W2 3AN, London, 23 Leinster Gardens
With an indoor swimming pool, sauna and free Wi-Fi, Henry VIII is a short walk from Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens and Paddington Rail Station. The cosy Henry VIII has a bar and serves a continental... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
SW7 4DS, London, 117-129 Cromwell Road
Set in a prime location within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, the Park International Hotel offers modern accommodation and elegant Victorian architecture. The hotel is only a 3-minute walk from Gloucester Road Tube... read more
£ 81.00View Rates
W1U 2BE, London, Mandeville Place
This 4-star luxury hotel is just 5 minutes’ walk from the shops of Oxford Street and Bond Street London Underground Station. It has stylish air-conditioned rooms, free Wi-Fi, and an award-winning restaurant. The Mandeville Hotel... read more
£ 158.10View Rates
SW5 9JS, London, 15 Eardley Crescent
Offering free WiFi and continental breakfasts, Sara Hotel is just 20 minutes' walk from Olympia Exhibition Centre. West Brompton train station is just a 2-minute walk away, with train connections to Wimbledon. Earl’s Court Underground... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
WC1H 9RE, London, 20-24 Tavistock Place
The St Athans Hotel is family-run, simple and clean. In central London, it is within walking distance of the British Museum, the University of London and the New British Library. Free WiFi is available throughout... read more
£ 50.00View Rates
PO37 6AW, Shanklin, 17 Queens Road
Heatherleigh B&B was built in the late 1800s and is located less than 10 minutes’ walk from Shanklin’s beaches, restaurants and shops and a 4-minute walk to the clifftop. There is free WiFi and off-street... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
LS7 4HA, Leeds, 83 Harehills Lane
Around 2 miles from Leeds city centre, High Bank Hotel is a Yorkshire hotel offering free parking and WiFi. It is less than 5 miles from the M1. Direct bus links to the city centre... read more
£ 32.00View Rates
SW3 3QX, London, 35 Ixworth Place
This 4-star hotel is 500 metres from South Kensington London Underground Station. Free WiFi and a bar are available, and discounts for guests are offered at a local gym. On a quiet street in Chelsea,... read more
£ 139.00View Rates
SW5 9ST, London, 12 Penywern Road
Next to Earls Court Underground Station, Windsor House Hotel offers budget rooms. Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre is a 5-minute walk away, and Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC, is 15 minutes’ walk from the hotel.... read more
£ 28.00View Rates
W2 1QL, London, 10 Norfolk Place
easyHotel Paddington offers accommodation a minute's walk from Paddington Rail and Tube station and St Mary's Hospital. Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and comes with a flat-screen TV, en-suite bathroom and free... read more
£ 48.50View Rates
WC1B 3HD, London, 11-13 Bayley Street, Bedford Square
In the heart of Bloomsbury, this unique 4-star design hotel is located just 5 minutes' walking distance from Goodge Street and Tottenham Court Road Underground Stations. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas of the... read more
£ 96.80View Rates
W1J 7BX, London, Piccadilly
Situated on lively Piccadilly, overlooking Green Park, Sheraton Grand London Park Lane features an impressive restaurant and a modern fitness centre. With private parking and free WiFi access, there is also a stylish bar. The... read more
£ 248.64View Rates
UB3 5BP, Heathrow, Heathrow Airport, Bath Road
With a stunning swimming pool and modern fitness centre, Sheraton Skyline Hotel London Heathrow has a restaurant and a 24-hour front desk. Heathrow Airport Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are just over a mile away.... read more
£ 78.23View Rates
UB7 0HJ, Heathrow, Colnbrook Bypass
Next to London Heathrow Airport, this 4-star hotel offers 24-hour room service and air-conditioned rooms with luxury beds. The public Hotel Hoppa Bus collects from all Heathrow terminals and drops off guests at the hotel... read more
£ 73.68View Rates
SW7 5BB, London, 60 Hyde Park gate
Offering exquisite luxury beside Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, the elegant Baglioni Hotel London with spa is close to the Royal Albert Hall, famous museums and Kensington High Street. The prestigious hotel overlooks Kensington Gardens... read more
£ 323.61View Rates
NW1 3UP, London, Albany Street
Next to Regent's Park and 1 mile from Camden Town, Meliá White House offers luxurious rooms and an award-winning Spanish restaurant and Dry Martini cocktail bar. Guests can relax in the cocktail bar with an... read more
£ 128.00View Rates
NW1 6JQ, London, 222 Marylebone Road
In the heart of London’s fashionable Marylebone, this deluxe hotel has a stunning glass-roofed 8-story atrium with towering palm trees, an award-winning restaurant, luxurious bedrooms and an indoor pool and spa. The spacious air-conditioned rooms... read more
£ 264.60View Rates
SE1 7TJ, London, 18 Albert Embankment
On the South Bank of the River Thames, Plaza on the River suites offer elegant, luxury accommodation. Many have superb views of London, whilst some have a modern fitted kitchen. With free WiFi, air-conditioned suites... read more
£ 191.20View Rates
FY1 2JQ, Blackpool, North Promenade
Set on Blackpool's promenade, 1 mile from Blackpool Tower, The Grand Hotel Blackpool * 3 has an indoor pool and modern gym. Each modern room at The Grand Hotel Blackpool features a 32-inch flat-screen TV,... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
W2 1JU, London, 225 Edgware Road
Hilton London Metropole has a modern leisure club and executive lounge. The hotel is a 15-minute walk from Oxford Street, and just 600 metres from Paddington Station. The rooms at Hilton London Metropole have LCD... read more
£ 140.82View Rates
Cities and Towns
Bury St Edmunds
Why stay in a hotel instead of other accommodations?
