Accomodation in Central London
|| With thousands
of hotels to choose from deciding on your perfect accommodation
can be a daunting task.
Central London stretches from the West End to Kings Cross
with all the popular tourist spots in between, and if
you want to book into accommodation here be prepared to
get caught up in the busy city life and the tourist trail.
If you want to stay close to the station try hotels such
as The London Ryan [map],
Kings Cross Road, and The Thistle Islington [map] close by. Both are situated just a few metres from Kings
Cross and offer good access to the nearby tube station
too. Both hotels are also popular with both travellers
and business visitors and The Thistle Islington has the
added benefit of a popular Mediterranean restaurant the Faya Restaurant and Bar [map], which has a growing reputation
for fine cuisine.
Westminster offers a good range of hotels with some fantastic
views over some very familiar landmarks. Try the luxuriously
modern hotel Victoria Park Plaza [map],
for style and comfort in four-star surroundings.
In the shadow of Nelson’s Column you can choose
from a range of luxurious hotels. Try the modernity of The Thistle Trafalgar Square [map],
for central convenience.
Bloomsbury isn’t just for literature lovers as there’s
a range of privately owned guesthouses and smaller hotels in this district. Choose from family-run bed and breakfasts to stylish
boudoirs with dark wood panelling, it’s up to you.
Go for luxury at the four-star Euston Plaza [map] or The Great Russell Hotel [map].
Alternatively, try the modern splendour of The Bonnington
Head to Covent Garden [map] and The West End for
a good – and often expensive – hotel that’s
close to all the theatres. Many of these hotels offer
a range of theatre packages and allow you to combine your
evening with a meal before a night in the audience.
There’s a range of top hotels here from The Ritz to The Hilton and The Radisson chain for
those seeking famous-named chic, head to our Luxury
section for more information.
Familiar names such as Novotel and Ibis offer good family deals for those looking to spend a comfortable,
yet affordable, few nights in Central London and if your
budget really doesn’t stretch you’ll find
a range of great youth hostels, many with their
own on-site eateries, that’ll ensure you rest in
a safe environment and even make friends with other international
If you’re travelling in a group you might be keen
to take advantage of the many travel agencies that offer
rented apartments and houses in central locations. See
how the businesspeople of the City in EC1 live by booking
to stay in one of the many swish designer loft conversations
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