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Acton

Acton, named after an 'oak farm' in old English, is a very multi-cultural district in the Borough of Ealing, south west London. It was known in the 17th century for its proliferation of laundries, which earnt t...   more ⇒

Aldgate

Aldgate is located in the London postcode EC3 and is 800 metres north of the Tower of London. It is on the junction of 3 major roads, Houndsditch, Fenchurch Street and Minories. To the east is Shoreditch and to...   more ⇒

Balham

Balham may not be quite as gentrified as nearby Clapham, but it has become a desirable place to live, especially in recent years, largely due to the lower living costs than central London, the still grand Victo...   more ⇒

Bank

Bank is located in the City of London and its name is pretty self-explanatory as this is where the Bank of England is situated, in an austere colonnaded building at the heart of London's financial district. The...   more ⇒

Barbican

The Barbican is a world famous arts centre located at Silk Street EC2Y 8DS, close to Aldersgate Street EC1 and London Wall EC2.    The Barbican was constructed in the 1970's and was officially opened ...   more ⇒

Battersea

Battersea sits in the London borough of Wandsworth, close to Clapham and Queenstown Road. The area encompasses Battersea Park, Clapham Junction, Queenstown Road and Wandsworth Road rail stations, so it enjoys g...   more ⇒

Bayswater

"Hotels in Bayswater, London" The vibrant, diverse district of Bayswater has a cosmopolitan, almost suburban feel. Nestled in the west of London, to the north of Hyde Park and Kensington, but not as far out as...   more ⇒

Beckton

Think of the map on opening credits for BBC TV series East Enders and that is Beckton. Beckton is in East London, part of the London Borough of Newham. Its boundaries are the A13 trunk road to the north, Barkin...   more ⇒

Belgravia

"Hotels in Belgravia, London" Belgravia is proof that the old adage 'you are a reflection of the company you keep' is true; surrounded by Knightsbridge, Buckingham Palace and Sloane Street, it is breathtakingly...   more ⇒

Bermondsey

The increasingly trendy Bermondsey area of London lies in the southeast, just down river of Borough and close to Rotherhithe. Lying so close to Borough, one of the oldest areas of London, Bermondsey is a very h...   more ⇒

Bethnal Green

Bethnal Green is an area that encapsulates the spirit of East London, a mix of gentrification and imposing council flats, large enclaves of immigrant communities, an artsy vibe and a lingering reputation of pov...   more ⇒

Bishopsgate

One of twenty-five wards in the City of London, the ward of Bishopsgate covers the area from Worship Street in the north to London Wall in the south. "Bishopsgate" refers to an ancient road extending north from...   more ⇒

Bishops Stortford

Set in the historic town close to East Hertfordshire, Bishops Stortford is packed with tradition. It provided great access to the M11 motorway which is in close proximity. It is actually the largest town that i...   more ⇒

Blackfriars

Located in the south-western corner of the City of London, Blackfriars is an area well known for its Tube and train station and for its proximity to the River Thames. Its evocative name dates from the early 130...   more ⇒

Blackheath

Blackheath is the name of open heathland in South London and the wealthy London village that lies to the south the heath, commonly known as Blackheath Village. Close to bustling and trendy Greenwich, Blackheath...   more ⇒

Bloomsbury

Bloomsbury is a small area within the West End of London. It is bordered by Euston Road to the north, Grays Inn Road to the east, Theobalds Road to the south and Gower Street to the west.   Originally famo...   more ⇒

Borough

Borough is the colloquial name for the area immediately on the south bank of The Thames, when crossing Southwark Bridge. Located in the Borough of Southwark and surrounded by London Bridge and Waterloo, the are...   more ⇒

Bow

People often say that to be a true Cockney you need to be born within the sound of Bow Bells, meaning the bells at Bow Church in the heart of Bow in London’s East End. It is more likely that the saying or...   more ⇒

Brent Cross

Hotels in Brent Cross, London   Brent Cross is situated in north London, atop the River Brent, from which it takes its name. Originally farmland, in the 19th century, the area was developed when a sewage w...   more ⇒

Brentford

Brentford is a bustling suburban town in West London, with good transport links, a thriving business community and plenty of places of interest and things to do. The town is located where the River Thames and t...   more ⇒

