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Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, hotel in London

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London

Hotel in Lambeth, London

Located on the South Bank of the Thames, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London is set opposite the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, on the South Bank.

8.3
Very good
22,939 reviews
Price from£214per night
Britannia International Hotel Canary Wharf, hotel in London

Britannia International Hotel Canary Wharf

Hotel in Tower Hamlets, London

Britannia International Hotel Canary Wharf has spacious rooms and limited free WiFi, just 600 metres from Canary Wharf Underground Station.

5.7
Above average
19,904 reviews
Price from£115per night
The Tower Hotel, London, hotel in London

The Tower Hotel, London

Hotel in Tower Hamlets, London

Nestled between the River Thames and St Katherine’s Dock, and next to Tower Bridge, The Tower Hotel, London offers ideal location, a restaurant, a bar and a fitness centre.

7.8
Good
20,507 reviews
Price from£161per night
Zedwell Piccadilly Circus, hotel in London

Zedwell Piccadilly Circus

Hotel in Westminster Borough, London

Located in London’s West End, Zedwell Piccadilly Circus boasts over 700 windowless rooms in Piccadilly Circus.

7.5
Good
32,684 reviews
Price from£141.30per night
Park Plaza London Riverbank, hotel in London

Park Plaza London Riverbank

Hotel in Lambeth, London

Located on the south side of the River Thames, 650 metres from the London Underground, Park Plaza London Riverbank has free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TVs.

8.1
Very good
12,756 reviews
Price from£179per night
The Z Hotel Holborn, hotel in London

The Z Hotel Holborn

Hotel in Camden, London

Ideally set in the centre of London, The Z Hotel Holborn offers air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a bar.

8.1
Very good
15,673 reviews
Price from£140per night
Park Plaza London Waterloo, hotel in London

Park Plaza London Waterloo

Hotel in Lambeth, London

Offering a restaurant and bar, Park Plaza London Waterloo is located in London, a short walk from Lambeth North underground station and less than a 10-minute walk from Westminster Bridge and the...

8.2
Very good
10,733 reviews
Price from£214per night
Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge, hotel in London

Leonardo Royal London Tower Bridge

Hotel in Tower Hamlets, London

Boasting spacious rooms with LED TVs, cosy bathrobes and free Wi-Fi, this hotel is situated in central London, 15 minutes’ walk from the Tower of London.

8.1
Very good
12,252 reviews
Price from£256.50per night
Holiday Inn London Kensington High St., an IHG Hotel, hotel in London

Holiday Inn London Kensington High St., an IHG Hotel

Hotel in Kensington and Chelsea, London

Just 2 minutes’ walk from Kensington High Street, the Holiday Inn London Kensington High St. offers air-conditioned rooms with en suite bathrooms and free access to the gym.

7.2
Good
10,547 reviews
Price from£165.60per night
Montcalm Royal London House-City of London, hotel in London

Montcalm Royal London House-City of London

Hotel in Islington, London

Nestled in the bustling heart of London, Montcalm Royal London House enjoys a central location, adjacent to Finsbury Square Garden and just a brief stroll from Liverpool Street.

8.3
Very good
9,916 reviews
Price from£294per night
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London's best hotels with breakfast

  • The Savoy
    Breakfast options

    Originally opened in 1889, the world-famous Savoy Hotel is situated on the banks of the Thames and less than 5 minutes' walk from The British Museum and The Royal Opera House.

    Amazing experience from start to finish. The staff was all so friendly.

    9.4
    Superb · 2,520 reviews
  • 41
    Breakfast options

    Nestled behind Buckingham Palace, this luxurious hotel is opposite the Royal Mews.

    Everything, best hotel ive stayed in , whilst in london

    9.7
    Exceptional · 1,079 reviews
  • The Fox & Goose Hotel
    Breakfast options

    The Fox And Goose Hotel is only 5 minutes' walk from Hanger Lane Underground Station (Central Line), a 15-minute drive from Wembley Stadium/Arena, and 30 minutes from Central London by public...

