The Ideal Home Show is the UK's largest consumer home show and attracts more than 200,000 visitors to Earls Court and bargain-hunters will quickly book cheap hotels in London.
Running for 17 days, savvy visitors are already planning their stay. London hotels near Earls Court will become full before the event.
One of the most popular regular exhibitions in London, the Ideal Home Show will be returning to Earls Court in March 2013. The event is expected to attract over 200,000 visitors and cheap hotels in the area will undoubtedly be expecting a brisk trade. The event organisers are expecting the show to continue its trend of getting better every year - 71% of visitors agreed the show in 2012 was as good or better than previous years.
Responding to the current economic environment, The Ideal Home Show 2013 is expected to focus on home improvement. Visitors can expect the usual blend of ideas and inspiration with exhibitors showcasing the latest innovations, products and ideas on everything from home furnishings to environmental technology for the home. See what's hot in home improvement, interior design and outdoor living.
You can also expect a range of activities, a sprinkling of stars and no doubt a goodie bag or two stuffed with freebies.
Useful information on the Ideal Home Show 2013
The Ideal Home Show 2010 will run from 15th March to 1st April 2010 at Earls Court One in the heart of West London.
There are lots of transport options that make Earls Court easy to get to and within reach of some of London's cheapest hotels. By tube head to Earls Court station (District and Piccadilly lines) or West Brompton station. From Earl's Court station take the Warwick Road exit and the venue is directly opposite. From West Brompton station, the venue is directly opposite and you must walk down the right-hand side of the building for Earls Court One.
Direct overland train services run from Clapham Junction, East Croydon, Watford Junction, Willesden Junction and Stratford. From Gatwick Airport you will have to change at Clapham Junction or East Croydon.
There are many buses that stop close to Earls Court One. Be aware that when travelling from the south buses stop on Warwick Road, but from the north they stop on Earls Court Road from which Earls Court One is a very short walk (just follow the signs).
National Express runs many nationwide coaches into London Victoria Coach Station (near some handy and cheap London hotels) which is a short hop on the District Line to Earls Court. Some routes will even stop on Earls Court Road if requested so check before you leave.