Brentwood

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Brixton

Brixton is a vibrant multi-cultural area in South London with a large street market, an excellent mixture of high street shops and small independent retailers and superb venues for music, nightlife and entertai...   more ⇒

Broadgate

Broadgate is a huge office and retail estate space in the City of London, measuring 32 acres. Located in the London Borough of Hackney, in between Liverpool Street and Bishopsgate and close to Spitalfields mark...   more ⇒

Brompton

"Hotels in and around Brompton, London" Brompton, located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, was renowned as an enclave of artists and writers in the 19th century before rising rents in Belgravia m...   more ⇒

Camberwell

Camberwell lies just south of Bermondsey and Kennington, bordered by Peckham and Walworth, situated along the Old Kent Road.   The area takes its name from the mineral springs in the area in the Middle Age...   more ⇒

Camden

Camden is without a doubt, one of London's most colourful areas, from the moment you step out of the tube station you will see a motley crew of punks, Goths, skater kids, cyber punks, hipsters and pretty much a...   more ⇒

Canary Wharf

Hotels near Canary Wharf   Canary Wharf, situated on the Isle of Dogs in the Tower Hamlets borough, is one of London's two main business districts. Alongside the City of London it is a significant financia...   more ⇒

Charing Cross

Hotels in Charing Cross London   Charing Cross is officially recognised as the most central point in London and while there may be some give or take there, it is truly at the heart of the city and located ...   more ⇒

Charlton

Charlton lies in the south east of London, just east of Greenwich. A former village, it retains this peaceful atmosphere and is nestled amongst the south bank of the Thames and open green spaces with streets li...   more ⇒

Chelsea

"Hotels in Chelsea, Central London"   Visiting Chelsea now, it is hard to believe that the area used to be one of the centres of 60s; 'Swinging London's' counter-culture and the location of the shop, which...   more ⇒

Chiswick

Originally a sleepy fishing village in the west of London, which had its industry almost literally flushed down the toilet after Thomas Crapper’s invention polluted the waterways. Chiswick has since been ...   more ⇒

Clapham

Clapham is a curious area of London, where you can almost see the path of gentrification when you come out of Clapham Junction Rail Station. From St John's Hill, where you will find budget supermarket Lidl and ...   more ⇒

Clerkenwell

Clerkenwell is situated in the Borough of Islington, close to the Barbican Centre, King's Cross, Holborn and Bloomsbury. Once a huge industrial centre, it has since become a trendy residential district, housing...   more ⇒

Covent Garden

Covent Garden is one of the West End of Londons top cultural tourist attractions and is the home of the Royal Opera House. The area is to the east of Leicester Square bordering The Strand and Aldwych and is cen...   more ⇒

Crawley

Situated in West Sussex and close to Surrey in the south of the capital, Crawley offers a number of transport links in order to reach London. You will be able to take several National Rail trains directly into ...   more ⇒

Cricklewood

Cricklewood may be a part of London, but it feels like a very tenuous part. Situated in the far north of the city, Cricklewood has a definite suburban vibe, with rows of post-war semi detached houses, the odd g...   more ⇒

Croydon

A vibrant urban centre in South London, Croydon has an impressive skyline of skyscrapers and tall modern towers that lends it the atmosphere of an American city, but with the heritage of an English town on a hi...   more ⇒

Docklands

The Docklands area was once London's largest port, a bustling hub of trade activity in east London. They were used as a port in Roman times, but were greatly developed in the Victorian times, when most of the a...   more ⇒

Dunstable

Located in the heart of Bedfordshire, Dunstable is a small town that is situated close to Luton. There are numerous bus services which run on a regular basis from Luton, St. Albans, Harpenden and Milton Keynes....   more ⇒

Ealing

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 sm...   more ⇒

Earls Court

Hotels in Earls Court London Named after the Earls of Oxford, the de Veres, had their seat in London, Earls Court is a popular destination because of its proximity to Kensington and Central London, and also bec...   more ⇒

Edgware

It's possible to identify the Roman Roads in London by looking for the straightest ones leading out from the city, and Edgware Road is one of the main ones, leading al the way to Maida Vale in north London. Jus...   more ⇒

