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GO Bed & Breakfast in Central London

Bed and Breakfast in Cental London If you’re looking for a comfortable base from which to carry out some serious sight-seeing booking into a bed and breakfast can offer an economical alternative to the expensive hotels of Central London.

One of the best places to find a B&B is Bloomsbury. The literary district of West Central London has a range of good value traditional B&Bs offering a range of comfortable facilities close to all the best attractions.

Try The Lonsdale Hotel [map] or The Cosmo Bedford House Hotel [map], Bloomsbury Square, for a room with tea and coffee making facilities and a TV. Traditional English breakfasts are par for the course at many of these B&Bs; so prepare to welcome a great feast of a fry-up the following morning. Alternatively, lighter continental breakfasts are usually available.

If you’re visiting London in a group, why not book into one of Bloomsbury’s most famous hostels: The Generator [map]. This massive 800-room hostel is home to backpackers from across the globe and provides a great excuse to rub shoulders with international tourists. Close to the Russell Square tube. The hostel provides customers with a lively bar and Internet access, as well as karaoke and a live DJ on most nights.

Staying in Russell Square, the St Athan’s Hotel [map] at Tavistock Place, offers affordable twin or double accommodation in a central location.
As an alternative destination try EC3, which is the postcode of London’s financial, banking and insurance district. There are several great B&Bs in this fascinating area, offering slightly cheaper accommodation to Bloomsbury. Book into The Club Quarters [map], Gracechurch Street, for tranquillity amongst the many offices, churches and taverns of the area.

In Kings Cross B&B accommodation is plentiful but visitors should be prepared to pay more for the location as it’s so close to the station and tube station. Go for a family-run hotel such as The Jesmond Dene Hotel [map], Argyle Street, Kings Cross, and The Alhambra Hotel [map] on the same street.

One of the best B&B’s close to the station is definitely The MacDonald Hotel [map]. This pretty family-run B&B offers exceptional value for money considering its location and a warm and cosy atmosphere.

B&Bs are so plentiful in Central London that agencies have now been set up to find the perfect bed and breakfast hotel to meet your needs.

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