Enjoy an unforgettable stay in this four star boutique Secret Hotel where you can walk to Oxford Street shopping. Guests return again and again for the first class leisure facilities here, which include a gym, beauty salon, sauna and steam room. Business travellers arn’t forgotten either, with conference rooms, video conferencing and courier services all available amongst others. Staff at this deluxe hotel are welcoming and attentive, offering free internet in the lobby, laundry and concierge services. Guest Rooms also benefit from free internet access, coffee and tea making facilities and interactive tv programmes. In the evening, enjoy a few tipples in the lively onsite bar or some European cuisine in the restaurant.
For those heading to the capital for the fabulous shopping, look no further. Oxford Street has over 300 shops as well as well known department stores such as the famous Selfridges which features top brands such as Valentino and Dries Van Noten. The food department is equally as seductive, perfect from picking up some tasty gifts from Prestat chocolates to Boyajian fine oils. For evening drinks, head to Harry Gordon’s Bar located in the wine shop and enjoy delicious wines alongside chacuterie and cheese boards.
Madame Tussaud’s on nearby Baker Street is a fun day out for families. Pose next to famous faces such as The Queen, Lady Gaga and Kate Winslet for some unforgettable souvenirs. For comic book fans, don’t miss the Marvel Super Heroes 4D Experience featuring all your favourite characters such as the Hulk and Wolverine. For a spot of culture, The Wallace Collection, located in an historic townhouse has an incredible collection of 18th century French paintings, armour and ornate furniture. To discover more about the exquisite pieces, join the daily free Highlight’s Tour or download the gallery’s latest podcasts.
London is a foodie’s haven with hundreds of fantastic British and International restaurants on offer. For some traditional Brit grub, the Golden Hind serves up some of the finest fish and chips with mushy peas to boot. If you’d like something a bit more sophisticated, Wild Honey serves haute cuisine in an easy going atmosphere. Enjoy delicacies such as Dorset Crab and Veal washed down with one of the world wines served in a carafe. For a traditional pint, the Dog and Duck, frequented by George Orwell, serves up an array of ales but it’s the pub’s historic heritage that draws locals and tourists in daily.