This beautifully designed contemporary four star Secret Hotel, ‘Memorable location and design, incredible prices – 4 star – London’, is well located near to Waterloo and Westminster. This luxurious hotel boasts a whole host of leisure activities for the discerning traveller, including a beauty salon, spa, fitness center, evening entertainment and steam room. The business centre is equally as impressive, with a secretarial service, meeting rooms and executive lounge. Guest Rooms benefit from connecting rooms, kitchenette and living area- ideal for families or groups of friends. Let the attentive staff take care of your every need, whether you need to rent a car or arrange a city tour.
Stroll out your hotel and enjoy the sights and delights of central London. To appreciate your glorious surroundings, take a walk along London’s Southbank and enjoy the views of the London skyline. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants that lines the bank, including Yo Sushi and Mexican street food chain Wahaca’s. For unrivaled views, take a ride on the London Eye. If you want to impress that special someone, go VIP and book a private pod with a glass of champagne.
The IMAX cinema at Waterloo is perfect for a quiet evening to watch one of the latest films in style. With comfy seats and 3D options, this is what going to the movies is all about. Or if you’d prefer to let your hair down, Soho offers a plethora of cocktail bars, speakeasies and traditional pubs with live music most weekends. For nightclubs, Walkabout is a favourite with the younger crowd whilst Punk is a favourite with the likes of Kate Moss and Mark Ronson. For dinner why not delve into Chinatown for some authentic oriental fare. Dim sum and sushi dishes make perfect sharers for groups of friends and couples whilst old favourites such as crispy duck pancakes and sweet and sour chicken are regulars on the menus.
For some local culture, take an audio tour around Westminster Abbey. With it’s impressive gothic architecture, highlights include the Royal Tombs and the Shrine of St. Edward the Confessor. You’ll be able to walk down the aisle where the likes of Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge married as you soak in the history which dates back to 1245. The Tate Modern is also located along the river with iconic works such as Lichenstein’s Whaam! and Picasso’s Weeping Woman. Kids will love the Open Studio workshop where they’ll be able to create artworks using different materials based on the things they’ve seen in the gallery.