Edmonton

Edmonton lies just north of Tottenham on the outskirts of London. A fairly quiet and peaceful place, Edmonton is your typical London suburb, with rows of semi-detached, post-war houses and the odd block of coun...   more ⇒

Elephant and Castle

Visiting Elephant & Castle can be a disorienting experience for any who haven't visited previously. On exiting the tube station, you are confronted by a large, busy ring road, with a market to one side and ...   more ⇒

Elstree

Based in the borough of Hertfordshire, Elstree can be found less than 15 miles from the north of the capital. It forms part of the Elstree and Borehamwood area. As far as transport links in the area are concern...   more ⇒

Epsom

Set within the picturesque town of Surrey, Epsom is located within 20 miles of London. It is actually inside the M25 boundaries with easy access by car as well as the A3 which runs between the centre of the cap...   more ⇒

Euston

"Hotels in Euston, Central London"   Euston, situated in the Borough of Camden, is probably best known for its train station, the sixth largest in London and a major transport hub, with links to destinatio...   more ⇒

ExCel

ExCel Exhibition Centre is located in London's Docklands area, in the south east of the city, in between Canary Wharf, where some of the tallest buildings in London and a major finance and business centre is lo...   more ⇒

Farringdon

Farringdon is a historic area, which lies near the northernmost part of the City of London, or so it would seem, because throughout the ages Farringdon's exact status in London has been the subject of some disp...   more ⇒

Fenchurch St

Fenchurch Street in London EC3 is a busy shopping and office area situated in the heart of the City of London. Fenchurch Street runs east-west from Gracechurch Street, close to the Monument, thro...   more ⇒

Finchley

Finchley is a picturesque area of north London, which has become a very desirable place to live due to its proximity to Hampstead and Primrose Hill. It is composed of four areas, East Finchley; Church End Finch...   more ⇒

Finsbury

Finsbury is located in North East London, just beyond Tufnell Park and Holloway Road. It is largely known for its Park, which contains football pitches, a bowling green, an athletics stadium, tennis and basketb...   more ⇒

Finsbury Park

Finsbury Park is one of North London's most picturesque green spaces. Situated in the very trendy and affluent area of Finsbury, you will see the well-heeled, young professionals who live in the area enjoying p...   more ⇒

Fitzrovia

"Hotels in Fitzrovia, Central London"   The exclusive area of Fitzrovia was originally named after The Fitzroy Tavern, owned by Charles FitzRoy, who developed the area in the 18th century. Situated between...   more ⇒

Forest Gate

Forest Gate lies in northeast London, close to Manor Park and Stratford Town Centre. Previously agricultural land, where cattle were reared in Anglo-Saxon times, several ancient artifacts have been found in the...   more ⇒

Fulham

"Hotels in Fulham, London"   The district of Fulham (London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham) lies to the south of Earls Court and to the west of Chelsea and is commonly post code SW6. The proximity to Ch...   more ⇒

Gatwick Airport

Gatwick Airport , which is lies to the south of London and just north of Crawley, in West Sussex, is London's second largest international airport, after Heathrow. It is also London’s second busiest airpo...   more ⇒

Golders Green

Golders Green is situated in northwest London, in between Hampstead and Hendon. It is a very pleasant and picturesque suburb, developed in the 19th century when the Golders Green tube station was built as an ex...   more ⇒

Greenford

Greenford is located in the London Borough of Ealing which is situated in the west of the capital. This once former parish village has easy access to the A40 motorway. Other transport links in the area include ...   more ⇒

Green Park

"Hotels in Green Park London" Green Park is one of the Royal Parks of London and the streets around it are some of the most picturesque in the capital. The foliage of Green Park, the grand Victorian buildings a...   more ⇒

Greenwich

Lying to the south east of London, World Heritage site Greenwich is a very picturesque borough replete with Georgian architecture and steeped in history, due to the grand Palace Placentia, which was built in th...   more ⇒

Hackney

Looking at Hackney today, an area, which inspires as much love and hate in the hearts of Londoners as Marmite does, it is almost impossible to believe that it was once a village popular with Tudor nobility. Tru...   more ⇒

Hammersmith

Hammersmith is a district in the west of Greater London and adjacent to Shepherds Bush and Kensington. It is the location of the main A4 road which feeds central London from the M25 the M4 and from Heathrow Air...   more ⇒

