Located in the quiet Nothing Hill neighborhood in Central London, Lords Hotel is excellent for any type of traveler. Whether you are a budget traveler or a family staying in London during the vacation, this hotel is the perfect choice. And although it’s located in Central London, it offers rooms for all budgets. The hotel is located very close to […]
Search above for the best prices on cheap hotels in London Though the London Eye is one of London’s (and the world’s) most popular attractions, several of the surrounding neighborhoods are in the midst of evolving from working-class to trendy and/or commercial to residential. In general, staying near the London Eye means immersing yourself in the excitement of big-city life, […]
Just southwest of the City of London and right beside the Thames, the neighborhood of Westminster (not to be confused with its borough, the City of Westminster) contains many of the city’s tourist attractions, including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Cathedral. Hotels in this area offer an extremely convenient location for first-time visitors.
The south London neighborhood of Waterloo is the site of a popular train station, and full of well-preserved 18th- and 19th-century houses and narrow alleyways. Along an embankment area known as The Cut, you’ll find the BFI IMAX theater, Old Vic and Young Vic stages. Along Lower Marsh Street you’ll find many stylish eateries, shops and pubs.
The trendy central London neighborhood of Clerkenwell is home to writers, publishers and architects, many of whom live in desirable lofts that used to be watch factories and warehouses. Highlights include The Eagle, the world’s first gastropub; popular nightclubs like Turnmills and Fabric; Exmouth Market, famous for well-priced fashion and produce; and St Bartholomew’s Church, seen in the movie Four Weddings and a […]
The area known as the City of London is the city’s historic core; many of its streets still follow the same paths as the original Roman roads, and pieces of the boundary wall of Londinium still remain here. The City today is largely a financial district, but important landmarks like St Paul’s Cathedral (which leads straight to the Millennium Bridge over the […]
The West End neighborhood of Soho contains more restaurants, clubs and bars than any other in London. Known as the center of the city’s gay community, it’s bordered by Chinatown, the theater district of Piccadilly Circus, and by Oxford Street, the most popular shopping boulevard in Europe.
Search above for the best prices on cheap hotels in London The neighborhoods surrounding Hyde Park – one of London’s most beautiful green spaces – are generally leafy, residential and upscale; Chelsea, Kensington and Marble Arch especially fit this bill. Only Earls Court and South Kensington offer any significant budget options in terms of hotels, while Marylebone, which abuts both […]
A quiet, upscale west London neighborhood with a spectacular location, Marble Arch is named for a Cararra-marble monument that stands at the intersection of Oxford Street, Park Lane, and Edgware Road, almost directly opposite Speakers’ Corner in Hyde Park.