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Park Inn by Radisson Hotel London Heathrow - West Drayton Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$175

Park Inn by Radisson Hotel London Heathrow

Bath Road, West Drayton - Map
 
 
"Good hotel for Heathrow Airport"
Excellent will book again. Very comfortable. Enjoyed our stay.
A Traveller
This contemporary low-rise is across from Heathrow Airport and two kilometers from Stockley Park, Europe's largest commercial …More
51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$509

51 Buckingham Gate, Taj Suites and Residences

51 Buckingham Gate, London - Map
 
 
"Very friendly and comfortable"
Very friendly helpful staff. East to walk to many famous points of interest. Well fitted out rooms.
A Traveller
This 5-star London townhouse hotel is within walking distance to Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral, and the James Park …More
The Cavendish London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$300

The Cavendish London

81 Jermyn Street, London - Map
 
 
"Wonderful!"
Perfect location. Close to shopping and 2 nearby tube stations. Lovely room, much bigger than I expected, with separate tub and large shower. Quiet, but a nice respite from the bustle of the city. Nespresso coffee maker and plenty of space. The pub across the street, Walkers, was very lively on Friday night with many getting a drink after work, and had good food at a great price. The only thing that I found fault with were the pillows - no down. But I would recommend the Cavendish for a great London experience! I can't wait to return to the Cavendish!
robin from California
This contemporary hotel is located on Jermyn Street, St James, in the heart of Piccadilly. The Theatreland district …More
St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$312

St. James' Court, A Taj Hotel, London

45-51 Buckingham Gate, London - Map
 
 
"Location is superb!"
The hotel itself is great (spacious; perfectly air-conditioned; bathroom complete with magnifying mirrors and drying racks; all the amenities (spa, restaurant, bar, in-room coffee/tea, live piano music nightly, inner outside court with a cozy fountain and what not) available), but the selling point is its location of course. It's in Westminster and dead smack in the center of everything. It's withing a walking distance from Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, the House of Parliament, Trafalgar Square, and the National Gallery. You can also easily walk to Piccadilly, Tate Gallery and the Thames. The staff is very helpful, the food is of good quality.
MK from New York, NY
Buckingham Palace, Westminster Cathedral, and Big Ben are among the many popular attractions within 0.8 km (0.5 mi) of this …More
Lancaster London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$253

Lancaster London

Lancaster Terrace, London - Map
 
 
"Very nice stay"
Hotel was nice, staff were pleasant and very helpful. Everything that you expect from a hotel in that area.
stefan from london
This 18-storey London hotel is opposite the 600 acres of Hyde Park, and a 5-minute walk from Paddington Underground Station …More
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$327

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

200 Westminster Bridge Road, London - Map
 
 
"Brand new hotel, new facilities, near Big Ben"
Room was nice, clean and comfortable. Hotel is just a few steps away to Big Ben, London Eye, Waterloo and Westminster Tube Station. If you want to save a few GBP, Grocery store is around the corner, Fast-foods near London eye are cheap and tasty. The hotel is a bit pricey but the comfort is superb. This hotel is good for tourist who wants a comfortable stay in London.
RAM from Carteret, New Jersey
This fantastic new hotel is located on the South Bank, near London Eye. Waterloo and Westminster stations are within 5 …More
Apex Temple Court Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$307

Apex Temple Court Hotel

1-2 Serjeants Inn, London - Map
 
 
"A very nice hotel that doesn't break the bank."
I spent 4 nights in London - one at the Charing Cross Hotel and three at the Apex Temple Court. I loved the location of the Charing Cross Hotel, but in every other aspect, the Apex was far superior - and it was $150 less per night. Modern clean rooms. Welcoming service oriented staff. Lovely building with a simple yet elegant decor. My room was modern, bright, clean, spacious (for London) and quiet - except when my neighbor would leave in the morning. The headboard is attached to the wall and when my neighbor closed his door it would shake the wall and shake the bed a bit. I got over it. The Apex is extremely well located for business travelers but on the weekend a lot of the shops/restaurants are closed. A 12 minute walk however gets you to Covent Garden, Soho, and all the theaters. I'll definitely be staying at the Apex again.
James from New York City.
Located in the heart of London, this hotel is within walking distance of London Temple Church and Old Bailey. Also nearby are …More
Dukes Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$470

Dukes Hotel

35 St James's Place, London - Map
 
 
"Duke Hotel"
Great English hotel in a prime location. The rooms were fine and the bathroom bigger than I expected. Easily a 5 star hotel.
A Traveller
Located in St. James's, this central London hotel is less than 1 kilometre (less than 1 mile) from Spencer House, St. James's …More
Melia White House Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$225

Melia White House Hotel

Regents Park, London - Map
 
 
"Great location."
Very close to Paddington Station and London St Pancras. Regent Park was very lovely. Close to many restaurants, bars, and walking distance to attractions. Room was a bit on the small side but our focus was on history and culture not about space.
Tere from Chicago, IL
This refined retreat is a block from Regent's Park, a 5-minute walk from the London Underground, and 6 blocks from Oxford …More
The Kensington Hotel - London Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
$314

The Kensington Hotel

109-113 Queens Gate, London - Map
 
 
"Lovely hotel & staff"
A great hotel a short walk to The Royal Albert Hall, the main reason for my stay. Staff were all pleasant and friendly. Drinks in the bar were good with complimentary nibbles. Hotel facilities and cleanliness were brilliant. Nice turn down service with chocolates, juice & information for the next days weather. The bed was a little squeaky which disturbed sleep when moving.
A young couple from Manchester
This luxury hotel is located in London (Kensington - Earl's Court), close to London Natural History Museum, Imperial College …More

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    A day in London with kids

    Big Ben is ticking and your kiddos are along for the ride. You have 24 hours to spend a day in London with kids, so take a seat on the hop-on hop-off double decker buses and follow The Original Tour for a peek at the top landmarks in town. During your exploration, gawk at the Tower of London’s Crown Jewels and hitch a ride on the London Eye for panoramic views of the Thames, Buckingham Palace, and more. Then round out the day with a London Eye river cruise and dinner at Shepherd Market.

