|Most expensive month:||November|
|Average price in London:||€137/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€15/night|
|Most expensive day:||Tuesday|
Smart Camden Inn Hostel
55-57 Bayham Street, London, United Kingdom
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The Blair Victoria Hotel
78-84 Warwick Way, Victoria, London, United Kingdom
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Thistle Barbican Shoreditch
120 Central Street, London, United Kingdom
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One of the world's top cosmopolitan cities, London draws visitors in with its mix of cultural attractions, impressive architecture and leafy landscapes. A city where cutting-edge restaurants, innovative museums and trendy shops are a constant presence, London is known for its ability to stay ahead of the emerging trends.
A trip to London wouldn’t be complete without visiting Big Ben, Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London. Explore London’s arts and culture by visiting one of the world-class museums, from the British Museum to the National Gallery and Tate Modern.
Spend a morning wandering through the narrow alleyways of London’s street markets, from the antiques at Portobello Market to one-of-a-kind clothing at Camden Market. Attend a show in the West End Theatre District or catch a performance in the lovingly recreated Elizabethan setting at Shakespeare’s Globe.
For a taste of British culture, sip on a pint at one of the traditional pubs or browse the world-famous shops on Oxford Street. Buckingham Palace is best seen during the Changing of the Guard, a traditional ceremony which lasts 45 minutes and occurs on selected months of the year.
For the perfect mix of old and new, fly high above the city in the London Eye, soak in the buzzing atmosphere of Piccadilly Circus and visit the resting place of Charles Dickens at Westminster Abbey. Want to feel like royalty? Have high tea in the Ritz as you’re served loose leaf tea, fresh scones and teacakes in an elegant ambience with a live harpist.
The best way to get around London is the underground, or what locals call “the Tube”. Easy to navigate and budget-friendly, the underground system reaches all major points of interest. Bring a comfortable pair of shoes so you can also explore London’s vibrant neighbourhoods on foot. Getting out onto the River Thames on a cruise or ferry also reveals unforgettable parts of the London skyline.
London has plenty to offer. Consider staying in some of its most favoured locations, like Wandsworth, Lewisham, and Kensington and Chelsea.
5,380 reviews rated The Z Hotel City with an average score of 8.1/10. It may also be worth looking into the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, which received a rating of 8.5/10 from 20,247 reviews. Park Grand London Lancaster Gate could also be a good option, with a score of 7.5/10 from 1,357 reviews.
Reviews of Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London recommend it as a good place to stay near London Victoria Station, scoring 8.5/10 from 20,247 ratings.
Park Grand London Lancaster Gate is rated 7.5 from 1,357 reviews and is close to Hyde Park.
Close to Shoreditch you will find The Z Hotel Shoreditch, which has a rating of 8.2 over 4,483 HotelsCombined reviews.
London hotels have an average price of €382/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is €328/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in London then the average price is around €723/night.
Prices for London hotels have been found for as low as €12/night over the last 3 days. Prices for this weekend in London start from €30 per night when checking in on 20 May and out on 22 May.
A hotel in London tonight has an average price of €427, but some deals have been found for as low as €33 in HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. Prices in London are changing frequently. The best price found for a 4-star London hotel for tonight has been €33.
As London is such a cosmopolitan city and a world tourist capital, it has a very sophisticated foodie scene, from hearty British favourites to trendy international dishes. It’s also always been renowned for its hundreds of bars and pubs. Top of the list of foodie neighbourhoods is Soho, with myriad restaurants serving everything from world-class ramen at Bone Daddies to superb pasta at Bocca Di Lupo, artisanal coffee shops like Bar Termini to fashionable bars like The Blind Pig. Otherwise, head to Shoreditch, with a reputation for the unusual. Look for Happiness Forgets and fascinating pop-up places like JUBO. Lastly, Covent Garden offers a fusion of international tastes, from burgers at MEATmarket to Jewish, Peruvian and other cuisines at places like Lima Floral and Mishkins. For nearby London hotels, try The Resident Soho, Shoreditch High Street Hotel or the Z Hotel Covent Garden.
There are tons of things to do in London for families with children. One of the most alluring attractions is the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London, where kids can explore the Harry Potter sets. It’s in the Greater London neighbourhood of Leavesden, part of Watford. Here you can stay at Jurys Inn London Watford. London Zoo has been a perennial favourite for many decades, in Regent’s Park. It also has playgrounds, water features and other children’s activities. For nearby hotels in London, you can book somewhere like Regency Hotel Westend. Another age-old London attraction that has never lost its popularity with families is Madame Tussauds, the iconic wax museum. It’s in Marylebone in West London. For accommodation in London here, you can choose Blandford Hotel.
There are so many things to see in London that you’ll almost find places of interest around every corner in this vibrant and historic city. There’s no bigger drawcard than Buckingham Palace, the royal family’s residence and the scene of the daily Changing of the Guard, which draws visitors from all over the world. It’s in the vicinity of the Westminster neighbourhood – for good London accommodation here, book at the Wellington Hotel. Trafalgar Square is another iconic tourist destination, featuring Nelson’s Column and the home of the National Gallery. This is also near Westminster. The Tower of London is another profoundly historic landmark near here, housing the Crown Jewels.
Football is the only game in town when it comes to London sports. The game is thoroughly interwoven with the British national character and London’s citizens, and there are several world-famous clubs that have their home stadiums in the city. The city has clubs that have made deep impressions on national and international football over many decades: Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United. Arguably, the two most successful are Chelsea and Arsenal – book at Chelsea Cloisters or Islington Inn to be near their respective home stadiums. In West Ham, you can stay at The Baytree Hotel, while you can easily watch Spurs home games by staying in the London borough of Haringey. Here, we can recommend the Beaconsfield Hotel.