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From Britain’s capital city to the most visited urban center in the world, London wears many different hats. Steeped in history, an appreciation of art, culture and the finer things in life runs through the city’s veins. Built along the banks of the Thames, its skyline is dotted with historic structures such as the Big Ben and the Tower of London, as well as by swank modern high-rises. Its urban fabric consists of sprawling acres of royal property, as well as bustling neighborhoods that are now adopting modern preferences. While polished sophistication is commonplace in myriad London hotels, the city is also home to just as many budget options. In this list, we’ve brought you the best value London hotels that’ll make your holiday easier on your pocket.

 


# 1

The Oaks Guest House

Avoid the urban mayhem and sky-high hotel room rates of central London, by opting for this charming suburban bed-and-breakfast instead. The Oaks Guest House has a tranquil north London setting, just a short walk from Southgate tube station, from where one can get just about anywhere in Britain’s capital city. Not that the area around The Oaks has any dearth of things to do. You can explore the up-and-coming restaurant, bar and shopping scene in the locality, take long walks in its parks and open spaces, retire for the night in your uniquely styled room at The Oaks. This charming Tudor-style residence offers 7 charming, sunlit rooms, sporting varying color tones and furniture, and featuring wooden floors, flat screen TVs with DVD players, tea and coffee making facilities, and Wi-Fi access. A sumptuous continental breakfast spread is included in this B&B’s room tariffs. A family run establishment, it is immensely popular among business travelers making frequent London trips, and families on long vacations in the city. Guests with their own vehicles can find plenty of off-street parking space outside the B&B premises. Friendly and attentive service is the primary USP of The Oaks, earning it a whopping 10/10 from satisfied guests. Rooms here can be rented from $114 per night.


 


# 2

The Nadler Victoria

Who would have thought a stay in the very heart of London’s royal center would actually be easy on your pocket? The Nadler Victoria is an excellent budget hotel in Westminster, mere paces away from Buckingham Palace, and not much further from other landmarks including the Big Ben. The Victoria train and tube station is a short walk from the hotel, giving guests easy access to all parts of London. The Nadler Victoria occupies a quaint building on a street corner, its unassuming façade leading you into stylishly appointed interiors. There a 73 rooms on offer here, all showcasing minimal, contemporary décor, finished in soothing neutral palettes, and exuding an aura of serene bliss. You can expect delightful touches like your own kitchenette, Nespresso machine, high definition TV, safe for valuables including laptops, and free Wi-Fi access. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms with warm finishes and designer toiletries. Sofa-beds in larger rooms can accommodate extra guests. When it comes to food, you’ll be spoilt for choice at the Nadler Victoria, even though the hotel doesn’t have its own restaurant. Order your meals from any of the myriad restaurants in the area, and eat in the comfort of your own room. As a guest here, you can also enjoy access to a nearby fitness center at a discounted price. Scores of happy guests have rated the Nadler Victoria 9.6/10. Room tariffs here start from $115 a night, and extended stays can get you additional discounts.


 


# 3

Novotel London Brentford

Offering a great set of services for its price, a stay at Novotel Brentford can make your London holiday significantly cheaper. Located north of the Kew Royal Botanical Garden, this hotel offers basic but comfortable contemporary rooms, at very affordable rates. In terms of connectivity to public transport, it is a 5-minute ride away from the South Ealing tube station. Bus stops are right outside, placing you about 10 minutes away from the Thames, Kew Gardens, and Richmond. The streamlined rooms at the hotel are ideal for traveling executives and holidaying families, with contemporary furniture, flat-screen TVs, tea and coffee making arrangements, and Wi-Fi access. All rooms have ample daylight and city views. Room service is available round the clock. Guests also have all-day access to the hotel’s indoor heated pool, exercise room, and sauna. The Novotel’s in-house restaurant offers a stylish, laid-back ambience, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. There is plenty of meeting space in the hotel, further optimizing it for business guests. Novotel Brentford has an overall rating of 9.16/10, and its rooms offer excellent value for money, starting at just $81 a night.


