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London Hotels and Apartments
Hotels and Apartments
Choosing your accommodation in London is easy once you work out what area you’d like to be. From lavish 5-star hotels to cozy B&B and from all-inclusive hotels to gorgeous self-catering serviced apartments, the city has covered it all to meet every specific taste and budget. The sights in the city are dotted across various districts so wherever you’ll choose to stay you need to use the public transport for getting around and visiting all the attractions. Apart from plenty of luxury and boutique hotels that the city is popular for, there are many gorgeous serviced apartments in London which are equipped with some modern comforts and offer that freedom and extra space that you from any holiday. Those who are travelling with family or with a group of friends will find these types of self-catering London apartments more suitable.
The city is bursting with art, culture, education, commerce and entertainment and boasts a diverse range of people and cultures. The metropolitan city is home to four heritage sites including the Tower of London and Kew Gardens while the other landmarks include Buckingham Palace, The London Eye, Tower Bridge and The Shard, among others. During your London city break, you’ll enjoy best of everything from history, culture, fine food and lovely ambiance. The historical to modern architectural grandeurs are superb while the leafy suburbs and Thames River offer that escape from the fast city life. Whether its theatrical innovation, contemporary art, music or art, London penetrates them all intrinsically.
Where to stay
There are countless best neighbourhoods in the capital and it is easy to find that great accommodation in London in all the areas. The Westend, which comprises, Covent Garden, Soho, Oxford Street, Mayfair are all in the central districts, where most of the attractions are located. You’ll find the best of 4 to 5 star hotels in London in these areas along with midrange bargains. If you can splash some money and choose your accommodation in these expensive areas it would be easier to get around the city as these neighbourhoods boasts extensive public transportation. Those looking for inexpensive guesthouses or cheap hotels in London with excellent transportation links can book their accomodation in Kings Cross and Fitzrovia districts. Whether you’re visiting the city for a short or long trip or only on day trip, with small or big budget, the numerous choice of accommodation in London, will surely suit you.
The capital city is full of iconic landmarks, marvelous architecture, lush gardens museums and galleries, which are must-see in a London sightseeing trip. Visit the historic Tower of London, which is Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, or London Eye to get the best views of the city skyline, or you can plan a Buckingham Palace tour to see the official residence of the queen. Those who are interested in art and culture can visit the British Museum that exhibits huge art collection from around the world. Other museums include Deign Museum, Imperial Art Museum and Natural History Museum which showcases historical objects and exhibitions. The city also boasts many renowned galleries including Tate Modern, the National Gallery and the Saatchi Gallery. You must visit the iconic St Paul’s Cathedral to discover the fascinating interior and explore the building or step in the Westminster Abbey which is a 700 year old building and a living pageant of British history. Overall, London has scores of amazing attractions that you can’t afford to miss during your holiday. If you’re visiting the town for sightseeing make sure to book your London hotel in the city centre or near the tube station to save the travel time
The nightlife in the capital is upscale, lively and vibrant as it is filled with plenty of possibilities. Whether you fancy a chic cocktail bar, laidback bars, to uber hip nightclubs, you will be floored with the choice of venues to enjoy your night out. Soak up the nightlife of London, enjoying the panoramic views of the River Thames, or dance to the beats of funk classis, go for the gastro dining and luxurious cocktail that promises all the fun, food and a selection of exotic drinks. Radio rooftop Bar, sketch, Kensington Roof Garden, Trailer Happiness, The Book Club, Union Chapel and more are some of the popular night entertainment venues that excels in offering an intimate ambiance, great music, delicious food, and of course best of drinks that you can imagine. Most of the luxurious hotels in London feature in-house bars and clubs that open till dawn for the entertainment of the guests.
Where to eat
London’s food scene is fantastic and you must feast on some of the best modern British delights on your visit to the city. Being one of the most exciting and diverse restaurant capitals in the world, you will find some of the best places to eat and drink from the classics to the latest game-changers in a lively atmosphere. Plenty of amazing and world-class restaurants have popped up in the city that has changed the culinary scene of the capital. From Mexican tacos to Middle Eastern mezze, you can sample diverse dishes and cuisine in Michelin-starred restaurants to local eateries, dotted across the city. 108 Garage with upscale and relaxed vibe, 40 Maltby Street, serving natural wines and delicious delicacies, Aulis, offering around 15 courses are some of the popular restaurants in the town, known for their good food and ambiance. If you stay in all-inclusive London hotels, you can sample some great food, served in buffet style.
London boasts an extensive shopping areas and streets, featuring a distinct charm and character with their own themes or specialties. A dream city for shopaholics, London has covered it all from luxury goods to quirky finds and from big shopping malls to London department stores. During your holiday in the city, you can spend some awesome time or an entire browsing the endless shops and independent stores in neighbourhoods like Covent Garden and Mayfair, among others. Some of the most renowned shopping streets in the town include Oxford Street, which is home to the legendry Selfridges and Debenhams, Regent Street and Jermyn Street, boasting stores like Hamleys, Liberty and The Apple Store, Bond Street, which offers best of both world from designer clothing stores and luxury window shopping opportunities. Westfield area is home to popular High Street favourites including House of Fraser, Next, Marks and Spencer along with one of the largest Malls in Europe, Westfield Stratford City.