For a contemporary deluxe hotel a stone’s throw from the UKs largest airport then do not miss out on this amazing London Heathrow Airport (LHR) – West area hotel deal. The hotel provides a whole host of facilities and services to make your stay as convenient and enjoyable as possible, with a state of the art fitness centre for those looking to keep up with their fitness regime during your stay. You can also dine in the hotel’s in house restaurant serving fresh and delicious hot and cold meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. This hotel is ideal for those who need to be in close proximity to the airport for travel purposes however with quick and easy rail links into the city this Hot Rate Hotel is an amazing deal for those want to see the sights of England’s vibrant capital city.
Regular trains run from Heathrow airport into London Paddington rail station, one of the city’s largest and most central rail stations, with many of London’s main underground and bus lines taking you to anywhere you could want to go in the city quickly and conveniently. London is the country’s capital of arts and culture with countless museum’s, art galleries, theatres and historical monuments. Visit the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery in London’s legendary Trafalgar Square to see one of the country’s largest collection of significant paintings and sculptures ranging from the mid-thirteenth century to the 1900s, featuring world renowned works such as da Vinci’s Virgin on the Rocks, Claude Monet’s The Water Lily Pond and Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. Head next door to the National Portrait Gallery to see beautiful portraits of important British figures with stunning paintings, stone carved busts, drawings and photographs.
Central London is also a shopper’s paradise with a plethora of amazing shopping options to suit every taste and budget. London’s Oxford Street is the city’s largest and longest shopping street stretching over one and a half miles with some 300 different shops ranging from men and women’s fashions and accessories, cosmetics, sports wear, home furnishings and children’s toys. Oxford Street is also home to Britain’s largest and best department stores including John Lewis, Debenhams and the world famous Selfridges. London is also renowned for its amazing variety of dining experiences and all equally as mouth-watering delicious. For a taste of British-Indian cuisine visit Dishoom, a stylish Bombay Brasserie in Central London serving delightful breakfasts such as sausage naan breads with chilli jam and dinners of tasty curries and tandoori grills.