    Simply fantastic! Best place to say on every front!

    9.1
    Superb · 5,273 reviews
  • Milestone Hotel Kensington
    Breakfast options

    Ideally located between central London's Knightsbridge and Kensington districts, the boutique 5-star Milestone Hotel Kensington boasts a resistance pool, a fitness centre, and a luxurious spa.

    It’s home from home and the staff are so friendly.

    9.4
    Superb · 1,064 reviews
  • The Montague On The Gardens
    Breakfast options

    Overlooking private, secluded gardens, this 4-star luxury hotel offers 2 restaurants, an on-site gym and 2 sun rooms. Russell Square Underground Station is a 4 minute walk away.

    Chose not to have breakfast as we're light eaters

    9.0
    Superb · 2,995 reviews
  • The Langham London
    Breakfast options

    Located at the top of Regent Street, the prestigious Langham offers an award-winning glamorous bar, Artesian, and a stylish restaurant, Roux at the Landau.

    Everything! Roman marble decor! Luxury massive bed!

    9.2
    Superb · 1,574 reviews
  • Sofitel London St James
    Breakfast options

    In London's West End, this 5-star luxury hotel is set in a beautifully preserved Neoclassical building.

    The staff help us at every moment, they are great!

    9.1
    Superb · 1,201 reviews
  • Royal Lancaster London
    Breakfast options

    This 5-star London hotel is quietly located next to Hyde Park, Marble Arch and Lancaster Gate Tube Station. The hotel offers breath-taking views of the famous London skyline.

    Good location, clean, fresh and mothern facilities!

    9.0
    Superb · 5,487 reviews

Budget hotels in London

  • Cheap hotel

    Set in London, 1 km from Canary Wharf Underground Station, Wns HOTEL features views of the garden. With free WiFi, this 3-star hotel offers room service and an ATM.

    The location. It is central to lots of restaurants

    6.0
    Pleasant · 1,672 reviews
  • Golders Park Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Located in London, 6.9 km from Lord's Cricket Ground, Golders Park Hotel features views of the city. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, a concierge service and free WiFi.

    Great location for shops / coffee/ travel.

    5.7
    Above average · 1,229 reviews
  • Wanstead Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Wanstead Hotel is set in London. The property is situated 6 km from Victoria Park, 12 km from Brick Lane and 14 km from O2 Arena. The property is non-smoking and is located 6 km from Olympic Stadium.

    The beds were so comfortable and lovely and clean.

    7.6
    Good · 1,083 reviews
  • Green Rooms
    Cheap hotel

    Green Rooms is an arts-led hotel situated in London, 1.4 km from Alexandra Palace. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The property offers dormitory, private room and apartment accommodation.

    The staff are freindly and givr us all facilities,

    7.2
    Good · 2,596 reviews
  • Cricklewood Lodge Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    The Cricklewood Lodge is a 32-bedroom hotel located in Cricklewood, London.

    Welcome at reception, good facilities in room, quiet room

    6.5
    Pleasant · 1,160 reviews
  • Earls Court Garden Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Located 3 minutes’ walk from Earl’s Court Underground Station, Earl’s Court Gardens Hotel offers budget accommodation and free WiFi in public areas.

    We didn't have breakfast but overall it was amazing.

    4.0
    Disappointing · 2,402 reviews
  • Tony's House Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    This 2-star hotel is on a quiet garden square, 5 minutes’ walk from Hyde Park. Paddington Station, which also has the Heathrow Express train, is only 2 minutes' walk away.

    Location was excellent for what we needed during our stay.

    6.1
    Pleasant · 1,338 reviews
  • Linden House Hotel
    Cheap hotel

    Just 500 metres from Hyde Park, Linden House Hotel offers elegant town house accommodation with free Wi-Fi. There is a 24-hour front desk, and lively Oxford Street is a 15-minute walk away.

