Aldwych Hotels

Average price from £70

Aldwych Hotels

A holiday in Aldwych allows visitors to explore the charms of the historic area as well as the attractions in the rest of London.

Connected to the bustling Strand, Aldwych provides a degree of sumptuous tranquillity in the heart of the British capital.

Hotels in Aldwych
  • London Blackfriars (Fleet Street)

    1-2 Dorset Rise London EC4Y 8EN
    (0.6 miles) Based on 2657 traveller reviews
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    £79.00
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  • London Leicester Square

    1 Leicester Place Leicester Square London WC2H 7BP
    (0.5 miles) Based on 1194 traveller reviews
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    £84.00
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  • London Euston

    1 Dukes Road London WC1H 9PJ
    (1.2 miles) Based on 2983 traveller reviews
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    £70.00
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  • London County Hall

    County Hall Belvedere Road London SE1 7PB
    (0.7 miles) Based on 5454 traveller reviews
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    £70.00
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  • London Waterloo (Westminster Bridge)

    85 York Road Waterloo London SE1 7NJ
    (0.6 miles) Based on 2137 traveller reviews
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    £70.00
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  • London Kings Cross

    26-30 York Way Kings Cross London N1 9AA
    (1.4 miles) Based on 2982 traveller reviews
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    £83.00
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  • London Southwark (Borough Market)

    Bankside 34 Park Street London SE1 9EF
    (1.2 miles) Based on 890 traveller reviews
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    £70.00
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  • London Southwark (Tate Modern)

    15A Great Suffolk Street Southwark London SE1 0FL
    (0.9 miles) Based on 1208 traveller reviews
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    £89.50
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Enjoying your time in Aldwych

One of the main attractions in Aldwych is its rich cultural heritage, with the area famous for its West End theatres.

The Novello Theatre, which was originally opened in 1905, is one of the most respected in the city and still attracts some of the largest shows around. The Aldwych Theatre is also a must-see for art lovers, with the historic venue still staging a fine array of dramatic and musical performances.

Guests of the convenient Premier Inn hotel can also enjoy the London Transport Museum, which explains the story and legacy of London's transport vehicles. The neoclassical Somerset House is also just a short walk from the hotel, with the building now containing one of London's best art galleries.