National capitals are often overflowing with colorful and diverse areas, and London is certainly no exception. If you're wondering where to stay, check out Regent Street, which is just 0.6 miles (0.9 kilometers) to the northwest of London's CBD.
If you're planning to visit London, it is worth knowing there are a good range of popular attractions, including the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Royal Albert Hall.
Planning on visiting London? The vacation wouldn't be complete without stopping the St. Paul's Cathedral, one of its iconic attractions, which is easy to access from Regent Street.
Stay right by the London Eye, an excellent Regent Street point of interest, where you will have a good range of hotel options to choose from, such as the Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel, The Soho Hotel, Corinthia Hotel London, 41 and The Ritz London.
In the area of London, Regent Street is one of the nicer places you can spend a few relaxing days. There you and your fellow travelers have the option of booking a room near to the Westminster Abbey at the Claridge's and The Connaught or the Tate Modern at the SACO Holborn - Lamb's Conduit Street and St Martins Lane.
If you are after a place to rest and relax in Regent Street, you may want to look into other nearby options in our Brixton hotels guide and Travelocity's Piccadilly hotels guide. You'll discover Brixton around 4 miles (6 kilometers) from Regent Street.
They say travel is like opening a book on life so go to Travelocity's web page and find a Regent Street hotel option.