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GO Budget Accommodation in West London

Budget Accommodation in West London Seeing London on the cheap is still possible and there’s a range of great value accommodation that manages to offer the best in comfort whilst not tugging too much at the purse strings.

If you’re looking for a home from home try one of a range of low-priced hotels – many of which are family run.

The Elysee Hotel [map], Craven Terrace, Marble Arch, 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, for newly refurbished rooms offering home-from-home comfort. Reasonable rates include a traditional English breakfast.

If you want to stay close to all the shops and the best tourist attractions book into the Belvedere Hotel [map], Norfolk Square, Paddington. This friendly family-run hotel is close to Oxford Street [map], Hyde Park, and Madame Tussauds [map] .

Get away from the hustle and bustle and stay close to some scenic green space at The Prince Regent [map], Nottingham Place, Marylebone, which is just 150m from Regents Park [map] and Baker Street [map].

Go for town house chic at The New Linden Hotel [map], Leinster Square, which offers 52 comfortable and well-appointed rooms. Located closes to a number of excellent restaurants, bars, shops and cinemas, The New Linden Hotel is the perfect place to stay if you want to be close to all the major entertainment attractions.

If you’re travelling with a group of friends or 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 park also contains the Kyoto Gardens [map] – a traditional Japanese garden – and The Orangery Art Gallery [map].

The hostel itself offers a large selection of facilities including a lounge/TV room, free hot showers, luggage storage, Internet access and foreign exchange. You can also book travel tickets from the in-house information centre.

The great prices for this hostel include a traditional English breakfast or continental meal.

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