National capitals are often made up of colorful and diverse neighborhoods, and London is no exception. If you're not sure where to stay, be sure to check out Hoxton, which is just 2 miles (4 kilometers) to the northeast of London's center.
If you'd like to spend some time in London, you should know that there are an excellent range of famous sights, including the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Royal Albert Hall.
Wandering through Hoxton? Make sure you visit the St. Paul's Cathedral, one of London's most iconic sights.
Come and experience the Hoxton iconic attraction that is the Tower of London. Basing yourself nearby will be simple with such options as the Bridge Apartments, Boundary, Market View by BridgeStreet, The Kings Wardrobe Serviced Apartments by BridgeStreet and Olive Níké Apartments just a short commute away.
The Tate Modern is a highly popular Hoxton place of interest for groups or for single travelers. You'll be in a great spot to head over and see it from a great variety of nearby accommodation options, including the Corinthia Hotel London, The Savoy, A Fairmont Managed Hotel, One Aldwych, SACO Holborn - Lamb's Conduit Street and St Martins Lane.
If you are vacationing in Hoxton, the Rosewood London and The Zetter Townhouse Clerkenwell are all within a short walk of the Globe Theatre. However, the The Lanesborough and Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane are located near to the British Library, should you prefer.
Even though Hoxton features a good range of hotels and other accommodations, you may also want to think about booking a place to stay in Piccadilly and Brixton. Check out our Brixton hotels guide and Travelocity's Piccadilly hotels guide.
Those who are roaming in London will be pleased to know that Travelocity's booking portal contains a range of places to sleep and relax.