Staying in the capital doesn’t have to break the bank. The city has a reputation for being expensive, but there are things you can do to lessen the load. Firstly, book one of our budget hotels in London. You’ll find our great value rooms all over - in the most popular tourist spots and busy business districts to airports, train stations and on the outer edges of town.
London City (Tower Hill)
London County Hall
London Docklands (Excel)
London Elstree / Borehamwood
London Kensington (Earl's Court)
London Kensington (Olympia)
London Kew Bridge
London Kings Cross
London Putney Bridge
London Southwark (Bankside)
London Tower Bridge
London Wembley Park
London’s Royal Parks are one of the best things about the city. Most of them are centrally located, and it won’t cost you a thing to wile away a morning or afternoon in one of them. Greenwich Park, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill, Kensington Gardens and Richmond Park are all nice and close to our London budget hotels.
Dedicated to human history and culture, and located in the city’s intellectual heartland of Bloomsbury, the British Museum is the museum of all museums. Of all the free things to do in London, make this a priority.
A spectacular collection of art and design objects from the past 2000 years awaits you at this most exquisite museum. Think furniture, ceramics, fashion, jewellery, architecture and so much more.
At the National Gallery, there are 2300 masterpieces for you to feast your eyes on. No wonder it’s one of London’s top attractions. Once your done admiring art, go play with the pigeons in Trafalgar Square.