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Camden Enterprise Hotel is located in a Victorian building dating back to 1865 in the Camden district in London, next to Chalk Farm underground station and a 10-minute walk from Camden Market and... A nice and clean boutique hotel, very good location, closed to the stables market and subway. Nice staff, very helpful.
Featuring a garden and views of city, Dorsett City London is a 4-star hotel set in London, an 8-minute walk from Sky Garden. Location was perfect. Rooms were beautifully decorated with amazing city views on the 13th floor. I really appreciate the friendly staff and the room upgrade they gave us, also letting us check in as early as 11am. Coffee machine in rooms is a very nice touch. Shikumen restaurant served delicious lunch! I would definitely recommend and book again!
Set in central London, just a few minutes from Covent Garden and Trafalgar Square, Wilde Aparthotels by Staycity - The Strand offers accommodation with free WiFi. Great location, lovely room, fully equiped and sound proof
Set in London, within a short walk from Canary Wharf and the DLR network offering direct links to Bank, Lansbury Heritage Hotel features boutique accommodation with complimentary access to a spa... Everything was excellent. I would definately recommend the lansbury to everyone I know.
Featuring free WiFi and a fitness centre, The Curtain offers accommodation in London, 500 metres from Hoxton Square. Amazing pool on the rooftop restaurant Great breakfast (expensive though) The best bed we ever had Big room Extremely good organic chocolate in the minibar
Set in the former Midland Bank building in the City of London, just steps from Bank Station, The Ned hosts 250 bedrooms, ten restaurants and a range of men’s and women’s grooming services. every big and little thing here is just great...Staff are AMAZING..best service in all areas despite crowds of people in all the public areas
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Intercontinental London - The O2 offers accommodation in the Greenwich Peninsula. Guests can enjoy the onsite spa and free WiFi. Excellent choices for breakfast
Occupying levels 34-52, the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard, London offers 5-star luxury and breathtaking views of the capital and beyond. Everything... (ps: very big THANK YOU for Miss Angelina from Guest Relation Team for preparing small...
Situated in the heart of London, citizenM London Bankside is a stylish contemporary hotel, which is just a 2-minute walk from the Tate Modern and only 600 metres from the Millennium Bridge. Great ambience. Awesome everything.
Set on the Strand, ME London by Melia overlooks the impressive Somerset House. With international fine dining, this elegant hotel offers the STK London restaurant. It was all out of this world, so special
Staybridge Suites London - Stratford are situated in the Westfield Stratford City Shopping Centre. Excellent place, friendly and helpfull staff, good breakfast, clean and quiet room, modern.
Just off bustling Fleet Street, this luxury hotel is located in London’s historic Temple legal district. Everything apart from the food
This 17th-century inn is located by Kew Green, across from the Royal Botanical Gardens. Enjoy a great location, fine food and good public transport to Central London. I like all the stuff working in the hotel they are so nice and kind with great and warm welcoming
Ideally located in Central London and close to Tower Bridge, The Apex City of London Hotel is a 30-minute taxi ride from London City Airport. The staff at the hotel are the happiest lot of people and courteous to the core.
Located in the Islington district in London, The Luxury Inn offers 3-star rooms with free WiFi. Among the various facilities are a garden and a shared lounge. Lovely well catered guest house. The owner was fantastic and so helpful.
Located 1.2 km from Olympia Exhibition Centre, Exhibition Court Hotel features accommodation with free WiFi in London. just 1 min from a tube station. and good condition.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, ibis London Canning Town offers pet-friendly accommodation in London. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. The rooms are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Everything was amazing! Very nice staff, everything was clean, beautiful,...
Situated just 400 metres from Olympia Exhibition Centre, 88 Studios offers accommodation in the London borough of Kensington. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property. Very clean room, friendly staff, well equipped (even mineral water and a coffee machine).
The Lion and Key Hotel offers accommodation in Leyton, 1.5 miles from the Olympic Village in Stratford. Free WiFi is available throughout the property. Really nice hotel. Couldn't sleep. Traffic all night. Needs triple glazing.
Situated in a quiet area next to St Georges Hospital, Pelican London Hotel and Residence features free WiFi throughout. Each room features an en-suite bathroom and a flat-screen TV. When I come to London here is my home, I recommend everyone for luxury, cleanliness and peace.
