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Premier Inn
Premier Inn is the UK's biggest chain with over 20 branches in city and has been around for over 20 years. The standard rooms are clean and comfortable and are priced from under £50 per night.

Linden House 
is a convenient two-star class and during your stay you'll enjoy being able to walk to many of city's best attractions and transport connections. Linden House has cozy guestrooms, all with private shower facilities. This cheap stay has been run by the same family for the last 30 years and provides a really warm environment. Stay for just £55.per person per night.

Palmers Lodge, Swiss Cottage
Voted one of the top 10 hostels worldwide by customers, you might not exactly hobnob with the capital's élite at Palmers Lodge, but, with its dark wooden beds, elegant wood-panelling and high ceilings, you'll certainly feel the part. Doubles from £52.

Yotel, Gatwick
This is the latest venture from Simon Woodroffe, founder of the YO! Sushi chain. His aim is to combine a British Airways first-class cabin with a Japanese capsule stay, and the first Yotel is finally set to open at Gatwick's South Terminal later this month, after a series of postponements. Standard cabins from £40.

You can get rates as low as £19 per room per night if you book early enough. You can book up to 12 months in advance on their web site. This low cost accommodation chain has over 15 centres in city with more opening all the time. Each accommodation is clean and modern and all rooms have a king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom, remote control color TV, and tea and coffee-making facilities.   


Easyhotel Each room is brightly decorated in the trademark orange-and-white of the Easy chain. The idea behind this to provide quality basics (bed, sink, shower, and toilet) for little money. The concept is a huge hit -- Rooms are fully booked months in advance. Rooms range from £20--£40 per night.

Montana Excel
Rooms have been recently refurbished, but the cheapest rooms are not ensuite.
There is a 24 hour reception and 48 rooms are available in a variety of formats.


This is one of those places that prove first impressions to be entirely misleading from the outside. Instead of an ordinary stay, you are greeted by wood floors, vases brimming with sunflowers, an elegant lounge and luxury doubles that all have balconies and original Asian antiques. From $95 onwards for doubles.

K West
This is a hip 
accommodation built out of straight lines and lots of glass. Rooms are understated, but in a way that makes you realize a lot of thought (and money) has gone into them; dark wood and suede versus stainless steel and sandblasted glass run the bedroom gauntlet. The K Suites are particularly fun and take unnecessary luxury to another level From $115 onwards.

This award-winning small 
accommodation, in a converted Victorian building from 1857, is imbued with English character and comfort. Rooms come in various sizes, some large enough to accommodate three or four overnighters, making them suitable for families.

The Summer
This town house is part of an 1820s Georgian Terrace that has been turned into one of the finest boutique town houses in city, yet its prices are affordable. Much of the original architectural allure is intact, except for modern amenities and newly decorated bedrooms.

Umi Lodge
Umi is a new concept in 
accommodation by having a service-led attitude usually associated with 5 star. Umi was given a 3-star rating in 2007 but is a cut above others in the area. Notting Hill and Bayswater have plenty of mid-range accommodations and it can be hard to choose from the masses. Umi is larger than most as it takes up 6 houses on a quiet square overlooking a private garden.

This is in a great location; Bloomsbury is the literary heart of city and where you’ll find the British Museum. Tavistock has an art deco entrance and some rooms overlook private gardens And free wireless internet service in the lobby.

The Days
Is a fully air conditioned stay and offers a selection of Conference / Meeting rooms, Room facilities include: In-house movies, Interactive TV Featuring Sky. Singles from £79 and doubles from £83.


When James Mivart opened the doors in 1812, he set out to provide lodging for individuals who were not just passing through, but were staying for a short period of time. This meant that the rooms were originally available for month-long stays, not for just a night, and what it offers is pure luxury. Staying at Claridge’s for a month would set you back somewhere between £13,500 (roughly $27,000) and £82,800 (about $168,000), depending on which suite you end up choosing.

The Egerton House
Each room is fully equipped to today's exacting international standards, with well fitted ensuite marble bathrooms, direct dial telephones with dataport and voicemail, room safes, radio and satellite television. Some of the bedrooms have four poster beds and the majority overlook the garden. The Studio Suites on the top floors with its breathtaking view of the gardens is highly recommended.

Jumeirah Lowndes
This chic, contemporary boutique stay, overlooking leafy Lowndes Square, offers 87 sumptuous bedrooms, including spacious suites on the dedicated all-suite 6th floor. All rooms feature marble bathrooms with luxurious Temple Spa toiletries and other amenities including plasma-screen TVs, internet access and i-POD docks.

The Dorchester
If you are out after the perfect cup of tea, then The Dorchester is the place to be. In addition to being a luxurious stay with well-dressed rooms and appealing suites, the Dorchester has won the British Tea Council’s esteemed Top  Afternoon Tea Award three times since the year 2000. 

This top-of-the line stay offers modern, luxurious decor and certainly the finest rooftop swimming pool in the city. When it's warm and sunny (a rare treat), the covered pool area is opened up.


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