Experience British elegance & grandeur with deluxe facilities when you book this incredible secret hotel. This deluxe Secret Hotel is situated just a stones throw away from Oxford Street and Regent’s Park and boasts some of the largest guestrooms in London, furnished to a high standard and decorated with a soothing colour palette of warm gold, cream and beige. Unwind in the luxurious leisure facilities onsite, which include a spa, fitness center and sauna or why not indulge from the sumptuous menu served up in the stunning onsite restaurant. The bar specialises in champagne cocktails, and should you need any help organizing your itinerary during your stay, the welcoming staff will be more than happy to help.
Basing yourself in the center of London allows you to explore with ease. With Oxford Street so close by, it would be rude not to give in to a spot of retail therapy. You’ll find all major high street shops, such as Zara, H&M and Topshop and if you fancy some luxury brands, pop into Fortnum & Mason in nearby Piccadilly. When the weather is good, Regent’s Park makes a fabulous day out, whether you’re taking a picnic with a loved one or feeding the ducks with the children. London Zoo, the world’s oldest scientific zoo dating back to 1828, is also set within the grounds. Marvel at the incredible range of animals or go VIP and meet the penguins and giraffes where you can feed and stroke them.
Central London is home to hundreds of worthy restaurants and bars, you’ll be spoilt for choice where to go! For some novelty cocktails, head to the London Ice Bar, the UK’s only permanent bar made out of ice! Nearby Soho is a haven for oriental food lovers, with Chinatown offering up authentic noodle and rice dishes and no shortage of sushi bars either. Ping Pong has a fun ambiance and serves up delicious dim sum- perfect for sharing with friends or a loved one. Soho is also home to some of London’s best nightlife, with no shortage of quaint historic pubs, boho bars and a vibrant gay scene.
For a spot of culture, head to Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the British monarch. Book a tour around The State Rooms or marvel at it’s grandeur from the outside but don’t forget to watch the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony. The Sherlock Holmes museum is also situated close by, full of memorabilia from the novels and a fine example of Victorian architecture.