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Welcome to Visit London’s Official Travel Trade Guide 2011. With itineraries
and listings on everything from hotels and restaurants to tour companies,
it’s full of handy information to help you plan any kind of trip to London
What’s New? 4
London Itineraries 6
How Visit London can help 8
Useful Information & Accessibility 11
What’s On 2011 12
LISTINGS
ACCOMMODATION 15
Hotels 15
B&Bs & guest accommodation 37
Apartments & self-catering 40
Campus & hostels 42
Accommodation agencies 47
Caravans & campsites 47
ATTRACTIONS & SIGHTSEEING 49
Historic house management 49
Attractions 50
Attractions – tours 59
Sporting attractions – tours 59
Attractions outside London 60
Attraction entry passes 60
Discount vouchers 60
Sightseeing information 60
Exhibitions & shows 62
Tour guide associations 63
Sightseeing tours/Coach & bus tours 63
Driver-guides/Chauffeur services 63
River & canal boat operators/Canals 63
Cycling tours 64
Walking tours 66
Jogging tours 67
Excursions 67
FOOD & DRINK 68
Restaurants 68
Museums/Arts centre restaurants 80
Dining & entertainment 81
Dining on a boat 81
Themed dining 81
Restaurant booking agencies 81
Pubs, bars & cafés 81
ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE 84
Theatres/Concert halls/Venues 84
Orchestras/Theatre companies
& productions/Music & dance companies 86
Theatrical producers 87
Ticket agencies 87
Entertainment & events 87
Sport 88
Hobbies 89
Nightlife 89
Casinos 89
Relaxation 89
Outdoors 90
SHOPPING 93
Flagship stores 93
Food stores 94
Souvenirs 94
Shopping areas 94
Shopping offers 95
Markets 95
Shopping services 95
DESTINATION MANAGEMENT 97
& TOURISM SERVICES
Destination management companies 97
Exhibitions 98
Ground handlers/Ground service
operators 98
Incoming tour operators 98
Domestic tour operators 99
Area associations & services 99
Bureaux de change 100
Education 100
Leaflet distribution 100
Marketing/Research/Consultancy 100
Publishers/Publications 100
Telephone services 101
TRANSPORT 102
Getting here 102
Getting around 103
Transport companies 103
Coach parking 105
Tube & bus maps 107
London street map 108
Food & Drink Quick Reference guide 110
Index 112
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Cultural hotspots, such as
the South Bank, will host
exciting new productions
Retail therapy reaches
new heights in 2011
What’s
New?
As the London 2012 Olympic
Games and Paralympic Games
approach, London is witnessing
more new openings than at any
time in recent memory. More than
£10 billion is being invested in
everything from hotels to attractions
to transport infrastructure.
2011 looks set to be a great year to
visit the UK’s fascinating,
ever-changing capital
The ultimate in
retail therapy
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hopaholics are in for a treat in early 2011. The opening
of Westfield Stratford City will see more than 300
local brands located in what is set to be Europe’s largest
retail and leisure complex. (Anyone who has already been
to Westfield London will know that the new shopping
centre will offer some serious retail therapy.)

Oxford Street will also benefit from a number of
improvements. Park House, situated opposite Selfridges
and encased in a glass roof, will be home to three floors
of high-end shops. It opens in 2011. Unwrapped in time
for Christmas 2010 is One New Change, opposite St
Paul’s Cathedral, a new retail development that boasts
a rooftop terrace with spectacular views of Christopher
Wren’s masterpiece.
Culture
vultures
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ext year is set to offer rich pickings for culture lovers.
Already setting pulses racing is the reopening of the
Cutty Sark, the fastest and greatest of the old tea clippers.
Seriously damaged by fire in 2007, the world-famous
Greenwich landmark will welcome visitors again from
early 2011. And in 2012 the nearby Greenwich Maritime
Museum will launch a wing housing five new galleries.
Also south of the river, the majestic Dulwich Picture
Gallery will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2011
with its first acquisition of a piece of contemporary sculpture.
The work, entitled W~|litj |he Dcj l, ll, lll, is by leading
British sculptor Peter Randall-Page. Meanwhile, another
anniversary – the 60th of the Festival of Britain – is the
inspiration for a season of events exploring life and culture in
contemporary Britain.
In theatre and the arts, things are set to be just as enticing.
The trend for musical remakes of classic Hollywood movies
continues to gather pace. This autumn the crowds will flock
to see Ghost and Flashdance, while in 2011, Andrew
Lloyd-Webber’s The Wizard of Oz is sure to be one of the
hottest tickets in town. At the Royal Albert Hall, Cirque Du
Soleil’s new show will wow audiences throughout January and
February. Directed by Robert Lepage, it traces the journey of
the human species from its original amphibian state. Expect the
spectacular from this peerless company of performers.
Also in February, the Barbican Centre and Southbank Centre
bring Sir Simon Rattle and the Berliner Philharmoniker
to London for a series of four concerts. And in June, John
Malkovich brings his new production to the Barbican. The
Infernal Comedy promises to reveal how Beethoven, Haydn,
Weber, Vivaldi and Mozart are connected to the Austrian
serial killer Jack Unterweger.
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Improvements to
London Underground
will increase capacity
by 30 per cent
The Savoy hotel on
the Strand has had a
£200 million revamp
You can now hire
one of 6,000
bikes to get
around London
Sleeping
in style
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and sights, it sounds strange to say that one of
the best bits of any visit is the sleeping. But the city’s
accommodation options are second to none, with
2011 seeing the completion of multi-million-pound
refurbishments at some of the capital’s
best-loved hotels.
The renovation of The Savoy started in 2007. At a cost
of around £200 million, it is one of the most ambitious
hotel projects ever undertaken. Celebrated designer
Pierre-Yves Rochon led the restoration project,
revitalising the hotel’s core art deco style while also
infusing a contemporary feel.
The W London – Leicester Square enjoys a prime
location in the heart of the West End. Opened in
the autumn of 2010, it is an ideal spot from which to
explore the area’s theatres, cinemas and nightlife.
Luxury hotel brand Dorchester Collection has also
opened a new 46-room hotel. Named 45 Park Lane,
it will be the eighth hotel in the brand’s portfolio and is
situated only metres from sister hotel The Dorchester.
From two wheels
to four legs
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011 will be the second year of London’s highly publicised
Barclays Cycle Hire scheme. Launched in the summer of
2010, it provides locals and visitors with 6,000 bicycles in the
nine London boroughs and several Royal Parks that make up
the capital’s Zone 1 travel area. The bikes are a wonderful and
convenient way to zip around the capital.
2011 will also see the sport of polo opened up to a wider
audience. In February, The O
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will host the Gaucho International
Arena Polo. More than 12,000 spectators will watch three games,
including EFG’s England and Camino Real’s Argentina battling
it out for the Churchill Cup (this is one of the oldest grudge
matches in the sport).
Getting from A
to B – it’s never
been easier
I
t has always been simple to get around London, but
in 2011 a series of infrastructure improvements will
launch, adding further capacity to the capital’s excellent
public transport system.
The Tube will see its first ever air-conditioned carriages
– 58 will be put into service on the Metropolitan
line. The improvement programme to the London
Overground network will be complete by May 2011,
connecting Stratford with 20 of London’s 33
boroughs. There will also be extensive upgrades
to the Docklands Light Railway, with the extension
to Stratford International due to open in the spring.
Improvements are also ongoing on almost every other
London Underground line. These will eventually deliver
nearly 30 per cent more capacity to the whole network.
Flying into the capital will also be easier, with Heathrow
Airport completing the second phase of its Terminal 5
expansion in 2011. And City Airport will begin a multi-
million-pound project to enhance its departure lounge
and buildings.
There will also be a number of investments into new
and improved walkways and cycle paths. One example
is the £10 million being spent to regenerate a 2.3km
stretch linking the Olympic Park to Victoria Park and
West Ham station.
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Outdoors in
London
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here’s so much to see and do outdoors. In fact, the only time
you need to step inside is when you return to your hotel at the
end of an action-packed day.
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Start your day in South West London. Kew is home to the
amazing Royal Botanic Gardens. Covering 326 acres, they’re
an oasis of calm. For those feeling like a surge of adrenalin, the
Treetop Walkway is a must. It’s 59ft high and 660ft long, taking
visitors into the tree canopy of a woodland glade.
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Take the District line Tube to High Street Kensington and stroll
down Kensington Palace Gardens. Nicknamed ‘Billionaire’s Row’,
the road contains some of the grandest and most expensive
houses in the world but is also close to some great
high-street shopping.
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Halfway down you’ll find Kensington Palace. Its gardens are
beautiful, while its orangery is an ideal spot for a bite to eat or a
fabulous afternoon tea.
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With your batteries recharged, take a number 49 bus to
Chelsea and spend the afternoon at the Chelsea Physic Garden.
Founded in 1673 by the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, it
continues to research the properties, origins and conservation of
more than 5,000 plant species.
Spend a tranquil day at
the outstanding Royal
Botanic Gardens, Kew,
a World Heritage Site
Itineraries
London
Sport in
London.
F
rom watching the biggest names in world sport to getting
involved yourself, London is a hotbed of great sporting activity
all year round.
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Start your day in North West London with a behind-the-scenes
tour of Wembley Stadium. It will be hosting high-profile games
throughout the year, including England’s qualifying matches for
the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship and the final of
the 2011 UEFA Champions League.
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If you’re in town on 8-14 August 2011, head to the Badminton
World Championships at Wembley Arena. As well as seeing the
best in the world smash a shuttlecock around, you’ll also be in the
venue that will host the badminton at the 2012 Olympics.
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A few stops along the Jubilee line to St John’s Wood is the
world-famous Lord’s Cricket Ground. On the fascinating guided
tours you’ll get to see some of the most famous sights in world
cricket, including the precious urn for the famed Ashes.
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In the afternoon take a trip down to
South West London and visit the homes
of two other sports. Twickenham Stadium
is the focal point of English rugby while
Wimbledon is famous for tennis and has
an excellent tour and interactive museum,
including a virtual John McEnroe
revealing the secrets of his
pre-match rituals.
From food to culture, from
shopping to the great outdoors,
London has attractions to keep
everyone happy. Visit London offers
some inspiration with some of our
favourite itineraries…
A tour of Wembley
Stadium, which includes
the England Changing
Room, is fun for all ages
For more
information, see
visitlondon.com
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or lovers of the finer things in life, there’s no better city in the world
than London.
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In the morning, head east. Opening in spring 2011, Westfield
Stratford City is a stone’s throw from the new Olympic Stadium and is
set to be Europe’s largest retail and leisure complex.
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After a spot of lunch, go west on the Central line to St Paul’s
for the next stop on your shopping pilgrimage. Here you’ll find
One New Change, offering three floors of shopping and a rooftop bar
with views of St Paul’s Cathedral.
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Well worth a look is the redesigned Louis Vuitton store on New
Bond Street (alight at Bond Street Tube on the Central line). Designed
by architect Peter Marino at a cost of £30 million, it is one of the
most opulent places in the world to buy a handbag. But under no
circumstances must you use the word ‘shop’. In Louis Vuitton world,
the term is ‘maison’ !
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Stroll through the West End and browse around some of the
capital’s favourite department stores. Selfridges, which combines
fashion and art in its Ultralounge, is a great destination for brand and
designer names, while the ever popular John Lewis offers everything
from fashion to food and homeware to footwear.
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Next, a little post-retail pampering. In Knightsbridge you’ll find the
Mandarin Oriental hotel, home to a spa used by the stars (Jennifer
Aniston is rumoured to use it when she’s in London).
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Or you could go to see Leighton Denny at Harrods. Joan Collins and
Davina McCall are just some of the stars who can’t resist his jewel-
encrusted manicures and expert pedicures. Head to Harvey Nichols
to find all your favourite designer brands and end the day with a glass
of bubbly at the wonderful Champagne bar on the Fifth Floor.
Shopping
and luxury
in London
T
here are surprises around every corner in London. From historical
sites and areas of natural beauty to brilliant but unsung shops,
bars and museums, the list of things that you can find ‘Only in
London’ is almost endless.
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Start with a spot of history in East London by visiting Eastbury
Manor House in Barking, reputedly where the Gunpowder Plot was
first conceived.
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South Kensington’s Victoria and Albert Museum is one of
the most popular visitor spots in London. Less well-known is the
fabulous V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green (just a few
stops away from Barking).
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End the morning at the Bank of England Museum where you’ll be
able to hold a bar of gold and see the largest collection of Bank of
England notes and associated material in the world.
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In the afternoon, experience a little religious splendour. First,
explore Bevis Marks, the nation’s oldest synagogue. Established in
1701 to serve the Spanish and Portuguese Jews’ Congregation, it’s
only minutes from Bank Tube station.
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Then you could either head up to Neasden in North West
London to see the truly jaw-dropping site of BAPS Shri
Swaminarayan Mandir, the largest traditional Hindu Mandir outside
India. Or make your way to West London to visit the Gurdwara Sri
Guru Singh Sabha Sikh temple in Southall. Once again, it’s the
biggest outside the Indian subcontinent.
Get up close to nearly
750 species of animal
at ZSL London Zoo
The Victoria and Albert Museum
houses incredible treasures
Hidden gems
in London
Indulge in a spot of
luxurious shopping
at the world’s most
famous department
store, Harrods
Kids and
families in
London
T
he capital is as much fun for children as it is for adults. Here’s a
flavour of what’s on offer.
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Start the day somewhere unexpected. Within sight of the
skyscrapers of Canary Wharf is Mudchute Park & Farm, the largest
farm in London. Here you’ll find everything from cows, pigs and sheep
to llamas and Chinese painted quail. (Set in 32 acres, it is easy to
reach by taking the Docklands Light Railway to Crossharbour station.)
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Then head up from Bank to Camden Town station (on the Northern
line) to visit the amazing ZSL London Zoo. As well as being home to
nearly 750 different species of animal, the zoo now has a wonderful
new attraction: London’s only living rainforest. Inside this incredible
climate-controlled area you can come face-to-face with a variety of
rainforest species, including monkeys, sloth, armadillo and tamandua.
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If you still have energy left after all that fun, Regent Street is not
far away and it’s home to Hamleys, the world’s oldest and largest toy
store. Or if the sun’s shining, head down to South London for a dip in
Tooting Bec Lido, England’s largest open-air swimming pool. (There’s
also the lovely Brockwell Lido at Herne Hill near Brixton.)
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And after a bite to eat, why not spend the evening watching one of
the capital’s West End shows? The Lion King is always popular with
families, as is Billy Elliot. Coming soon will be the show-stopping
The Wizard of Oz.
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theatres, museums, art galleries and shopping areas.
The menu is based on true Italian modern-rustic recipes, the ingredients used are
fresh & of the highest quality, all dishes are prepared daily in the restaurant kitchens.
Famous for our pastas and stone-baked pizzas we also have many regional
and seasonal meat and fish dishes, inspired by Marco our Executive Chef.
Parties and groups are welcome, please contact Naomi, contact details below
for further information and menus.
3 Bressenden Place London SW1E 5DD
Accommodates up to 50 guests (private dining)
47 Bryanston Street London W1H 7DH
Accommodates up to 14 guests
24 Cranbourn Street London WC2H 7AB
Accommodates up to 20 guests
74 Duke Street London W1K 6JZ
Accommodates up to 30 guests
15 Goodge Street London W1T 2PQ
Accommodates up to 50 guests
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Accommodates up to 20 guests (and 16 private dining)
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Accommodates up to 40 guests (private dining)
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Accommodates up to 20 guests
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GENERAL INFO
For all you need to know
go to visitlondon.com or call
+44 (0)870 1 566366, where you
can also book ahead. Or go to the
Britain & London Visitor Centre on
Regent Street.
Money
Britain’s currency is the pound
sterling (£). There are ATMs
throughout London and major
credit cards are accepted. You
can change traveller’s cheques or
foreign currency at Thomas Cook
offices around London. Those from
outside the EU can enjoy tax-free
shopping, see page 95.
Opening hours
Shops are usually open Mon-Sat
10.00-18.00 and Sun 10.00-16.00
or 12.00-18.00, with late-night
shopping on Thu until 20.00. Visitor
attractions are typically open daily
from 10.00-18.00, though most
close for a couple of days over
Christmas. For bank holiday dates,
see visitlondon.com/trade
Visas
Citizens of the EU do not need
a visa to enter Britain. If you’re from
any other country, find out about
visa requirements before you travel.
See ukvisas.gov.uk
Tipping
It is normal to leave a tip of 10 per
cent for good service in restaurants
but check whether a service charge
has been added to the bill. Taxi
drivers may also expect a tip.
Telecoms
The minimum amount for a call at
a public payphone is usually 60p,
but some take phonecards, credit
cards or euros. Internet access is
available at many hotels, internet
cafés and phone booths.
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Information
Here’s a wealth of practical information for visiting London, plus some
useful points of contact. For further information, go to visitlondon.com
For more
on the London
Olympics, see
visitlondon.com
/2012
Health
Some medicines are available over
the counter at pharmacists – Boots
is the biggest chain. For medical
advice, call NHS Direct:
+44 (0)845 4647,
nhsdirect.nhs.uk
Reciprocal arrangements with
the UK allow residents of some
countries to receive free medical
treatment. For emergency treatment
go to the Accident and Emergency
department of a hospital.
Emergencies
As in all major cities, visitors
should be aware of their personal
safety. To avoid pick-pocketing,
keep bags closed and never
leave bags unattended. For
serious emergencies, call police,
ambulance or fire brigade on 999
or 112.
BRITAIN &
LONDON VISITOR
INFORMATION
Britain & London
Visitor Centre
1 Regent Street, SW1Y 4XT
Open: Mon 09.30-18.30 (Apr-Sep),
09.30-18.00 (Oct-Mar); Tue-Fri
09.00-18.30 (Apr-Sep), 09.00-
18.00 (Oct-Mar); Sat, Sun & bank
holidays 10.00-16.00; Sat 09.00-
17.00 (Jun-Sep). Closed 25 & 26
Dec, 1 Jan. Personal callers only.
E: visitorinfo@visitlondon.com
There are Travel and Tourist
Information Centres (TICs) across
London, including:
s
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3
Tube station
s
Liverpool Street Tube station
s
Euston station
s
King’s Cross Tube station
s
Victoria station
s
Piccadilly Circus Tube station
s
City of London TIC
s
Greenwich TIC
For details of all London Information
Centres, go to
visitlondon.com/welcome and
look out for the information London
sign shown bottom right.
OTHER USEFUL
INFO & CONTACTS
visitlondon.com/maps
Association of British
Travel Agents
T: +44 (0)20 3117 0500
abta.com
London District Military
Information on Changing
the Guard.
T: +44 (0)20 7414 2353
London Cycling
Campaign
For information on cycling in
London and on cycle routes.
T: +44 (0)20 7234 9310
lcc.org.uk
Natural England
Information on walking trails.
T: +44 (0)845 600 3078
naturalengland.org.uk
UKinbound
T: +44 (0)20 7395 7500
ukinbound.org
VisitBritain
For information on Britain, plus
contacts for regional tourist boards
and details of overseas
VisitBritain offices.
T: +44 (0)20 7578 1000
visitbritain.com
ACCESSIBILITY
INFORMATION
In recent years London has
become more accessible with most
buses and black cabs adapted
for wheelchair use. Our tourist
attractions welcome disabled
visitors and the city now offers
over 1,000 hotel rooms which are
suitable for wheelchair users. These
hotels have been audited
for access by Direct Enquiries Ltd.
visitlondon.com/access has
ideas and advice on how to take
advantage of all the capital has
to offer.
Transport for London
access & mobility
Information on access to
London’s public transport.
T: +44 (0)843 222 1234 or
Minicom +44 (0)20 7918 3015
tfl.gov.uk/gettingaround
Artsline
Information on arts, attractions
and entertainment for disabled
people in London.
T: +44 (0)20 7388 2227
artsline.org.uk
Direct Enquiries
The Nationwide Access Register,
giving accessibility information on
transport, selected attractions and
hotels in London.
directenquiries.com
Tourism for All UK
Can provide details of
additional inspected accessible
accommodation in London.
T: +44 (0)845 124 9971
E: info@tourismforall.org.uk
tourismforall.org.uk
RADAR
(Royal Association
for Disability and
Rehabilitation)
The disability network.
T: +44 (0)20 7250 3222
radar.org.uk
Door-to-Door
For nationwide information
on transport and travel for
disabled people.
dptac.gov.uk/door-to-door
LOOK OUT
for London Ambassadors
on the streets of London. They
can be identified by the below
badge on their uniform, and are
happy to help with free visitor
information and advice.
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Meltdown Festival
Scu|hb~tl Cet|te SE1
meltdown/southbankcentre.co.uk
London International
Festival of Theatre
liftfestival.com
JULY
Pride London
2 July
pridelondon.org
The Proms
15 July-10 September
bbc.co.uk/proms
Buckingham Palace
Summer Opening
27 July-1 October
Buclitjh~t P~|~ce SW1
royalcollection.org.uk
Open Weekend
london2012.com
Hampton Court Palace
Flower Show
H~tp|ct Ccut| KT8
rhs.org.uk
The London Triathlon
30-31 July
ExCel lctdct E16
thelondontriathlon.co.uk
AUGUST
Dextro Energy Triathlon
London
6-7 August
Hvde P~tl W2
london.triathlon.org
Notting Hill Carnival
28-29 August
thenottinghillcarnival.com
Carnegie Challenge
Cup Final
Wetb|ev S|~diut HA9
thechallengecup.com
SEPTEMBER
Open City London
17-18 September
open-city.org.uk
London Duathlon
Richtctd P~tl TW10
thelondonduathlon.co.uk
Run to the Beat
Ftct The O
2
SE10
runtothebeat.co.uk
London Fashion Weekend
Sctetse| Hcuse WC2
londonfashionweekend.co.uk
Great River Race
Ftct Dccl|~tds E14
greatriverrace.co.uk
Mayor of London’s Sky Ride
goskyride.com
London Design Festival
londondesignfestival.com
The Mayor’s Thames Festival
Be|weet Wes|tits|et Btidje ~td
Tcwet Btidje
thamesfestival.org
JANUARY
New Year’s Day Parade
1 January
Ftct Picc~di||v W1 |c P~t|i~tet| Sq SW1
londonparade.co.uk
London Boat Show
& Outdoors Show
7-16 January
ExCel lctdct E16
londonboatshow.com
London Art Fair
19-23 January
Busitess Desijt Cet|te N1
londonartfair.co.uk
FEBRUARY
MCN London Motorcycle
Show
3-6 February
ExCel lctdct E16
londonmotorcycleshow.com
Chinese New Year
Celebrations
6 February
Schc W1
chinatownlondon.org
London Fashion Weekend
Sctetse| Hcuse WC2
londonfashionweekend.co.uk
MARCH
Ideal Home Show
11-27 March
E~t|s Ccut| SW5
idealhomeshow.co.uk
St Patrick’s Day Parade
17 March
Ftct Gteet P~tl W1 |c Tt~|~|j~t Sq WC2
london.gov.uk
BADA Antiques and
Fine Art Fair
23-29 March
The Dule c| Yctl Sq SW3
bada-antiques-fair.co.uk
The Xchanging Boat Race
26 March
Ftct Pu|tev SW15 |c Mct||~le SW14
theboatrace.org
East Festival
V~ticus vetues it E~s| lctdct
visitlondon.com/east
London Film Day
V~ticus vetues
london.gov.uk
APRIL
Virgin London Marathon
17 April
Ftct Gteetwich SE10 |c The M~|| SW1
virginlondonmarathon.com
St George’s Day
23 April
london.gov.uk
Rhythm of London
london.gov.uk
Grand Designs Live
30 April-8 May
ExCel lctdct E16
granddesignslive.com
MAY
RHS Chelsea Flower Show
24-28 May
Rcv~| Hcspi|~| Che|se~ SW3
rhs.org.uk
JUNE
Hampton Court Palace
Festival
7-18 June
H~tp|ct Ccut| P~|~ce KT8
hamptoncourtfestival.com
Wimbledon
20 June-3 July
A|| Etj|~td l~wt Tettis C|ub SW19
wimbledon.org
Royal Academy of Arts
Summer Exhibition
June-August
Rcv~| Ac~detv c| At|s W1
royalacademy.org.uk
Greenwich + Docklands
International Festival
festival.org
London Jewellery Week
londonjewelleryweek.co.uk
Masterpiece Fair
Rcv~| Hcspi|~| Che|se~ SW3
masterpiecefair.com
Royal Ascot
Ascc| R~ceccutse Sl5
ascot.co.uk
Hard Rock Calling
Hvde P~tl W2
hardrockcalling.co.uk
City of London Festival
colf.org
Use this event calendar to help
make any visit action-packed
What’s On
ALWAYS CHECK the date
and venue with the organisers.
Where no date is marked check
visitlondon.com for details
2011
For details of
all official royal
ceremonies, see
visitlondon.com
OCTOBER
London
Music
Show
ExCel
lctdct E16
londonmusicshow.com
London
Restaurant Festival
londonrestaurantfestival.com
Story of London Festival
V~ticus vetues
london.gov.uk
Black History Month
black-history-month.co.uk
NBA Europe Live
The O
2
SE10
theo2.co.uk
NFL International Series
Wetb|ev S|~diut HA9
nfl.com/international
Frieze Art Fair
Rejet|'s P~tl NW1
friezeartfair.com
The Times BFI London
Film Festival
bfi.org.uk/lff
MasterChef LIVE
O|vtpi~ W14
mastercheflive.com
NOVEMBER
Lord Mayor’s Show
lordmayorsshow.org
Bonfire Night
visitlondon.com
Barclays ATP

World Tour Finals
The O
2
SE10
barclaysatpworldtourfinals.com
DECEMBER
Ice-skating
V~ticus ~||t~c|icts
visitlondon.com
Christmas at Kew
Rcv~| Bc|~tic G~tdets, Kew TW9
kew.org
AEGON Masters Tennis
Rcv~| A|bet| H~|| SW7
aegonmasterstennis.com
Bankside Winter Festival
(Frost Fair)
B~tlside tivetside, cu|side
T~|e Mcdett SE1
visitbankside.com
Winter Wonderland
Hvde P~tl W1
hydeparkwinterwonderland.com
New Year’s Eve Fireworks
visitlondon.com
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CiIy Academy oIIers Iailor·made þerIorming arIs courses in Ihe hearI oI London´s
Iamous wesI Lnd. wheIher you are visiIing London Ior only Iwo days or a whole
week, CiIy Academy will creaIe an unIorgeIIable exþerience Ior you.
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Lmail: exþeriences´ciIy·academy.com
www.ciIy·academy.com
AcIing, Singing, 0ance, Vusical IheaIre and more.
Perform for life
The Art of Hospitality
Park Plaza Hotels boasts a collection of contemporary
hotels with modern guest rooms and exciting
restaurants and bars, each ideally situated for the
perfect city break.
You’ll be spoilt for choice across our London
portfolio, with destinations including Victoria close
to Buckingham Palace, fashionable Baker Street for
Madame Tussauds and the shops and theatres of the
West End, plus three stunning hotels within minutes
of the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and the
buzzing South Bank scene.
Venues in the UK & Ireland:
London:
Park Plaza County Hall
Park Plaza Riverbank
Park Plaza Sherlock Holmes
Park Plaza Victoria
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge
Park Plaza Belfast
Park Plaza Cardiff
Park Plaza Leeds
Park Plaza Nottingham
Park Plaza Tyrrelstown Dublin
For worldwide key locations visit
www.parkplaza.com
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London
Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London
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Quality Assurance
All hotel, B&B, guest and hostel accommodation featured in this
guide has the Visit London quality assurance marque
‘Visit London Approved’. Accommodation displaying this marque
meets all regulatory requirements and offers an acceptable level of
guest services. The marque is awarded following an inspection by
a trained assessor.
In addition, much of the accommodation listed also holds the
VisitEngland and AA-regulated quality assessment star ratings.
Participating establishments are awarded between one and five
stars. The number of stars gives you an indication of accommodation
standard, cleanliness, ambience, hospitality, service and food. Four
and five star ratings mean excellent quality in all areas and offering all
the services expected of that classification of accommodation. One
to three stars means quality levels ranging from simple and practical
accommodation at one star to good levels of quality and comfort at
three stars.
Those properties with an official star rating automatically qualify for
the Visit London Approved marque. To find out about a residence’s
star rating, visit its website or visitlondon.com/accommodation
Some properties have been quality assessed but do not have
specific star ratings: eg hotel chains such as Hilton Hotels and
Travelodge. Some properties were awaiting a quality assessment
grading at the time of going to print.
Where possible, map references are included to the right of the
venue title. See page 108 for a map of London.
GOLD AND SILVER AWARDS
VisitEngland recognises the top scoring properties at all star
ratings by awarding Silver and Gold awards. These are for B&Bs,
hotels, self-catering accommodation and serviced apartments that
are the ‘best of the best’.
For full details of VisitEngland’s assessment schemes, go to
enjoyengland.com/quality
Accessibility Information
Listings with the accessibility symbol below make provisions and
provide facilities for disabled visitors. These establishments have
been assessed against relevant criteria and are committed to
accessibility. Please note, however, that other establishments
may also have disabled access but may not have sought
a formal assessment.
Full details of hotels offering accessible bedrooms suitable
for wheelchair users travelling independently can be found at
visitlondon.com/access
A Accessible to a wheelchair user
Accommodation
From hotels and apartments to B&Bs and campsites, London has an
accommodation option to suit any taste or budget
Hotels
London offers a wide choice of
hotels, from chic urban boutiques
to historic stately homes.
PRICE RANGES
(per room per night)
£201+
£151-£200
£101-£150

