Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Cheap Hotels Central London

Cheap hotels central london - Well, today I went on a trip around town working on another project with Ramada Hotel. Although, they don't currently have a hotel in Leicester square area, they boast one of the most affordable hotels in the city. Some of their biggest hotels are on the outskirts of town like Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Their target is business travellers and big earner holiday makers.

For most of the people who frequent this blog, they don't all fall into the business traveller type - these are ordinary holiday makers looking for good times in the city and not ready to spend hundreds on hotel rooms per night.What they are need is Cheap Hotel Deals which I blog about a few days ago.

However, the good news for us is that some of the smaller independent shops as well as theatres in the Leicester square area have been adding their names to our growing list of cheap hotels central London

Ofcourse, this means that anyone looking for Leicester square hotels will definitely find them. As always,
 our aim is to save on hotel rates. One way that most people can save money is by sharing rooms with fellow travellers.
Team up with someone and book double rooms that way up to 3 people can share the cost of the hotel. I've done it 
myself and know how cool it feels when you are able to save money on hotels - but make sure you know who you are potentially sharing with.

That is is for today, like I said last time, the list of our recommended hotels in the Leicester square area will be posted along with good cheap hotel deals.

Sunday, 13 May 2012

Cheap Hotel Deals

Cheap Hotel Deals - It is nice to see that some people are already visiting this blog since the last post on Cheap hotels in Leicester Square. If you have not read the post, please check it out here. In that post, I talked about how to search around for good cheap hotel deals in the city and I'm happy some of you are already doing just that.

Just like car insurance and credit card loans - don't just settle for the first one you come across. Always look around as there are many providers out there competing against themselves for business. What that means is that they are always ready to compromise on their rates. But that does not in any way mean you should expect sub standard services. In fact, you could even get more services thrown in for you simply by just asking.

That brings us to how to our main point on how to get spend less money on hotels in the city. If you have visited London, you will have known how expensive it is to book into one of the Leicester Square Hotels. You must be earning a vast amount of money to be able to afford it. In the current economic condition, you will be hard pressed to find someone who is not tightening their belt and watching their finances.

So, having to save on some of the best hotels in one of the hottest, most beautiful cities in the world is a big plus. That is why we love to share all the tips we can to make sure that anyone - regardless of their status can at least save some money.

As promised last time, we are still compiling the list of sites and links to good comparison sites where you coupons and vouchers can be used to reduce hotel bills. Next week, however, we will be looking at how to make sure that you are not reaped of when using hotel wi-fi connections and how to protect your personal data on their network from drive-by malicious users.

Until then, please make sure you book mark Leicester Square Hotels for any updates and great links.

Monday, 7 May 2012

Cheap Hotels in Leicester Square

When I first started this blog on Leicester Square Hotels, I planned on writing and providing impartial review and advice on how to get good affordable hotels in and around the Leicester Square area of town. Despite been away for over a month, my focus is and will always remain the same.

One thing I believe in is the power of good review - which covers everything one will need to make an informed decision. As a traveller myself, every little opportunity to save on hotels and accommodation in a foreign land is a good thing. With potential hundreds of thousand descending on London this summer for the London Olympics - what better way to search and discover where to stay than to use the power of the internet.

With that in mind, I decided to cover one of the most popular destinations for most visitors. It doesn't matter if this is your first time or you're a regular visitor to these shores - we all want to save as much as we can. Unless of course you have limitless budget - in that case no review of any kind is going to be of any interest to you, not even this one on Leicester Square Hotels.

To kick things off, I'm compiled a list of small to 3-star independent hotels - each with its own review and rates per room. All these hotels have all the main services as standard including free digital satellite HD TVs, wi-fi, Hi-fi, room service, city tours, foreign currency exchange, train times and bus service information leaflets.

If you are lucky enough to be in town on a weekend when there's a movie premier, you may even get a free ticket to see it at the world famous Leicester Square Cinema. Because of the nature of the business most hotels and theatres in the west end and the city routinely give away tickets to top shows and events in town to encourage their guests to come back on another visit.

Anyway, I will find time over the weekend and post the full review here.