Hotels in London

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Looking for travel tips for visiting London? The British Capital is an architectural gold mine where historical landmarks merge with modern skyscrapers. Expect amazing theatre performances and world-class culinary delights. The Tower of London, a remarkable fortress overlooking the River Thames, is one of the top sights to put in your itinerary. A wealth of history, including the incredible Koh-I-Noor diamond and the magnificent Crown Jewels, are found here. Experience an ancient tradition known as the Ceremony of the Key at the Tower of London by booking your tickets in advance. Also worth visiting is the London Eye, towering over the River Thames opposite the Houses of Parliament. This 135m high giant Ferris wheel offers 360-degree views of the capital. It is the perfect place to sip your favourite drink during sunset in one of its 32 capsules. Take a 30-minute ride on the wheel for the best views of London's famous landmarks including Big Ben and the grand dome of St Paul's Cathedral. Book tickets for Shakespeare's Globe, where you can watch exciting and often unpredictable performances of the Bard's much-loved plays. As for the perfect hotel, London has thousands of options - and eDreams can help you find yours. Filter your results by the number of rooms you need, price, and location. Find great deals on an all-inclusive package that includes your flight, hotel, and even car hire. Whether you are looking for luxurious or cheap hotels, there is a perfect place for you listed on eDreams.

What must I see in London?

Make the most of your trip to London by seeking out the best attractions. The Shard is an eye-catching skyscraper and home to various restaurants, galleries, offices, and even hotels. Standing over 1000ft high, the Shard is one of the tallest structures in Europe. In Westminster, admire the statues of notable political figures from around the world at Parliament Square, gaze up at Big Ben, and cross Westminster bridge for a great view of the monuments and buildings along the banks of the Thames - also stunning when lit up at night. Want an experience of a real Royal Residence? Then Buckingham Palace is a must-see. It was built in 1837 and the British Royal Family has been living there since the reign of Queen Victoria. Watch the Changing of the Guard at 11:30 am every day, a captivating display of orderly marching followed by a music band that heads along The Mall. During state events, the Queen emerges on the balcony to greet the public. Visitors to the Palace can buy tickets to explore the Queen's Gallery, Royal Mews, and State Rooms. Interested in history? Inside the British Museum, there are over 13 million artefacts from ancient times. See priceless items from Babylonia, Assyria, China, Rome, and Egypt. The most popular exhibits at the British Museum include the Rosetta Stone, the Elgin Marbles, the Egyptian Mummies, the Mildenhall Treasure, and a colossal bust of Ramesses II. There is also a shop for kid's games, jewellery, souvenirs, and replica sculptures. Linger around for workshops and lectures at the museum and grab some delicious food from the café afterwards. 

Where should I stay in London?

You'll want to stay in a central or a convenient neighbourhood to get to the attractions with ease, whether that be via public transport or on foot. The best hotels in London are not confined to one location, with amazing hotel deals available everywhere. Search and compare before booking a hotel with eDreams. The Bankside and South Bank are the best neighbourhoods for sightseeing, where you're close to major attractions such as The Shard and London Eye. Chains of boutique hotels are found here as well. Grab weekend bargains at some budget chain hotels near the East End and Camden. To the west of Camden is Primrose Hill, a celeb hangout packed with chic stores, artisan coffee shops, and gastropubs. For great shopping and museums, head to South Kensington. To experience fine dining, consider a hotel around Covent Garden where a dense cluster of top restaurants serves the best of global cuisines. Have a taste of local foods, such as Fish and Chips and English Breakfast, at traditional restaurants and cafes all over London. Visit Chinatown near Leicester Square for world-class Chinese and East Asian cuisine, before taking in a West-End show. For Michelin-starred dining, check-in at the hotels around Hyde Park. If you are looking for a hotel in London to enjoy the best nightlife, head to Soho where there's a great mix of cocktail bars, great food, DJ nights, theatres, and English pubs. If you are in London for a honeymoon or a couple's retreat, Mayfair is one of the most romantic places to be. Enchanting restaurants and renowned star hotels abound. When you are done viewing the galleries at the Royal Academy of Arts, take a picnic at the garden next to the haunted house in Berkeley Square. Wherever you chose to stay in London, hotel deals are numerously available. Find the perfect hotel deal for you using eDreams. 

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