Early reports are indicating that hotel rooms are already booked for the 2012 London Olympics. Various hotels have reported pre-booking for the season and sales have already started. Hotels have been booked nationally and by travellers visiting from abroad.
While hotels range in cost, organisers of the 2012 London Olympics have already booked 1,925 rooms at a cost estimated at £10m. The showmanship of the traditional Olympics Games organisers, looks to be found in the best hotel room.
Each suite costing up to £3,000 a night, located at six executive hotels, in the capital’s most exclusive areas Park Lane, including hotels such as the Dorchester, the Hilton and Grosvenor House. The Games organiser, will be given the use of a fleet of 3,145 chauffeur-driven cars.
Although all rooms are unlikely to be completely sold, popular locations will become more expensive as rooms become limited. At present we have hotels starting from £59 per night. Many travellers have opted to stay outside of the busy city center and get cheap hotel accommodation near Ebbsfleet the International railway station.