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    Gaming in London

    Some are fortunate enough to experience London in all its glory, while others want to push their luck. If you’re one who wants to dabble with Lady Luck, you have the good fortune at your side, because there are countless opportunities for gaming in London. From slot machines to table games, try out your poker face at Grosvenor Victoria Casino or the Casino at the Empire. Meanwhile, for those in search of a more European gamble, you’ll find various sports books, such as Ladbroke’s, Paddy Power, and Coral with betting lines on multiple activities from cricket to rugby.

    Playgrounds in London

    Between introducing your children to London’s history and attending theatre performances, allow your youngsters to let loose at one of the many playgrounds in London. Experience the royalty of all playgrounds with a visit to Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Playground, Hyde Park, where your kiddos can climb upon a life-size pirate ship and explore teepees for an adventure unlike any other. Meanwhile, Coram’s Fields, Holborn, features an impressive seven-acre kid-friendly fortress with everything from sports fields and playgrounds to even a café and a farm with goats.

    Travel around Europe on a budget

    While a Euro trip can cost you a pretty penny, if you only have a few pennies to spare, there are savvy ways of traveling around Europe on a budget. Booking flights during the early morning or late at night during midweek is one major way to save some cash, while Megabus and Eurolines provide cheap ground transportation options. What’s more, cruises offer an affordable way of traveling from one port to the next, as room, board, and food are all conveniently included in the ticket price.

    London pubs with kids

    Contrary to the bars of the United States, you’ll find countless kid-friendly pubs in London. These establishments provide the perfect place for an affordable meal, domestic brews, and the opportunity to sample the local cuisine. Skip the rowdy, crowded bar scene, and instead choose the quieter joints for an early dinner with the kiddos. Start your kid-approved pub crawl in Nicholson’s chain of pubs and venture out from there.

    London boutique hotels with kids

    Just because you’re gallivanting in London with the kids in tow, doesn’t mean you need to forgo the personality and luxury of a boutique hotel. In fact, there are various kid-welcoming London boutique hotels with amenities to accommodate the entire family. The Metropolitan London provides spacious connecting rooms and gifts for the children upon arrival, while The Zetter Hotel boasts big personality and suite options. As for The Amperstand Hotel, it pays close attention to the finer details while offering easy access to the Natural History Museum and Kensington Gardens for adventures with the youngsters.

    Culture in London

    However captivating and alluring the London culture may be, it is perhaps sometimes first misunderstood by travelers. So before gallivanting in London, brush up on your street style and expect the local’s mocking sense of humor. Skip the culture shock, prep your taste buds for Sunday Roast, forgot about chilled brews, and embrace the dignified lifestyle to fully indulge in the London scene.

    Exploring Britain heritage at Stonehenge

    Exploring Britain’s heritage at Stonehenge belongs at the top of everyone’s bucket list. Regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, this massive and mystical rock formation presents a compelling history and purpose. Though many details surrounding the henge still remain a mystery, take the opportunity to explore the totems and learn what is known of their history on your next London trip.

    The heritage of Cambridge

    While Cambridge is commonly associated with the University of Cambridge, this city in the countryside offers far more than educated pupils and philosophy classes. In fact, upon visiting this city located on the river Cam, you’ll find the heritage of Cambridge masterfully combines modern art, fashion, and gastronomy. Cambridge manages to bridge the gap between ancient times and modern day while presenting a charming attraction just outside of London.

    More than lakes

    Great Britain’s Lake District surprisingly offers more than lakes, as it is also home to five of the tallest mountains in England, multiple nature reserves, and countless quaint and cozy towns filled with literary charm. Grasmere, for example, presents Dove Cottage, the former home of Williams Wordsmith, and the famous Sarah Nelson’s gingerbread. Meanwhile Ambleside features the home where author Beatrix Potter gathered inspiration for her beloved stories, such as “The Tale of Peter Rabbit.”

    Samuel Johnson once said that to be tired of London is to be tired of life. We think that the concept holds true for hotels in London; after all, in this marvelous capital of England, the best places to stay are microcosms of the city itself. Chic guest houses populate the most stylish neighborhoods, glamorous resorts channel the regional elegance, and family-friendly inns offer a peek at the country’s famous hospitality. When you book rooms at a London hotel, you’re not merely ticking an item off of your traveling to-do list; you’re creating a basis for the most unforgettable London vacations.

    Of course, every traveler is different. While you may want to make reservations at the most luxurious hotel London has to offer, your best friend might prefer to score a few deals and discount rates on a quieter, more unassuming spot. That’s no problem; thanks to the city’s wealth of options — and seriously incredible on-site amenities — you’ll always find something that feels tailored to your personal style. Try one of the highly rated resorts in London for an array of just-for-you perks, or head to a boutique inn for a more hushed sort of charm. Planning to divide your time between relaxing in the room and hitting all the sights? Check out the bevy of centrally located London hotels. Not only will you have access to a carefully curated selection of perks, but you’ll also be in the top location for exploring the seemingly endless list of things to do in London.

    Plus, the inexpensive hotels London offers give you a little more wiggle room in your traveling budget, so you can pile on extras like rental cars and flights to London without paying extra-high prices. You can even hit the high seas with a few cruises from London after you check out of your resort. Talk about a dream vacation.

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