Citadines London may be the answer

Sep 16th, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels

Many people prefer the idea of an apartment to a hotel bedroom, the main reason being the availability of a kitchen.
Now when you consider the high cost of dining out in London, the idea of a kitchen however basic starts to appeal. Remember that in a normal tourist class hotel, breakfast can cost a couple of people £25 a day and a reasonable evening meal around £50 or £60. An even more favourable arguement for taking an apartment is kids. Many hotels now charge for children and so apartment savings in terms of accommodation and food can be huge. You will also possibly have a little more space for them to move about in.
Ok, so I have convinced you….
Where to look ???? Best to stay central then you also save money on transport. Most visitors intend to visit the key attractions of the London Eye, Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace. Have a look at an apartment building which offers all those attractions within easy strolling distance and is in the West End close to Theatreland and Soho, the Citadines Trafalgar Square.
Not the most trendy or up to date place to stay but an ultimate location and moderately comfortable if not a little dated. Most clients return again and again.
Check out the Citadines Apartments here

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