Cheap Inside Tips on London

We recently blogged about the early opening sale of the Tune Hotel Paddington. This is the first Tune to enter the competitive Paddington hotels market and was recently toured by London Hotels Insight bloggers who were impressed by its central location (near Oxford Street and Paddington) and its focus on the locality - the hotel even offers special discounts in neighborhood restaurants for people like us who like to save money!  Seems like a cool place to stay if you’re looking for a cheap but clean hotel room where you can crash comfortably for a few nights.
(Photo credit: London Hotels Insight)

We recently blogged about the early opening sale of the Tune Hotel Paddington. This is the first Tune to enter the competitive Paddington hotels market and was recently toured by London Hotels Insight bloggers who were impressed by its central location (near Oxford Street and Paddington) and its focus on the locality - the hotel even offers special discounts in neighborhood restaurants for people like us who like to save money!  Seems like a cool place to stay if you’re looking for a cheap but clean hotel room where you can crash comfortably for a few nights.

(Photo credit: London Hotels Insight)

The month of May is now upon us and we are excited about the Museums at Night weekend from Friday May 18th to Sunday May 20th, when hundreds of museums and galleries open their doors for special evening events, most of them with free entrance. Pictured above is the British Museum which is a short bus ride from some good value Kings Cross hotels, a well-liked area to stay for bargain-hunting tourists.
(Photo credit: otubo)

The month of May is now upon us and we are excited about the Museums at Night weekend from Friday May 18th to Sunday May 20th, when hundreds of museums and galleries open their doors for special evening events, most of them with free entrance. Pictured above is the British Museum which is a short bus ride from some good value Kings Cross hotels, a well-liked area to stay for bargain-hunting tourists.

(Photo credit: otubo)