Cheaper Places to stay in Central London - City Centre
SW3 3QX, London, 35 Ixworth Place
This hotel is 550 yards from South Kensington London Underground Station. Free WiFi is available at the property. On a quiet street in Chelsea, Sonder l Chelsea Green is 550 yards from the shops on... read more
£ 46.61View Rates
WC2N 5BY, London, 8 Northumberland Avenue
Just off Trafalgar Square, in Central London, this beautifully restored Victorian building houses a 4-star luxury hotel offering free Wi-Fi and elegant air-conditioned rooms. In London's West End, metres from Nelson's Column, the Grand at... read more
£ 93.00View Rates
E2 8PP, London, 437 Hackney Road
Mama Shelter London is a modern hotel with stylish and comfortable rooms, a large restaurant and a lively bar in the veranda. The reception is open 24 hours a day and the staff speaks 5... read more
WC1H 0HT, London, 17-18 Upper Woburn Place
In a magnificent Victorian building, the 4-star Hilton Euston features 2 stylish restaurants and is located just a 5-minute walk from Euston Station. The elegant bedrooms at Hilton London Euston each have a luxurious marble... read more
£ 99.00View Rates
W1J 0BH, London, 21 Piccadilly
With a superb central location between Piccadilly and Regent Street, this historical central hotel features spacious, elegant rooms provide everything you need for a stay in the city center. Stylishly furnished, the spacious rooms at... read more
W2 6BD, London, 3 Kingdom Street, Sheldon Square
The stylish Novotel London Paddington is located in Central London, 200 metres from Paddington Station. It offers complimentary WiFi, spacious bedrooms, a fine restaurant and leisure facilities including a pool and sauna. Light and airy... read more
£ 90.00View Rates
WC2N 5BY, London, 8 Northumberland Avenue
Just off Trafalgar Square, Club Quarters has an elegant brasserie and boutique rooms with free Wi-Fi. The National Gallery and Nelson’s Column are a 2-minute walk away. Set in a grand building, Club Quarters Trafalgar... read more
£ 93.00View Rates
W6 8DR, London, 1 Shortlands
This stylish Novotel is just 5 minutes’ walk from Hammersmith Apollo, and less than 2 km from Westfield London. It provides spacious rooms, a fitness suite, and a chic lounge bar. Guests can dine in... read more
W6 0QU, London, 124 King Street
This modern hotel offers contemporary air-conditioned rooms in West London, only half a mile from 2 Tube Stations. Guests are 5 minutes’ walk from shops and the Hammersmith Apollo concert venue. The Holiday Inn Express... read more
£ 31.89View Rates
SW18 1EG, London, Smugglers Way
Just 200 metres from Wandsworth Town Rail Station, this modern hotel offers easy travel in and around London. Holiday Inn Express offers inclusive breakfast, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk and rooms with air conditioning.... read more
SE1 0JQ, London, 103 - 109 Southwark Street
In the vibrant South Bank district, Holiday Inn Express Southwark is within 0.5 miles of 2 Tube Stations. Modern air-conditioned rooms each have a flat-screen TV and private bathroom. All of the bright, airy rooms... read more
£ 65.34View Rates
WC1A 2SD, London, Bloomsbury Way
In London's Bloomsbury area, The Kingsley is a 4-minute walk from Holborn Underground Station.The Shaftesbury Theatre is located 0.2 miles from the property and free Wi-Fi is available throughout. All of the spacious en suite... read more
£ 92.00View Rates
WC1B 5AD, London, 126 Southampton Row
Set in a charming Edwardian building, The Bloomsbury Park is between the City and the West End, a 5-minute walk to Russell Square Tube Station. It has a restaurant, 2 bars and bright, modern rooms.... read more
£ 72.00View Rates
WC2N 5HX, London, The Strand
Just steps from Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden, The Clermont London, Charing Cross is housed in a beautiful, Grade II-listed building next to Charing Cross train station. This 4-star hotel features a restaurant and stylish... read more
£ 171.27View Rates
WC2H 7HG, London, Whitcomb Street, Trafalgar Square
Thistle Trafalgar Square is located on a quiet street just off London's lively Leicester Square. It is next to the National Portrait Gallery, in the middle of the West End and the famous Theatreland area.... read more
£ 112.00View Rates
SW1W 0SJ, London, 101 Buckingham Palace Road
Combining modern comforts with Victorian opulence, this Grade II listed railway hotel is in the heart of the of London Victoria. Located next to London Victoria station, The Clermont London is easily connected to everything... read more
