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Thistle London Marble Arch
7.7 Good
Bryanston Street Marylebone W1h 7Eh London United, London, United Kingdom
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2.8 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
GoodBased on 3,620 reviews
7.7

Situated in London, this 4-star property is modern and elegant. It has complimentary wireless internet, a bar and is close to Marble Arch Tube Station.

Hilton London Metropole
7.4 Good
225 Edgware Road, London, United Kingdom
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3.8 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
GoodBased on 321 reviews
7.4

Located in London, the hotel is within a 35-minute drive of London Heathrow Airport and offers an indoor pool. It is set amongst a variety of shops and boutiques, and is within a 10-minute walk of Paddington Railway Station.

Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London
8.4 Excellent
200 Westminster Bridge Road, London, United Kingdom
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0.6 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 20,188 reviews
8.4

Providing a swimming pool and free wireless internet access in all areas, Park Plaza Westminster is located in Central London and is a short walk from Sea Life London Aquarium. It is situated a brief stroll from the London Eye, Parliament Square and Big Ben.

COMO Metropolitan London
8.4 Excellent
19 Old Park Lane, London, United Kingdom
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1.9 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 314 reviews
8.4

COMO Metropolitan London is located in London and is close to the area's well-known attractions. It provides 5-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

St Giles Hotel - London
7.4 Good
Bedford Avenue, London, United Kingdom
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2.1 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
GoodBased on 9,894 reviews
7.4

Set in London, St Giles London - A St Giles Hotel is a five-minute walk from the British Museum and offers extensive dining options and access to leisure facilities. It also provides free Wi-Fi, a swimming pool and a coffee bar.

Central Park Hotel
6.8 Good
49/67 Queensborough Terrace, London, United Kingdom
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4.4 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
GoodBased on 14,149 reviews
6.8

This contemporary London hotel is situated within a 10-minute walk of Lancaster Gate Tube Station. It also offers laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi and meeting rooms.

Mowbray Court Hotel
7.6 Good
28 32 Penywern Road, London, United Kingdom
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4.8 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
GoodBased on 4,591 reviews
7.6

Recently refurbished, Mowbray Court Hotel offers traditional 3-star accommodation in London. It also provides a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and a concierge.

Citadines Trafalgar Square London
8.2 Excellent
18/21 Northumberland Avenue, London, United Kingdom
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0.9 km from city centre, London, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 2,690 reviews
8.2

Offering 4-star accommodation, Citadines Trafalgar Square London is conveniently located in Westminster. It is close to Trafalgar Square, eateries and shops.

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Cheapest month:January
Most expensive month:March
Average price in England:₹ 743,104/night
Cheapest price found:₹ 1,092/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Thursday
₹ 5,679 - ₹ 13,246
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₹ 7,405 - ₹ 12,307
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About England

Forming part of the beautiful British Isles, England is renowned for its rolling countryside, historic towns and the iconic city of London. Its rich cultural traditions are on display in charming seaside villages and centuries-old castles while its Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty can be explored on a network of long-distance walking trails.

Things to do in England

Whether you want to see the Queen’s residence in London or explore the country’s spectacular landscapes on foot, there’s a reason why England is one of the world’s most visited countries.

Sightsee in London. Home to Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Queen, London is one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Browse ancient artefacts from across the globe at the British Museum, see the changing of the guards outside Buckingham Palace, then soak up the city’s iconic skyline from the London Eye.

Marvel at Stonehenge. One of the best-known prehistoric monuments in the world, Stonehenge is a cluster of megaliths that were erected between 3000 and 1500 BC. After being awed by these structures, you can visit the replica Neolithic Houses and see tools used by our ancestors 4,500 years ago.

Escape to the Lake District. Hit the hiking trails to explore the spectacular landscapes of the Lake District, which encompasses rugged mountains and glacial lakes in Cumbria. Scale the peak of England’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, or cruise between the charming market towns and villages that hug Lake Windermere.

