Best Chains of budget hotels in London, UK
A solution proven to reduce the cost of your stay in London at below £ 100 a night is to opt for a hotel chain. Best offer accommodation in standard rooms, clean and convenient, even though the price varies depending on when you book and the time when you decide to stay. Many people get confused and believe that low cost means low quality. That is not true. Almost all hotel have a great quality and offer all amenities possible for a comfortable stay like clean and stylish spacy rooms, modern toilets, breakfast, good service, hair dryer, satellite TV and even stylish exit signs in case of an emergency as safety comes first. Seton offers a wide variety of fire extinguisher signs, evacuation signs and other fire and exit signs in order to display to all of us the shortest and fastest way to exit our facility. Their fire and exit signs can be found in many different shapes and designs are made to suit to everybody’s specific needs.
So here are the best low cost hotels in London
The creator of easyJet, Stelios Haji-Ioannou, has given rise to EasyHotel, centrally located, with small rooms, standard and squeaky clean, even with prices starting from £ 25 (reservations can only be done on-line). The Kensington hotel is now open and recently opened a second hotel in Victoria, while a third was opened in Earl’s Court in June.
Express by Holiday Inn
Division very well managed and rapidly expanding group of Holiday Inn, Express by Holiday Inn has 18 hotels in the center of London and suburbs, from Limehouse at Wimbledon. All rooms are equipped with satellite TV and internet access and breakfast is included. The flagship is the hotel in Southwark, excellent starting point for exploring the South Bank and the City.
Friendly and helpful staff and a number of little extras are the hallmarks of Ibis hotels, where breakfast is served from 4:00 am until one o’clock and the rooms can also be left at noon. The rooms were spotless and the beds were sturdy and comfortable, the lighting is good, the luggage space is generous and the showers are great. According to a travel blog it is a chain who prides itself on customer satisfaction.
A fusion of modern and comfortable rooms and restaurants, for work and leisure and parking: a very original concept in 1967, when it was opened the first Novotel in France. Today in London there are eight hotels of this chain booming. Clean and airy bathrooms equipped with every comfort and a hearty breakfast make this hotel appreciated by business travelers and tourists.
With its combination of Travel Inn and Premier Lodge, Premier Inn is now the largest chain in the UK. Ensures clean, comfortable rooms and a friendly and helpful staff, service with money back guarantee. The public rooms are very stylish and good-looking, the bedrooms are larger than average and are equipped with comfortable king beds with duvets and pillows of good quality. Room prices start from £ 48 per night.
The best value for money, Travelodge offers basic rooms “Saver” for just £ 29 per night (only available on-line booking). In London there are 13 hotels, including one in Covent Garden, and it is planned to open many more in the next ten years. The rooms are functional and clean, with showers of good quality and everything you need to make tea and coffee.