BEST Areas To Stay When Visiting London

London is one of those places that everyone should visit at least once in their life.

Like New York City, each part of the city has a character of its own that attract different types of travelers.

They are two of the most affluent and prized neighborhoods in London.

Knightsbridge & South Kensington

Staying in either of these two areas will work well for anyone visiting London for the first time.

Belgravia & Chelsea

When strolling about this part of town, expect to see some of the most well-known attractions London has to offer, including the London Eye.

South Bank & Victoria Embankment

Mayfair borders the grounds of Buckingham Palace and Hyde Park.


If shopping, entertainment, and nightclubs are your intention, Soho is an option worth considering.


Ideal locations to stay if you plan to visit plenty of West End theaters but want to be slightly outside the madness.

Covent Garden & Holborn

Home to the Heathrow Express and is slightly more popular with tourists, mainly due to its location and proximity to Oxford Street.

Marylebone, Bloomsbury & Fitzrovia

Best known as a transportation super-hub, with King’s Cross station connecting London’s underground, commuter rail, national and high-speed rails (as well as the magical train leaving from platform nine ¾!)

King’s Cross St Pancras

An area bookended by the West End and the Tower of London in the east, radiating out from London Bridge.

The City of London & Shoreditch

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For more about each area, including best hotels to stay in,

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