Weekend break to the capital? Whether it’s to shop or sight-see, book one of our Premier Inn hotels in London and you’ll really make the most of your visit. Clean and comfy, our London hotels are an oasis of calm in the city. But with locations from Angel to Westminster (and everywhere in between), where will you stay? Our guide can help.
Hotels in London
hub London Covent Garden
London Leicester Square
hub London Westminster Abbey
London Waterloo (Westminster Bridge)
London County Hall
hub London Westminster, St James's Park
London Blackfriars (Fleet Street)
hub London Goodge Street
London Southwark (Tate Modern)
London St Pancras
London Southwark (Bankside)
London Southwark (Borough High St)
London Kings Cross
hub London Kings Cross
London Bank (Tower)
hub London Tower Bridge
London Angel Islington
London Tower Bridge
London City (Old Street)
London City (Tower Hill)
London City (Aldgate)
hub London Spitalfields, Brick Lane
London Kensington (Earl's Court)
London Kensington (Olympia)
London Hammersmith (Ravenscourt Park)
hub by Premier Inn, London City Bank
Located at the heart of the capital’s business centre and surrounded by boutique bars and coffee shops, experience the buzz of central London with a stay at hub by Premier Inn London City Bank. Bank and Monument tube stattions are close by, meaning visiting landmarks like St Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London couldn't be easier.
hub by Premier Inn, London Soho
You’ll have the best of the West End right on your doorstep when you stay at our hub by Premier Inn London Soho. Catch a comedy show at the Soho Theatre or a musical at the London Palladium, before heading out for drinks at Leicester Square. Plus – with Oxford Street only a 10-minute walk away – you could hit the shops by day and enjoy a tasty meal back at our in-house Lounge restaurant in the evening.
Things to do in London
You can’t walk down a street in the capital without bumping into a historic building or three. But if beautiful architecture isn’t your thing, how about a fun trip to the Harry Potter Studio, the London Dungeon or the London Eye instead? Your big day out starts here.
Yes, there’s all the designer boutiques, upscale department stores and gleaming shopping malls you’d expect from one of the UK’s finest retail powerhouses. But if you’re after vintage threads or one-of-a-kind homewares, do not pass Go - head directly to a street market!
If shopping, eating and taking in the odd museum sounds tame, how about climbing up the O2 or sliding down Britain’s largest piece of public art? And, if the sun’s not got its hat on, London also has some unique indoor activities to try, from ice-wall climbing to adventure golf.
Places to eat
When it comes to quirky places to eat, London really does take some beating. Enjoy a latte at a cosy, candle-lit Victorian urinal. Try a retro cereal at a cafe dedicated to the breakfast bowl. Or blow the budget with a spot of tea at the Ritz.
Ye olde pubs, award-winning cocktail bars, hidden speakeasies with a wartime theme… London does nightlife incredibly well. But while the drinking scene is rich and varied, where should you head after last orders? Discover the best clubs in the swinging city here.
Besides all the top-name galleries, museums and exhibitions on offer, the capital also boasts one of the largest concentrations of universities in the world. And, with a lively student life both on and off campus, many of them have a unique culture all of their own.
In the city to catch a show? We don’t blame you. From comedy and musicals to serious theatre, there’s just so much on offer! Catch the hottest gigs in town or head to a once-a-year event like the Notting Hill Carnival, with the help of our handy guide.
Whether you’re in London for business or pleasure, our guide can get you from the train station to your hotel, then help you get around when it’s time to explore. On a flying visit? Make sure your holiday starts the minute you check in with our airport guides.