London Accommodation for Groups
London is an exciting metropolis which caters for all groups. Many of England's most famous attractions are in London, including Buckingham Palace, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, St Paul's Cathedral, the London Eye and Madame Tussaud's. There are several large parks throughout the city and the River Thames winds its way amongst outstanding architecture.
London Hostels for Groups
London hostels are a great place to accommodate a large group. Low prices combined with central locations make hostels a must for budget-minded groups. You'll find modern amenities like internet access in your hostel.
London Bed and Breakfasts for Groups
Usually family-run, these small London bed and breakfast hotels offer friendly service and a quiet base. Many rooms have private bathroom facilities and you will often have a TV and telephone in your room. The group can also enjoy a hearty breakfast to get ready for a busy day.
Budget London Hotels for Groups
A quiet and comfortable alternative to lively hostels, groups looking for peaceful private rooms will find them at a London budget hotel. You can enjoy in-room facilities, such as telephone, TV and hospitality tray, and some rooms have private bathroom facilities too.
Superior London Hotels for Groups
Stay in comfortable surroundings at 3-star quality superior hotels. Your group members' rooms will have a private bathroom and extras such as TV, telephone and a desk. Your hotel will usually have a bar and restaurant and sometimes even a health club - perfect for the group to relax.
London Apartments and Self-Catering for Groups
If your group would like to prepare meals, everyone can enjoy the comfort of their own self-contained studio or apartment, with private bathroom and kitchen facilities, as well as a sleeping area. If you are in a small group then a self-catering apartment is a great choice — it will usually have several single bedrooms as well as a shared bathroom.
London University Accommodation for Groups
Each member of the group can stay in their own private room in a sociable flat with the rest of their group members, when university halls are open to the public in the summer. Shared kitchen and bathroom facilities keep the cost down - some rooms even contain private bathrooms.