London Hotels Guide

Abundant with world-class museums, historical icons and a vibrant night life, London is a perfect destination for a holiday filled with endless adventure. Take in an aerial view of the city and the famed Big Ben from the London Eye. If you’re on a budget, take advantage of the many free museums and art galleries that stretch throughout the city without spending a penny. Accommodations don’t have to break the bank either. There are many competitively priced hotels in London, and it is easy to find a cheap London hotel. Even though the price for accommodation is less, you’ll find the amenities are more than enough to ensure your stay is comfortable and convenient.

Oxford Street and Hyde Park Area

Located on the prestigious west end of London, Oxford Street is a major thoroughfare and is comprised of approximately 300 shops. Some are London’s flagship stores, such as Debenhams, and others are smaller shops. From couture jewellery to antique books, Oxford Street is a shopper’s paradise. Oxford Street extends for 2 miles to the northeast end of Hyde Park. Hyde Park is one of London’s largest parks and forms an entrance to Kensington Palace and past Buckingham Palace. You can take a tour of the palaces and view important collections of historic paintings, sculpture, porcelain and furniture.


The Astor Court Hotel is ideally located and just a minute's walk to Oxford Street and Hyde Park. Restaurants, pubs, cinemas and shopping are all within quick walking distance from the hotel. This Victorian hotel features a grand architecture that has been revamped with every modern convenience. With a wide range of accommodations available, each room is affordably priced. Breakfast is free and stay includes the maid service.

The West End

The West End is an upscale area in central London, known for its tourist attractions and great shopping. However, it is most famous for its professional theatre venue. Known as Theatreland, this venue includes 40 theatres featuring Broadway musicals, classical plays, comedies and holiday shows. The majority of these theatres are of late Edwardian and Victorian construction and feature luxurious facades and ornate interior decoration.


The Nayland Hotel is located in the West End and offers competitive prices with excellent service for luxury accommodation. Single, double and family rooms are available with televisions, internet service and private bathrooms. A rich breakfast is served in the dining room every morning and is included in the price of accommodation. The hotel is also within short walking distance to the tube, bus stations and shopping at Regent Street and Bond Street.

Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park is central London’s largest grass area for local sports and features the Open Air Theatre, the London Zoo and many restaurants and cafes. You can rent a deck chair and enjoy a night concert, or you can take in a panoramic view of the playing field from the terrace of a local cafĂ©.


Goldsmiths House is a female-only hostel located in a tranquil area near Regent’s Park. With budget pricing, this hostel features well-kept rooms with internet access. Patrons get to enjoy the beauty of the private gardens and peace of mind with 24-hour security service.


Wimbledon is an affluent suburb located in the southwest area of London. In addition to the Wimbledon tennis courts, this countryside village features the Wimbledon Lawn and Tennis Museum, the Wimbledon Windmill Museum and the David Curzon Gallery. Designer shoppers will have a field day at the shops of Matches, Max Mara and Cath Kidston. The French patisserie, Maison St. Cassien, serves up some delicious baguettes and ciabattas. For dinner, the posh Lydon Restaurant and the Cannizaro House Hotel are renowned for exemplary cuisine.


Just a short walk from the Wimbledon Train Station, the Compton Guest House offers a wide range of accommodations. Single, double and family rooms are available with television and internet service. The Compton Guest House is also within walking distance to shops and amenities in the Wimbledon area.


This friendly suburb is located in the south of London and known for the famed Clapham Common. With 220 acres of park grounds, it’s a haven for cyclists, joggers and kite flyers. Throughout the day, young professionals can be found picnicking with baskets of salmon and champagne. Bars and restaurants line the common area and come to life at night.


The Euro Lodge Clapham offers a wide range of apartments for accommodation in its beautifully restored Victorian building. Rooms overlook the Clapham Common, and amenities include televisions, hairdryers, irons and internet access. The hotel is also close to public transport links to Leicester Square and Waterloo.

With so much history to explore and art to be discovered, London is an adventure for any traveller. Remember, there are plenty of cheap London hotels available from

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