London: Top Tips for family, romantic and budget travel

24 Jan


London is a great place to visit for everyone; young and old, couples, families, friends… The city is full of (free!) museums, parks and gardens, beautiful sights and great places to eat. Not sure where to go and what to see? Easytobook comes to the rescue with an overview of the best hotels, restaurants and attractions for families, lovebirds and budget travelers.

London Skyline (1)

London Skyline (1)



In the family way

Abba Queens Gate Hotel is ideally located in a beautiful refurbished building near the city centre. Several tube stations are within walking distance so you can easily explore London from here.
Camden Town Apartments are located close to the famous Camden Town market. All apartments have free wi-fi and fully equipped kitchens.
Grand Plaza Serviced Apartments, close to Hyde Park, are newly refurbished apartments and have all the facilities you need for keeping your children alive in London.

The Rainforest Cafe has great meals for adults and their little ones in a jungle setting that includes life-like animatronics of gorillas, elephants and crocodiles. Kids will love the indoor waterfalls, tropical fish tanks and of course the shop full of peluche friends.

Spotting sharks at the London Aquarium is an amazing family activity.

Penguins at London Aquarium (2)

Penguins: not sharks (2)


London for lovebirds

St James’s Hotel and Club is perfectly situated near the shops. This luxurious hotel has a roof terrace and michelin-star restaurant and also offers massage services.
The Rembrandt Hotel is located in a beautiful building in the exclusive Knightsbridge area. This opulent hotel has a lovely restaurant, swimming pool and sauna.
Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes not only has a health club and a spa offering beauty treatments, massages and a sauna, but also has an AA rosette winning restaurant.

With a Tripadvisor rating of 4.5/5, this cozy restaurant is the perfect place to take your loved one to for a romantic dinner. La Chapelle offers modern French cuisine accompanied by beautiful wines.

Why not take a private chauffeured chocolate tour of London as your romantic activity?


On a shoestring

Clink78 is situated in a 200-year old courthouse in a perfect location. This hostel has great facilities and a happy hour everyday.
Meininger Hotel Hyde Park has both private and shared rooms. The hotel’s rooftop terrace has a wonderful view – you can even have a barbecue here.
The W14 Hotel & Bar is situated just outside the city centre, in the fashionable borough of Kensington. There is a cocktail lounge, and the hotel’s garden has a hot tub and barbecue.

Great food for reasonable prices: this is Wong Kei Restaurant. Located in London’s Chinatown, this restaurant spans four floors and offers a big meal for two for only £10. It’s not known for its great service, but the food definitely makes up for that.

Check out London’s numerous, world-class and FREE museums – what an incredible budget activity.


State the obvious? Sure:


Hopefully this short introduction will help you to get the best out of your London trip. What are your top tips for eating, sleeping and having a great time on a budget, with the family or as a couple? Let us know what we’ve missed!

London (3)

London (3)


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