Hotels in London
From value-for-money bed & breakfasts and self-catering establishments, to quaint great country pubs and relaxing hotels, all offer a warm, friendly welcome and a great place to rest your head while enjoying the hoards of attractions here in the South East.
Why not do something a bit different and stay in South East England’s breathtaking countryside on a camping break or for something a little different and unique, glamping is becoming more popular amongst tourists looking for countryside retreats all year round. If you prefer to be pampered, one of the South East’s many luxury hotels will fit the bill use the search box on the left or links below to find somewhere special for your next stay in London.
Many of hotels also provide conference facilities for business meetings, training and other corporate events. Examples include the Langshott Manor Hotel in Surrey, the Solent Hotel & Spa in Hampshire and The Grand in Brighton.
Church Street hotel is a Spanish Americana Oasis in the heart of downtown South London inspired by the warmth and sensuality of the Americas. With vibrant local art scene, effervescent night life, yet close proximity to central London, Church street hotel is an ideal location to explore both the cool, and quirky of Local London life, covering Brixton, Camberwell, East Dulwich, Peckham, to the more common central London attractions.
London Crystal Palace Queens Hotel is a stylish 300 bedroom original Victorian hotel that offers a pleasant atmosphere and a range of attractive guest facilities including a hotel bar and lounge, air-conditioned bedrooms, wi-fi access throughout and satellite TV in the Lounge area, on site car park with ample space for coaches, subject to availability, fees apply.
The 180-year-old neo baroque edifice, which once housed the erstwhile St. Olave’s Grammar School, is now unveiled as The LaLiT London. The luxury boutique hotel features 70 beautifully designed rooms, each ornamented with custom-made art- combining Indian culture with a quintessential British charm.