Our hotels in Greater London are an ideal base for getting the most out of your trip to London. London is the biggest and busiest city in the UK, with hundreds of famous places to see, unique shops and fun things to do. Whether you’re sightseeing on a long weekend in Greater London, taking a break with the family or planning a romantic getaway in London you can rest easy in our super comfy rooms.
Hotels in Greater London
London Hammersmith (Talgarth Road)
hub London Covent Garden
hub London Marylebone
hub London Camden
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)
Hotels in North London
Our hotels in North London make travelling across this picturesque part of the city even easier. With hotels from Hampstead to Euston, see more of North London and take the time to explore. Our hotels around King’s Cross are perfect for travelling to and from London – some are just a five-minute walk from the station, and all offer our famous all you can eat breakfasts to set you up for the day.
North London is home to some of the most interesting things to see in London. North London has a great mix of top attractions and quiet spots away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It also has some of the best parks in London, and St Pancras International is a gateway across the country and beyond.
Fashionable, elegant and set apart from the busier parts of the city, Marylebone is the home of Sherlock Holmes on Baker Street, Selfridges, Paddington Street Gardens and the Lisson Gallery of modern art. Plus, Marylebone High Street is a great place to pick up some unique finds and explore this distinguished part of the city.
Founded almost 200 years ago, King’s College is ranked one of the top 10 universities in the UK. Famous for its history and well respected throughout the world for its courses in humanities, law and medical sciences, King’s College is an important hub for students in North London – notable alumni include Desmond Tutu, Arthur C. Clarke, Florence Nightingale and Virginia Woolf. Our hotels near King’s College make visiting the university simple, helping you stay connected with loved ones and friends studying away from home.
St Pancras International
With Eurostar services to Europe and beyond, it’s easy to see why St Pancras International is one of the busiest stations in London. St Pancras has high speed routes and covers journeys down to the coast and all the way up to the midlands. The area around Kings Cross and St Pancras International is full of shops to help you find last-minute buys, or why not go for a walk along Regent’s Canal before a long journey?
The Regent’s Park
One of the biggest royal parks in London and a favourite spot for picnics, outdoor games and big events, The Regent’s Park is a great place to chill out or catch up. The Regent’s Park also borders the ZSL London Zoo, the Open Air Theatre and Primrose Hill, so whether you’re meeting friends or going for a long walk, our hotels near The Regent’s Park mean less time worrying about rushing home and more time enjoying your trip.
Hotels in South London
Our hotels near South London bring all the sights to you, perfect for long weekends or spending a day sightseeing. When you book our hotels, you can wake up with the South Bank, Southwark and much more right on your doorstep.
The South Bank is one of the most recognisable skylines in the world, with a lot of landmarks that really put London on the map. Whether that’s Big Ben, the London Eye or St. Paul’s Cathedral, South London has it all. There’s more to the area than its famous landmarks though, as South London is also home to bustling spots like Brixton, a must visit for culture lovers.
The Tate Modern gallery was opened back in 2000, in what used to be the Bankside Power Station. An iconic and inspiring sight on London’s South Bank, the Tate Modern is home to outsider art and pushes the boundaries on culture and philosophy. From our hotels in Southwark, you’re only a short walk from this world-class gallery and the amazing displays it puts on every day.
Originally built as part of the millennium celebrations, the London Eye has since become a defining feature of London’s skyline and a much-loved fixture on the London South Bank. The London Eye plays a leading part in New Year’s Eve celebrations and is perhaps one of the most recognisable landmarks in the city. The top of the London Eye offers some unbeatable views of the capital, making it a great spot for romantic trips – and our hotels near the London Eye are the perfect place to return to.
If you’re looking for unique markets, indie shops and an exciting atmosphere, Brixton is the place to be. Home to some of London’s best artists, musicians – and one of the coolest places to spend a night out – Brixton is a great place for a long weekend. Our London Brixton hotel is right in the heart of the action, and our London Victoria hotel is only three miles away with easy access to the Victoria Line and trains across the country.
Hotels in East London
Our hotels in East London are in great locations to help you get the most out of your trip. We have hotels right next to the ExCel Centre, hotels near Canary Wharf and hotels with great tube and bus links to make sightseeing simpler.
East London is one of the most diverse and varied landscapes of London – from the towering skyscrapers of Canary Wharf and its financial districts to the cool and cultural spaces in Shoreditch. Getting around East London is easy and exploring neighbourhoods like Hackney can be a great way to explore new parts of London.
