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Cheap hotel option in central London?










Staying in a central London hotel can be an expensive outlay but quite often, visitors to London are happy to trade bedroom size to make a saving.

If your main requirement is location and you are happy to accept that the bedroom is simply a place to sleep then you can save real money.

How about a middle of the road, unremarkable 3 star hotel just 300 metres from Oxford Street?

We can not extol over its accommodation virtues, its “average”, its concrete purpose built and boring.

But here are the virtues:

Swimming pool

Car parking

Oxford Street – 5 mins walk

Soho – 5 mins walk

Theatreland – 10 minutes walk

Covent Garden – 10 minutes walk

Dominion Theatre – 4 minutes walk

Tripadvisor ranks it around 500 out of 1100 London hotels with most guests being highly positive about the location.  Its big and busy and when full you can have issues getting a quick breakfast but you walk out of the hotel and you are in the very centre of London’s West End.

Which hotel is it?  Its the St Giles Hotel on Tottenham Court Road

At the prices it charges we have to say that it offers value for money

Check it out at:

St Giles Hotel London


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