 


# 4

Templeton Place Hotel London

Rent an entire apartment in a stately Victorian townhouse, and at an affordable rate to boot. Templeton Place is an excellent stay option for vacationers in London for extended periods of time. This all-apartment establishment is very well located, coupling the serenity of a quiet residential street with proximity to myriad shopping, dining and sightseeing destinations. A mere 3 minutes away from Earl’s Court tube station, it also places you within easy reach of Heathrow Airport (via the Piccadilly Line). The interiors of the classic Templeton Place building are all-modern, with swank furniture, finishes and fit-outs. The 30 apartments on offer here take the shape of either studios or 1-bedroom units, all offering free Wi-Fi, complimentary TV channels, fully equipped kitchens, washer/dryers, sitting areas, workstations, king-sized beds with premium linen, and bathrooms with either showers or bathtubs. Guests can avail of housekeeping and dry cleaning services, and also enjoy discounts at nearby restaurants and fitness centers. A lovely private garden is also part of the aparthotel premises. Guests have given this family-run establishment full marks for its high standards of service, as indicated by its 10/10 overall review score. Suites at Templeton Place Hotel start at $168 per night.


 


# 5

The Nadler Soho

The Nadler Soho does a rather clever job of bringing you high-end luxuries on a budget. Located in central London, in the heart of bustling Soho, it ensures that you’re always within reach of a host of delightful restaurants, coffee shops and pubs. This allows the hotel to remain no-frills about its proffered services. Its rooms and suites take a clean, minimalist approach to design and décor, offering tasteful modern layouts without much ado, and leaving enough room to add a handy kitchenette to every unit, along with a microwave, a minibar, and a Nespresso machine. Other mod-cons include flat screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, and a music library in every room and suite. Depending on the type of accommodation you choose, you can enjoy the luxury of your own terrace, the authentic English charm of a four-poster bed, or lovely views of Soho Square. And we’ve left out the most interesting bit of information. The Nadler Soho operates out of a 17th century mansion that survived a World War II bombing by the skin of its teeth! Get to this boutique hotel in under 5 minutes from Tottenham Court Road tube station. Its room tariffs start at $144, and the hotel enjoys a fantastic overall review score of 9.69/10.


 


# 6

Warren House Hotels London

This Victorian country mansion turned hotel is typically booked for weddings, conventions and other large scale receptions. If you’re lucky, though, you can find a place in one of its 46 individually decorated rooms, all flaunting tasteful vintage furniture, warm accents, and sophisticated mod-cons including free Wi-Fi. Some of the more expensive rooms have their own fireplaces, along with freestanding bathtubs. Staying at Warren House is an experience worth taking home. You’ll be surrounded by verdant, beautifully landscaped acres, and can enjoy a meal or some quiet time in one of the mansion’s many reception rooms and terraces. There’s greenery all around the property as well, in the form of Richmond Park and Coombe Wood Golf Club. Rated 9.22/10, Warren House offers rooms starting from $109 per night.


 


# 7

Staybridge Suites London-Stratford City

Choose this east London hotel to enjoy the comfort of your own suite, and proximity to a variety of shopping and dining options right outside your door, all for a very affordable price. Staybridge Suites is located within the Westfield Stratford City leisure complex, close to East End’s galleries and pubs, and well-connected to the airport and other parts of London via the Stratford International train and tube stations. Accommodation here includes studios and 1-bedroom units with functional kitchens, sitting areas, workstations and free Wi-Fi. Guests are entitled to complimentary breakfast, evening snack-and-drink receptions, and access to a gym and a 24-hour business center. The hotel also hands out loaner smartphones for the duration of your trip. The fine round-up of services at Staybridge Suites has earned the hotel a rating of 9.17/10. Tariffs here start from $111.


 


# 8

The Montague On the Gardens Hotel London

The Montague On The Gardens is a much-preferred and highly rated hotel opposite the British Museum, minutes away from a tube station, and a short ride away from Buckingham Palace. Operating out an elegant Georgian townhouse, the hotel’s ambience and amenities combine authentic English traditions with contemporary luxuries. The hotel’s plush rooms are individually decorated, and have free Wi-Fi, flat screens, and tea and coffee making facilities. Suite guests receive complimentary evening receptions with snacks and drinks. Experiences here range from traditional English-style afternoon tea, to jazz nights at the hotel’s bar. The Montague On The Gardens Hotel flaunts an overall review score of 9.75/10. The minimum rate for a room here is $173/night.


 


# 9

The Chesterfield Mayfair

Not all hotels in Mayfair will leave you out of pocket. Sample what you get at the Chesterfield, for instance. The chance to stay in an 18th century townhouse, less than half a mile from Hyde Park and a tube station, and not much further from Bond Street and Piccadilly. Plus, traditionally styled rooms that are a treat for the eyes and replete with modern comforts and conveniences including free Wi-Fi and tea/coffee making arrangements. And a host of delightful experiences in tow, from an award winning afternoon tea service in a conservatory, to drinks at a cozy wine room, to meals at an elegant restaurant, to events of your choosing at one of the hotel’s many exquisite rooms. Enjoy a stay at this 9.8/10 rated hotel from $181 per night.


