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As the largest city in western Europe, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed when deciding where to stay in London.

From the busy lights of the West End to the Royal Boroughs with their beautiful parks, each area of the capital has its own enchantments.

Read our guide to the six main areas of London and then view the hotels below to help you make an informed choice.

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Below is a comprehensive list of hotels and guest accomodation grouped into the 6 main neighbourhoods of London. To see a location map for each London neighbourhood click here: London Hotels Map





South Kensington, Belgravia & Victoria Hotels

One of London's prime residential districts, South Kensington is situated just south off Hyde Park.

Lined with beautiful Georgian and Victorian houses, Belgravia is home to some of the most desirable addresses in the capital.

Victoria, at the heart of Royal London contains a mixture of architecture, from the modern to the old.

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Mayfair & Westminster Hotels

Located to the east of Hyde Park, Mayfair is considered one of the capital's most luxurious areas with some of the best established landmark hotels.

Within the heart of prestigious Royal London, Westminster is at the centre of London's famous historical sights and institutions.

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West End Hotels

The West End, London's notorious theatre district, is the most colourful neighbourhood of the capital packed with shops and restaurants and the liveliest nightlife in town.

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Notting Hill, Bayswater & Marylebone Hotels

Situated to the north and north-west of Hyde Park, Notting Hill and Bayswater are all a short stroll from London's premier park and the sights of the West End.

Marylebone, in the northern tip of central London is a popular spot for the second largest park in London, Regents Park and West End access.

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City of London Hotels

The financial district of London, known as "The City" or the "Square mile" is at the centre of business life and is one of the world's most important economic centres.

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Southbank & Southwark Hotels

Located on the southern banks of the River Thames, both the Southbank and Southwark are within short distances from the main sights of Royal London.

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