£81-£100
£51-£80
Up to £50
Price given is for a double
room with breakfast, unless
otherwise stated. Hotels are
grouped by area and then
alphabetically within price
category. Double and twin
rooms are usually similar
in price.
KEY TO SYMBOLS
¬ Ground-floor bedrooms
+ Private parking
l Television in all bedrooms
^ Tea and coffee-making
facilities in all bedrooms
/ Telephone in all bedrooms
T Room service
0 Lift
æ Lounge
¬ Indoor swimming pool
I Bar
× On-site restaurant and
serves evening meal
| Family rooms
- Cots available
: Internet access
HOTEL GROUPS
Accor UK
T: +44 (0)871 663 0624
accorhotels.com
Doyle Collection
T: +44 (0)20 7969 3860
doylecollection.com
Guoman Hotels
Management Ltd
T: +44 (0)870 333 9292
guoman.com
thistlehotels.com
Hilton Plc
T: +44 (0)845 709 0505
hilton.co.uk
InterContinental
Hotels Group
T: +44 (0)800 404 040
uk.ichotelsgroup.com
Marriott Hotels Ltd
T: +44 (0)800 221 222
marriott.co.uk
Maybourne Hotel Group
T: +44 (0)808 238 0245
maybourne.com
Millennium & Copthorne
Hotels
T: +44 (0)20 7872 2821
millenniumhotels.co.uk
Radisson Edwardian Hotels
T: +44 (0)20 7666 2662
radissonedwardian.com
Ramada Jarvis Hotels
T: +44 (0)1494 436 256
ramadajarvis.co.uk
Red Carnation Hotels
T: +44 (0)20 7958 7741
redcarnationhotels.com
Starwood Hotels
T: +44 (0)800 353 535
starwoodhotels.com
Travelodge
T: +44 (0)871 984 8484
travelodge.co.uk
Contents
Hotels 15
B&Bs & guest accommodation 37
Apartments & self-catering 40
Campus & hostels 42
Accommodation agencies 47
Caravans & campsites 47
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SW1
Victoria/
Westminster
£201+
30 Pavilion Road 8G
This is a beautifully spacious central
London guesthouse where the Roof
Garden Bedrooms are a peaceful
haven in the bustle of London. All
the bedrooms, fully ensuite, are
individually designed with large
comfortable beds and luxury touches.
Bedrooms: 11
30 P~vi|ict Rc~d, lctdct SW1X 0H1
T: -44 (0)20 7584 4921
E: tjt«se~tcvs.cc.ul
searcys.co.uk/30pavilionroad
Knightsbridge
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51 Buckingham Gate 9K
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
This spacious townhouse hotel has
three restaurants and two bars.
Its Quilon restaurant and bar is
Michelin-starred and its spa is
rated in Harper’s Bazaar’s
World’s 100 Best.
Bedrooms: 86 suites
Buclitjh~t G~|e, lctdct SW1E 6AF
T: -44 (0)20 7769 7766
F: -44 (0)20 7828 5909
E: it|c«51-buclitjh~t j~|e.cc.ul
51-buckinghamgate.com
/Victoria St James’s Park
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The Berkeley 8H
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
Individually designed rooms make
The Berkeley a chic retreat. The
hotel’s restaurants are also stylish
– Marcus Wareing at The Berkeley
and Koffmann’s are counted among
the capital’s finest.
Bedrooms: 214
Wi||ct P|~ce, Ktijh|sbtidje,
lctdct SW1X 7Rl
T: -44 (0)20 7235 6000
F: -44 (0)20 7235 4330
E: it|c«|he-betle|ev.cc.ul
the-berkeley.co.uk
Knightsbridge
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The Cadogan Hotel 9G
´ ´ ´ ´
The Cadogan Hotel was once home
to Lillie Langtry, who entertained
King Edward VII and Oscar
Wilde. Afternoon tea is served in
the drawing room and there is a
restaurant, bar, two tennis courts
and a gym.
Bedrooms: 65
75 S|c~te S|tee|, lctdct SW1X 9SG
T: -44 (0)20 7235 7141
F: -44 (0)20 7245 0994
E: tesetv~|icts«c~dcj~t.cct
cadogan.com
Sloane Square/Knightsbridge
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Corinthia Hotel London 7M
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
London’s 21st-century grand hotel is
just footsteps from Trafalgar Square,
the Embankment, Westminster
and Covent Garden. Vast lobbies,
high ceilings and spectacular
views have been combined with
cutting-edge design to create iconic
public spaces, elegant bedrooms
and luxurious suites.
Bedrooms: 294
Whi|eh~|| P|~ce, lctdct SW1A 2BD
T: -44 (0)20 7930 8181
F: -44 (0)20 7961 1235
E: |ctdct«cctit|hi~.cct
corinthia.com/london
/ Charing Cross Embankment
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Crowne Plaza 9K
London – St James
´ ´ ´ ´
This hotel is just two minutes’
walk from Buckingham Palace.
It has three restaurants and its
courtyard garden is surrounded by
Victorian buildings.
Bedrooms: 342
45-51 Buclitjh~t G~|e,
lctdct SW1E 6AF
T: -44 (0)20 7834 6655
F: -44 (0)20 7630 7587
E: s~|es«cp|ctsj.cc.ul
london.crowneplaza.com
/ Victoria St James’s Park
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Dukes Hotel 7K
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
Located in the heart of St James’s,
this much-loved hotel has been
given a touch of 21st-century
contemporary chic, creating a look
that is fresh, calm, and entirely
English in spirit.
Bedrooms: 90
35 S| 1~tes's P|~ce, lctdct SW1A 1NY
T: -44 (0)20 7491 4840
F: -44 (0)20 7493 1264
E: bcclitjs«duleshc|e|.cct
dukeshotel.com
Green Park
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The Goring 9J
´ ´ ´ ´ ´ Gold Award
The Goring is a family-owned hotel
dating back to 1910, and many
members of the royal family have
visited. It has private gardens and an
elegant dining room, serving a menu
of superbly cooked British food, using
carefully sourced British produce.
Bedrooms: 71
15 Bees|ct P|~ce, lctdct SW1W 01W
T: -44 (0)20 7396 9000
F: -44 (0)20 7834 4393
E: tecep|ict«|hejctitj.cct
thegoring.com
/ Victoria
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The Halkin 8H
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
Located on a quiet street in
Belgravia, The Halkin offers sleek
rooms with all-marble bathrooms.
Staff wear Giorgio Armani clothing
and Thai restaurant Nahm has a
Michelin star.
Bedrooms: 41
H~|lit S|tee|, lctdct SW1X 7D1
T: -44 (0)20 7333 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7333 1100
E: tes«h~|lit.cctc.bz
halkin.como.bz
Hyde Park Corner
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Jumeirah Carlton Tower 9G
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
The hotel lies in the heart of
fashionable Knightsbridge. Rooms
overlook the private gardens of
Cadogan Place, and there are three
restaurants plus a Champagne lounge.
Bedrooms: 220 including 58 suites
2 C~dcj~t P|~ce, lctdct SW1X 9PY
T: -44 (0)20 7228 1234
F: -44 (0)20 7235 9129
E: jc|it|c«juteit~h.cct
jumeirah.com
Knightsbridge
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Mandarin Oriental 8G
Hyde Park
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
This hotel overlooks leafy Hyde Park
and offers views of Knightsbridge.
Services include a contemporary
art tour and personal shopping in
Harvey Nichols.
Bedrooms: 200
66 Ktijh|sbtidje, lctdct SW1X 7lA
T: -44 (0)20 7235 2000
F: -44 (0)20 7235 2001
E: tc|ct-tesetv~|icts«tchj.cct
mandarinoriental.com
Knightsbridge
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No. 41 9J
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
A stylish, intimate and private
boutique hotel renowned for its
impeccable service and attention to
detail. No. 41 is the closest 5-star
hotel to Buckingham Palace.
Bedrooms: 30
41 Buclitjh~t P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SW1W 0PS
T: -44 (0)20 7300 0041
F: -44 (0)20 7300 0141
E: bccl41«tcht~i|.cct
41hotel.com
/ Victoria
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St James’s Hotel & Club 7K
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
Tucked away in a Victorian
townhouse in Mayfair, close to
Piccadilly, its interiors have recently
undergone a complete renovation.
Many rooms have a balcony or
terrace and a fine-dining restaurant
is available.
Bedrooms: 60
7-8 P~tl P|~ce, S| 1~tes’s,
lctdct SW1A 1lP
T: -44 (0)20 7316 1600
F: -44 (0)20 7316 1603
E: it|c«s|j~teshc|e|~tdc|ub.cct
stjameshotelandclub.com
Green Park
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Sheraton Park Tower 8G
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Overlooking Hyde Park and in the
heart of one of the city’s most stylish
and beloved districts, Sheraton Park
Tower in Knightsbridge is an iconic
hotel. Providing an unparalleled and
elegant experience for the modern
traveller, it is wonderfully close to
many of the city’s attractions.
Bedrooms: 280
101 Ktijh|sbtidje, lctdct SW1X 7RN
T: -44 (0)20 7290 7294
F: -44 (0)20 7290 7566
E: evet|s.cet|t~||ctdct«s|~twccd
hc|e|s.cct
luxurycollection.com
/parktowerlondon
Knightsbridge
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The Trafalgar 7L
Situated on the south side of
Trafalgar Square, this hotel offers
panoramic views of the city from
Vista, its iconic roof bar. Rooms
are spacious and the hotel displays
contemporary artwork. Cocktails
are available in Rockwell, the
award-winning bar and restaurant.
Bedrooms: 129
2 Sptitj G~tdets, lctdct SW1A 2TS
T: -44 (0)20 7870 2900
F: -44 (0)20 7870 2911
E: tesetv~|icts.|t~|~|j~t«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/trafalgar
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£151-£200
The Cavendish London 7K
´ ´ ´ ´ Gold Award
The Cavendish is on Jermyn Street,
home to the prestigious Fortnum
& Mason department store and
bespoke men’s clothing shops.
The Restaurant has an AA
rosette and serves traditional and
contemporary food.
Bedrooms: 230
81 1ettvt S|tee|, S| 1~tes's,
lctdct SW1Y 61F
T: -44 (0)20 7930 2111
F: -44 (0)20 7839 2125
E: tesetv~|icts«|hec~vetdish|ctdct.cct
thecavendishlondon.com
Green Park
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City Inn Westminster 10M
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Located next to the River Thames,
City Inn Westminster is close to all
of London’s main tourist attractions.
The City Café restaurant serves
contemporary, seasonal cuisine,
while the covered terrace offers the
perfect backdrop for alfresco dining.
Bedrooms: 460
30 1cht ls|ip S|tee|, lctdct SW1P 4DD
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E: wes|tits|et.tesetv~|icts«ci|vitt.cct
cityinn.com
Pimlico/Westminster
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Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel 9G
This hotel offers alfresco dining in
the Mediterranean-inspired Mimosa
Bar & Restaurant. It is just moments
from Harrods and Harvey Nichols.
Bedrooms: 87
21 lcwtdes S|tee|, lctdct SW1X 9ES
T: -44 (0)20 7823 1234
F: -44 (0)20 7235 1154
E: j|hit|c«juteit~h.cct
jumeirah.com
Knightsbridge
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London Knightsbridge
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Knightsbridge, the home of Harrods
and Harvey Nichols, is any shoppers’
paradise. If you want to stay in a 4-
star deluxe hotel that counts Gucci,
Chanel and other designer labels as
its neighbours, the Millennium Hotel
London Knightsbridge is the perfect
choice. The onsite MU Restaurant
& Cocktail Bar offers tapas with an
Asian influence that will stimulate
your taste buds.
Bedrooms: 222
17 S|c~te S|tee|, lctdct SW1X 9NU
T: -44 (0)20 7235 4377
F: -44 (0)20 7235 3705
E: tesetv~|icts.ltijh|sbtidje
«ti||ettiuthc|e|s.cc.ul
millenniumhotels.co.uk
Knightsbridge
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The Royal Horseguards 7M
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This magnificently refurbished 5-star
hotel enjoys stunning views over
the Thames and the London Eye,
and has a grandeur to match its
prestigious Whitehall address. The
hotel is near Charing Cross. The
281 luxurious bedrooms include a
choice of suites and apartments, all
with air-conditioning, LCD TVs in
both bedroom and bathroom, iPod
docking stations and free internet
access. Stylish dining options
include a two AA-rosette restaurant,
lounge and beautiful outdoor terrace.
Bedrooms: 281
2 Whi|eh~|| Ccut|, lctdct SW1A 2E1
T: -44 (0)871 376 9033
T: -44 (0)845 305 8332
F: -44 (0)871 376 9133
F: -44 (0)845 305 8371
E: jtcups~|es.tcv~|hctseju~tds
«juct~t.cc.ul
guoman.com
/ Charing Cross Embankment
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Sofitel St James London 7L
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A hidden gem in the heart of
London. Created in a magnificent
Grade II listed building, this stunning
5-star hotel has a luxury spa, So
SPA by Sofitel. The hotel features
a renowned French restaurant, an
elegant cocktail bar, a sumptuous
afternoon tea lounge, as well as a
gym and relaxation space.
Bedrooms: 186
6 W~|et|cc P|~ce, lctdct SW1Y 4AN
T: -44 (0)20 7747 2200
F: -44 (0)20 7747 2210
E: H3144«sc|i|e|.cct
sofitelstjames.com
Piccadilly Circus
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St Ermin‘s Hotel 9L
The St Ermin’s Hotel is located
in an unusually quiet corner of
Westminster, the political and
cultural heart of London. Within
walking distance of Buckingham
Palace, Parliament Square, the
London Eye, Westminster Abbey,
Houses of Parliament and
The QEII Conference Centre.
Bedrooms: 275
2 C~x|ct S|tee|, lctdct SW1H 0OW
T: -44 (0)20 7222 7888
F: -44 (0)20 7222 6914
E: it|c.s|ettits«s|ettitshc|e|.cc.ul
sterminshotel.co.uk
St James’s Park / Victoria
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The Grosvenor 9J
The Grosvenor is a Victorian hotel
located next to Victoria station
and near top attractions such as
Buckingham Palace and the
Houses of Parliament. Afternoon
tea is served in the traditional
Grosvenor Lounge.
Bedrooms: 357
101 Buclitjh~t P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SW1W 0S1
T: -44 (0)870 333 9120
F: -44 (0)871 333 9220
E: jtcsvetct«|his||e.cc.ul
thistle.com
/ Victoria
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Park Plaza 10K
Victoria London
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This hotel is conveniently within two
minutes’ walk of Victoria station. JB’s
restaurant offers European cuisine,
while the bar serves cocktails and a
great selection of wine.
Bedrooms: 299
239 V~uxh~|| Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SW1V 1EO
T: -44 (0)20 7769 9999
F: -44 (0)20 7769 9998
E: ppv|tes«pphe.cct
parkplaza.com
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Rubens At The Palace 9J
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The perfect balance of old-world
charm and elegance with
contemporary comfort and luxury.
Situated opposite the Royal Mews,
it offers a selection of dining
options as well as piano music on a
nightly basis.
Bedrooms: 161
39 Buclitjh~t P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SW1W 0PS
T: -44 (0)20 7828 6600
F: -44 (0)20 7828 5401
E: bccltb«tcht~i|.cct
rubenshotel.com
/ Victoria
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Sanctuary House Hotel 8L
The Sanctuary House Hotel is close
to Westminster Abbey and the
Houses of Parliament. The Fuller’s
Ale & Pie House serves traditional
home-cooked food alongside the
brewery’s full range of ales.
Bedrooms: 34
33 Tc|hi|| S|tee|, lctdct SW1H 9lA
T: -44 (0)20 7799 4044
F: -44 (0)20 7799 3657
E: s~tc|u~tv«|u||ets.cc.ul
fullershotels.com
St James’s Park
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Oxford Street
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Athenaeum Hotel 7J
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Overlooking Green Park with
views of Buckingham Palace. The
spa is exclusive to guests, and its
afternoon tea is award-winning.
Bedrooms: 122
116 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 7B1
T: -44 (0)20 7499 3464
F: -44 (0)20 7493 1860
E: it|c«~|het~euthc|e|.cct
athenaeumhotel.com
Green Park
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The May Fair 7J
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Gold Award
A legendary hotel with an
iconic past, the May Fair is a
metropolitan haven, ideally
located in London’s most
exclusive district. Amba Bar
and Grill showcases the finest
seasonal British ingredients, and
the May Fair Bar has a serious
reputation for cocktails, while the
serene May Fair Spa offers an
oasis of calm.
Bedrooms: 406
S|t~||ct S|tee|, lctdct W11 8lT
T: -44 (0)20 7629 7777
F: -44 (0)20 7629 1459
E: tesetv~|icts«|het~v|~ithc|e|.cc.ul
themayfairhotel.co.uk
Green Park
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Radisson Edwardian 5J
Berkshire
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Between Bond Street and
Marylebone village, this hotel
is an intimate hideaway with
a pleasingly clubby vibe, a
soothing refuge for Oxford
Street shoppers. Across the
cool marble of the lobby, the
Drawing Room Bar is a relaxed
local meeting place flooded
with natural light. With comfy
leather sofas and classic
wood panelling, Ascot’s Bar
and Restaurant serves great
seasonal British food.
350 Ox|ctd S|tee|,
lctdct W1N 0BY
T: -44 (0)20 7629 7474
F: -44 (0)20 7629 8156
E: tesbetl«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/berkshire
Bedrooms: 147
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NEW ENGLAND HOTEL
res@newenglandhotel.com www.newenglandhotel.com
Set in the ambience of a beautiful
19th-century Georgian townhouse,
the New England Hotel ofers
comfortable, refreshingly clean
accommodation at a remarkably
afordable price. Our tastefully
decorated rooms boast en-suite
facilities, comfortable Hypnos beds,
colour TV, hairdryers, electronic
locks & telephones. Wi-Fi access in all
rooms. Lift to all foors (half landing).
All rooms are non-smoking.
Only ten minutes from
the Victoria Rail, Coach &
underground stations.
Single Rms from £49-£79
Double Rms from £69-£109
Triple Rms from £89-£129
Quads Rms from £99-£159
All prices are inclusive of
continental breakfast
service and VAT.
Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Westminster
Abbey, Houses of Parliament, a Myriad of
Muesums, Art Galleries, Theatres & London’s
West End are all within easy reach.
Join us in celebrating over 25 years of hospitality
20 St. George’s Drive, Victoria,
London SW1V 4BN
0020 7834 8351 Fax: 020 7834 9000
Now in Frommers & Fodors Travel Guide
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Brown’s Hotel opened in 1837
as London’s first hotel. Situated
in Mayfair, this chic and elegant
establishment offers luxurious
rooms and suites, outstanding
restaurants, a fashionable bar,
relaxing spa and award-winning
service. Close to Bond Street and
West End theatres, Brown’s boasts
London’s perfect address.
Bedrooms: 117
A|bet~t|e S|tee|, lctdct W1S 4BP
T: -44 (0)20 7493 6020
F: -44 (0)20 7493 9381
E: tesetv~|icts.btcwts«tcccc|ct|e
cc||ec|ict.cct
roccofortecollection.com
Green Park
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The Chesterfield Mayfair 7J
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Rooms at the Chesterfield Hotel
range from the exotic to the cosy.
Fabrics reflect everything from the
vibrancy of the African savannah
to the flowers of an English
cottage garden.
Bedrooms: 110
35 Ch~t|es S|tee|, lctdct W11 5EB
T: -44 (0)20 7491 2622
F: -44 (0)20 7491 4793
E: bcclch«tcht~i|.cct
chesterfieldmayfair.com
Green Park
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Claridge’s 6J
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Art deco Claridge’s marries 1930s
glamour with the latest technology in
its 203 individually designed rooms
and suites. Don’t miss the gloriously
swanky Claridge’s Bar and
award-winning afternoon tea.
Bedrooms: 203
Btccl S|tee|, lctdct W1K 4HR
T: -44 (0)20 7107 8830
F: -44 (0)20 7107 8840
E: it|c«c|~tidjes.cc.ul
claridges.co.uk
Bond Street
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The Connaught 6H
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For more than 100 years The
Connaught has celebrated the good
fortune of its priceless location,
together with a coveted heritage.
Today, it has benefited from a
finely tuned restoration, resulting
in the ultimate London stay for
connoisseurs of luxury.
Bedrooms: 121
C~t|cs P|~ce, lctdct W1K 2Al
T: -44 (0)20 7499 7070
F: -44 (0)20 7495 3262
E: it|c«|he-cctt~ujh|.cc.ul
the-connaught.co.uk
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The Dorchester 7H
 Gold Award
The Dorchester, in the heart of
Mayfair, is the preferred hotel of
British society. With 250 rooms and
suites, five restaurants and bars with
three Michelin-star dining and an
award-winning spa.
Bedrooms: 250
P~tl l~te, lctdct W1K 1OA
T: -44 (0)20 7629 8888
F: -44 (0)20 7629 8080
E: tesetv~|icts.ul«dctches|et
cc||ec|ict.cct
thedorchester.com
Green Park/Hyde Park Corner
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Grosvenor House, 6H
A JW Marriott Hotel
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Positioned in Mayfair and
overlooking Hyde Park, Grosvenor
House, A JW Marriott Hotel
relaunched as the European
flagship for the JW Marriott brand in
2008. The hotel boasts 494 luxury
bedrooms and suites, four bars and
six dining options, including the new
JW Steakhouse. Elegant conference
and banqueting facilities complete
this extensive property.
Bedrooms: 494
86-90 P~tl l~te, lctdct W1K 7TN
T: -44 (0)20 7499 6363
F: -44 (0)20 7493 3341
E: jtcsvetct.hcuse«t~ttic||hc|e|s.cct
londongrosvenorhouse.co.uk
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Holiday Inn Mayfair 6J
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This modern hotel is near Royal
Parks, theatres and the shops
of Bond Street. Rooms are fully
air-conditioned and the Nightingale
restaurant offers British cuisine,
from light snacks to a full menu.
Bedrooms: 194
3 Betle|ev S|tee|, lctdct W11 8NE
T: -44 (0)870 400 9110
F: -44 (0)20 7629 2827
E: hit~v|~it-tesetv~|icts«ihj.cct
holiday-inn.co.uk/Ion-mayfair
Green Park
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InterContinental 7H
London Park Lane
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Situated on Hyde Park corner,
this hotel has impressive views.
The Cookbook Cafe has a casual
atmosphere, while Theo Randall
at The InterContinental restaurant
serves ‘unfussy yet delicious’ food.
Bedrooms: 447
1 H~ti||ct P|~ce, P~tl l~te,
lctdct W11 7OY
T: -44 (0)20 7409 3131
F: -44 (0)20 7493 3476
E: |ctdct«ihj.cct
london.intercontinental.com
Hyde Park Corner
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Langham Hotel 4J
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The Langham Hotel opened in
1865, as Europe’s first ‘grand hotel’.
It was refurbished in 2009 and now
has the Artisan cocktail bar and
contemporary European restaurant,
The Landau.
Bedrooms: 425
1c Pct||~td P|~ce, lctdct W1B 11A
T: -44 (0)20 7636 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7323 2340
E: |ct.it|c«|~tjh~thc|e|s.cct
langhamhotels.com
Oxford Circus
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London Hilton 7H
on Park Lane
Awarded ‘Best Business Hotel
in the UK 2009’ by UK Busitess
Tt~ve||et magazine, the hotel soars
high above the city streets and is
famed for its unparalleled luxury.
Also boasts three destination
restaurants and five bars, including
award-winning Galvin at Windows
and celebrity hang-out Whisky Mist
at Zeta.
Bedrooms: 453
22 P~tl l~te, lctdct W1K 1BE
T: -44 (0)20 7493 8000
F: -44 (0)20 7208 4142
E: tesetv~|icts.p~tl|~te«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/londonparklane
Hyde Park Corner
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Radisson Edwardian 5H
Sussex
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In a quiet corner close to Marble
Arch, this boutique hotel is
seconds from Oxford Street but
feels like a million miles away.
A calming, peaceful retreat, the
hotel’s sleek, contemporary
design brings modern chic to an
Edwardian listed building. Tactile
fabrics make the rooms deeply
comfortable, and Nova Bar &
Grill is a light-filled, laid-back
spot to enjoy authentic
British cooking.
19-25 Gt~tvi||e P|~ce,
lctdct W1H 6PA
T: -44 (0)20 7408 0130
F: -44 (0)20 7493 2070
E: tessuss«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/sussex
Bedrooms: 101
Marble Arch
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Radisson Edwardian 3K
Grafton
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There’s a pleasing buzz to this
hotel that reflects the energy
of its location, equally good
for the City or the West End.
Through the airy marbled lobby,
Aston is the hotel’s soul, a lively
bar and restaurant hosting an
eclectic local crowd. Rooms by
contrast are peaceful, stylish
and ergonomically designed for
ultimate relaxation.
Bedrooms: 330
130 Tc||eth~t Ccut| Rc~d,
lctdct W1T 5AY
T: -44 (0)20 7388 4131
F: -44 (0)20 7387 7394
E: tesjt~|«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/grafton
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The Mandeville 5H
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Located in Marylebone, The
Mandeville provides the perfect
venue for your stay. The Red Room
boasts contemporary style for
private events while the deVigne
Bar and deVille Restaurant make
The Mandeville London’s premier
address for food, drink and
luxury accommodation.
Bedrooms: 142
M~tdevi||e P|~ce, lctdct W1U 2BE
T: -44 (0)20 7935 5599
F: -44 (0)20 7935 9588
E: tesetv~|icts«t~tdevi||e.cc.ul
mandeville.co.uk
Bond Street
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Le Méridien Piccadilly 6K
Centrally located between Piccadilly
and Regent Street in the heart of
the West End, Le Méridien Piccadilly
is within walking distance of
Piccadilly Circus, Soho, Bond Street,
Leicester Square, Trafalgar Square,
Oxford Street, Covent Garden
and Theatreland.
Bedrooms: 266
21 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 0BH
T: -44 (0)20 7290 7294
F: -44 (0)20 7290 7566
E: evet|s.cet|t~||ctdct«s|~twccd
hc|e|s.cct
lemeridien.com/piccadilly
Piccadilly Circus
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The Metropolitan 7H
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Well-known for the exclusive Met
Bar and the Nobu restaurant, this
contemporary hotel has welcomed
many celebrities through its doors.
Its walls of glass give fantastic views
of the city.
Bedrooms: 150
O|d P~tl l~te, lctdct W1K 1lB
T: -44 (0)20 7447 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7447 1100
E: it|c.|ct«te|tcpc|i|~t.ctc.bz
metropolitan.como.bz
Hyde Park Corner
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Millennium Hotel 6H
London Mayfair
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A peaceful haven overlooking
Grosvenor Square in fashionable
Mayfair and close to the designer
boutiques of Bond Street. Elegant
bedrooms and suites combine home
comforts with original 18th-century
features. The Avista Restaurant
is the perfect setting to enjoy
traditional Italian rustic fare.
Bedrooms: 336
44 Gtcsvetct Squ~te, lctdct W1K 2HP
T: -44 (0)20 7629 9400
F: -44 (0)20 7629 7736
E: tesetv~|icts.t~v|~it«ti||ettiut
hc|e|s.cc.ul
millenniumhotels.co.uk
Bond Street/Green Park
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The Park Lane Hotel 7J
Many of the rooms at the Park
Lane Hotel have original art deco
features, such as fireplaces
and marble bathrooms. English
afternoon tea is served in the
Palm Court lounge.
Bedrooms: 305
Picc~di||v, lctdct W1Y 7BX
T: -44 (0)20 7499 6321
F: -44 (0)20 7499 1965
E: cet|t~|.|ctdct.tesetv~|icts
«s|~twccdhc|e|s.cct
sheraton.com/parklane
Hyde Park Corner
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Park Plaza Sherlock 4G
Holmes London 4H
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This hotel is centrally located
on Baker Street, within walking
distance of Lord’s Cricket Ground
and only 15 minutes to Wembley
Stadium by Tube. The hotel boasts
Sherlock’s buzzing Bar & Grill as
well as the Aurora treatment room
and a fitness suite.
Bedrooms: 119
108 B~let S|tee|, lctdct W1U 6l1
T: -44 (0)20 7486 6161
F: -44 (0)20 7958 5211
E: ppshtes«pphe.cct
parkplaza.com
Baker Street
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The Ritz London 7K
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Opened by hotelier César Ritz
in 1906, the Ritz celebrated its
centenary in 2006 and still retains
a sense of glamour. It offers five
types of suite with fully restored
period interiors.
Bedrooms: 135
150 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 9BR
T: -44 (0)20 7493 8181
F: -44 (0)20 7493 2687
E: etquite«|heti|z|ctdct.cct
theritzlondon.com
Green Park
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Sanderson 5K
This West End hotel is dubbed
an ‘Urban Spa’. The landmark
1950s building has a landscape
interior garden, the 10,000 square
foot Agua Spa and the Malaysian
restaurant Suka.
Bedrooms: 150
50 Bettets S|tee|, lctdct W1T 3NG
T: -44 (0)20 7300 1400
F: -44 (0)20 7300 1401
E: s~tdetsct«tctj~tshc|e|jtcup.cct
morganshotelgroup.com
Oxford Circus/Tottenham Court Road
/Goodge Street
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Thistle Marble Arch 5G
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Jazz musician Glenn Miller lived in
the apartments that became the
Thistle Marble Arch, and the hotel
bar showcases music memorabilia.
The lobby has a stained-glass
ceiling, a marble floor and Asian
furnishings. There is also free
gym access.
Bedrooms: 692
Btv~ts|ct S|tee|, lctdct W1H 7EH
T: -44 (0)870 333 9116
F: -44 (0)870 333 9126
E: t~tb|e~tch«|his||e.cc.ul
thistle.com
Marble Arch/Bond Street
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Leicester Square
W London – Leicester Square is set
in the heart of London’s West End.
Revel in magnificent stylish spaces
and vivid design. 192 guest rooms
and suites welcome guests with
high-energy interiors, and uniquely
modern amenities to fulfil
every wish.
Bedrooms: 192
10 W~tdcut S|tee|, leices|et Squ~te,
lctdct W1D 6OF
T: -44 (0)20 7290 7231
E: w|eices|etsqu~te.s~|es«whc|e|s.cct
wlondon.co.uk
/ Leicester Square
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£151-£200
The Courthouse 5K
Doubletree by Hilton
This hotel is situated in an old
Grade II listed Magistrates Court, in
the heart of London’s shopping and
theatre district. Private BBQs
are available on the roof terrace
in summer.
Bedrooms: 116
19-21 Gte~| M~t|bctcujh S|tee|,
lctdct W1F 7Hl
T: -44 (0)20 7297 5555
F: -44 (0)20 7297 5566
E: it|c«ccut|hcuse-hc|e|.cct
courthouse-hotel.com
Oxford Circus
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Hilton London 7J
Green Park
Set between two leafy Royal Parks
and the shops of Oxford Street, this
hotel is close to Buckingham Palace
and Theatreland. Contemporary
international food is served in the
Tiger Green Brasserie and cocktails
are available in the lounge bar.
Bedrooms: 162
H~|| Mcct S|tee|, lctdct W11 7BN
T: -44 (0)20 7629 7522
F: -44 (0)20 7491 8971
E: tesetv~|icts.jteetp~tl«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/greenpark
Green Park
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Holiday Inn 3J
Regent’s Park
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A contemporary and stylish hotel
located in the West End, it is the
perfect base from which to explore
London, with Buckingham Palace,
the London Eye and Hyde Park
nearby. The Junction restaurant
provides both an informal dining
experience and a relaxed venue
to enjoy a light snack or an
evening cocktail.
Bedrooms: 332
C~tbut|ct S|tee|, lctdct W1W 5EE
T: -44 (0)870 400 9111
F: -44 (0)20 7387 2806
E: |ctdcttejet|sp~tl«ihj.cct
holiday-inn.co.uk/regentspark
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Hyatt Regency London 5H
– the Churchill
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This hotel overlooks the gardens
of Portman Square and offers the
highest standards of service. It is
minutes from Paddington station
and its fast train service to
Heathrow Airport.
Bedrooms: 444
30 Pct|t~t Squ~te, lctdct W1H 7BH
T: -44 (0)20 7486 5800
F: -44 (0)20 7486 1255
E: |ctdct.chutchi||«hv~||.cct
london.churchill.hyatt.com
Marble Arch
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London Marriott 6H
Hotel Grosvenor Square
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First built as a townhouse, this chic
hotel has a new floor of luxurious
club bedrooms. Gordon Ramsay’s
Michelin-starred Maze restaurant
serves a fusion of French and
Asian cuisine, while Maze Grill is
modelled on the informal style of
New York dining.
Bedrooms: 237
Gtcsvetct Squ~te, lctdct W1K 61P
T: -44 (0)20 7493 1232
F: -44 (0)20 7491 3201
E: |ctdct.tejict~|.tesetv~|icts
«t~ttic||.cct
marriottgrosvenorsquare.com
Bond Street
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Radisson Blu 5G
Portman Hotel
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Located next to Oxford Street on
leafy Portman Square, this vibrant
hotel is perfectly situated for both
leisure and business travellers.
Guests enjoy buffet breakfast and
free WiFi.
Bedrooms: 272
22 Pct|t~t Squ~te, lctdct W1H 7BG
T: -44 (0)20 7208 6000
F: -44 (0)20 7208 6001
E: s~|es.|ctdct«t~dissctb|u.cct
radissonblu.co.uk/london
Marble Arch/Bond Street
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Saint Georges Hotel 5J
This hotel near Oxford Circus
Tube station has recently been
refurbished, and features
air-conditioning and views over
London. Heights Restaurant, Bar
and Lounge offer European cuisine.
Bedrooms: 92
l~tjh~t P|~ce, lctdct W1B 2OS
T: -44 (0)20 7580 0111
F: -44 (0)20 7436 7997
E: tesetv~|icts«s~it|jectjeshc|e|.cct
saintgeorgeshotel.com
Oxford Circus
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The Marylebone Hotel 4H
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After a lavish and elegant
refurbishment, The Marylebone
Hotel is now one of the finest hotels
in London – a haven of understated
and contemporary luxury right in the
heart of the Marylebone district.
Bedrooms: 257
47 We|becl S|tee|, lctdct W1G 8DN
T: -44 (0)20 7486 6600
F: -44 (0)20 7486 7492
E: t~tv|ebcte«dcv|ecc||ec|ict.cct
doylecollection.com/marylebone
Bond Street
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The Sumner 5G
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Part of an 1820s Georgian terrace,
this hotel combines tradition with
modern comfort. Rooms are all
decorated by designers, while the
sitting room features an original
fireplace and timber flooring.
Bedrooms: 20
54 Uppet Betle|ev S|tee|,
lctdct W1H 7OR
T: -44 (0)20 7723 2244
F: -44 (0)870 705 8767
E: tesetv~|icts«suttethc|e|.cct
sumnerhotel.com
Marble Arch
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The Cumberland 5G
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Which other West End hotel
can boast a lobby that’s also a
contemporary art gallery? This
stunning hotel has the Michelin-
starred Rhodes W1 Restaurant, two
further restaurants, two lounges
and the designer bar Carbon. There
are more than 1,000 luxurious
bedrooms, including suites and
apartments, all with air-conditioning
and LCD TVs. The Cumberland is
perfectly placed for shopping trips
– the hotel overlooks Oxford Street,
Selfridges is two minutes’ walk away
– and is close to Marble Arch Tube.
Bedrooms: 1,016
Gte~| Cutbet|~td P|~ce,
lctdct W1H 7Dl
T: -44 (0)871 376 9014
T: -44 (0)845 305 8314
F: -44 (0)871 376 9114
F: -44 (0)845 305 8353
E: jtcups~|es.|hecutbet|~td
«juct~t.cc.ul
guoman.com
Marble Arch
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Square
£201+
myhotel Bloomsbury 4L
Through feng shui and cutting-
edge design by Conran & Partners,
myhotel Bloomsbury attracts trendy
visitors. It is close to the lively areas
of Covent Garden and Soho.
Bedrooms: 77
11-13 B~v|ev S|tee|, Bed|ctd Squ~te,
lctdct WC1B 3HD
T: -44 (0)20 3004 6000
F: -44 (0)20 3004 6044
E: b|cctsbutv«tvhc|e|s.cct
myhotels.com
Tottenham Court Road
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One Aldwych 6N
´ ´ ´ ´ ´ Gold Award
A contemporary luxury hotel in
Theatreland, One Aldwych features
an 18-metre chlorine-free swimming
pool with underwater music, plus
two restaurants and two bars. Fresh
fruit and flowers are delivered daily.
Bedrooms: 105
1 A|dwvch, lctdct WC2B 4RH
T: -44 (0)20 7300 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7300 1001
E: tesetv~|icts«cte~|dwvch.cct
onealdwych.com
Covent Garden/Temple
/ Charing Cross
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Renaissance London 4N
Chancery Court Hotel
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This 5-star hotel claims to have
some of the largest rooms in
London. The award-winning day
spa has a gold-leafed relaxation
room, while Pearl Restaurant by Jun
Tanaka serves modern French fare.
Bedrooms: 356
252 Hijh Hc|bctt, lctdct WC1V 7EN
T: -44 (0)20 7829 9888
F: -44 (0)20 7829 9889
E: thi.|ctcc.s~|es.ccctd
«tet~iss~tcehc|e|s.cct
renaissancechancerycourt.com
Holborn
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St Martins Lane 6M
From the modern to the baroque,
French designer Philippe Starck
has brought a range of influences
to St Martins Lane. Interactive light
displays allow guests to personalise
their rooms.
Bedrooms: 204
45 S| M~t|it's l~te, lctdct WC2N 4HX
T: -44 (0)20 7300 5500
F: -44 (0)20 7300 5501
E: st|«tctj~tshc|e|jtcup.cct
morganshotelgroup.com
Leicester Square
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Radisson Edwardian 6L
Hampshire
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At the heart of London’s
Theatreland, this imposing hotel
is something of a Leicester
Square landmark. With the
accent on contemporary
elegance, luxe fabrics and
muted shades make the
individually designed rooms
calming and comfortable, and
the hotel’s warmth and geniality
belies the red-carpet glamour
of its location. The Hampshire
Bar & Restaurant buzzes and is
perfect for alfresco dining on
the square.
Bedrooms: 127
31-36 leices|et Squ~te,
lctdct WC2H 7lH
T: -44 (0)20 7839 9399
F: -44 (0)20 7930 8122
E: tesh~tp«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/hampshire
Leicester Square
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Radisson Edwardian 4M
Kenilworth
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Characterful, cultured and
calm, the Kenilworth is warmly
inviting and quietly stylish in the
heart of bookish Bloomsbury.
Light floods the airy lobby and
laid-back bar through elegant
arched windows, and a striking
original art collection adds real
individuality. Service is unfailingly
friendly, and you’re equally
well placed here for the City,
the West End or Eurostar’s St
Pancras International terminal.
Bedrooms: 186
97 Gte~| Russe|| S|tee|,
lctdct WC1B 3Bl
T: -44 (0)20 7637 3477
F: -44 (0)20 7631 3133
E: tesleti«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/kenilworth
Tottenham Court Road
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The Savoy, A Fairmont 6N
Managed Hotel
Fresh from a £200 million
restoration, The Savoy is a
combination of art deco and
Edwardian styles. It offers Thames
views, three restaurants, including
the Michelin-recognised Savoy Grill,
and two bars, including the
Beaufort Bar.
Bedrooms: 268
S|t~td, lctdct WC2R 0EU
T: -44 (0)20 7836 4343
F: -44 (0)20 7240 6040
E: s~vcv«|~ittct|.cct
fairmont.com/savoy
Embankment/ Charing Cross
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Swissôtel The Howard, 6N
London
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Views at the Swissôtel The Howard,
London, stretch from the Houses of
Parliament to St Paul’s Cathedral.
Twelve luxury suites on the top
floors have private balconies
or terraces.
Bedrooms: 189
Tetp|e P|~ce, lctdct WC2R 2PR
T: -44 (0)20 7836 3555
F: -44 (0)20 7379 4547
E: |ctdct«swissc|e|.cct
london.swissotel.com
Temple
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The Waldorf Hilton 6N
The Waldorf Hilton recently
celebrated its centenary and boasts
a prime location in the heart of
Theatreland. Rooms have designer
Ligne Roset beds, plasma screen
TVs and air-conditioning. The Grand
Salon restaurant serves British
cuisine and there is a 14m swimming
pool in the original Masonic temple.
Bedrooms: 298
A|dwvch, lctdct WC2B 4DD
T: -44 (0)20 7836 2400
F: -44 (0)20 7836 7244
E: etquitv.w~|dct||ctdct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/waldorf
/ Charing Cross Covent Garden
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£151-£200
The Academy, The 4L
Bloomsbury Town House
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This boutique townhouse hotel
is skilfully created by linking five
impressive Georgian houses together.
Guests enjoy the quirkiness and
warmth of a large private home with
two private gardens, conservatory
and library. A short walk from Covent
Garden, Oxford Street, Chinatown
and The British Museum.
Bedrooms: 49
17-21 Gcwet S|tee|, lctdct WC1E 6HG
T: -44 (0)20 7631 4115
F: -44 (0)20 7636 3442
E: tes~c~detv«|hee|ctcc||ec|ict.cct
theetoncollection.com/academy
Goodge Street/Tottenham Court Road
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The Bloomsbury Hotel 4M
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Originally designed for the YWCA by
one of Britain’s greatest architects,
Sir Edwin Lutyens, this neo-
Georgian building offers a superb
location, just minutes from Soho,
the West End and the City.
Bedrooms: 153
16-22 Gte~| Russe|| S|tee|,
lctdct WC1B 3NN
T: -44 (0)20 7347 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7347 1001
E: b|cctsbutv«dcv|ecc||ec|ict.cct
doylecollection.com/bloomsbury
Tottenham Court Road
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Holiday Inn Bloomsbury 3M
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Located just off Russell Square, this
hotel is near the Piccadilly line for
direct access to Heathrow terminals.
All rooms are quiet, with air-
conditioning and WiFi. The Junction
restaurant provides good food in a
relaxed setting, while Callaghans
Irish Bar offers Irish beers, authentic
food and live sports coverage.
Bedrooms: 311
Cct~t S|tee|, lctdct WC1N 1HT
T: -44 (0)871 942 9222
F: -44 (0)20 7837 5374
E: b|cctsbutv«ihj.cct
holidayinn.co.uk/bloomsbury
Russell Square
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Montague on the 4M
Gardens

