Grenville House Hotel

4 Guilford Street, Bloomsbury, London, England WC1
Grenville House Hotel
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by anissarjohnson

Any suggestion on where to find a listing of Moderately prices hotels in London my budget is $100-$200 per night.

Re: Hotels

by SassyMcPeaches

I don't know where to find a comprehensive list, but I can highly recommend my favourite London hotel that fits in your budget, depending on how many people/rooms you need. Full breakfast is usually included, as well.

The K&K George in Kensington and Chelsea:

Re: Hotels

by leics

You will find all accommodation in London listed on the official London tourist info site (with search engines and booking facilities): is also a reliable site, with honest reviews and good mapping.

Try to stay incentral London itself. Hotels further out (London is huge) may be cheaper, but you will spend time and money travelling in and out of the centre each day.

Re: Hotels

by zuriga

The Travelodge and Premier Inn chains often have good deals, and there are a few Travelodge hotels in London itself.

Re: Hotels

by leics

But don't have the Travelodge breakfasts...they are over-priced for what they are. Go to a nearby cafe for better choice and value.

Re: Hotels

by anissarjohnson

Thank you all so very much! :-)

Re: Hotels

by rkall

Well, Accommodation is not a problem in London.
You may choose one from Heathrow Lodge (starting from £38) Oakwood Guest House (starting from £38) easyhotel Healthrow (starting from £29).
Also Shandon house hotel on Church road might be a good option for you.

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by vaibhav_s

Within your range u can find hotels here

they have around 15 hotels located in different parts of london

Travel Tips for London

Theatre-ticket bookings in advance

by cadja

There is a great website about literally every Stage-performing art in whole of UK.

Look up plays, book and pay your tickets before leaving. Couldn't get any better!

A good advice is to tick the box saying "I'll pick up my tickets at the box office" because you certainly doesn't want to loose a 40 pound ticket in the mail... I've only come across one theatre who didn't have that option, The Globe, but fortunately the 5 pound ticket found my mailbox anyway. :-) Close shave between experiencing Judi Dench and Kenneth Branagh on stage. But while "All's well that ends well" (Dench) was a sleeping pill during the first act "Edmond" (Branagh) was a one hour long hard punch in solar plexus. Would be my fondest theatre memory - so far.

Visit Tower Bridge,whilst your...

by Linky_Pinky

Visit Tower Bridge,whilst your there go towards the Tower Thistle Hotel just next door and just behind it is a lovely marina with shops and a pub.
And of course visit the Tower of London.
You can go up and walk across the gantry of Tower Bridge, or go down and see the lifting mechanism that opens the bridge, fascinating piece of engineering. Tower bridge.

Tour Guides at the Tower of London

by syllybabe

These guards/guides are called beefeaters (thanks phil_uk_net). They live inside the compound of the Tower of London and they're there to provide historical information and quard the grounds.
Their spiel is pretty amusing. They tell stories of love, war, family, envy, jealousy, death, etc. in the royal family through the ages.
This guy was so good he had all of us enthralled!

Walk along the River Thames

by kris-t

The river's name appears always to have been pronounced with a simple "t" at the beginning; the Middle English spelling was typically Temese and Latin Tamesis. The "th" lends an air of Greek to the name and was added during the Renaissance, possibly to reflect or support a belief that the name was derived from River Thyamis in the Epirus region of Greece, whence early Celtic tribes are thought to have migrated. However, most scholars now believe Temese and Tamesis come from Celtic (Brythonic) Tamesa, perhaps meaning "the dark one". The Thames has a length of 346 km (215 miles).

The Thames is a motif in many books. My favorite - Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K. Jerome describes a boat trip up the Thames..

National Gallery - one of the...

by Tolik

National Gallery - one of the best arts museum in the world. The gallery's years of acquisition has produced a collection of more than 2200 paintings including Italian masterpieces (works by Boticelli, Titian, Raphael, Micelangelo). From Spain there are famous paintings by El Greco, Velazkquez and Goya; from France - Cézanne and the Impressionists; from the Low Countries - Rembrandt, Rubens and many more!


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Address: 4 Guilford Street, Bloomsbury, London, England WC1