Hotels in London

London is one of the most exciting, culturally happening and diverse cities in the world. Each area and neighbourhood has its own energy, specialities and reasons to visit. If you’re planning a trip to the capital and not sure where to stay, we've a range of hotels perfect for a weekend break in London. And to help you make the most of your London stay, we’ve created a handy guide to London crammed full things to do and places to visit.

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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 Premir 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. 

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Premier Inn London Tolworth Premier Inn London Tolworth
Leafy Tolworth is a great choice for a family break, with close transport links to London and plenty to keep the whole family entertained. There’s lots to get the adrenaline pumping, from the thrilling rollercoasters of Thorpe Park and Chessington World of Adventures to Surbiton Raceway’s go-kart races. Or head to Epsom Racecourse for a day at the races. Wherever your Tolworth adventure takes you, treat yourself to a delicious meal in our Thyme restaurant on your return.
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Premier Inn London Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Premier Inn London Woolwich (Royal Arsenal)
With Canary Wharf and The O2 close by, and direct transport links to London City Airport, our London Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) hotel is an ideal resting place before that crucial meeting or after that must-see gig. It’s got plenty of fascinating history too, with the Woolwich Heritage Centre and Henry VIII’s Woolwich Dockyard ready to explore. Don’t forget to pick up some artisanal souvenirs at the Royal Arsenal Farmers Market.
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Premier Inn London Blackfriars (Fleet Street) Premier Inn London Blackfriars (Fleet Street)
Our London Blackfriars hotel is ideally placed for short breaks and business trips, close to major transport links to the City and beyond. Stroll along the South Bank for culture at the National Theatre, ride high on the London Eye or wander along Covent Garden’s cobbled streets. Wherever your day takes you, you’ll return to a warm welcome and delicious, filling meal in our newly-refurbished reception and restaurant, all served up by our friendly team.
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Things to do in London

North London

Staying in one of our North London hotels, you’re never far from a green space, brilliant boutique or elegant place to eat and drink. Hampstead Heath, Primrose Hill and Regent’s Park (including ZSL London Zoo) are amongst the capital’s biggest and best parks. Islington is great for shopping, cool bars and cosy pubs. Camden Market is open 7 days a week for all things punk and alternative. And North London is a handy place to stay if you fancy heading up to the Harry Potter Studio Tour in Watford too.

South London

From our South London hotels, it’s easy to explore Southbank, Greenwich, Greenwich Park, the Royal Observatory, National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. Being close to London Bridge and various DLR stations means transport connections around and out of the city are great. 

East London

To hang out in the hippest place, book one of our East London hotels. Bars, pubs, clubs and places to eat are aplenty around Old Street, Shoreditch and Hackney. Shop ’til you drop in Westfield Stratford and explore the Olympic Park. East is a great place to stay if you’re in town for a gig at the O2 Arena or need to be in Canary Wharf or The City for work.

West London

Pick a West London hotel if you have tickets to Hammersmith Apollo, Earls Court or you’re looking for a hotel near Stamford Bridge or going to Wimbledon. Kew Gardens and Richmond Park are close by if you feel like escaping the city buzz and stretching your legs. 

Central London

If you want to be at the heart of the action, close to top tourist attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament and Leicester Square, better base yourself at one of our Central London hotels. We also have hotels near King's College London.

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