Bateaux LondonCurrently Closed
- Address: Embankment Pier, Victoria Embankment, London WC2N 6NU, United Kingdom
- Timings: 11:45 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-2076951800
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Dine In, Cruise
Bateaux London - Review
Dine on the river with exquisite views of the city and delicious food at your table. Bateaux London is a classic cruise that offers an eventful evening with food and frolic. You can stand at the deck of simply book a window table and soak the beauty of London on a romantic dinner with your spouse. The staff is very efficient and attentive. They can’t do more to better your evening while on the boat.
Bateaux London Ticket Prices
- Adult Ticket: £31.50 to £155.00 (INR3,038.45) per ticket
- Child Ticket: £20.00 to £32.00 (INR1,929.18) per ticket
- Family Ticket: £145.00 to £208.00 (INR13,986.54) per ticket
Bateaux London Hours
Reservation: 9 am – 5.30 pm
- Monday to Friday: 10 am – 8 pm
- Saturday and Sunday: 10.30 am – 8 pm
How To reach Bateaux London by Public Transport
- Embankment (Stop U) Bus Station
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Things to Know Before Visiting Bateaux London
0.19% of people who visit London include Bateaux London in their plan
40% of people start their Bateaux London visit around 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Bateaux London
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Bateaux London
Bateaux London Trips
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Bateaux London, London Reviews
We took the in-laws for my father in laws birthday and it was a wonderful experience. Helps by glorious sunshine in July 2018, the whole experience was great fun. The staff were friendly and fun. And the food was (somewhat unexpectedly) very nice. The chicken risotto was delicious. We left the boat full, tipsy and very satisfied.
I have been on the Bateaux Celesta in NYC twice and loved it both times. Bateaux Hamony London fell short. The menu choices were selected by the chef on this boat so there was no variance for individual taste. That's the main problem in a nutshell. The staff and the scenery were great. The entertainment was good and the boat was fine The food was just underwhelming. I know you're on a boat with limited kitchen but NYC gives us a choices. And that lead to a better dining experience.
The views and the ambience did not disappoint on board Harmony on a lovely summers evening. The food was ok not the best, I would consider it to be 3 course not 5! No welcome drink as mentioned on virgin experience website. When asked to speak to the manager we saw the manager signalled at the waitress not to call her, i thought it was very unprofessional so the waitress had to go up to her and explain the situation and returned back with the message from the manager that we should take it up with virgin. Lovely waitress (Victoria) worked very hard to keep everything going smooth. Lovely live music and the views to London city were amazing, But the experience was not as great compared to the similar cruise run by the same company in Paris. Its great if you only there for the views.
Dreadful. What was a special occasion for myself and my husband turned into a 1.5hr joke. The commentary was out of sync compared to our location on the river and the whole thing felt rushed the entire time. Serving lunch in the last 25 minutes left us feeling like we were being hurried to eat and leave as quickly as possible. The food was horrible. Reheated chicken and risotto which looked like lumpy mash potato with grit added for effect. And dessert was bland and unappealing. We appreciate London prices can be steep, but paying £6 for a 200ml bottle of lemonade while my husband's bottle of beer was £5 left us shaking our heads. Save yourself the disappointment and grab a bite to eat at any of London's little eateries and book a no frills cruise with any of the smaller tour boats, it'll be better value.
Very disappointing experience!! We waited over an hour to order and get our drinks. They took our order for starters then eventually came back to say they had run out of starters even though the couple next to us ordered there's after us but still managed to get there's. There excuse was they didn't expect it to be this busy even though we went in the summer holidays when you actually expect it to be busy and we booked months ahead..!! When the main eventually came out, it wasn't worth the wait and portion size was so small (we had to go eat afterwards) It was extremely hot in there as no air con. Drinks were over priced. There customer service skills was appalling, the girl serving didn't know what to say.. Only good thing was the top deck views of London. Definitely won't be recommending..!!!!