Dylan Kensington

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

60 Warwick Road, London, SW5 9EJ, United Kingdom
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Costs 24% more and rated 46% lower than other 2 star hotels

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3 star hotel suggestion in London

by andrepkh

We two tourists would like to rent one room with twin beds in London for 2 nights ( 3 and 4 August, 2009 ).
Our requirements are:
a. Basic and clean room with attached bathroom.
b. Breakfast
c. Maximum upto 15 minutes walk from a Underground / Metro Station.
d. Our budget is around GBP 50/= per night for the room rent.
Please advise.

Re: 3 star hotel suggestion in London

by johngayton

For £50 you certainly will not get a 3 star hotel in London. For reasonably-priced London hotels with good basic facilities try - www.travelodge.co.uk or www.ibishotels.com

Both of these are good quality budget hotel groups. All rooms have private bathrooms and the centrally located ones are within easy walk to the Underground network (we call it The Tube). Niether include breakfast in their room rate but breakfast is available at a reasonable surcharge.

Hope this helps - have a good trip!

Re: 3 star hotel suggestion in London

by christine.j

London Hotels are expensive and £50 will hardly get you a single room. I just checked the rates for the Alexandra Hotel in Bayswater, they have an internet rate for a twin for £ 59.


This hotel is in a nice area, close to tube stations, but the rooms are very small. I stayed there a few times several years ago, back then it was ok, not particularly clean, but not really dirty either.

You can get good deals for the Travelodge, but you have to book ahead, and since you're leaving next week it's too late for that.You can try


Good luck.

Re: 3 star hotel suggestion in London

by hawkhead

You could try the Easy Hotel (part of the Easy network i.e. airline, intrnet cafés, etc.). Or try the accommodations offered by the various universities - google "holiday accommodation universities london" or similar.

Re: 3 star hotel suggestion in London

by leics

Having just checked the London Easyhotels for your dates the only rooms available for less than 50GBP are those without windows. Adequate and clean, of course, but no breakfast and no TV (unless you pay)

The UK is expensive, and London even more so. 50GBP per night for two people is a very low budget, even without breakfast, especially in the height of the high season (which is when you are visiting). You might need to consider a hostel..some have separate rooms.

The best place to start looking is the official tourist information website. It lists all accommodation, from hotels to campsites, and will shhow you what is available for your dates. You can book through the site or google to find other agencies/the accommodation's own website.


Re: 3 star hotel suggestion in London

by planxty

As others have rightly said, £50 per night is a low budget in london at this time of year.

A hostel may be a better bet. Try the Youth Hostels Association. Website here.


Alternatively, you might get a late deal here, although £50 looks unlikely.


Hope this assists,


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