With its own private garden, The
Montague is an escape from the city.
Pets are welcome, and children can
have their own special bathrobes,
plus towels folded into elephant and
swan shapes.
Bedrooms: 99
15 Mct|~jue S|tee|, lctdct WC1B 5B1
T: -44 (0)20 7637 1001
F: -44 (0)20 7637 2516
E: bcclt|«tcht~i|.cct
montaguehotel.com
Russell Square/Holborn
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Park Inn London, 4M
Russell Square
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The newly renovated Park Inn
London has retained its beautiful
Edwardian façade. Inside, air-
conditioned rooms have a traditional
English décor with wooden
furnishings and printed fabrics.
Bedrooms: 246
92 Scu|h~tp|ct Rcw, lctdct WC1B 4BH
T: -44 (0)20 7242 2828
F: -44 (0)20 7831 9170
parkinn.co.uk
Holborn/Russell Square
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Strand Palace Hotel 6N
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The Strand Place Hotel has recently
unveiled a stylish £4.5 million
transformation of public areas
and bedrooms, and is surrounded
by some of London’s finest
architectural and cultural landmarks.
Bedrooms: 783, plus two suites
372 S|t~td, lctdct WC2R 011
T: -44 (0)20 7836 8080
F: -44 (0)20 7836 2077
E: tesetv~|icts«s|t~tdp~|~cehc|e|.cc.ul
strandpalacehotel.co.uk
/ Charing Cross Covent Garden
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Radisson Edwardian 6L
Leicester Square
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Silver Award
Tucked between The National
Gallery and Leicester Square,
this is a perfect hideaway in the
heart of the West End. Cool and
clutter-free, with soothing pale
leathers and striking original art,
there’s a sense of tranquillity
rare for such a central location.
The Leicester Square Bar &
Restaurant is a welcome
retreat from the hustle of
its namesake.
Bedrooms: 60
3 S| M~t|it's S|tee|,
lctdct WC2H 7Hl
T: -44 (0)20 7930 8641
F: -44 (0)20 7451 0191
E: tes|eic«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/leicestersquare
Leicester Square
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Radisson Edwardian 5M
Mountbatten
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Silver Award
A landmark at the heart of
Covent Garden’s hip Seven Dials
village, this is a boutique retreat
on the doorstep of London’s
most celebrated theatres.
Imbued with the relaxed vibe
of its neighbourhood, there’s a
genuine sense of community
here, from the warmth of the
welcome to the conviviality of
Dial Bar & Restaurant. In the
midst of the city, a haven to
restore and revive.
Bedrooms: 151
20 Mcttcu|h S|tee|,
lctdct WC2H 9HD
T: -44 (0)20 7836 4300
F: -44 (0)20 7240 3540
E: testcut«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/mountbatten
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
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Radisson Edwardian 5M
Bloomsbury Street
Hotel
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Newly transformed, the
Bloomsbury Street Hotel brings
style and comfort together
beautifully. An atmospheric
ambience reminds you this is
no corporate formula hotel, and
there’s a pleasantly informal vibe
to the chic new Bloomsbury
Street Bar & Restaurant, where
menus showcase the best British
ingredients of the season.
Bedrooms: 174
9-13 B|cctsbutv S|tee|,
lctdct WC1B 3OD
T: -44 (0)20 7636 5601
F: -44 (0)20 7636 0532
E: tesbsh«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/bloomsburystreet
Tottenham Court Road
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1700 new-look bedrooms
£100 million invested in refurbishment
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Charing Cross 6M
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This beautifully restored Grade II
listed building has timeless elegance
and grandeur. The most central hotel
in London, overlooking the Strand
and Trafalgar Square, is the gateway
to London’s West End and its
world-famous shops, theatres and
other attractions. The hotel has 239
luxurious bedrooms and junior suites,
all with air-conditioning and LCD TVs.
The restaurant has an AA rosette
and great views over the Strand, and
there is also a peaceful lounge, lively
bar and fully equipped gym.
Bedrooms: 239
S|t~td, lctdct WC2N 5HX
T: -44 (0)871 376 9012
T: -44 (0)845 305 8312
F: -44 (0)871 376 9112
F: -44 (0)845 305 8351
E: jtcups.ch~titjctcss«juct~t.cc.ul
guoman.com
/ Charing Cross
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Hilton London Euston 2L
Just two minutes’ walk from Euston
station and less than ten minutes’
walk from St Pancras International
and the Eurostar terminal. Guests
can use the sauna and outdoor
exercise area, or hire a bicycle to see
London’s sights. Fine food is served
in Woburn Place Dining Room.
Bedrooms: 150
17-18 Uppet Wcbutt P|~ce,
lctdct WC1H 0HT
T: -44 (0)20 7943 4500
F: -44 (0)20 7943 4501
E: tesetv~|icts.eus|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/euston
/ Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
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£81-£100
The Kingsley, by Thistle 4M
London
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Stunningly transformed following
a £10 million restoration and
refurbishment, The Kingsley is
set in the heart of the West End,
with easy access to the City, The
British Museum, Covent Garden
and Oxford Street. The Kingsley’s
bedrooms have been modernised,
combining contemporary furnishings
and new technology, such as LCD
TVs, with Edwardian charm. This
129-bedroom hotel includes 16
executive rooms, and you can dine in
style in the Kingsley Two brasserie
and bar.
Bedrooms: 129
B|cctsbutv W~v, lctdct WC1A 2SD
T: -44 (0)871 376 9006
F: -44 (0)871 376 9106
E: |helitjs|ev«|his||e.cc.ul
thistle.com/thekingsley
Holborn
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Travelodge London 5M
Covent Garden
Less than half a mile from the
West End, Soho, Oxford Street
and Leicester Square, Travelodge
London Covent Garden is ideally
positioned. All rooms are ensuite,
have comfortable beds, TVs and
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 392
10 Dtutv l~te, lctdct WC2B 5RE
T: -44 (0)871 984 6245
F: -44 (0)20 7831 1548
travelodge.co.uk
/ Charing Cross
Holborn/Covent Garden
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Travelodge London 3R
Farringdon
Located less than two miles from
The British Museum and within
walking distance of King’s Cross
and St Pancras International
stations. All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free tea/
coffee-making facilities. There is a
Bar Café on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 219
10-42 Kitj's Ctcss Rc~d,
lctdct WC1X 9lN
T: -44 (0)871 984 6274
F: -44 (0)20 7278 8952
travelodge.co.uk
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
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Travelodge London 2N
Kings Cross
Within walking distance of King’s
Cross St Pancras and Euston
stations, less than a mile from the
London Eye. All rooms are ensuite,
have comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 140
Wi||itjs Hcuse, 356-364 Gt~v’s ltt
Rc~d, lctdct WC1X 8BH
T: -44 (0)871 984 6256
F: -44 (0)20 7278 8063
E: litjsctcss«|t~ve|cdje.cc.ul
travelodge.co.uk
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
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Travelodge London 2N
Kings Cross Royal Scot
Within walking distance of King’s
Cross, St Pancras and Euston
stations. All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 408
100 Kitj's Ctcss Rc~d,
lctdct WC1X 9DT
T: -44 (0)871 984 6272
F: -44 (0)20 7833 8261
travelodge.co.uk
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
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Bayswater
£151-£200
Hilton London 6C
Hyde Park
This contemporary hotel is just a
mile from the West End. Rooms are
bright and airy, while The Dining
Room serves modern international
cuisine and The Library Lounge
offers light snacks.
Bedrooms: 129
129 B~vsw~|et Rc~d, lctdct W2 4R1
T: -44 (0)20 7221 2217
F: -44 (0)20 7229 0557
E: tesetv~|icts.hvdep~tl«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/hydepark
Bayswater
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Lancaster London 6E
(formerly the Royal
Lancaster)
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Lancaster London is renowned for
its panoramic views over Hyde Park.
The guestrooms and suites have
elegant décor and the hotel is a few
minutes’ walk from Paddington, the
shopping districts of Oxford Street
and Bond Street, and West End
theatres, museums and attractions.
Bedrooms: 416
l~tc~s|et Tett~ce, lctdct W2 2TY
T: -44 (0)20 7262 6737
F: -44 (0)20 7724 3191
E: bccl«|~tc~s|et|ctdct.cct
lancasterlondon.com
Lancaster Gate
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The Royal Park Hotel 5E
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This hotel is made up of three
carefully restored 19th-century
townhouses. All rooms offer
handmade beds, antique furniture
and period features, 24-hour
room service and a well-
connected concierge.
Bedrooms: 48
3 Wes|bcutte Tett~ce, lctdct W2 3Ul
T: -44 (0)20 7479 6600
F: -44 (0)20 7479 6601
E: it|c«|hetcv~|p~tl.cct
theroyalpark.com
/ Paddington
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Berjaya Eden Park Hotel 6C
Built in 1860, this Victorian hotel is
set within a tree-lined terrace. It is
close to the north side of the Royal
Parks and west of Oxford Street
shopping area.
Bedrooms: 135
35-39 ltvettess Tett~ce,
lctdct W2 31S
T: -44 (0)20 7221 2220
F: -44 (0)20 7221 2286
E: tesetv~|icts«betj~v~edet.cc.ul
berjayaresorts.com.my
Bayswater
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The Caesar Hotel 6D
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This modern hotel is in the
residential area of Queen’s Gardens,
near Hyde Park. For fine dining, the
XO Restaurant offers international
cuisine on a daily basis.
Bedrooms: 140
26-33 Oueet’s G~tdets, lctdct W2 3BD
T: -44 (0)20 7262 0022
F: -44 (0)20 7402 5099
E: |hec~es~t«detbvhc|e|s.cct
derbyhotels.com
Lancaster Gate/Queensway
/Paddington
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Commodore Hotel 6D
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Situated in a peaceful tree-lined
square opposite Hyde Park, this
luxury townhouse hotel offers
accommodation that caters for the
demands of the discerning business
and leisure traveller.
Bedrooms: 79
50 l~tc~s|et G~|e, lctdct W2 3NA
T: -44 (0)20 7402 5291
F: -44 (0)20 7262 1088
E: tesetv~|icts«ccttcdcte-hc|e|.cct
hotel-commodore.com
Lancaster Gate
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Hilton London Metropole 4F
This expansive hotel is a leisure
destination offering a selection of
bars and restaurants, a health club
with indoor pool, a hairdresser and
two shops.
Bedrooms: 1,054
225 Edjw~te Rc~d, lctdct W2 11U
T: -44 (0)20 7402 4141
F: -44 (0)20 7616 6482
E: cbs.|ctdctte|«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/londonmet
Edgware Road
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Hilton London 5E
Paddington
Well-connected by footbridge to
Paddington station, this hotel is also
15 minutes from Heathrow Airport
by the express rail service. Rooms
come with marble bathrooms and
WiFi, and guests can use the gym
and sauna.
Bedrooms: 364
146 Pt~ed S|tee|, lctdct W2 1EE
T: -44 (0)20 7850 0500
F: -44 (0)20 7850 0600
E: tesetv~|icts.p~dditj|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/paddington
/ Paddington
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Holiday Villa Hotel 6D
A row of Victorian townhouses have
been converted to create this hotel,
with an emphasis on Malaysian
hospitality. The restaurant even
serves Halal Malaysian and
Chinese cuisine.
Bedrooms: 100
35-37 leits|et G~tdets,
lctdct W2 3AN
T: -44 (0)20 7258 0269
F: -44 (0)20 7723 7295
E: hc|id~v ¸vi||~ul«v~hcc.cc.ul
holidayvillahotellondon.com
/ Paddington
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Novotel London 5E
Paddington
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Novotel London Paddington is
located just five minutes’ walk from
Paddington station, which offers
great access to Heathrow Airport,
and with the station’s four Tube lines,
the whole of the capital is within fast
and easy reach. Modern, spacious
and comfortable, the Novation
bedrooms have been designed to
offer a relaxing stay.
Bedrooms: 206
3 Kitjdct S|tee|, She|dct Squ~te,
lctdct W2 6BD
T: -44 (0)20 7266 6000
F: -44 (0)20 7266 6010
E: h6455«~ccct.cct
novotel .com
/ Paddington
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Park Inn Hyde Park 6D
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Contemporary hotel, just steps away
from Hyde Park and Kensington
Gardens and within walking distance
of major attractions and shopping
areas. Excellent transport networks
nearby. Facilities include a bar and
restaurant, room service, 24-hour
reception, air-conditioning and
WiFi throughout.
Bedrooms: 188
66 l~tc~s|et G~|e, lctdct W2 3NZ
T: -44 (0)20 7262 5090
F: -44 (0)20 7723 1244
E: it|c.hvdep~tl«tezidctp~tlitt.cct
hydepark.parkinn.co.uk
/ Paddington
Lancaster Gate/Queensway
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£81-£100
Bayswater Inn 6C
Completely refurbished with two
lifts to each floor, all rooms here
have ensuite bathrooms, while the
peaceful coffee shop, restaurant and
bar overlook the garden.
Bedrooms: 139
8-16 Ptitces Squ~te, lctdct W2 4NT
T: -44 (0)20 7727 8621
F: -44 (0)20 7727 3346
E: tesetv~|icts«b~vsw~|etitt.cc.ul
bayswaterinn.co.uk
Bayswater/Queensway
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Garden Court Hotel 6C
This independent boutique hotel
has been owned and run by the
same family for 56 years. Very clean
and friendly.
Bedrooms: 32
30-31 Ketsitj|ct G~tdets Squ~te,
lctdct W2 4BG
T: -44 (0)20 7229 2553
F: -44 (0)20 7727 2749
E: it|c«j~tdetccut|hc|e|.cc.ul
gardencourthotel.co.uk
Bayswater
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umi Hotel 5C
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This value hotel is located in a
quiet garden square in the trendy
Notting Hill/Bayswater area. It has
a concierge service, plus the
stylish Yumi coffee shop and
1356 restaurant.
Bedrooms: 116
16 leits|et Squ~te, lctdct W2 4PR
T: -44 (0)20 7221 9131
F: -44 (0)20 7221 4073
E: tesetv~|icts«utihc|e|s.cc.ul
umihotellondon.co.uk
Bayswater/Queensway
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£51-£80
Thistle Kensington 6D
Gardens
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With superb views over Hyde Park
and Kensington Gardens from
many of the modern bedrooms, the
contemporary Thistle Kensington
Gardens is just minutes from Oxford
Street, Park Lane, Knightsbridge
and the West End. There are 174
bedrooms, including 35 executive
rooms and three junior suites. Dine
on fresh, seasonal dishes and fine
wines in the restaurant, or enjoy a
light snack and evening drink in the
bar and lounge.
Bedrooms: 174
104 B~vsw~|et Rc~d, lctdct W2 3Hl
T: -44 (0)20 7022 2361
F: -44 (0)871 376 9124
E: letsitj|ctj~tdets«|his||e.cc.ul
thistle.com/kensingtongardens
Queensway
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SW3/5/6/7/8
Chelsea/Earls
Court/South
Kensington
£201+
The Baglioni, London 8D
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The Baglioni brings Italian style to
Kensington. Complimentary services
include butlers, valet parking and
internet access. The Brunello
restaurant offers comforting
Italian cuisine.
Bedrooms: 67 including 49 suites
60 Hvde P~tl G~|e, lctdct SW7 5BB
T: -44 (0)20 7368 5700
F: -44 (0)20 7368 5701
E: it|c«b~j|ictihc|e||ctdct.cct
baglionihotels.com
High Street Kensington/Gloucester Road
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The Bentley London 10D
- The Waldorf Astoria
Collection
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The Bentley Hotel has luxuriously
designed rooms and suites,
including the handsomely appointed
and unique Imperial Suite complete
with a grand piano and a dining
room for 12. Ensuite marble
bathrooms come complete with
walk-in shower and Jacuzzi.
Bedrooms: 64
27-33 H~ttitj|ct G~tdets,
lctdct SW7 41X
T: -44 (0)20 7244 5555
F: -44 (0)20 7244 5566
E: it|c«|hebet||ev-hc|e|.cct
thebentley-hotel.com
Gloucester Road
The Capital Hotel 8G
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
The Capital opened 40 years ago
and is still a family-run hotel. All
rooms are individually designed with
super-king-sized beds, handmade
mattresses and air-conditioning. The
legendary restaurant serves British
and French-style cuisine.
Bedrooms: 49
22-24 B~si| S|tee|, lctdct SW3 1AT
T: -44 (0)20 7589 5171
F: -44 (0)20 7225 0011
E: tesetv~|icts«c~pi|~|hc|e|.cc.ul
capitalhotel.co.uk
Knightsbridge
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Draycott Hotel 10G
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This townhouse suite hotel occupies
three red-brick Edwardian homes,
around the corner from Chelsea’s
Sloane Square and Kensington.
Most rooms have fireplaces and
overlook a private garden.
Bedrooms: 35
26 C~dcj~t G~tdets, lctdct SW3 2RP
T: -44 (0)20 7730 6466
F: -44 (0)20 7730 0236
E: it|c«dt~vcc||hc|e|.cct
draycotthotel.com
Sloane Square
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The Egerton House Hotel 9F
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This hotel features fine fabrics and
antique Italian furnishings, although
each room is unique. There is also a
collection of original artworks from
artists such as Picasso, Matisse and
Toulouse-Lautrec.
Bedrooms: 28
17-19 Ejet|ct Tett~ce, Ktijh|sbtidje,
lctdct SW3 2BX
T: -44 (0)20 7589 2412
F: -44 (0)20 7584 6540
E: bcclej«tcht~i|.cct
egertonhousehotel.com
South Kensington
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The Kensington Hotel 10E
´ ´ ´ ´
Last year’s £25 million top-to-toe
facelift has resulted in individual
stylish bedrooms and suites,
a vibrant cocktail bar, modern
restaurant, gym, treatment rooms
and an exclusive nightclub.
Bedrooms: 149
109-113 Oueet's G~|e,
lctdct SW7 5lR
T: -44 (0)20 7589 6300
F: -44 (0)20 7589 7659
E: letsitj|ct«dcv|ecc||ec|ict.cct
doylecollection.com/kensington
South Kensington
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Millennium Gloucester 10D
Hotel & Conference Centre
London Kensington
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This hotel offers 610 bedrooms
ideal for both the business and
leisure traveller. The hotel is only
a short distance from places of
interest, Earls Court and Olympia
Exhibition Centres.
Bedrooms: 610
4-18 H~ttitj|ct G~tdets,
lctdct SW7 4lH
T: -44 (0)20 7373 6030
F: -44 (0)20 7373 0409
E: tesetv~|icts.j|cuces|et
«ti||ettiuthc|e|s.cc.ul
millenniumhotels.co.uk
Gloucester Road
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myhotel Chelsea 10F
myhotel Chelsea feels like a modern
country house, thanks to feng shui
and cutting-edge design. It features
45 guest rooms, the stylish mybar,
pamper rooms and a conservatory
for residents only.
Bedrooms: 45
35 lxwct|h P|~ce, lctdct SW3 3OX
T: -44 (0)20 7225 7500
F: -44 (0)20 7225 7555
E: che|se~«tvhc|e|s.cct
myhotels.com
South Kensington
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San Domenico House 10G
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San Domenico House has been
awarded ‘Best London B&B
2008/2009’ by the AA. Located in
the heart of fashionable Chelsea,
it offers privacy and a personalised
service for any guest wishing to
enjoy comfort, relaxation and peace
of mind.
Bedrooms: 15
29-31 Dt~vcc|| P|~ce,
lctdct SW3 2SH
T: -44 (0)20 7581 5757
F: -44 (0)20 7548 1348
E: it|c«s~tdcteticchcuse.cct
sandomenicohouse.com
Sloane Square
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£151-£200
Abba Queen’s Gate 9D
London Hotel
A Victorian townhouse that dates
back to the 1850s. Having just been
refurbished, the Grade II listed Abba
Queen’s Gate London Hotel blends
a range of period features with a
modern design. It is just a short walk
from Hyde Park.
Bedrooms: 82
32 Oueet's G~|e, lctdct SW7 51A
T: -44 (0)20 7584 7222
F: -44 (0)20 7589 3910
E: queetsj~|e«~bb~hc|e|s.cct
abbahotels.com
Gloucester Road
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The Cranley 10D
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The Cranley is made up of three
charming townhouses built in 1869.
Rooms offer handmade four-poster
or canopied beds, and private dining
is available in all rooms and suites.
Bedrooms: 39
10 Bit~ G~tdets, lctdct SW5 0lA
T: -44 (0)20 7373 0123
F: -44 (0)20 7373 9497
E: it|c«|hect~t|ev.cct
thecranley.com
Gloucester Road
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Holiday Inn London 10D
Kensington Forum
This contemporary hotel is near
many of London’s big attractions,
including Harrods, the Royal Albert
Hall, and the Science Museum. All
rooms are air-conditioned, while the
higher floors also offer fantastic
views across London. There is also a
24-hour fitness room.
Bedrooms: 906
97 Ctctwe|| Rc~d, lctdct SW7 4DN
T: -44 (0)870 400 9100
F: -44 (0)20 7412 0568
E: letsitj|ct|ctut«ihj.cct
hikensingtonforumhotel.co.uk
Gloucester Road
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£101-£150
Pestana Chelsea Bridge
Hotel & Spa
This newly opened hotel in Chelsea
Wharf offers 216 luxury, spacious
rooms, a Club Floor, spa and
lifestyle centre, six meeting rooms
to cater for ten to 500 delegates,
international cuisine restaurant,
bar and coffee shop, and
parking facilities.
Bedrooms: 216
354 Oueets|cwt Rc~d,
lctdct SW8 4AEA
T: -44 (0)20 7062 8000
F: -44 (0)20 7978 2430
E: tes.ul«pes|~t~.cct
pestana-chelseabridge.co.uk
Battersea Park /Victoria
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Jurys Inn Chelsea
This hotel is near fashionable King’s
Road and within easy reach of
Chelsea and Fulham Football clubs.
The top floor is designed by the late
British designer Laura Ashley.
Bedrooms: 172
ltpeti~| Rc~d, lctdct SW6 2GA
T: -44 (0)20 7411 2200
F: -44 (0)20 7411 2444
E: jutvsittche|se~«jutvsitts.cct
jurysinns.com
Fulham Broadway
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Radisson Edwardian 10D
Vanderbilt
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An imposing Georgian
mansion in fashionable South
Kensington, the Vanderbilt stays
faithful to its past but espouses
modern comfort. Moments from
London’s world-class museums,
step into the frescoed lobby and
take in a wonderful ambience of
open fireplaces, deep sofas and
stylish rooms.
68-86 Ctctwe|| Rc~d,
lctdct SW7 5BT
T: -44 (0)20 7761 9000
F: -44 (0)20 7761 9001
E: tesv~td«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/vanderbilt
Bedrooms: 215
Gloucester Road
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Millennium Bailey’s 10D
Hotel London Kensington
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This magnificently restored Victorian
townhouse hotel dates back to
1876, and features an original
sweeping staircase, stained-glass
windows and intricate stonework,
which offer a unique sense of style
and charm.
Bedrooms: 211
140 G|cuces|et Rc~d, lctdct SW7 4OH
T: -44 (0)20 7373 6000
F: -44 (0)20 7373 6340
E: tesetv~|icts.b~i|evs«ti||ettiut
hc|e|s.cc.ul
millenniumhotels.co.uk
Gloucester Road
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Copthorne Hotels at
Chelsea Football Club
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Chelsea Football Club offers many
hours of leisure and entertainment,
plus 4-star hotels. There are three
restaurants and two bars, plus
on-site parking. It is located outside
the Congestion Charge zone.
Bedrooms: 275
S|~t|ctd Btidje, Fu|h~t Rc~d,
lctdct SW6 1HS
T: -44 (0)20 7565 1400
F: -44 (0)20 7565 1450
E: tesetv~|icts.che|se~
«ti||ettiuthc|e|s.cc.ul
millenniumhotels.co.uk
Fulham Broadway
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£51-£80
Enterprise Hotel 10C
 Silver Award
Guests at the Enterprise have
access to a relaxing lounge with
complimentary newspapers. They
also receive a 20 per cent discount
at the restaurant, and can drink in
the late bar.
Bedrooms: 100
15-25 Hcj~t|h Rc~d, lctdct SW5 0O1
T: -44 (0)20 7373 4502
F: -44 (0)20 7373 5115
E: it|c«et|etptisehc|e|.cc.ul
enterprisehotel.co.uk
Earl's Court
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Ibis London Earls Court
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This modern hotel is moments
from Earls Court Exhibition Centre
and many other tourist attractions.
Traditional food is served in the
restaurant, while snacks are on
offer at typical English pub The
George and Dragon. There is private
indoor parking.
Bedrooms: 504
47 li||ie Rc~d, lctdct SW6 1UD
T: -44 (0)20 7610 0880
F: -44 (0)20 7381 4450
E: h5623«~ccct.cct
ibishotel.com
/ West Brompton Earl's Court
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The City/
East London
£201+
Andaz Liverpool 4T
Street London
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Adjacent to Liverpool Street station,
this Hyatt hotel provides easy
access to all major airports, Eurostar,
ExCeL London and The O
2
. Five
restaurants and five bars ensure
something for all tastes.
Bedrooms: 267
livetpcc| S|tee|, lctdct EC2M 7ON
T: -44 (0)20 7961 1234
F: -44 (0)20 7961 1235
E: it|c.|ctdct|iv«~td~z.cct
andaz.com
/ Liverpool Street
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The Chamberlain Hotel
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This Fullers Hotel has a reputation
for its restaurant and pub-style bar,
which serves superior ale. It is just
north of Tower Bridge and a short
stroll to London’s tourist hotspots.
Bedrooms: 67
130-135 Mitcties, lctdct EC3N 1NU
T: -44 (0)20 7680 1500
F: -44 (0)20 7702 2500
E: |hech~tbet|~it«|u||ets.cc.ul
fullershotels.com
Aldgate/Tower Hill DLR Tower Gateway
Fenchurch Street
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City Inn Tower of London
City Inn Tower of London offers
583 contemporary bedrooms
featuring an iMac computer and
complimentary WiFi throughout,
with a rooftop Sky Lounge bar that
has a covered balcony and outdoor
terraces featuring spectacular views
of the Tower of London.
Bedrooms: 583
Pepvs S|tee|, lctdct EC3N 2NU
T: -44 (0)20 7932 4648
F: -44 (0)20 7932 4609
E: |cwetc||ctdct.tesetv~|icts
«ci|vitt.cct
cityinn.com
Tower Hill
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Crowne Plaza 6U
London - The City
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The City is ideally located for both
business and leisure. Enjoy cocktails
in the stylish bar, nineteenbelow,
or a sensational dining experience
in the two restaurants: Refettorio,
an authentic Italian directed by
Michelin-starred chef Giorgio
Locatelli, and the Chinese Cricket
Club, serving the finest Sichuan and
dim sum specialities. For relaxation,
the Fitness Gallery boasts the latest
cardiovascular equipment and sauna
and is complimentary for guests.
Bedrooms: 203
19 New Btidje S|tee|, lctdct EC4V 6DB
T: -44 (0)871 942 9190
F: -44 (0)20 7438 8088
E: |ctcv.it|c«ihj.cct
crowneplaza.com/londonthecity
Blackfriars St Paul’s
A
Town Hall Hotel
& Apartments
The luxuries of a deluxe hotel are
combined with the space and
convenience of an apartment.
Whether swimming in the pool,
socialising in the bar, or relaxing in
a room, no one who has tried Town
Hall ever wants to leave.
Bedrooms: 98
P~|tic| Squ~te, lctdct E2 9NF
T: -44 (0)20 7871 0460
F: -44 (0)20 7710 5214
E: tesetv~|icts«|cwth~||hc|e|.cct
townhallhotel.com
Bethnal Green
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£151-£200
Apex City of London 6T
Hotel
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This award-winning hotel is
contemporary, chic and stylish and
within walking distance of the Tower
of London. Addendum Bar and
Restaurant offers alfresco dining,
and there is also complimentary
gym, internet access and local calls
for guests.
Bedrooms: 179
Nc 1 See|hitj l~te, lctdct EC3N 4AX
T: -44 (0)20 7702 2020
F: -44 (0)20 7702 2217
E: |ctdct.tesetv~|icts«~pexhc|e|s.cc.ul
apexhotels.co.uk
Tower Hill Fenchurch Street
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Threadneedles, 5S
The City’s Boutique Hotel
 Gold Award
Threadneedles is a hip 5-star
boutique hotel. The hotel is set in a
beautifully converted bank built in
1856 and is crowned by a stunning
historical hand-painted atrium.
Well-situated for historical sights
along the River Thames, St Paul’s
Cathedral and Tower of London.
Bedrooms: 69
5 Thte~dteed|e S|tee|, lctdct EC2R 8AY
T: -44 (0)20 7657 8080
F: -44 (0)20 7657 8100
E: tes|hte~dteed|es«|hee|ct
cc||ec|ict.cct
theetoncollection.com/threadneedles
Bank
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£101-£150
Apex London Wall Hotel 5S
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This contemporary, luxury hotel
is suitable for business or leisure.
Located in the City, it has easy
access to St Paul’s Cathedral, the
Bank of England, Oxford Street and
Europe’s largest shopping centre,
Westfield Stratford City. Links to
London City Airport and King’s
Cross St Pancras.
Bedrooms: 89
7-9 Ccp|h~|| Avetue, lctdct EC2R 7N1
T: -44 (0)20 7562 3030
F: -44 (0)20 7256 2180
E: |ctdctw~||.jst«~pexhc|e|s.cc.ul
apexhotels.co.uk
/ Moorgate
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£81-£100
The Tower

