Find A Very Cheap London Hotel
7 months ago Travis Jacobs Comments Off on Find A Very Cheap London Hotel
Here are the list of the best cheap London hotels for students and avid travelers:
Cherry Court Hotel
Address: 23 Hugh Street, SW1
Size: 12 rooms
Owned and run by the Patel family for over 30 years, the Cherry Court Hotel is located in a five-storey Victorian terraced building on a quiet residential side street, a five-minute walk from Victoria station.
All rooms have private, en-suite facilities and air-conditioning, there’s free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, and fruit baskets and biscuits are provided each day in lieu of breakfast.
The surrounding districts of Belgravia and Pimlico are fashionable, in-demand areas (proving, once and for all, that very cheap London hotels can exist in desirable locations), with lots of shops and eateries catering to the resident population as well as to tourists.
Address: 30 Wyndham Street, W1
Tube: Marylebone/Baker Street
Size: 10 rooms
The Wyndham Hotel is another family-run hotel, set in yet another Georgian terrace. Past guests have commented on the cleanliness and coziness of the rooms and public areas, and the friendliness of the owners.
All rooms have private shower, TV, tea/coffee-making facilities and telephone, but the toilets are out in the hall and shared with other guests.
There’s a tiny dining room, seating twelve, and a small courtyard for sitting outside in good weather. Full English or continental breakfast is included in the price, together with complimentary fresh fruit in the rooms.
Morgan Guest House
Address: 120 Ebury Street, SW1
Size: 11 rooms
In a listed Georgian building in fashionable Belgravia, the Morgan Guest House is close to Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, and within walking distance of the center of town and all the major attractions.
Some of the rooms have en-suite facilities; all have wash basins. As with a lot of very cheap London hotels, full English breakfast is included in the price and there’s free Wi-Fi, although the signal apparently fluctuates depending on which room you’re in.
Mozart and Ian Fleming once lived on Ebury Street, and there’s a residential, neighborhood feel to the area, with its shops and restaurants that will make you feel like a Londoner instead of a tourist.