London hotels

Aerodrome Classic Hotel

Close to Croydon, and situated on the main A23 road, the Aerodrome Hotel is ideally located for both the business and leisure traveler, with quick and easy access to Central London by road or rail, and the UK motorway network via the M25 and M23 motorways.

NH Harrington Hall Hotel

Harrington Hall is a new hotel offering every modern convenience in a beautifully designed classical setting. The hotel decor combines warmth and elegance with comfortable traditional furnishings. The hotel is conveniently located within walking distance of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park.

Enterprise Hotel

Capture London elegance in cosmopolitan Earl’s Court on a cozy and quiet side street. Stroll over to nearby Kensington Palace or spend an afternoon in cozy Notting Hill. The hotel is tastefully decorated, creating a pleasant atmosphere for guests to enjoy.

Comfort Inn Hyde Park

Located in a quiet tree-lined street in Bayswater, seconds from Hyde Park and only minutes away from London’s major tourist attractions and business districts. The tranquility of Hyde Park and the Serpentine is only a walk away. Every care and attention are given to ensure a memorable stay; from the efficient and relaxed atmosphere of the reception to the comforts of the bedrooms.

Athenaeum Hotel and Apartments

Set in the heart of the West End, the Athenaeum is on Piccadilly, overlooking Green Park, and across from Buckingham Palace.

Ambassadors Hotel

The Ambassadors Hotel is a friendly establishment, situated in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea, just three minutes walk from Gloucester Road and Earls Court underground stations and only a short walk from the Natural History Museum. This centrally located hotel has compact, en-suite rooms with all modern amenities. The hotel also has a porter service and 24 hour reception desk where staff will gladly book your limousine/ car and sight seeing tours.

Things to do in London


On the south side of the River Thames, within walking distance of the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye, lies Kennington.  Primarily a residential area (and there are some very large, very expensive houses in this area – a five bed-roomed house could easily set you back over £2 million), the area has more to offer than you might think at first sight.

Group weekends in London – Cover lots of ground on a budget

When you’re planning a trip to the capital, first, figure out exactly what you’d all like to do on your group get-together. Even if you’re on a budget, you’d be surprised at just how many activities are available in London if you do the research. Decide how many people you want to go with and who they’ll be. Be open to suggestions too.

Below are some ideas for having a great day out with your group of friends without breaking the bank and some ideas which could help raise some money to put into the kitty!


Another area not too far from the city and the West End is Islington.  It sits between Liverpool Road on the west and New North Road on the south-east.  A town has existed here since Saxon times.  Islington has gone through a number of changes of fortune over the years (the Angel, Islington appears on Monopoly boards and is one of the less expensive properties).  Nowadays it’s described as “up and coming” and in its very expensive parts, like Kennington, a five bed-roomed house will cost in the region of £2.5 million.

Brick Lane, London E1 and Surrounding Areas

The site of the Old Truman Brewery and the same area in which Jack the Ripper committed his murders, Brick Lane is now full of curry restaurants, shops and galleries, and is the heart of the Bangladeshi community.

London’s Royal Parks

One of the things tourists love most about London is the open spaces.  Not all of them are Royal Parks, but (there are only eight of them), small green spaces are fitted in wherever possible.  All of the Royal Parks are feature events throughout the year – concerts, theatre events, funfairs, etc.  This is just a very brief overview of the Royal Parks:

London famous buildings

If you’ve never been to London, or have even been there several times, there are points of interest throughout the city that are worth checking out. London is not only rich in history, but offers wonderfully famous buildings. Visiting them during your trip is definitely a must.

London travel guide

Airways Hotel

A charming elegance awaits you at this 19th century hotel, ideally located in London’s central area of Victoria, near fashionable Belgravia and close to many famous landmarks. Fill up on a traditional English breakfast in the brilliant breakfast room before you set off to discover the sights of London. Find relaxation in the well designed and modernly decorated guestrooms providing all the necessities needed for an enjoyable and memorable stay.

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Idlewyld Inn

Surround yourself with the luxury and charm of this 1878 Victorian Mansion. Restored to let you relive the elegance of a bygone era. Each of our guests’ rooms boasts its’ own unique decor, a subtle blending of antigue furnishings and modern amenities. Guests can enjoy a light breakfast in our cheerful breakfast room or in front of our fireplace in the formal parlor. Expect to find all the amenities you would in a large hotel, but with the personal service only a small inn can offer. The Idlewyld Inn is stituated in London’s beautiful ‘OLD SOUTH’ community. Surrounded by century homes and beautiful landscaping, the inn is a Victorian treasure in the heart of London. Within minutes of downtown, shopping, fine dining restaurants, golf courses, walking, biking and jogging trails, the John Labatt Centre, and the London Convention Centre.

Best Western Stoneridge Inn & Conference Centre

This urban two-story hotel is located 18 km (11 miles) from downtown London and 24 km (15 miles) from Port Stanley. All standard guestrooms feature complimentary high-speed and wireless Internet access and free local calls. Amenities of this entirely nonsmoking hotel include fitness equipment, a therapy pool, and a complimentary breakfast.

Delta London Armouries Hotel

Located in downtown London, this converted 1905 armoury is just two blocks from the London Convention Center. Guestrooms offer refrigerators, pay movies and video games, and complimentary high-speed Internet access. The hotel’s fitness center adjoins the indoor pool and spa tub, and the on-site restaurant serves three meals daily.

London top rated hotels

When traveling to London England, it is important to choose a quality hotel.  Please continue reading on to see what a few of your options include.