    Great location, clean rooms and quite comfortable.

    7.1
    Good · 3,033 reviews

Hotels located in the centre of London

FAQs about hotels in London

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Renowned for its fashion, art and theatre scenes, the majestic city of London needs little introduction. A visit here offers museums of every kind, shopping in ramshackle markets, cutting-edge boutiques and luxury department stores, along with an endless range of international cuisine to enjoy.

Admire stunning views from the London Eye, a vast collection of British Museums and the relaxing greenery of the Hyde Park! Home to landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, the stunning Westminster and Wembley Stadium, London has something for every traveller.

Make sure you visit fashionable Notting Hill and its colourful Portobello Market, pay a visit to the elegant West End entertainment district and shop till you drop on the famous Oxford Street. The city’s museums and galleries are among the best in the world and so are its restaurants and clubs! The famous London tube connects the city’s many sights and travelling on the Underground is an experience in itself.

Whether your London flight arrives at Heathrow airport, the world’s busiest, Gatwick, Stansted or Luton, you’re just a short ride from the heart of the city and its amazing attractions.

And don’t worry about the accommodations... Booking.com has a choice of over 1,000 luxury hotels, apartments and budget hostels, so just plan what you want to see and enjoy your perfect London holiday.

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What guests said about London:

  • 6.0

    Mixed bag of experiences.

    Mixed bag of experiences. Let's start with the positives: the room was clean and spacious, providing comfort during our stay. While the bathroom leaned towards the older side, it was functional and served its purpose. However, the view from the room left much to be desired, overlooking a train platform and surrounding buildings with little sense of privacy, exacerbated by the dim lighting in the room. On to the amenities, the swimming pool was a bit of a let down - it appeared worn and was too cold for any of us to enjoy a comfortable swim. Additionally, families with children might find it disappointing that the jacuzzi had age restrictions, limiting its enjoyment. Despite these drawbacks, the staff were friendly and polite, contributing to the overall cleanliness of the hotel. One highlight of my stay was undoubtedly the breakfast buffet - it was simply amazing! The variety and quality of food offered made for a delightful start to the day.
    Bacon
  • 10

    It's my place to stay in London. Very friendly staff.

    It's my place to stay in London. Very friendly staff. Not even a 5min walk to the Oxford tube, got off at Notting Hill Station. This is served- full Breakfast at the Hotel. Passing by beautiful restaurant and cafe’s - Diana’s Cafe pictures, food was excellent.
    A
    Anonymous
  • 4.0

    Public transport is far too expensive and highly recommended...

    Public transport is far too expensive and highly recommended to set up the Oyster app (that is used to pay for travel) before getting there. Set up card payments - dont bother buying an Oyster card unless you have to. Do not bother with any Oyster card gimmicks like visitor cards either. London has a major problem with emergency services vehicles constantly wailing sirens even at early am. I stayed in all four sides of the city in a 4 month period in 2023 and it was ridiculous how often this occurs. In fact it resembled South Central Los Angeles....even including Helicopters as well in North London. London is also not a friendly place. It is 'famous' for that but has not changed and furthermore, lots of places especially supermarkets are trying to get customers to use card payments instead of cash, which is not cool and often the payment machines for the card far outnumber the cash payment machines e.g. 8 card 2 cash. Supermarket self service checkout machines are idiotically designed to make the customer look stupid and are not universal either so one place will have a machine that operates differently to the next place. Chip shops - traditional ones - are becoming a lot harder to find. There are many of these chicken & a chip shops that are inferior and not good value for money. Pubs are expensive.
    Elroy-C
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Superb. Enjoyed every minute.

    Superb. Enjoyed every minute. We saw Moulin Rouge at the Piccadilly Theatre then the Abba show the following evening, both were brilliant. Had an hour or so around Westminster the last morning and briefly saw Buckingham Palace and Big Ben etc. Definitely need a full day around that area. Looking forward to returning at the first opportunity.
    mark jacko
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    It's a whole new experience and bit of a culture shock at...

