Guest Rooms at this deluxe Secret Hotel, ‘Amazing hotel fantastic offer Trafalgar Square – 4 star – London’, benefit from connecting rooms, high speed internet access and cable television. They are also fully equipped with necessities such as an iron and ironing board, hairdryer and make-up mirror to ensure you have everything you need to enjoy your home away from home. This four star hotel is an excellent choice should you be travelling on business as it offers a wealth of facilities such as conference rooms, secretarial services and audio/visual equipment. The bar and restaurant onsite are ideal for both pre dinner drinks and tasty food.
Staying in such close proximity to Trafalgar Square will give you quick access to many of central London’s main attractions. Situated in the square is the iconic Nelson’s Column monument and of course the National Gallery. You’ll be able to see some of the world’s finest art for free here, including works by the masters such as Da Vinci and Van Gogh. If you’d like to know more about the collection, then a tour is highly recommended. Every Friday evening, musicians from the Royal College of Music perform at the Gallery, a great date idea for classical music lovers.
Leicester Square, home of the film premieres, is also close by and a must-see for tourists. This part of bustling London is full of great nightlife in the form of nightclubs, traditional pubs, cocktail bars and theatres. They’ll be plenty of opportunity to snap up tickets to one of the famous West End productions such as War Horse or Mamma Mia, and not to mention a plethora of both low and high budget restaurants. For cheap and cheerful meals, head to Chinatown and bag yourself some scrummy noodle soups, dim sum and crispy duck or for a special dinner try world famous restaurant Hakkasan. This Michelin star Cantonese restaurant serves up oriental food with a twist. Try the silver cod roasted in champagne or the jasmine tea pork ribs.
For shopping, there’s several great areas of the capital that keen shopaholics should explore. Covent Garden has a good mix of independent and well known brands where you can pick up anything from homemade jewelry and art work in it’s market to the latest fashions in Urban Outfitters and French Connection. Oxford Street of course has the best selection of shops with a humongous Topshop, Primark and Nike Town amongst hundreds of others. If you’re travelling with children, be sure to check out Hamley’s, on Regent Street, the worlds largest toy store!