 


# 10

Hotel Indigo London Tower Hill

A suave modern hotel within walking distance of the Tower of London, Indigo is designed with subtle references to traditional English aesthetics. Its vibrant rooms combine the vintage lure of four-poster beds and brick walls, with sophisticated gadgetry including iPod docks, flat screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Optimized for guests on business, the hotel has a well-equipped 24-hour business center, free-use computers and laptop rentals, and ample meeting space. Its restaurant serves an extensive selection of cuisines and offers room service. Laundry and dry cleaning, as well as paid parking, are also available. Hotel Indigo Tower Hill has an overall review score of 9.23/10, and $132/night is the starting rate for a room here.


 


# 11

Hilton London Canary Wharf

Keep your London stay right on budget by choosing Hilton Hotel Canary Wharf, a modern establishment with a tube station within walking distance, and sightseeing destinations such as the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge just 15 minutes away. Rooms here are comfortable, modern and well lit, and feature plush bedding, workstations, flat screen TVs with movies on-demand, free Wi-Fi, minibars, and in-room tea and coffee making arrangements. A special set of rooms offers club lounge access with free breakfast. The hotel houses a stylish restaurant, a bar, and meeting rooms for small conferences as well as large social gatherings. Hilton London Canary Wharf has an overall review score of 9.13/10, and its room tariffs start from $123 per night.


 


# 12

Staybridge Suites London - Vauxhall

Offering comfortable and stylish suites in the heart of London, Staybridge Suites Vauxhall is an excellent choice for long-ish stays in London. Vauxhall train station is a short walk away, and Buckingham Palace and other central London sights take no more than 10 minutes by cab or bus. The affordably priced suites at Staybridge are spacious and clutter free, with functional kitchens, sitting areas, workstations, and free Wi-Fi. Guests can wake up to a complimentary hot breakfast, and also enjoy evening drinks on the house. A flexible meeting room can accommodate up to 14 attendees, and a business center and gym are open round the clock. Guests have rated Staybridge Suites Vauxhall 9.42/10. Its suites start from $155 per night.


 


# 13

Sunborn Yacht Hotel

As the name suggests, this hotel is housed in a luxury yacht in London’s Docklands. Docklands Light Rail train station is a 5-minute walk away, connecting you to central London. There’s plenty to do on board the luxury yacht. Unwind in your stylishly appointed room with free Wi-Fi and touchpad controls, or upgrade to a suite for your own deck and excellent river views. Enjoy afternoon tea or champagne in style, and British fusion cuisine at a swank restaurant. Sunborn Yacht Hotel is also a great events venue with large reception spaces. It also has a bar and a day spa. Accommodation here starts from $135 a night, with additional discounts for families. This yacht hotel is rated 9.2/10.


 


# 14

Sofitel London Heathrow

Sofitel London Heathrow enjoys an ultra-convenient location just off the airport’s Terminal 5. Saving you the time and costs of commuting from the airport, the hotel offers plush and streamlined accommodations at affordable rates. Sofitel is primarily a business hotel though it adequately caters to holidaying couples and families as well. Its interiors have a cosmopolitan vibe. Comfortable rooms feature subdued color palettes and warm lighting, along with free Wi-Fi, in-room tea and coffee making arrangements, minibars, and round-the-clock room service. There are several suave restaurants and bars here, along with as many as 43 meeting spaces. $132 is the starting price for a sophisticated room at this 9.16/10 rated hotel.


 


# 15

Apex Temple Court Hotel

An off-beat central London hotel with reasonably priced rooms, Apex Temple Court is housed in a group of post-War office buildings set around a courtyard, now renovated with modern luxuries. Its quiet setting offers a surprising break from the busy Covent Garden and St Paul’s Cathedral areas around. The nearest train station is a 5-minute walk away. The 184 rooms at Apex Temple Court sport contemporary décor, convertible furniture, iPod docks, minibars, tea/coffee makers, and free Wi-Fi. Choose a room on one of the higher floors for lovely city views. Public areas include a court-side restaurant that also serves breakfast, and a 24-hour exercise room. Rooms at the 9.26/10 rated Apex Temple Court Hotel start from $143 a night.


 


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