When visiting London you are spoiled for choice when looking for where to stay. You will find something to suite all budgets and needs close to the City center. From sheer luxury and opulence to the cheaper alternatives and premier inns, London has it all. Below we take a look at a few of the choices available for visitors.
Hub, Westminster Abbey
An affordable stay in London is a bit of oxymoron, but with help from budget hotels, you can be one step closer to saving change in the capital. Hub by Premier Inn is a perfect example with the usual compact-comfortable that the chain has came to be known for.
Free Wi-Fi is supplied with a stay to browse the web with a full, unlimited continental breakfast ranging from fresh pastries and fruit, hot porridge and natural yoghurt giving you the basic starting point for exploring the city. Accessible rooms are also available with air-con and 40′ smart TV’s throughout the building.
Located on Tothill Street, Westminster, the hotel boasts short walking distances to West Minster Abbey (4 mins), Big Ben (5 mins) and Buckingham Palace (10 mins).
Parking may prove an issue with a lack of parking space available and arrival via public transport is advised, as with most city breaks,
For a more extravagant stay, ME, London is a mid-range marvel. The Strand based hotel features a stunning panoramic view of the London skyline from the rooftop bar whilst the STK resturant boasts fantastic food and decor to die for.
Designed by the world famous architects Foster and Partners, style is in abundance with various rooms and suites available, overlooking the Thames. Relaxing in the room is possible from the extra long beds and in-room minibar giving a slice of luxury after a long day exploring.
Based bang in the middle of the West End, activities are unrivaled. From the aforementioned tourist attractions to the theaters, boutiques and nightclubs, this is as central as gets within the cities culture.
Pre-paid valet parking is recommended to avoid missing out a parking position, providing a car is necessary – but we again recommend public transport for the city break.
For a slice of London luxury, Rosewood is a sure bet for a opulent stay, located in High Holburn. The 5-star hotel features unparalleled design with a merge of English heritage and modern, contemporary accents. The building itself, a Grade II-Listed building, is a renovated London property with focus on a manor house feeling throughout.
The restaurant and bar are worthy of lengthy reviews themselves with the Mirror Room allowing exquisite afternoon tea’s and lunches worth travelling for. Following a spot of lunch, why not try out the hotels own fitness center and cool off with a sauna or spa of your choice.
The list of hotel amenities is vast with the basics such as room service and meetings rooms as well as the expected luxury items such as babysitting, concierge and a banquet room available.