Hotels in London for Wimbledon 2017
Have a look at our carefully selected hotels that will look after you throughout the Championships as if you were at home. These hotels are chosen for their high quality and service and quintessential British charm. We work closely with these selected hotels to always offer you the best available rate. Do give us a call to discuss your trip, we are happy help.
Chelsea offers a great location close to central London as well as Wimbledon. Enjoy a stroll by the Thames or in the many parks, or attend a top football match with local Chelsea FC. There are still remnants of the area’s bohemian past with boutiques, antique shops and art galleries along the Kings Road.
The Kensington area offers spectacular and very interesting museums such as the National History Museum the Science Museum and the V&A. Kensington High Street is a shopper’s dream and should you need to rest your feet and eyes, there are many tranquil parks around too.
Westminster is home to some of the most iconic British landmarks such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Queen’s residence Buckingham Palace. All of this makes for interesting walks and sights, not forgetting Trafalgar Square and Tate Britain where you can indulge in the world’s best exhibition of British art.
Belgravia is a peaceful and attractive area with stunning old Georgian townhouses, exclusive shops and Michelin restaurants. The area near Sloane Square offers great shopping opportunities and a wide variety of delicious restaurants.
The South Bank has developed into London’s cultural playground. The stretch along the Thames is a social and cultural hub where you will find the London Eye and internationally renowned music events and fine arts exhibitions.
Located between the idle pleasures of the West End and the wealth of the City, Holborn used to be populated by journalists and lawyers. There are many lovely wine bars and restaurants to cater for all tastes and a walk by the Victoria Embankment offers a stunning panoramic view over the river and the city’s skyline.
The West End
The West End is famous for its fantastic range of theatre, opera and jazz clubs. The neighborhood has a buzzing and vibrant atmosphere and great shopping and dining experiences too. The area around Covent Garden offers live music and performances on the beautiful square.
Probably the most exclusive area in all of London, Mayfair has it all: world-renowned hotels, the tailors in Savile Row, designer shops and art galleries off Old and New Bond Street, and up market jewellery shops. All with a distinct British and classical London twist!