London bed and breakfast, Central London cheap Hotels
In seeking a cheap London hotel or a cheap bed and breakfast to stay in London City Centre, the guests take into account generally only the cost of housing or hotel accommodation. Some do not consider what they have come to do in London or what they want to see for the period which they would be in the capital.
When you book to stay in Victoria SW1 inexpesive city centre hotels , you would be close to tourist attraction such as the Buckingham Palace, which is the main home of Her majesty, Queen of England and also the administrative head offices of the Monarchy. Just walk from London Victoria station to the Parliament House. There are many cheap hotels in Victoria as well as cheap bed and breakfast properties for the traveller on low budget who at the same time wants to obtain much out of London
London WC1 Russell Square area is another popular sector for tourists of London. Staying in London inexpensive City centre hotels in Bloomsbury means that you are close to the Market of Camden and the Euston mainline station. The University of London is just next to Russell Square subway station. The British Library and the British Museum are also located in Bloomsbury. Covent Garden and Holborn are also located in this sector . Russell Square and Euston have certain goods budget London hotel and inexpensive city centre bed and breakfasts which meet the pocket of tourists. The Imperial London hotels group provides Russell square and Euston area with cheap 3 star hotels. Royal National hotel, Bedford Way WC1, Hotel Bedford Southampton Way WC1, President hotel on Guilford Street, and Imperial hotel Russell Square.
Piccadilly Circus, Marble Arch and the Oxford Circus are the most occupied sectors in London during the day. A stay in inexpensive hotels in the Marble Arch and budget London hotels in Oxford Circus means you are very close to places like the Theatreland and Leicester Square. The busiest London shopping Streets Oxford Street, Regent Street, Bond Street and the Tottenham Court Road are in these localities. One can get to the Trafalgar Square and the Piccadilly Circus from marble Arch and Oxford Circus by bus within a short period. Soho is also a short distance walk from these sectors.
Budget London hotels Marylebone, Regent's Street and The Baker street are close to the Zoo of London and they are good locations suitable to stay to explore central London. You will find quite some decent cheao London hotels and cheap London b&bs in this location. It is also completely cheaper to remain in the area of Paddington to explore London just a few minutes walk away to Hyde Park, Bayswater, Queensway and the Lancaster Gate subway stations. From Paddington, you get a fast link to the International airport of Heathrow via the Heathrow express train from Paddington train and subway stations. St Mary's Hospital
Earl's Court and Kensington areas have also tourist attractions and the places of interest near the cheap London hotels and inexpensive city centre bed and breakfast. Among them are the Earl's Court Exhibition and the Olympia Exhibition Centres. The Royal Albert Hall is in Kensington and so is the Science Museum, Victoria Museum and Albert Museum. Harrods in Knightsbridge is not far from a stay in the hotel at Kensington. High Street Kensington and the Kensington Gardens are all close to many hotels in Kensington. Earl's Court and Kensington just like the Victoria area, have many cheap bed and breakfast, cheap hotels as well as hotels from 3 stars to 5 stars. We also advise that in looking for a cheap b&b or cheap London hotel rooms and London inexpensive bed and breakfast or London budget self catering apartments and serviced apartment, you take into account the purpose of your visit to Central London.
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London has a very good public transport network with bonds to all the parts of the principal sectors of the city. There are buses, trains and also the tube. The capital subway lines mostly used are Northern line, Piccadilly line, Central Line, Victoria Line, Central line, District line, Bakerloo, Jubilee, etc.
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Street hotels NW1
Barbican and City hotels EC1
Bayswater hotels W2
Bloomsbury hotels WC1
Charing Cross hotels WC2
Earl's Court hotels SW5
Euston hotels WC1
Kensington hotels SW7
King's Cross hotels WC2
Marble Arch hotels W1
Mayfair Area apartments W1
Oxford Circus hotels W1
Piccadilly hotels W1
Queensway hotels W2
Russell Square hotels WC1
Strand hotels WC2
Trafalgar hotels WC2