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London Vacation Guide

Britain has perched at the cutting edge of Western culture for hundreds of years, and today its capital of London still leads trends in art, music and fashion. The classic English character that shines from this royal city's palaces and court gardens has been invigorated by thousands of global immigrants. Absorb the blend of old and new in Victorian pubs, the British Museum, couture houses and throbbing nightclubs.

We'll complete the experience with a beautiful hotel at an outrageous discount, or a complete vacation package at a completely affordable price. So you'll have no need to keep a stiff upper lip when you get your bill.

Neighborhoods in London

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of London's most interesting neighborhoods.

Bloomsbury - Marble Arch

From your hotel, set out to this centrally located area of London-home to the University of London and several other colleges, as well as many charming bookshops. The famed Bloomsbury Group of artists of the early 1900s got.

Kensington - Earls Court - Knightsbridge

Grab a cab, take a bus, or walk from your hotel and embark on a shopping trip in one of London's most popular shopping areas. Probably the best and most well-known department store in the world, Harrods.

Mayfair - Soho

Situated in the heart of the West End, Soho boasts an eclectic assortment of restaurants, shops, and clubs. London's Chinatown is near Leicester Square. Neighboring Mayfair is considered the most fashionable section of London.

Notting Hill - Bayswater

Notting Hill is a hot spot, with a number of popular restaurants and clubs. The Portobello Road Market is a magnet to weekend shoppers. Find bric-a-brac on the northern end near Trellick Tower, clothes and food in the central.

Regents Park - Baker Street

Regents Park is a giant and popular expanse of greenery and interesting sights-from the golden dome of the London Central Mosque to the London Zoo. With two boating lakes--one for children, three playgrounds, tennis courts.

South Bank - Vauxhall

Head south of the River Thames and you'll encounter South Bank & Vauxhall. Here you have easy access to an assortment of fascinating attractions including Tate Modern, the international museum; the famed Royal Festival Hall.

The City - Financial District

"The City," also known as "The Square Mile," is the financial hub of London. Situated in the center of London, it is home to the Bank of London, the London Stock Exchange, and Lloyd's of London.

Westminster

Known for the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, this area boasts a number of other attractions including Trafalgar Square, dominated by the 17-foot high statue of Lord Nelson; the National Gallery, which contains over 2,300.

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London Vacation Guide

Britain has perched at the cutting edge of Western culture for hundreds of years, and today its capital of London still leads trends in art, music and fashion. The classic English character that shines from this royal city's palaces and court gardens has been invigorated by thousands of global immigrants. Absorb the blend of old and new in Victorian pubs, the British Museum, couture houses and throbbing nightclubs.

We'll complete the experience with a beautiful hotel at an outrageous discount, or a complete vacation package at a completely affordable price. So you'll have no need to keep a stiff upper lip when you get your bill.

Neighborhoods in London

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of London's most interesting neighborhoods.

Bloomsbury - Marble Arch

From your hotel, set out to this centrally located area of London-home to the University of London and several other colleges, as well as many charming bookshops. The famed Bloomsbury Group of artists of the early 1900s got.

Kensington - Earls Court - Knightsbridge

Grab a cab, take a bus, or walk from your hotel and embark on a shopping trip in one of London's most popular shopping areas. Probably the best and most well-known department store in the world, Harrods.

Mayfair - Soho

Situated in the heart of the West End, Soho boasts an eclectic assortment of restaurants, shops, and clubs. London's Chinatown is near Leicester Square. Neighboring Mayfair is considered the most fashionable section of London.

Notting Hill - Bayswater

Notting Hill is a hot spot, with a number of popular restaurants and clubs. The Portobello Road Market is a magnet to weekend shoppers. Find bric-a-brac on the northern end near Trellick Tower, clothes and food in the central.

Regents Park - Baker Street

Regents Park is a giant and popular expanse of greenery and interesting sights-from the golden dome of the London Central Mosque to the London Zoo. With two boating lakes--one for children, three playgrounds, tennis courts.

South Bank - Vauxhall

Head south of the River Thames and you'll encounter South Bank & Vauxhall. Here you have easy access to an assortment of fascinating attractions including Tate Modern, the international museum; the famed Royal Festival Hall.

The City - Financial District

"The City," also known as "The Square Mile," is the financial hub of London. Situated in the center of London, it is home to the Bank of London, the London Stock Exchange, and Lloyd's of London.

Westminster

Known for the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, this area boasts a number of other attractions including Trafalgar Square, dominated by the 17-foot high statue of Lord Nelson; the National Gallery, which contains over 2,300.

Frequently Asked Questions About London

When is the best time of the year to find London vacation package deals?

January is the best time to find cheap London vacation deals.

When are the high and low seasons for London vacations?

July, June, May are the busiest months for London vacations, but December, October, November have the smallest crowds.

Where can I find the best last minute vacation deals for London?

Only on Hotwire can you find last minute vacations from over 17347 London destinations.

