Cheap Hotels in Richmond Upon Thames
Just a 30 minute journey into London’s bustling city centre and international airports, Richmond Hill Hotel is a beautiful Georgian building perfectly situated in the charming town of Richmond, Surrey. The hotel’s location could not be more idyllic with stunning views of Petersham Meadows and the River Thames just opposite the hotel and conveniently only a short walk into Richmond’s town centre and the famous royal park, where you can regularly enjoy the sights of roaming Fallow and Red Deer. The 143 bedrooms at Richmond Hill Hotel showcase a mix of Georgian charm and modern comfort and style, all recently refurbished to the highest standard, featuring quality furnishings and designer touches. All boasting natural daylight, the event spaces on offer at Richmond Hill Hotel can cater for all styles of events from conferences and day meetings to spectacular dinner dances and wonderful weddings in the elegant function rooms. Whether visiting for business or leisure enjoy some of the UK’s most popular natural, sporting and historic attractions just a short walk or car journey away.
Located in a leafy suburb of London and with easy connections to Twickenham Stadium and the city centre, The Orange Tree offers a boutique hotel experience. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout. Rooms at The Orange Tree are all en suite and combine modern design with comfort and convenience. Each room has a 32-inch flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an iPod docking station, a fridge and a work desk. The Orange Tree has long been a lively local gastropub, serving a variety of cask ales, specialty beers, wines and spirits alongside classic pub food. Other eateries, bars and shops in the Richmond area are within a 10-minute walk. Kew Gardens is less than 5 minutes away by car. Richmond Station is less than 75 metres from the hotel and London Waterloo is 20 minutes away by train. Heathrow Airport is 45 minutes away by public transport.
This traditional English inn is less than 700 metres from Richmond Station, the town centre and the River Thames. It offers en suite rooms, some limited free parking and tasty food. Parts of the Dukes Head Inn date back to Victorian times. It is in the pretty and historic town of Richmond upon Thames, less than 16 km from central London. The en suite rooms have TVs and tea/coffee. A full English breakfast is available each morning. The traditional pub offers classic English and modern food.
A few minutes' walk from Richmond town centre and rail/Tube stations, the cosy, popular Red Cow is a restored inn offering home-cooked bar food and comfortable accommodation. The Red Cow has a history that dates back to the early 19th century. Although recently refurbished, many of the original features, including wonderful glassworks, have been retained. Richmond Station has frequent rail services to Central London, and the Tube station is connected to the District Line and London Overground Line.
Richmond Park Hotel
With a stay at Richmond Park in Richmond (Richmond-upon-Thames), you'll be a 3-minute drive from Richmond Park and 8 minutes from Twickenham Stadium. This hotel is 5.7 mi (9.1 km) from Hampton Court Palace and 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from Kensington High Street. Stay in one of 22 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and electric kettles. A complimentary continental breakfast is served on weekdays from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM and on weekends from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Featured amenities include multilingual staff and laundry facilities.
Kew Rooms Hotel
Kew Gardens Apartment Hotel
In Richmond (Richmond-upon-Thames)
The Coach & Horses Hotel
Stunning Central Richmond with garden Hotel
Hotels in Richmond Upon Thames
Known as London's most attractive borough and a favourite retreat of royalty, Richmond is only a 15-minute train ride from Waterloo. The Thames runs through the borough for 21 miles, linking central London with Hampton Court Palace, Richmond town and Kew Gardens. The area is so rich in beautiful royal parks, historic houses, theatres, museums, galleries, shops and restaurants, it rivals anywhere in London.
Travelling by river is a fantastic way to see many of the attractions in the area, which include Marble Hill House, Ham House and Hampton Court Palace. On a boat trip you can relax, have a drink and something to eat, and let the world go by. Ideal for children too, a river trip is a must-do on your Richmond get-away.
At the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, 326 acres contain the world's largest and most diverse collection of living plants, with over 30,000 plant types represented. You'll see the world's oldest living pot plant in the Palm House, ten climatic zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory, ranging from steamy rain forest to arid desert, and mountain terrain plants in the Davies Alpine House. Quite a trip for the whole family, there's also a choice of four eateries – two cafés and two restaurants.
The unique Sandycombe Lodge in Twickenham was designed and built by the great landscape painter and architect J.M.W. Turner, in 1813. Open to the public on the first Saturday of the month from April to October, it's great value at only £4 per adult.
Marble Hill, with its 66 acres of riverside parkland, is the last of the elegant villas erected on the Thames between Richmond and Hampton Court in the 18th century. Designed by a circle of fashionable aesthetes, including the poet Alexander Pope, work began on the house in 1724 for Henrietta Howard, mistress of King George II. The architecture and associations make this villa of great local, national and international importance, and the interior of the home is quite spectacular. Soak up the heady atmosphere of fashionable Georgian life on Saturdays and Sundays at £7 per adult.
Eat and drink
There are so many sights and things to do in Richmond, including shop till you drop! So here are some well-chosen places for you to relax and unwind in.
How about sampling the warm and friendly atmosphere, traditional Italian food and the finest wines at Al Boccon di'vino, which translates as ‘a divine mouthful'? Enjoy the freshest pasta, the finest cheese and meats imported from Italy, fish to die for and desserts that you could only otherwise experience in Venice itself – Bellissimo.
The Prince's Head is a beautiful Richmond pub, serving up hearty fare and well-kept ales. With its location being right on Richmond Green, it's a great spot for a summer drink, and it's one of the best pubs for food too.
Whatever your budget, there are so many Richmond upon Thames hotels to choose from, you'll be spoilt for choice.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Richmond Upon Thames
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Richmond Upon Thames?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in Richmond Upon Thames are Shandon Hotel, Bingham Riverhouse and The Red Cow - Guest House.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Richmond Upon Thames?Shandon Hotel in Richmond Upon Thames offers one night in a double room at the price of £115.
If I want to stay in the center of Richmond Upon Thames, which hotels shall I consider?The best hotels near the center of Richmond Upon Thames are Bingham Riverhouse, Dukes Head Inn and Shandon Hotel.
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