SE10 8JA, London, 173 - 185 Greenwich High Rd
Neighbouring Greenwich Train/DLR Station, the 4-star Novotel London Greenwich is just 10 minutes' drive from the O2 Arena. This modern hotel offers private onsite parking and boasts a fitness centre, a stylish restaurant, and spacious... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
WC2A 3JW, London, 61 Lincoln's Inn Fields
Just 300 metres from Holborn Underground Station, this hotel has an outdoor terrace which overlooks Lincoln's Inn Fields. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout the hotel, and each en suite room includes a desk with... read more
£ 103.95View Rates
W14 0DJ, London, 3 - 5 Rockley Road
Situated in West London and just a 5-minute walk from Shepherd’s Bush Tube Station, ibis London Shepherds Bush - Hammersmith offers contemporary accommodation. It features an on-site restaurant and bar and free WiFi is available... read more
£ 61.46View Rates
SE10 8FR, London, Catherine Grove Greenwich
Located in Royal Greenwich, DoubleTree by Hilton London Greenwich is just 15 minutes’ walk from the historic ship The Cutty Sark, and the National Maritime Museum. A gym area is available on site, and rowing,... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
W2 3AT, London, 47-48 Leinster Gardens,
Set in a historically listed Victorian building close to Queensway’s shops, restaurants and bars, Hyde Park Boutique Hotel enjoys a quiet residential location. WiFi is available for free throughout the building. Rooms are spacious, and... read more
EC1V 2RL, London, 136-144 City Road
The Z Hotel Shoreditch is located just 15 minutes' walk away from the Shoreditch High Street and Hoxton Square. All rooms feature hand-crafted beds, a 48-inch Samsung HD TV with free Sky Sports and Movie... read more
E16 2FQ, London, 1018 Dockside Road
Located in the heart of London's Docklands, this Holiday Inn Express is a 7-minute walk from the ExCel and a 1.1 miles from London City Airport. High-speed free WiFi is accessible throughout, and there are... read more
£ 36.30View Rates
EC4Y 1AA, London, 23-28 Fleet Street
The Z Hotel City offers accommodation in central London, opposite the Royal Courts of Justice and just a few minutes' walk from Chancery Lane and Temple Tube Station. Covent Garden is less than 15 minutes... read more
E8 1JW, London, 2 Aspland Grove
Located a minute’s walk from Hackney Central station, Kip offers accommodation with free WiFi. Guests are 300 metres from Hackney Empire theatre, and can reach Westfield Stratford City via public transport within 15 minutes. Each... read more
£ 29.75View Rates
W1U 8JF, London, 51 Gloucester Place
The Z Hotel at Gloucester Place offers accommodation in London, half a mile from Selfridges & Co on Oxford Street, and within a 10-minute walk from Edgware Road Underground Station. The hotel features free WiFi... read more
EC2A 3ET, London, 6 Holywell Lane
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, citizenM London Shoreditch offers accommodation in London, just a 3-minute walk from Shoreditch High Street Station. Every room is fitted with a flat-screen TV, free toiletries, a hairdryer, wall-to-wall... read more
£ 63.84View Rates
SW8 1XX, London, 152 Old South Lambeth Road
Best Western Plus Vauxhall Hotel offers accommodation in London, 3 miles from Battersea. Conveniently located in the Lambeth district, the property is located 2 miles from Westminster Abbey and Houses of Parliament. The accommodation features... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
E16 2FQ, London, Dockside Road, London, E16 2FQ
Located in London, 9-minutes' walk from the ExCel London exhibition centre and 5.3 km from O2 Arena, Hampton By Hilton London Docklands boasts air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen... read more
£ 44.00View Rates
SE1 8PB, London, 40 Blackfriars Road
The Hoxton, Southwark is located by the Blackfriars Bridge in London, within walking distance from the South Bank and some of the main attractions of the city. The rooms at this hotel are designed with... read more
London United Kingdom – Why Go ?
Travelling to London doesn’t need to break the bank. Trying to make savings on your accommodation or hotel is tricky. Making reservations and paying in advance will always save you money. Most people search for a hotel online and by doing this way you can find a cheaper room rate for the same hotel.
