Enjoy a comfortable and relaxing stay at this fantastic four star Secret Hotel, in an unbeatable location in the West End. Let the attentive staff cater to your every need, with a 24 hour reception, room service and a night porter. Air conditioned Guest Rooms benefit from daily housekeeping as well as all the usual mod-cons one would expect from a luxury hotel like this. Unwind with cable television, the gym and fitness center or enjoy a drink in the lobby bar. At prices this competitive, this is one deal you cannot afford to miss.
With central London at your fingertips, you’ll be spoilt for choice what to select. Discover more about the capitals history of transport in the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden. The collection includes stunning examples of buses, trams and trains from the 19th and 20th centuries as well as vintage marketing memorabilia. The gift shop contains some iconic designs on practical souvenirs such as tube map tea towels and ‘mind the gap’ mugs. The British Museum is also within easy reach, making a great day out for adults and children alike. A huge totem pole greets you in the entrance as you begin exploring the far corners of the earth through world art and artefacts. Whether you want to catch a glimpse of a mummified ancient egyptian or marvel at Aztec jewelry, the collection here is so grand you could easily spend a week here!
The West End is a retail oasis. You’ll find a blend of high street, luxury and boutique shops with plenty of quirky cafes and independent restaurants to refuel in throughout the day. Stanfords in Covent Garden is a travellers paradise, with all the maps, books and travel gadgets you could desire whilst the Apple Market in Covent Garden sells handmade arts and crafts, including jewelry and paintings which make fantastic unique gifts. At the end of a busy day shopping, relax with a glass of wine and authentic italian food at Jamie’s Italian. These freshly made dishes are easy on the wallet and packed with flavour-the perfect combination in relaxed surroundings.
For a romance, head to Dean Street Townhouse for afternoon tea. Relax into the squashy armchairs and tranquil surroundings reminiscent of a French parlour and indulge in delicious finger sandwiches, tasty scones and retro cakes. Round off the day with a date to the theatre. Ghost the musical is one for couples but if you’re travelling with children Roald Dahl’s Matilda is a must.