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Attracting the travelers from all around the world with its gothic grandeur, London rightly deserves to be in the limelight for being one of the top most visited cities in the world. Be it historical attractions, cultural significance or cultural delights, London has it all. But the accommodations in the sprawling metropolis are a bit on the expensive side. From compact hotels to the top swankiest five-star hotels, you have to pay the big price. Don't give up just yet and do keep an eye out to strike a deal out of the boom city.
Stay in the heart of London as Westminster which is one of the easiest place to walk around and get a piece of the medieval flair. The famous attractions of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Houses of the parliament, and Nelson's Column, are some of the point of interest in London, you shouldn't miss out here.
For more stunning views of the Big Ben and the Houses of the Parliament, stay at the South Bank and Southwark. Explore the neighborhood on foot and as you walk along the River Thames, you will feel the romantic vibe taking you forward with its magic. For Panoramic views of the city, head up high on the London Eye.
Learn how to live amidst the riches, by booking for an accommodation in the regal residences of St. James and Mayfair. Adorned with royal palaces and royal parks, they are an exclusive stay destination in London. Admire the opulent Buckingham Palace and go on a visit to the beautiful St. James Park.
To be in a lively atmosphere, go with the Convent Garden which was once a luxury neighboorhood. Spend time in the central Piazza that is ever buzzing with people and street performers. For fashionable clothes and shoe shops, go on a visit to the streets in the north of Neal Street, Floral Street, and Long Acre. If you are interested in an even more lively spot, stay in Chinatown. The whole place will offer you a different flavor of the city and the ramen restaurants will keep your hunger at bay.
For luxury and top museum visit, book for the accommodations in Kensington and Chelsea. The buildings are all cutting edge and the area is populated with the residencies of wealthiest families in London. So, if you are thinking about being in a posh neighborhood without worrying about the expense, then it is highly recommended.
Also, there is a common complaint that the temperature inside the rooms during the winter is too cold and during the summer, is too hot. So, make sure the accommodations are temperature controlled.