Visiting London on business? seeing friends, in town for football? Need hotels in WC1? There’s nothing like staying in central London to maximise sight seeing and stopping the wasting of valuable time getting to your destination for maximum enjoyment.

Reasons To Stay At Central London Hotels In WC1

If you’re staying in hotels in WC1 you’re a walk away from Euston, Kings Cross, Marylebone and St Pancras and a whole host of tube stations that provide access to a wide network of shopping, football and sightseeing destinations.

London may have extensive tube, bus and taxi offerings however they very rarely tell you that it can take an hour to get anywhere or 45 minutes to reach South London, that you need to change connections to get to main stations. Being based in hotels in WC1 or close by is a real asset.

Finding Luxury Hotels In WC1

When looking for luxury hotels in WC1 and central London you won’t be lacking options, from The Savoy to the MayFair and Brown’s – A Rocco Forte Hotel, you will have plenty of opportunity to relax in splendour in hotels in WC1, just don’t forget your credit card.

Hotels in WC1 at the top end can charge £300 to £700 a night for rooms but you have access to swimming pool, suites, fancy restaurants and gyms to keep you entertained. As if London doesn’t have enough to offer you can stay in hotels in WC1 and feel right at home without leaving. Crazy.

Find Cheap Hotels In WC1… Or Rooms… Shared Dormitory?

Basic three star hotels in WC1 is all many people need on a visit to London and for a weekend stay where the only requirement from an hotel in WC1 is sleep. Saving money on the hotel means money can go on meals out at restaurants in WC1 or Leicester Square, on rides on the London Eye or an extra museum.

WC1 may not seem that big an area but there are dozens of cheap hotels in WC1 from Smart Russell Square and Clink78 (not exactly hotels) which offer shared dormitory rooms and shared facilities, to Langland, George and Fairway hotel offering cheaper night stays in WC1.

 

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