Inexpensive Hotels in London: A Guide to Finding Unusual Hotels on a Budget
Inexpensive hotels in London can often mean resorting to one of the many faceless chain hotels which specialise in cheap hotel deals. However, with a little research and some detective work, you may find that hidden gem at a bargain basement price. Here is a list of hotels which exhibit real character but won’t cost you the earth. While prices change, all of the hotels listed had rooms available for less than £100 per night at the time of writing.
Church Street Hotel London
– An interesting Spanish themed hotel located in Camberwell Green.
Accommodation is available for around the £65-£70 mark per person, per night on a B&B basis. The hotel also has its own restaurant “Angels and Gypsies” offering guests tapas and other Spanish culinary delights.
Twenty Nevern Square
– This is a real find, providing fantastic standards of accommodation at reasonable prices within the Earl’s Court area of London.
For between £40-£90 per person per night, guests enjoy rooms fitted with the latest technology, including free WIFI, CD player and widescreen TVs. Rooms are furnished with an eclectic mixture of Persian silks, oriental furnishings and sleigh beds.
The Pavilion Hotel London
– One of the most unusual hotel in London and just scraping in at the budget end. Singles are available for between £65-£85 and doubles are £100 on the nose making the cost just £50 per person per night on a B&B basis. The hotel provides an eccentric mix of rooms exhibiting a range of styles from classic minimalism to funky 70’s psychedelic. If this wasn’t enough, the hotel has a great location being just a 20 minute walk from Hyde Park and shopping on Oxford Street.
The Temple Lodge Club
– If looking for something a little artistic, this is the place to stay. The hotel is located in Hammersmith with a more tranquil incarnation of the River Thames passing by at the end of the road. In keeping with the artistic theme, the hotel has its own library and guest rooms forgo flat screen TVs for a selection of books befitting the former residence of painter Sir Frank Brangwyn. The hotel offers rooms for around the £55-£90 mark making this a real bargain.
Inexpensive Hotels in London