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It’s a Laaandan Thing...
When tourists decide to plan a trip to London, they usually encounter the same problems. With so
much to see and do, it is very difficult to work out which bits to see, and which bits to miss. The locals
have similar problems, because London is so vast, and there is always something happening, it would
take more than a lifetime to see it all, and we all miss out in one way or another. Having said that, this
characteristic makes London a wonderful city to visit, and the fourteen million annual visitors will vouch
for this. It is said, they when a man is bored of London, he is bored with life.
Choosing Where to Stay
London is such a large city that the choice of hotel location will affect your stay. Different areas offer
different experiences, and where you stay largely depends on your personality, your circumstances (i.e.
whether you are single or travelling as a family). We will discuss a few different places to help you
Paddington, Hyde Park, and Bays water
All of these locations are ideal for international visitors who fly into, either, Gatwick or Heathrow. Both
airports have shuttles whose terminus is in the area.
They are all better suited to families, or tourists looking for a place to relax, whilst being close enough to
the excitement to experience it when they choose to.
A short walk or tube ride will take you to the heart of the West End, where you will find many
restaurants, theatres, and shopping destinations. At the same time, the areas themselves are relatively
quiet, and Hyde Park allows you to experience a little of the Great British countryside from within the
It is a popular area with tourists, and you will find plenty of information and help to make the most of
If you live in a country with a lot of space, such as the USA, then you will find the hotel rooms feel rather
cramped: that’s London for you!
You will be near all the major landmarks and tourist attractions, including:
The Tower of London
The London Eye
St Paul’s Cathedral
Houses of Parliament
City of Westminster
Victoria and Albert Museum
As you may now appreciate, many of London’s key attractions are in close proximity to one another.
Therefore, anywhere in the areas mentioned above is ideal for sightseeing purposes.
Kensington and Chelsea
Kensington and Chelsea border the areas mentioned above, but are much more refined in character.
This is the most upmarket area of London, and it is teeming with auctioneers selling expensive antiques
(the most famous being, of course, Sotheby’s), designer clothing shops (Dior, Channel, Joseph, Gucci,
Louboutin, Agnes B...), quaint cafes, classy nightclubs (the haunt of many celebrities).
This is a very quiet area of London, and, apart from the nightclubs, tends to have little life after 10pm. It
is a fantastic place to bring a family with small children, there is very little crime, and they will not be
disturbed at night.
Hotels in the area tend to be expensive, but there are some fantastic London hotel deals available, you
just need to know where to look. The internet is by far the best place, as competition is greater and the
hotels tempt guests with the best prices.
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