Somerset House is a spectacular neo-classical building in the heart of London, sitting between the Strand and the River Thames. During summer months 55 fountains dance in the courtyard, and in winter you can skate on London's favourite ice rink. Somerset House also hosts open-air concerts and films, contemporary art and design exhibitions, family workshops and free guided tours of spaces usually hidden to visitors.
A stay at Claridge’s is an unforgettable experience.It says that on the website and I have to say we can truly say it was unforgettable. We were there for only 2 nights but were still talking and thinking about it. Socialites, royalty and the stars have all graced the doors and the bars and the function rooms and you can easily feel a 100 years of history flared with a contemporary twist.Its expensive but we got a good mid week deal. Right next to Hyde park and so many famous shopping streets.
When comparing hotels and prices online I came across another option for staying in London. The Beaufort House offers accomidations in the form of self catering apartments in the heart of Knightsbridge.
I think the location and the staff makes this place worth it.
The staff are accomidating and their conseirge service is useful for finding theater tickets while the house itself is perfect for relaxing after a big night on the town.
Covent Garden Hotel is situated in the heart of the theatre district and is just a short walk to the Royal Opera House, Soho and within easy reach of the city's business centre. It is surrounded by some of London's best restaurants and bars, vibrant cafes and most exciting theatre, nightlife and shopping.
From its dazzling location at the hub of Covent Garden, West End theatres and Trafalgar Square, St Martins Lane is a dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty and sophisticated, Philippe Starcks design is a brilliant collision of influences - from the modern to the baroque - that suffuses the hotel with energy, vitality and magic. Entered through improbably tall, luminescent yellow-glass revolving doors—the tallest in London—St Martins Lanes lobby is a soaring and...