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Check in time on your arrival day is 3pm or later. Limited, communal luggage storage facilities are available if you are scheduled to arrive earlier than this.
Reception is staffed by security over night so please do let us know if you intend to arrive after 10pm so reception can ensure your key is ready for collection. On your day of departure the latest check out time is 10:30am. Again, a luggage storage room is available for you to store your luggage in for the day provided any luggage is collected that same day. We regret we are unable to store items overnight. Please note: The luggage room is unmanned and items are left at owner's risk. Luggage room is available on the day of arrival/departure and may not be available on first and last days of spring, summer and winter opening.
For bed & breakfast bookings, your choice of a full English or continental breakfast is provided in the dining room between 7.30am and 10am on weekdays and between 8am and 10am on weekends and bank holidays. Breakfast is limited to six items per person plus unlimited tea, coffee, toast and juice.
Guests have a choice of English (Bacon, sausages, beans, tomatoes, eggs, hash browns, mushrooms etc) or continental (Juice, cereal, yoghurt, fruit, croissants, cheese and meat) breakfasts - this list is a guide only and does not guarantee an item will be available on a given day.
The dining room is located on the ground floor overlooking the walled garden. Halal/Kosher breakfast packs are available at an additional charge and must be booked 48 hours in advance, please contact Passfield for more information.
Other meals are also available to guests if pre-booked as part of a large group.
LSE Passfield Hall, alongside LSE Vacations' other properties, holds membership to the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association (IGLTA), the world's leading global travel network dedicated to connecting and educating LGBTQ travelers and the business that welcome and support them along the way. LSE Vacations is dedicated to contributing to a global gay friendly tourism community and values diversity.
We are committed to ensuring our hotels are both diverse and free from discrimination. We are committed to ensuring that every member of staff and our guests feels safe and confident in our properties.
LSE Vacations values diversity and welcomes all regardless of their age, race, gender, religion disability or sexual orientation.
More information about LSE Passfield Hall and IGLTA can be found via their website.
LSE provide two free audio tours. Our South Bank tour leads you past many of the Thames' most famous sights, including Tate Modern, St Paul's Cathedral and Tower Bridge. The Theatreland tour meanders through the West End, taking in Leicester Square, Covent Garden and Drury Lane, as well as the famous theatres. Both tours contain around 30 minutes of audio commentary, images and video, illuminating the iconic and historic sights of London. These tours are a fantastic and cheap way to get your bearings and explore the old and new of the city.
We hope you enjoy.
These audio tours are MP4 zip files, when prompted click 'save' to download the tour. You can then transfer the MP4 files to your ipod (via itunes) or mobile phone or MP3/4 player. Video images are only available with MP4 players and video ipods. The tour maps are pdf's to be downloaded and printed for your use with the tour.
Download your South Bank Tour.
Download your South Bank Tour Map (PDF)
Download your Theatreland Tour.
Download your Theatreland Tour Map (PDF)
The dining room is located on the ground floor overlooking the walled garden.
There are plenty of places in the local area to purchase food. The reception staff can direct you to the best place for you- just ask or check you visitor information!
Passfield Hall Honey is a showcase project that has been initiated by LSE Residences and the LSE Sustainability Team and is supported by the LSE Student Union.
It offers a unique opportunity to raise awareness about biodiversity and the plight of the bee amongst staff, students and vacation guests. Passfield Hall is one of the first halls of residence to keep hives which give the LSE the opportunity to make its very own ‘Passfield Hall Honey’! The hives are managed by a professional beekeeper, Dr Luke Dixon, an expert in rooftop and urban beekeeping and a member of British Beekeeping Association. He manages a number of hives across London working with: the Natural History Museum, Lancaster London Hotel, National Magazine Company, Kensington Palace, Jordan’s Cereals, Ted Baker, CityWest Homes and the London College of Fashion.
For Health and Safety reasons, we ask that you please inform Reception if you suffer from bee-sting allergies while you are staying in the Hall.
For more information please view LSE's Sustainability page
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