This contemporary five star Secret Hotel, ‘Overlooking Leicester Square With Unique Service – 5 Star – London’ benefits from incredible views of London and a first class service delivered by the attentive staff, including concierge, banqueting facilities and room service. There is also 24 hour security and a night porter. Services and facilities can be tailored to your needs, with a range of daytime and evening entertainment on offer as well as a gym and spa where you can relax after a busy day of sightseeing. If you are travelling on business, rest assured that this hotel is equipped to a high standard with business facilities such as conference rooms, audio/visual equipment and high speed internet. Guest Rooms are furnished to a high standard with all the usual trimmings such as cable television, daily housekeeping and complimentary toiletries. Enjoy a magical stay at this gorgeous hotel for just a fraction of the price.
The National Portrait Gallery, founded in 1856, holds an impressive collection of famous faces, from royalty to rock stars, ranging from the 14th to the 20th century. The only surviving portrait of William Shakespeare is held here as well as works by Van Dyck and fifty portraits of the Queen. This stunning gallery provides a cultural day out into the whos who of important British figures.
Kids and adults alike will love the ODEON cinema in Leicester Square. Grab some popcorn and hot dogs and watch one of the latest films in the heart of London. If you’re lucky you might even be visiting during one of the movie premieres which often take place at this cinema. Join the crowds by the red carpet and get a glimpse or an autograph of your favourite star.
All visitors to London must experience the delights of Soho by night at least once. This iconic area of London has something for everyone. Old Compton Street is the most prominent gay area with a range of great bars and clubs to choose from. G-A-Y is known for hosting current chart toppers whilst Heaven is more for cheesy ballads. Chinatown is also an exciting area to explore, with vibrant colours and everything oriental including the telephone boxes, you’ll feel far away from London. Be sure to pick up some bargain food here, from dim sum to crispy duck pancakes-Chinatown serves all your favourites and more.
If you’re visiting during winter, the ice rink at Somerset House makes an unforgettable romantic day out. Dress up warm and skate around the ornate Christmas Tree and beautiful surroundings of this historic building. Afterwards, take a romantic stroll along Embankment and take in London’s fabulous skyline. There’ll be plenty of riverside bars and restaurants to tempt you inside for a hot chocolate or warming roast dinner.