Experience luxury when in Heathrow at this superb four star hotel, which is suitably located for travellers due to its proximity to the airport. The rooms are pleasing to the eye and very comfortable. The hotel has a stupendous restaurant, which serves superb food. It also has a relaxing bar so you can take it easy after a long day in London. Furthermore the hotel is great for business due to its excellent meeting rooms. If you want to surf the web or need to check your email then do not worry as the hotel has Wi Fi. The staff are more than happy to help with any requests or assist with any problems. They can also provide you with advice on things to do in London.
If you are travelling with children head to Madame Tussauds where you will get to see waxwork models of the world’s most famous figures, past and present. The Marvel Superheroes models are a recent popular addition. Alternatively, Hamleys is the world’s oldest toy store, where children will truly be in their element. Here they can play with remote control cars and helicopters, and browse through hundreds and hundreds of other toys available for purchase.
If you want to go shopping for clothes and other luxurious items then take a trip to Harrods, the biggest department store in Europe. The huge variety of products to choose from is simply astounding. Harrods sells fashion goods, health and beauty products, homeware items and food and wine.
If you are in need of some good quality entertainment then look no further than the O2 Arena which regularly hosts the best performers in the music industry. The eclectic mix of mainstream artists that have played there is incredible – from Elton John to Deep Purple to Jay-Z, there is bound to be a concert worth attending. The venue also hosts great sporting events such as the tennis ATP World Tour Finals, which are played in September.
If your taste buds are craving a taste sensation then make sure you satisfy them by going to Moti Mahal, a marvellous Indian restaurant situated in Covent Garden. Here traditional and experimental dishes are served. I would also recommend Duke of Wellington which is situated on Baker Street. Here the chefs like to conduct experiments when making puddings. Try peculiar dishes such as beetroot and chocolate brownie with horseradish and mascarpone ice cream.