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Staying in London near West End theatre

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Petalflowers Sat 09-Feb-19 22:23:10

Hi, going to London to see a West End Show. Don’t where where to stay. Can any one recommend somewhere good to stay?

Looking for a reasonably priced place, not dirt cheap, but not expensive either.

Thank you.

33goingon64 Sat 09-Feb-19 22:31:47

Recently stayed in a Z Hotel in Soho, they have a few in that area, worth checking, good value.

Tavannach Sat 09-Feb-19 22:46:25

Strand Palace Hotel is central and reasonable for the West end.

Comefromaway Sat 09-Feb-19 22:57:49

If there are two of you then we’ve stayed at the Park Grand London Paddington & the Park Grand London Hyde Park and been very impressed

As a family we’ve stayed at various Premier Inns. Our favourite is South Kensington Earls Court.

Recently we’ve started to use the Travelodge Southwark.

Both the above are a little further out but convenient fir the tube Premier South Kensington is very handy for Hamilton & Wicked & the Travelodge is walkable to Waterloo or you can walk across the bridge to Charing Cross near quite a few theatres.

dodofofo Sat 09-Feb-19 22:59:23

The strand palace hotel is perfect. It's such an easy / short walk from Waterloo & places like Covent Garden or Trafalgar Square And was reasonable. Well recommended.

Christmastree43 Sat 09-Feb-19 23:08:16

Recently stayed at the Grand Trafalgar and would recommend

RomaineCalm Sat 09-Feb-19 23:17:03

London hotels are so variable - the price you pay often has little correlation with the quality of the hotel.

Premier Inns are a safe bet but not always cheap - it does depend on location and dates.

Depending on which theatre it is you could easily stay a bit further out and get the tube/taxi or even walk. If you are travelling into London a hotel near to your station might be easier - leave bags there and get the tube to the theatre.

South Kensington has a Holiday Inn that is often good value. It also depends on what else you want to do while you are there.

MrsChollySawcutt Sat 09-Feb-19 23:27:21

Depends which Theatre really - they are quite spread out. There's a huge Travelodge right at the top of Drury Lane and another one just across the road next door to the Shaftesbury Theatre.

DropZoneOne Sat 09-Feb-19 23:34:00

Tavistock Hotel is a good budget option on Russell Square, a short walk from Covent Garden

No idea what budget you have, but if you want something nicer than this but not 5*, then try Strand Palace (although under refurbishment right now) or Amba Charing Cross. Waldorf can come out reasonably priced (compared to other 5*) sometimes.

I aldo like the Radisson on Mercer Street but it can be pricey.

babysharkah Sat 09-Feb-19 23:50:20

What's your budget? Are you prepared to travel in from a burb or prepared to pay to be central? Which theatre?

FeedMeBooks Mon 11-Feb-19 18:16:29

We've easily walked to theatres from Premier Inn County Hall.

LIZS Mon 11-Feb-19 18:18:02

Which theatre?

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