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London Hotel - 3-night stay to start honeymoon

Hello!
My husband and I will be spending two weeks in the UK and starting out with four days/three days in London later this month.
Our hotel/B&B budget is $250/night. We like places with character and most importantly, quiet and comfortable beds. I have read about a few suggestions, such as staying somewhere close to a couple of Tube lines.
Thank you for you advice and recommendations!
Colleen

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Thank you very much for sharing! This is a wonderful list. I also looked at the link to London B&Bs and we found some lovely options to consider.

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Happy to help.

To save transport time and cost make certain wherever you choose is within zones 1 & 2 on the London Underground tube map. You can see it on the tfl.gov.uk website. You can also use the tfl website to plan your way around London.

I find London a very walkable city. If you use Google Maps satellite POV and type in Big Ben you will see that The London Eye, Parliament ,Westminster Abbey,
Churchill War Rooms, St James Park, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square, and Covent Garden are all within walking distance of one another.

Be sure to check out Timeout London online. Informative and might mention something of interest, a gallery, show, site, restaurant you might not of heard of.

Lastly, you might also peruse this website for a hotel.
https://www.nadlerhotels.com/. Believe they are within your budget range.

Enjoy your U.K. honeymoon!

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The Bailey’s hotel beside the Gloucester tube stop has character. Easy access from the airport and for going anyplace in the city. It should be in your budget depending on the dates you’d be there.

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You might take a look at Rubens At The Palace--location is good located near Buckingham Palace.

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My husband and I have stayed at the Crowne Plaza - South Kensington (part of the IHG Hotel Chain, such as Holiday Inn, InterContinental, etc.) We have stayed there three different times. It is directly across the street form the Gloucester Tube station. One stop away from Knightsbridge (Harrod's). It is a great hotel. We have also stayed at the Conrad Hilton St. Jame's. It is in St. James Park area. It is walking distance to Buckingham Palace, Parliament, Big Ben, the Thames, etc. It is directly across from the St. Jame's Tube station. We stayed there for three weeks in 2016. We are returning to that hotel at the end of April.