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The Rugby World Cup kicks off on Friday 18th September, and it’s the first time since 1991 we have seen it come to England. With the first match taking place at Twickenham and many more to come, it’s time for the late-comers to prioritise accommodation.

We’ve seen the prices soar but thankfully we’ve taken a look at a range of hotels in London which offer a quality stay at an affordable price. The hotels are easy to reach from the stadium, offering a relaxing night’s stay after a rugby-filled evening.

Ramada Hotel & Suites London Docklands- from £85 per room, per night (Saving £77).

Offering atmospheric views over the Thames, this four-star waterfront hotel in London Docklands is the perfect place to start your Rugby World Cup weekend. With breakfast and optional dinner included, this urban stopover means you will be celebrating England’s success in style. Not got tickets to the match? It’s just 15 minutes from the official fan zone at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park meaning you can see the England boys on the big screen.

Valid until 20th September 2015. Available for stays throughout the Rugby World Cup – includes breakfast and optional dinner.

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Copthorne Tara Hotel, Hight Street Kensington- from £99 per room, per night (Saving £99) A refined four-star hotel in London’s exclusive Kensington, with a stylish Asian restaurant. The offer includes breakfast meaning you will be ready and raring to support your favourite team before the big match.

Valid until 20th September. Available for stays throughout the Rugby World Cup – includes breakfast and dining discount.

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Park Avenue, Belgravia from £126 per room, per night (Saving £74)



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