Hotels in West Central London
West Central London has something for all tastes and budgets, whether cheap accommodation or luxury five-star or boutique hotels, chain hotels, family friendly hotels, traditional London hideaways or specialist accommodation. There are hotels in London to fit any budget. One has many chances to find the best hotels in London for any wallet, from unique boutique hotels and swanky 5-star hotels in London to basic and cheap hotels in London.
Finding the right hotel to stay in West Central London can be like finding a needle in a haystack, particularly if you are a first-timer to or unfamiliar with - the city. But even people who have been to London before and now want to return on business or for a romantic or family break, can find it a challenge.
No sooner do you find one that seems good that you find a sticking point – the lack of restaurant, perhaps, or the lack of nearby tube. Moreover, the London hotel scene isn’t static. Somewhere that you couldn’t fault five years ago might now get poor reviews online.
A genteel Georgian townhouse in elegant Bloomsbury, The Montague is a peaceful hideaway in the heart of the city that combines up-to-the-minute sophistication with ample old-world charm. Just steps from The British Museum, expect exemplary personal service, understated comfort and rich furnishings throughout. A bistro style restaurant specializes in modern European cuisine which may also be enjoyed al fresco on the delightful terrace.
Friendly and attentive hotel staff, a great location and well maintained facilities make Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury the ideal base from which to work and play in the capital. They also have their very own Callaghans Sport Bar to enjoy your favorites sport events. Holiday Inn London-Bloomsbury is conveniently located in the centre of the city. Holiday Inn Bloomsbury has got everything you need to make a stay in the capital one to remember.
Our charming Morton Hotel, moments from Russell Square underground station, offers 34 rooms all themed upon members of the artistic and literary Bloomsbury Group - including Virginia Woolf and Roger Fry.