This modern hotel enjoys
breathtaking views of Tower
Bridge, the Tower of London and
St Katharine’s Dock, and provides a
tranquil haven in the heart of London.
The hotel’s 801 luxurious bedrooms,
including 18 suites and apartments,
all have air-conditioning and LCD
TVs. There is a wide variety of dishes
in the hotel’s two restaurants, and the
Xi bar has incredible views of Tower
Bridge. On-site parking is available,
and Tower Hill Tube and London
Bridge mainline stations are nearby.
Bedrooms: 801
S| K~|h~tite's W~v, lctdct E1W 1lD
T: -44 (0)871 376 9036
T: -44 (0)845 305 8335
F: -44 (0)871 376 9136
F: -44 (0)845 305 8374
E: jtcups~|es.|cwet«juct~t.cc.ul
guoman.com
Tower Hill /London Bridge
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Ibis London City
This hotel is located in the centre of
the capital’s busy financial district.
The hotel has an old-style bistro
called L’Estaminet, plus a bar that
offers snacks 24 hours a day. Public
undercover parking is close by.
Bedrooms: 348
5 Ccttetci~| S|tee|, lctdct E1 6BF
T: -44 (0)20 7422 8400
F: -44 (0)20 7422 8410
ibishotels.com
Aldgate East
l^A
Novotel London 6T
Tower Bridge
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Novotel London Tower Bridge
boasts views of the Tower of
London. It has modern, spacious and
comfortable bedrooms and the In
Balance Wellness Centre for guests.
Elements Bar & Restaurant serves
international cuisine.
Bedrooms: 203
10 Pepvs S|tee|, lctdct EC3N 2NR
T: -44 (0)20 7265 6000
F: -44 (0)20 7265 6060
E: H3107«~ccct.cct
novotel.com
Tower Hill Fenchurch Street
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Thistle City Barbican 2R
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With a recent refurbishment of the
bar and restaurant, Thistle City
Barbican offers a great base close
to London’s City district and airport.
The hotel is a short walk from the
Barbican Centre and its range of
entertainment. A fully equipped
Otium Leisure Club allows you to
unwind; alternatively, enjoy a relaxing
drink and light snack in Bar 120 or
a meal in 120 Central brasserie.
This 463-bedroom hotel includes
17 suites, 226 deluxe rooms and
220 standard rooms.
Bedrooms: 463
Cet|t~| S|tee|, C|etletwe||,
lctdct EC1V 8DS
T: -44 (0)871 376 9004
F: -44 (0)871 376 9104
E : ci|vb~tbic~t«|his||e.cc.ul
thistle.com/citybarbican
Old Street
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Up to £50
Travelodge London 3S
City Road
Positioned in the heart of the City,
less than three miles from the Globe
Theatre, London Eye and Trafalgar
Square. All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 392
1-23 Ci|v Rc~d, lctdct EC1Y 1AE
T: -44 (0)871 984 6333
T: -44 (0)20 7628 2503
travelodge.co.uk
Old Street
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Travelodge London
Liverpool Street
Located in the heart of the city,
within walking distance of Brick
Lane and less than a mile from
Petticoat Lane market. All rooms
are ensuite, have comfortable beds,
TVs and free tea/coffee-making
facilities. A Bar Café is on site for
an all-you-can-eat breakfast
buffet, tasty snacks, evening
meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 142
1 H~ttcw P|~ce, lctdct E1 7DB
T: -44 (0)871 984 6190
F: -44 (0)20 7626 1105
travelodge.co.uk
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Travelodge London
Tower Bridge
Less than half a mile from Tower
Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral and
the London Dungeon. All rooms
have comfortable beds, ensuite
bathrooms, TVs and tea/coffee-
making facilities. A Bar Café is on
site for an all-you-can-eat breakfast
buffet, tasty snacks, evening meals
and a full range of drinks.
Bedrooms: 190
l|cvds Ccut| Busitess Cet|te,
1 Gccdt~t’s Y~td, lctdct E1 8AT
T: -44 (0)871 984 6388
F: -44 (0)20 7680 9166
travelodge.co.uk
Tower Bridge
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SE1
South Bank/
Southwark
£201+
Park Plaza Westminster 8N
Bridge London
This new hotel is located in the
heart of London on the vibrant
South Bank opposite Big Ben and
the Houses of Parliament. Facilities
include 31 meeting rooms, the
pillar-free Westminster Ballroom,
restaurants and bars, including
Brasserie Joel, and contemporary,
spacious rooms and suites.
Bedrooms: 1,021
200 Wes|tits|et Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 7UT
T: -44 (0)844 415 6790
F: -44 (0)844 415 6791
E: ppw|cct|«pphe.cct
parkplaza.com/westminster
Westminster
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Plaza on the River 11M
– Club & Residence

A 5-star luxury all-suite hotel located
on the South Bank within easy
access of the West End, the City,
Waterloo, Victoria and Westminster,
and close to London’s most famous
landmarks including the Houses of
Parliament, Big Ben and the London
Eye. This hotel offers contemporary
accommodation from one night up
to one year.
Bedrooms: 65 suites
18 A|bet| Etb~tltet|, lctdct SE1 7T1
T: -44 (0)20 7769 2525
F: -44 (0)20 7769 2524
E: tesetv~|icts«p|~z~ct|hetivet.cc.ul
plazaontheriver.co.uk
Westminster / Waterloo
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£151-£200
H10 London Waterloo 8P

Discover this brand new hotel on
Waterloo Road that features 177
standard and deluxe bedrooms,
Three O Two Restaurant, Circus Bar,
Despacio Beauty Centre, Fitness
Centre and four meeting rooms.
There is complimentary WiFi.
Bedrooms: 177
284-302 W~|et|cc Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 8RO
T: -44 (0)20 7928 4062
F: -44 (0)20 7928 2264
E: h10.|ctdct.w~|et|cc«h10hc|e|s.cct
h10hotels.com
/ Waterloo Lambeth North
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Hilton London 7T
Tower Bridge
With its striking glass exterior, Hilton
London Tower Bridge is a modern
hotel in historic surroundings. The
rooms are decorated in calm tones,
with large opening windows. The
Larder restaurant serves European
cuisine and classic British desserts.
Bedrooms: 245
5 Mcte lctdct P|~ce, Tcc|ev S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 2BY
T: -44 (0)20 3002 4300
F: -44 (0)20 3002 4350
E: |ctdcts~|es«hi||ct.cct
E: s~|es.|cwetbtidje«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/towerbridge
/ London Bridge
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London Bridge Hotel 7S

This privately owned hotel is
opposite London Bridge station.
Rooms are contemporary and
comfortable, with large flat-screen
TVs, fibre-optic reading lights,
ironing facilities and complimentary
WiFi. Children under 12 stay free
with parents.
Bedrooms: 138
8-18 lctdct Btidje S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 9SG
T: -44 (0)20 7855 2200
F: -44 (0)20 7855 2233
E: s~|es«|ctdctbtidjehc|e|.cct
londonbridgehotel.com
/ London Bridge
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30 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
London Marriott 8N
Hotel County Hall

Originally a seat of government,
the Marriott has been restored to
the highest standards, retaining its
period features but now offering the
latest technology and contemporary
comforts. Bedrooms feature a
dedicated work area, internet
access, and many offer fantastic
views over the River Thames.
Bedrooms: 200
Ccut|v H~||, lctdct SE1 7PB
T: -44 (0)20 7928 5200
F: -44 (0)20 7928 5300
E: s~|es.ccut|vh~||«t~ttic||.cct
londonmarriottcountyhall.co.uk
/ Waterloo
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Novotel London 7R
City South

This hotel is near major landmarks
including Shakespeare’s Globe, Tate
Modern and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Guests have access to Elements
Restaurant, Clinks Bar and a rooftop
leisure and fitness suite.
Bedrooms: 182
53-61 Scu|hw~tl Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 9HH
T: -44 (0)20 7089 0400
F: -44 (0)20 7089 0410
E: H3269«~ccct.cct
accorhotels.com
/ London Bridge
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Novotel London 10N
Waterloo

Novotel London Waterloo is in the
heart of the city. Book the hotel
for its location near Westminster
and Lambeth Palace. Guests can
eat and drink at the innovative
Elements Restaurant & Bar. There is
on-site parking.
Bedrooms: 187
113 l~tbe|h Rc~d, lctdct SE1 7lS
T: -44 (0)20 7793 1010
F: -44 (0)20 7793 0202
E: H1785«~ccct.cct
accorhotels.com/1785
/ Waterloo Lambeth North
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Park Plaza County 8N
Hall London

Located within the popular South
Bank area, this hotel is near the
London Eye and Waterloo station.
All rooms have a kitchenette, work
space and an ensuite bathroom.
Bedrooms: 398
1 Additj|ct S|tee|, lctdct SE1 7RY
T: -44 (0)20 7021 1800
F: -44 (0)20 7021 1801
E: ppchtes«pphe.cct
parkplaza.com
/ Waterloo
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Park Plaza Riverbank 10M
London

A Club Lounge, fitness suite and
award-winning restaurant Chino
Latino Brasserie Bar & Lounge are
just some of the benefits available
for guests at this chic riverside hotel.
Many rooms have views across
the River Thames.
Bedrooms: 394
18 A|bet| Etb~tltet|, lctdct SE1 7T1
T: -44 (0)20 7958 8000
F: -44 (0)20 7769 2400
E: ppt|tes«pphe.cct
parkplaza.com
Westminster / Vauxhall
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£101-£150
Bermondsey Square
Hotel