What if I have to cancel my trip to London?

The fastest path to canceling your booking is through one of our self-serve tools found at https://vacation.hotwire.com/lp/coronavirus-travel

London Vacation Guide

Britain has perched at the cutting edge of Western culture for hundreds of years, and today its capital of London still leads trends in art, music and fashion. The classic English character that shines from this royal city's palaces and court gardens has been invigorated by thousands of global immigrants. Absorb the blend of old and new in Victorian pubs, the British Museum, couture houses and throbbing nightclubs.

We'll complete the experience with a beautiful hotel at an outrageous discount, or a complete vacation package at a completely affordable price. So you'll have no need to keep a stiff upper lip when you get your bill.

Neighborhoods in London

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of London's most interesting neighborhoods.

Bloomsbury - Marble Arch

From your hotel, set out to this centrally located area of London-home to the University of London and several other colleges, as well as many charming bookshops. The famed Bloomsbury Group of artists of the early 1900s got.

Kensington - Earls Court - Knightsbridge

Grab a cab, take a bus, or walk from your hotel and embark on a shopping trip in one of London's most popular shopping areas. Probably the best and most well-known department store in the world, Harrods.

Mayfair - Soho

Situated in the heart of the West End, Soho boasts an eclectic assortment of restaurants, shops, and clubs. London's Chinatown is near Leicester Square. Neighboring Mayfair is considered the most fashionable section of London.

Notting Hill - Bayswater

Notting Hill is a hot spot, with a number of popular restaurants and clubs. The Portobello Road Market is a magnet to weekend shoppers. Find bric-a-brac on the northern end near Trellick Tower, clothes and food in the central.

Regents Park - Baker Street

Regents Park is a giant and popular expanse of greenery and interesting sights-from the golden dome of the London Central Mosque to the London Zoo. With two boating lakes--one for children, three playgrounds, tennis courts.

South Bank - Vauxhall

Head south of the River Thames and you'll encounter South Bank & Vauxhall. Here you have easy access to an assortment of fascinating attractions including Tate Modern, the international museum; the famed Royal Festival Hall.

The City - Financial District

"The City," also known as "The Square Mile," is the financial hub of London. Situated in the center of London, it is home to the Bank of London, the London Stock Exchange, and Lloyd's of London.

Westminster

Known for the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, this area boasts a number of other attractions including Trafalgar Square, dominated by the 17-foot high statue of Lord Nelson; the National Gallery, which contains over 2,300.

Last Minute Hotel Deals

See all 17,347 Properties in London

Estimated price for 1 night/2 adults

Top Flight Deals

Prices found within past 7 days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

London Vacation Guide

Britain has perched at the cutting edge of Western culture for hundreds of years, and today its capital of London still leads trends in art, music and fashion. The classic English character that shines from this royal city's palaces and court gardens has been invigorated by thousands of global immigrants. Absorb the blend of old and new in Victorian pubs, the British Museum, couture houses and throbbing nightclubs.

We'll complete the experience with a beautiful hotel at an outrageous discount, or a complete vacation package at a completely affordable price. So you'll have no need to keep a stiff upper lip when you get your bill.

Neighborhoods in London

Get the lay of the land. Read up on some of London's most interesting neighborhoods.

Bloomsbury - Marble Arch

From your hotel, set out to this centrally located area of London-home to the University of London and several other colleges, as well as many charming bookshops. The famed Bloomsbury Group of artists of the early 1900s got.

Kensington - Earls Court - Knightsbridge

Grab a cab, take a bus, or walk from your hotel and embark on a shopping trip in one of London's most popular shopping areas. Probably the best and most well-known department store in the world, Harrods.

Mayfair - Soho

Situated in the heart of the West End, Soho boasts an eclectic assortment of restaurants, shops, and clubs. London's Chinatown is near Leicester Square. Neighboring Mayfair is considered the most fashionable section of London.

Notting Hill - Bayswater

Notting Hill is a hot spot, with a number of popular restaurants and clubs. The Portobello Road Market is a magnet to weekend shoppers. Find bric-a-brac on the northern end near Trellick Tower, clothes and food in the central.

Regents Park - Baker Street

Regents Park is a giant and popular expanse of greenery and interesting sights-from the golden dome of the London Central Mosque to the London Zoo. With two boating lakes--one for children, three playgrounds, tennis courts.

South Bank - Vauxhall

Head south of the River Thames and you'll encounter South Bank & Vauxhall. Here you have easy access to an assortment of fascinating attractions including Tate Modern, the international museum; the famed Royal Festival Hall.

The City - Financial District

"The City," also known as "The Square Mile," is the financial hub of London. Situated in the center of London, it is home to the Bank of London, the London Stock Exchange, and Lloyd's of London.

Westminster

Known for the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey, this area boasts a number of other attractions including Trafalgar Square, dominated by the 17-foot high statue of Lord Nelson; the National Gallery, which contains over 2,300.