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London offers a wealth of art and culture, trendy shops and global dining opportunities on both sides of the River Thames. Its thriving entertainment scene ranges from theatres and concerts to clubs and comedy venues. When the excitement gets too much, London's parks are ideal for relaxation.

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London's West End takes in Oxford Street and Regent Street, with their busy shops and department stores, and the entertainment hubs of Leicester Square and Shaftesbury Avenue.

Also in the West End are buzzing Soho, with its gay pubs and funky cafés, and majestic Trafalgar Square, graced by Nelson's Column and twin fountains. From here, you can walk down Whitehall to Westminster, the political heart of the country.

Across the Thames are South Bank and Bankside, the location of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. Moving eastwards from Trafalgar Square gets you to The City, where gleaming skyscrapers rub shoulders with historic buildings. To the north of the West End are literary Bloomsbury and leafy Regent's Park.

Top attractions in London

The National Gallery collection spans from the Middle Ages to the early 1900s. If you prefer contemporary art, Tate Modern, a former industrial complex across the Thames, houses rotating exhibitions.

Further down the Thames at Tower Bridge you can enjoy great city views from a glass-floored walkway high above the river. Nearby, the Tower of London gives an insight into British royal history.

If you'd rather be outdoors, Covent Garden has street entertainers and a lively covered market. The Changing of the Guard takes place at 11:30am outside Buckingham Palace, or you can head to St. James's Park to see the pelicans being fed.

The concierge recommends…

  • Visiting the British Museum – not only for its world-class collection, but also for the Great Court, an airy indoor piazza designed by Sir Norman Foster.
  • Catching a riverboat service to Royal Observatory, Greenwich, where you can straddle the Prime Meridian – that is, the imaginary line dividing east from west.
  • Taking a spin on the London Eye, a large Ferris wheel on South Bank, for views over London.
  • Browsing the latest fashions at Camden Market. If your interests run towards food, Borough Market is not to be missed, while Portobello Road Market is your destination for antiques, vintage clothing and bric-a-brac.

Hotels in London

London has a wealth of accommodation options, from boutique hotels in leafy neighbourhoods to large establishments in more urban areas. An efficient transport network means you don't have to stay in the West End to enjoy all the city has to offer.

Thanks to its proximity to The City, East London appeals to business travellers. From here, it is easy to reach Shoreditch, where there are many sleek bars and ethnic restaurants in which to relax after closing a deal.

With attractions such as the Natural History Museum and Science Museum, plus the open spaces and activities at Kensington Gardens and adjacent Hyde Park, Kensington is a magnet for families. It's a short bus or Tube ride from here to Knightsbridge, home of the famous Harrods department store, or to King's Road with its stylish boutiques.

Eating Out in London

Visitors to London can try local British specialities – such as jellied eels or pie and mash – or take a gastronomic trip around the world, whether it's burritos from a street-food stall or sushi at a fine-dining restaurant.

Once the go-to area for Indian food, Brick Lane still has plenty of curry houses. It has now opened up to other ethnic restaurants and gourmet burger joints. Nearby Spitalfields Market has lively cafés and eateries to suit all tastes and budgets, as does Soho.

Both The City and Mayfair offer sophisticated dining options, including several restaurants run by celebrity chefs. Mayfair also has many charming venues in which to enjoy a traditional afternoon tea.


In addition to stalls selling charcuterie, cheeses and baked goods, bustling Borough Market also has sit-down establishments offering global bites such as tapas, stir-fries and oysters.

No trip to London would be complete without a visit to a pub, where you can sample real ale – and a real slice of British life.

The chef recommends...

  • Pie and mash: Typical of London's East End, this dish consists of beef mince encased in pastry and served with mashed potatoes and a green parsley sauce known as liquor.
  • Jellied eels: Another East End speciality, these are chunks of freshwater eel boiled in a fish, vinegar and herb stock. When left to cool after cooking, the eels naturally develop an outer jelly layer.
  • Sunday roast: This meal traditionally features a few thin slices of roast beef, served with roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, gravy and a horseradish sauce.



