This contemporary style four star hotel lies within the central district of Bloomsbury with King’s Cross and Euston tube station on its doorstep. This upmarket, residential area of London will ensure your stay in tranquil and peaceful, whilst still being close enough to the action.
This Secret Hotel prides itself on its personal service. Staff are on hand to help with theatre reservations, airport transfers, laundry, limousine and car bookings as well as VIP services. Other leisure facilities include massage, free internet in the lobby and a gym. Business guests will also be pleased to hear that this establishment offers a range of services and facilities to ensure your trip is as stress free as possible. Guests can make full use of the audio/visual equipment, banqueting centre, conference and meeting rooms.
This deluxe hotel is sure to adhere to all your comforts and requirements. Rooms are equipped with cable flat screen television, free internet access, tea and coffee making facilities and complimentary toiletries.
Our top picks close to this hotel
Madame Tussaud’s wax museum is bursting with famous faces through the ages, from sports stars to royals and infamous criminals. You’ll be amazed at the uncanny resemblance between the figures and real people. Pose withyour favourite stars and trick your friends that you actually met them in person! They’ll never know!
Nothing says date night like seeing a show. Head to the critically acclaimed musical We Will Rock You, on Tottenham Court Road, for a night of fun and laughter all to the soundtrack of Queen.
Originally a hospital for abandoned children set up in 1739, the Foundling Museum stands today to tell the stories of these children as well as a venue for afternoon concerts. Using original artifacts, photos and audio/visual facilities, the museum brings alive the stories of these otherwise forgotten children.
A family business since 1830, James Smith and Sons, is a Victorian shop specialising in umbrellas, canes and walking sticks of the finest quality. Travel back to a time where bespoke was the norm, and service was delivered with passion and knowledge.
For eating out
At the top of London’s iconic Centre Point building is Paramount restaurant. Boasting spectacular views over London’s skyline, paired with fabulous food and cocktails, this is the perfect place to unwind and marvel at the fantastic city below.
The site of Cittie of York has been a pub since the 15th century, although the current building was rebuilt in 1924. This traditional pub is a good place to mingle with the locals over an ale and some pork scratchings, and although won’t be a particularly wild night, there are three bar areas to choose from.