Soho was called the most expensive London district for travelers. This information was published by British CheapRooms website and is based on analysis of lodging cost.
The survey covered 20 London districts and was based on average price of the cheapest double room during October 2014. Only hotels with tree star rating or higher and positive customer rating were selected to participate in the project.
It turned out that in Soho (the district is bounded by Oxford Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Regent Street, and Charing Cross Road) travelers will need to spend GBP 219 for the cheapest available double room. At the same time, a similar room in such districts as Mayfair and Knightsbridge will cost GBP 214 and GBP 216 respectively. These districts ranked second and third most expensive in London. On the other hand, Paddington ranked the second least expensive neighborhood for travelers in London. Here, travelers will be able to find a room as cheap as GBP 100 per night. Budget travelers may be also interested in Heathrow Airport area, where the least expensive room costs only GBP 60 per night. This neighborhood has good connection with central London via the Piccadilly line.
The full list of London neighbors with average price of a double room in every of it can be seen on the company’s website.