south london hotels - where to book a london hotel online at the best price

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the most popular hotels in south london are:
Express Holiday Inn (Wandsworth)
3 star - double rooms from £89 via Superbreak
Putney Bridge Travel Inn
3 star - double rooms from £59 via Allrez
Best Western Lodge Hotel (Putney)
3 star - double rooms from £65 via Hotels.com
Park Lodge Hotel (Teddington)
3 star -
double rooms from £79 via Superbreak
Kingston Lodge Hotel
3 star - double rooms from £49 via Active & Superbreak
The White Hart Hotel (Kingston)
3 star - double rooms from £75 via Active
Travelodge Hotel (Kew)
3 star - double rooms from £49 via Active

Osterley Park Hotel (Isleworth)
3 star - double rooms from £49 via Active

Shandon House Hotel (Richmond)
B&B - double rooms from £40 via Active hotels
The Dukes Head Inn (Richmond)
3 star / pub - double rooms from £50 via Active
Richmond Park Hotel
2 star - double rooms from £60 via Active & Superbreak
Richmond Hill Corus Hotel
3 star - double rooms from £50 via Active, Allrez & Superbreak
The Red Cow Inn (Richmond)
3 star / pub - double rooms from £60 via Active hotels
Quinns Hotel (Richmond)
3 star - double rooms from £60 via Active hotels
Richmond Gate Corus Hotel
4 star - double rooms from £80 via Active & Allrez
Petersham Hotel
(Richmond)

luxury hotel - double rooms from £70 via Active hotels
Jurys Inn (Croydon)
3 star - double rooms from £75 via Superbreak, Allrez & Hotels.com
Hilton Hotel (Croydon)
4 star - double rooms from £74 via Worldres & Hotels.com
Aerodrome Hotel (Croydon)
3 star - double rooms from £49 via Active & Superbreak
Croydon Court Hotel
2 star - double rooms from £39 via Active
Clarion Hotel Croydon Park
4 star - double rooms from £60 via Active, Worldres, Allrez & Hotels.com
Le Meridien Selsdon Park Hotel
4 star - double rooms from £79 via Superbreak
Coulsdon Manor Hotel
4 star - double rooms from £124 via Active, Allrez & Superbreak

South London Hotels

Looking for a hotel in south london? Whether you want to be on the south bank, in battersea, clapham, kew, richmond or as far out as croydon and twickenham, we offer the widest choice of hotels and can help you book them at the lowest cost.

You don't have to spend hours clicking around hundreds of websites in order to get the best price on south london hotels. There are 5 websites that, between them, offer the cheapest london hotels. Most 'london hotels' websites are affiliates of one of these websites (they offer a limited range from just one of these five london hotels websites).

Here we tell you about all 5 websites, plus a couple of other websites with a limited range of london hotels, but great prices.

Each website offers an excellent choice and rock bottom prices. We make it easy for you to compare their prices plus, where they have them, we link you directly to their 'south london hotels' section.

Where to book hotels in south london

Now the interesting bit. These websites will give you the widest choice of hotels in the south london area at the lowest prices. As they all offer some from of 'lowest price guarantee', you'll also be getting the best prices.

Superbreak - this link is to superbreak's london hotels page. For south london hotels click on the arrow at the end of the 'all london' box and select 'city / tower bridge / docklands' or 'south london', then enter your dates for details on up to 30 hotels and apartments in the area with rooms from £40 a night.

Room rates, facilities, grades, detailed descriptions and even photos are available for most hotels. They also offer london theatre breaks and serviced apartments. But note that Superbreak quote prices on a per person basis not per room.

Worldres / placestostay.com - a big hotels website that provides the hotels pages of many well known brands, including lastminute.com and Opodo, and prices up to 70% off published rates.

The link takes you to their london page. Click on 'Southwark' or 'Greater London' (in the top left) for details of up to 50 south london hotels - with room rates from £60 - low cost hotels and apartments to 5 star luxury.

Hotels.com / travelnow.com - one of the worlds biggest and best hotels booking websites.

Book famous 5 star hotels, apartments or budget B&B's. Look out for special value deals - up to 25% off the already discounted room rate when you stay 2 nights or more.

Allrez.com - this link takes you to the allrez city hotels page (with 'london hotels' automatically selected).

They have a 'refine search' section at the bottom of the page, but it doesn't work that well. The quickest way is to get an idea of the hotel you want with the companies above, then search for that hotel by name (and check the price) at Allrez.

A broad range of london hotels. Click on a room type and 'more info' any of the hotels for an honest assessment of the hotel and its location. A regular place for bargains.

Holidayextras - this is a bit of a 'joker' in the pack. It is a discount website focusing on airport hotels. Click on 'London City' for a couple of hotels in the area, or click on 'london' in the 'airport' box, for details of up to 30 central london hotels.

Their central london hotels range from 2 to 4 star, often at unbeatable prices - from £40 a night (per room, not per person) they even have quad rooms from less than £45. Always worth a look.

How to get the best price on south london hotels

  1. As with most things on the web, our first piece of advice is to shop around for your hotel. Check the prices at all of the websites detailed below. It's not unusual for two of them to offer the same hotel at very different prices.
  2. Unlike flights, as long as there is no conference or major event in London, you will often find the best deal by leaving booking late. Booking between two and seven days in advance usually yields the cheapest central london hotel rooms. But don't wait until the day as prices go back up.
  3. When comparing prices, the most important thing is to make sure that you are comparing ‘like with like’. Not just the same hotel (and there are 34 Holiday Inn hotels serving london, for example), make sure the ‘package’ is the same. Price per person and per room, service charges and breakfast (included or not) are the usual variants.
  4. Sometimes adding a weekend night will lower the rate for all of the other nights of your stay.
  5. Compare prices, but compare locations too. It's usually worth paying a little extra to be nearer the centre of town, or your preferred attraction.
  6. Don't just rely on 'star' ratings. Look at the facilities the hotel has and rank hotels based on the facilities' importance to you.
  7. If you want a cheap hotel at the weekend, consider hotels in or near business districts. Business people only want hotels during the week. These hotels are usually of a 'superior' standard but, in order to attract weekend custom, they offer excellent weekend deals.

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