Hotels in London, the United Kingdom

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Best neighbourhoods to book a hotel in London

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C$ 207 - C$ 523

CHEAPEST NEIGHBOURHOOD IN LONDONHammersmith and Fulham33% cheaperHotels in Hammersmith and Fulham are the cheapest in London at just C$ 207 per night on average
MOST EXPENSIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD IN LONDONCovent Garden41% more expensiveCovent Garden has the highest priced hotels in London with rooms averaging C$ 523 per night
MOST POPULAR NEIGHBOURHOOD IN LONDONCamden72% more users visitedMore momondo users search for hotels in Camden than any other neighbourhood in London

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Hotels in popular neighbourhoods in London

Below are the most popular neighbourhoods in London to stay in, as well as some of the best hotels in each area

When to book a hotel in London

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Low seasonJanuarycheapest month to stay
High seasonMaymost expensive time to stay
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C$ 304 - C$ 573

Cheapest day of weekSundayis the cheapest day of the week to book
Highest day of weekSaturdayis the most expensive day of the week to book
C$ 523is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day
C$ 385is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day

Useful insights on London hotels

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Lowest Hotel Price

C$ 50

Most Popular Hotel (5-star)

Rafayel on the Left Bank

Hotels Near Airport


Average Length of Stay

1 day
The cheapest price for a room in London found in the last 7 days is C$ 50/night. This rate is available with Yha London St Pancras, a 4-star hotel.
Travel with comfort when booking a room with Rafayel on the Left Bank, the most popular 5-star hotel in London (7.4/10 rating - based on 1,030 reviews).
There are 21,633 hotels in London close to London Heathrow. Aerotel London Heathrow T2 & T3 is the nearest with a distance of 0.1 km from this airport.
On average, people stay for 1 day when lodging at hotels in London. The average accommodation price for 1 day in London in the past week is C$ 474.

London travel tips

Best time to visit London

Being one of the most visited cities in the world, London is packed with tourists all year round. The city is extra-crowded in summer due to school breaks so you can expect long lines at the popular attractions. Hotel rates are also relatively higher during this time of the year. The shoulder months from March – April and September – November are good times to visit. The weather is mild, the crowds are slightly thinner, and hotel rates fall into a reasonable range. The festive season around Christmas and New Year also sees a surge in tourists and hotel prices. It can rain anytime in London, so make sure to pack an umbrella whenever you visit.

Getting around London

The entire city of London is well-connected with an extensive and efficient public transport system and the tube (London underground) is the city’s lifeline. Fares start at £4.90 GBP. You also have the London buses and black taxis. To cover shorter distances either walk or opt for the bike-share system called Santander Cycles. You pay £2.00 GBP for 24 hours, for unlimited rides not exceeding 30 minutes on any individual ride.

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Cheapest C$ 128

Average C$ 292

Most expensive C$ 720

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Where to stay in London

Best places to stay in London

Home to the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and The Beatles, London is an icon of history and royalty. But that’s definitely not all. London is also a great spot for art, architecture, culture, food, fashion and sports. A beautiful union of traditional and modern London continues to be one of the most visited cities in the world. Almost every London neighbourhood has its own distinct character and is home to at least one globally recognized landmark.

South Bank

Along the Thames River, the South Bank neighbourhood is home to several London attractions. Along the pedestrians-only river bank there is a festive and casual atmosphere, and you will see some excellent views of iconic London landmarks. Check out the Mad Hatter Hotel set on top of a Victorian pub on Stamford Street. Or you can book a stay at the London Marriott Hotel County Hall, a stately stone building with rooms overlooking the Thames river.

West End

A constantly buzzing central neighbourhood the West End is full of theatres, shops, and clubs. In the heart of the West End, stay at the warm and welcoming Flemings Mayfair hotel, or try The London EDITION hotel just off Oxford Street. For sophisticated and luxury accommodation favoured by members of UK’s royal family, stay at The Dukes London hotel just off St. James’s Street. High on Brit traditions the Dukes offers Afternoon Tea in a stylish setting complete with freshly baked scones and a choice of pastries and sandwiches.

Kensington & Hyde Park

This neighbourhood exudes regal elegance. The string of bakeries and cheese shops, along with museums and parks makes for a very diverse itinerary when visiting or staying in this area. Check out the serviced apartments at Cheval Harrington Court, or consider staying at the boutique hotel The Montcalm London Marble Arch. At the prime location in Park Lane, you will find the Art Deco-styled 45 Park Lane hotel offering luxurious rooms with modern amenities.

City of London

Also known as ‘The City’, this neighborhood is the financial hub of London. The world’s biggest corporations have offices in fancy high-rises in this neighbourhood. This is an extremely lively and busy place during the week and is relatively quiet on the weekends. Enjoy the elegant serviced apartments at SACO the Cannon or stay at the Threadneedles, a boutique-styled hotel near Bank tube station.


Home to the Prime Meridian Line, Greenwich is the global time-keeper to which the world sets its time. The neighbourhood has verdant parks, maritime history, and antiques markets. The area has a rustic charm because of its Victorian and Georgian architecture. Or check out the Homestead Inn – Thomas Henkelmann, an upscale boutique hotel with 2.7 acres of lush manicured greens at Field Point Road.

Cheap hotels in London

For a quirky budget stay, check out the Generator Hostel in Bloomsbury. It has some funky repurposed furniture and street art all over the place. You could also look at the Clink78 hostel with Japanese-style pod beds located at King’s Cross Road. Another place to enjoy a budget stay is the family-run Garden Court Hotel on a pretty Victorian street close to Notting Hill and Hyde Park. Hotel chains like Holiday Inn Express, Comfort Inn, and Best Western also offer cheap rates at many of their properties in London.

Learn about attractions and sights in London

In the vast and vivacious city of London a first visit may be typically used to tick off the bucket-list of all its world-renowned monuments and landmarks. Apart from the popular attractions, the city has so much to offer that you may need to make more than one trip to focus on London’s other cultural aspects. Some other interesting attractions in London are the culinary scene, fashion, sports, music, arts, and theatre.

  • Take a ride on the Coca Cola London Eye in South Bank to enjoy panoramic views of London city. The Tate Modern and Shakespeare’s Globe are in the same area and are ‘must see’ items in London.
  • At the West End explore the British Museum, visit The National Gallery art museum at Trafalgar Square. Stop and have a meal or drink at the Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus. Admire the splendid Early-English Gothic architecture of Westminster Abbey. Take a tour of the state rooms of Buckingham Palace, and watch the Changing of the Guards ceremony on the palace grounds.
  • In the City of London see St Paul’s Church, and get a glimpse of history at the Tower of London.
  • In Kensington you can explore interactive exhibits at the Science Museum and get a glimpse of royalty at the Kensington Palace. If you are a science lover, visit the Natural History Museum and the Victoria & Albert Museum (V&A). Take a leisurely stroll at the large green expanse of Hyde Park. In the winter months a part of Hyde Park is transformed into Winter Wonderland with fairground rides, ice rinks, and other seasonal attractions.
  • At Greenwich, which is a World Heritage Site, visit the Royal Observatory Greenwich museum and the National Maritime Museum. Go to the Old Royal Naval College and watch a show at the O2 arena. Take a ride on the Emirates Air Line Cable Car for 360 degree views of London city.

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    A hotel room in London will generally set you back around C$ 499 per night. This figure is an average and prices will vary according to the facilities, location and room availability at your desired hotel.