Hampstead

If you walk to Hampstead from Camden, which is just a few minutes away, you will feel as if you are entering another world as the Goths and skate punks are replaced by well-heeled adults in Hunter wellies in th...   more ⇒

Hanger Lane

This area in West London takes its name from the major road called Hanger Lane near Ealing and Park Royal, which is part of the main North Circular road that goes around the edges of the capital. For this reaso...   more ⇒

Harlesden

Harlesden is situated in the northwest of London, in the Borough of Brent. It is north of Acton and south of Wembley and like many districts located on the outskirts of London, it was developed in the 19th cent...   more ⇒

Harrow

The borough of Harrow is positioned in the North West of London and is close to several areas including Stanmore, Wembley, Hatch End and Pinner. There are a wide variety of tube stations as well as links provid...   more ⇒

Heathrow Airport

Heathrow is in the Borough of Hillingdon, and is most well-known for its airport. Indeed, the airport is perhaps the only reason to visit Heathrow, as, apart from nearby Cranford Park and Hounslow Heath, the ar...   more ⇒

Hemel Hempstead

Located in Hertfordshire, Hemel Hempstead is an up and coming town which has its roots dating back to the 8th century. It is within easy access of both the M1 and M41 motorways. If you are looking to head into ...   more ⇒

Hendon

Hendon in northwest London is a peaceful blend of town and country, with a calm suburban feel and plenty of green spaces nearby. Like many other areas on the outskirts of London, Hendon as developed in the Vict...   more ⇒

Highbury

Highbury in the Borough of Islington lies in between Finsbury and Canonbury in North London. Its history stretches back to Roman times and when Highbury Manor as first built, roman tiles were excavated. Since t...   more ⇒

Highgate

It may not sit at the top of the Northern tube line, but Highgate Village does somewhat feel like the topmost point of London. Perched atop a hill, with stunning panoramic views of London from some points and a...   more ⇒

Hillingdon

Hillingdon is situated close to Uxbridge in the London Borough of Hillingdon and situated just 14 miles from the capital. It is also near to Hayes in Middlesex. It lies in Zone 6 of the Underground system and i...   more ⇒

Holborn

"Hotels in Holborn London" Order in the court! Holborn, strategically located between the City of London and the West End, is home to the citys legal trade. Holborn houses age-old legal centres called the Inns ...   more ⇒

Holland Park

"Hotels in Holland Park, London"   Holland Park is a fantastic area to stay in as it enjoys a location close to the major sights and attractions of Kensington, the Exhibition Centres at Earls Court and Oly...   more ⇒

Hornsey

A pleasant residential area in north London, Hornsey nestles between Crouch End, noted for its artistic and creative community, and Harringay, which is a mixture of bustling shopping streets and leafy green spa...   more ⇒

Hounslow

Situated in the heart of West London, Hounslow is situated around 11 miles away from Central London and has a number of transport connections that can take you into the capital and other regions of the UK. &ldq...   more ⇒

Hyde Park

Hyde Park can be found in central London just to the west of the West End.  Staying anywhere around it will enable you to access many attractions and also the West End very quickly. Covering 350 acres, the...   more ⇒

Ilford

Ilford has recently been called the 'fastest growing tourist destination in Europe', which many might scoff at, but with a little thing called the Olympics featuring prominently in nearby Stratford, alongside i...   more ⇒

Islington

Hotels in Islington London Islington is a very chic neighbourhood in North Central London, with a laid-back vibe, but a much more refined and historic feel than that of neighbouring Hackney or nearby Camden. Fr...   more ⇒

Kennington

Kennington is located in South London, just below Elephant & Castle and a few tube stops from major transport hub Waterloo. It is largely a peaceful, attractive residential district, with an increasingly up...   more ⇒

Kensington

"There are few better choices of hotel than Kensington" ♦ Kensingtons broad, leafy avenues mark out a genteel district famous for its museums and parks, and home to some of Londons wealthiest people. It i...   more ⇒

Kew

Located south of the River Thames in Surrey, Kew is one of the beautiful and wealthy areas to live in the capital. It is also close to Richmond, Hampton Wick and Twickenham which all lie on the edge of the city...   more ⇒

