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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 […]

Hotels near Hyde Park


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


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


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


Home to the British Museum, Bloomsbury has been historically known as a neighborhood for popular writers and intellectuals, as well as pre-Raphaelite painters and Romantic poets. Full of leafy squares and well connected by public transport, this is an ideal location for travelers seeking mid-priced lodgings and a quiet, residential vibe.

Bloomsbury Hotels



One of central London‘s most bustling tourist areas, Piccadilly can be both garish and elegant. Towards the northern end, crowded and neon-studded Piccadilly Circus is the center of the West End theatre district and leads to several of the London’s most popular shopping streets. Bordered by St James’s Park to the southeast, Mayfair to the west and Green Park to […]

Piccadilly Hotels