A modern boutique hotel with Alfie’s
restaurant and bar, a large terrace,
beauty treatment rooms and
a private members bar. Near Tate
Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe,
The Old Vic, the Design Museum
and Tower Bridge.
Bedrooms: 79
Bettctdsev Squ~te Hc|e|,
Tcwet Btidje Rc~d, lctdct SE1 3UN
T: -44 (0)870 111 2525
F: -44 (0)20 7378 2460
E: tesetv~|icts«bettctdsev
squ~tehc|e|.cc.ul
bermondseysquare hotel.co.uk
/ London Bridge
Borough/Bermondsey
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Mad Hatter Hotel 7P
Behind this 19th-century façade
is a modern hotel with a traditional
English pub on the ground floor.
The hotel is close to Borough, an
area well-known to Shakespeare
and Dickens.
Bedrooms: 30
3-7 S|~t|ctd S|tee|, lctdct SE1 9NY
T: -44 (0)20 7401 9222
F: -44 (0)20 7401 7111
E: t~d.h~||et«|u||ets.cc.ul
fullershotels.com
/ Waterloo Blackfriars
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Southwark Rose Hotel 7R
Located in the heart of Bankside,
this boutique hotel is close to
riverside attractions and the City.
Rooms have blackout blinds to
ensure a good night’s sleep and the
hotel is carbon neutral.
Bedrooms: 84
47 Scu|hw~tl Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 9HH
T: -44 (0)20 7015 1480
F: -44 (0)20 7015 1481
E: it|c«scu|hw~tltcsehc|e|.cc.ul
southwarkrosehotel.co.uk
/ London Bridge
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£81-£100
Days Hotel Waterloo 9P
This modern hotel spreads across
six floors, and offers electronic room
service, a large lounge area and
WiFi. An English breakfast buffet
and evening meals are available.
Bedrooms: 162
54 Kettitj|ct Rc~d, lctdct SE1 7B1
T: -44 (0)20 7922 1331
F: -44 (0)20 7922 1441
E: w~|et|cctes«lh|.ul.cct
hotelwaterloo.com
Lambeth North
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Mercure London 7Q
City Bankside Hotel

Located in the heart of Bankside
and close to Waterloo and London
Bridge stations. Ideal for corporate
and leisure guests who would like
a comfortable yet modern and
centrally located stay in London.
A short walk will get you to all the
main attractions.
Bedrooms: 144
71-79 Scu|hw~tl S|tee|, lctdct SE1 01A
T: -44 (0)20 7902 0800
F: -44 (0)20 7902 0810
E: H2814«~ccct.cct
mercure.com
/ London Bridge Borough
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Travelodge London 8Q
Southwark
Centrally positioned less than a
mile from Shakespeare’s Globe,
Tate Modern, the London Eye and
the London Aquarium. All rooms
are ensuite, have comfortable beds,
TVs and free tea/coffee-making
facilities, plus a Bar Café on site for
an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet,
tasty snacks, evening meals
and drinks.
Bedrooms: 202
202-206 Utict S|tee|, lctdct SE1 0lH
T: -44 (0)871 984 6352
F: -44 (0)20 7261 9644
travelodge.co.uk
Southwark
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Travelodge London 8P
Waterloo
Travelodge London Waterloo is
situated less than a mile from the
London Aquarium, Tate Modern and
Shakespeare’s Globe. All rooms are
ensuite, have comfortable beds, TVs
and tea/coffee-making facilities. A
Bar Café is on site for an all-you-
can-eat breakfast buffet, tasty
snacks, evening meals and a full
range of drinks.
Bedrooms: 279
195-203 W~|et|cc Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 8UX
T: -44 (0)871 984 6291
F: -44 (0)20 7633 9372
travelodge.co.uk
/ Waterloo
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NW1
Marylebone/
Euston
£201+
The Landmark London 4G

The Landmark London is within
walking distance of stunning
Regent’s Park. It features the largest
guest rooms, three of London’s
finest restaurants and bars, and a
spa and health club with a 15m pool.
Bedrooms: 300
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T: -44 (0)20 7631 8000
F: -44 (0)20 7631 8080
E: tesetv~|icts«|he|~tdt~tl.cc.ul
landmarklondon.co.uk
/ Marylebone
+l/T0æ×I¬|-
£151-£200
Novotel London 2L
St Pancras
´ ´ ´ ´
Located between King’s Cross St
Pancras and Euston stations, this
hotel is convenient for travellers.
Guests can sample European
cuisine at the vibrant Mirrors
Restaurant and Bar, while services
include 24-hour room service, WiFi
and a fitness centre.
Bedrooms: 312
100-110 Eus|ct Rc~d, lctdct NW1 2A1
T: -44 (0)20 7666 9000
F: -44 (0)20 7666 9001
E: H5309«~ccct.cct
novotel.com
/ King’s Cross St Pancras/Euston
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£101-£150
Dorset Square Hotel 4G
´ ´ ´ ´
Situated in the fashionable
Marylebone Village area, this
Regency residence is traditionally
English. All rooms are individually
designed, and furnished with
antiques, classic fabrics and
original paintings.
Bedrooms: 37
39 Dctse| Squ~te, lctdct NW1 6ON
T: -44 (0)20 7723 7874
F: -44 (0)20 7724 3328
E: tesetv~|icts«dctse|squ~te.cc.ul
dorsetsquare.co.uk
Baker Street / Marylebone
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£81-£100
Travelodge 2L
London Euston
Situated just a mile from Camden
Market, the West End and Madame
Tussauds. All rooms are ensuite,
have comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. You
can set yourself up for the
day with a breakfast buffet in the
on-site Bar Café.
Bedrooms: 150
1-11 Gt~||ct P|~ce, lctdct NW1 1D1
T: -44 (0)871 984 6332
F: -44 (0)20 7383 7881
travelodge.co.uk
/ Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
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Travelodge London 4F
Marylebone
Travelodge London Marylebone is
centrally located and within walking
distance of Madame Tussauds,
Regent’s Park and Oxford Street.
All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. There
is a Bar Café on site for an all-you-
can-eat breakfast buffet, tasty
snacks, evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 109
H~tewccd Rcw, M~tv|ebcte,
lctdct NW1 6SE
T: -44 (0)871 984 6311
F: -44 (0)20 7723 8569
travelodge.co.uk
/ Marylebone
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£51-£80
Thistle Euston 2K
´ ´ ´ ´
Just three minutes’ walk from
Euston, King’s Cross and St Pancras
International stations, the Thistle
Euston is also close to many key
locations, including Oxford Street,
The British Library, British museums
and Theatreland. Overlooking one
of London’s square gardens, this is
a quiet haven among the capital’s
bustle. This 362-bedroom hotel
includes 222 deluxe rooms and
24 executive rooms. Try the newly
refurbished restaurant, Brasserie 43,
or relax with a drink in the spacious,
comfortable Westminster bar.
Bedrooms: 362
C~tditj|ct S|tee|, lctdct NW1 2lP
T: -44 (0)871 376 9017
F: -44 (0)871 376 9117
E: eus|ct«|his||e.cc.ul
thistle.com/euston
/ Euston
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Kensington/
Notting Hill/
Holland Park/
£201+
K West Hotel & Spa
´ ´ ´ ´
K West is a hip deluxe hotel
featuring spacious contemporary
bedrooms, and the K Spa
offers more than 80 holistic spa
treatments, a state-of-the-art
gym and a nail bar. The Kanteen
restaurant serves international
cuisine and K Lounge bar hosts DJs
on Friday and Saturday nights.
Bedrooms: 220
Richtctd W~v, lctdct W14 0AX
T: -44 (0)20 8008 6600
F: -44 (0)20 8008 6650
E: bccli|«l-wes|.cc.ul
k-west.co.uk
Shepherd’s Bush
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Kensington West 10A
Kensington West has affordable
rooms, with special deals sometimes
available on the day. The hotel is
outside the Congestion Charge
zone, and offers free WiFi and
complimentary hot drinks.
Bedrooms: 36
25-27 M~|hesct Rc~d, lctdct W14 8SN
T: -44 (0)20 7602 9554
F: -44 (0)20 7371 1338
E: sh~tit~«hcspi|~|i|vzcte.ctj
hospitalityzone.org
West Kensington
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The Milestone Hotel 8C
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
There are two members of staff
to every guest at this hotel. There
is a 24-hour butler service and a
chauffeur-driven Bentley can take
guests to the sights.
Bedrooms: 57
1 Ketsitj|ct Ccut|, lctdct W8 5Dl
T: -44 (0)20 7917 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7917 1010
E: bcclts«tcht~i|.cct
milestonehotel.com
/ Paddington
High Street Kensington
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Royal Garden Hotel 8C
´ ´ ´ ´ ´
The Royal Garden Hotel is equipped
with two restaurants, three bars
and a spa. Bedrooms and suites
are beautifully appointed in a
modern design. Garden rooms enjoy
spectacular views over Hyde Park
and Kensington Gardens, and across
to London’s riverside landmarks.
Bedrooms: 396
2-24 Ketsitj|ct Hijh S|tee|,
lctdct W8 4PT
T: -44 (0)20 7937 8000
F: -44 (0)20 7361 1991
E: tesetv~|icts«tcv~|j~tdethc|e|.cc.ul
royalgardenhotel.co.uk
High Street Kensington
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£151-£200
The Colonnade, The 3D
Little Venice Town House
´ ´ ´ ´ Silver Award
Retreat behind the beautiful
Victorian façade and discover
a charming boutique hotel with
sumptuous fabrics, lavish antiques
and four-poster beds. Located in
the Little Venice area, this hotel
is a scenic five-minute walk from
Paddington station for the
Heathrow Express.
Bedrooms: 43
2 W~ttitj|ct Ctescet|, lctdct W9 1ER
T: -44 (0)20 7286 1052
F: -44 (0)20 7286 1057
E: tescc|ctt~de«|hee|ctcc||ec|ict.cct
theetoncollection.com/colonnade
Warwick Avenue
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Copthorne Tara Hotel 9B
London Kensington
´ ´ ´ ´
The hotel is located within easy
reach of Earls Court and Olympia
Exhibition Centres, places of interest
and some of the most exclusive
shopping districts in London.
Bedrooms: 833
Sc~tsd~|e P|~ce, lctdct W8 5SR
T: -44 (0)20 7937 7211
F: -44 (0)20 7872 2509
E: tesetv~|icts.|~t~«ti||ettiuthc|e|s
.cc.ul
millenniumhotels.co.uk
High Street Kensington
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Hilton London
Kensington
Bordering Notting Hill, the Hilton
London Kensington is set in the
leafy district of Holland Park just
five minutes’ walk from Westfield
London Shopping Centre. Rooms
have high-speed internet access.
Other services include a 24-hour
concierge, a Business Centre,
an Executive Lounge and the
AmPm Lounge bar. Modern
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Bedrooms: 601
179-199 Hc||~td P~tl Avetue,
lctdct W11 4Ul
T: -44 (0)20 7603 3355
F: -44 (0)20 7602 9397
E: s~|es.letsitj|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/kensington
Holland Park/Shepherd’s Bush
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Kensington House Hotel 8C
This contemporary townhouse is
just off the high street, with views
of mews houses and leafy streets.
All rooms have ensuite bathrooms
complete with bathrobes, and there
is 24-hour room service.
Bedrooms: 41
5-16 Ptitce c| W~|es Tett~ce,
lctdct W8 5PO
T: -44 (0)20 7937 2345
F: -44 (0)20 7368 6700
E: tesetv~|icts«lethcuse.cct
kenhouse.com
High Street Kensington
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£101-£150
Hilton London Olympia 9A
Located on fashionable Kensington
High Street and within minutes
of Westfield London Shopping
Centre, the Hammersmith Apollo,
the Royal Albert Hall and Olympia
and Earls Court Exhibition Centres.
Facilities include Plum Bar & Grill,
a complimentary fitness centre,
parking, meeting rooms and
Costa Coffee.
Bedrooms: 405
380 Ketsitj|ct Hijh S|tee|,
lctdct W14 8Nl
T: -44 (0)20 7603 3333
F: -44 (0)20 7603 4846
E: tesetv~|icts.c|vtpi~«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/olympia
/ Kensington Olympia
High Street Kensington
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£81-£100
London Lodge Hotel 10B
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This townhouse was originally built
in 1880 as two Victorian residences.
All rooms are ensuite and services
available include 24-hour room
service, parking, WiFi and laundry.
Bedrooms: 28
134-136 lexh~t G~tdets,
lctdct W8 61E
T: -44 (0)20 7244 8444
F: -44 (0)20 7373 6661
E: it|c«|ctdct|cdjehc|e|.cct
londonlodgehotel.com
Earl's Court
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W3/6
Hammersmith
£101-£150
Novotel London West

This hotel is the flagship of the
Accor Group and has received
16 awards since 2002. Close to
Heathrow Airport, it has extensive
conference facilities, two restaurants
and two bars, a beauty salon, a
fitness centre and pay parking.
Bedrooms: 629
1 Shct||~tds, H~ttetsti|h lt|ett~|ict~|
Cet|te, lctdct W6 8DR
T: -44 (0)20 8741 1555
F: -44 (0)20 8741 2120
E: H0737«~ccct.cct
novotellondonwest.co.uk
Hammersmith
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North West
London
Up to £50
Travelodge Wembley
Travelodge Wembley is conveniently
situated less than three miles from
Wembley Arena and Stadium. All
rooms have comfortable beds,
ensuite bathrooms, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 176
Nct|h Citcu|~t Rc~d, E~|itj,
lctdct NW10 7UG
T: -44 (0)871 984 6466
F: -44 (0)20 8963 1754
travelodge.co.uk
Hanger Lane/Stonebridge Park
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N1
Islington
£151-£200
Hilton London Islington 1Q
This hotel is in the heart of
fashionable Islington, next to the
Business Design Centre. Explore
local boutiques, theatres and bars,
and dine at the Mosaic restaurant.
Enjoy modern British cuisine in the
Axis restaurant or have a drink in the
stylish Axis Bar. The hotel is located
outside the Congestion Charge zone.
Bedrooms: 184
53 Uppet S|tee|, lctdct N1 0UY
T: -44 (0)20 7354 7700
F: -44 (0)20 7354 7711
E: tesetv~|icts.is|itj|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/islington
Angel
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£101-£150
Jurys Inn Islington 1P
This superior hotel is within walking
distance of the Business Design
Centre and close to King’s Cross
and Angel Tube stations. Its
Innfusion restaurant is open seven
days a week and its Irish pub offers
a huge variety of sports channels.
Bedrooms: 229
60 Pet|ctvi||e Rc~d, lctdct N1 9lA
T: -44 (0)20 7282 5500
F: -44 (0)20 7282 5511
E: jutvsittis|itj|ct«jutvsitts.cct
jurysinns.com
Angel
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Greenwich/
Docklands
£201+
Ibis London Docklands 6PP
ExCeL
Just 150 metres from ExCeL,
the hotel overlooks the water at
Royal Victoria Dock. It is close to
The O
2
, Canary Wharf and historic
Greenwich, and only 25 minutes
from central London.
Bedrooms: 278
9 Wes|ett G~|ew~v, Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl,
lctdct E16 1AB
T: -44 (0)20 7055 2300
F: -44 (0)20 7055 2310
E: h3655«~ccct.cct
ibishotel.com
DLR Custom House for ExCeL
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Four Seasons Hotel
London at Canary Wharf

Riverfront locale surrounded by
restaurants and retail outlets,
15 minutes’ walk from The O
2
and
Olympic Park, and 20 minutes’ walk
from the shopping of the east side
and Greenwich across the water.
East side markets are 20 minutes’
walk away.
Bedrooms: 142
46 Wes||ettv Citcus, lctdct E14 8RS
T: -44 (0)20 7510 1999
F: -44 (0)20 7510 1992
E: ticc|~s.wes|et«|cutse~scts.cct
fourseasons.com/canarywharf
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Radisson Edwardian 6KK
New Providence Wharf

Gold Award
This hotel is a sleek riverside
retreat designed for relaxation.
Bedrooms are elegantly
minimalist, business facilities
are cutting edge. Though just
minutes from Canary Wharf
and City Airport, this is a place
to take time out. There’s a
waterside terrace perfect for
alfresco dining, a riverboat
service to The O
2
, and East River
Spa is a blissful urban hideaway.
Bedrooms: 169
5 F~ittct| Avetue, B|~clw~|| W~v,
lctdct E14 9P1
T: -44 (0)20 7987 2050
F: -44 (0)20 7987 8424
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radissonedwardian.com
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www.ramadadocklands.co.uk
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ExCeL, 2 Festoon Way
Royal Victoria Dock
London E16 1RH
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London Marriott West 6GG
India Quay Hotel &
Executive Apartments
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Rising above the Canary Wharf
district, this sleek hotel is suited to
professionals and those attending
events at The O
2
. Curve Restaurant
and Bar serves fresh fish and
great cocktails.
Bedrooms: 301
22 Het|stete Rc~d, C~t~tv Wh~t|,
lctdct E14 4ED
T: -44 (0)20 7093 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7093 1001
londonmarriottwestindiaquay.co.uk
DLR West India Quay /DLR Canary Wharf
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Novotel London Excel 6NN
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This hotel is next to City Airport,
overlooking Royal Victoria
Dock. The floor-to-ceiling windows
let in natural light, while the Upper
Deck restaurant enjoys tranquil
views. It is half an hour from central
London and near Canary Wharf.
Bedrooms: 257
Wes|ett G~|ew~v, Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl,
lctdct E16 1AA
T: -44 (0)20 7540 9700
F: -44 (0)20 7540 9710
E: H3656«~ccct.cct
novotel.com
DLR Royal Victoria/Custom House for ExCeL
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£101-£150
Hilton London Canary 8HH
Wharf
Located in the middle of Canary
Wharf’s commercial hub, this
hotel has a business centre and
10 meeting rooms. Guests can
have a sauna at the gym, or surf
the net thanks to high-speed
internet access.
Bedrooms: 282
C~t~tv Wh~t|, Scu|h Ou~v, M~tsh W~||,
lctdct E14 9SH
T: -44 (0)20 3002 2300
F: -44 (0)20 3002 2350
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hilton.co.uk
/DLR Canary Wharf
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The International Hotel 7GG
The International is a modern glass
building situated on the water’s
edge of Docklands. The hotel
offers a variety of facilities both for
business and leisure stays. London
City Airport, ExCeL London, The O
2
,
Greenwich and the West End are all
within easy reach.
Bedrooms: 442
163 M~tsh W~||, C~t~tv Wh~t|,
lctdct E14 9S1
T: -44 (0)20 7712 0100
F: -44 (0)20 7712 0102
E: s~|es712«bti|~tti~hc|e|s.cct
britanniahotels.com
/DLR Canary Wharf DLR South Quay
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Ramada Hotel & Suites
London Docklands
Near London City Airport and
ExCeL, this dramatic waterfront
hotel has air-conditioning and
triple glazing for a restful night’s
sleep, while some suites have their
own balconies. Contemporary,
Italian-inspired restaurant Stresa
serves good-quality, fresh dishes
using the finest ingredients.
Bedrooms: 224
ExCel, 2 Fes|cct W~v, Rcv~| Vic|cti~
Dccl, lctdct E16 1RH
T: -44 (0)20 7540 4820
F: -44 (0)20 7540 4821
E: s~|es«t~t~d~dccl|~tds.cc.ul
ramadadocklands.co.uk
DLR Prince Regent
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Up to £50
Travelodge London
Docklands
Less than two miles from Canary
Wharf, and just over three miles from
West Ham FC, ExCeL and The O
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arena. All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 232
Ccti~tdet Avetue, lctdct E14 2AA
T: -44 (0)871 984 6192
F: -44 (0)20 7531 6904
E: |ctdctdccl|~tds«|t~ve|cdje.cc.ul
travelodge.co.uk
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South East
London
£151-£200
Hilton London
Docklands Riverside
With a riverside location and within
close proximity of Greenwich,
Hilton London Docklands Riverside
has many highlights, including
Livingwell Health Club and the
Terrace restaurant, which serves
international cuisine.
Bedrooms: 365
Ne|sct Dccl, 265 Rc|hethi|he S|tee|,
lctdct SE16 5HW
T: -44 (0)20 7231 1001
F: -44 (0)20 7231 0599
E: s~|es.dccl|~tds«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/docklands
Canada Water
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10
Novotel London 12HH
Greenwich
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Located just five minutes from the
National Maritime Museum and
Royal Observatory. For informal
dining there is the Elements
Restaurant, while the Elements
Bar offers drinks and light meals in
vibrant surroundings.
Bedrooms: 151
173-185 Gteetwich Hijh Rc~d,
lctdct SE10 81A
T: -44 (0)20 8312 6800
F: -44 (0)20 8312 6810
E: h3476-te«~ccct.cct
novotel.com
DLR/ Greenwich
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South London
£81-£100
Jurys Inn Croydon
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Close to East Croydon station, Jurys
Inn is convenient for Gatwick Airport
and central London. Rooms can
accommodate two adults and two
children, three adults sharing or
one person.
Bedrooms: 240
We||es|ev Rc~d, Ctcvdct CR0 9XY
T: -44 (0)20 8448 6000
F: -44 (0)20 8448 6111
E: jutvsittctcvdct«jutvsitts.cct
jurysinns.com/croydon
East Croydon
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South West
London
£201+
Bingham
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With its enviable riverside position,
the Bingham in Richmond upon
Thames is an enchanting boutique
hotel and restaurant recently
awarded a Michelin star for
chef Shay Cooper’s modern
British cuisine.
Bedrooms: 15
61-63 Pe|etsh~t Rc~d,
lctdct TW10 6UT
T: -44 (0)20 8940 0902
F: -44 (0)20 8948 8737
E: it|c«|hebitjh~t.cc.ul
thebingham.co.uk
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Hotel Rafayel
Situated on the Battersea riverfront,
close to London’s major attractions,
the ultra-modern Rafayel boasts
65 spacious designer bedrooms,
all equipped with the latest
multimedia technology, plus
breathtaking riverside views at
the hotel’s fine-dining restaurant
and trendy Crystal bar (with
alfresco terrace).
Bedrooms: 65
34 lctb~td Rc~d, lctdct SW11 3RF
T: -44 (0)20 7801 3610
F: -44 (0)20 7801 3601
E: tesetv~|icts«hc|e|t~|~ve|.cct
hotelrafayel.com
Clapham Junction
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London Syon Park, a
Waldorf Astoria Hotel
London Syon Park sits at the edge
of the 200-acre Syon House Estate,
a pastoral setting that has served
as a country home to the Duke of
Northumberland for more than 400
years. This jewel in the Waldorf
Astoria crown overlooks a captivating
landscape and offers the best of all
pleasurable worlds – tranquil escape,
a tradition of grand hospitality and
state-of-the-art amenities that define
both the Waldorf Astoria experience
and the rich legacy of Syon Park.
Central London and London
Heathrow are just six miles away.
Bedrooms: 137
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T: -44 (0)20 7870 7777
F: -44 (0)20 7870 7787
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waldorfastoria.com
Syon Lane
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£151-£200
Hotel Verta
Luxury hotel situated at London’s
Vertical Gateway: the London
Heliport, Battersea. The facilities
include seven meeting rooms for
eight to 350 people, a rooftop
event space with outdoor balcony
overlooking the River Thames, valet
parking, a spa, fine-dining restaurant
and bar.
Bedrooms: 70
lctdct's Vet|ic~| G~|ew~v, Btidjes
Wh~t|, lctdct SW11 3RP
T: -44 (0)20 7801 3500
F: -44 (0)20 7924 3428
E: it|c«hc|e|vet|~.cc.ul
hotelverta.co.uk
Clapham Junction
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Wyndham Grand London
Chelsea Harbour
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This hotel is located on the marina’s
edge in Chelsea Harbour, with the
exclusive King’s Road seconds
away. It is an all-suite hotel with
four penthouses, a health club and
swimming pool.
Bedrooms: 158 suites
Che|se~ H~tbcut, lctdct SW10 0XG
T: -44 (0)20 7823 3000
wyndhamlondon.com
Fulham Broadway Imperial Wharf
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Up to £50
Travelodge Kingston
Upon Thames Central
Travelodge Kingston Upon Thames
Central is located just a mile from
the town centre and three miles
from Hampton Court Palace. All
rooms are ensuite, have comfortable
beds, TVs and tea/coffee-making
facilities. A Bar Café is on site for
an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet,
tasty snacks, evening meals and a
full range of drinks.
Bedrooms: 102
lt|ett~|ict~| Hcuse, Whe~||ie|d W~v,
Kitjs|ct upct Th~tes, Suttev KT1 2PD
T: -44 (0)871 984 6428
F: -44 (0)20 8549 9342
travelodge.co.uk
Kingston
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£51-£80
Travelodge London
Battersea
Situated less than three miles from
Clapham Common and Chelsea FC
– close to the centre of Battersea.
All bedrooms have comfortable
beds, ensuite bathrooms, TVs
and free tea/coffee-making
facilities. To help start the day,
a continental breakfast bag is
available from reception.
Bedrooms: 121
200 Yctl Rc~d, lctdct SW11 3SA
T: -44 (0)871 984 6189
F: -44 (0)20 7223 5184
travelodge.co.uk
Clapham Junction
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London’s
countryside
£201+
The Grove, London’s
Country Estate
A country retreat set in 300 acres
of parkland, an 18-hole golf course,
an award-winning spa, three
restaurants and an urban sand
beach in summer.
Bedrooms: 227
Ch~td|ets Ctcss,
Het||ctdshite WD3 4TG
T: -44 (0)1923 294 291
F: -44 (0)1923 221 008
E: it|c«|hejtcve.cc.ul
thegrove.co.uk
Watford Junction
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£101-£150
Village Prem London
Elstree
Stylish, modern hotel and leisure
club with vibe, providing all that you
need in one place, with a choice of
eateries including Verve, Victory Pub
and Starbucks.
Bedrooms: 120
Cet|etti~| Avetue, Cet|etti~| P~tl,
E|s|tee WD6 3SB
T: -44 (0)844 9800 302
F: -44 (0)844 9800 303
village-hotels.co.uk
Elstree & Borehamwood
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£81-£100
Wembley Plaza Hotel
This hotel is next to Wembley
Stadium and Arena, with easy
access to the rest of London.
There is free parking for residents,
except on Wembley events dates.
Guests can enjoy European food in
Celebrities restaurant.
Bedrooms: 306
Etpite W~v, Wetb|ev,
lctdct HA9 8DS
T: -44 (0)20 8902 8839
F: -44 (0)20 8900 2001
E: jt~ce.chutj«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/wembley
Wembley Park
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Up to £5
Travelodge Chessington
Tolworth
Travelodge Chessington Tolworth is
conveniently located less than three
miles from Chessington World of
Adventures. All bedrooms have
king-sized beds, ensuite bathrooms,
TVs and tea/coffee-making
facilities. A Bar Café is on site for
an all-you-can-eat breakfast
buffet, tasty snacks, evening meals
and drinks.
Bedrooms: 132
Ewe|| Rc~d, Tc|wct|h Tcwet, Tc|wct|h,
lctdct KT6 7El
T: -44 (0)871 984 6210
F: -44 (0)20 8399 1789
travelodge.co.uk
Tolworth
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51-£80
Travelodge London
Kew Bridge
Situated less than two miles from
Kew Gardens and the Butterfly
House, near the centre of Brentford.
All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-eat
breakfast buffet, tasty snacks and
evening meals.
Bedrooms: 111
Nct|h Rc~d, Btet||ctd,
lctdct TW8 0BD
T: -44 (0)871 984 6040
F: -44 (0)20 8758 9870
travelodge.co.uk
Brentford Kew Gardens
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Travelodge Uxbridge
Central Hotel
Travelodge Uxbridge Central is well
located in the town centre. All rooms
are ensuite, have comfortable beds,
TVs, tea/coffee-making facilities,
and a Bar Café is on site for an
all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet,
tasty snacks, evening meals and a
full range of drinks.
Bedrooms: 123
Cc|h~t Hcuse, B~lets Rc~d, Uxbtidje,
Midd|esex UB8 1RG
T: -44 (0)871 984 6373
F: -44 (0)1895 239 888
travelodge.co.uk
Uxbridge
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Travelodge London Ilford
Situated in the centre of Ilford, just
half a mile from Ilford railway station.
All rooms have comfortable beds,
ensuite bathrooms, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. To help
start the day, a continental breakfast
bag is available to take away
from reception.
Bedrooms: 91
C|etet|s Rc~d, l||ctd, Essex lG1 1BA
T: -44 (0)871 984 6194
F: -44 (0)20 8553 2920
travelodge.co.uk
Gants Hill Ilford
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Outside London
£201+
Cliveden Country
House Hotel
Cliveden is one of the world’s finest
5-star luxury hotels, set in 376 acres
of beautiful grounds, just 40 minutes
from London. The hotel offers fine
dining, the Pavilion spa, vintage
launches for boating, weddings and
exclusive uses.
Bedrooms: 39
T~p|cw, Betlshite Sl6 01F
T: -44 (0)1628 668 561
F: -44 (0)1628 661 837
E: it|c«c|ivedethcuse.cc.ul
clivedenhouse.co.uk
Burnham
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36 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
£151-£200
Ashdown Park
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A beautiful country house hotel just
30 minutes from Gatwick Airport.
Offering luxurious accommodation,
an award-winning restaurant,
extensive gardens and superb
leisure and spa facilities.
Bedrooms: 106
Wvch Ctcss, Ne~t Fctes| Rcw,
E~s| Sussex RH18 51R
T: -44 (0)1342 824 988
F: -44 (0)1342 826 206
E: tesetv~|icts«~shdcwtp~tl.cct
ashdownpark.com
East Grinstead
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Grand Hotel, Eastbourne
A seaside hotel at the edge of the
South Downs National Park. One
of England’s finest resort hotels,
reflecting the glories of Victorian
architecture, with award-winning
cuisine, spa and extensive leisure
facilities, including indoor and
outdoor pools.
Bedrooms: 152
Kitj Edw~tds P~t~de, E~s|bcutte,
E~s| Sussex BN21 4EO
T: -44 (0)1323 412 345
F: -44 (0)1323 412 233
E: tesetv~|icts«jt~tde~s|bcutte.cct
grandeastbourne.com
Eastbourne
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Tylney Hall Hotel
Tylney Hall is a Grade II listed hotel
set within 66 acres of gardens,
lakes and parklands, with innovative
menus and spa and leisure facilities
for guests to enjoy.
Bedrooms: 112
Ridje l~te, Rc|hetwicl, Hccl,
H~tpshite RG27 9AZ
T: -44 (0)1256 764 881
F: -44 (0)1256 768 141
E: s~|es«|v|tevh~||.cct
tylneyhall.com
Hook/Basingstoke
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Near Gatwick
Airport
£101-£150
Hilton London Gatwick
Airport
This is the only hotel directly linked
to Gatwick Airport’s South Terminal,
via a covered walkway. The North
terminal is a few minutes away using
the rapid monorail transit. The lobby
has WiFi and family rooms sleep five
in comfort.
Bedrooms: 821
Scu|h Tettit~|, G~|wicl Aitpct| RH6 0ll
T: -44 (0)1293 518 080
F: -44 (0)1293 528 980
E: |ctdct.j~|wicl«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/gatwick
Gatwick Airport
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Up to £50
Travelodge Gatwick
Airport
Situated just two miles from
Gatwick Airport, with a bus service
to Gatwick and from both airport
terminals. There is a Bar Café
on site.
Bedrooms: 185
Chutch Rc~d, lcw|ie|d He~|h, Ct~w|ev,
Wes| Sussex RH11 0PO
T: -44 (0)871 984 6031
F: -44 (0)1293 535 369
travelodge.co.uk
Gatwick Airport
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Near Heathrow
Airport
£151-£200
Renaissance London
Heathrow Hotel

