I am coming into London this weekend on a last-minute trip and was wondering if anyone had suggestions for cheap hotels. I don't really care where it is- so long as its in the city and not very expensive. Thank you in advance for your help!
: ) kristin
The Regent Palace Hotel in Piccadilly is basic accommodation and very central
Or if you want something even cheaper (and probably even more basic) you could check this site for a hostel:
A marginal place I stayed at was Kings Hotel near Kings Cross tube station. It was 20-22 pounds/night. You can find it on the hostel site above, or any hostel website. I can't remember the street name, but it was ...something Square.
It's ok, not luxurious at all, brekkie is corn flakes & oj. Showers may or may not be in the room, but there are some in the floor-bring flip-flops. Not great, a cut below the cheap ones I stayed at in Paris. But it is cheap.
look at superbreaks.com
or even premiertravelinn/s? anyway how much did u want2spend,you should have joined servas.org
My recommendation is: go to Argyle Street, Kings Cross.
You'll find plenty of (also nice) places where to stay at a reasonable price (Jesmond Dene hotel, just to mention one). You can surf the street and surroundings, and check out what can fit your needs (having a look at the rooms before, why not?). By the way, the area is so conveniently connected to everything, since at Kings Cross you've the train station and the tube station which is a stop for whatever line.
The are is not the best for dining, but who cares?
Ah, you can easily find a double room for around 40 pound, but there are also cheaper (and more expensive) options in the area (in 500 meters you'll find something like 30 accommodation options!)
I'M GOING NEXT WEEK-END AND I'M GOING TO STAY AT THE EUROPA HOUSE HOTEL WHICH IS A B&B VERY CLEAN AND FAMILIAR NEAR PADDINGTON STATION:
151 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London W2 2RY
Tel: 020 7723 7343 Fax: 020 7224 9331
55 POUNDS THE ROOM WITH BREAKFAST.
HOPE THIS WILL BE OK FOR YOU.
Thanks everyone for the great suggestions...I went to London over this past weekend and fell in love with it. And having a place to sleep was nice....: ) Thanks again!
So where'd you stay? how much was it? Recommend it?
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Address: 151 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W2 2RY, United Kingdom