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One of the most popular neighborhoods for first-time visitors to London, South Kensington is home to three of the city’s most-touristed museums — the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert, and the Science Museum — which are just blocks from Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park. The South Kensington Tube station is a hub for several subway lines, connecting you […]

South Kensington Hotels


The central London neighborhood of Marylebone features a few of London’s most popular family attractions – Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Pollock’s Toy Museum, and the Sherlock Holmes Museum. Set to the south of gorgeous Regent’s Park and to the north of the city’s largest Arab/Lebanese community along the Edgware Road, Marylebone is well connected to the entire city by several […]

Marylebone Hotels


Best known as home to Harrods department store, Knightsbridge is one of London’s most exclusive, fashionable neighborhoods. Just south of Hyde Park and full of shopping opportunities, this is a great area for walking around but offers few bargains in terms of restaurants or hotel rooms.

Knightsbridge Hotels



One of the most densely populated and upscale residential neighborhoods in the city, Kensington features Kensington Gardens, Holland Park and the fashionable Kensington High Street. Staying here provides an ideal compromise between touristy and local London.

Hotels in Kensington London


Long a scruffy, budget haven for Australian and Kiwi students and backpackers, Earls Court is now transitioning to a higher real estate bracket. It’s very close to the South Kensington and Chelsea neighborhoods, both of which are more consistently upscale, with great shopping and dining opportunities. Earls Court is best known as home to the Earls Court & Olympia Exhibition […]

Earls Court Hotels


A bustling tourist and transit district in the center of London, Victoria is convenient to most of the city’s greatest attractions, theatre and nightlife. You’ll find few quiet corners here, but it’s an ideal location for first-time London visitors on a budget.

Hotels in Victoria London



One of the city’s most fashionable commercial neighborhoods, Mayfair is home to many of London’s most expensive hotels, restaurants and afternoon tea rooms, as well as a large concentration of embassies and consulates. A beautiful place to stay for those who can afford it, Mayfair is bordered by both Hyde Park and Green Park.

Mayfair Hotels


Adjacent to Buckingham Palace, Green Park and St James’s Park, this is one of the world’s most expensive neighborhoods in terms of real estate; many of its enormous, elegant houses are so costly that they’ve been purchased by charitable organizations and corporations rather than homeowners. Ironically, while there are a handful of London’s finest boutique hotels here, there are also […]

Belgravia Hotels


Euston Station is a major railway and underground station in central London, close to King’s Cross, Regent’s Park and Bloomsbury attractions like the British Museum. The surrounding neighborhood is full of budget hotels and tends to attract travelers in their early 20s and families with young children.

Euston Station Hotels



Arguably one of the most beautiful small parks in central London, Russell Square lies within the neighborhood of Bloomsbury, near the British Museum. Well connected by public transit, the mostly mid-priced lodgings and inexpensive ethnic restaurants here are popular with young couples and repeat London visitors seeking both convenience and residential surroundings.

Russell Square Hotels