This four star contemporary riverside hotel opposite o2 boasts first class services and facilities that are sure to make your stay truly memorable. The onsite restaurant serves up modern British cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner whilst the leisure amenities on offer see guests returning again and again. Enjoy spa treatments and massage or unwind at the gym and sauna. Business facilities include conference rooms, secretarial and fax services and with the hotel just a stone’s throw from business district Canary Wharf, this deluxe hotel makes a perfect place to stay whilst working away. En-suite Guest Rooms are air conditioned with coffee and tea making facilities as well as a high speed internet connection.
This luxurious hotel really is a must for those planning on visiting the O2. This modern arena, formally the Millennium Dome, is host to the best comedians, musicians and performers from around the globe so checking the box office regularly is essential to catch your favourites before tickets run out. It’s also home to the biggest 3D cinema screen in Europe with the giant auditorium seating up to 770 people. Whether you’re here to watch the latest blockbuster or a rock band, an evening at the O2 is an experience not to be missed. There is also a host of bars and restaurants from sushi to fillet steak and traditional ales to cocktails.
All of London’s major attractions are easily reached from the well connected overground and underground stations but for some culture nearby, be sure to check out the Dockland’s Museum and the National Maritime Museum. The latter stands in a gorgeous historic building in nearby Greenwich and includes an impressive planetarium to transport you through space and a whole wealth of children’s activities including a ship simulator. The iconic Cutty Sark is also based here and newly reopened to the public. Climb aboard this impressive ship and imagine you too were sailing the seven seas with precious cargo in the hold.
Opposite the Royal Observatory is Pavilion Tea House and makes a great lunch choice, set within lush greenery and white picket fencing. Enjoy gourmet sandwiches, homemade pizzas and a selection of fairtrade teas and coffees. If the weather is good, you may prefer to opt for alfresco dining in the beautiful grounds of Greenwich Park. Perfect for a romantic day out, this open space provides beautiful views of the Thames and London skyline, particularly St.Paul’s Cathedral. There’s also a busy events calender throughout the year, from horticulture workshops to music events so be sure to keep an eye out.