British Hotel (No. 82); Waterloo Hotel ( No. 85); Brunswick Hotel
( Nos. 52, 53) ; Cox's Hotel (No. 55) ; Rowlings s (Nos. 37, 38) ; On.-
cnd/s/i (No. 81).
Fen/on's Hotel, 63 St. James's Street, and P</j-fc Hotel, 10 Park
Place, St. James's Street, are two comfortable family houses.
At 16 New Bond Street is Long's Hotel, chiefly frequented by
sporting gentlemen. Near Bond Street arc the following: —
Queen's Hotel, corner of Cork Street and Clifford Street; Burlington,
19 and 20 Cork Street; Coburg Hotel, Charles Street, Grosvenor
■Square; Thomas's Hotel, Berkeley Square.
Near iiegent Street: — Brunswick House Hotel, Hanover Square ;
Fdirards's Royal Cambridge Hotel, 12a George Street, Hanover
Square; Marshall Thompsons Hotel, Cavendish Square; Fords
Hotel, 13 Manchester Street, Manchester Square.
All these YY'est End hotels are good in every respect, but their
terms are high: Bedroom 3s. 6d.-IOs., Breakfast 3-4s., Dinner
5-IOs., Attendance Is. (id.-3s. — Charges for the best rooms are
equally high at the terminus hotels, but the attendance is scarcely
Hotels in the City : —
he Keyser's Royal Hotel, New Bridge Street, Blackfriars, con¬
ducted in the, continental fashion, is well situated, but somewhat
expensive: R. and A. 5s. and upwards, B. 2-3s., table d hole (at
6 p.m.) 4s. Foreign newspapers provided.
Anderlon's Hotel, 162 Fleet Street.
Salisbury Hotel, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street.
Cathedral Hotel, 48 St. Paul's Churchyard, close to St. Paul's.
Near St. Martin's le Grand (General Post-Office): Castle and
Falcon, 5 Aldersgate Street, and Queens Hotel, corner of Bull
and Alouth Street; charges at these two about the same : Ii. and A.
3s. 6d., B. 2s., D. 3s. Od.
Green Dragon, 86 Bishopsgate Street, old-fashioned but com¬
Seyd's Hotel, 39 Finsbury Square, U. and B. 5s. 6d.
Biicker's Hotel, Christopher Street, Finsbury Square.
In Southwark and Lambeth, on the right, bank of the Thames :
— Internalionid Hotel, London Bridge Station (already mentioned
at p. 6); Bridge House Hotel, 4 Borough High Street, London
Bridge; Piggott's Hotel, 166 AYrestminster Bridge Road.
In Leicester Square, at the AY'est End, a quarter much fre¬
quented by French visitors : — Hotel Suhlonnitre el de Provence
(Nos. 17, 18); Hotel de Paris et de I'Furope (No. 9).
Near Leicester Square : — Bertolini's Hotel, 32-35 St. Martin's
Street, Leicester Square; Hotel de New York, 1 and 2 Leicester
Street, Leicester Square.
Hotel de France et de Belgique, 3 A'ernon Place, Bloomsbury