Hostel for Family at Christmas
I know, I know, London is scary expensive! But some ideas would really help us out.
then off to Spain
In terms of hostels, I can't really help you out...i have only stayed with friends when I have visited london personally, so this is my first experience staying at a paid location...I would suggest looking at lonely planet, D&K series, and the other guidebooks for suggestions...from what I have heard from people who know about london in christmas time is that it should be a ghost town for christmas and boxing day and should be very easy to get around...your biggest concern should be finding places to eat christmas day and day after (boxing day) for your family as most restaurants will be closed (from what I'm hearing)...when I was there last in 2009, I came on boxing day but again stayed with friends and their family.
The W14 hotel London- £11
Heathrow lodge(bread and breakfast)- £12.50
Bridge park hotel-£ 13
Queens hotel London-£14.67
Channins hounslow hotel-£14.75
Euro hotel clapham-£16.33
Euro lodge clapham-£16.33
Athena palace hotel London-£17
Northumberland hotel London-£17
Hayesthrope hotel London-£17.25
Royal guest house-£17.50
Premier west hotel-£18.33
Palace court hotel London-£18.75
City view hotel London(bread and breakfast)- £19.28
hope this helps you on your trip!
I often like to take trips into Central London for the weekend to enjoy the theatres, museums and restaurants- but since everything is so expensive, my wife and I also stay in 2*/3* cheap hotels. Much better to stay in the than a hostel/inn, as it's only slightly more money but you'll feel alot more comfortable.
We always booked off tigerhotels.co.uk cos they often have offers for decent hotels, yet cheap, but worth the money also. So check out the list of hotels there, but the ones I recommend (which I've stayed in before) are:
[approx 35O a night]
- Chitern Hotel
- New Dawn Hotel (our fave )
- Prince William
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