If you are traveling to the UK, the most convenient and affordable accommodation option would be to stay in a hotel. Not only are there numerous hotel facilities to choose from, there are also very detailed online reviews of each facility to help with your research so that you get exactly what you pay for.
Hotels have several advantages over other accommodation options:
1. Better security: When staying in a hotel, you will feel safer than you would if you used other accommodation options, especially if you are alone. Plus, there is always a 24-hour reception desk for you to call in case you need anything.
2. Housekeeping: It feels nice to leave a messy room and come back to find it clean, fresh and shiny every time as if you have your very own little magical elves that take care of you. Fresh towels and fresh sheets every night are heavens on earth.
3. With so many options, to choose from, it is easy to find one that is cheap and caters to all your needs regarding your travel plans. You can find one close to public transport or places you want to visit.
4. They have concierges who have a wealth of information about the city. They can recommend the best places to visit, where to get great food, among others. It is nice to have a friendly person to talk to when you are alone in a foreign country.
On the other hand, some of the cons include:
1. Limited capacity: If you are traveling with a family of six, you will probably have to book two rooms as most hotel rooms accommodate up to three guests at a time.
2. Hotels can be quite expensive. Although some of them can be affordable, sometimes services are staggered out, meaning you may have to pay for food, parking, and other amenities separately from the cost of the room itself, which can hurt your budget.
What is it like to stay in a hotel?
If you get a nice hotel, your stay can be quite pleasant and stress-free. With all your needs catered for, you can focus your energies on site seeing and taking up the culture of the people, meaning you can reap the most from your vacation.
If you want a stress free travel and accommodation experience, then hotels are the best option for you.
Pro Tips: How to get Cheap Hotels
If you are strapped for cash, the best way to go may be to get a hotel accommodation option to match your budget. Here is how you can get the cheapest hotels in the UK:
1. Book midweek: Staying at a hotel in the middle of the week will be significantly cheaper than doing so on a Friday or over the weekend. This will really help your budget.
2. Look for all-inclusive deals: If you can find a deal that is one blanket payment for everything, it will go a long way in helping you save.
3. Book online: Our site offer discounts when you book your hotel. Take advantage of this.
Many Accommodation Options
There are many accommodation options available for anyone traveling to the United Kingdom. These options can broadly be categorized into four groups: hotels, apartments, B&Bs (bed and breakfast), or hostels. If you cannot seem to make up your mind about what the ideal option for you is, this article will shed some light on what each of these choices entails. This way, you will hopefully have an easier time reaching a decision.
So what exactly does each option have to offer?
A hotel is perfect for shorter-term stays. They offer affordable meals, lodging, and other services to their guests. Generally, hotel rooms are numbered, and they may vary from smaller rooms to larger, better quality suites, all with different price tags.
A bed and breakfast will typically offer overnight accommodation and a breakfast as a package service. B&Bs are typically small lodging establishments, rarely having more than 12 rooms.
Renting an apartment is a great alternative accommodation method if you want a larger space, if you will be staying at one place for a long time, and if are willing to spend a little more cash. The downside is that apartments are not as cheap as hotels. Also, picking the wrong apartment can completely ruin your vacation so do your research really well before making up your mind.
Hostels are budget oriented establishments that provide accommodation and cheap food. They tend to cater to specific groups of people, such as students or travelers. Typical hostels will usually have shared amenities, such as bunk beds, shared bathrooms, shared kitchen facilities, among others. Some of them offer private room facilities at a fee.