|Trafalgar Square Fountains|
The hotels are very expensive during the Olympics and during early June when all the Diamond Jubilee Celebrations are on. If you haven`t already booked you probably wouldn`t get a room anyway but have you thought of staying outside of London. Most places within an hour of London are easy to get to.
|St Stephens House Oxford|
The Airport Travelodges/Premier Inns and Holiday Inns are another option again within easy reach of London with good bus and train services. They are not cheap during the Olympics but are very reasonable at other times.
Stonehenge is approx 137 Kilometers from London and Salisbury Cathedral not much further they are wonderful why not stay around here if you have time and travel into london for the Olympics. I have just booked two rooms in Amesbury two miles from Stonehenge for £23.50 per double room on Sunday 5th August which is part of the August Bank Holiday. I only needed one night as I am going to take photos as well as enjoying the sights. I could have got all other nights except Saturday for £35 a night. I have spent more than that staying in dorms in youth hostels so its not bad. Again this is in a Travelodge but thats fine by me at those prices. I am not sponsored by Travelodge but you really can`t get better than that. Their site is the one I look at first when looking for a budget hotel. There is an express bus from Victoria Bus station London to Stonehenge costing £32 return.
St Albans is less than an hour from London and has a wonderful Cathedral, Roman Walls and a fabulous park. Good shopping and great little resturants. Jamie Olivers Italian has just opened and The Abbots Kitchen Cafe in the Cathedral is lovely.
|The Palace London|
Leicester Square London is always busy but thats part of the fun of London.