This deluxe hotel with fantastic bars and restaurants is located nearby to Heathrow Airport and transportation to central London is easily accessible. Make the most of dry cleaning and laundry services, Wi Fi connection, a limousine service, the hotel’s restaurant and private dining for groups. Take it easy in your air conditioned room with cable TV, a computer and your own private bathroom. The hotel is absolutely splendid for business due to its first rate business centre and facilities. The leisure options on offer at the hotel are simply out of this world. There is a golf course, a health club, an indoor pool, a jacuzzi and if you fancy getting competitive there is a tennis court. The hotel is child friendly and provides an array of children’s programmes to keep them entertained. Accessible rooms are also available.
There’s so much to see in London, it’s impossible to run out of things to do. Your first point of call should be the London Eye, one of the world’s finest observation wheels. It is one of the most iconic landmarks of London’s skyline and from it you can view numerous landmarks across the city.
Culture vultures would be foolish not to check out the Tate Modern, an incredible national gallery that showcases contemporary and modern art from some of the world’s finest and most controversial artists – past and present – such as Damien Hirst and Claude Monet.
If you are travelling with children then take them to Madame Tussauds where they will get to meet waxwork models of athletes, musicians, Marvel superheroes, politicians and historical figures. From Spider-Man to Einstein, there really is a diverse collection here. There will be a model for everyone to enjoy.
For food head over to Baker Street and seek out the Dinings restaurant. You will probably have to book a table in advance due to its popularity. I would recommend indulging in the sumptuous lunchtime sushi selection. The mouth watering tastes of the menu will leave you wanting more and the staff will bend over backwards to make sure your meal is nothing less than excellent.
Another venue to go to on Baker Street is the Duke of Wellington, both a restaurant and a pub. The chefs like to experiment with their deserts so if you’re feeling adventurous try the quirky beetroot and chocolate brownie with horseradish and mascarpone ice cream.