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This vibrant South London suburb is a great base if you plan on enjoying the buzzing night-life and almost limitless shopping of London. Not only that, there's plenty in this leafy town to keep you entertained, whether it's the thrills of the local theme park, or the excellent shopping. There's a variety of tranquil green spaces here where you can enjoy family picnics, as well as a generous helping of local arts venues, from theatres to cinemas, and sculptures.

Things to see

For an exciting and action packed family holiday, look no further than the nearby Chessington World of Adventures. Enjoy the adrenaline inducing loops of roller coasters and water soaked log flumes, and grab some juicy burgers or hot dogs as you make your way around the many attractions here. There's also a zoo and sea-life centre, where you and the kids can get within inches of intelligent Gorillas, exotic monkeys, and cute penguins. Shopping fans will no doubt want to head to the glittering glass expanse of Centrale Shopping Centre, where you'll find all manner of high street shops, cafés and designer outlets crammed within. With plenty of well known eateries here, you'll have plenty of fuel for an extensive shopping trip, whether freshly-sliced sushi or gloriously meaty burgers are your preference. If you need some quiet time, then the lush greenery of Mitcham Common is a good choice for picnics.

Hotels in Sutton

Hotels in Sutton are fairly spread out, and while there's not a massive selection, you'll find there's enough diversity to cater for most kinds of break. Whether you're looking for a discount hotel or pleasant, more traditional rustic style digs, you'll be well catered for here. Many Sutton hotels are also conveniently close to the main attractions, so you won't have to go too far to unload all those shopping bags from the Centrale Centre. You'll also be able to enjoy a lazy evening meal at some of the more traditional establishments, or enjoy a few well deserved glasses of wine.

Where to stay

The most central place to stay in Sutton is around Cheam Road. You'll have easy access to the town centre, along with local amenities, and there's plenty of transport links around here if you're planning on visiting a few different attractions. Couples after a little slice of rural paradise should head a little out of town to the area by the Grove park. There's a beautiful glistening lake here, as well as lots of rolling greenery ideal for secluded walks. Shopping enthusiasts will probably want to head out to the Manor Road area, as you'll be closer to the excellent shopping.

How to get to Sutton

Being on the southern edges of London, Sutton is very easy to reach if you're flying into any of the city's major airports. London Waterloo, Victoria, and Charing Cross all have regular services to the south, and you can easily reach most of these train stations via tube direct from London Heathrow, or train and coach services form the other airports. Of course, this means that while in Sutton, the bright lights of London are around 40 minutes away, so you'll have your pick of things to do. Getting around in Sutton itself is very easy too, via local buses.