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Accommodation in London

London hotels in Covent Garden, Soho and Leicester Square

If you want to be in the thick of the London action, base yourself in Soho to totally suck every bit of life out of London; shop till your heart is content, party till you drop and occasionally stop in on a cultural establishment.

Hazlitt’s Hotel

Frith St, Soho W1D
Underground: Tottenham Court Road

A simple, understated British hotel with rooms filled with antiques and sloped floorboards that creak and couldn’t hold a pool table, Hazlitt’s has been a crowd-pleaser for a long time for its great location at a London-reasonable price.

London Edition

Berners St, Fitzrovia W1
Underground: Tottenham Court Rd

A great boutique and buzzy hotel for a lively stay in London.
Check out the International Traveller’s extended anonymous review of the London Edition.

Hotel Café Royal

Regent Street, W1
Underground: Piccadilly Square

Featuring an incredible position and heritage – Oscar Wilde held court with Bosie in the Grill Room – the relaunched hotel is an unexpected disappointment for many who want a little more theatre from their hotel in the heart of London.
Check out the International Traveller’s anonymous review of the Hotel Café Royal.

Dean St Townhouse

Dean St, Soho W1
Underground: Tottenham Court Road / Piccadilly Circus

You have to give Dean St its dues; it is honest in room descriptions from ‘tiny’ to ‘small’, ‘medium’ and then ‘bigger’.
‘Tiny’ also means ‘tiny rate’ in a very comfortable, clean and well-appointed room in the heart of Soho. Perfect.
Check out the International Traveller’s anonymous review of the Dean St Townhouse.

Z Hotel

Moor St, Soho W1
Underground: Tottenham Court Road / Piccadilly Circus

Firmly after the perfect price without too much compromise? The Z is always a value option: a great position and rooms that will look after your clothes while you explore, and give you a great sleep when you return.

The Savoy

The Strand, WC2
Underground: Charing Cross / Temple

A hotel with literally two faces – Edwardian on the Thames River side and Art Deco on the Strand – the Savoy sits well with the Mayfair set, without actually being in Mayfair.
The famous grill, loved by Churchill, is back with the potty-mouthed Gordon Ramsay at the helm and a true competitive edge in its set: rooms where the key is not a can opener.
For a Grand Dame of London hotels, she is the more reasonably priced of her kind.

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