Budget Accommodation in London
|| If you want to
do it all without breaking the bank you’ll find
a range of affordable accommodation options that’ll
leave you with enough cash to really enjoy the sights
and sounds of the city.
From comfortable hotels to fun and friendly youth hostels,
there’s a range of reasonable rooms out there.
For your first port of call for good value accommodation
is Camden. Camden offers a range of hotels with simple
rooms and great overnight deals. Check out the MacDonald
Argyle Square, Kings Cross, Camden, and Swinton Hotel
Swinton Street, Kings Cross, Camden, for starters.
If everywhere is fully booked you’re almost guaranteed
a room at The Royal National Hotel [map],
Russell Square. This imposing hotel has rooms for 2,000
guests and if your party is large at least you’ll
know that you can relax in comfort.
If you fancy staying in a hostel but want to ensure your
own safety, it’s wise to check out the Youth
Hostel Association recommended hostels. Their website
is located at www.yha.org.uk.
Try The City of London Youth Hostel [map],
Carter Lane, for centrally located accommodation that
has views across St Paul’s Cathedral.
The Museum Inn [map],
Montague Street, is part of the Astor Youth Hostel chain and offers comfortable accommodation in a fun environment
that’s just a stones throw away from central attractions.
If you’re the social type this is a great way to
make friends with visitors and back-packers from across
The County Hotel [map],
Bloomsbury, is perfect for student travellers and offers
shared accommodation at fantastically low rates.
If you’re looking for no-frills accommodation check
out some of the universities in the area. Places like King’s College, at Strand Bridge House, Strand,
offer discount bed and breakfast in student accommodation
during summer and winter vacation periods.
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