$148 - $471
|CHEAPEST NEIGHBORHOOD IN LONDON||Hammersmith and Fulham||34% cheaper||Hotels in Hammersmith and Fulham are the cheapest in London at just $148 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBORHOOD IN LONDON||Covent Garden||52% more expensive||Covent Garden has the highest priced hotels in London with rooms averaging $471 per night|
|MOST POPULAR NEIGHBORHOOD IN LONDON||Camden||71% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Camden than any other neighborhood in London|
momondo users have recommended 11 hotels to users looking to stay near London Victoria Station. Hotels in this area have an average price of $190 per night. These prices may change based on several factors, such as time of year. Hotels near London Victoria Station are typically 1% more expensive than the average hotel in London, which is $187.
|Low Season||August||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||December||most expensive time to stay|
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$251 - $370
|Cheapest day of week||Sunday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Wednesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|$363||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$329||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|Cheapest time to book||The cheapest time to book hotels in London is: 4-5 star, 83 days before.|
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$227 - $253
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Visit London at any time of the year! Enjoy long days and pleasant weather in the spring months from March – May. If you visit in the peak tourist season from June – August, make the most of the outdoor festivals and events as average temperature stays around 18 degrees Celsius. From September – November, the crowds decline and accommodation rates drop. In winter, the average temperatures are approximately 2 – 6 degrees Celsius. Wear your coats, boots, gloves, and scarves, and enjoy the festivities of Christmas and New Year.
London has an exceptional public transport system and is one of the best connected cities in the world. There is always an option of one or more modes of travel available to navigate through any part of London city. While buses, underground trains, local trains, trams, and river buses are options for public transport, you can also hire a bike. Typically, for a 24-hour rental, you will pay £2.00 GBP as long as each journey is under 30 minutes. You can take as many trips you want in a day, but you are required to wait for at least 5 minutes between docking a bike and taking another one. If you go over 30 minutes for a ride, extra charges will apply and they start with £1.00 GBP for 30 minutes – 1 hour. The London black taxis and rideshare options such as Uber and Lyft are also easily available. An interesting way to get around the popular sites and attractions is by using the hop-on hop-off city sightseeing bus which runs several loops across the city. Tickets can be purchased for 24 – 36 – 48 hours depending on your itinerary.
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A famous English writer, Samuel Johnson once said, “By seeing London, I have seen as much of life as the world can show.” The minute you set foot in London, you will see that its very fabric is crafted by people from over 300 nationalities, speaking close to 250 different languages. Everything from the food to fashion to art and architecture will give you a flavor of how London is a true melting pot of cultures. Each London neighborhood is unique, but at its core, it retains the multi-cultural essence of the city.
For a central London location with a buzzing street life and ample shopping, the Covent Garden neighborhood is an excellent option. Stay at the hip Hoxton Holborne hotel or go for the cozy accommodation and warmly decorated Victorian rooms at The Fielding hotel on Broad Court.
Famous for bookshops on every street corner, Bloomsbury is the ultimate literary neighborhood of London and is also home to the British Museum and London University. Enjoy a luxurious stay at the Bloomsbury Hotel housed in a neo-Georgian building on Great Russel Street or go for boutique accommodation that boasts tastefully decorated rooms and an elaborate afternoon tea tradition at The Montague on the Gardens.
The South Bank and Southwark
Several popular London attractions such as the Coca Cola London Eye, Imperial War Museum, Tate Modern, and Shakespeare’s Globe, are located in this neighborhood. Borough Market, Bermondsey Street and Maltby Street in this area are big draws for hardcore foodies. Enjoy a stylish and modern stay at the CitizenM London Bankside Hotel which is a 2-minute walk from the Tate Modern. Or book a luxurious stay at the Mondrian at Sea Containers hotel where the interiors have been inspired by the glamorous, early 1900s cruise liners.
South Kensington and Chelsea
Hosting top museums such as V&A and the Science Museum, South Kensington is also home to London’s rich and famous. You can book stylish accommodation at The Main House, an elegant Victorian building with antique furnishing. For a mid-range budget stay, check out The Nadler Kensington Hotel at Courtfield Gardens. You can also look at The Apartments by The Sloane Club for Art Deco-inspired rooms and a combination of self-catering and serviced rooms.
