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Searching the internet for the best kept secret in hotel deals can be tricky and tiring. Especially when you’re looking for a hotel in Richmond, London. With a delectable, delightful, yet deluging amount of hotels on offer in the metropolis that is the UK’s capital, stress and panic levels can rise when you’re searching. Just before you hit the red cross and shut down button, take a look and explore what Hotels.com can do for you. We have it all in one place, to save you precious time and to provide a hassle-free hotel booking service. Simply pop in Richmond, the dates you want to travel and the number of rooms you’re after and there you have it, a comprehensive and diverse set of hotels that have verified guest ratings and star-ratings to fit in with your perfect ideal. Book your hotel in Richmond today with Hotels.com and experience a new kind of hotel booking!

What's Richmond like?

Richmond, a stunning and suburban part of southwest London actually has an Act of Parliament protecting the scenic vista of the River Thames in Richmond. Sat on a meander of the capital’s famous waterway, the town also has a great number of parks and open spaces, including Richmond Park, forming London’s largest royal park, and conservation areas that too are protected and well-maintained. A stop-off there is simply a must to see their beauty and calm atmosphere. Richmond Green and the 360-acre Old Deer Park are situated to the boundary of the beautifully and popular Kew Gardens and UNESCO World Heritage Site, which contains King George III’s Grade I listed King’s Observatory. Architectural wonders include Queen Charlotte's Cottage and Ham House, a National Trust property. If you’re more into the arts and culture scene, and are hoping to round off your Richmond hotel stay with some evening’s entertainment, then visit The National Archives, White Lodge Museum & Ballet Resource Centre, Orange Tree Theatre and Encore Lounge Richmond for a truly unforgettable day.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Richmond

A rare suburban town within the capital, you’ll find much less hustle and bustle and far more community spirit. You get the best of both worlds, as Richmond has excellent train and bus links to and from all around the capital, while still be far enough out to explore its countryside ambience. Once home to the royal residence of Henry I and later monarchs including Henry VII who built a new residence calling it Richmond Palace, the town itself is steeped in prestige and grandeur. With reliable, regular road and rail links in and out of the city, you can see as much of the capital and its surroundings as you like. With an established upmarket shopping centre with over 200 shops, Richmond has the largest commercial centre in the borough so be sure to take lots of pennies if you’re looking for a spree in this high-end neck of the woods. If you don’t want to break the bank, the town’s farmer’s market is a great way to meet the locals. So book your hotel with Hotels.com today!