cheap b&b/hotels in london

anyone know of any good websites to look for cheap stays in london, needs to be a family room for up to 4 staying, also want breakfast and private bathroom.

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London is a pretty big place....

Care to narrow it down?

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teh arn

London is a pretty big place....Care to narrow it down?


central london not too far from tubes station, i dont mind further away as i know the price will be cheaper but would like easy access.
Edited by: "hackerace" 1st Nov 2016

Have a look at Trivago or budgetplaces.com

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sydney871

Have a look at Trivago or budgetplaces.com


thanks

Check skyscanner hotels, Trivago, Travelsupermarket, Hotelscombined, Hotelscomparison - usually the best comparison sites. There's also "secret" deals on lastminute/priceline. On a Saturday night its almost impossible to get a "cheap" hotel stay in central london. Keep an eye out for discount codes listed online for the major hotel sites/go via cashback site such as Quidco/Topcashback which pay up to 13% depending on site.

Breakfast can sometimes be an extra not required in such a big city - there is always a cafe pretty much on the doorstep for half the price of what a hotel will charge for it as an extra/add on.

Depending on budget - look at no frills chains such as easyhotel/travelodge/Tune. They are usually located in good areas and significantly cheaper than the rest. Dont expect the Ritz though.

Edited by: "big_lloyd" 1st Nov 2016

Holiday Inn Express on Stratford High Street. 10 mins walk to tube which runs 24 hour. We paid £90 including breakfast for a Saturday night.

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big_lloyd

Check skyscanner hotels, Trivago, Travelsupermarket, Hotelscombined, … Check skyscanner hotels, Trivago, Travelsupermarket, Hotelscombined, Hotelscomparison - usually the best comparison sites. There's also "secret" deals on lastminute/priceline. On a Saturday night its almost impossible to get a "cheap" hotel stay in central london. Keep an eye out for discount codes listed online for the major hotel sites/go via cashback site such as Quidco/Topcashback which pay up to 13% depending on site.Breakfast can sometimes be an extra not required in such a big city - there is always a cafe pretty much on the doorstep for half the price of what a hotel will charge for it as an extra/add on.Depending on budget - look at no frills chains such as easyhotel/travelodge/Tune. They are usually located in good areas and significantly cheaper than the rest. Dont expect the Ritz though.


Will check out,thanks very much.
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