Limited postgraduate-style accomodation is available through the registration form. These consist of 40 single rooms with ensuite bathroom, close to the workshop site.
Other accomodation options need to be booked by the attendee. Hotel prices vary depending on how and when bookings are made. Internet bookings usually have the most favourable price. Two recommended websites are: http://www.london-se1.co.uk and http://www.upmystreet.co.uk.
Cheap hostel accommodation in the vicinity can be found on http://www.hostelworld.com and discount accommodation in the SE1 area on http://www.london-discount-hotel.com.
Five hotels well within 15 minutes walk of the conference venue are:
Other reasonable hotels within a short bus-ride or 20-30-minute walk are:
- Days Hotel London Waterloo - near the Imperial War Museum (highly recommended - approx. £85-£95 per night for a single, ensuite room with breakfast). This hotel can arrange an airport shuttle link on request. For details see www.daysinn.co.uk . Contact the hotel direct by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone +44 followed by freephone (0)800 0280 400. Mention your affiliation with King's College London to seek a possible reduction for a group booking.
- The Mad Hatter, 3-7 Stamford Street (about 5 minutes walk away from the workshop venue), has a small number of rooms and does special deals on early bookings of around £70 per night for a single ensuite + £5.75 (breakfast).
- County Hall Premier Travel Inn Metro, County Hall, Westminster Bridge near the London Eye has single ensuite rooms for £86.95 per night.
- Novotel near Lambeth Palace has single ensuite rooms of £125.00 without breakfast.
- London Marriott County Hall, also near the London Eye is more expensive at around £220 per night.
- the Strand Palace Hotel (approx. £120 per night)
- the Mercure Hotel London City Bankside (approx. £75 per night)
- the Hotel Russell (approx. £80 per night)
- the Bedford Hotel (approx. £71 per night) see www.imperialhotels.co.uk