London offers a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets.
More budget-friendly options include the Best Western Victoria Palace (2*), the Airways Hotel Victoria (3*), St George’s Inn Victoria (3*), and Travelodge London Covent Garden. Hotels in the Victoria area are generally cheaper than in the areas immediately around the conference venue.
Imperial Hotels, a chain of 5 hotels near the British Museum, offer affordable bed and breakfast accommodation in central London.
For delegates travelling on a tight budget, we recommend exploring accommodation options at University of London residence halls. University College London and the London School of Economics both have residence halls near to the conference venue and offer visitor accommodation during the summer months.
Finally, AirBnb offers apartments and rooms across the city.
If you have any questions about accommodation options, then please do not hesitate to contact the organisers.
If you are seeking a London escape...
If during or around the conference you are looking for a peaceful retreat within the city, then we recommend The Royal Foundation of St Katherine, ‘an extraordinary oasis minutes from the city’. The Foundation, located in East London and near the River Thames, can be reached via public transport (Limehouse station). B&B rates range from £75+ for a single room (en-suite) and £89+ for a double room (en-suite) per night. Garden and chapelside rooms are available in addition to standard rooms.
(Images from https://rfsk.org.uk)