Before booking your hotels in London, it is important to carefully plan your London activities for yourself and your family. Having done that, you will need to check the locations of these planned activities.
If these activities are widely
spread throughout the city, then you will need to book into
centrally located hotels in London to save you travelling time.
If you are travelling with people with disabilities, mention
your needs at the time of reservation, and contact the provider
24 to 48 hours before your arrival to confirm that proper
accommodations have been made. Most larger hotels in London are
well equiped with facilities for the convenience and comfort of
Hotels in London within a radius of a mile of Trafalgar Square
are ideally located for Theatreland. Attractions like the London
Eye, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey are
all within easy reach of the hotels. If you are passionate about
museums, parks, palaces and shopping, then hotels around South
Kensington would be perfect.
If you are lucky to be allocated a room above the 10th or 11th floor of a hotel in Central London, you can enjoy a panoramic and superb night views of the city from your hotel room at no extra cost.
River facing suites will also give you an
interesting view of the activities along the River Thames.
If you are a business traveller and need to get to and from an airport quickly, then
hotels around Paddington and Edgware Road should be most suitable for you. Heathrow Express is the quickest way to travel between Paddington Station and Heathrow Airport. Train journey time is approximately 15 minutes. Paddington Station offers travellers check-in facilities from 18 airline companies - save hauling your luggage to the airport.
Victoria Station have similar check-in facilities and high
speed connections for visitors flying out of Gatwick Airport.
There are also several value for money hotels/theatre deals available.
For your convenience, the tabulation below are linked to hotels in London based on locations, and also the main attractions in each area.
||Hotels in Bayswater Area
||Serpentine Lake, Kensington Gardens, Princess Diana Memorial
Playground, Hyde Park Speakers Corner and Holland Park. Whiteley Shopping Centre,
Westfield Shopping Centre, Portobello Road Market. Excellent restaurants
|Bloomsbury and Russell Square
||Hotels in Bloomsbury and Russell Square Areas
||London University, The Royal Academy of Performing Arts, British
Museum, Within easy reach to Covent Garden and Leicester Square.
|City and Tower Bridge
||Hotels in the City and Tower Bridge Areas
||The Square Mile, St Paul's Cathedral, The Old Bailey, The Tower of
London, Tower Bridge
|Covent Garden and Strand
||Hotels in Covent Garden and Strand Areas
||Covent Garden street entertainment, designer stores, unique
boutiques, theatres, The Royal Opera House, London Transport Museum
|Docklands, Excel and Greenwich
||Hotels in Docklands, Excel and Greenwich Areas
||Waterside fine wining and dining and culture in the Museum in
Docklands, shopping, The ExCel Exhibition Centre for events and
exhibitions, O2 Arena in Greenwich.
|Earls Court and Hammersmith
||Hotels in Earls Court and Hammersmith Areas
||Concerts and events in Olympia, Earls Courts Exhibition Centre,
Apollo Theatre in Hammersmith
|Kensington High Street
||Hotels in High Street Kensington Area
||Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Royal Albert Hall, shopping in
Kensington High St.
|Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston
||Hotels in Kings Cross, St. Pancras and Euston Areas
||British Library, London Canal Museum, railway stations provide
excellent link to the centre of London, super night clubs and drinking
||Hotels in Knightsbridge Area
||Home to fashionable designer outlets, upmarket shopping in world
renowned stores like Harrods and Harvey Nichols, Exclusive wining and
dining and celebrity spotting areas.
|London Bridge and Southwark
||Hotels in London Bridge and Southwark Areas
||Southwark Cathedral, the Globe Theatre, Tate Modern, HMS Belfast,
Great area for wining and dining.
|Marylebone and Baker Street
||Hotels in Marylebone and Baker Street Areas
||Madame Tussauds, Regent's Park, London Zoo, Hyde Park, shopping in
Marylebone Road and Oxford Street. Great area for wining and dining and
|Mayfair and Park Lane
||Hotels in Mayfair and Park Lane Areas
||Buckingham Palace, Wellington Arch, shopping in Oxford Street, New
Bond Street, Regent Street, Burlington Arcade. Piccadilly Circus,
Theatreland, fine restaurants and night clubs. Hyde Park and Green Park.
||Hotels in Oxford Street Area
||Premier shopping street, the largest store being the legendry
Selfridges. Other shopping streets - Bond St., New Bond Street, Regent
St. Great area for nightlife with lots of fine restaurants catering for
exotic cuisines. Piccadilly Circus and Soho within walking distance.
|Paddington and Hyde Park
||Hotels in Paddington and Hyde Park Areas
||Grand Union Canal rich in public art and stunning architecture.
Paddington Station provides an express transport link to Heathrow
Airport. Shopping in Oxford Street and Westfield Shopping Centre is
within easy reach.
|Piccadilly and Leicester Square
||Hotels in Piccadilly and Leicester Square Areas
||Trafalgar Square, National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery,
Theatreland, great restaurants, cafes, pubs and night clubs,. Shopping
in Regent Street, Jermyn St.
|Regents Park and Hampstead
||Hotels in Regents Park and Hampstead Areas
||Regents Park Zoo, Open Air Theatre, Hampstead Heath, Parliament Hill
for the scenic views of London. Boutique shops in Hampstead.
||Hotels in South Kensington Area
||An array of world-class museums - The Natural History Museum, The
Science Museum, and The Victoria and Albert Museum. Concerts at the
Royal Albert Hall. Shopping in Knightsbridge and Kensington High Street.
||Hotels in Victoria Area
||Buckingham Palace. Changing of the Guards, Tate Britain, river walks
to soak up the stunning views of Westminster. Theatres and great
restaurants and pubs. Victoria Station has an express link to Gatwick
|Waterloo and Westminster
||Hotels in Waterloo and Westminster Area
||The London Eye, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey,
Whitehall and Downing Street. River Walks along the Thames Embankment
and enjoy the famous London landmarks. Take a river cruise. Great
restaurants and pubs.
Hotels in London
The above list of hotels in London will help you decide where to book your hotels based on the London attractions of interest to you. This will save you valuable travelling time to enable you to visit more places in London.