Epsilon Hotel is located in the centre of Stratford, within 10 minutes’ walk of its Tube, rail and DLR stations, as well as the Olympic Park and Westfield Shopping Centre. Fantastic breakfast everything fresh.Very clean hotel.Tea,coffee facilities.
Situated in the heart of London, Balmoral House Hotel is 100 yards from Paddington and 5 minutes’ walk from Lancaster Gate tube station. Breakfast was good. Road a little noisy. Front desk helpful
In the heart of London’s theatre district, the elegant Haymarket Hotel is surrounded by restaurants, bars, and is just next door to the Theatre Royal. Fantastic. The decoration of the hotel. The food. The confortable room and bathroom.
Offering a restaurant, bar and fitness centre, Ham Yard Hotel is located in London, just 3 minutes' walk from Piccadilly Circus. Outstanding place throughout:Location, decoration,comfort as well as friendly and efficient staff...
Situated 5 minutes’ walk from Oxford Street, The Soho Hotel features a fully equipped gym with an on-site personal trainer. Excellent location, very friendly and helpful staff, clean and beautifully decorated rooms and most...
The luxurious Corinthia Hotel is located in one of London’s most prestigious areas, moments from Trafalgar Square and Whitehall. The rooms were very well planned. Big bathroom. Good Spa.
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. The cleaning of the hotel is very considerate and careful, and the small details are all in place!
Situated in the heart of London’s theatre district, Covent Garden Hotel is a 5-minute walk from the Royal Opera House, and surrounded by some of London’s best restaurants, bars and nightlife. Possibly the nicest hotel I have ever stayed in.
In London's West End, this 5-star luxury hotel is set in a beautifully preserved Victorian building. It boasts a luxurious on-site spa, spacious rooms, and an award-winning brasserie restaurant. Wonderful hotel on an excellent location, within walking distance of the parks of London, the...
The Henrietta Hotel is located in London, a 2-minute walk from Savoy Theatre, and features free WiFi. This 4-star hotel offers a bar. Great Hotel, beautiful suite, very friendly staff! restaurant was fantastic. thank you
We usually come to London between Christmas and New Year and it’s lovely but this year was extremely busy so we couldn’t do as much. We gave up on madame tussauds even though we prebooked our tickets as the queues were 3hrs long! Instead we got a cab to Covent Garden where we ambled around listening to street opera and magicians which always make it worth going there. This time we visited a restaurant called Tuttons and only waited 10-15 minutes for a table for five so pretty good. Beautiful carpaccio starter but I chose badly the main course and should have kept it Italian! They make some lovely cocktails which I recommend! Cable cars over the river were a thrill as they’re much higher than we imagined. Our accommodation was the Sunborn Yacht Hotel at Canary Wharf which I’ve reviewed also. Fantastic place to stay instead of a normal hotel and will return for a romantic weekend next time, leaving the rest of the family at home 😆. The only way to travel is by cab as they know everything and you rarely get ripped off especially if it’s a real Londoner driving. River taxis are also a great ride for sightseeing and they certainly do move fast. Of course everywhere you go there is something to see especially when it comes to beautiful architecture through the ages. The new Lego store is awesome!!! All in all a great visit.
Working long hours in London means I only had chance to explore during the weekends. Over several weekends me and my girlfriend stayed in various London Accommodation depending on our plans and what was Local. I would recommend staying in more expensive Hostel rooms as a young couple over Hotels. We experienced both and came to the realisation that, if youre willing to pay a bit more for a private en-suite room in a Hostel, if you choose correctly, they can turn out to be nicer than a hotel. One Hostel we would recommend is St James Backpackers. Nearest tube: Earls Court. Easy to get to and the facilities were great, the stairs were a bit of a hike but not an issue if youre able. Very clean double room and about 1/3 of the price of a budget hotel room with Holiday Inn that we had the week before. The best way to get around London is definitely the Tube (goes without saying) the ease of this service is unparalleled. Do not rule out the London bus service also however, your oyster card will work on these as well and they're great for getting around Zones 2-3. Ultimately i would suggest that the best way to see London is to explore every corner. Dont just stay in Zone 1 and do the tourist-y sights. Get out to Brixton or Camden for Nightlife. Visit the more niche museums rather than the swamped Natural History or Tower of London. I would suggest the Imperial War Museum if youre visiting with young teenagers, my little brother loved it.
