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Boutique on a budget: Affordable luxury hotels in London
You may well be best off doing a price search first to see which comes out best. And if you have any London questions before your trip just let me know! Amazing tips! I also have trouble finding good hotels in a good price in London, it is normally the most problematic city to find a hotel in this category for a good price.
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Very true, it always seems easier to find hostels and five-stars than something in the middle — hope the list comes in useful for you! I am going to the Gold Coast next week to stay at Le Beach luxury Resort on the esplanade at Burleigh voted the Worlds Best Beach in a three bedroom apartment with everything that you could ever need including foxtel fully self contained right down to the dimmer switches and underground secure parking just 50 meters to the beach.
And just about every Aussie hotel room comes with phones Tea and coffee and most with wifi and a fridge plus airconditioning. London is very different to the rest of the UK — the locations of these hotels would be equivalent to a central Sydney hotel so the prices are a lot higher than the average. Such a fantastic post Lucy, thanks! Accommodation is so expensive in London, and generally not great value. These look like some great, affordable alternatives. Interesting to read about the hotel that is charging more for extras tv, toiletries etc.
Do you think this will become a trend much like in the airline industry? Good tips! Tune Hotel sounds a bit like the maxHotel in Brussels; very no frills but the nightly rate is dirt cheap as a result. That section of the road is just lined with hotels, and some of them are quite affordable.
There are a lot of hotels in the Cromwell Road area and also around Paddington, I find it a bit tough to find which ones are decent but this sounds good so one to remember. Thank you for this article! These are lovely hotels that I will definately be checking out if I go to London with husband only or by myself.
It was lovely and was very close to Hyde Park. Lovely tips Lucy. Oh this is gooood!
I went to London twice last winter and once stayed in a hostel dorm with my sister. Z Hotels looks particularly lovely. Hope you get to try them out soon — I just stayed at the Z Hotel in Liverpool last weekend and that was lovely too. Definitely beats a hostel! I absolutely love Tune hotels. We stayed in a bunch of them in Asia and it was so nice being able to stay in a spotless, air conditioned but tiny room for such a bargain price.
Great post. I stayed in The Nadler in Soho London not too long ago and really rated it. The location was amazing and the room was lovely.
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Having to find somewhere to lay my head for the first time ever in all my trips to London, looking for a place has been a real trauma. Hi Lucy, thanks for the great info. What do you think about the London Pass with travel? It sounded like a good deal to me? Thank you and God Bless You! Hi Susan, all the hotels are in areas where there is plenty to do and the tube system in London is pretty comprehensive. Thanks, I used to have the same problem when I lived in London — a local resident is probably the worst person to ask for a hotel recommendation!
Hope it comes in useful for your friends. Hope you manage to find the perfect place — and best of luck for the awards, will keep my fingers crossed for you! This is so helpful. Thank you! Also, you can add Every Hotel. They also have Bloomsbury. Coming soon are Hyde Park and Leicester Square. Ooh thanks for the tip, I will have to try them out — am always looking for somewhere good to stay in London! I have stayed in Z hotel twice now — purely because I had to find something in central London at short notice and everything else was eye-wateringly expensive.
If all you need is a place to sleep for one night, this is OK. But if you can book early and pay the same for a bigger room elsewhere. They seem worth the price. Nice one Luce!
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Thanks a lot, Lucy for sharing such a beautiful article on London. Continental breakfast is included. Rooms are compact but well designed and the hotel is a 1-min walk from Prince Edward Theatre as well as other attractions nearby. They serve complimentary cheese and wine in the evenings too. Large and historic London hotel that has been welcoming guests since Ideally located for visiting theatres, shopping and attractions.
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This hotel delivers charm, luxury and modern facilities in a central London location. There are a hr fitness room and a terrace to enjoy the views. On the west of the West End, Mayfair is perhaps the most exclusive area in London to stay. The Mayfair area itself is not particularly convenient for generalist tourists and the very hefty price premium you pay deters most. Along Park Lane that faces Hyde Park, there are some very large flagship hotels on the upmarket chains. Marriott has four properties in this area. We included a sample selection below but click here to see our entire selection of hotels in the Mayfair area.
Theo Randall's restaurant has been consistently voted London's finest Italian, while a fine afternoon tea overlooking the Wellington Arch, is also on offer. Guests can unwind in the relaxing Spa InterContinental, with its wide range of treatments, or use the facilities in the gym. Rooms are air-conditioned and all feature a TV with satellite channels and pay movies, and minibar. Nightingale's restaurant serves delicious food under spectacular chandeliers, while the bar overlooks Berkeley Street.
The hotel has its own Michelin-starred restaurant on the 28th floor with commanding views, serving a chocoholic afternoon tea and French haute cuisine. Rooms have marble bathrooms, while some rooms also have balconies. Executive rooms and suites are available and there is a fitness suite with sauna. The hotel has been consistently rated as one of the best in London and combines traditional British design with a contemporary French edge.
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There is also a spa and wellness centre offering treatments for the ultimate in relaxation. Hotels in the Oxford Street area command a higher price than elsewhere in London - you pay a premium to be located near to the main shopping street with flagship stores of most UK retail chains. Most hotels are located in the streets off the northern side of Oxford Street which runs west to east between Marble Arch and Oxford Circus Underground Stations.
There are a few budget hotels on the north side of Oxford Street but cheap hotel rates here are relative.