Hotels in Farringdon

Average price from £70

Farringdon Hotels

Farringdon's roots stretch back to the very founding of London.

Overflowing with historic architecture and home to lots of creative, design and furniture studios, Farringdon is a popular destination for business meetings and work trips.

Premier Inn has some of the best value hotels in Farringdon and its surrounding areas so make sure you book in advance to save on your trip to London.

Hotels near Farringdon
  • London Blackfriars (Fleet Street)

    1-2 Dorset Rise London EC4Y 8EN
    (0.5 miles) Based on 2657 traveller reviews
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    £79.00
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  • London Southwark (Tate Modern)

    15A Great Suffolk Street Southwark London SE1 0FL
    (1 miles) Based on 1208 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £89.50
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  • London Southwark (Borough Market)

    Bankside 34 Park Street London SE1 9EF
    (1.1 miles) Based on 890 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £70.00
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  • London Kings Cross

    26-30 York Way Kings Cross London N1 9AA
    (1.1 miles) Based on 2982 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £83.00
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  • London City (Old Street)

    Corsham Street London N1 6DR
    (0.9 miles) Based on 1891 traveller reviews
    Average price from
    £90.50
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Breaks in Farringdon

St Paul's Cathedral is one of London's most spectacular landmarks and can be easily accessed from hotels in Farringdon. Designed by Christopher Wren in 1669, the cathedral's domed ceiling and Great Western Door have drawn tourists to the area for centuries.

Holidaymakers staying with Premier Inn in Farringdon can also take advantage of Smithfield Market during their time in London. A meat market has existed here for more than 800 years, with the majority of stalls still operating from an enclosed building on the original site.

The Museum of London is another attraction close to Farringdon. Its collection tells the story of the capital from prehistoric to modern times and includes such interesting items as the Mayor of London's state carriage.