Having visited London on numerous occasions, this was with a difference as I brought my pet dog along with me. Finding dog friendly accommodation at a reasonable price in central London is not an easy task. However, for anyone planning on bringing their doggie with them (small to medium size doggies only), then I can thoroughly recommend the 'Marylebone Inn Hotel' in Gloucester Place. This is probably the most economical dog friendly or otherwise hotel in central London, I paid £50 per night for a double room with ensuite bathroom and toilet and small kitchenette, incredible!. The hotel, which is a Georgian terraced Grade 2 listed building, is clean, comfortable and soundproofed. Superb location for the West End, Marble Arch is just a 10 min walk. All the Royal Parks for walking your dog are within easy walking distance, Regents Park is just a step away. There is a bus stop directly outside the hotel, service 82 from Victoria railway Station. Plenty of local cafes and restaurants close by catering for all tastes. You could do no better.
I work in London, but don't often stay up. So the chance for a lay in and no rush to get up and come in by train - was a welcome change. We'd partied the night before with friends at Be At One - Covent Garden (great 80's playlist). We then stumbled into Bills and had sticky Ribs - Yum! The walk back to Russell Square wasn't too far and we knew it would be a good location for our planned lazy day in London, the following day. I love Grand Old Hotels and we stayed at the Russell Hotel in a budget room. Not very large, but no London Room is - unless you have money to burn! We had a good breakfast and dropped our bags with Concierge - before heading for a morning in the British Museum. After a few hours wondering around (the clock room is awesome) we then headed to Scoff & Banter in Monmouth Street for lunch with friends. After a long and relaxed lunch - we became proper tourists and wandered with the crowds around Covent Garden. Finally we wandered back to the hotel, picked up our cases and jumped on the tube at Russell Square. Dinner was grabbed at Le Pain Quotidian at St. Pancras Station, before jumping on a late train - home.
Here's our awesome weekend itinerary for two days of animals, tea, cakes, gin, pie, more animals and curry. SATURDAY 9am arrive in Kings Cross station, 30m tube to... 9:30am Check in to Grange Strathmore Hotel (cheapest 4-star I could find in Kensington, £82 for twin room, room-only), leave luggage, 5 minute walk to... 10am Natural History Museum, 2hrs looking at dinosaurs, animals etc. for free, 1hr tube/train to... 1:30pm High Tea at Lady Dinah's Cat Emporium (£35pp, book in advance), 1.5hrs petting cats and eating as many sandwiches, scones and cake as you can (it's all refillable), 1hr tube/train back to... Hotel for an afternoon nap (there were lots of scones!). 30m tube to... 7pm Gin Tasting Menu and dinner at The London Gin Club (£32pp for 3 G&Ts, pie and chips), 200 gins to choose from, 30m tube back to... Hotel. SUNDAY 10am check out of hotel, leave luggage for the day, 30m tube to... 10:30am breakfast at Bills (Soho), £18 big cooked breakfast, 30m tube to... 1pm London Zoo (£20pp, 2for1 voucher with train ticket), fun day with penguins, monkeys etc., 30m tube back to... Hotel, collect luggage, 30m tube to... 5:30pm Dishoom (Kings Cross), awesome curry and drinks, £40pp for several curries, breads, rice, desert, chai etc., 5m journey to... 8:15pm Kings Cross, train home and... Sleep.
I'm no stranger to London. It's a city I utterly adore. This trip however was only a one day/ night stopover. We arrived very early (6.30) in the morning & I always book the hotel for the night before so we were in our hotel room by 8.30am. We stayed this time at The Sumber Hotel in Mayfair. A very sweet little boutique hotel a block from Marble Arch & Oxford Street. Great location as we got all our shopping done on one street (that was the plan from the beginning) It's Christmas, so the winter sky is dark but the streets are dazzling in festive decorations & fairy lights that keep the mood bright. Bustling crowds & busy shops are to be expected. I love the vibe of London any time of year, but Christmas time in London is one of my favourite times to be there.
6.6 Review score 1,220 reviews
Cheap and good location for access to wembley stadium area(5 mins), heathrow airport(30 mins. Free parking. .All you can eat cooked breakfast. Take aways and shop accross road. Other eating and drinking places 5 mins away. Drinks in hotel low prices. Good for workmen who are working with 30 mins of area. Or a low cost stopover places with parking then access train to london. ( scroll down room choices ,i got en suite room same price has shared bathroom rooms. Train station a few mins sway(4 to 5 pound by uber).