London is one of the most amazing cities on the planet. Not only is it the centre of global finance, but it’s also home to more upmarket tourist attractions than anywhere else in the British Isles. Just ask any of your friends who’ve been here before, and they’ll tell you that a trip to the capital can be lifechanging.
From the luxurious grounds of Buckingham Palace to the political hub of number 10 Downing Street, this location is perfect for creating memories that will last a lifetime.
Those of you interested in spending some time shopping won’t be disappointed either as London has some of the best retail districts in the country. If you’re planning a full day out, you could take some time out to browse through all the stores on Oxford Street before heading down to Covent Garden and checking out all the boutique shops.
Just around the corner you’ll find Hyde Park, which is one of the largest green open spaces in this city. There’s always something going on, and if you travel at the right time of year you could encounter live music, interesting dance performances or even markets around Christmas. Popular is staying in the capital city at the end of the year during New Year’s Eve. One of the most popular events is the London Marathon, Britain’s largest running event. Rooms sell out quickly, so book early when staying in the city for the London Marathon.
Central London represents the most private area of London, England. The boundaries of this region aren’t clearly reflected by an official definition; however there are a few basic characteristics that individualize it. Central London is famous for its internationally prominent facilities and organisations, considerable daytime population, an extremely high rateable value and its office developments.
In case you want to be close to some of the most amazing London-based attractions, including the Royal Palaces, the National Gallery, the British Museum, the University of London, the Tate Gallery, the Law Courts, the Government Headquarters, as well as numerous well-known entertainment and shopping centres, you should definitely plan your stay at one of the many cheap hotels or B&Bs located in the city centre.
Even if the weather isn’t working in your favour, you will still manage to get more familiar with the hidden gems of the city center by simply going for a short walk.
Places to Stay – Where Should You Stay During Your Trip ?
On our website, you’ll find lots of brilliant budget hotels and the cheapest accommodation perfect for a cheap trip to London. If family rooms and indoor swimming pools are your thing, you certainly won’t be disappointed with the selection on offer.
All you have to do is search through our database and find something suitable. Luckily, this is incredibly easy and can be done in seconds.
Those who wish to discover the well-kept secrets of central London should definitely start by researching available accommodation options that will ensure a superior level of comfort on a daily basis without leaving them high and dry.
The Arch London is known as one of the quietest city center hotels, where you could get a perfect night’s sleep and listen to your own thoughts in a great location. In case you want to indulge yourself and profit from a touch of luxury, you may want to book a room at the Corinthia Hotel London, described by most of its clients as a little gem that creates a favourable impression mostly due to its awesome location, elegant and spacious rooms and more than satisfactory service.
If you can spend anywhere from 50 pounds to 280 pounds per night, you can check out a plenitude of appealing alternatives, including Westbury Hotel, The Belgrave, Kingsway Hall or Royal Horseguards. If all you can think about it a delicious, consistent breakfast and a nice, comfortable bed, note that you can also find many apartments for rent and affordable B&Bs in central London.
St. Giles London is an exceptional 3-star B&B with rates starting from 50 pounds per night. Rathbone Hotel is a luxurious 4-star boutique conveniently located above Soho with reasonably priced rates. Park Lane 5 Star, Ambassador Blooms, Huttons Hotel, Piccadilly 5 star and St. James Court Hotel are a few other remarkable options that you may factor in, as long as you’re interested in finding the best B&B offers in the city centre.
Self-catering accommodation can also offer a saving and eating in instead of going out is a tried and trusted way to save cash. There are numerous five-star hotels in Central London. By trying a place with three or four to starts you might find a real gem at a great price. The difference is often only a missing luxury swimming pool or second restaurant when compared to a five-star hotel.
Picking a place to stay slightly away from the tourist traps, but on a tube or bus route, will be cheaper. Places outside of the city like Wimbledon or Maidenhead have short journey times into London and can save you plenty. Similarly, you will find hotels near busy places like Piccadilly Circus might be expensive and can also be noisy with traffic sounds.
Avoiding the busy seasons in London can save plenty of money on accommodation as well. Late spring and during the summer will be busy, as will the month of December when the Christmas shoppers descend.
All in all, no matter what type of accommodation you choose with just a little bit of our help, you will manage to turn your London experience into an unforgettable memory.
When visiting the city for business, Excel Centre hotels and accommodation is found in the London Docklands area.