Walk the Cotswold Way. Famed for its thatched medieval villages and scenic rural landscapes, the Cotswolds has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Follow the 164-kilometre-long Cotswold Way from the Georgian city of Bath to Chipping Campden, which offers magnificent views across the Severn Valley.

Getting around England

London Heathrow Airport is the main gateway to England, with large international airports also serving Birmingham, Manchester and Newcastle. Trains connect to continental Europe and travel throughout England while buses access smaller towns and villages. Many of England’s historic town centres are ideally navigated on foot.

Facts about staying in England

  • What is the best place in England for bars and restaurants?

    London has one of the best restaurant and bar scenes in the world. You can enjoy everything from ancient British pubs and tea houses to trendy, modern clubs like Fabric and restaurants like Evelyn’s Table. Consider staying in London hotels like The Resident Soho or Hazlitt’s to be close to the action. Brighton has also blossomed into an excellent hub for fine dining and nightlife. This seaside town has everything from tasty street food to cultural delights like Petit Pois for French cuisine and Alushi for Lebanese delights. Central English accommodation options like Hotel Una and The Charm Brighton Boutique Hotel and Spa are ideal spots for those who wish to enjoy Brighton’s best bars and restaurants.

  • What is the best place for a family vacation in England?

    If you’re looking for fun things to do in England, Cornwall offers plenty of opportunities. The kids can swim and bodyboard on the north coast during the summer months. Year-round, you can visit the Eden Project, where you can explore the forest, marvel at the massive sculptures, and feel like you’ve stepped into a magical kingdom. To be close to Eden, consider staying in St. Austell hotels like the White Hart Hotel. Windsor is another excellent spot to see things in England with your family. You can, of course, get a glimpse of Windsor Castle, where the Queen of England lives. However, the family’s younger members might be even more excited about the other major attraction in Windsor – Legoland. Hotels in England like the Castle Hotel Windsor will place you within walking distance of the castle and other famous spots like Frogmore House. Bed and breakfast’s like Alma House are ideal for families looking for a homey atmosphere that also happens to be close to Legoland.

  • What are the best things to do and see in England?

    A visit to the Lakes District National Park will place you in England’s largest nature reserve. This national park is an excellent spot for hiking, mountain biking, and rock climbing. There are many towns you can stay in that are nestled within the Lakes District. Windermere is a picturesque option, featuring some of the most charming little hotels in England, like the Windermere Suites and the Holly Lodge Guest House. Dorset features many of England’s most beautiful coastal wonders, including the Jurassic Coast and the cliffs of Purbeck. There are plenty of beautiful seaside towns and villages in Dorset, including Weymouth and Abbotsbury. Guesthouses like the Southville Guest House offer a cosy environment for travellers.

  • Where are the best places to stay for wine tasting in England?

    England is home to an abundance of award-winning wines, and there are many picturesque vineyards to visit. From Suffolk to Shropshire, Dorset to Devon, you’ll have endless options. However, Kent is essential to add to your itinerary for some of England’s best wine-tasting opportunities. Tenterden hotels like Little Dane Court or The Bull Inn Lodges will place you in the heart of Kent’s wine country, with the Chapel Down Winery, Oxney Organic Estate, and other vineyards at your doorstep. For a unique wine tasting experience in England, you may wish to head off the coast to the Isles of Scilly. Here, you can enjoy the stunning beaches after a tour of St. Martin’s Vineyard. Spots like St Mary’s Hall Hotel and The Saddle And Stable Rooms offer cosy accommodation on this peaceful island.

  • Where is the best place to stay in England?

    London, Manchester, and Liverpool are the most popular places on HotelsCombined for stays in England.

  • What are the best hotels in England?

    England is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Intercontinental London - The O2, which has a current rating of 8.9. For other potential stays, consider Sunborn London and The Tower Hotel, which can also be great places to stay in England.