Shopping in London

At the cutting edge of fashion, music and the arts, London is a retail paradise. You can find anything your heart desires in its charming independent shops, glitzy flagship stores of international chains and well-stocked department stores. London's antiques markets are treasure troves of one-off pieces.

Bond Street, Sloane Street and Knightsbridge have a high concentration of luxury French and Italian boutiques. More exclusive products – from watches and cashmere to lingerie and upscale toiletries – are for sale in Mayfair's elegant Burlington Arcade.

Oxford Street, Covent Garden, Shoreditch and King's Road are good bets for casual and affordable clothing.

Charing Cross Road is great for books, with both second-hand shops and Foyles' flagship store, while Soho has a number of independent record stores.

Music lovers can also head to Shoreditch, where Rough Trade East often organises record launches and intimate in-store performances. While in Shoreditch, you can also browse for vintage fashions.

Best indoor shopping

  • Decorated with chandeliers and gilding, the food hall at Fortnum & Mason is worth a visit even if you're not in the market for its premium range of preserves, chocolates and cheeses. Harrods has a similarly breathtaking food hall, with a tiled ceiling and Art Deco details.
  • With its contemporary decor, Harvey Nichols is a reliable destination for the latest fashions by world-renowned designers such as Michael Kors, Maison Margiela and Paul Smith.
  • Westfield Stratford City in East London has more than 300 stores covering all price points, plus restaurants, cinema screens and bowling lanes.

Culture & Nightlife in London

London is abuzz with cultural activities, and there is something for everyone happening every night of the week, whether it's a play or a gig by a touring rock band.

Stage productions in London's West End span from musicals to drama. Fans of the Bard will not want to miss a performance at Shakespeare's Globe on Bankside. Just up the road is the National Theatre. The adjacent Southbank Centre is a cultural complex where you can enjoy world-class concerts.

Boasting a vast dance floor, Ministry of Sound has put Elephant & Castle firmly on the map, and venues like Corsica Studios have helped cement the area's reputation as a clubbing haven.

The choices in Soho include karaoke bars, burlesque clubs, dimly lit cocktail lounges and the live jazz temple that is Ronnie Scott's. At the end of the night, Bar Italia provides the perfect pit stop before heading back to the hotel.

Best live music venues in London

  • Camden Town is a hub for indie and rock music, with venues like The Roundhouse, with its industrial Victorian architecture, and KOKO, housed in a former variety theatre and featuring a gigantic mirror ball.
  • As well as hosting gigs by national and international acts, Kensington's Royal Albert Hall is the main home of the Proms, a series of classical concerts that takes place every summer.
  • High-profile bands tend to play at The O2 arena in Greenwich. Located in the distinctive Millennium Dome, this venue can hold as many as 20,000 people.

Visiting London with a Family

There is no shortage of family-friendly activities in London, and many of them – museums, parks and city farms – are free of charge. Dining out isn't a problem, since many restaurants provide children's menus, and some positively welcome pint-sized patrons.

The Science Museum and Natural History Museum in South Kensington provide hands-on displays and child-orientated workshops. Both museums run a “spend the night” scheme, which allows participants to get up close and personal with the exhibits and enjoy special activities.

South of the Thames, animal-loving kids will enjoy a visit to Vauxhall City Farm, which is home to goats, pigs and other farmyard animals. Riding lessons are available, too. Battersea Park Children's Zoo has small mammals like lemurs, meerkats and chipmunks, plus an interactive play area.

Best family-friendly restaurants in London

  • The Rainforest Cafe recreates the Amazonian jungle with lush greenery, animatronic creatures and special effects such as periodic thunderstorms.
  • At Tom's Kitchen Canary Wharf, kids eat for free at weekends between 10am and 4pm. An activity room and supervised crafts sessions ensure that parents get to relax as well.
  • Bringing together food and bowling, All Star Lanes supplies bumpers and extra-light bowling balls for a child-friendly experience.

