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What you should know about West End
Finding a fabulous place to stay in the West End of London is easy when you book with Hotels.com. We have scoured the West End to bring you a list of accommodation options. Whether you want somewhere quiet or in the midst of the buzz of the city, suitable for a young family or luxuriously equipped for a honeymoon, you are sure to find the perfect place to stay in our selection of hotels in West End, London. We make sure to include photos of all places of accommodation so you can be sure you have chosen the hotel that is right for you. In addition, at Hotels.com you can read honest reviews of the hotels, which we collect from your fellow site users using our certified reviewing scheme. London's famed theater district, the West End, is also home to some amazing museums.
What's the West End Like?
The West End is sometimes referred to as "theatreland" by locals, and there is always a show going on here. From the Duke of York to the Haymarket, there are theaters in abundance here. Head to a historic building for a classic drama or watch a musical romp for all the family in the West End. The West End is also home to London's most famous upmarket shopping streets: Oxford Street, Regent Street, and Carnaby Street, where you can find chic boutiques and a wealth of wonderful cafes and restaurants as well. Check out the clubs in Leicester Square or while away an afternoon in the majestic National Portrait Gallery. The National Gallery itself is also situated right beside the National Portrait Gallery, next to Trafalgar Square.
How to Get Along with Locals in the West End
If you are going to the theater in the West End, make sure to arrive on time for your show: many theaters do not accept latecomers after a certain point. If you are in need of tips for getting around in the West End, why not do as locals do and use the Tube (the name for London's underground train network)? There are several stations to choose from in the West End, such as Leicester Square (on the Northern line), Piccadilly Circus (on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines) and Oxford Circus (connected to the Central and Bakerloo lines). At Hotels.com, we are experts on all aspects of travel to the West End and this is what enabled us to find you such a great array of hotels in West End, London.
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