Low cost luxury hotels in London

Posted by on April 21, 2014

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London is always a bit pricey but it has some great luxurious options that won’t cost you that much. Check them out!

The Hoxton

Hoxton was opened in 2006 and shows that being economical can be a good thing. The large glass door connects the busy hall with the towering foyer and the living room with 2 fireplaces and suede sofas. The 205 rooms at The Hoxton may not be large, but they are very neat and convenient, with linen Frette sheets, feather duvets, power showers and Pears soaps that smell great. Price includes light breakfast served in the room, mineral water, fresh milk and connection to the internet. Try to book a room on the 5th or 6th floor – the rooms are larger and the view of the night London will amaze you. Subscribe to the fan club of the hotel to increase your chance to book a cheap room.

Hoxton Hotel

Hoxton Hotel

B + B Belgravia

Behind the traditional Georgian facade, B + B Belgravia is an oasis of calmness: white walls, black leather couches and pastel shades in elegant bedrooms. Approximately half of the rooms face the street and the others the back garden, and feature free wireless internet and flat screen TVs. Rooms 10 and 11, located on the third floor are interconnected and are ideal for families or large groups and there is a room without a window in most economical price. In addition, homemade breakfast is prepared in accordance with your preferences in the open kitchen and is included in the price. Last but not least it is in a prime location – just 5 minutes walk from Central Station.

Lobby im B&B Belgravia

Lobby im B&B Belgravia

New Linden Hotel

Located in the romantic Notting Hill, surrounded by captivating villas and within walking distance from the market of Portobello, the Kensington Palace Gardens and Hyde Park, the New Linden Hotel stands out for its excellent value for money services it offers. It was recently renovated so the 51 rooms and suites have been redecorated with natural materials, ambient lighting, wooden floors, marble bathrooms and beds with headboards. All of them are equipped with flat screen TVs, CD players and wireless internet. The staff is very friendly and the laundry services they provide are great. The price includes breakfast buffet with cereals, fresh fruit and all the essentials for a good start to the day.

The new Linden

The new Linden

Shoreditch Rooms

The 26 bright and stylish Shoreditch Rooms overturn what we knew about budget subsistence. Hosted in a renovated pub, it is part of one of the most prominent members only clubs of LondonShoreditch House, in the heart of the homonymous district. Spread over 5 floors, they are divided according to their size in Tiny, Small and Small +, and 4 of them have their own furnished balcony. Comfortable, painted in pastel tones and with details that make the difference: vintage phones, wood blinds and bathrooms with Cowshed and rainforest shower. You’ll also find old books, toys and various oddball objects to occupy yourself with.

Shoreditch Rooms

Shoreditch Rooms

London hotel photos by: noniq, lauren, martin edge, mong 789

By +Nikos Kontorigas

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