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  • Royal National Hotel

    3 Stars

    Royal National Hotel

    Bedford Way

    This hotel in London UK is centrally situated and can offer several restaurants to th discerning guest.

    6.7 5 reviews
  • President Hotel

    3 Stars

    President Hotel

    Russell Square

    This modern hotel in London, which offers traditional values and service, is ideally situated for your London visit.

    7.2 3 reviews
  • Park Plaza County Hall London

    4 Stars

    Park Plaza County Hall London

    1 Addington Street

    This hotel set on the South Bank is a great choice for your visit to London.

    8.9 1 review
  • Shakespeare Hotel

    2 Stars

    Shakespeare Hotel

    22-28 Norfolk Square London W2 1Rs

    This 2 star hotel is located in the city centre of London. It is close to the Hyde Park and the nearest station is Paddington.

    7.1 3 reviews
  • Travelodge London Central City Road Hotel

    3 Stars

    Travelodge London Central City Road Hotel

    7-12 City Road

    Travelodge London Central City Road is a contemporary 3-star hotel that has been created from the historically listed former Singer sewing machine building. Located in the highly fashionable district around Old Street, Shoreditch, Islington and Hoxton the area is bustling with trendy bars and restaurants. All rooms have comfy king sized beds, ensuite bathrooms, remote control colour TVs and free tea and coffee making facilities Onsite is a 'Bar Cafe' which serves a breakfast buffet and evening meals and operates as fully licensed bar in the evening. Centrally located within easy reach of all of London’s key tourist attractions, the hotel offers an unusual design within a lively area.brPlease note that Travelodge hotels are 100% non smoking.br

  • Tavistock Hotel

    3 Stars

    Tavistock Hotel

    Tavistock Square

    This hotel in London has a beautiful sun terrace where guests can enjoy wine from the extensive wine list.

    6.7 1 review
  • Royal Eagle Hotel

    3 Stars

    Royal Eagle Hotel

    26-30 Craven Road, Hyde Park

    The Royal Eagle is a charming, Victorian period hotel with everything you need for a comfortable stay in London. All the en-suite bedrooms are cosy and very nicely decorated in a modern English style. The hotel also has a comfortable lounge and coffee bar serving light snacks throughout the day. Should you want a more substantial meal, the Paddington area of London offers a large variety of restaurants. For those travellers into Heathrow, you have a direct link into Paddington on the Heathrow Express.

  • Phoenix Hotel

    3 Stars

    Phoenix Hotel

    1-8 Kensington Gardens Square

    The Phoenix Hotel was formerly 8 town houses dating back to the 1850s. Phoenix is situated in Kensington Gardens Square and it is hard to believe that the hotel is right in the heart of bustling Bayswater, whose countless international restaurants vie with traditional English taverns to tempt the palates of the hungry. The City, Hyde Park, Olympia Earls Court Exhibition halls and all major London attractions are easily accessible from the Phoenix Hotel by the nearby underground rail system. Whilst a gentle stroll through Hyde Park will take you to Kensington Palace, The Royal Albert Hall or the designer boutiques of Kensington. Phoenix Hotel offers 130 bedrooms, all designed to allow you the comforts of your home plus the resources of a top London Hotel. The decor is of the highest standard and all rooms have private en-suite facilities, hairdryer, satellite television, direct dial telephone and data point, with free high speed internet access to keep you in touch with your office and home.

    7.8 2 reviews
  • Henry VIII

    4 Stars

    Henry VIII

    19 Leinster Gardens

    This hotel in London presents guests with a heated indoor swimming pool set in Victorian splendor close to Hyde Park.

  • Huttons Hotel

    3 Stars

    Huttons Hotel

    Belgrave Road 53-57

    Huttons hotel is a refurbished Victorian building located in an attractive Georgian area (the well-known and central Belgrave Road) in the heart of famous Victoria. It is only 5 minutes walking distance from Victoria coach, train and underground station. It is also perfectly located for local sights and attractions that include Buckingham Palace, House of Parliament, Big Ben, The London Eye, Trafalgar Square, Harrods, Oxford Street, The Kings Road and theatre land. Huttons hotel is well presented and maintained and the hotel takes pride in its high standards of cleanliness and appearance. The rooms are well presented and have colour televisions, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, direct dial and modem telephones and en-suite shower rooms. Huttons hotel is ideal for those requiring a comfortable and affordable in the heart of London.



Samuel Johnson famously wrote that "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life" and this epithet still holds true more than 200 years later. The city has fine restaurants, world-leading entertainments and unrivalled shopping opportunities. In addition to this, London is home to Her Majesty the Queen and dozens of fascinating historical buildings such as the British Museum and the Hunterian Museum where visitors can see the skeletons of the tallest and smallest people to have ever been here. Whatever you interests, there is always plenty to keep you occupied during a short break to England's capital.

When booking your hotel or apartment to be home during your holiday, there are a number of factors to consider, a hotel in the West End will be very close to the major attractions but notably more expensive per night than a hotel on the outskirts. The London underground is very reliable and a visitor can reach the centre from any other part in less than one hour with an unlimited daily ticket costing around £8. If you decide to rent an apartment for your stay, this can work out cheaper (providing your tastes are not for a luxury penthouse overlooking the mighty Thames). An apartment also has the benefit of your own cooking and cleaning facilities which can help keep costs down: eating out every night soon becomes costly. So it is up to you whether a hotel or apartment will suit your needs better and whether you plan to stay in the glamorous centre or more affordable suburbs. Either way, London is often said to be the best city in the best country in the world; find your niche and enjoy the big city atmosphere.

For a romantic weekend break, and if money is no object, a suite at a top hotel will cost upwards of £1000 a night but it is possible to book ahead and adequate hotel rooms can be found for as little as £40 a night. Prices to rent an apartment also vary wildly, depending on how opulent and central the accommodation is. When you arrive in London, a trip on one of sightseeing buses is a good way to get a flavour of the city and decide on your own itinerary.