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Where to stay in London

London caters for every type of traveller from budget backpackers to high-brow hunters. Use this guide to help you decide the best neighbourhood for choosing your London hotel.

Popular neighbourhoods in London

Soho

Good for
  • Dining
  • Nightlife
  • LGBT friendly
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Soho’s Oxford and Regent Streets are great for a day of restaurant hopping and flagship shopping with the family. If the thespian scene tickles your fancy, London's West End is your destination for West End musicals and red carpet events. After dark, Soho takes on an all-new light. Adults will find excitement in various forms while browsing Soho’s international eateries, risqué bars, and edgy nightclubs.

Hotel prices in Soho

3 stars
from
£168
4 stars
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£321
5 stars
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£406
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West End

Good for
  • Theater
  • Entertainment
  • Dining
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The West End is a taste of London at its most spirited. There’s a big-city vibe on atmospheric Oxford Street, where sumptuous fashion exists at every turn. Come nightfall, you’ll want to check out the neon-lit theater district to take in a world-famous stage play or indulge in an aperitif. You can also take a stroll through one of the West End’s lush gardens or parks for a serene alternative to the dazzling entertainment. Foodies will love feasting on the diverse offerings sprinkled along Berwick Street, home to traditional pubs, quaint cafes, and global dishes sure to whet any appetite.

Hotel prices in West End

3 stars
from
£145
4 stars
from
£234
5 stars
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£382
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Shoreditch

Good for
  • Art
  • Markets
  • Nightlife
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Shoreditch is a hub of creativity. With its brilliant street art, lively cafes, and unique indie boutiques, the East End district has a Bohemian vibe. You can experience proper local flavor on edgy Brick Lane, where bustling market stalls abound and Indian restaurants pop out of graffiti-etched walls. You’ll find solitude in Shoreditch among the area’s countless art galleries or at St. Leonard’s Church, which also displays a selection of modern artwork. Culinary creativity runs deep, as the area teems with street food vendors, upscale eateries, and modern coffee shops.

Hotel prices in Shoreditch

3 stars
from
£144
4 stars
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£493
5 stars
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£163
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Marylebone

Good for
  • Luxury
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing
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Stay in Marylebone to experience a chicer side of London. Nestled between Regent’s and Hyde Parks, Marylebone is a must for luxury travelers and fashionistas alike. Visitors can spend days sifting through the sea of shops between Baker and Marylebone High Streets, not to mention the historic Selfridges department store off Oxford Street. Take a break from shopping to enjoy one of the district’s great restaurants or visit the Sherlock Holmes Museum.

Hotel prices in Marylebone

3 stars
from
£134
4 stars
from
£219
5 stars
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£379
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Camden Town

Good for
  • Shopping
  • Live Music
  • Markets
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Getting to Camden Town, London, is easy, as several bus and tube stations can be found nearby. A must when visiting the area is browsing its top-notch markets. Here, shoppers will find everything from vintage threads and antiques to home décor and food stands. The food culture in Camden Town is another great experience to pursue. From cheap eats to international treats, it's best to start your culinary tour with fish and chips and an ice-cold pint. Savor every sip of frothy goodness in the company of great entertainment. From pubs to clubs, Camden Town is where it’s at for live music in London.

Hotel prices in Camden Town

2 stars
from
£34
3 stars
from
£72
4 stars
from
£196
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