    It's a whole new experience and bit of a culture shock at the beginning but when you start to blend in it all becomes an amazing moment in life. You can do a lot walking in the city and with a Oyster card at hand travelling through the underground and the bus are fun. I did a lot of travel within the city and also a little up north in the country using the national railway. London is one of my favorite places by far. Looking forward to the next much longer visit.
    ThivankaV
    Sri Lanka
  • 10

    We did a short family break, the main purpose to visit the...

    We did a short family break, the main purpose to visit the Warner Brothers Harry Potter Studio Tour, which is an hour outside London City by train. Plenty to do and see, we did some shopping, Camden Market, O2 Outlets, Oxford/Bond Street, and caught a show (Wicked in the Apollo Victoria Theatre).
    Colm
    Ireland

Explore guest reviews of hotels in London

  • From £188.50 per night
    8.6
    Fabulous · 2,155 reviews
    Apartments are very nice (newly renovated, I assume), well taken care of and quite spacious by London's standards. The kitchenette has all basic things to prepare simple meals (even salt and pepper were available) and the hotel provides you with a laundry room to use free of cost. Very nice area around the hotel with typical Victorian architecture and lots of small parks (although private ones). 5 min walk to Earl's Court underground, many eateries around it and 5 min to a very big supermarket: Sainsbury's. Totally recommended!
    VIKTAR
    Portugal
  • From £200 per night
    7.4
    Good · 2,009 reviews
    Great location. if you are okay using the Underground you can get anywhere and with the addition of the Elizabeth line recently it makes getting around even easier. Nice breakfast to start the day especially as it can be hard to find an early morning breakfast in England. Also, Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens are a hidden gem in London for lovers of green spaces. since they are west of most sights they get overlooked. We walked from the hotel down through the park over to Buckingham and had a great time.
    Simon
    United States
  • From £158.40 per night
    8.8
    Fabulous · 2,488 reviews
    A lovely hotel room with a smashing Pub! There is a lift and A/C! The room is cozy and more room then expected. We elected to include breakfast and it’s worth it! Everything we ordered from the bar was excellent! Large dining area and if weather permits an extremely large beer garden! Staff were courteous and food is served promptly. The train is a block away! The hotel is located halfway between Heathrow and London and in just a few stops Paddington Station is your central hub.
    Holdger Rochester
    United States
  • From £92.77 per night
    7.2
    Good · 2,596 reviews
    Wood Green Metro station is 2 minutes walk away from the hotel - you can take the picadelly line directly to the centre of London. We stayed in the cheapest 2-person room, and I would describe it as 'spartan' but nice. There was a super small double bed, a chair, and a small drawer. Though the bed was super small, it was actually really comfortable. The room was cheap compared to other hotels in London so you get what you pay for! I would definitely stay there again 🫡
    Louise
    Denmark
  • From £338 per night
    9.2
    Superb · 4,583 reviews
    Best hotel in London, the view from the 14th floor was incredible. I now intend to return here for all my weekends in London. The staff was extremely helpful and corteous. A huge thanks goes to Mr Arun who was exceptionally kind and provided us with the best apartments available. He also took the time to help us for everything we needed. Thank you so much and we look forward to coming back to Wilde Apartments in Paddington
    Angela
    Italy
  • From £152.15 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 6,725 reviews
    The staff were very friendly and helpful. The hotel is located close to bus routes and tube stations. I walked to my Liverpool street offices each morning. There are plenty of Indian restaurants nearby, I had a magnificent Biriyani a block away from the hotel. Most importantly, the bed was very comfortable, not too soft. The shower warm, and the best towels any London hotel of any star (up to 4*) that i have stayed in.
    Craig
    Switzerland
  • From £152.15 per night
    7.1
    Good · 6,560 reviews
