London Hotel Shuttles
LHR airport hotel transfers
As the capital of England, London is renowned for its stunning architecture and easygoing backdrop that flows from the River Thames to the heart of downtown’s Buckingham Palace. So whether you’re a business traveler heading to an expo or a backpacker interested in spending the night, various hotels and hostels are available to meet everyone’s price range. Get through the city by also making sure you’ve got a ride, choosing between private vehicle rentals that range from gas-efficient sedans to family-friendly SUVs that take care of everyone. Also available are meet-and-greet services that range from the luxury of stretched limousines to the simplicity of fast taxis, not to mention endless stations connecting both the Tube and a few above-ground networks.
A good way to enjoy the day is to look forward to the many hotels surrounding the region, whether it’s through various waterside getaways along the River Thames that include Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London or the Hilton London Bankside. Also available are relaxed townhome bed-and-breakfasts at the heart of the Marylebone neighborhood, such as the historic 19th-century accents of The Langham London and modern business-friendly perks inside Radisson Blu Portman Hotel. Ritzy options are also plentiful on the royal isle, from luxury penthouse suites that come with butler service at Hotel 41 to the art deco wonderment of The Beaumont. Other ways of enjoying the region include basic redbrick delights from Generator Hostel as well as urban-chic bunks from Clink261.
And once the day’s duties are all set and done, look forward to vivid views from endless English landmarks. Those in downtown should start on the east end of Westminster Bridge, where family-friendly attractions like the London Aquarium and Coca-Cola Ferris Wheel offer an easy afternoon of entertainment, afterward crossing the Victorian bridge to reach iconic gems like Big Ben and St. James’s Park. Within St. James’s Park is the Victoria Memorial, an iconic monument surrounded by royal gardens and paths that lead to Buckingham Palace as well as public tours and exhibits on previous generations. And beyond the obvious attractions rest unique gems, from the dreamy landscape of Kyoto Garden on the west side to the historic 18th-century architecture at Observatory Greenwich on the east end.
The Royal Horseguards
BEST WESTERN London Peckham Hotel
St. James' Court