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London maintains a rich history whilst always looking forward, with traditions such as the changing of the guard and the spirit of Keep Calm and Carry On, and providing locations for recent hit films such as James Bond's Spectre and the infamous Harry Potter franchise. Find a cheap hotel in London and discover more of this exciting, cosmopolitan city.

History & Architecture

Nothing says London quite like the iconic clock-tower affectionately known as Big Ben, part of the Palace of Westminster and a prominent piece of the city’s skyline when viewed from the Thames. Built in 1858, the clock-tower survived bombing raids during the Second World War.

Just a short walk across the river via Westminster Bridge is the London Eye, a giant Ferris wheel built for the Millennium celebrations that offers breathtaking views over St Paul’s Cathedral and beyond. Stroll along the South Bank towards London Bridge and you'll come across another iconic piece of the city's skyline, The Shard, where you can enjoy fine dining and cool cocktails, while taking in some of the best views in London, at The View from the Shard.

Kensington Palace has been a residence of the royal family since the 17th century and can be viewed by the public, together with its surrounding gardens.


When Londoners want to relax, they head to the city’s many beautiful parks. Close to a number of hotels in London is Hyde Park, perfect for a stroll from Marble Arch down to Knightsbridge. Regents Park is another idyllic location, popular for its boating lakes and for hosting the London Zoo.


Mummies & Monet

The British Museum has one of the largest permanent collections in the world, with over eight million items from many different countries, including the Rosetta StoneEgyptian mummies, and the Elgin Marbles.


Situated in Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery is another must-see, with a collection that includes famous artworks such as van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Monet’s The Water Lily Pond.

The Tate Modern is housed in a former power station on the banks of the Thames and contains one of the best modern art collections in the world. It features famous works by PicassoWarhol, and Lichtenstein, amongst others.

Shopping in Central London

Saving on cheap hotels in London means you’ll have more money to hit the shops. Oxford Street has all the high street favourites, such as Top ManH&M and River Island, while Carnaby Street and Soho have more alternative brands and boutiques, such as Dr. MartensNudie Jeans, and the legendary The Great Frog (specialising in gorgeous rock star jewelry).

For a taste of the high life, head to Knightsbridge, where you’ll find upmarket stores such as Harvey Nichols and Harrods.

Bars, pubs and restaurants

Once you’ve found a hotel in London, you’ll want to unwind and grab a bite to eat. Chinatown next to Leicester Square, has a fantastic range of restaurants to choose from or head over to Poppies fish + chips in  Spitalfields market. Wash it down with a great range of ales at the Museum Tavern, opposite the British Museum, or take a tube ride to Camden and visit The Hawley Arms  for a traditional ploughmans.

Theatre Shows in London

From the glittering West End, to cutting-edge fringe theatre, you can experience everything London’s world-leading theatre scene has to offer with Our selection of theatre tickets include great deals on classic musicals and hot tickets like The Book of Mormon. You can also check out some of London’s most iconic shows, like the long-running Les Miserables, or treat the family to the excitement and imagination of The Lion King or School of Rock.