Visitors to London have a number of options when it comes to accommodation. There is a type of lodging that will suit people traveling alone, as a couple or with their family.
Palmers Lodge is a “boutique” hostel located in central London. This type of accommodation will appeal to budget-conscious travellers.
Several types of accommodation are available, from private rooms (one-four guests) to shared dormitories (small, 4-6 people; medium, 8-12 people; large, 14-28 people).
Free lockers (padlocks are available for rent) and linen are included, and towels are available for rent.
Other amenities include:
The Charlotte Guest House
The Charlotte Guest House is made up of five Victorian buildings with 43 guest bedrooms.
Available accommodation ranges from single rooms to family rooms that can accommodate up to four people in comfort.
Rates start at £47.00 for a single room and include daily housekeeping and breakfast. Check availability and book online.
Groups of up to 40 can be accommodated at the Charlotte Guest House; however, no elevator is available for guests with mobility issues.
A number of pubs also have rooms available for rent, and the Grazing Goat offers travelers comfortable accommodation in Marylebone on New Quebec Street.
The pub itself offers a British menu featuring local produce and a selection of red and white wines. Eight hotel rooms are available; each one with a King-sized bed, an en suite bathroom and free WiFi. Rates start at £210 per night and include a choice of Continental or cooked breakfast.
The Apex Temple Court Hotel
The Apex Temple Court Hotel is located in the center of the city, just steps away from Fleet Street. It’s the perfect choice for a place to stay that is close to popular choices for London sightseeing such as Covent Garden and Theatreland.
Step through the Hotel’s doors and you’ll be treated to a warm welcome and an intimate feel that will make you forget you’re in the middle of a major world city. Rooms and suites are comfortable and include free Wi-Fi, 40” LED TV with Sky TV including sports and movies.
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