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Best budget hotels around London
Heading to London for a night or two and looking for a budget hotel that offers the perfect balance of price and comfort to rest your head for the night? Here is a list of four places that will provide you with the comfort of a bed without having to reach too deep into your pockets.
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Church Street Hotel in south London is an extremely unique hotel that has a Mexican/Cuban feel to it. Each room has its own design with an abundance of original art throughout the space. While you are relaxing in your comfortable bed, take a moment to enjoy the detail surrounding you. With a single en-suite starting at £90 and a double at £125, this place is not the cheapest of the cheap, but is does represent great value for money. Just try and not get lost in the rather convoluted staircases on your way back to your room!
Similar to the Church Street Hotel, Twenty Nevern Square also has each room uniquely designed. Located near Earls Court Underground, this 4 star hotel has 20 rooms with hand carved furniture and marble bathrooms. While there is no air con, this place has helpful staff and a tasty continental breakfast that is included in the price. Small double rooms start from just £70 per night.
What sets the The Hoxton Hotel apart from many of the other hotels is their extremely user friendly website. It is modern, easy to navigate and you can easily view their room prices. Doubles start at £69 in their 2 locations, Shoreditch and Holborn. Once or twice a year they offer £1 sales which usually sell out within 15 minutes of advertising. If your timing is right, you may be able to snap up one of these deals. It is recommended to sign up for their newsletter which will give you a heads up on their sales.
Originating in Asia, Tune Hotels have made their way to London, specifically Westminster, Liverpool Street and Paddington. This is by far the cheapest hotel option thanks to their no frills policy. The rooms may be rather small, but for £25-35 a night you can’t expect anything too luxurious. If you are just arriving from Heathrow, Paddington is an ideal place to get a little R & R. Operated like a no frills airline, you will have to pay extra for things such as Wi-Fi, towels,and use of the safe. Visit their website to get a more thorough breakdown of what is and isn’t included in the price. Sometimes they offer a £9 sale, so it is well worth checking before you arrive.