West London’s Fulham neighbourhood is home to two of the capital’s biggest football clubs – Fulham FC and Chelsea FC – and is well connected to the city centre without the price tag. Here’s Culture Trip’s guide to the best hotels in Fulham.
Millennium and Copthorne Hotel at Chelsea Football Club
Millennium and Copthorne Hotel at Chelsea Football Club | Courtesy of Millennium and Copthorne Hotel at Chelsea Football Club/Hotels.com
Located right by the Fulham Broadway station and practically inside Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea Football Club, the Millennium and Copthorne couldn’t be better situated. The accommodation itself is cosy and contemporary, with spacious rooms, a fabulous bar and a Marco Pierre White steakhouse.
The Malt House is one of London’s best-kept secrets. It’s home to six stylishly decorated rooms above a proper British pub. The restaurant, owned by chef Paul Merrett, offers a mouthwatering menu. Think pork and black pudding sausage roll, steak and ale pie and some of the best chips you’ve ever tasted. Pair that with the friendly, unassuming interiors and there’s a real charm about this place.
This red-brick Victorian townhouse is perfect for an affordable stay in the capital. Rooms and amenities are basic, but the location is fabulous, close to the Hammersmith Apollo and Westfield London Shopping Centre. Shepherd’s Bush and Hammersmith tube stations are nearby, so getting around London is easy.
Hotel Lily is an affordable option in central London, with all the basics for a comfortable night’s stay. Only a short walk from West Brompton station, and close to Earl’s Court, it’s a great base for your travels. In the morning guests can enjoy anything from a selection of toast and preserves to a full English breakfast.
This charming inn, tucked away on a small side street, has six bedrooms above a classic British pub. The rooms are homely, with lots of original features and thoughtful touches. Sit down with a plate of affordable pub fare in front of the wood-burning fireplace and relax after a busy day. A great place to lay your head, and a real taste of London.