dealchecker's guide to Kew

  • Summer months get hectic in Kew, so book hotels early to avoid disappointment
  • Spring and autumn hotel rooms in Kew can be competitively priced

It may be a part of the capital city, but the borough of Kew is a world away from the hustle and bustle of central London, and its hard to believe it's only a short distance from the centre. Kew is home to one of the world's largest botanical gardens – the 326 acre site has over 40,000 collections of plant and flower species and buildings which hold historical importance. However, if plants arent your thing, there's plenty more to do. You could picnic with the deer at Richmond Park, head to independent boutiques and gastro-pubs for a bite, walk by the river, or even spend time at the World Rugby Museum.


Where to Stay in Kew

If you seek a chic retreat close to shops, bars, restaurants and within easy access of Kew Gardens and central London, there are Kew hotels to suit all. Choose from boutique establishments with indoor pools, stately high street hotels or majestic pads by the river. Search and compare rates for hotels in Kew in 2018 on dealchecker.

Budget-conscious travellers, or those visiting London with family, can find cheap hotels in Kew. There are a range of cost-effective chain hotels offering triple, family or adjoining rooms near Kew Bridge by the railway station, or around Lower Richmond Road with all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.

You can find a range of hotels in Richmond-upon-Thames, close to the river and high street with its stylish shops, cafes and restaurants.


How to get a Great Deal on Kew Hotels

If you are travelling to a specific event in Kew Gardens, or during the height of summer, you may find local hotel prices rise a little. Help to cut room costs by staying in nearby Richmond-upon-Thames, Chiswick, or a few miles away in Hounslow.

Spring and autumn can be wonderful times to visit Kew. Hotel rates can be cheaper too, you could snag yourself a bargain luxury hotel room or a budget chain early bird deal if you can be flexible with dates.

A visit to Kew in winter is a real treat. You can explore the festive lights at Syon Park, see deer on misty mornings at Richmond Park, or admire tropical plants and flowers in the hothouses at Kew. Hotels are cheaper in winter, with the exception of Christmas and New Year, and you could grab yourself a bargain.


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