Contemporary hotel close to the
airport. Thoughtful amenities in
well-appointed, soundproofed guest
rooms, as well as an exclusive Club
level with access to the Club Lounge
and a renovated health club offering
calming treatments and a 24-hour
fitness centre.
Bedrooms: 649
B~|h Rc~d, Hcuts|cw,
Midd|esex TW6 2AO
T: -44 (0)20 8897 6363
F: -44 (0)20 8897 1114
E: thi.|htbt.s~|es.tesetv~|icts
«tet~iss~tcehc|e|s.cct
renaissancelondonheathrow.co.uk
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3
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Sofitel London Heathrow
Directly connected to Terminal 5,
Sofitel London Heathrow offers
great transport links. The Heathrow
Express Rail connects to central
London in 21 minutes. Each room
has air-conditioning, satellite TV and
separate bath and shower units.
Many have views of the airport and
internal gardens.
Bedrooms: 605
Tettit~| 5, lctdct He~|htcw Aitpct|,
lctdct TW6 2GD
T: -44 (0)20 8757 7647
F: -44 (0)20 8757 7648
E: etquities«sc|i|e|he~|htcw.cct
sofitelheathrow.com
Heathrow Terminal 5
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£101-£150
Hilton London
Heathrow Airport
This hotel is linked to Terminal 4 by
a covered walkway and has a shuttle
bus service to Terminal 5. It has a
stunning atrium that houses three
restaurants, a cocktail bar and
a lounge.
Bedrooms: 398
Tettit~| 4, He~|htcw Aitpct|,
lctdct TW6 3AF
T: -44 (0)20 8759 7755
F: -44 (0)20 8759 7579
E: tesetv~|icts.he~|htcw«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/heathrow
Heathrow Terminal 4/Hatton Cross
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Park Inn Heathrow
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Located just minutes from the
airport, with recently refurbished,
spacious and well-equipped rooms,
a restaurant and bar, a fitness
centre and pool.
Bedrooms: 895
B~|h Rc~d, Wes| Dt~v|ct UB7 0DU
T: -44 (0)20 8759 6611
F: -44 (0)20 8759 6612
E: it|c.he~|htcw«tezidctp~tlitt.cct
parkinn.com
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3
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£51-£80
Jurys Inn Heathrow
Easily accessible, this hotel is just
one Tube stop from Terminals 1, 2
and 3 and two stops from Terminals
4 and 5. Central London is only an
hour away by Tube.
Bedrooms: 364
E~s|ett Petite|et Rc~d,
lctdct TW6 2SR
T: -44 (0)20 8266 4664
F: -44 (0)20 8266 4665
E: jutvsitthe~|htcw«jutvsitts.cct
jurysinns.com
Hatton Cross/Hounslow
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Radisson Edwardian
Heathrow Hotel
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Silver Award
Minutes from Heathrow, this is
an airport hotel that feels like
anything but. Dramatic spaces,
distinctive design and dedicated
service come together in a
location where London meets
the world. Rooms are spacious
and comfortable, and a buzzing
brasserie, fine-dining restaurant
and soothing spa make this
hotel perfect for work or play.
Bedrooms: 459
140 B~|h Rc~d, H~ves,
Midd|esex UB3 5AW
T: -44 (0)20 8759 6311
F: -44 (0)20 8759 4559
E: testeh«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3
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Travelodge Heathrow
Terminal 5
Travelodge Heathrow Terminal 5
is just half a mile from Heathrow
Terminal 5, with a bus service
available every 20-40 minutes. All
rooms are ensuite, have comfortable
beds, TVs and tea/coffee-making
facilities. A Bar Café is on site for
an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet,
tasty snacks, evening meals and a
full range of drinks.
Bedrooms: 297
C~|det W~v, Hct|ct Rc~d,
Cc|tbtccl, S|cujh Sl3 0AT
T: -44 (0)871 984 6353
F: -44 (0)1753 681 985
travelodge.co.uk
Heathrow Terminal 5
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Near Luton
Airport
£201+
Luton Hoo
Just half an hour from London,
Luton Hoo benefits from 144
bedrooms and suites, an exclusive-
use meetings venue with a further
84 bedrooms, golf, a spa and 1,065
acres of parklands.
Bedrooms: 228
The M~tsict Hcuse, lu|ct Hcc, lu|ct,
Bed|ctdshite lU1 3TO
T: -44 (0)1582 734 437
F: -44 (0)1582 485 438
E: tesetv~|icts«|u|cthcc.cct
lutonhoo.co.uk
Luton Parkway
£101-£150
Hilton Garden Inn
Luton North
Ideally located for both business and
leisure travellers with the City just
30 minutes away, within easy reach
of the M1, local business parks and
Luton Airport.
Bedrooms: 157
Bu||et|ie|d, Hi|chit Rc~d,
lu|ct lU2 8DD
T: -44 (0)1582 435 300
F: -44 (0)1582 435 350
E: ||ttc.s~|es~dt«hi||ct.cct
hiltongardeninn.co.uk/lutonnorth
Luton Central/Luton Parkway
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B&Bs & guest
accommodation
Standing for ‘bed and breakfast’, a
B&B is just that – a comfortable bed
for the night, often in a small, family-
run residence, followed by a hearty
morning meal
PRICE RANGES
(per room per night)
£201+
£151-£200
£101-£150
£81-£100
£51-£80
Up to £50
Price given is for a double room
with breakfast, unless otherwise
stated. Accommodation is
grouped by area and then
alphabetically within price
category. Double and twin
rooms are usually similar
in price.
For a key to symbols, see
Hotels section, p15
SW1
Victoria/
Westminster
£151-£200
The Windermere 11J
´ ´ ´ ´ Silver Award
This family-run hotel is centrally
located in a residential part of
Victoria, a short walk from Victoria
and Sloane Square stations. All
rooms are individually decorated
to a high standard. A full English
breakfast is included in the price.
Bedrooms: 20
142-144 W~twicl W~v,
lctdct SW1V 41E
T: -44 (0)20 7834 5163
F: -44 (0)20 7630 8831
E: tesetv~|icts« witdettete-hc|e|.cc.ul
windermere-hotel.co.uk
/ Victoria
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£81-£100
Georgian House Hotel 10K
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With a prime central location for all
major sights, this hotel was built in
1851 and is still run by the original
family. Renovated between 2007
and 2010, with all modern comforts,
yet retains charm and history. Strong
emphasis on personal service and
excellent traditional breakfast.
Bedrooms: 62
37 S| Gectje's Dtive, lctdct SW1V 4DG
T: -44 (0)20 7834 1438
F: -44 (0)20 7976 6085
E: tecep|ict«jectji~thcusehc|e|.cc.ul
georgianhousehotel.co.uk
/ Victoria
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£51-£80
The Dover 10K
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Competitive rates are on offer at this
hotel, book directly for special deals.
It has a 24-hour reception, and most
rooms include a private shower, TV
and WiFi.
Bedrooms: 33
42-44 Be|jt~ve Rc~d, lctdct SW1V
1RG
T: -44 (0)20 7821 9085
F: -44 (0)20 7834 6425
E: tecep|ict«dcvet-hc|e|.cc.ul
dover-hotel.co.uk
/ Victoria
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New England Hotel 10J
Set in a 19th-century stucco-fronted
Georgian building in Pimlico, this
hotel is WiFi-enabled and fully
refurbished with ensuite bathrooms.
Special rates are available and free
tour bookings are on offer.
Bedrooms: 23
20 S~it| Gectje's Dtive,
lctdct SW1V 4BN
T: -44 (0)20 7834 8351
F: -44 (0)20 7834 9000
E: tvs|~v«tewetj|~tdhc|e|.cct
newenglandhotel.com
/ Victoria
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Near Stansted
Airport
£101-£150
Hilton London Stansted
Airport
This hotel is within Stansted
Airport’s perimeter, has plenty of
long-term parking, and is 10 minutes
by shuttle bus from the terminal,
while London’s West End is an hour
away by train. There is also plenty to
do in the hotel, with an indoor pool, a
restaurant and bar.
Bedrooms: 239
Rcutd Ccppice Rc~d, S|~ts|ed
CM24 1SF
T: -44 (0)1279 680 800
F: -44 (0)1279 680 890
E: tesetv~|icts.s|~ts|ed«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/stansted
Stansted Airport
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Near City Airport
Up to £50
Travelodge London
City Airport
This hotel is situated a quarter of a
mile from London City Airport and
ExCeL, and just two miles from
The O
2
. All rooms are ensuite, have
comfortable beds, TVs and free
tea/coffee-making facilities. A Bar
Café is on site for an all-you-can-
eat breakfast buffet, tasty snacks,
evening meals and drinks.
Bedrooms: 157
H~t|t~tt Rc~d, Si|vet|cwt, lctdct E16
2BZ
T: -44 (0)871 984 6290
F: -44 (0)20 7474 2671
travelodge.co.uk
DLR London City Airport
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Marble Arch Inn 5G
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The Marble Arch Inn has a 24-hour
reception, and most of the rooms
have satellite TV, a fridge/freezer
and fans. A breakfast basket is
provided in each room.
Bedrooms: 29
49-50 Uppet Betle|ev S|tee|,
lctdct W1H 5OR
T: -44 (0)20 7723 7888
F: -44 (0)20 7723 6060
E: s~|es«t~tb|e~tch-itt.cc.ul
marblearch-inn.co.uk
Marble Arch
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W2
Paddington
£101-£150
Abbey Court Hotel 6B

This five-storey detached townhouse
was built in the 1850s, and has been
restored. It has Jacuzzi baths, WiFi,
and a conservatory. Notting Hill Gate
Tube is minutes away.
Bedrooms: 22
20 Petbtidje G~tdets, lctdct W2 4DU
T: -44 (0)20 7221 7518
F: -44 (0)20 7792 0858
E: it|c«~bbevccut|hc|e|.cc.ul
abbeycourthotel.co.uk
Notting Hill Gate
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£81-£100
The Cardiff 5E
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The family-run Cardiff Hotel
has been open since 1958 and
overlooks a quiet tree-lined square.
It is just 15 minutes by train from
Heathrow Airport with good
transport links to the West End.
Bedrooms: 62
5-9 Nct|c|l Squ~te, lctdct W2 1RU
T: -44 (0)20 7723 3513
F: -44 (0)20 7402 2342
E: s|~v«c~tdi||-hc|e|.cct
cardiff-hotel.com
/ Paddington
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Duke of Leinster 6D
These modern rooms all have a
direct-dial telephone, satellite TV
and a fridge. Reception staff are on
duty 24 hours a day, and there is a
safe for valuables.
Bedrooms: 39
20 leits|et G~tdets, lctdct W2 3AN
T: -44 (0)20 7298 3850
F: -44 (0)20 7298 3855
E: dulec||eits|ethc|e|«ctvs|~|hc|e|s.cc.ul
crystalhotels.co.uk
Bayswater/Queensway
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£51-£80
Abbey Court & Westpoint 5E
Hotel & Apartments
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There is a variety of rooms on offer
here to suit all needs, from families
to couples. It is just two minutes’
from Paddington and Lancaster
Gate stations.
Bedrooms: 132, plus 15 apartments.
168-176 Sussex G~tdets,
lctdct W2 1TP
T: -44 (0)20 7402 0281
F: -44 (0)20 7224 9114
E: it|c«~bbevccut|hc|e|.cct
centrallondonhotels.com
/ Paddington Lancaster Gate
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Hyde Park Radnor 5E
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Recently refurbished, this hotel
offers ensuite guest rooms and a
lounge. Banks, restaurants and
late-night shopping are all close
by. Last-minute booking deals
are available.
Bedrooms: 36
7-9 Sussex P|~ce, lctdct W2 2SX
T: -44 (0)20 7723 5969
F: -44 (0)20 7262 8955
E: it|c«hvdep~tlt~dtct.cct
hydeparkradnor.com
/ Paddington
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Rhodes House 5E
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This theatrical Georgian house
hotel was established before the
war and Winston Churchill once
lived in Sussex Square, at the
back of the hotel. All rooms have
air-conditioning.
Bedrooms: 18
195 Sussex G~tdets, lctdct W2 2R1
T: -44 (0)870 870 7577
F: -44 (0)870 870 7677
E: chtis«thcdeshc|e|.cct
rhodeshotel.com
Lancaster Gate / Paddington
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St David’s & Norfolk 5E
Court
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These properties were built when
Norfolk Square was home to
nobility, and have been hotels
since the 1970s. Rooms are well
furnished, with extra blankets and
fans available.
Bedrooms: 60
14-20 Nct|c|l Squ~te, lctdct W2 1RS
T: -44 (0)20 7723 3856
F: -44 (0)20 7402 9061
E: it|c«s|d~vidshc|e|s.cct
stdavidshotels.com
/ Paddington
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SW5/W6
Earls Court/
Hammersmith
£81-£100
The Beaver 11B
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Situated on a tree-lined Victorian
crescent, The Beaver is convenient
for Earls Court, the museums of
South Kensington and the shops
of Knightsbridge. English breakfast
is included in the price and snacks
are available. There is also a private
car park.
Bedrooms: 38
57-59 Phi|be~ch G~tdets,
lctdct SW5 9ED
T: -44 (0)20 7373 4553
F: -44 (0)20 7373 4555
E: it|c«be~vethc|e|.cc.ul
beaverhotel.co.uk
Earl's Court
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£51-£80
Dalmacia Hotel
Located just north of Hammersmith
Tube, near great music venues
and the exhibition halls. All rooms
have private shower facilities with
complimentary soap and shampoo.
Bedrooms: 16
71 Shephetd's Bush Rc~d,
lctdct W6 7lS
T: -44 (0)20 7603 2887
F: -44 (0)20 7602 9226
E: it|c«d~|t~ci~-hc|e|.cc.ul
dalmacia-hotel.co.uk
Hammersmith
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My Place Hotel 10B
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This Victorian house hotel prides
itself on old-fashioned service.
Guests are served tea/coffee
on arrival and there is 24-hour
room service.
Bedrooms: 50
1-3 Ttebcvit Rc~d, lctdct SW5 9lS
T: -44 (0)20 7373 0833
F: -44 (0)20 7373 9998
E: it|c«tvp|~cehc|e|.cc.ul
myplacehotel.co.uk
Earl's Court
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Vandon House Hotel 9K
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Vandon House Hotel is between
Westminster Abbey, St James’s
Park and Buckingham Palace. It has
a 24-hour reception, gives group
discounts and offers advice on
airport transfers and trips.
Bedrooms: 32
1 V~tdct S|tee|, lctdct SW1H 0AH
T: -44 (0)20 7799 6780
F: -44 (0)20 7799 1464
E: it|c«v~tdcthcuse.cct
vandonhouse.com
St James’s Park /Victoria
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Up to £50
Stanley House Hotel 10K
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Located in Belgravia, each room
here has an ensuite bathroom,
direct-dial telephone, a writing desk,
TV and a hairdryer. A full English
breakfast is included in the price.
Bedrooms: 45
19-21 Be|jt~ve Rc~d, lctdct SW1V 1RB
T: -44 (0)20 7834 5042
T: -44 (0)20 7834 7292
F: -44 (0)20 7834 8439
E: ct~hc|e|«~c|.cct
londonbudgethotels.co.uk
/ Victoria
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W1
West End
£81-£100
Adm. Lincoln House 5G
Hotel – Central London
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Built at the end of the 18th century
in the time of King George III, this
hotel has character. All rooms are
ensuite with satellite TV, while larger
ones have a silent fridge.
Bedrooms: 23
G|cuces|et P|~ce, lctdct W1U 8HY
T: -44 (0)20 7486 7630
F: -44 (0)20 7486 0166
E: tesetv~|icts«|itcc|t-hcuse-hc|e|.cc.ul
lincoln-house-hotel.co.uk
Marble Arch
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£51-£80
Bentinck House Hotel 5H
A family-run budget hotel at the
heart of the fashionable West End
situated in a quiet, dignified location
two minutes’ walk from Oxford
Street. Many rooms have been
refurbished.
Bedrooms: 21
20 Bet|itcl S|tee|, lctdct W1U 2EU
T: -44 (0)20 7935 9141
F: -44 (0)20 7224 5903
E: tecep|ict«bet|itcl-hcusehc|e|.cc.ul
bentinck-househotel.co.uk
Bond Street
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· Centrally located residences in London (zone 1 & 2)
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· Comfortable standard and en-suite bedrooms
· Summer only: mid-June to mid-September
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Apartments &
self-catering
For that extra flexibility during a stay
in London, renting an apartment
could be the answer. Options can
either be self-contained or with limited
hotel services
PRICE RANGES
(weekly)
£1,001+
£701-£1,000
£501-£700
Up to £500
KEY TO SYMBOLS
T Room service
¬ Ground-floor bedrooms
+ Private parking
6 Cooking facilities
l Television in all
bedrooms
^ Tea/coffee-making
facilities in all bedrooms
/ Telephone in all
bedrooms
H Heating
§ Washing machine
W Linen provided
æ Ironing facilities
| Daily maid service
¬ Indoor swimming pool
0 Lift
æ Lounge
I Bar
× Onsite restaurant and
serves evening meal
- Cots available
Internet access
SW1
Victoria/
Westminster
£1,001+
Cheval Phoenix House 10H
 Serviced Apartments
Gold Award
Collection of studios, one-bedroom
and duplex, fully air-conditioned
apartments a few minutes’ walk from
Sloane Square and King’s Road.
The property has its own private
entrance to French tapas-style
restaurant Le Cercle.
Accommodation available: 33 serviced
apartments, minimum stay 7 nights
1 Wi|bt~h~t P|~ce, lctdct SW1X 9AE
T: -44 (0)20 7259 8222
F: -44 (0)20 7259 8259
E: cph«chev~|tesidetces.cct
chevalresidences.com
Sloane Square
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Up to £500
Eccleston House 10J
(Budget Flatlets)
These flatlets have retained many of
their period features, including high
ceilings and large windows. Guests
can use pay-phones for incoming
and outgoing calls.
Accommodation available: 4 self-contained
apartments, 16 self-contained studios,
2 non-self-contained studios.
Max accommodated largest unit: 4
64 Ecc|es|ct Squ~te, lctdct SW1V 1PH
T: -44 (0)20 7834 0985
F: -44 (0)20 7373 6183
E: Tetes~«letsbtidje.cc.ul
/ Victoria
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Bloomsbury
£1,001+
Acorn of London 4M
Established for more than 30 years,
Acorn has plenty of experience
finding accommodation in central
London. Its flats are within walking
distance of major tourist attractions.
Accommodation available: 143 self-
contained apartments, 52 self-contained
studios
Max accommodated largest unit: 9
52-53 Russe|| Squ~te,
lctdct WC1B 4HP
T: -44 (0)20 7467 6700
F: -44 (0)20 7467 6701
E: it|c«~cctt-|ctdct.cc.ul
acorn-london.co.uk
Russell Square/Holborn
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£701-£1,000
SACO London – Holborn 3N
 Serviced Apartments
A selection of studio, one, two and
three-bedroom serviced apartments
situated on Lamb’s Conduit Street.
Each individually designed apartment
features contemporary Italian
furniture with comfortable living and
dining areas.
Accommodation available: 32 self-
contained serviced apartments
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
72-84 l~tb's Cctdui| S|tee|,
lctdct WC1N 3lT
T: -44 (0)20 7269 9930
F: -44 (0)20 7269 9931
E: |ctdct«s~cc~p~t|tet|s.cc.ul
london.sacoapartments.co.uk
Holborn/Russell Square
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W1
West End/
Oxford Street
Up to £500
Anglo American 5G
Services Education
A range of self-catering apartments
located within close proximity of
Hyde Park and with easy access to
Bloomsbury and London universities.
The apartments comprise one to
three-bedroom units, housing up to
seven people and are available for
short, long-term and group lets.
Accommodation available: 10 one-bedroom
apartments
22 two-bedroom apartments
24 three-bedroom apartments
H~ttcwbv S|tee|, lctdct W1H 5HB
T: -44 (0)20 7399 7970
F: -44 (0)870 495 4406
E: it|c«~ccess~p~t|tet|s.cc.ul
angloamerican.uk.com
Marble Arch
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Presidential Apartments 5G
Marylebone
A selection of luxury studio and
one-bedroom apartments located
five minutes’ walk from Oxford
Street. There is a comprehensive
range of guest services that will
guarantee an enjoyable and relaxing
stay, whether you are looking for
short-term lettings or long-term
rentals in London.
Accommodation available: 33 self-
contained units
Max accommodated largest unit: 4
102 Gectje S|tee|, lctdct W1U 8NT
T: -44 (0) 20 7486 0097
F: -44 (0) 20 7487 3624
E: it|c«ptesidet|i~|~p~t|tet|s.cc.ul
presidentialapartments.co.uk
Marble Arch/Baker Street
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South London
£51-£80
The Lodge at
Crystal Palace
Located within the grounds of
the world-famous Crystal Palace
National Sports Centre and set
within 200 acres of beautiful
parkland, The Lodge offers
good-value hostel accommodation,
specialising in sports bookings,
group bookings and tour packages.
Bedrooms: 89 The Lodge, Crystal Palace
National Sports Centre, Ledrington Road,
lctdct SE19 2BF
T: -44 (0)20 8778 0131
E: |he|cdje«j||.ctj
gll.org
Crystal Palace
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South West
London
£51-£80
Balham Lodge
Situated in South West London with
excellent access to central London,
and a friendly, relaxing atmosphere.
All rooms are ensuite, and there is
24-hour reception.
Bedrooms: 18
204 Bed|ctd Hi||, lctdct SW12 9H1
T: -44 (0)20 8675 4888
F: -44 (0)20 8673 7857
E: tesetv~|icts«b~|h~t |cdje.cc.ul
balhamlodge.co.uk
/Balham
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Comfort Inn
London Vauxhall
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This is on the South Bank of the
Thames, a few minutes’ walk from
Vauxhall Bridge. Breakfast is
available in the restaurant or café.
Bedrooms: 94
87 Scu|h l~tbe|h Rc~d,
lctdct SW8 1RN
T: -44 (0)20 7735 9494
F: -44 (0)20 7735 1001
E: s|~v«cct|ct|ittvx.cc.ul
comfortinnvx.co.uk
/Vauxhall
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Gateway Hotel
Just two minutes' walk from
the station, this hotel provides
easy access to the city via the
Northern line and is near leafy
Clapham Common. All rooms have
ensuite facilities.
Bedrooms: 20
14 B~|h~t Hi||, lctdct SW12 9EB
lctdct W6 7lS
T: -44 (0)20 8673 7001
F: -44 (0)20 8673 7121
E: j~|ew~vhc|e|«b|it|ette|.cct
gatewayhotel.co.uk
Clapham South
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Serviced Apartments
Gold Award
Collection of one, two and
three-bedroom apartments with air-
conditioning, and many with private
balconies. There is also a 24-hour
concierge and underground parking.
Accommodation available: 100 serviced
apartments, minimum stay 90 days
Ashbutt P|~ce, lctdct SW7 4ll
T: -44 (0)20 7373 1444
F: -44 (0)20 7244 5050
E: cjp«chev~|tesidetces.cct
chevalresidences.com
Gloucester Road
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Cheval Hyde Park Gate 8D
 Serviced Apartments
Gold Award
Originally three Edwardian
townhouses, this property has
a collection of one, two and
three-bedroom apartments – some
with chandeliers, fireplaces and
antique furniture. Located opposite
Hyde Park Gate and within easy
reach of Knightsbridge, Kensington
and the West End.
Accommodation available: 16 serviced
apartments, minimum stay 90 days
2-4 Hvde P~tl G~|e, Ketsitj|ct,
lctdct SW7 5EW
T: -44 (0)20 7823 7464
F: -44 (0)20 7823 9904
E: chpj«chev~|tesidetces.cct
chevalresidences.com
High Street Kensington/Gloucester Road
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Cheval Thorney Court 8D
 Serviced Apartments
Gold Award
Overlooking Kensington Gardens,
Cheval Thorney Court’s opulent
English-style interiors create a
refined environment. Many of
the two and three-bedroom and
penthouse apartments have
spectacular views of Kensington
Palace and its gardens.
Accommodation available: 59 serviced
apartments, minimum stay from 22 nights
P~|~ce G~|e, lctdct W8 5N1
T: -44 (0)20 7581 5324
F: -44 (0)20 7584 1659
E: c|c«chev~|tesidetces.cct
chevalresidences.com
High Street Kensington/Gloucester Road
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£501-£700
Templeton Place 10B
Located in Earls Court on a quiet
residential street; just three minutes’
walk from Earl's Court Tube station.
Each offers fully fitted kitchens and
luxury bathrooms, complimentary
WiFi and weekly service.
Accommodation available: 30 suites
Max accommodated largest unit: 2
17 Tetp|e|ct P|~ce, lctdct SW5 9NB
T: -44 (0)20 7373 6670
F: -44 (0)20 7373 5205
E: etquities«supetci|vul.cct
supercityuk.com
Earl's Court
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The Apartments 10G
– Chelsea
A selection of serviced apartments
in attractive period buildings in
Chelsea. A wonderful alternative
to traditional hotels and near the
extensive shops and restaurants of
the King’s Road. Facilities include
broadband, video-entry phone and
safes in the rooms.
Accommodation available: 29 self-
contained studios, 1 and 2 bedroom units.
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
41 Dt~vcc|| P|~ce, lctdct SW3 2SH
T: -44 (0)20 7589 3271
F: -44 (0)20 7589 3274
E: s~|es«|he~p~t|tet|s.cc.ul
theapartments.co.uk
Sloane Square
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The Apartments 6A
– Notting Hill
A selection of exclusive self-catering
serviced apartments in the heart of
the vibrant and creative community
of Notting Hill. An excellent
alternative to a hotel and just around
the corner from Portobello Road,
with its myriad of stalls, coffee bars
and stylish restaurants. Facilities
include broadband, video-entry
phone and room safes.
Accommodation available: 9 self-contained
studio, one and two-bedroom units
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
111 l~dbtcle Gtcve, lctdct W11 1PG
T: -44 (0)20 7589 3271
F: -44 (0)20 7589 3274
E: s~|es«|he~p~t|tet|s.cc.ul
theapartments.co.uk
Ladbroke Grove
Think Apartments 10A
- Earl's Court
A modern and stylish selection of
serviced apartments with free WiFi
close to the shops and theatres of
the West End and Earls Court and
Olympia Exhibition Centres. Enjoy
the full service of a hotel with all
the additional facilities and space of
serviced apartments.
Accommodation available: 300 serviced
apartments
Max accommodated largest unit: 4
181 W~twicl Rc~d, lctdct W14 8PU
T: -44 (0)20 7407 6573
F: -44 (0)20 7940 9971
E: tes«|hitl-~p~t|tet|s.cct
think-apartments.com
Earl's Court
I6-¬H0Wæ¬
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Up to £500
Aston’s Apartments 10D
Standard to executive
accommodation is offered,
with private shower rooms and
kitchenettes in restored
Victorian townhouses.
Accommodation available: 54 self-
contained studios.
Max accommodated largest unit: 4
31 Rcs~tv G~tdets, Scu|h Ketsitj|ct,
lctdct SW7 4NH
T: -44 (0)20 7590 6000
F: -44 (0)20 7590 6060
E: s~|es«~s|cts-~p~t|tet|s.cct
astons-apartments.com
Gloucester Road
Hæ+|lW
Kensgate House 9D
(Budget Flatlets)
These flatlets have retained many
of their original period features. The
Royal Parks are close by and some
rooms have city views.
Accommodation available: 16 self-
contained studios
Max accommodated largest unit: 4
38 Etpetct's G~|e, lctdct SW7 4H1
T: -44 (0)20 7370 1040
F: -44 (0)20 7373 6183
E: t~tj~te|h«letsbtidje.cc.ul
Gloucester Road
T6lHWæ|
E1/EC2/EC4
The City
£1,001+
196 Bishopsgate 4T
 Serviced Apartments
Located in the City and close to the
bars and restaurants of fashionable
Shoreditch. Both studios and
penthouses are available with no
minimum stay.
Accommodation available: 48 serviced
apartments
196 Bishcpsj~|e, lctdct EC2M 4NR
T: -44 (0)20 7621 8788
F: -44 (0)20 7621 0311
E: tesetv~|icts«196bishcps j~|e.cct
196bishopsgate.com
/ Liverpool Street
æ0^l
W2
Paddington/
Bayswater
£701-£1,000
Craven Gardens Lodge 6D
These apartments are located
in the same Victorian terrace, a
minute’s walk from Hyde Park. Lero’s
multilingual staff can help guests
arrange a stay, and are happy to
provide tailor-made welcome packs.
Accommodation available: 125 total units,
50 studio flats, 50 flats, 25 serviced
apartments
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
5-10 Ct~vet Hi|| G~tdets,
lctdct W2 3ES
T: -44 (0)20 7402 0393
F: -44 (0)20 7262 7179
E: |etc«|etc.cc.ul
lero.co.uk
/ Paddington Queensway
lHæWæ
SW3/5/7