Kilburn

Kilburn is a young and trendy area of North-West London that partly lies in fashionable Camden and partly in Central London’s Westminster. A bustling, multicultural district, Kilburn has a large Irish pop...   more ⇒

Kings Cross

The inner-city district of Kings Cross straddles the boroughs of Camden and Islington. The site of an ancient village known as Battle Bridge, this area was originally settled as a crossing of the River Fleet. L...   more ⇒

Kingston upon Thames

Kingston-upon-Thames sits in the suburbs, south west of London, in between Teddington, Hampton and New Malden. The area may be a suburb, but there is a lot going on and a wealth of history in the area, which wa...   more ⇒

Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge is one of London's most exclusive and affluent districts, nestled in between the south side of Hyde Park, Belgravia and South Kensington, this district has a very moneyed vibe and it is not uncomm...   more ⇒

Ladbroke Grove

Ladbroke Grove may lie very close to Notting Hill, but it doesn't quite have the posh reputation of its very chic neighbour. The area is a remnant of the days before Notting Hill and its surrounds were gentrifi...   more ⇒

Lambeth

Lambeth's name originates from its days as an agricultural trading port and originally meant 'Landing place for lambs', a rather idyllic image, which unfortunately bears little resemblance to the Lambeth of tod...   more ⇒

Leicester Square

Leicester Square lies at the heart of central London. It is a very busy pedestrianised area, which is usually filled with groups of tourists or crowds waiting to see stars at Odeon premieres. Situated in betwee...   more ⇒

Limehouse

Limehouse is situated in east London, close to Shadwell and Mile End. Situated on the north bank of the River Thames, it is one of the areas of east London, which has experienced heavy regeneration in recent ye...   more ⇒

Liverpool Street

"Right in the heart of the City of London" Liverpool Street is a central area of the City of London.  It was named after Lord Liverpool who was the British Prime Minister in the early 20th century. Li...   more ⇒

London Bridge

London Bridge is the area surrounding the bridge that joins the City of London to Southwark, two of the oldest and most historic boroughs in London and some of the most picturesque, with plenty of sights and at...   more ⇒

London City Airport

London City Airport is in London’s Docklands and is the perfect airport of arrival or departure close to the financial districts of London including Canary Wharf and the City of London. The main people wh...   more ⇒

Luton Airport

Luton Airport is located in the large town of Luton. It is less than 30 miles to the capital in the north of London. Luton Airport has a renowned reputation as being one of the busiest venues in the United King...   more ⇒

Maida Vale

"Hotels in Maida Vale" Maida Vale in northwest London enjoys a much more affluent reputation than Paddington situated just below the area. It may share the same elegant Victorian and Georgian town houses, but a...   more ⇒

Marble Arch

Hotels near to Marble Arch tend to be upmarket and many are located in the nearby Mayfair district to the south east. These include the Millennium Mayfair Hotel which is located very close to Marble Arch. Just ...   more ⇒

Marylebone

Marylebone is located in the City of Westminster in west London. It is an attractive, affluent district, which is largely residential, but enjoys a location close to major sights, attractions and shopping areas...   more ⇒

Mayfair

Hotels in Mayfair London Named after the fair that used to happen there every May, Mayfair is one of Londons most exclusive shopping districts. Its opulence lends a little glamour and elegance to any visit, and...   more ⇒

Millbank

Millbank is located along the bank of the River Thames, which has proved to be both fortuitous for the area, offering fantastic views and a prime location in London, and not so lucky, as Millbank was extensivel...   more ⇒

Monument

Most visitors to London think of Christopher Wren as the man who designed St Paul's Cathedral, and nothing more, but the great architect had a great deal more under his belt. A renaissance man with an interest ...   more ⇒

Moorgate

Moorgate is an important street in the City of London that runs north from the Bank of England. The name comes from a historic entrance to the City in the London Wall that was originally built by the Romans. Al...   more ⇒

Muswell Hill

Unlike some areas outside of central London, Muswell Hill hasn't been ravaged by industrialisation and retains a picturesque air and a safe peaceful atmosphere; so much so that the rail line to the area, which ...   more ⇒

Northwood

Northwood is located in the middle of Pinner and Rickmansworth and forms part of the London Borough of Hillingdon. When it comes to direct transport links in the area, Northwood lies in Zone 6 of the Undergroun...   more ⇒

