Booking accommodation in London can be overwhelming. At HostelBookers we have around 100 cheap London hotels starting at €14.40pppn and 100 hostels starting at just €8.39pppn too, so although that means you’re sure to find some accommodation to suit, it also means there’s a lot of choice.
I’ve narrowed it down a bit here, and if you have any more questions just let me know if the comments box below, or on the HostelBookers Facebook page, and we’ll be happy to help…
1. Where should I book my hostel in London?
London is a huge place so depending on what you’re coming here for, you should try and stay around there. Or at least within easy Underground distance. There are some really beautiful areas in London, but of course these will also be more expensive. If you stay just down the road you might get a better deal. Check out our guide to London’s hostels or promise yourself to the Underground and just book a cheap hotel in London asap.
2. Where can I find self-catered accommodation in London?
Many of our hostels have kitchen facilities you can use to make your trip cheaper. Or you could book into an apartment like Access Hyde Park where you get kitchen facilities in your flat complete with washing machines, full cooking facilities, TV and full living and dining area. It’s in a great area by Hyde Park and prices start at just €20.45pppn.
3. Are there any gay hostels in London?
Of course all customers are welcome in every one of our hostels, but if you’re looking for a specifically gay hostel in London try the Victoria Gay Hostel in Westminster or London House Gay Hostel in Mill Hill (below).
4. I want a good London party hostel!
The Generator Hostel in Russell Square is great for parties – the bar is open until 2am every night and they have regular themed parties in there.
Or you could try the Clink78 Hostel in Kings Cross (below). They’ve got a brilliant, newly-refurbished bar in there. I went to the opening party and, pheweeeee. Let’s just say the next day at work was a tad embarrassing 🙂 (I got a bit carried away)
5. Which is the cheapest hostel in London?
London’s cheapest hostel is the All Star Hostel in Kilburn (below). Shared rooms start at €6 and private rooms at €4.93pppn. It’s close to the tube and you get free internet, toast, tea and coffee. There’s a minimum 7-night stay so it’s perfect if you’re going to be sticking around for a while.
6. Where are the cheap hotels in London?
Everywhere! From Wembley to Greenwich and every destination between. And with the Underground you can stay at a destination to suit your budget and just get the train to wherever you’re going – easy as that!
7. Are there any YHAs in London?
Yes! There’s a London YHA just five minutes’ walk from Oxford Street and all the fun of the West End. The YHA London Central on Bolsover Street has an on-site bar and internet facilities and dorm rooms start at just €19.97pppn.
Or you could try YHA London Earls Court near Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, The Natural History Museum and The Royal Albert Hall. Dorms here start at €17.99pppn.
8. Is there a hostel near the London Eye?
Yes, the closest one is The Walrus Waterloo. It’s a popular one with an 89% satisfaction rating from our previous customers. The South Bank where the London Eye is, is just a 5 minute walk.
If you want a cheap London hotel near the London Eye and Westminster go for the London Waterloo Days Hotel. All rooms are double en-suite and have TVs and coffee making facilities. You’ll also be just a 10-minute walk from the London Eye. Check out the pics below…
If you’re looking for a hostel or hotel specifically near a landmark you can use the London ‘map’ function on the London hostel search page. Find your landmark in London on the map and then look for the closest hostel – easy!
9. Any cheap hotels in Central London?
The Grade II listed Astor Court Hotel (below) in the West End is a good choice. Housed in a former Gentleman’s club the hotel now has 45 rooms and 6 family apartments each with their own character. The affordable hotel is only a few minutes walk from Oxford Circus, Regent Street and Hyde Park.
Or if that one fails to float your boat the Staunton Hotel is beautiful inside and out and the Fitzroy Hotel is located on the tasty Charlotte Street. The area is filled with restaurants to suit every budget and is just a few minutes’ walk from Oxford Street.
10. I need a cheap London hotel for my mum….
The Maranton Hotel…
Thanks to all the hostels for the images and fabbio for the top one, it’s err fabio.
Let me know if you have any more questions about accommodation in London and I’ll answer them asap in the comments box below…