Where to stay

There are plenty of places to stay in London, whatever your budget – from luxury hotels to youth hostels.

Browns Hotel is the oldest hotel in London and it has plenty of history. Alexander Graham Bell, who invented the telephone, made his first phone call from here and people have claimed that the Jungle Book was partly written here. They also have fantastic afternoon teas!

The Rookery Hotel sis a charming hotel made of 33 rooms built in a row of 18th-century Georgian houses furnished with beautiful old furniture. There are many museum-style pieces including Victorian baths, showers and toilets. The feel is very private and pleasantly whimsical. It also has a delightful small courtyard.

Situated in the West End, close to the world-famous theatres, is One Aldwych. Housed in former newspaper offices, this hotel is upbeat with over 100 rooms and modern art all over the building. The suites afford the most stunning views of Waterloo Bridge and the Strand.

Hazlitt’s is situated in the vibrant area of Soho. It is the one-time home of the essayist William Hazlitt. The guestrooms are decorated in a Georgian fashion, using original antiques and a range of beautiful details. This well-situated and stunning hotel is a must visit but a little expensive.

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