Welcome to EuroCheapo, a guide to cheap hotels and budget travel in London and throughout Europe.
Our editors have inspected, photographed and reviewed inexpensive accommodation in London’s central neighborhoods in search of the very best values. Although the city isn’t the easiest for travelers on a budget, London does offer some small and inexpensive hotel options, along with lovely family-run B&Bs and some hostels that could also be a good fit.
• Ready to find a hotel for your travel dates? Search in the box above to see what’s available.
• Or browse through a list of our recommended hotels. All of these are located in central London, and are clean and affordable.
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Address47/49 Belgrave Rd, Victoria (Near Victoria Station)
EuroCheapo Review: The Luna & Simone is a splurge-worthy gem, offering reliable three-star rooms, a superb location, free English breakfast and some of the firendliest service you'll find in London town.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: The name of the hotel, Arosfa, means “a place to stay” in Welsh. We might suggest that another Welsh word, one meaning “gorgeous and lovely place good for value-hungry visitors” be applied as a replacement.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: Yet another beautiful bed-and-breakfast along Cartwright Gardens, the budget-friendly George Hotel is in a quiet area less than a 10-minute walk from the British Museum.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: The dorms and private rooms at the Clink261 are small and spare, but the hostel offers a super-low rates, cool common spaces, and a fantastic location near King's Cross station.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: The Ibis London Euston, conveniently located minutes north of Euston Station, provides top-notch two-star rooms filled with convenient amenities like free Wi-Fi at an exceptional price.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: Situated around the corner from Victoria Station, the adorable Cherry Court Hotel is a cheapo gem offering 12 sweet (if small) rooms and the friendliest management around.... read review
EuroCheapo Review: The cozy, 30-room Macdonald Hotel isn’t the most charming or crisply designed hotel in London—or in the King’s Cross area, for that matter—but it will fit the bill for many.... read review