This apartment building is located in London (Clapham), close to The Oval, Big Ben, and Buckingham Palace. Local attractions also include London Dungeon and Coca-Cola London Eye.
Located in Belgravia, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Victoria Palace Theatre, Buckingham Palace, and St. James Park. Big Ben and Sloane Square are also within 1 mi (2 km).
This fantastic new hotel is located on the South Bank, near London Eye. Waterloo and Westminster stations are within 5 minutes walk, making easier to travel and ideal choice for city break or business trip.
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Stockley Park and within 9 mi (15 km) of Windsor Castle and Twickenham Stadium. Eton College and Thorpe Park are also within 9 mi (15 km).
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Soak up the national capital or just take in the charm of this suburb. There are roughly 7,600,000 people who call this buzzing city home, and we're sure you'll run into a lot of them! Clapham High Street is only 8 miles west of London City Airport. If you're heading to Clapham High Street from the center of London, you'll need to go 3 miles to the south.
Start off by seeing a few close tourist hotspots, including Queen's House and University of Greenwich. Greenwich Market and One Canada Square are also favored by visitors and locals alike. And later on, Clapham and Stockwell are close by neighborhoods you might want to head down to.
If you travel 4 miles to the northeast, you'll see St. Paul's Cathedral. It's one of the country's renowned landmarks.
The London central area is home to interesting diversions, like Tower Bridge and London City Hall. Also investigate The Gherkin and Royal Exchange.
Looking to blow off some steam? Lively places include Roman Baths, Hippodrome Casino, Empire Casino and Genting Casino Chinatown London.
Would you like to give your brain a workout? Southbank Centre, Tate Britain, Photographers' Gallery and Royal Academy of Arts are a few recommended cultural places.
Head over to see the captivating collections at Tate Modern, National Gallery, Wallace Collection and Victoria and Albert Museum. These are some great places to meet other art lovers.
Check if there are any group tours or just browse the exhibits at Imperial War Museum, Charles Dickens Museum, Florence Nightingale Museum and London Transport Museum. These places are ideal for cold, rainy days.
Purchase passes for a live performance at Globe Theatre, Royal National Theatre, O2 Academy Brixton and Royal Festival Hall.
There's no reason to let your golf game slide. Head down to Wimbledon Park Golf Club and Putt in the Park for fast greens and challenging fairways.
For a few kid-friendly places, get going to Sea Life London Aquarium, Covent Garden, London Senate House Library and Cine Lumiere.
Are your kids getting restless and bored? Give them an opportunity to go crazy at London Eye, London Wonderground, Tooting Bec Lido and All Star Lanes-Holborn.
Go outdoors and take a deep breath of the fresh air at one of the nature areas, including Berkeley Square, Brown Hart Rooftop Gardens, Italian Gardens and Thames River.
Listen to the seabirds, chat with the fishermen and watch the waves come in at Shell Beach and Rushy Bay.
Keep an eye out for native animals as you stroll around the leafy landscapes of Crystal Palace Park and Chelsea Physic Garden.
If the weather is fine, pack a picnic and head down to a local park. Top ones are Victoria Embankment Gardens, Bloomsbury Square, Russell Square and Bedford Square.
Do you need some last-minute gifts? Leadenhall Market, Borough Market, Smithfield Market and Brixton Market should have what you need.
Southwark Cathedral, London South Bank University, Old Bailey and Blackfriars Bridge can give you a glimpse back into the past.
Regardless of your faith, it's worth checking out London Temple Church, Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and Brompton Oratory.
Witnessing a game at Lord's Cricket Ground featuring the Marylebone Cricket Club and their die-hard fans is always exciting. The stadium also offers backstage tours when there isn't a game on, giving visitors a chance to find out about sports heroes from the past.
The Expedia Clapham High Street hotels guide displays no less than 1122 high-end and affordable overnight stay options, so you shouldn't have any problems finding somewhere that suits your needs in this popular destination.
Bulgari Hotel, London at 171 Knightsbridge, and the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, London, at 66 Knightsbridge are a couple of examples of the more upscale accommodation options in Clapham High Street. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you'll find the cheapest deals at the Sloane Square Hotel, at 7–12 Sloane Square, or the Montana Hotel London, at 67/69 Gloucester Road.
Big Ben is an important attraction to visitors to Clapham High Street, and staying nearby is a great way to make sure you fully enjoy it. The Corinthia Hotel London can be found just 0.4 miles away. Another close option is the Haymarket Hotel.