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Budget Accommodation in Greater London If you’d rather spend money on seeing the main attractions of London than forking out on a hotel, you’ll be pleased to know that there’s plenty of budget accommodation to choose from.

Independent travellers could try the Millennium Lodge [map]. Prices here start from around £10 per night for shared accommodation with four – six other people. The hostel is open 24 hours a day so there’s no curfew to cramp your style. The venue also organises free parties for guests so even if you can’t go out you won’t be down.

The Youth Hostel Association has two hostels in the area, including the three-star YHA Hampstead Heath and the four-star YHA St Pancras. Prices do vary for this type of accommodation but the prices at YHA Hampstead Heath (the cheaper of the two) start from £21 per person. Both are conveniently located, non-smoking accommodations that welcome children under three years old.

In North London you could try the Economy Guest House and Youth Hostel [map] . Although more expensive than an average hostel you do get more for you’re your money as rooms are equipped with TVs and mini bars and the accommodation itself boasts a swimming pool.

Visitors to the capital planning to stay for seven days or more should consider taking advantage of the offers at The Townhouses [map]. Although affordable rooms are available to all guests, the best deals are reserved for those spending a longer time in the city. Here you’ll find comfort in peaceful residential surroundings close to Finchley.

If you are travelling alone, or with a partner then you could take advantage of the bargain room price at Arlington Avenue [map] . This will truly be an alternative to hotel living, as you will be staying in the home of an Islington resident in an exclusive part of town. And the location means you get the best of both worlds a leafy hideaway from the city buzz but close to restaurants and bars.

The South West of London offers some very comfortable hotels close to a range of famous attractions. Enjoy a stay at Harcourt House Hotel [map], Bury Street, SW1, which has an enviable located right in the heart of Belgravia. With Victorian style décor and attention to detail from friendly staff The Harcourt enables you to stay in one of London’s richest suburbs without having to pay a high price.

Stay close to Pimlico at The Cheviot Hotel [map], St Georges Drive, Victoria, SW1. This hotel is an elegant 19th century building within a one minute walk of Victoria Coach Station and the Gatwick Express Terminal, making it the ideal retreat for business travellers looking for a home from home.

If you’re looking for more great transport links consider The Aarden Hotel [map], St Georges Drive, Victoria, SW1, which is close to Victoria Underground and The British Airways Terminal. This hotel is also close to some of London’s top tourist sites including the London Eye and Buckingham Palace.

Get into the heart of the action with the range of great value accommodation available in the West End and Central London that manages to offer the best in comfort whilst not tugging too much at the purse strings.

The Elysee Hotel [map], Craven Terrace, Marble Arch, W2, is right in the heart of London and faces Hyde Park. All rooms are offered with en suite facilities and showers, as well as tea and coffee making facilities, and satellite TV.

Head over to Paddington and book into The Picton House Hotel [map], Sussex Gardens, W2, for newly refurbished rooms offering home-from-home comfort. Reasonable rates include a traditional English breakfast.

If you’re hoping to meet fellow travellers from across the globe, try one of London’s best hostels. YHA Holland House [map], Holland Park, Holland Walk, Kensington, W8, offers scenic accommodation close to many tourist sights. Holland Park is west of Notting Hill and is a wooded park with a selection of landscaped areas, some of which are home to resident peacocks and friendly squirrels. The hostel itself offers a large selection of facilities including a lounge/TV room, free hot showers, luggage storage, Internet access and foreign exchange.

The East End is famous for offering a warm welcome and there’s also a selection of reasonably priced accommodation to boot.

Located just 15-20 minutes away from Central London, The Inn Between [map] is friendly and affordable. Close to Leyton tube station this hotel has single rooms and family rooms, and when you’re not out and about or in bed you can rest in the TV lounge or catch some sun in the garden. Prices range from around £30 per night.

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