The 2011 London Marathon is this weekend – and there are still cheap hotels in London with rooms available on the 16th and 17th. The marathon route takes in landmarks like Pall Mall and Tower Bridge, and celebrity runners include Aygness Deyn, Katie Price and Will Young.
Check out the marathon route map then see our cheap hotels below to find the best place to stay if you want to catch the action (and the celebs breaking a sweat!)…
Prices and availability correct on publication. Once they’re gone, they’re gone!
- Dolphin-Inn Hostel in Paddington has private single rooms for £85prpn
This townhouse conversion has Wi-Fi access, continental breakfasts and a communal kitchen and lounge. Central London is a short tube ride away from Paddington station.
- Normandie Hotel in Paddington has private doubles for £108prpn
A family-run three star hotel, Normandie offers a full English breakfast every morning. It’s a short tube ride to central London from nearby Paddington station.
- Marylbone Serviced Rooms and Apartments has private doubles for £119prpn
The apartments have a central location for the marathon route as well as daily cleaning, Wi-Fi, flatscreen TVs, kitchens, lounges and terraces.
- Plaza Hotel in Hammersmith has double rooms for £250prpn
Plaza Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and a daily cooked continental breakfast. It’s west of the marathon route, a short tube or bus ride from the city centre.
- Nayland Hotel in Paddington has private triples for £109prpn
Nayland Hotel has a bar and Wi-Fi access. Paddington station is just around the corner with tubes to whizz you in to central London.
This is a selection of our London hotels closest to the marathon route. For a full list of London hotel and hostel rooms available this weekend, see the map here.
Thanks to Julian Mason for the image off Flickr