Notting Hill

"Hotels near Notting Hill London" Hotels near Notting Hill, London are to be found to the south in Bayswater, just a few minutes stroll away. Do not be influenced too much by hotels with the words "Notting Hill...   more ⇒

Old Street

Situated in the east of London, Old Street stretches from Goswell Road right into Clerkenwell and is located in the borough of Islington. The closest tube station is Old Street. This lies in Zone 1 of the Under...   more ⇒

Orpington

Orpington is a pleasant town in South East London that borders onto delightful Kent countryside. In many ways Orpington is London’s most typical leafy suburban area. During the 1960s, the term "Orpington ...   more ⇒

Oxford Circus

Oxford Street and Oxford Circus are located in the very heart of London in the West End. Oxford Street runs from Marble Arch in the west for around one mile to Tottenham Court Road in the west. Victorian planne...   more ⇒

Paddington

"Hotels in Paddington, Central London" Paddington is famously the name of a station, a borough of Westminster, and a lost, fictional Peruvian bear. It was the home of the Tyburn tree, where crowds gathered for...   more ⇒

Palmers Green

There’s a little movie magic about Palmers Green, a leafy suburb in North London, as its main road was used as the location for the exciting Knight Bus sequence in the film Harry Potter and the Prisoner o...   more ⇒

Park Royal

Park Royal, in West London, is London’s largest industrial and business park, containing more than 1,200 businesses – particularly relating to the food industry. Famous companies that are located in...   more ⇒

Piccadilly

Piccadilly, one of London's most famous streets in the West End, runs from Hyde Park Corner to Piccadilly Circus and is 800 metres south of Oxford Street . Many decadent and famous buildings and sites line this...   more ⇒

Pimlico-Victoria

Hotels in Pimlico-Victoria, Central London With stunning Regency architecture in a peaceful, leafy area, Pimlico bears many similarities to nearby Belgravia, without the atmosphere of elitism and jaw-droppingly...   more ⇒

Putney

Putney, in the south west of London, has benefited greatly from its fortuitous and picturesque placement on the south bank of the River Thames, from the days when it was an important ferry port where the royal ...   more ⇒

Regents Park

Hotels in and around Regents Park London   Regent's Park is a very picturesque Royal Park in London, so called because the land has been property of the Monarch since the Middle Ages, when Henry VIII appro...   more ⇒

Regent Street

Regent Street was built in the 1820s and from the very beginning has always been known for its in vogue shops, boasting some of the worlds most desirable designers and brands. Owned by the Crown Estate, with it...   more ⇒

Richmond

"A desirable suburb out west for the well heeled of London" Located in Surrey, Richmond is considered to be one of the most affluent places in the country to live. It is an extremely leafy area with wealthy sub...   more ⇒

Rickmansworth

With growth taking place in the late Victorian period, Rickmansworth is a highly desirable area which is close to Watford and situated just on the outskirts of London in Hertfordshire. Other leafy areas around ...   more ⇒

Romford

Essex may conjure up images of white stilettos and fake tans, and it may well live up to that image, but that doesn't mean that you should avoid it when considering where to stay in London. Romford in Essex, no...   more ⇒

Rotherhithe

Rotherhithe is on a peninsula on the south bank of the River Thames, facing Wapping and the Isle of Dogs, and is a part of London’s Docklands area. Nowadays it is primarily a residential area, but Rotherh...   more ⇒

Ruislip

Situated within the borough of Hillingdon, Ruislip is one town which also includes adjacent areas of Eastcote, Northwood, Ruislip Manor and South Ruislip. When it comes to transport links in the area, Ruislip i...   more ⇒

Shepherds Bush

Shepherd's Bush might be one of London's more erratic areas, with lots of corners to explore, no unifying defining feature and the curious mix of gentrification, council housing and a very diverse community, wh...   more ⇒

Shoreditch

Shoreditch is possibly one of the trendiest areas in London. Teeming with art students, fashion plates, hipsters and designers; the area is a great place to see cutting edge style. From Old Street roundabout, w...   more ⇒

Soho

Soho epitomizes everything that is touristy naughty and nice London. It has great shopping, bars & restaurants; it is the gay capital of London and attracts the wealthy, the arty, the media, the prostitutes...   more ⇒

