Cheerio, cheap flights.
If your New Year’s resolution is to travel more, we’ve got great news for you: we’ve spotted cheap flights to London starting at just $294 round-trip (which is much cheaper than a gym membership) from these cities:
- San Francisco (SFO) – $299
- Seattle (SEA) – $299
- Tampa (TPA) – $294
- Boston (BOS) – $369
- Denver (DEN) – $308
- Minneapolis (MSP) – $345
- Newark (EWR) – $370
- Toronto (YYZ) – $336
- Vancouver (YVR) – $456
- Washington (IAD) – $376
We can’t remember the last time we saw flights at this price, so to take advantage of this deal you’ll have to jump on it now. Within 24 hours, most of these flights will be gone.
You’ll find the cheapest prices between January 20th and January 30th which is a great time to visit London. Temperatures reach around 50 degrees, so you can cozy up by roaring fires in the local pubs and beat the tourist crowds at the most popular destinations.
INSIDER TIPFor more ideas on what to do, check out our London guide.
Where to Stay
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Treat Yourself at The Langham
Now that you’ve saved so much on your flight, one option is to splurge. For that, we recommend one of London’s oldest and grandest hotels: The Langham. This gorgeous, glitzy hotel has a reputation for service, bathrooms decked in marble, and a bar — the Artesian at the Langham — whose experimental cocktails and beautiful clientele have earned it the title of best bar in the world four times in a row.
Extend Your Stay at citizenM London Bankside
Low flight prices are also a good excuse to max out your PTO if the hotel rates are right. For a budget stay, your best bet is the citizenM London Bankside. This luxury mid-range hotel features pod-like rooms (with free mini bars), quirky public spaces, and an artsy super millennial crowd perfect for meeting other like-minded travelers. Plus, it’s located in trendy South Bank on the Thames and close to the Tate modern and the Borough Market.
Get A Little Harry Potter at the Mandrake Hotel
While you’re visiting the land of Hogwarts, consider getting quirky with your accommodations. The Mandrake is a luxuriously eccentric West End hotel accessed from a hidden portal entrance. The rooms are sumptuously appointed–think eccentric pure blood on a muggle vacation–with upholstered ceilings, claw-foot tubs and an eclectic mix of antiques and whimsical art pieces. It’s particularly perfect for those who majored in potions. The mini bar is filled with medicinal elixirs, and the bar serves up botanical potions with ingredients like palo santo or skull cap for a healing dose of intoxication.
How to Book
If you’re ready to bring in the new year in London, you can find these cheap flights by heading to Dollar Flight Club to sign in and learn more.