Monthly Archives: June 2017

5 Sites and Sights in Paddington

Paddington Station Sign

One of London’s largest and oldest train stations, London Paddington, brings passengers into the city from the Thames valley, south west England and as far afield as South Wales. It also links directly to London Heathrow. The area of Paddington is a hive of activity; there is so much to see. Take a couple of hours to walk around and explore, and you will be fascinated by what you discover.

Paddington Bear Statue

Quite fittingly, the bronze statue of Michael Bond’s famous […]

Theatre Time – Exploring London’s Stage Scene

Stage door sign

In central London, there is a popular theatre district that can only be rivalled by New York’s Broadway. London’s West End has sufficient theatres to satiate even the most ardent thespian.

However, exploring this area can be a challenge. This is London’s entertainment district after all; it’s job is to overwhelm the senses. That’s why we’ve come up with this handy guide for all the theatre lovers out there who want to make the most of their London trip.

Theatreland

It is estimated […]

25 years’ service celebrated at Sandeman-Allen

LHA marks 25 years’ service for Laurent Nolfo – Manager at Sandeman-Allen House. Most managers of LHA London can recall when they first met Laurent during his time, which includes positions at Bowden Court, Railton House, Leinster House, Sandeman-Allen as an Assistant Manager, Holland House and then back to Sandeman-Allen as a manager.

Sandeman-Allen is a central, catered accommodation with some of the best customer feedback scores for customer service including a […]

The Student’s Guide to Going Around London

London

London is a bustling city that’s full of opportunities — and for university students who are in the prime of their lives, they are getting more than just an academic education in London; they are also getting an excellent quality of life.

Parks

London is home to the finest gardens and green spaces where students may step out into for a break from city life. Locals hold picnics, ride boats and even sunbathe at the city’s famed parks. South of the river, […]

Bringing life to rooms at Halpin House

Is this a postcard sent from Kew Gardens? Not quite, these are some of the rooms that residents at Halpin House have made into their home from home; turning shared spaces into communal living at it’s best.