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Cheapest hotels in London....help needed!

gemmyw Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
Meant to be going to London but friends took so long to decide if they were coming or not, that deal we found is fully booked.It was £129 pp 2 nights 4* with breakfast and train inc... :-(
We would like to leave 12th June and stay 2 or 3 nights....could do the Friday after though at a push.
gemmyw Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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#1
OK - there are lots of places 1st of all.

2ndly it depends who you book with - going direct to a Hotel isn't always the best option.

Some providers of rooms like expedia and so on have their own discounted rates at the hotels -so say you were to 'walk in' you wouldn't get it as cheap as if you had booked with (say) expedia in the first place as they have already negotiated such a huge discount for the sheer quantity of rooms that they shift.

Then you have to think about location - where you want to stay. Remember London is so easy to get around in - that it doesnt HAVE to be on the doorstep of a club even if you do want to get trashed....

So - you can look from Tower Bridge all the way down to Victoria and beyond... And as North and South as you want to go...

Novotels are popula but busy - it depends on what you are after and how mmuch etc.

xxxx
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Bit of a longshot but if you have some clubcard vouchers, why not try and convert them into deals. I'm sure the ramada jarvis was part of the clubcard deals. If you have none, maybe buy them of mates? That will make it A LOT cheaper
#3
cloudthecat
OK - there are lots of places 1st of all.

2ndly it depends who you book with - going direct to a Hotel isn't always the best option.

Some providers of rooms like expedia and so on have their own discounted rates at the hotels -so say you were to 'walk in' you wouldn't get it as cheap as if you had booked with (say) expedia in the first place as they have already negotiated such a huge discount for the sheer quantity of rooms that they shift.

Then you have to think about location - where you want to stay. Remember London is so easy to get around in - that it doesnt HAVE to be on the doorstep of a club even if you do want to get trashed....

So - you can look from Tower Bridge all the way down to Victoria and beyond... And as North and South as you want to go...

Novotels are popula but busy - it depends on what you are after and how mmuch etc.

xxxx

Thanks hun....I have had a look nothing is particularly cheap....might aswell go abroad for prices they charge
#4
woz
Bit of a longshot but if you have some clubcard vouchers, why not try and convert them into deals. I'm sure the ramada jarvis was part of the clubcard deals. If you have none, maybe buy them of mates? That will make it A LOT cheaper

Already doing that for Mercure as it is my birthday a week today so shoppio and drinkio in Cardiff.....
#5
Well - hold on coz walk ins are always going to be expensive.... Have you looked at LastMinute? And the London Romms place?

There are literally thousands of these things around....

Erm, ??

xx
1 Like #6
If you just want a place to sleep, look at Travelodge deals, wife and I are staying at Docklands next month and it cost £19 for the room, it is a fairly new one and is very clean and comfortable. If you look on their website you can search London ones and it gives you all the prices as they vary quite a bit.
#7
Yeah, unfortunately as you will no, London is never cheap. Keep a look out for offers. I'm planning on going in August for a weekend.

Not cheap but the clubcard deals will make it affordable. You're right about going abroad for the same cost, joke really
#9
Humphman;5321729
If you just want a place to sleep, look at Travelodge deals, wife and I are staying at Docklands next month and it cost £19 for the room, it is a fairly new one and is very clean and comfortable. If you look on their website you can search London ones and it gives you all the prices as they vary quite a bit.

That is not a bad shout - there are lots of smaller hotels around Covent Garden that charge a lot more than that! Just for the location but London is so easy to get around that could be worth a look...

There are literally LOADS of them - There is one near Embankment on that link that is cheap enough...
Purrrrrrrr

xxxx
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Travelodge - basic and clean. We stayed in Park Royal last week as it is near to Wembly plus it was only 30 minutes on the tube and was a direct line. There are lodas of Travelodges nearer to London though. The price is per room - so if there is more than 1 of you get a twin room and divide the cost. Good luck with your search. Debs
#11
Thanks very much to you all for your time and help.Rep given xxx
#12
I think it's 21 days notice for a £19 Travelodge room and besides most the ones in London any saver rates will be used up by now,gotta books mths in advance.
#13
travelodge family rooms can sleep up to 4 for one price so even at full price can be ok prices
#14
Look how about staying just outside of London

Me and the wife go to London every couple of months and we pay £135 for 3 nights at the innkeepers lodge at Walton on Thames , it is decent accomadtion and it is also right across road to train station which has direct links to waterloo and only takes 20 mins to get there

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