London lodgings advice

Jul 18th, 2008 | By | Category: London Hotels has produced a quick read advisory on where to stay in London.
Aware that many people want the real facts without the waffle they have produced a one page overview of the main areas in central London that people consider for their London lodging.
When visiting a city for the first time it is important to choose area carefully. This 5 minute review gives short sharp information writen by local people.
All the areas mentioned are central but have very different character and depending on your requirements at least one will suit you.
London lodgings are expensive so this will also be a factor in your choice. Hotel-Assist recommend the best all round area to be around South Kensington which has superb travel links into the West End and also a direct tube service to all 5 terminals at London Heathrow Airport.
Bayswater is not as upmarket but again is very central, the difference between this area and Kensington being that Bayswater has little to offer in the way of local attractions and that the lodgings in this area are more low budget orientated. Even so expect to pay around 70 pounds for a two person room (against Kensington’s 100 pounds).
The report recommends not taking lodgings in the West End which is a 24×7 area and highly expensive. Likewise, the actual “City of London” is described as being barren of weekend facilities due to the absence of business people on saturdays and Sundays.
Whatever you choose, a quick 5 minute read of this page may help you to understand a little about tourist London.

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