Cheap London Hotels
Travelling in London is perhaps one of the most exciting ways to spend a holiday. With limitless exciting attractions, incredible museums and stunning architecture, it makes an ideal destination. To cut down on the money you spend on holiday, be sure to find one of the many cheap London hotels which offer great deals for travellers. Wherever you plan to explore in the city of London, you'll find an inexpensive hotel close by.
Westminster: This is one of the top tourism destinations in London. As the home to Big Ben and Westminster Abbey, travellers can experience the most quintessential British sights all in one area. Consider staying at the Wellington Hotel, which is within walking distance of these sights and adjacent to Vincent Square, the perfect place for a picnic lunch. Located short walk from Victoria tube station it's ideal starting point for trips throughout London and beyond.
Kensington: If you are faced with a rainy afternoon, or if you just want to explore some of best museums in Britain, make your way to Kensington. You won't want to miss the History Museums or the hands-on exhibits at the Science, or the incredible displays found at the famed Victoria and Albert Museum. Stroll along Kensington's Garden Square and you will find yourself on the doorstep of the Paramount Hotel, a Victorian Town House that embodies all the best of classic English design along with modern amenities.
Marylebone: This London district is perhaps best known for the old-fashioned atmosphere it contains. Stroll through the former haunts of the fictional Sherlock Holmes on Baker Street and let your imagination come alive on your holiday. Close by Regent's Park offers the perfect place to stop and enjoy nature amidst the bustling city. For an inviting and welcoming accommodation choice during your stay in London, look no further than the Georgian Hotel. This classic town house offers personalized attention and an authentic glimpse into British history, along with easy access to many sites and even the Baker Street underground station, a mere 5 minute walk away.
Bloomsbury: This area of London has long been known as an intelligent and cultural mecca within the country. Many British authors and economists like John Maynard Keynes and Virginia Woolf once called the district home, and it also boasts establishments like the British Museum, University College London and the British Library. You can also find the Staunton Hotel in Bloomsbury, just a short walk from these landmarks. The cozy atmosphere and close proximity to the West End is ideal for many visitors. Close by is Russell Square tube station which presents the perfect setting off point to explore the rest of the city.