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What you should know about Soho
Hotels.com makes choosing the perfect hotels in Soho, London simple, allowing you to get in with the more important task of enjoying your vacation. Whether you're visiting Soho for business or pleasure, the right accommodation is essential and you'll find hotels to suit all tastes and preferences at Hotels.com. You can even tailor your search to your budget using a simple system, and you can also select the quality levels you prefer. All of Hotels.com's hotels in the Soho area have been chosen to provide you with the comfortable and inviting base you demand, and you can browse photographs on the website to get a real idea of that typical rooms an public areas of your chosen hotel are like. You'll also find a location map which is useful for planning your journey from the station or airport or for organizing sightseeing trips in the city.
What's Soho, London like?
There is something for everyone in Soho, and hotels in Soho, London are ideally placed for visits to the jazz clubs and music venues of Greek Street, Frith Street or Dean Street. Those looking for a more authentic local experience might like to browse the stalls in Berwick Street market or stop for a coffee at one of the lively pavement cafes. Old Compton Street is a vibrant part of the gay community, and welcomes visitors from any part of the world, while just across Shaftesbury Avenue, Chinatown beckons with its eclectic range of shops and restaurants. Take a stroll in Soho Square to see a fabulous range of statues that includes Charles II made by 17th century Danish sculptor Caius Gabriel Cibber and a range of striking contemporary pieces such as the Conversion of St Paul. Oxford Street is just 2 minutes from your Soho accommodation, while Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery and the theaters of Covent Garden are all within walking distance.
Tips for getting along with locals in Soho, London
Soho is one of the most liberal areas of the capital, but it is still worth observing a few simple rules. Stand to the left if you prefer not to walk up escalators at local underground stations such as Tottenham Court Road or Leicester Square and let passengers off before trying to board the tube. Many restaurants now include a service charge but tipping is normal if that isn't the case, and many Soho residents eat out as a matter of course. There are more useful hints at Hotels.com along with some of the most attractive hotels in Soho, London.
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