Whether your stay is for business, sightseeing with the family, or a romantic getaway, we’ve got a great range of discount London hotels to suit your needs, in all the right locations.
From the latest films to the hottest West End shows, experience the bright lights and glamour of London’s entertainment hotspot. Choose from a range of plays and musicals such as the smash hits Wicked and the Lion King, or take in the latest film at the Odeon, Empire, Vue, or Prince Charles cinemas.
Treat yourself to a shopping spree with the money you’ve saved on your discount London hotel. Oxford Street is a shopper’s paradise, with the flagship stores of many high street brands here, including Topshop, Primark, and H&M.
When you want a break from the busy crowds, Carnaby Street’s more relaxed, pedestrianised shopping area is ideal for browsing the smaller fashion boutiques here. Famous for providing mods, rockers, and music royalty such as The Who, and The Rolling Stones with clothes during the 1960s, this iconic fashion district still retains much of its charm.
Harrods in Knightsbridge is another must visit during your stay. One of the most famous department stores in the world, it’s said you can buy anything here, from a diamond manicure to a luxury yacht. See the mouth-watering deli, and browse luxury designer goods by Stella McCartney, Burberry, and Giorgio Armani before enjoying a classic Afternoon Tea at the Tea Room on the second floor.
There’s food from all over the world to tempt you in this cosmopolitan city. Head to Chinatown for a great range of mouth-watering buffets, grab a pizza in Leicester Square, or go for a curry on Brick Lane.
When it’s time for a brew, there are a great range of specialist cafes in London, including Milk Bar and Foxcroft & Ginger in Soho for coffee fans, and Yumchaa off Oxford Street and in Camden for a large selection of teas.
From the iconic tower of Big Ben to the majestic splendour of Buckingham Palace, there’s so much to explore once you’ve booked your discount London hotel. Take a ride on the Millennium Eye for breath-taking views across the city on a clear day, where you can see St Paul’s Cathedral on the opposite bank of the Thames and beyond.
Many of London’s public galleries and museums are free and home to some of the most famous exhibits in the world. See dinosaur bones at the National History Museum, the Rosetta Stone and Egyptian mummies at the British Museum, art by Francis Bacon and Tracey Emin at the Tate Britain and many more fascinating works at a range of venues.