Secret Hotels customers can treat themselves to unbelievable discounts on an unforgettable city break to London with a stay in this stylish 4* boutique hotel in the city’s Covent Garden and Soho area. Each of this hotel’s spacious and contemporary double en-suite guest rooms boast a flat screen LCD TV with cable channels, complimentary luxury toiletries, free Wi-Fi internet, climate control and an optional turndown service amongst other excellent facilities. Guests of ‘Trendy hotel walking distance from British Museum’ will also benefit from extensive onsite amenities including a 24 hour concierge, city tours service, airport shuttle service, currency exchange, night porter, dry cleaning and a theatre reservations desk.
Centrally located in one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods close to Covent Garden square, this trendy Top Secret Hotel is the ideal choice for those after luxury in the heart of the capital. Covent Garden, famously immortalised in the 1964 musical film adaptation of My Fair Lady, is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions due to its market, vibrant street performers and lively nightlife scene. The Covent Garden area is also home to the Royal Opera House, the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and the London Transport Museum, as well as over 60 pubs and bars sure to satisfy any night-owl.
Just a short walk down Long Acre is Leicester Square, another famous public focal point popular with tourists. Often dubbed as the heart of ‘Theatreland’, the square has a long history of gravitas in the entertainment world and the Odeon Cinema regularly hosts the UK premieres of major Hollywood films. Leicester Square is also home to several high-end exclusive nightclubs making it one of London’s top nightlife destinations.
Situated nearby just off of Great Russell Street is one of London’s most popular institutions, the British Museum. Home to over 8 million works detailing human history and culture, the museum is most famous for its extensive collection of Ancient Egyptian artefacts including several mummies and the iconic Rosetta Stone which dates back to 196 BC. Boasting several other notable exhibits and collections, the British Museum is a must for tourists and is free to visit seven days a week.
Other museums in the area sure to impress art and history enthusiasts are situated on Exhibition Road in South Kensington. This stretch of road is home to many of the city’s most prestigious academic institutions as well as the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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