    1st time in London, so I hope my ratings are fair. It was exactly as advertised. Updated apartments, but in an older building. Hotel style Front desk was plus and made check-in easy. Reasonable walk to South Kensington tube station, district line/circle/Piccadilly lines. Never felt unsafe walking morning or night. Grocery store next door, saved some money on breakfasts and snacks for touring.
    William
    United States
  • 7.9
    Good · 950 reviews
    We loved the location, great value for money and the apartments give you extra facilities. The staff were all really nice and friendly and breakfast was great. We would definitely stay again, hotels in London are notoriously small roomed and expensive so the space and location were great value and some lovely touches (potion making was fab, white company toiletries and nice bedding and towels)
    Victoria
    United Kingdom
  • From £161 per night
    7.8
    Good · 13,977 reviews
    The hotel is ideally located for central London, the parks and the Albert Hall. The staff are helpful and efficient. I booked a twin room for my mother and myself. We actually had a room for 3 with a double and a single bed, so it was very spacious. It was a very pleasant surprise to have a bath, as most hotels only have a shower.
    Kathleen
    United Kingdom
  • From £172.80 per night
    7.9
    Good · 5,165 reviews
    its close to everywhere that you need to be, simple hotel but nice. Easy to find and good price. Stayed in many hotels in London and yes you can get some cheaper ones but then sometime you need to get a taxi as they are further out so we would rather pay a little bit more for a nicer hotel and somewhere more central
    Dan
    United Kingdom
  • 8.6
    Fabulous · 1,817 reviews
    Most I liked the breakfasts - what an exceptional menu and tastes. Not a buffet menu you usually see at hotels. Generally, a lovely small hotel in an authentic London building. If your not a fan of queeky floors, for example, it's not your place. I loved it because I felt like at home.
    Liisi PN
    Estonia
  • 8.3
    Very good · 226 reviews
    its like a hotel apartments fyi, the staff were very understanding and friendly, if anyone was wondering it does have an elevator haha. I honestly would stay there again if i visit london. the location was great it was like a 3 min walk from the subway.
    nora
    United Arab Emirates
  • From £268 per night
    9.3
    Superb · 1,987 reviews
    Everything- great location , wonderful staff, very comfortable and well appointed. This hotel is a great value . Like all London hotels , it is small rooms but very well appointed. We even received a complimentary bottle of wine upon arrival.
    Nancy
    United States
  • From £166.50 per night
    7.9
    Good · 5,278 reviews
    Everything. It’s are 3rd time staying here. My husband and I come to London often and we’ve tried other hotels but we love our stays at the Montana It’s conveniently located and extremely clean and the staff is super kind.
    Sylvana
    Canada
  • From £85 per night
    7.1
    Good · 5,449 reviews
    The location is very central, a short walk to the Paddington train station which could take us everywhere with a short train ride. The price is relatively cheap compared to other hotels in London.
    linhvu95
    France
  • From £135 per night
    7.8
    Good · 7,725 reviews
    The location was really good and the price was super reasonable. We’ve stayed in a lot of cheap hotels in London and this was by the best. Comfy, modern and everything worked
    Will
    United Kingdom
  • From £396 per night
    9.1
    Superb · 402 reviews
    We will be back again and again. We have been to London many times in the last 30 years and have stayed in many South Kensington hotels. The Adria is by far the best.
    Donna
    United States
  • 8.7
    Fabulous · 3,165 reviews
    CitizenM is one of the best hotels in London - it's so comfy and wonderful. Also so centrally located. I love staying there and would definitely stay again
    Tess
    Switzerland
  • From £125.10 per night
    7.3
    Good · 2,066 reviews
    Hotels in London aren’t cheap. This was an acceptable price for what we got. We had a place to sleep of decent size and the bathroom was good.
    Iselin
    Norway
  • 9.2
    Superb · 599 reviews
    The hosts were genuinely so lovely and welcoming. Much better than service we’ve received in the past at other hotels/apartments in London!
    Lucinda
    United Kingdom

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