Great Affordable City Hotels  

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What would you expect to pay for accommodations in a palatial, elegantly decorated suite in one of London’s most famously posh neighborhoods? One that occupies an entire floor of a regal Victorian building, just a cobblestone’s throw from ritzy boîtes, exclusive restaurants, and one of the world’s most glorious antiques markets? And one that allows you to entertain your own guests—buzzing them inside for cocktails with a private doorbell, as you would at your own apartment? Perhaps $300 a night? $400?
How does $160 a night sound? It’s true: staying at Main House, an intimate boutique property in Notting Hill—one of the more expensive neighborhoods in Europe, if not the world—is almost cheaper than staying home. And it’s not the only hotel of its kind. For those who know where to look, there are actually lots of petite, extraordinary, wallet-friendly lodgings (where low prices reflect the property’s modest size, not a deficiency in style or a low-econo

Chic boutique lodgings—for under $250 a night—in the world’s most lavish metropolises

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