Hostel like St Christopher'S Inn Village - London Bridge offers accommodation in London under 77US$ per night. Downtown London is home to numerous budget hotels, like Comfort Inn Kings Cross and Lord Kensington Hotel, that provide a 15-minute walking distance to Sadler's Wells Theatre. In case you're on a tight budget, stay at Goodenough College, which is a 5-minute walk from Judd Street Open Space. Those looking for cheap accommodation in London will find Prime Backpackers Angel in Bloomsbury district.
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Where to stay in London?
Best cheap hotels in London
London airports & Subway stations
Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel is conveniently situated 0.7 miles from London Heathrow airport. The Rochester Hotel, situated about a 10-minutes' walk from St. James's Park metro station, is an ideal place in London for those who want to save their time. If you want to remain flexible during your travel to London, consider an apartment, such as Lord Milner, which is less than 5 minutes on foot from the Victoria railroad station from where you can explore the city.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you like hustle and bustle of the city center, pick The Horse & Stables with rates from 43US$ or Premier Inn London County Hall where prices start at 222US$. An alternative in the heart of the city might be Corinthia Hotel London, which offers a casino, a sauna and a treatment room. Situated in Kensington district, Grange Lancaster offers a sauna and a Jacuzzi.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in London
The higher-end option is Native Hyde Park, which offers plenty of amenities, a 4-star rating, and is situated next to Serpentine Sackler Gallery. Numerous boutique hotels can be found in Kensington district, including the 4-star Portobello House and The Piccadilly London West End. If other hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Paddington Court Rooms or The Montcalm London Marble Arch - the reliable hotels near Baker street.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're traveling to London for business purpose, the centrally-located Uber London London Eye House may be a good option. London Lifestyle Apartments Chelsea Bridge is a B&B apartment situated within walking distance from key attractions of London such as Harrods. If you are visiting London with your family, think about booking Cityspace or The New London Carlton Hotel near Marylebone. For those who enjoy recreation, there are 660 hotels in London, The Angerstein Hotel or Moxy London Excel among them.
City Guide: Discover the best of London
Famous British poet and critic Samuel Johnson once said - "When one is tired of London, one is tired of life". With that one phrase he captured the spirit of an entire city.
A million different things to do, for a million different tastes – everyone can find something to indulge in when in London.
A blend of languages, cultures and ideas, London is a hub, whether you are about trade, fashion, cuisine or population within European Union or United Kingdom. It is hard to beat the scale of London.
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To experience London fully, try to get lost in its urban environment, among locals dashing around and going about their own business. Londoners are always serious and concentrated on their own business - you are hardly going to draw their attention.
And becoming part of it is the point of London - the essence of the city - culturally diverse with one third of its residents weren’t born within its boundaries. Yet despite the continual flow of immigrants, London does not lose its quintessentially British core:
- London Eye, the third largest observation wheel in the world is a good start for you to take in the cityscape
- Buckingham Palace, an official residence of the Queen, which can be toured in summer months
- Piccadilly Circus beats all sites by the quantity of photos taken by tourists and a must-see to visit
- Tower of London, possibly the most haunted building in the world and designated as a UNESCO world heritage site
- Trafalgar Square, has recently become pedestrian area right in the center of London
- Westminster Abby, a burial place for the greatest of Britons and a place for royal coronations treasured by UNESCO
But the sites are just part of what gives London its British flavor, from red-colored double decker buses to strong English tea everything about this city is done with a stamp of British reticence and with regards to traditions.
A long path to European leadership and soon to global prominence, you can trace it all in London with just a click at Booked.net – direct bookings and no agency fees.