Booking a day hotel in London and want to see the best sights? Use your conveniently located London day room as a base for sightseeing, shopping and fun.
Explore London's Attractions with Day Use Hotels
Culture - The British Museum and Victoria and Albert Museum are synonymous with London culture and you could easily spend several days in each. For a unique British cultural experience, visit the Bond in Motion exhibit at the London Film Museum or the City of London Distillery for a tour or gin masterclass.
History - London has been continuously occupied since before Roman times. A daytime hotel in London is the perfect launchpad for your historical tour. Why not see the crown jewels at the Tower of London or tour St. Paul's Cathedral? Or take a deep dive into the history of London at the Museum of London.
Sports - London is home to 22 football stadiums (soccer for Americans), five of which are for Premier League teams. The city is also home to the famous Wimbledon tennis lawns, Lord's Cricket Grounds, 108 golf courses and the Olympic park, so there's something for every fanatic.
Leisure - The Mayfair and Soho neighborhoods offer the best in daytime commerce, eats, performance art and nightlife. Visit the John Lewis’ roofto on Oxford Street or shop for haute couture on Bond Street. Take a nap in your London day room before a show in one of the more than 40 theatres in the West End.
London Facts You’ll Love
Harrods, the upscale department store, sold cocaine until 1916.
The Queen needs permission from the Lord Mayor to enter the City of London.
Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens together are larger than the country of Monaco.
If London were in France, it would be the 6th largest city by population of French citizens.
In 1998, scientists discovered that the London Underground was home to a previously undiscovered species of mosquito.
There's a farm in an abandoned Underground tunnel that grows salad greens for grocery stores and restaurants.