ExCel Exhibition Centre
Hosting iconic events like the MCM London Comic Con, the ExCel Exhibition Centre is one of London’s premier meeting hubs and gig venues. Ideal for business trips and conventions, the ExCel Exhibition Centre is also close to Greenwich Park and The O2. Our London Docklands (ExCel) hotel is just a 10-minute walk away from the centre alongside Gallions Point Marina.
The iconic Tower Bridge has become a symbol of the capital and a major tourist destination. Originally built between 1886 and 1894, Tower Bridge hosts tours and functions as a venue for high profile fun events above the River Thames. Our London County Hall hotel and other Southwark hotels are perfect for crossing the bridge and exploring everything London has to offer.
Canary Wharf is the capital’s business hub and home to the offices of some of the biggest businesses in the world. Sprawling blocks and exciting indoor attractions make it a brilliant place to visit on a weekend break, as well as an ideal place to get to for business meetings, so why not stay near Canary Wharf the next time you’re visiting London?
Shoreditch is a trendy, creative hub of London that’s bursting with artists, markets and amazing indie shops. Originally an industrial centre in East London, this area is now home to some of the most unique and exciting nights out in the city. Our London City (Old Street) hotel is just a five-minute walk from some of the best clubs, and our hub by Premier Inn London Spitalfields, Brick Lane hotel is another great base for a trip to this vibrant part of the city.
Hotels in West London
Our hotels near West London give you all the time you need to explore everything this exciting area has to offer. Don’t settle for visiting just one of the museums – book one of our hotels and see them all! Stay with us and get more out of this fascinating part of London.
West London is probably best known for its world-class museums, including the British Museum, Science Museum and of course the Natural History Museum. West London is full of impressive buildings, stadiums and parks, and well worth a London weekend trip to explore. West London is ideal for family days out and learning more about the city.
Home of the Notting Hill Carnival, Notting Hill is a lively space in West London with boutique shops and bustling markets. At Notting Hill you’ll also find the Museum of Brands, Portobello Market and the Tabernacle performance centre, so there’s plenty to keep you entertained.
Nicknamed the home of football, Wembley Stadium has hosted some of the most defining moments in the history of the sport. As well as being an impressive structure, Wembley Stadium full of amazing things to see for football fans everywhere. Our London Wembley Stadium hotel puts you right in the heart of the action, making it an ideal base for a weekend of football at Wembley.
Natural History Museum
An iconic building and a favourite for trips to London, the National History Museum is a treasure trove of wonders from the natural world. This London attraction is perfect for teaching kids about conservation and is home to some of the most important plant and wildlife studies in the world. Our London Kensington hotels put you right next to the museum, as well as the V&A Museum and the Royal Albert Hall.
No, not the bear – although it was in a toy shop near Paddington Station where author Michael Bond first spotted the teddy that would inspire his beloved stories! Nowadays, Paddington Station is popular thanks to its great links to Windsor, with direct trains to Heathrow Airport via the Heathrow Express. Paddington Station sees upwards of 35 million passengers a year, so it’s a good job our hotels near Paddington make getting to trains on time easy.
Hotels in Central London
Our hotels in Central London let you enjoy a great-value break right in the heart of the city – rest easy and spend a relaxing, affordable weekend in Central London with us.
One of London’s biggest royal parks, Hyde Park often hosts festivals, fairs and much more across its 350 acres of stunning forests. It’s a beautiful location to go for a walk or a job and, in the summer, Hyde Park is more popular than ever as a space for group picnics and family days out!
In between Mayfair and Leicester Square, Piccadilly Circus is full of high street shops and luxury boutiques – it’s one of the liveliest places to be in London for shopaholics! From Piccadilly Circus, you’re so close to major attractions like the British Museum, Buckingham Palace and the National Gallery, and our hotels near Piccadilly Circus make sightseeing in London even easier.
One of the busiest places to visit in London, Covent Garden is a shopping centre and cultural hub that’s bursting with things to see. Covent Garden is probably most well-known for its amazing Jubilee and Apple Markets, where you can find one-of-a-kind antiques and gifts. Why not book one of our London Covent Garden hotels to stay near the best shops in London and the cinemas of Leicester Square?
Famously London’s party capital, Soho remains one of the most exciting entertainment districts in the capital. From iconic clubs and indie cafes to cultural spots and famous theatres, there’s few better nights out in Central London than Soho. Best of all, you won’t need to cut the night short when you stay at our hotels near Soho – we’re right next door to some of the best parties in the city.
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.