As one of the world's most popular cities, London spreads far and wide but outside the centre there is still plenty to see and do. Greater London is now very much part of the capital with underground and overground trains connecting the distant regions and it also has a range of attractions of its own. Our Greater London hotels will keep you within touching distance of the buzz of the capital.
One of South London's annual highlights is the tennis tournament Wimbledon. Fans come from across the globe to gorge on strawberries and cream, sip Pimms and lemonade and catch the few rays of English sun available. These same fans also come to watch a bit of tennis and if you're in the area during July be sure to get to the ticket office by dawn to try and get a pass for the day's play. Not too far from Wimbledon is the spectacular Hampton Court Palace. Originally built for a Cardinal in the 16th Century and then taken over by the Royal Family, the Palace has been unoccupied since the 18th Century but is kept incredibly well. Admire the impressive period architecture and walk around the beautiful gardens which surround the luxurious palace.
On the other side of the River Thames is North London where the famous Wembley Stadium is located. From our London hotels accessing this stadium is made easy by using the Underground network which stretches far out of central London. Wembley hosts a whole range of sporting events and can seat 90,000 people. Next door to the stadium is Wembley Arena which is an entertainment venue often used by touring bands for live shows.
We offer cheap London hotels to make sure you don't miss a thing in this historic capital.