South Kensington

"Hotels in South Kensington, Central London"   Hotels in South Kensington are mainly catering for the mid to high end visitor and on average are classed as 4 star.  This is due to its superb location ...   more ⇒

Southwark

Lying just below the River Thames near to Charing Cross, Southwark is one of the oldest parts of London. It connects to The City of London via London Bridge and its surrounds are austere and steeped in history....   more ⇒

St Albans

Formerly known as Verulamium, St Albans has a long past dating back to the Roman era. Located in the south of Hertfordshire, it is around 20 miles north of London and is located in the City and District of St A...   more ⇒

Stansted Airport

Stansted Airport is based in the district of Uttlesford in Essex and is around 30 miles from the centre of London. This has become a major international hub when it comes to international travel. It is the home...   more ⇒

St James's Park

  Hotels in St Jame's London St James's contains some of the most exclusive addresses in London. It is an area of Central London in the City of Westminster, bounded to the north by Piccadilly, to the west ...   more ⇒

St Johns Wood

"Hotels in St John's Wood, NW8 Central London"   Surrounded by the lush greenery of Regent's Park and Maida Vale, St John's Wood is a very exclusive district, home to London's wealthier citizens, which was...   more ⇒

St Pancras

Considering it used to be an important Medieval borough, which ran from Oxford Street all the way north to Highgate, it must be something of a blow that St Pancras has not only lost its status as a borough, but...   more ⇒

St Pauls

Many architects have made their mark on the London skyline; in recent years alone, the Gherkin (the Norman Foster building), the Head Lamp (City Hall) and The Shard have turned the view from the South Bank into...   more ⇒

Strand

"Strand hotels are so handy for Covent Garden, Theatreland and Trafalgar Square"   The Strand is one of London's main thoroughfares. Located in Westminster, it runs for three and a quarter miles, starting ...   more ⇒

Stratford

Stratford is a thriving and lively town in North East London. It is the home of London’s Olympic Park and has experienced regeneration and expansion due to the 2012 Summer Olympics. The area is a superb p...   more ⇒

Streatham

Streatham is a bustling district in South West London with a long and busy high street that has a huge array of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. If you stay in the area you will have no shortage of interesti...   more ⇒

Sutton

With its position in the heart of South West London, Sutton is located just 11 miles away from the centre of the capital. The town of Sutton actually features three train stations. This includes the main Sutton...   more ⇒

Swiss Cottage

Unlike other areas of London, which take their names from  Anglo-Saxon words with ancient origins, Swiss Cottage was given its moniker in 1804 and was named after kitsch Swiss chalet style bar called The S...   more ⇒

Temple

Temple is one of the main legal districts of London, where two of the four Inns of Court, the Middle Temple and Inner Temple and the Royal Courts of Justice are located. The area is within both the City of Lond...   more ⇒

Tooting

Tooting, which lies in south-west London, positioned between Balham, Colliers Wood and Wimbledon, was settled in pre-Anglo Saxon times and at one time, was owned by a Viking called Suene. Nowadays, possibly due...   more ⇒

Tottenham

Tottenham's biggest claim to fame is undoubtedly their beloved football club, Tottenham Hotspur. The club has been home to some of the biggest names in British football, including Glen Hoddle, Gary Lineker, Dav...   more ⇒

Tower Hill

Whether you are in London for business or pleasure, Tower Hill is a great place to stay. It is one of the most historic parts of the capital, just outside the City of London on an elevated spot northwest of the...   more ⇒

Twickenham

Renowned for being the home of Rugby, Twickenham is a leafy suburban town that is located just 10 miles away from the capital. It is within the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. There are wide collections...   more ⇒

Vauxhall

Vauxhall was once the site of famed pleasure gardens and although today it is better known as a residential and industrial centre, Vauxhall Park is still a very pleasant green space, with a selection of miniatu...   more ⇒

Victoria

"Hotels in Victoria London" The area surrounding Victoria Station is rich in both sights and amenities. Its in the centre of Belgravia, and the transport links ensure that it has a constant bustle and buzz, as ...   more ⇒

Wandsworth

Wandsworth, in southwest London, takes its name from the River Wandle, which enters the Thames near the area. Wandsworth is still set alongside the river and it is a very picturesque and desirable place to live...   more ⇒

