You should use our simple search to choose from a wide range of London hotel deals, offering a choice of hotels across this huge metropolis. That's the easy part sorted out. The touch part is deciding where you want to stay out of all the London hotels, and it's all about location, location, location! Take some time to research the hotel's location and look for things like tube stops and bus stops so you know it will be easy to get around. Hotels in tube map zones 1 and 2 are the most likely to be expensive, but you'll get the added benefit of the attractions being closer to you - sometimes within walking distance!
There are so many areas to choose from, so we've put together a handy London area guide to give you a feel for where you might like to stay:
The City - staying here won't be cheap but at the weekends it's really quite quiet! Great transport links and you'll be able to wander the modern skyscrapers and historical buildings from your London hotel door.
The West End - the heart of the action, this area is sought-after day in, day out! Book early to get the best deal, safe in the knowledge you will have plenty to do right there.
King's Cross - a transport hub and central London hotel haven, there are plenty of cheap chain hotels here, although not that much in the way of attractions. It's easy to get everywhere from here though!
Victoria - similar to King's Cross, but in the south of the city, although there are more attractions here with the big name being Buckingham Palace!
Waterloo - right by the Eye and with quick access to the river and Westminster this is an often-overlooked area with some great cheap hotels in London.
London Bridge - home to The Shard, London's new shiny skyscraper, this area is close to the City and with good links to the West End too, but it won't be the cheapest!
Paddington - the transport hub for the west of the city, there are plenty of cheap hotels here, although not much to do in the area, especially at night.
Chelsea and Knightsbridge - with star attractions like the Science Museum on your doorstep, this affluent area certainly makes for a photogenic stay in London, although you'll pay the price in your wallet!
Islington - has a nice town-like feel with lots of Georgian terraces. It's not cheap, but it will get you out of the hustle and bustle without being far from the action when you want to dive back in.
Shoreditch and Dalston - these areas are rife with cooler-than-cool people and places to be seen, so make sure you read some fashion magazines before you get to your hotel in London if you're staying here! Cheaper than many areas, although transport links are slightly fewer.
Docklands - offers a different feel altogether, and Thamesside hotels for less. A bit out of the way unless you're off to an event here, expect a longer travelling time into the central regions. Great for cheap weekend deals though when Canary Wharf is quiet.