Hotels in Central London

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London is the world famous capital of England steeped in fabulous history, renowned internationally for its nightlife and home to Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament. Full descriptions of all these Central London hotels can be found on the booking pages. Grab a bed and breakfast deal that is perfect for the whizzes and bangs of Soho, the bright lights and theatres of the London's West End, the chimes of Big Ben and the famous Trafalgar Square New Year celebration. Spa Hotels and apartments in Central London include the Waldorf Hilton, the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire and the Athenaeum. See tabler below for reviews and prices.

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Premier Inn

82-83 Eccleston Square Central London  SW1V 1PS

Premier Inn is, to be fair, probably more adaptable to the demands of the modern traveller than its erstwhile TV figurehead, Lenny Henry is to the demands of the modern British comedy scene. It’s not an uneasy marriage though by any means. It's clear that both of them represent something cosy and reliable to the British Public. Under normal circumstances they may seem a little bland but find yourself away from home and they both seem queerly compelling. This is a reasonable bed & breakf ...

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Name Miles Region Rooms Price Type
Name Miles Region Rooms Type ? Type ?
Premier Inn 1.7 Central London 110 85.00
Grosvenor Hotel 0.8 Central London 357 108.00
Travelodge 1.2 Central London 211 47.25
Crowne Plaza 2.7 Central London 196 99.00
Premier Inn (Tower Hill) 2.5 Central London 163 90.00
Bed Breakfast Club 2.9 Central London 1 90.00
72QT 1.5 Central London 17 50.00
Vancouver Studios 2.9 Central London 47 75.00
Comfort Inn Westminster 0.8 Central London 54 79.00
Levin Hotel 1.5 Central London 12 242.00
Stafford 0.7 Central London 105 320.80
Belmont Hotel 2.2 Central London 23 38.00
Arlington Avenue 3.6 Central London 2 50.00
Beaufort 1.6 Central London 29 162.00
Howard Winchester Hotel 0.9 Central London 73 40.00
Andaz London 2.3 Central London 267 229.00
Marriott Maida Vale 3.7 Central London 221 79.00
Omega Hotel 2.3 Central London 20 75.00
Melbourne House Hotel 0.8 Central London 17 120.00
The Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire 0.8 Central London 124 224.00
Ramada London North 10.3 Central London 202 50.00
Kings Cross Inn 2 Central London 45 85.00
Diplomat Hotel 1 Central London 26 89.00
Bed Breakfast Belgravia 2.3 Central London 26 109.00
Waldorf Hilton 0.9 Central London 299 197.00
London Guest House 2.5 Central London 3 70.00
Hour Glass 2.1 Central London 21 43.00
City Lodge London 5 Central London 12 38.00
Hallam 1.5 Central London 25 47.55
Leisure Inn Hotel 2.6 Central London 48 27.00
Euro Lodge Clapham 3.2 Central London 80 49.00
Leigham Court Hotel 4.4 Central London 80 65.00
Crowne Plaza Ealing 7.5 Central London 100 71.00
Comfort Hotel Enfield 11.1 Central London 34 35.00
Cavendish London - Piccadilly 0.7 Central London 230 184.00
King Solomon Hotel 6.2 Central London N/A 60.00
Holly House Hotel 1 Central London 60 39.00
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London can now add the 2012 Summer Olympic Games to its broad and illustrious history. The Games was a roaring success and Britain achieved third place in the medal table. Rooms may have been scarce at the time the games opened on July 27th but by the time you read this there should be no shortage of availability. Room4U has some amazing discounts convenient for trips to The Tower of London and Madame Tussauds. Visit the Tourist information centre for admission charges at London Zoo and the British Museum or phone the Britain and London Tourist Centre (1 Lower Regent St, SW1 4XT) on +44 (0) 8701 566 366.

The very affordable Premier Inn is, to be fair, probably more adaptable to the demands of the modern traveller than its erstwhile TV figurehead, Lenny Henry is to the demands of the modern British comedy scene. It’s not an uneasy marriage though by any means. It’s clear that both of them represent something cosy and reliable to the British Public. Under normal circumstances they may seem a little bland but find yourself away from home and they both seem queerly compelling.

The best of the budget accommodation couldn’t be better placed than the Travelodge, literally minutes from Kings Cross Train Station, Euston, St Pancras and Bloomsbury, Central London’s cultural centre and home to the publishers behind Harry Potter. The room rates are the outcome of a deliberate no-frills approach, the online deals reflecting the shedding of all the often needless perks and extravagances you get at the luxury hotels in Central London.

If you are deseprate for some serious pampering then check out spa hotels like Waldorf Hilton in London's Covent Garden. This deeply impressive 5-star sits across from the Royal Opera House and Drury Lane Theatre in Covent Garden and features a massive range of spa and leisure facilities including sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and a 4-metre heated indoor pool - all managed by LA Fitness and freely available to guests.

Although there is no formal definition of the Central London area, it typically takes in high-density travel hubs like Paddington, Kings Cross, Victoria and Charing Cross, iconic districts like Trafalgar Square, as well as exclusive city areas like Westminster, Whitehall and Belgravia. Bed and breakfast accommodation is rare in the capital so use our hotel price comparison tools to assist and filter your hotel search to get the deal you deserve. If you are browsing for luxury hotels in Central London, check out the prestigious Grosvenor district, otherwise check out Central London hotels and cheap b&b accommodation like the Travelodge on Kings Cross Road.

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