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The affluent area of Bloomsbury is near to some of London’s top attractions, including the British Museum and the West End, making it an ideal option for those after a base to explore the English capital. This modern hotel, in the heart of Bloomsbury, benefits from light and airy guest rooms with contemporary décor, kept to a high standard by daily housekeeping. The onsite business center is equipped with meeting rooms, whilst those seeking leisure can select from tennis, golf, the health club with Jacuzzi and even a barbeque should weather permit.
The British Museum is one of London’s most popular cultural attractions. Housed within it’s iconic Greek revival façade, are a staggering 8 million objects, including Ancient Greek pottery, Chinese ceramics and Aztec jewelry. For anyone interested in human history and culture, it really is a must. Just down the road, you’ll also find the Brunswick shopping centre, where you’ll find high street stores such as New Look, Office and River Island. It’s also a good place to go for a spot of lunch, with popular chains like GBK, Nandos and Strada.
London’s west end has an unrivalled exciting buzz, and is best enjoyed after dark. With so many critically acclaimed musicals and plays to choose from, it can be tricky knowing which one to see. For comedy, One Man, Two Guvnors is highly recommended, whilst Greese makes a great option for a girls night out. The Royal Opera house is located in Covent Garden, with a busy calendar of events including ballet and opera performances- a great alternative for those after something more cultural in the evening. Covent Garden is also a great day time option, with lively street performers showing off magic tricks and acrobats and a good selection of shops. For dinner, head to Rules, London’s oldest restaurant serving traditional British fare.
If you’re visiting the city for a romantic break, there are a variety of activities available. Head to the viewing platform at the Shard for unrivalled views of the city skyline, then take a walk along London’s southbank. For a special occasion, a Thames river cruise is a unique experience with live music and a choice of a sit down dinner or champagne and canapés, as you watch the world go by. For a spot of pampering, London has an array of luxury spas, and nothing says I love you quite like a couples massage!