Langland Hotel

29 - 31 Gower Street, London, W1CE 6HG, United Kingdom
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by lickme

where is the best (cheap) hotel to stay at in london?

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by film

Travelodge have deals.

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by davesut

Recently stayed in a youth hstel at Holland Park which was good if hostels are your kindathing

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by shutterlust

check out the langland hotel on gower street in bloomsbury. I enjoyed my stay there, it was clean, but definitely a budget hotel (no chocolates on your pillow here!)

Bed & Breakfasts

by sunset_gal

Hi, we have heard alot about English B&Bs and how competitive their rates are compared to hotels. We would like to find a double with private bath for hopefully as low a price as possible (less than US$100) without staying too far out. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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by leics

It seems to me that a lot of London so-called b&bs are really small hotels (which do not offer bar/ evening meal facilities). This isn't really the same as the b&bs in the rest of the UK, which tend to be smaller and more like private homes. You could try this site (I just googled it):

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by shutterlust

Try the Langland Hotel, it's right on Gower in Bloomsbury, i think I paid about $50 for a single, not ensuite, but there were definitely ensuites available, and I believe it was under $100. It's a good central location, clear, not the most comfortable of beds (but then again, I'm a spoiled child, or so my parents say). The owners are friendly and good full English breakfast. Check it out.

Travel Tips for London

I would strongly advise any...

by tony.batt

I would strongly advise any visitor to london to check out Camden market on the weekend, it has Londons most eclectic collection of clothes, food, pubs and clubs and is a must see for everyone, It can be found about 10 minutes from central London on the north side. My fondest memory is of playing with my son Sam in any of Londons many public parks.

Covent Garden

by Gypsystravels

Once an area of decaying streets Covent Gardens is now completely revitalized. Come and stroll the many shops and check out the street performers. Love the vibrant atmosphere and great shopping that can be found here in Covent Garden.

Changing the guard.

by JulesH

This particular change took place at Horseguards Parade but there is also a change at Buckingham Palace, WIndsor Castle and The Tower of London. It is basically a shift change for the Queens Guard and takes place to the pomp and ceremony of a marching band. In the summer, the guard changes daily at around 11am. Check the following website for times: Trying to make a member of the Queens Guard move or laugh when I was a child. It's part of their training that they have to stay as still as a statue while on sentry duty!

Busy and sometimes unfriendly!

by J.I.M

Londoners are nice people really, BUT they are sometimes not very happy or welcoming! In the city centre things can be so busy and people want to get to where they need to be as quick as possible. So people are often in a hurry and don't have time to give a smile or a "hello!". It's all eyes-to-the-floor-and-walk-as-fast-as-possible sometimes!

Water everywhere!

by arv1

the weather in london is unpredictable so even if the forecast says it wont rain, still pack something warm and that would keep u dry depending on where you come from, batteries can be expensive here, especially for cameras so i recommend bringing some from home always keep water with you!! no matter how cold it is outside, on the underground it is always considerably warmer. and when you really need water, its never there!


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Address: 29 - 31 Gower Street, London, W1CE 6HG, United Kingdom