London is a very tourist city as there are many landmarks and monuments to be seen. This ancient city attracts more than 30 million tourists annually. Whether you want to enjoy London for pleasure or business purposes the question “Where to stay?” comes up.
One of the most common options is a hotel. Depending on the budget you can compare amenities, locations and hotels. Prices depend on the area you want to stay at. For example – one night in a hotel in Kensington could cost you from £50 to £250 per night. A night in Croydon could cost you from £40 to £200. Most of the hotels offer free Wi-Fi and breakfast. There are different types of rooms to choose from depending on if you’re visiting alone or as a group – single, double (one double bed), twin (two single beds), triple (one double and 1 single or three single beds) or family (one double bed and two single beds).
If you are a bigger group of friends and want a budget stay – browse the hostels. You can find a bed to sleep on for just £12 per night with breakfast included. That’s of course if you don’t mind sleeping in a 21 Bed mixed dormitory. Hostels are usually with Wi-Fi. They also offer private rooms and they are priced almost as hotel rooms. This is a good option if you want to stay in central London for less.
These are typical for the UK and are usually family-run guesthouses. They look like regular houses on the outside. They basically offer what their name suggests – a bed and a breakfast. Their prices vary between £30 and £100 per night.
This type of accommodation offers the freedom of having an apartment all by yourself. You can choose it online; compare view, locations and rates. As you can imagine you’ll be availed to a more spacious accommodation so expect to pay a higher price. The price range starts at £75 per night and goes up to £1,000.
One of the best known search engines for accommodation is Booking.com. There you can choose favourite locations, proximity to transport, read reviews and compare hotels and prices. Reservation is quite easy and often it's free cancelation so you don't pay anything extra if you cancel on time.
Another good place to search for accommodation in London is Hotels.com. They often offer many discounts and you can even get up to 50% off the normal price.
There is plenty of accommodation in London available at all times. To find the perfect one compare your selection in advance and read reviews from previous visitors online.