51 Grange Park, Ealing, W5 3PRShow on map
“A friendly and clean bed and breakfast in Ealing”The Abbey Lodge Hotel is a 17 room, 2 star bed and breakfast that is situated in Ealing, West London. The closest tube station to the Abbey Lodge... Read More »
3 star modern hotel
Ealing Common, Ealing, W5 3HNShow on map
"Comfortable rooms with delightful views and plenty of convenient amenities" The DoubleTree by Hilton London Ealing ( was the Ramada London Ealing) is in a quiet West London suburb with views of Ealing Common.... Read More »
4 star urban cool hotel
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Apartment - 4* contemporary
50 - 54 The Broadway, Ealing, W13 0SUShow on map
The Best Western Maitrise Suites Apartment Hotel is set on Ealing Broadway, a busy shopping street in the London Borough of Ealing in west London, about seven miles from the centre of the capital. Despite this... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
Western Avenue,, Ealing, W5 1HGShow on map
"A stylish hotel with classic comforts, modern technology and a good restaurant" Crowne Plaza London – Ealing is a 4-Star classic hotel offering great service and good transport connections to Heathrow... Read More »
3 star modern hotel
1-6 Ritz Parade, Hanger Lane, W5 3RAShow on map
"Feel at ease with a popular hotel chain offering excellent value in West London" Ideal for corporate travellers as well as families and holidaymakers, Premier Inn London Hanger Lane is a modern 3-Star hotel... Read More »
3 star modern hotel
51-53 Steyne Road, Acton, Acton, W3 9NUShow on map
The Blue Star Hotel is an 18 room, modern 3 star hotel which is located in Acton, West London. The closest tube station to the Blue Star Hotel is Acton Town which is less than a 15 minute walk from the venue.... Read More »
150 Horn Lane, Acton, W3 6PGShow on map
The A to Z Hotel is a 25 room, budget friendly 3 star hotel which is located in Acton, West London. The closest tube station to the A to Z Hotel is West Acton. The nearest rail station to the A to Z Hotel is... Read More »
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Ealing, a suburb of West London, is an area of London which has been occupied for over 7,000 years, and before it became developed in the 19th century, it was a place where Londoners would come to escape the smoke and smell of London, to enjoy the pleasant green spaces, however the Ealing of today is quite different from when gentility would purchase estates amongst the farming fields.
When the area became market gardens in Victorian times, more workers moved into the area to help growers meet demand and the introduction of the railway meant that more houses were built to accommodate the growing population.
With the gradual introduction of electric trams, Ealing became known as Queen of the Suburbs, a name that sticks to this day. Ealing may have come a long way from the days when it was considered to be the countryside, but it still has leafy enclaves at Ealing Common, Lammas Park, Pitzhanger Manor and Walpole Park, so it is still an attractive place to visit.
In recent years, Ealing became known for its film studios, producing classic British comedies such as The Lavender Hill Mob, The Ladykillers and Kind Hearts and Coronets.
Ealing also has an impressive musical legacy due to the former Ealing Jazz Club, where Mick Jagger and Keith Richards met Brian Jones and went on to form the Rolling Stones. The club was also the venue where many notable acts have performed such as Rod Stewart, The Who and Eric Clapton. The venue has now been turned into a club called The Red Room, but a group of residents called The Ealing Club have formed to bring live music back to the area and hold gigs in several venues.
Many of Ealing's green spaces feature annual outdoor concerts, including the largest jazz festival in the UK, the Ealing Jazz Festival and Ealing Summer Festival, which features live music and comedy.
Ealing also has a fantastic selection of shops and markets, from high-street, designer and independent boutiques to antique shops, a farmer's market and London's only remaining agricultural market, where you can pick up some very fresh produce.
A multicultural society means that there is also a great selection of restaurants in Ealing, including many Indian and South Asian restaurants such as Five Hot Chillies and Madhus as well as restaurants offering fine British dining made with local produce.
Home to both the Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club and the Queens Park Rangers football team, the area is a great place for sport fans to visit and the Gaelic Games are also held with great support from the Irish community. The parks also offer many sporting activities for residents and visitors to enjoy.
Ealing Broadway and Ealing Common Stations offer great links to central London and Heathrow Airport via the Piccadilly line, as well as a direct link to Victoria Station, where you can catch the Gatwick Express Train.
Hotels in the area tend to be much cheaper than in central London and you will find chain hotels, low-cost tourist-class hotels and boutique hotels alike throughout the area. Some of the budget hotels may be of varying quality, but Ealing's picturesque green spaces, travel links and shopping make this a great place for tourists of all varieties to stay.