W8/11/14
Earls Court/South
Kensington
£1,001+
Beaufort House 9F
 Serviced Apartments
Luxury serviced apartments located
in a quiet tree-lined cul-de-sac with
Harrods and Beauchamp Place just
around the corner. The apartments
range from an intimate one-bedroom
with patio to a spacious four-bedroom.
Accommodation available: 21 self-
contained apartments
Max accommodated largest unit: 8
45 Be~u|ct| G~tdets, lctdct SW3 1PN
T: -44 (0)20 7584 2600
F: -44 (0)20 7584 6532
E: it|c«be~u|ct|hcuse.cc.ul
beauforthouse.co.uk
Knightsbridge
6lHæWæ¬|
Cheval Apartments 9F
Knightsbridge
 Serviced Apartments
Gold Award
Collection of two and three-bedroom
properties – townhouses, mews
house or apartments. All located at
discreet addresses within minutes’
walk from Harrods and Hyde Park.
Accommodation available: 30 serviced
apartments, minimum stay 7 nights
13 Chev~| P|~ce, lctdct SW7 1EW
T: -44 (0)20 7225 3325
F: -44 (0)20 7581 2869
E: cl«chev~|tesidetces.cct
chevalresidences.com
Knightsbridge/Gloucester Road
6-H0Wæ|¬×§
42 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
Campus &
hostels
For those on a budget, a hostel or
university or college hall of residence
can be a good choice. Hostels
are usually open all year. Campus
accommodation is usually available
during student holidays
Room types are given, and all
rooms have shared facilities
unless ensuite details
are specified.
PRICE RANGES
(per room per night)
£36+
£26-£35
Up to £25
Listings are grouped
alphabetically within the area
and price category. Where it
states individuals only, groups
are not accepted. Room
types are given, all rooms
have shared facilities unless
ensuite details are specified.
KEY TO SYMBOLS
æ Lounge
+ Parking
¬ Ground-floor bedrooms
= Coach parties accepted
. Games room
Internet access
SW1
Victoria/
Westminster
Up to £25
Wigram House Hall of 9K
Residence (University of
Westminster)
 Campus
Just off the paved piazza of
Westminster Cathedral, Wigram
House is in the middle of the sights.
It has single and twin study rooms,
plus a TV lounge.
Open: mid Jun-late Sep
Bedrooms: 126 single, 41 twin, 2 double,
2 flats
Total no of beds: 208
84-99 Ash|ev G~tdets, Thit|ebv Rc~d,
lctdct SW1P 1HH
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5181
F: -44 (0)20 7911 5037
E: uti|e|v~c~|icts«wes|tits|et.~c.ul
westminster.ac.uk/vacations
/ Victoria St James’s Park
æ¬=
W1
West End/
Regent’s Park/
Oxford Street
£26-£35
Astor College 11K
(University College
London)
Mostly single bedrooms with a
limited number of twins and studio
flats available. Rooms are offered on
a room-only basis but breakfast and
dinner can be arranged at nearby
Ramsay Hall for groups. Suitable for
group and individual bookings.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 221 single, 10 twins, 7 studios.
Total no of beds: 248
99 Ch~t|c||e S|tee|, lctdct W1P 1lD
T: -44 (0)20 7387 4537
F: -44 (0)20 7383 0843
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
Goodge Street/Warren Street
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LSE Carr-Saunders Hall 4K
This university hall is located near
Tottenham Court Road, Oxford
Street and Regent Street. There are
laundrette and kitchenette facilities,
and breakfast is included.
Open: mid Mar-Apr, Jul-Sep, Dec-Jan
Bedrooms: 132 single, 10 twin with shared
facilities; 2 twin ensuite.
Total no of beds: 160
£701-£1,000
Cheval Calico House 5R
Serviced Apartments
Gold Award
Set in the heart of the City, Calico
House is the perfect base from
which to explore many of London’s
tourist attractions such as St Paul’s
Cathedral and the Tower of London.
The collection of studios, one and
two-bedroom apartments make
it an ideal location for those on
business or leisure.
Accommodation available: 45 serviced
apartments, minimum stay 7 nights
42 Bcw l~te, lctdct EC4M 9DT
T: -44 (0)20 7489 2500
F: -44 (0)20 7234 1166
E: cch«chev~|tesidetces.cct
chevalresidences.com
Mansion House/Bank
6^HæWæ|-
£501-£700
Hamlet
 Self-catering
Offers good-value self-catering
holiday apartments in St Katharine’s
Marina adjacent to Tower Bridge
and the Tower of London.
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
S|. K~|h~tite's M~tit~, lctdct E1W 1UB
T: -44 (0)1462 678 037 ct |c||-|tee it
Nct|h Atetic~: 1-800-5049851
F: -44 (0)1462 679 639
E: h~t|e|¸ul«j|cb~|te|.cc.ul
hamletuk.com
Tower Hill DLR Tower Gateway
6lHæ+|W^0æ/§-×
SE1
South Bank
Think Apartments
– Tower Bridge
A selection of serviced apartments
with free WiFi. Leisure and
corporate guests enjoy the full
service of a hotel with all the
additional facilities and space of
serviced apartments.
Accommodation available: 500 serviced
apartments
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
4 M~||itjs P|~ce, 37 T~ttet S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 3lF
T: -44 (0)20 7407 6573
F: -44 (0)20 7940 9971
E: tes«|hitl-~p~t|tet|s.cct
think-apartments.com
/London Bridge
I6-¬Hæ0W¬
æ×T^/l§+
South West
London
£120-£200
Astra Flats
Modern self-catering flats designed
for comfort and relaxation with a
range of modern amenities, ideal
for business people, independent
travellers or family groups.
Accommodation available: 2 self-contained
apartments
Max accommodated largest unit: 10
2~ S|te~|h~t Ccttct Scu|h,
lctdct SW16 3BT
T: -44 (0)20 8764 7962
F: -44 (0)20 8664 6074
E: it|c«~s|t~hctes.cc.ul
astrahomes.co.uk
Streatham
¬6H§+æW
London’s
Countryside
Up to £500
Oakfield Estates
 Self-Catering
This Victorian gothic mansion is
just 30 minutes by train to London
Bridge and Charing Cross stations.
Accommodation available: 7 self-contained
apartments, 2 self-contained studios,
1 house
Max accommodated largest unit: 6
107 Scu|h Edet P~tl Rc~d, Becleth~t,
Ket| BR3 3AX
T: -44 (0)20 8658 4441
F: -44 (0)20 8658 9198
E: etquities«c~l|ie|d.cc.ul
oakfield.co.uk
Eden Park
6l/Hæ+æ|W
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Modern self-catering rooms and
flats in the heart of London with The
British Museum just five minutes’
walk away. Breakfast included.
Open: Aug-Sep
Bedrooms: 310 single, 188 twin with
shared facilities; 40 twin, 20 triple ensuite;
4 disabled access. Total no of beds: 830
178 Hijh Hc|bctt lctdct WC1V 7AA
T: -44 (0)20 7107 5737
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5735
E: hijh.hc|bctt«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
Holborn/Tottenham Court Road

LSE Northumberland 7M
House
´ ´ ´ Campus
Northumberland House provides
great-value self-catered
accommodation in a magnificent
Grade II listed building off Trafalgar
Square. Perfect for Theatreland,
Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square
and all the West End has to offer.
Open: Jul-Sep
Bedrooms: 158 single, 91 twin
Total no of beds: 340
Nct|hutbet|~td Hcuse, Edw~td Vll
Rccts, Nct|hutbet|~td Avetue,
lctdct WC2N 5BY
T:-44 (0)20 7107 5603
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5626
E: tct|hutbet|~td«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
/ Charing Cross Embankment
æ¬=
£26-£35
Campbell House 3L
(University College
London)
Converted from 11 Grade II listed
Victorian townhouses, this residence
is made up of two buildings on a
tree-lined street in Bloomsbury. It is
near The British Library. Suitable for
group bookings only.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 115 single, 55 twin
Total no of beds: 225
5-10 T~vi|ct S|tee|, lctdct WC1H 0BX
T: -44 (0)20 7679 1479
F: -44 (0)20 7388 0060
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
/ Euston Euston Square
æ.¬=
Langton Close (University 3N
College London)
These self-contained flats overlook
St Andrews Garden’s, and there
is easy access to King’s Cross
St Pancras. Each flat is arranged
around shower rooms, toilets and a
kitchen. Suitable for groups only.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 270 Total no of beds: 270
Wtet S|tee|, lctdct WC1X 0HD
T: -44 (0)20 7833 8175
F: -44 (0)20 7833 8206
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/accommodation
Chancery Lane/Russell Square
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
æ¬=
18-24 Fi|ztcv S|tee|, lctdct W1T 4BN
T: -44 (0)20 7107 5888
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5905
E: c~tt-s~utdets«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
Goodge Street/Warren Street
+.æ=
Ramsay Hall (University 3K
College London)
Just behind Tottenham Court Road
and close to London’s Theatreland
and West End, this residence offers
bed and breakfast accommodation
for groups only, with dinner as an
optional extra.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 449 single, 10 double/twin
Total no of beds: 469
20 M~p|e S|tee|, lctdct W1T 5HB
T: -44 (0)20 7387 4537
F: -44 (0)20 7383 0843
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
Goodge Street/Warren Street
¬=æ
Up to £25
YHA London 3J
Central
´ ´ ´ ´ Hostel
Only minutes from Oxford Street,
YHA London Central is perfect
for travellers who want to
experience the West End and
central London. It offers internet
access, WiFi, a 24-hour café/bar,
plasma screens and tickets for
many of London’s attractions.
Open: all year with 24-hour reception
Bedrooms: 36 with 4, 5 and 6-bed dorms
Total number of beds: 290 beds
104 Bc|scvet S|tee|, lctdct W1W 5lP
T: -44 (0)845 371 9154
T: -44 (0)20 7580 1173
F: -44 (0)845 371 9155
F: -44 (0)20 7580 1174
E: |ctdctcet|t~|«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
Great Portland Street/Oxford Circus
/Euston
YHA London Oxford 5K
Street
´ ´ Hostel
Shopping, pubbing and clubbing
are all on the doorstep at this
central Soho location, which is ideal
for those looking to explore and
experience the West End.
Internet access and WiFi are
available as are tickets for many of
London's attractions.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 10 double rooms, 3 and 4 bed
dormitories
Total no of beds: 75
14 Nce| S|tee|, lctdct W1F 8G1
T: -44 (0)845 371 9133
F: -44 (0)20 7734 1657
E: cx|ctds|«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
Oxford Circus
æ
WC1/WC2
Bloomsbury/
Strand/Leicester
Square
£36+
John Adams Hall 3L
Institute of Education
A recently refurbished hall of
residence, housed in an elegant
Georgian building in the heart of
Bloomsbury in central London,
within walking distance of
Theatreland, The British Museum
and The British Library.
Open: all year (except 24 December 2010
– 2 January 2011)
Bedrooms: 100 standard, 6 double
standard, 43 ensuite, 6 double ensuite,
6 disabled.
15-23 Etds|eijh S|tee|,
lctdct WC1H 0DP
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5300
F:-44 (0)20 7387 1809
E: j~h«ice.~c.ul
johnadamshall.com
/ Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
Warren Street/Euston Square
/Russell Square
John Dodgson House 2M
(University College London)
This hall is ideally located near
King’s Cross St Pancras. Each
room has double glazing, a private
ensuite shower room and access to
an equipped kitchen. Suitable for
groups only.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 157 single
Total no of beds: 157
24-36 Bidbctcujh S|tee|,
lctdct WC1H 9Bl
T: -44 (0)20 7679 1479
F: -44 (0)20 7388 9316
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
/Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
æ+.¬=
LSE Grosvenor 5M
House Studios
´ ´ ´ Campus
Grosvenor House is a converted
Victorian office building. All rooms
are self-contained studios, with
private toilet and shower facilities
and a mini-kitchen. Breakfast is
included in rates.
Open: Aug-Sep
Bedrooms: 52 single, 117 twin ensuite,
4 disabled access
Total no of beds: 290
141-143 Dtutv l~te, lctdct WC2B 5TB
T: -44 (0)20 7107 5950
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5955
E: jtcsvetct«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
/ Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
Covent Garden
+
LSE Passfield Hall 3L
A conversion of Georgian houses
arranged around a walled garden
just five minutes’ walk from The
British Museum, in a central
location with excellent train and
Tube links to the whole city.
Breakfast included.
Open: mid Mar-Apr, Jul-Sep, Dec-Jan
Bedrooms: 96 single, 44 twin, 12 triple,
1 disabled access
Total no of beds: 145
1-7 Etds|eijh P|~ce, lctdct WC1H 0PW
T: -44 (0)20 7107 5925
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5932
E: p~ss|ie|d«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
/ Euston Euston Square
æ¬=
Up to £25

Clink78 2N
An utterly cool hostel in a converted
courthouse located in King’s
Cross. With elegant interior and
facilities such as a self-catering
kitchen, lively bar, knowledgeable
travel shop, TV and internet, Clink78
is a far cry from traditional
budget accommodation.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: singles, twins, doubles, triples
ensuite or basic, prison cells basic, female
dorms basic, 4 10-bedded dorms ensuite
and 4 16-bedded dorms
Total no of beds: 650
78 Kitj’s Ctcss Rc~d, lctdct
WC1X 9OG
T: -44 (0)20 7183 9400
T: -44 (0)20 7183 9401
(|ct jtcups -15 pecp|e)
F: -44 (0)20 7713 0735
E: it|c78«c|itlhcs|e|s.cct ct
tesetv~|icts78«c|itlhcs|e|s.cct
/King’s Cross St Pancras
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Clink261 2N
The trendiest backpackers hostel in
central London with East London/
Shoreditch style. Clink261 is a
rather glamorous and unique
backpackers' hostel with a cosy and
intimate atmosphere, offering a very
personalised service. Dorm room
£10+, private room £20+.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: single, twin, double, triple,
4 18-bedded dorm rooms, female-only
dorm rooms
Total no of beds: 177
261-265 Gt~v’s ltt Rc~d,
lctdct WC1X 8OT
T: -44 (0)20 7833 9400
F: -44 (0)20 7833 9677
E: tesetv~|icts261«c|itlhcs|e|s.cct ct
jtcups261«c|itlhcs|e|s.cct
/King’s Cross St Pancras
¬=.: æ
44 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
Torquay House 4C
Close to Hyde Park and Bayswater
with excellent transport links –
Royal Oak Tube station is only two
minutes’ walk away. Shared rooms
(many ensuite), breakfast included,
as well as separate self-catering
facilities. Free WiFi, internet café,
large-screen TV and on-site laundry.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 29
6 double ensuite, 3 triple ensuite, 12 four
bedded ensuite, 8 four bedded basic
1 Tctqu~v S|tee|, lctdct W2 5E1
T: -44 (0)20 7289 5420
F: -44 (0)20 7262 3794
E: |ctqu~v«|h~|ctdct.cct
lhalondon.com
Royal Oak
æ
SW5/7
Chelsea/
Earls Court
£36+
Imperial College London 9E
- Campus
Imperial College London provides
great-value bed and breakfast
accommodation, and is within
walking distance of Harrods, the
Science Museum, the Natural
History Museum and the Royal
Albert Hall. There is a sports centre
on site with pool and full gym.
Open: Jul-Sep
Bedrooms: various single and double, call
for details. Total no of beds: 1,600
Exhibi|ict Rc~d, Scu|h Ketsitj|ct,
lctdct SW7 2AZ
T: -44 (0)20 7594 9507
T: -44 (0)20 7594 9511
F: -44 (0)20 7594 9505
E: v~cetquities«itpeti~|.~c.ul
imperial.ac.uk/summeraccommodation
South Kensington/Gloucester Road
¾.=
MEININGER City Hostel 10H
& Hotel London
 Hostel
This hostel is close to the museums
in South Kensington. Most rooms
have a shower, toilet and air-
conditioning, while the 12-bed
dormitories have a TV and lockers.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: singles, 2-12 bed dormitories
Total no of beds: 222
B~det-Pcwe|| Hcuse,
65-67 Oueet's G~|e, lctdct SW7 51S
T: -44 (0)20 7590 6910
F: -44 (0)20 7590 6902
E: we|ccte«teititjet-hcs|e|s.cct
meininger-hostels.com
Gloucester Road/South Kensington
æ+=A
YHA Earls Court 11C
 Hostel
Close to the Tube with easy access
to Heathrow Airport, YHA Earls
Court is the ideal place to relax.
There’s a courtyard garden, café,
internet access and WiFi. Tickets for
London’s attractions are available
from reception.
Open: all year with 24-hour access
Bedrooms: 8 double rooms, 4, 6, 7 and
10-bed dormitories
Total number of beds: 186
38 Bc||ct G~tdets, lctdct SW5 0AO
T: -44 (0)845 371 9114
T: -44 (0)20 7373 7083
F: -44 (0)20 7835 2034
E: e~t|sccut|«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
Earl's Court
æ
EC1/4
The City
£26-£35
LSE Rosebery Hall 2P
B&B residence just five minutes’
walk from Sadler’s Wells Theatre
with Angel Tube station and
Camden Passage also a stroll away.
Open: mid Mar-Apr, Jul-Sep, Dec-Jan
Bedrooms: 126 single, 141 twin, 13 triple
with shared facilities; 18 twin ensuite, 2
disabled access. Total no of beds: 485
90 Rcsebetv Avetue, lctdct EC1R 4TY
T: -44 (0)20 7107 5850
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5875
E: tcsebetv«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
/ King’s Cross St Pancras/Euston
Angel
æ+.¬=
Up to £25
YHA London St Paul’s 5Q
 Hostel
A hundred metres from St Paul’s
Cathedral and close to Tate
Modern, this relaxed location has
a restaurant, internet access and
WiFi, and is ideal for both individuals
and families. Tickets for many of
London’s attractions are available
from reception.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: single - 4 bed rooms, 5 11-bed
dormitories
Total no of beds: 190
36 C~t|et l~te, lctdct EC4V 5AB
T: -44 (0)845 371 9012
F: -44 (0)20 7236 7681
E: s|p~u|s«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
St Paul’s / Blackfriars
æ
Generator Hostel 3M
London
 Hostel
A large hostel with superb facilities
ranging from games rooms and
late-night bar to a travel shop for
sightseeing information. It is
a six-minute walk to The
British Museum.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 214 rooms (singles, twins,
triples, quads and dorm shares)
Total no of beds: 845
37 T~vis|ccl P|~ce, Russe|| Squ~te,
lctdct WC1H 9SE
T: -44 (0)20 7388 7666
T: -44 (0)20 7388 7655
F: -44 (0)20 7388 7644
E: |ctdct«jetet~|ct hcs|e|s.cct
generatorhostels.com/london
/King’s Cross St Pancras
Russell Square
æ.¬=
Smart Russell 3M
Square (Smart Space UK)
This newly refurbished property
is traditional on the outside yet
modern on the inside. The modern
pod beds with secure lockers and
light dampening curtains give the
feeling of privacy and comfort.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: various dormitories between
4 and 24 beds, singles, twins
Total no of beds: 438
70-72 Gui||ctd S|tee|,
lctdct WC1N 1DF
T: -44 (0)20 7833 8818
F: -44 (0)20 7278 7309
E: stsbcclitjs«st~t|b~clp~clets.cct
smartbackpackers.com
/King’s Cross St Pancras/Euston
Russell Square
æ.¬=
W2
Paddington/
Bayswater
£26-£35
Equity Point London 5D
The first hostel in London with 68
ensuite rooms is next to Paddington
station and near Hyde Park and
Notting Hill. Facilities include a
guest kitchen, bar, terrace, laundry,
internet/WiFi and a TV room.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 68
Total no of beds: 350
100-102 Wes|bcutte Tett~ce,
lctdct W2 6OE
T: -44 (0)20 7087 8001
T: -34 932 312 045
E: it|c|ctdct«equi|v-pcit|.cct
equity-point.com
/ Paddington Lancaster Gate
¬.æ
Up to £25
Smart Hyde Park Inn 6C
(Smart Space UK)
Converted from luxury townhouses,
this hostel offers spacious dorms
and private rooms with all the
necessities for backpackers.
Located just a stone’s throw from
Hyde Park and Queensway. Great
value for the lowest price.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: various dormitories between
4 and 18 beds, singles, twins
Total no of beds: 286
48-50 ltvettess Tett~ce, lctdct W2
31A
T: -44 (0)20 7229 0000
F: -44 (0)20 7229 8333
E: hpibcclitjs«st~t|b~clp~clets.cct
smartbackpackers.com
Queensway/Bayswater
æ.=¬
Smart Hyde Park View 6D
(Smart Space UK)
Situated only a few minutes’ walk
from Hyde Park and offering
ensuite facilities in every room. With
high ceilings and large windows on
the first two floors, rooms tend to
be bright and cosy. A first-choice
hostel in London.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: various dormitories with 4, 6
and 9 beds, singles/doubles, twins (hotel
quality). Total no of beds: 193
16 leits|et Tett~ce, lctdct W2 3EU
T: -44 (0)20 7402 4101
F: -44 (0)20 7262 2083
E: hpvbcclitjs«st~t|b~clp~clets.cct
smartbackpackers.com
Queensway/Bayswater/Lancaster Gate
/Paddington
æ.¬=
Smart Royal Bayswater 6E
Hostel (Smart Space UK)
Located in a beautifully converted
building and offering ensuite
facilities in every room. All
forward-facing rooms offer
breathtaking views over Hyde Park.
A hostel of the highest quality.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: various dormitories between
4 and 8 beds, singles/doubles, twins
Total no of beds: 265
121 B~vsw~|et Rc~d, lctdct W2 31H
T: -44 (0)20 7229 8888
F: -44 (0)20 7221 2283
E: tesetv~|icts«tcv~|b~vsw~|et.cct
smartbackpackers.com
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Great Dover Street
Apartments (King’s
College London)
´ ´ ´ Campus
Located near London Bridge station.
All rooms have ensuite facilities
and four to nine rooms share
a kitchen/diner.
Open: Jul-Sep
Bedrooms: 737 single, 15 twin ensuite
Total no of beds: 767
165 Gte~| Dcvet S|tee|, lctdct SE1 4XA
Bccl |htcujh: Kitj's Cc||eje
Cct|etetce Setvices
T: -44 (0)20 7848 1700
F: -44 (0)20 7848 1717
E: s|cpcvet«lc|.~c.ul
kcl.ac.uk/kcvb
Borough/ London Bridge
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LSE Bankside House 7R
A B&B residence adjacent to Tate
Modern, just moments from the
Thames and Shakespeare’s Globe.
Most rooms have private shower and
toilet facilities, while the rest share
with just one other room.
Open: Jul-Sep
Bedrooms: 258 with shared facilities,
31 single, 211 double/twin, 17 triple, 14
quadruple ensuite, 32 disabled access
Total no of beds: 850
24 Suttet S|tee|, lctdct SE1 91A
T: -44 (0)20 7107 5750
F: -44 (0)20 7107 5757
E: b~tlside«|se.~c.ul
lsevacations.co.uk
Southwark
/ Waterloo/London Bridge
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£26-£35
Stamford Street 7P
Apartments (King’s
College London)
´ ´ ´ Campus
Stamford Street Apartments are
in Waterloo, just south of the river
Thames and near the Southbank
Centre arts complex. All rooms have
ensuite facilities and fridges.
Open: Jul-Sep
Bedrooms: 537 single ensuite
Total no of beds: 537
127 S|~t|ctd S|tee| lctdct SE1 9NO
Bccl |htcujh: Kitj's Cc||eje
Cct|etetce Setvices
T: -44 (0)20 7848 1700
F: -44 (0)20 7848 1717
E: s|cpcvet«lc|.~c.ul
kcl.ac.uk/kcvb
/ Waterloo
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International Hall of 9P
Residence – University of
Westminster
´ ´ Campus
This hall is in a quiet residential area,
close to the South Bank. All rooms
are fully carpeted with washbasins
and fitted wardrobes. Many on the
top floor offer panoramic views.
Open: mid Jun-late Sep
Bedrooms: 36 single, 36 twin with shared
facilities, 2 flats ensuite
Total no of beds: 109
1-5 l~tbe|h Rc~d, lctdct SE1 7DO
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5181
F: -44 (0)20 7911 5037
E: uti|e|v~c~|icts«wes|tits|et.~c.ul
westminster.ac.uk/vacations
Lambeth North / Waterloo
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St Christopher’s Village 8R
´ ´ Backpacker
‘London Hostel of the Year’
Visit London Gold Award Winner, the
Village continues to offer travellers
everything they would expect
from a modern hostel and a real
party atmosphere.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 3 doubles, 5 twins, 4-14 bed
dormitories.
Total no of beds: 172
161-165 Bctcujh Hijh S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 1HR
T: -44 (0)20 7939 9710
T: -44 (0)20 7407 1856
F: -44 (0)20 7407 3134
E: vi||~je1«s|-chtis|cphets.cc.ul
st-christophers.co.uk
/ London Bridge
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Marylebone/
Euston
£26-£35
Ifor Evans Hall (University
College London)
Situated in landscaped grounds in
Camden Town, this site can provide
bed and breakfast or room-only
accommodation. The Watershed bar
is available for functions. Suitable for
both group and individual bookings.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 420 single, 15 double/twin
Total no of beds: 450
109 C~tdet Rc~d, lctdct NW1 9HZ
T: -44 (0)20 7485 9377
F: -44 (0)20 7284 3328
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
Camden Town Camden Road
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Max Rayne House
(University College London)
Max Rayne House is situated on
the same site as Ifor Evans Hall,
and shares the same facilities and
management. The rooms are offered
on a room-only basis. Free limited
parking may be available by prior
arrangement. Suitable for both group
and individual bookings.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 243 single, 28 double/twin
Total no of beds: 299
109 C~tdet Rc~d, lctdct NW1 9HZ
T: -44 (0)20 7485 9377
F: -44 (0)20 7284 3328
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
Camden Town Camden Road
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Schafer House 2K
(University College London)
This residence is arranged in flats of
up to five single bedrooms around
a kitchen and bathroom. Rooms
are offered on a room-only basis.
There is easy access to the West
End. Suitable for both group and
individual bookings.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 366 single, 1 double/twin
Total no of beds: 368
168-182 Dtuttctd S|tee|,
lctdct NW1 3HZ
T: -44 (0)20 7387 1286
F: -44 (0)20 7383 3920
E: ~cccttcd~|ict«uc|.~c.ul
ucl.ac.uk/residences
Warren Street / Euston
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Marylebone Hall
(University of Westminster)
´ ´ ´ ´ Campus
Has ensuite pod-style rooms and
is located next to Baker Street
and Marylebone Village, close to
museums, shops, restaurants and
London’s most popular sights.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 213 single, 12 twin
Total no of beds: 225
35 M~tv|ebcte H~||, lctdct NW1 5lS
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5181
F: -44 (0)20 7911 5037
E: uti|e|v~c~|icts«wes|tits|et.~c.ul
westminster.ac.uk/vacations
Baker Street / Marylebone
Smart Camden Inn
(Smart Space UK)
Lovely hostel with a homely
feel located in the heart of
Camden Town. Offering cosy
dormitories with ensuite washbasins
and security lockers in the rooms,
plus modern and clean facilities
close to each room.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: various dormitories with
4 and 6 beds.
Total no of beds: 108
55-57 B~vh~t S|tee|, lctdct NW1 0AA
T: -44 (0)20 7388 8900
F: -44 (0)20 7388 2008
E: scibcclitjs«st~t|b~clp~clets.cct
smartbackpackers.com
Camden Town/Mornington Crescent
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
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YHA London St Pancras 2M
´ ´ ´ ´ Hostel
Step off the train and into YHA
London St Pancras. Located
between Euston and King’s Cross
St Pancras, this modern hostel is
ideal for families and those exploring
London. Internet access and WiFi
are available, as are tickets for
London’s attractions.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: double and 4 beds available,
5 and 6-bed dormitories
Total no of beds: 184
79-81 Eus|ct Rc~d, lctdct NW1 2OE
T: -44 (0)845 371 9344
F: -44 (0)845 371 9345
E: s|p~tct~s«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
W6/8/11/14
Kensington/
Notting Hill/
Hammersmith
Up to £25
Ace Hotel
This budget hotel is in a residential
area of trendy Kensington, and
spans four Victorian houses. It has
a garden with a hot tub, gas heaters
and a barbecue.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 1 double, 11 twin, 28
dormitories.
Total no of beds: 157
16-22 Gut|ets|cte Rc~d,
Wes| Ketsitj|ct, lctdct W14 9BX
T: -44 (0)20 7602 6600
F: -44 (0)20 7602 1021
E: tecep|ict«~ce-hc|e|.cc.ul
ace-hotel.co.uk
West Kensington
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£36+
Palmers Lodge
This Victorian Grade II listed building
has been transformed into a
stunning backpacker hostel, offering
free WiFi and breakfast, and a bar
and restaurant that serves great food.
Open: all year
Total no of beds: 310
40 Cc||eje Ctescet|, Swiss Cc||~je,
lctdct NW3 5lB
T: -44 (0)20 7483 8470
F: -44 (0)20 7483 8471
E: tecep|ict«p~|tets |cdje.cc.ul
palmerslodge.co.uk
Swiss Cottage/Finchley Road
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£26-£35
Hampstead Residence
(King’s College London)
Guests here can enjoy the café
culture of Hampstead and easy
access to central London by bus
or Tube. Single and twin rooms
with shared bathroom facilities are
available. Breakfast included in
nightly rate.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 410 single, 83 twin
Total no of beds: 576
Kiddetpcte Avetue, lctdct NW3 7ST
Bccl |htcujh: Kitj's Cc||eje
Cct|etetce Setvices
T: -44 (0)20 7848 1700
F: -44 (0)20 7848 1717
E: s|cpcvet«lc|.~c.ul
kcl.ac.uk/kcvb
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– University of Westminster
 Campus
This residence overlooks playing
fields, and offers easy access to
Wembley Stadium. Each flat has six
single bedrooms and a kitchen, but
guests can also book meals in
the restaurant.
Open: mid Jun-late Sep
Bedrooms: 351 single, 102 twin,
1 flat all ensuite 12 studios, 1 flat
Total no of beds: 687
W~||ctd Rc~d, H~ttcw,
Midd|esex HA1 3TO
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5181
F: -44 (0)20 7911 5037
E: uti|e|v~c~|icts«wes|tits|et.~c.ul
westminster.ac.uk/vacations
Northwick Park
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Bowden Court 6A
Excellent location near Notting Hill
Gate Tube and Portobello Road.
Breakfast and evening meals
(lunch at weekend) are included.
Free internet connection. Facilities
include vending machines, laundry,
microwave and TV rooms.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: single (select and deluxe),
double (standard and select) and triple
Total no of beds: approx 250
24 l~dbtcle Rc~d, Nc||itj Hi|| W11 3NN
T: -44 (0)20 7727 5665
F: -44 (0)20 7229 2534
E: bcwdet«|h~|ctdct.cct
lhalondon.com
Notting Hill Gate
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YHA London 8A
Holland Park
 Hostel
An elegant Jacobean mansion
situated within Holland Park and
close to the Royal Albert Hall,
Kensington Palace, the Science
Museum, the Natural History
Museum and the Victorian and
Albert Museum. A restaurant,
internet access, WiFi and tickets for
London’s attractions are all available.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: double, 3 and 4-bed rooms,
6, 8 or 10-bed dormitories
Total no of beds: 200
Hc||~td W~|l, Ketsitj|ct
lctdct W8 7OU
T: -44 (0)845 371 9122
F: -44 (0)20 7376 0667
E: hc||~tdhcuse«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
High Street Kensington

