London – for all tastes, budgets & cultural influences!
London is a historical and cultural wonderland that everyone should try to visit at least once in their life. Be warned though – once you visit, you’ll likely feel the urge to return to this iconic city again and again. From the ruins, Queen Boadicea left of old Londinium to the present day; there is so much history to explore. You can walk down any street and find an artefact. Even if it’s just part of a medieval wall or the remnants of Tudor architecture, you can almost feel the stories behind them.
This hugely cosmopolitan city has an infectious energy that you’ll feel as soon as you leave your lodgings. With over 100 languages spoken in almost all of London’s boroughs, you’ll have no problem exploring the whole world’s culture from the one place.
For those who prefer the contemporary offerings of a capital city, London has all the mod-cons like boutique shopping, nightclubs and bars, elegant dining options and more. Whether you’re 10 or 100, you’ll never grow bored of this stunning city, and there’s something to suit every budget.
Thankfully, the accommodation in London is designed to meet the needs of every budget, taste and cultural background too. Here are the top picks according to the very experienced Hotels.com:
London’s Best Accommodation
Highest Rated – Cavendish House Windsor
If you’re looking for luxury accommodation that has fantastic reviews, then Cavendish House is for you. Located in Windsor City Centre in the Berkshire region, you’ll be a stroll away from historic Windsor, Windsor Castle and the Theatre Royal. You’ll also only be a 5-minute walk from Windsor & Eton Central Station and Windsor & Eton Riverside Station, making it easy to explore the rest of London and beyond. Further afield, we have Frogmore House and Eton College (3 km) Legoland Windsor (4.3 km) and Dorney Lake (12 km).
Previous guests gush over the six clean, spacious and well-appointed apartments available, the beautiful gardens, the service and the location. It helps that Cavendish House offers free parking, free wifi and complimentary wine, milk and other goodies to their guests.
History on a budget – Heathrow Cottages B&B
Why not experience London’s rich historic charm by actually staying in a genuinely historical location? This quaint bed and breakfast was built in the 17th century and has retained all the magic of this era. Later it was beautifully furnished and fitted out to offer every amenity and suit every person. Situated in historic Stanwell Village just 5 minutes from Heathrow Airport (but thankfully not under the flight path), Heathrow Cottages offer an airport shuttle to guests. It also provides easy access to Windsor, Staines and London by Tube or bus, so you’ll have no trouble seeing the sites.
Each well-appointed room is furnished to the highest standards with all facilities. The very modern travertine or limestone bathrooms are luxurious, with underfloor heating and power shower.
You’ll also receive a complimentary full English or Continental breakfast and all included in the price.
Modern and Diverse – Qbic Hotel
This quirky, modern hotel is perfect for those wanting to experience London’s, artistic heart. This East London hotel is well situated in London’s liveliest sector, close to art galleries, street food vendors, boutiques, clubs and bars, as well as other contemporary tourist attractions. And this area is probably London’s most multiculturally diverse and just taking a stroll around the local area will leave you full of zest.
Each beautiful room is as individual as the guests who choose to stay at the Qbic. They are all sustainably built, which means you’ll encounter weird and wonderful art installations that will thrill you. Expect bold, bright and crazy, which ensures you’ll never forget your time at the Qbic Hotel London.
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