If you’re looking for first class service and a range of onsite amenities then look no further than this classic boutique hotel near Marble Arch in the heart of one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Guest rooms are tastefully decorated with flat screen cable television, duvets and climate control. A turndown service and daily housekeeping are also available, and should you require anything else during your stay, the 24 hour reception will be on hand to help. This luxury hotel is ideal for anyone working away, with conference rooms and courier services onsite. There’s also a gym to help unwind after a busy day, and for the ultimate pampering why not treat yourself to a massage.
If you’re visiting London for the first time, it can be a bit overwhelming seeing how much there is to see and do. Buckingham Palace however is definitely an attraction not to be missed. The Palace has been the official Royal residence since 1837, and although very much a working building, tours are available throughout the year. The Queen’s Gallery is also located here, showcasing several exhibitions throughout the year. If you’re an art lover, the gorgeous venue is an added bonus. Hyde Park, in which the Palace is situated in, makes for a relaxing afternoon, where you can wander the gardens, have a picnic or even go horse riding.
Basing yourself near Marble Arch puts you in prime position for shopping in the capital. Oxford Street has a plethora of big brands and department stores, where you’ll find all the latest fashions and gadgets. Lose yourself in the flagship Topshop store or join the crowds in Primark to pick up the latest bargains. For luxury brands, head to Selfridges department store. You’ll find all the usual names here alongside boutique concessions such as Beautiful Blooms, selling French and English roses and Cycle Surgery which specialises in all things bike related. The store also has a fine selection of restaurants, including Arabica Food and Spice, serving up mezzes and other Lebanese delicacies.
For a special occasion, Paramount occupies the top three floors of London’s Centre Point building. Enjoy a three course meal overlooking the centre of London or simply kick off an evening on the town with a few cocktails. Afternoon tea is also served during the day, to help you get into the British tradition and make the most of the views in daylight.