    Latest London Hotel Reviews

    Average Rating for London Hotel
    (4.3 / 5) of 39684 reviews
    Great experience
    By Laula358uk
    We had a perfect stay in this hotel. Every one was really kind and helpfull to us. A spécial thanks to Miss Murray who made the best for us to enjoy our stay. We ll come back without hesitation and [More] tell our friends to book in this hotel. Very good location (near St Pancras and tube!) [Less]
    Short break in London made memorable
    By bobmbe
    Main reason for visiting London was a trip to the opera at Covent Garden - we arrived in London at 5 pm, so efficient check-in was a priority. Not a problem, as it was carried out swiftly and [More] efficiently. Not only that, but when we were ready to leave, a taxi was summoned and arrived within a couple of minutes. The rest of the two night stay was just as enjoyable - nothing was too much trouble for the friendly staff - we ate in the bar on our return from the opera, owing to our limited time beforehand - lovely food, well-presented. All in all, the hotel experience really helped to make our trip a memorable one. Thanks! [Less]
    Good quality and price for central London
    By GarethW
    A good quality, well maintained hotel with very helpful and cheerful staff [Less]
    Excellent Service
    By Frosty1968
    Excellent standard of service as usual. Very clean and welcoming from the reception staff. [Less]
    BEXLEY HOLIDAY INN - A GOOD HOTEL
    By KAREN AND ROB
    A GOOD HOTEL IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION. NICE TO SEE SAME STAFF OVER MANY YEARS OF VISITS. CONTINUITY OF FAMILIAR FACES IS A POSITIVE. WELL DONE IN BRING CLIENTS INTO EVENING DINING BY INTRODUCTION [More] EVENING BUFFETS. THE ENGLISH BUFFET WAS EXCELLENT QUALITY AND VALUE FOR MONEY BREAKFAST IS ALWAYS AN EXCELLENT EXPERIENCE BY QUALITY, SELECTION OF FOOD, AND THE EXCELLENT WAITING STAFF OF BARBARA AND ANITA. ALWAYS PROFESSIONAL,FRIENDLY AND EFFICIENT. WELL DONE [Less]
    Inconsistent
    By ffiona36
    I stay at this hotel frequently and on the whole the staff are friendly. The restaurant and bar staff are excellent. Reception is inconsistent. Sometimes you get a warm welcome and other times you [More] are simply processed. The supervisor is lovely every time though. Ihg means very little here. Never get offered an upgrade and oftentimes they don't acknowledge you are a member. Still comfortable and clean hotel, fitness room is good and I like the location. [Less]
    Great stay
    By Kathryn83
    Ideal location. Clean, modern hotel with friendly staff.. Would recommend [Less]
    Mixed experience
    By Sheppards
    This was our third or fourth stay at this hotel. In the past we have always found it great value for money , the service has been first rate and we have had a very comfortable stay having slept [More] well. On our first night of our most recent stay we were given a newly built/ refurbished room, it was lovely. Very spacious with a more than pleasing bathroom . Just right in fact. Until we went to bed! The bed was way too hard and neither my husband or myself got any sleep, we cat napped all night and were exhausted the next day. My husband spoke to the duty manager , who we have always found very helpful , to ask if all of the beds were the same in the hotel. The hard beds had't been our previous experiences. The manager replied that he thought they were but wold talk to the housekeeper. It turned out there is a rolling programme of mattress replacement and this was a new mattress. The manager offered us a change of room which we gratefully accepted. The new room was not as modern and the bathroom wasn't as pleasing , but the bed was much much more comfortable which was the most important thing! We enjoyed the rest of our stay. I am very worried about our next stay which won't be too far in the future as we may once again be given a 'new replacement ' mattress. [Less]
    Very good location, just a hop to Colliers wood station
    By Mariya27
    So convenient, staff very friendly and helpful, good to have a good breakfast, got a good deal this time [Less]

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