Planning your visit

Travel in London

Before you come check out the Transport for London website which has advice for visitors:

Always check out whether you can walk to your destination. Sometimes places are surprisingly close. The London A-Z either online, , or hard copy will help you. The Transport for London website also lets you plan journeys, which includes a walking option.

Travel information for each of the conference venues can be found on their websites:

University of Westminster:

Bishopsgate Institute:

London Metropolitan Archives:



Pride Week in London will mean hotels and B&Bs are very busy so book sooner rather than later.

The Pride website has a helpful listing:

Youth Hostels offer inexpensive rooms. King’s Cross is very central

 Some Hotels near London Metropolitan Archives  EC1R 0HB

Holiday Inn King’s Cross / Bloomsbury

Bryson Hotel

Swinton Hotel

Arriva Hotel – Swinton Street

Thistle City Barbican

So Kings Cross

Double Tree by Hilton – Islington

 Some Hotels near Bishopsgate Institute EC2M 4QH


South Place Hotel

Apex – London Wall

196 Bishopsgate

Batty Langleys

 Some Hotels near University of Westminster W1B 2HW

Holiday Inn Regent’s Park  (Comfortable)

Tune Hotel King’s Cross (Good value)

The Penn Club (Budget)

Safestay Holland Park (Hostel)

The Without Borders Facebook page can be used to post requests to stay with people in London (settees, floors, spare rooms and sofa beds!)

Further Information