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Notting Hill Guide: Spend Less, Do More

Welcome To Notting Hill

Notting Hill is a name known to most because of the 1999 film starring Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. This area of London has a long and diverse history stretching back over two hundred years. After a period of decline in the mid-19th century the area has become one of the most sought after locations in London and the price of rent has skyrocketed.

Top Notting Hill Attractions

The Portobello Market is one of the most famous attractions in Notting Hill, and it stretches for over a mile down Portobello Road. The market is probably most famous for its antiques but there are plenty of other items on offer.

The Notting Hill Carnival is a brilliant attraction for all those in the city in August.

A final highlight of the area would be the popular Electric Cinema, a place where you can view the latest films in comfortable leather armchairs.

Eating Out

Notting Hill has a wide range of restaurants offering something for every budget. For those looking for a cheap eat then it is easy to grab something to take away from one of the excellent bakeries such as the Hummingbird Bakery, which is famous for its two-bestselling cookery books. Right at the other end of the spectrum are places like the The Ledbury, which is one of only 13 restaurants in the UK to hold two Michelin stars.

Notting Hill Hotels

Being in the centre of London, Notting Hill accommodation might not be the cheapest around but there are good options for those looking for something that won't break the bank. Cheap hotels in Notting Hill are available, but to take advantage of the lowest rates it is best to book ahead. If cost is not an issue this part of London boasts opulent hotels favoured by the rich and famous.

Your Cheaperthanhotels Team

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