Which Tourist Attractions Should You Check Out ?
Well, as we mentioned, Buckingham Palace and all the main shopping districts are incredibly popular amongst tourists, but there’s also a lot of other places worthy of your attention.
If you’re staying for a week or more, you might like to visit, The London Eye, The London Dungeon, The Houses of Parliament, The Tower of London, The British Museum, The Science Museum, The Churchill War Rooms and many more.
If you’d like to find out details about admission prices or opening times, there is a plethora of information online. Remember though, the British Government made all museums accessible free of charge to the general public, so if you don’t have much money to spend, that’s not a problem.
In conclusion, London is a magical city that draws in millions of travelers from all over the world. If you’re a UK citizen and you’ve never been to this beautiful and exciting metropolis before, now is most definitely the time to take a leap of faith and start making plans.
We guarantee you’ll have an amazing time, regardless of how large or small your budget may be. Just remember to avoid the black cabs and use the tube if you need to watch the pennies, as that’s the cheapest way of getting around, especially if you have a partner and kids in tow.
Primary Railway Stations
Main train stations ?
The capital city of London is well connected by rail to all major cities in England, Wales and Scotland.
Additional international trains operate from St Pancras International Station to Brussels and Paris operating.
Main overground railway stations are Waterloo Station, Victoria train and coach station, Charing Cross, Euston Train Station, Kings Cross station, London Liverpool Street Station, London Bridge, Marylebone Railway Station, Fenchurch Street, and Paddington Rail Station.
Long distance train services connect the city with central Birmingham, Leeds city station, Bristol Temple Meads, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Cardiff Central St. in Wales, Edinburgh Waverley in Scotland and Glasgow Central St..
Where is London
Where is London ?
The capital city of England is located in the south-east of the country. The city lies on the banks of the River Thames.
- Reading in Berkshire — 37 miles
- Brighton & Hove in East Sussex — 45 miles
- Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire — 46 miles
- Cambridge in Cambridgeshire — 49 miles
- Eastbourne in East Sussex — 51 miles
Visitors flying to London have several options.
The city’s two main airports are London Heathrow International Airport LHR and Gatwick LGW international airport, both airports serve numerous destinations all over the world.
London’s Stansted Airport STN, which is located 40 miles to the north is the city’s third busiest airport. Other main airports are Luton LTN international and Southend international airport. All airports offer scheduled and charter flights to a wide range of European and UK destinations.
The smallest airport is London City Airport. This airport serves the city’s financial district.
Theatres – Musical Venues
- Piccadilly Theatre
- Prince Edward Theatre
- Queens theatre
- Lyceum Theatre
- Prince of Wales
- Her Majesty’s Theatre
- Royal Drury Lane Theatre
- Dominion Theatre
- Apollo Victoria Theatre
- See more London Theatres
Some Attractions and Sights
Houses of Parliament (Westminster, Old Palace Yard, London SW1A 0AA, England): located inside the Palace of Westminster. Well worth a visit.
Big Ben (Elizabeth Tower – Houses of Parliament, Westminster SW1A 0AA, England): famous tower clock. Big Ben is one of the most beautiful structures in London UK.
Westminster Abbey (Broad Sanctuary, SW1P 3PA, Westminster / Belgravia): stunning piece of Gothic architecture. It has been the British Coronation Church since 1066.
Buckingham Palace (Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1A 1AA, England (Mayfair / St James’s / Piccadilly / Green Park )): Royal London residence and well worth a visit. The artworks and materials are incredible.
Westminster Cathedral (42 Francis Street, SW1P 1QW Victoria): Cathedral with unique medieval architecture filled with history.
Methodist Central Hall (Storeys Gate, SW1 9NH): magnificent building.
10 Downing Street (Downing Street, SW1 Westminster / Belgravia): headquarters of Her Majesty’s Government and the official residence and office of the First Lord of the Treasury. Office now invariably held by the Prime Minister.
Thames Riverboats (Westminster Pier, London SW1A 2JH): Thames River cruises. It’s a great way to see London.
St James’s Park (Horse Guards Road, The Storeyard, London SW1A 2BJ, England (Mayfair / St James’s / Piccadilly / Green Park )): oldest Royal Park in London just a short walk from Buckingham Palace. It’s a very picturesque park with ponds, fountains and various birds including pelicans. It’s tranquil, lush, and green.