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Royal National Throat, Nose And Ear Hospital Parking

Latest Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital parking reviews
  • Parking on Bloomsbury Square

    Fantastic space in central London & excellent value for money, I would definitely book again.

    Ciara
  • Parking on Bloomsbury Square

    Excellent, efficient, secure trouble free parking and as I made an advanced booking, inexpensive for central London.

    Andy
  • Parking on Adeline Place

    Very slick,no problem with booking or arrangements upon arrival.

    Mervyn
  • Parking on Laser House

    great parking big and tall spaces

    Kevan
  • Parking on Laser House

    great space for a van

    Kevan
  • Parking on Laser House

    all good thamks

    Kevan
  • Parking on Laser House

    great for a vw transporter

    Kevan
  • Parking on Laser House

    it was easy enough to find the covered area. good enough communication by email and text. maybe marking specifically the spaces as yours so we know if we have doubt whether its the right place. would def. recommend if i knew who exactly i can recommend...is every parking under yourparkingspace? is there only one landlord? but thank you!

    Alessandra
  • Parking on Laser House

    the parking was spacious and very well placed for central London and whilst not actually difficult to find there was nothing there to indicate i was in the right place e.g. no signage or name but the owner was helpful on the phone. the listing says it's outside the congestion zone which was confirmed before hand with the owner but i could only access it by briefly passing through the congestion zone and according to the map it's within it and so had to then work out how to pay online - given i arrived at 5pm on a friday and the zone is free after 6pm that was a bit annoying - hence 3 stars ... but now more aware of the above i would use it again.

    Glenn
  • Parking on Weavers Way, NW1

    Hi At first view the price of £12.50 seemed inexpensive and I had doubts, however, the loss of £12.50 would not break me and I went ahead. I needed to Park near Kings Cross Station from 10am until 7pm and proceeded to follow the instruction which read something like a Treasure Hunt.Not that simple to follow (one had to retrieve a permit to display from a locked holder through a code that was texted to me (was this a parking space belonging to MI5).......... However the outcome was positive and I would recommend this value for money solution. 4 Stars and not 5, it did provide what was required totally and at an inexpensive price, but rather fiddly.

    Paul