Waterloo

Waterloo is named after Britain's greatest military victory at The Battle of Waterloo in 1815, where the Duke of Wellington led the army, which defeated French Emperor Napoleon. Although this was a source of gr...   more ⇒

WC1A - New Oxford Street

Guide to London WC1A   The London postcode area of WC1A is centered around New Oxford Street in central London.   This is a continuation to Oxford Street running from its junction with Tottenham Court...   more ⇒

WC1B - Bloomsbury

Guide to staying in London WC1B, Bloomsbury The postcode location of WC1B is mainly located around Woburn Place as well as High Holborn which runs right through to the City of London and the financial heartland...   more ⇒

WC1E - University College London

Guide to Hotels near London WC1E, University College London The postcode location of WC1E in London is predominately based around Gower Street. To the East, you will be able to find Bloomsbury and Islington whi...   more ⇒

WC1H - St Pancras

Guide to London WC1H, St PancrasThe locality of WC1H is mainly positioned around Euston Road which runs perpendicular to Tavistock Place. Directly east you will find Angel as well as Islington while to the nort...   more ⇒

WC1N - Russell Square

Guide to London WC1N, Russell Square. The postcode location of WC1N lies in the Bloomsbury area of London. This is mainly situated around Judd Street and Grenville Street. To the east is Farringdon which can be...   more ⇒

WC1R - Grays Inn

Guide to London WC1R Gray's Inn The postcode location of WC1R is situated within touching distance of the City of London. It is mainly positioned in between Theobalds Road and High Holborn. To the east lies Far...   more ⇒

WC1V High Holborn

Guide to London, WC1V, High HolbornThe postcode location of WC1V is mainly located around High Holborn itself and Southampton Row itself. To the east of the WC1V area lie Farringdon and Clerkenwell which are co...   more ⇒

WC1X Kings Cross

Guide to London, WC1X, Kings CrossWhen it comes to the postcode location of WC1X, this particular area is well situated to Central London. It is mainly found in the vicinity of Kings Cross Road and Pentonville ...   more ⇒

Wembley

Wembley is located in northwest London. Originally a manor and grounds for the Page family, it wasn't developed until the 19th century, when a rail line was built through it and the population boomed. Wembley i...   more ⇒

West End

"From tourist trap to uber cool - the West End has it all" Londons West End, perhaps confusingly, is not in West London. It is, however, home to some of the worlds best-known shows and theatres, and remains a s...   more ⇒

West Ham

West Ham is a residential area in East London that is very close to the site of the Olympic Park in Stratford. The area was at one time an industrial area, but has been regenerated and is now an up-and-coming r...   more ⇒

West Hampstead

Situated in north London, in between Finchley and Kilburn, West Hampstead lies north of the very exclusive Maida Vale district. The area is very upmarket and largely residential, with a laid back, buzzy nightli...   more ⇒

West Kensington

Hotels in West Kensington London   West Kensington is situated just beyond Earls Court and just before Hammersmith as you head out of central London. Not quite as stylish or refined as Kensington proper, i...   more ⇒

Westminster

Westminster is without a doubt, one of London's most popular districts for tourists to visit. Containing the royal and political seats of the city, if you've ever watched a movie montage where a character trave...   more ⇒

Whitechapel

Whitechapel can be overwhelming for first time visitors, as soon as you leave the station, touts at the local market will vie eagerly for your attention, often in Bengali, which is one of the prominent ethnic c...   more ⇒

Wimbledon

Every year, thousands of lucky tennis fans converge on London for the Wimbledon Tennis Championships which is always the last week in June and the first in July. Located at the The All England Lawn Tennis &...   more ⇒

Windsor

Located to the west of central London close to London Heathrow Airport is Windsor.  Here you can find Windsor Castle, Legoland, Eton College and the River Thames.  ...   more ⇒

Woodford

Situated in North East London, Woodford is steeped in history with its origins dating back to the Doomsday Book. “Highlights include Epping Forest and Waltham Abbey” It is separated into smaller are...   more ⇒

Wood Green

Wood Green, as the name suggests, was a densely wooded area before industrialisation hit in the early 19th century. Nowadays, the name is something of a misnomer as it is a densely populated residential area wi...   more ⇒