Travel guide 5 London hotels to stay in over New Year

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Whether you’re planning a New Year’s Eve engagement or a big night out, London is the place to be on New Year’s Eve.

You can conquer the sales, watch the fireworks, head out to a party then, if you’re not too hungover, catch the New Year's Day parade.

And, if you’re thinking of heading to the big smoke, you’re going to need a base, whether it’s five-star or none.

Here’s 5 London hotels to stay in over New Year’s from budget to bling.

Montana Hotel

A short walk from The Natural History Museum, The Science Museum and the V&A, and only two tube stops from Harrods, this hotel is a real find.

Yes, it has the tiniest lift known to man and, for the cheapest rooms, you may have to share a bathroom but it means you can stay in central London, in comfort, for less than many regional hotels.

Gateway Hotel

Heading to the city to celebrate with your Clapham-based mates but don’t fancy a stained sofa?

This is a lovely little place near the common and Clapham South tube with en suite rooms and friendly staff.

Hilton London Bankside

The ideal hotel for art-lovers, this is just a five-minute walk from The Tate Modern, which is open on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

The hotel restaurant, OXBO Bankside, is hosting a New Year’s Eve bash with a three-course menu, champagne, cocktails and live motown.

The hotel also has a shiny new pool to help wash off your New Year’s hangover.

The ideal hotel for art-lovers, this is just a five-minute walk from The Tate Modern, which is open on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

The hotel restaurant, OXBO Bankside, is hosting a New Year’s Eve bash with a three-course menu, champagne, cocktails and live motown.

The hotel also has a shiny new pool to help wash off your New Year’s hangover.

Lancaster London

The ideal location for central London revels, this is just round the corner from Lancaster Gate tube and a five-minute walk from Paddington.

It’s also across the road from Hyde Park for the perfect New Year’s Day stroll.

The hotel is also home to the two AA rosette-winning Nipa Thai restaurant, and is hosting a black and gold New Year’s Eve party, with DJ and casino.

Waldorf Hilton

For Gatsby-style decadence you can’t do better than this.

The hotel’s Astor Suite features Press For Champagne buttons in the bedroom and living room, summoning bubbly by the bottle or glass.

The suite is also decorated in 1920s style and features a gramophone, handcrafted furniture, vintage tea set, period-style telephone and offers a DVD collection starring Chaplin and Cary Grant.

Source:metro.co.uk

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