Looking for cheap accommodation in the capital? Which are the ten best budget hotels in London? Which rooms are of good quality, but still give you good value for money? Here is a run-down of the top 10 budget hotels in the capital.
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The Lincoln House Hotel is an old Georgian town house close to the department stores in Oxford Street and tourist attractions of Marble Arch. The public rooms have been tastefully decorated in period style.
The Hoxton Hotel might well be the most luxurious budget hotel in London, but is let down a little by its location – north of Finsbury Circus. A good buy if you don’t mind travelling around by bus and tube.
The Pavilion is probably best for the younger generation – its rooms have “wacky” themes like ‘Oriental Bordello’ and ‘Honky Tonk Afro’. It is a favourite haunt of the musical minded. Don’t say you haven’t been warned…
The recently renovated Mayflower Hotel has a rather minimalist, contemporary style – but is one of the best in its price bracket. The rooms have an almost eastern, oriental feel, with tropical palms and ceiling fans.
The Jenkins Hotel was once the setting for Agatha Christie’s Poirot, and some of that period charm remains. It occupies a great place in Bloomsbury near the British Museum – close to the shops of Oxford Street.
The B+B Belgravia can be found in practically every London guide book, for a very good reason – it is one of the best budget hotels around. It is close to Victoria station, near Buckingham Palace and Westminster.
We’ve put the Holly House Hotel in on price alone – it is probably the cheapest B&B in Victoria. If you don’t mind its small size then the location more than makes up for it, a stone’s throw from Victoria station.
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