8.8 Fabulous 3,838 reviews
What we liked about this hotel far outweighs what we didn't. The hotel staff was so friendly and helpful. The hotel was very clean and tidy, and the price was also good. With that being said, the price of hotels in London equals convenience or lack thereof. You get what you pay for. The hotel offered an amazing breakfast. The selection was good and kept us satisfied until dinner. The hotel was about a 10 minute, average paced walk from Waterloo station so that was convenient.
8.7 Fabulous 1,869 reviews
Every aspect of our stay was 5 star. Amazing room, superb professional staff who are slick and smiley. Special mentions for Dan in the chambers club, Jeffrey in the booking office restaurant, and Jack our super doorman who also provided us with a vip check in to Eurostar from hotel to train seat. We have stayed at many a high end London hotel but I have to say The Renaissance tips the lot by a long way. We have found our new London home! Already planning a return.
8.1 Very good 5,298 reviews
Very good value for money. Excellent location, close to main attractions. Only 5 minute walk from South Kensington tube station (Piccadilly/Circle/District lines). Rooms larger than most hotels of this price range in London. Small but functional bathroom. Good internet connection. I wish it were available all year long!
9.1 Superb 633 reviews
One of the best hotels I’ve stayed in London that I decided to make it my go to when ever I’m in London , Staff were very friendly room was very clean and they have best cappuccino ☕️ It’s also in great location so you can get around easily 👍🏼 Getting a complimentary drink at your arrival is a sweet touch 🙌🏻🌹
6.8 Review score 2,405 reviews
I was working on London for the day so travelled up the night before. Hspoily surprised at how cheap the cost for one night stay at Pembury - considering the prices of other hotels in the area London prices in the area. Hotel was clean and convenient and the staff were lovely!
9.1 Superb 795 reviews
Concierge and their property. The room is bigger compare with other hotels in London. 10 mins from harrods and Knightsbridge underground station. Mobile with you all your stay. Room service is there immediately for your need, no delay. Thank you the hari
8.1 Very good 5,930 reviews
It's a very confortable room. The localization is amazing, very close to three different tube stations (Kings Cross, Euston and Russel Square). I had lost hope about cheaper hotels in Central London, but this one is REALLY good. Great staff as well.
9.2 Superb 514 reviews
The room, cleanliness, wonderful service from front office, bell boy, porter and restaurant staffs and the hotel resto is amazing (hunter 486 ) i think its one of the best food in london I forget to mention the bed, it made me sleep like a baby
8.1 Very good 311 reviews
Staff were very polite when greeting, was very clean when we arrived, free WiFi, overall this accommodation is very good if your going to see a gig up and London, much cheaper then any of the hotels there and worth every penny
7.5 Good 2,235 reviews
It’s one of the nicer hotels I’ve stayed in in London and it brilliant value for money, it was modern, clean and very comfortable. We go the cheapest room but was still quite large with a decent bathroom.
6.5 Review score 1,053 reviews
Extent (location - staff ). Old wooden house turned to a hotel . Big rooms compared to london hotels . Fair breakfast. Delicious Iranian restaurant.
9.1 Superb 705 reviews
Clean, modern and comfortable, within walking distance for most Central London attractions. Although not cheap, seems a fair price compared to other hotels.
9.1 Superb 5,745 reviews
Lovely location, helpful staff. The view was nice from my room, the room was clean and tidy. Definitely one of the best hotels in London.
5.7 Review score 2,077 reviews
The location was very good. Close to Earls Court station, restaurants, shops, museums. It is relative cheap for hotels in central London.
6.0 Review score 4,402 reviews
Location is great for London zoo and camden there is not many cheaper hotels that are this good
6.6 Review score 4,202 reviews
Close to different places around London and cheaper than other hotels in the area
7.6 Good 5,088 reviews
Price is cheap compare with other London central hotels. Location is good.
8.7 Fabulous 5,824 reviews
It is a great place to stay in while visiting Excel London. Friendly and professional staff, beautiful room, good food and in walking distance from the exhibition center. Also public transport is close by if you would like to get into the city.
8.3 Very good 1,806 reviews
The room was great and cosy....the general ambience of the hotel was on point..