If you’re planning to book a hotel in West London, it’s worth spending a few days exploring the area. Our favourites include Richmond Park, a national reserve with over 600 Red and Fallow deer roaming throughout the grounds and the famous Royal Botanical Gardens, known more often as Kew Gardens.
Toward Chiswick, there’s Hogarth House and surrounding gardens, once home to the famous painter, William Hogarth. While most hotels in West London won’t quite be as old as this cottage built in the 1700s, we find you hotel deals in West London that include every type of stay from historic hotels and modern apartments.
Cricket fans can visit the renowned Lord’s Cricket Ground in West London. Visit the MCC museum, take an official tour, have an afternoon tea on the ground or just drop in to the Lord’s Tavern for a swift pint.
West London is also home to St John’s Wood, where you can see the Abbey Road crossing, made famous by the Beatles. There are plenty of cheap hotels in West London and the option to take walking tours to find out more about the history of Abbey Road and the surrounding area.