At the heart of West End, in recent years, Soho has transformed into a high-profile gay quarter and is also home to London’s media, film, and advertising industries. Surrounded by restaurants and clubs, stay at the Hazlitt’s hotel located in an early 18th century building with quirkily decorated rooms. If you are keen on a luxurious, urban village feel, consider the Ham Yard Hotel.
With several creative gigs in warehouses, edgy nightlife, and a host of art previews, East London is a perpetually buzzing neighborhood. Stay in chic, tastefully decorated rooms and enjoy 3 award-winning restaurants and bars at the Boundary Restaurants, Rooms & Rooftop hotel in the vibrant area of Shoreditch. You can also look at the Andaz London Liverpool Street hotel which is housed in a beautiful red-brick Victorian building and offers 7 on-site bars and restaurants.
Slightly uphill and off the popular tourist maps, this London neighborhood has a mix of Georgian and Victorian architecture, and is home to fashionable shops, cafés, pubs, and restaurants. Stay at the boutique hotel Rookery, a converted Georgian townhouse with antique furnishings complemented by modern amenities. Or check out The Zetter Hotel which is housed in a converted Victorian warehouse at St. John’s Square.
Several international hotel chains offer budget-friendly accommodation across the city of London. Premier Inn, Travelodge, ibis, and Comfort Inn, have multiple properties with simple, no-frills rooms and easy access to public transport. For a unique budget stay, checkout the Good Hotel London, a hard-to-miss floating hotel in the waters of the London Docklands. The hotel uses all its profits to offer training and work to unemployed locals. For a truly unique experience, check out the Shepherd’s Bush hotel which has a musical heritage and is situated in the former BBC Kensington House. Another novel option is the Green Rooms at Wood Green. This relaxed hostel with an artsy vibe offers discounts to artists, creative types, and style enthusiasts. At the corner of the busy Fleet Street, stay at the Z City Hotel to enjoy bright rooms with floor to ceiling windows and fine city views.
Are you into cultural festivals or warehouse parties? Would you enjoy a boat cruise or a street art tour? Do you want to attend a comedy night event or a street food discovery tour? Shopping for clothes or vintage artifacts or jewelry? Do you want to opt for the quintessential London itinerary with popular sites and attractions or go off the beaten track to explore food, art, architecture, music, or sports? In the vast, vibrant and diverse city of London, you can choose whatever interests you, and you will always find tons of new things to discover.
The average length of stay in London is 9 nights.
The price of a hotel in London depends on several factors such as star rating, location and demand. Generally speaking, the average cost of a hotel is around $207 per night.
In August prices are at their lowest and represents the most cost effective time to book a hotel room in London. You may find the cost of your room has decreased by 19%.
At the moment the cheapest day to stay in a hotel in London is Saturday, with Tuesday being the most expensive.
London hostels and hotels with a 2 star rating and below charge around $166 for a bed per person. This will be around $41 under the cost of a typical London hotel.
City of London, Covent Garden, Soho and Kensington and Chelsea are some of the more popular areas to stay in when visiting London.
With an average temperature of 44.6 °F and expected precipitation of 2.8″, November is a great month to explore the outdoors near London.
Yes, the city of London has hostels available. You can choose from 200 London hostels. We recommend staying at Palmers Lodge Swiss Cottage, which is the most popular among our users. Search for hostels in London.
The Trafalgar St. James London, Curio Collection by Hilton
2 Spring Gardens, Trafalgar Square, London, United Kingdom
Safestay London Elephant & Castle
144-152 Walworth Road, London, United Kingdom
Pelican London Hotel and Residence
203 Blackshaw Road, London, United Kingdom
Linden House Hotel
4-6 Sussex Place, London, United Kingdom
Point A Hotel London Westminster
118 - 120 Westminster Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom
Crowne Plaza London Docklands
Western Gateway, London, United Kingdom
Merit Kensington Hotel
12, 16-18 & 24 Penywern Road, London, United Kingdom
Wilde Aparthotels by Staycity London Paddington
4 North Wharf Road, London, United Kingdom
OYO Huttons Hotel
53-57 Belgrave Road, London, United Kingdom