Situated in the stylish Southbank area of the city, this luxurious Top Secret Hotel is ideally located close to the West End and a number of London’s iconic shopping streets.
Rooms are spacious and provide a great place to relax and unwind after a busy day of exploring all that London has to offer. As well as large comfortable beds, rooms are fitted with a superb television and high-speed Internet access is also provided free of charge. Coffee and tea facilities are also provided, as well as a work desk for those visiting on business. Rooms also include en-suite bathrooms for your convenience and privacy.
This luxury hotel overlooking the River Thames provides guests with a number of services available at the 24-hour reception desk, including airport transfers and currency exchange for those arriving in London from further afield. Laundry and dry cleaning facilities are available for guests to use, and other services include banqueting facilities, free daily newspapers and an efficient postal service. The property has its very own restaurant serving a range of authentic Asian dishes, as well as a comfortable bar area where guests can choose from a selection of beers, wines and spirits. For your leisure the property has an excellent gym area, as well as a DVD library. Guests who are visiting on business are welcome to use the excellent Business Centre, which includes spacious conference and board rooms, state of the art presentation equipment, and photocopying facilities.
Overlooking the River Thames stands the Tate Britain, an iconic British institution housing some of the best British art that dates back to the early 16th century. Since opening in 1897, the Tate has now expanded to contain galleries across the UK, with the Tate Britain and the Tate Modern both being located in London. Housing both historic and contemporary British works, the Tate Britain contains rooms dedicated to individual artists for short periods of time, and has previously had rooms dedicated to the likes of Tracey Emin and John Latham. In the permanent exhibitions visitors can see works from John Constable and William Blake amongst many others, and the museum is free to enter for both adults and children, although special exhibitions may request a small fee. The museum has its own bus stop, and is a short walk away from Vauxhall and Pimlico stations. Art lovers will not want to miss out, and for those who are fans of contemporary art are highly recommended to check out the Tate Modern as well.
We hope you have a wonderful time during your stay in London!