North London
£26-£35
Alexander Fleming 2T
Halls of Residence –
University of Westminster
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Situated at the edge of the Square
Mile, this hall is within walking
distance of the financial district and
St Paul’s Cathedral. The modern,
self-contained flats have their own
front doors and lobbies.
Open: mid Jun-late Sep
Bedrooms: 186 single with shared facilities,
1 flat ensuite. Total no of beds: 187
3 Hcx|ct M~tle|, Pi||ie|d S|tee|,
lctdct N1 6HG
Bccl |htcujh: Utivetsi|v c| Wes|tits|et
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5181
F: -44 (0)20 7911 5037
E: uti|e|v~c~|icts«wes|tits|et.~c.ul
westminster.ac.uk/vacations
Old Street
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Furnival Hall of
Residence – University of
Westminster
Furnival House is a late-Edwardian
building set in its own grounds, and
rooms on the top floors offer city
views. There is a large TV lounge,
plus a coin-operated laundry.
Open: mid Jun-late Sep
Bedrooms: 111 single with shared facilities,
2 flats ensuite. Total no of beds: 113
Chc|te|ev P~tl, lctdct N6 5EW
T: -44 (0)20 7911 5181
F: -44 (0)20 7911 5037
E: uti|e|v~c~|icts«wes|tits|et.~c.ul
westminster.ac.uk/vacations
Archway/Highgate
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Hillspring Lodge
Hillspring is a new boutique hostel
with mostly small dormitories and
private ensuite rooms. It has been
themed in a contemporary style and
specialises in group business with
lots of communal areas, including
gardens, for groups to utilise.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 6 double ensuite, 2 twins
ensuite, 12 twins with shower,
50 4-bed, 5 10-bed+
Total no of beds: 300
233 Wi||esdet l~te, lctdct NW2 5RP
T: -44 (0)20 7099 2435
F: -44 (0)20 7099 2436
E: jtcups«hi||sptitj|cdje.cc.ul
hillspringlodge.co.uk
Willesden Green
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Kent House and
Kent Hall Hotel
This medium-sized hotel has a
variety of rooms, from budget to
dormitories. It is just 10 minutes by
Tube to St Pancras International.
Group discounts are available.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: 6 single, 16 double/twin,
7 triple, 5 quadruple, 5 dormitories
Total no of beds: 112
414 Sevet Sis|ets Rc~d, lctdct N4 2lX
T: -44 (0)20 8802 0800
F: -44 (0)20 8802 9070
E: etquities«let|h~||hc|e|.cc.ul
kenthallhotel.co.uk
Manor House
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£26-£35
 Campus
Queen Mary (University
of London)
Located a mile from the 2012
Olympic site, in historic East
London, the campus offers
comfortable accommodation and
value for money. There are a range
of contemporary single and twin
ensuite bedrooms available in the
student village.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 1,200 single, 100 twin
Total no of beds: 1,300
Mi|e Etd Rc~d, lctdct E1 4NS
T: -44 (0)20 7882 8174
F: -44 (0)20 7882 7055
E: hc|id~v«qtu|.~c.ul
qmulholidays.co.uk
Mile End/Stepney Green
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South East
London
Up to £25
King’s College Hall
(King’s College London)
This traditional residence is located
in travel Zone 2. It offers standard
single rooms with breakfast
included. Laundry facilities are
available for a small charge.
Open: Jun-Sep
Bedrooms: 450 single
Total no of beds: 450
Ch~tpict Hi||, lctdct SE5 8AN
Bccl |htcujh: Kitj's Cc||eje Cct|etetce
Setvices
T: -44 (0)20 7848 1700
F: -44 (0)20 7848 1717
E: s|cpcvet«lc|.~c.ul
kcl.ac.uk/kcvb
Denmark Hill
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YHA London Thameside
 Hostel
With easy access to the South
Bank and the Thames, YHA London
Thameside is a modern purpose-
built base for groups visiting London.
Internet access and WiFi are
available, as are tickets for many of
London’s attractions.
Open: all year
Bedrooms: double and 4-bed rooms, 6 and
10-bed dormitories
Total no of beds: 320
20 S~||et Rc~d, lctdct SE16 5PR
T: -44 (0)845 371 9756
F: -44 (0)20 7237 2919
E: |h~teside«vh~.ctj.ul
yha.org.uk
Rotherhithe
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The Apartment Service
The Apartment Service, founded in
1981, is Europe’s largest booking
agent for fully furnished serviced
apartments worldwide for any type
and length of stay. Its website offers
online booking at the best available
rates with immediate confirmation.
Areas covered: Greater London
5-6 Ft~tcis Gtcve, lctdct SW19 4DT
T: -44 (0)20 8944 1444
F: -44 (0)20 8944 6744
E: tes«~p~t|tet|.cc.ul
apartmentservice.com/?ref=5441
Best Bed & Breakfast
in London
Up-market B&B accommodation
in private homes and guesthouses.
All rates include breakfast and tax.
Central locations and fast, friendly
and efficient reservation service.
Areas covered: central, West, North
West and South West London, including
Kensington, Chelsea, Knightsbridge,
Notting Hill, Lancaster Gate, Marble Arch
and Marylebone.
PO Bcx 31655, lctdct W11 4WR
T: -44 (0)20 7243 8720
F: -44 (0)20 7243 8736
E: bes|b~tdb«~||~s.cc.ul
bestbandb.co.uk
Coach House London
Vacation Rentals
Most of these central London
short-stay rentals belong to
residents who are temporarily away
from the city. Airport pick-up,
meet-and-greet service, welcome
pack, local neighbourhood guide and
24/7 helpline also provided.
Areas covered: central London
T: -44 (0)20 8772 1939
F: -44 (0)20 8181 6152
E: tet|~|s«chs|ctdct.cct
rentals.chslondon.com
Friendly Rentals
Specialises in short and mid-term
rental of quality apartments and
aims to offer the best selection
of apartments at the most
competitive prices.
Areas covered: central London
24 Ad~tsct Rc~d, lctdct NW3 3HR
T: -44 (0)20 7449 2209
T: -44 (0)7795 271 378
E: it|c«|tietd|vtet|~|s.cct
friendlyrentals.com
The London Agent
The London Agent markets
privately owned self-catering homes
and corporate-owned serviced
apartments. From the affordable to
the luxurious, the traditional to the
modern, central to suburban, there
is a comfortable home to suit the
requirements of both leisure and
business travellers.
Areas covered: central London, South West
London, East London, North London
404 A|b~tv Hcuse, 324·326 Rejet|
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T: -44 (0)845 652 1809
F: -44 (0)845 652 1809
E: etquite«|he|ctdct~jet|.cct
thelondonagent.com
Welcome Homes,
Hotels & Apartments
This agency offers B&B
accommodation in private homes,
or self-catering and hotel choices.
Rates are from £18 per person per
night, with a minimum stay of
two nights.
Areas covered: all London areas, including
Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport
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T: 0845 370 9009
F: 0845 370 9019
Ftct cu|side UK:
T: -44 (0)1227 276 455
F: -44 (0)1227 273 003
E: it|c«we|cctehctes.cc.ul
welcomehomes.co.uk
Accommodation
agencies
Get some extra help from experts,
with a host of agencies dedicated to
meeting your exact requirements in
terms of budget, geographical area
and group size
Abbey Wood Caravan
Club Site
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This is a Caravan Club Golden
Jubilee site. The Abbey Wood
station is within walking distance
of the site and is a 35-minute train
journey into central London. Nearby
Greenwich offers its own attractions.
Open: all year
Total no of pitches: 210
Tcutitj & C~tpitj P~tl
Fedet~|ict Rc~d, Abbev Wccd,
lctdct SE2 0lS
T: -44 (0)20 8311 7708
caravanclub.co.uk
Abbey Wood
WA
Crystal Palace Caravan
Club Site

On the edge of Crystal Palace Park,
this site is near a sports centre,
farm and museum. The number 3
bus goes straight to Westminster,
Piccadilly and Oxford Circus.
Open: all year
Total no of pitches: 126
Tcutitj & C~tpitj P~tl
Ctvs|~| P~|~ce P~t~de, lctdct SE19 1UF
T: -44 (0)20 8778 7155
caravanclub.co.uk
Crystal Palace
WA
Lee Valley Camping and
Caravan Park

Guests here can enjoy the park or
travel to central London in less than
40 minutes on the Victoria line. It is
close to Epping Forest, an 18-hole
golf course and a 12-screen cinema.
Open: all year
Total no of pitches: 100 caravan, 60 tent
Tcutitj & C~tpitj P~tl
Metidi~t W~v, lctdct N9 0AS
T: -44 (0)20 8803 6900
F: -44 (0)20 8884 4975
E: |eisutecctp|ex« |eev~||evp~tl.ctj.ul
leevalleypark.org.uk
Edmonton Green
W
Lee Valley Campsite
This spacious park has an on-site
shop and play area. It is on the A112
between Chingford and Waltham
Abbey, 12 miles from central
London. A regular bus service runs
into the city centre.
Open: Mar-Nov
Total no of pitches: 200
Tcutitj & C~tpitj P~tl
Sew~tds|cte Rc~d, Chitj|ctd E4 7RA
T: -44 (0)20 8529 5689
F: -44 (0)20 8559 4070
E: scs«|eev~||evp~tl.ctj.ul
leevalleypark.org.uk
Chingford Walthamstow Central
Caravans &
campsites
Fresh air and open space are just two
reasons why people love camping and
caravanning. And the good news is
you don’t have to venture outside the
city to enjoy such pleasures
Caravan and campsites are
open all year unless stated
otherwise. For prices please
speak to establishment
direct.
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Open daily marketing@nmm.ac.uk
Cutty Sark Zone 2
Greenwich Zone 2
Coaches welcome
precious time at Greenwich
Three outstanding museums. One unique setting
Visit London’s only planetarium
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Attractions

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London offers an unbeatable range of visitor attractions
to suit all your clients’ tastes – as well as a variety of ways
to enjoy them during their stay
With its rich history – encapsulated in a vast array of royal palaces,
museums and galleries – incredible, diverse architecture, river
attractions, parks, gardens and much more, London is one of
the most stimulating and surprising cities in the world.
And your clients aren’t just spoilt for choice in terms of what
to see – they can also choose how they want to see it. Will they
wander round at their leisure? Take an organised walking, bus or
cycle tour with an experienced and fascinating guide? Perhaps
they might choose to see the best that London has to offer on
board a river cruise on the Thames?
This section offers you a guide to the city’s best attractions
and the best ways to enjoy them. Further details can be found
at visitlondon.com
To give you an indication of entry fees to visitor attractions, we
have included prices at the time of going to press (September
2010). For the latest information, please contact the attraction
directly. Alternatively, go to visitlondon.com for up-to-date
information on group and individual admission prices. Please
note that when planning a trip for disabled visitors, it is advisable
to contact the visitor attractions concerned prior to the visit.
Where possible, map references are included to the right
of the venue title. See page 108 for a map of London.
The Visitor Attraction Quality
Assurance Scheme
The broad theme of a visitor attraction can range from pure
fun to high culture. It can include historic houses, castles, farm
attractions, country parks, museums and theme parks. When
looking for places to visit, VisitEngland’s Visitor Attraction Quality
Assurance Scheme (VAQAS) can help. VAQAS is a national
scheme, and all English attractions are able to take part.
The scheme offers a quality assessment on all areas of the
attraction that impact on the quality of the visitor experience. The
assessment is an annual visit at any time when the attraction
is open to the public, by an experienced quality assurance
assessor. The assessor will ‘experience’ all aspects of the
attractions, from initial phone enquiries to departure. They will
sample all facilities and activities such as guided tours, rides, or
film shows, as well as catering, retail and toilet facilities.
Meeting the VAQAS standard can be achieved by all well-run
attractions. All attractions which meet the standard receive the
accreditation of ‘Quality Assured Visitor Attraction’.
VISITOR ATTRACTION QUALITY
ASSURANCE SCHEME (VAQAS)
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Visi|Etj|~td,
1 P~|~ce S|tee|, lctdct SW1E 5HX
T: -44 (0)20 7578 1451
F: -44 (0)20 7578 1405
E: v~q~s«visi|etj|~td.ctj
vaqas.org.uk
Historic house
management
Historic Royal
Palaces (HRP)
Historic Royal Palaces is responsible
for the operation of Banqueting
House, Hampton Court Palace,
Kensington Palace, Kew Palace,
Queen Charlotte’s Cottage and the
Tower of London.
Contact: Travel Trade Sales Office
W~|et|cc B|ccl, Tcwet c| lctdct,
lctdct EC3N 4AB
T: -44 (0)20 3166 6311
F: -44 (0)20 3166 6310
E: jtcups~td|t~ve||t~de«htp.ctj.ul
hrp.org.uk
The National Trust (NT)
As Europe’s largest independent
conservation charity, The National
Trust cares for over 300 of the
finest historic properties and
gardens, many of which are in
or around London. For further
information on group visits to
National Trust properties, please
contact the Travel Trade Office.
Contact: Emma Thomas
Tt~ve| Tt~de O||ice, Hee|is,
Ketb|e Dtive, Switdct SN2 2NA
T: -44 (0)1793 818 580
F: -44 (0)1793 817 401
E: |t~ve||t~de«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk/groups
The Royal Collection
The Royal Collection manages
the public opening of the official
residences of the Queen and the
Prince of Wales: Buckingham
Palace, Clarence House, Windsor
Castle, Frogmore House, the
Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Royal
Mews and The Queen’s Galleries in
London and Edinburgh.
Contact: Travel Trade Sales & Marketing
S| 1~tes's P~|~ce, lctdct SW1A 1BO
T: -44 (0)20 7839 1377
F: -44 (0)20 7839 8168
E: |t~ve||t~de«tcv~|cc||ec|ict.ctj.ul
royalcollection.org.uk
KEY TO SYMBOLS
A Adults
C Children
Restaurant on site
Contents
Historic house management 49
Attractions 50
Attractions – tours 59
Sporting attractions – tours 59
Attractions outside London 60
Attraction entry passes 60
Discount vouchers 60
Sightseeing information 60
Exhibitions & shows 62
Tour guide associations 63
Sightseeing tours/Coach & bus tours 63
Driver-guides/Chauffeur services 63
River & canal boat operators/Canals 63
Cycling tours 64
Walking tours 66
Jogging tours 67
Excursions 67
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Attractions
Alexandra Palace
Alexandra Palace Park offers a
superb day or evening out and
features a range of facilities
including a boating lake and cafés,
animal enclosure, skateboarding
and a pitch and putt course. The
family-friendly Phoenix Bar, with
its outdoor terrace, offers stunning
views across London.
Entry: Free
A|ex~tdt~ P~|~ce W~v, Wccd Gteet,
lctdct N22 7AY
T: -44 (0)20 8365 2121
F: -44 (0)20 8883 3999
E: s~|es«~|ex~tdt~p~|~ce.cct
alexandrapalace.com
Alexandra Palace Wood Green
Altitude London 10M
Altitude London is London’s premier
sightseeing hotspot. Whether you
want to take in the sensational view
of all the iconic landmarks and enjoy
a gourmet brunch or gaze at the city
lights below from the Champagne
bar, Altitude London is London’s
newest five star entertainment
venue and viewing gallery.
Contact: Peter Kerwood
A||i|ude lctdct, Mi||b~tl Tcwet,
21-24 Mi||b~tl, lctdct SW1P 4OP
T: -44 (0)845 500 2929
F: -44 (0)20 7592 7902
E: evet|s«~||i|ude|ctdct.cct
altitudelondon.com
/ Vauxhall Pimlico/Westminster
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Bank of England 5S
Museum
This fascinating museum tells the
story of the Bank of England from
its foundation in 1694 to its role
in today’s economy. Interactive
displays, audio-visuals and artefacts
help explain its many and varied
roles. There’s even a genuine gold
bar which may be handled!
Open: Mon-Fri 10.00-17.00.
Closed weekends, public and
bank holidays
Entry: Free
Group: Presentations are available in the
cinema for groups of 15-50 people, they
must be pre-booked
Thte~dteed|e S|tee|, et|t~tce it
B~t|hc|ctew l~te, lctdct EC2R 8AH
T: -44 (0)20 7601 5545
F: -44 (0)20 7601 5808
E: tuseut«b~tlc|etj|~td.cc.ul
bankofengland.co.uk/museum
/DLR Bank
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Banqueting House (HRP) 7M
The only surviving part of the
original Whitehall Palace, which
was destroyed by fire in 1698,
Banqueting House has magnificent
ceiling paintings in the Main Hall
by Rubens, which are the greatest
draw to this little-known attraction.
However, it was also the first
Palladian-style building in London
designed by Inigo Jones.
Open: Mon-Sat 10.00-17.00. Closed
bank holidays 24 Dec-1 Jan
Entry: A £4.50, concessions £3.50,
C free (2010 prices. Check website for
latest prices)
Group: 15, 10% discount. Must
pre-book on -44 (0)20 3166 6000 or
-44 (0)844 482 7770
Contact: David Miles
Whi|eh~||, lctdct SW1A 2ER
T: -44 (0)20 3166 6311
E: jtcups~td|t~ve||t~de«htp.ctj.ul
hrp.org.uk
/ Charing Cross
Embankment/Westminster
Barbican Art Gallery 4R
This has a changing programme of
major photography, fine art and
design exhibitions.
Open: Mon, Wed, Fri-Sun 11.00-20.00,
Tue-Thu 11.00-18.00
Entry: Charges for exhibitions vary
Group: 10, discount available. Must
pre-book for reduction
leve| 3, B~tbic~t Cet|te, Si|l S|tee|,
lctdct EC2Y 8DS
T: -44 (0)20 7382 7211
F: -44 (0)20 7382 2308
E: jtcups«b~tbic~t.ctj.ul
barbican.org.uk
Barbican
The British Library 2L
The British Library is home to the
world’s greatest treasure house of
books, manuscripts, maps, stamps
and sound recordings. It has free
permanent-exhibition galleries,
a public events programme, a
bookshop and guided tours. Reading
rooms are accessible by reader’s
pass only.
Open: Mon, Wed-Fri 09.30-18.00, Tue
09.30-20.00, Sat 09.30-17.00, Sun &
bank holidays 11.00-17.00. Closed
1-3 Jan, Easter & 24-26 Dec
Entry: Free
96 Eus|ct Rc~d, lctdct NW1 2DB
T: -44 (0)20 7412 7332
E: visi|s-|cuts«b|.ul
bl.uk
/ Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
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The British Museum 4M
Permanent displays and special
exhibitions of works of man from
prehistory to the present day.
Permanent displays of antiquities
from Egypt, the Near East,
Greece and Rome, as well as
European prehistory, Africa, the
Americas, Roman Britain, medieval,
Renaissance, modern and Oriental
collections of prints and drawings,
coins and banknotes. A very
important place.
Open: Daily. Closed 24-25 Dec & 1 Jan
Entry: Free
Gte~| Russe|| S|tee|, lctdct WC1B 3DG
T: -44 (0)20 7272 8000
F: -44 (0)20 4433 1122
E: it|c«bti|ishtuseut.cct
thebritishmuseum.co.uk
Holborn/Russell Square
/Tottenham Court Road
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British Music 8LL
Experience
The world’s only fully-interactive
permanent exhibition devoted to
popular music in Britain. From trad
jazz to happy hardcore, Bowie’s
Ziggy outfit to Geri’s Union Jack
dress, watch, listen, play, sing and
dance your way through 60 years
of British music history. Use a
Smarticket to bring it all back home
in MyBME online account. Situated
just five minutes’ walk from both
North Greenwich Tube station, in
Zone 2 on the Jubilee line, and by
North Greenwich Pier if you are
arriving by Thames Clippers.
Open: Mon-Sun 11.00-19.30
Entry: A £15, C £12
Contact: Customer Services
Petitsu|~ Squ~te lctdct SE10 0AX
T: -44 (0)20 8463 2000
F: -44 (0)20 8463 2801
E: cus|ctetsetvices«|hec2.cc.ul
britishmusicexperience.com
North Greenwich
RIVER North Greenwich Pier
The British Postal 3N
Museum & Archive
Leading resource for British
postal history. Collections include
Penny Black stamps, posters, pillar
boxes, Rowland Hill’s desk and Post
Office vans. Split between two sites:
the Royal Mail archive in central
London and the Museum Store in
Debden, Essex.
Open: Archive: Mon-Fri 10.00-17.00
(Thu 19.00). Closed public holidays
and 10-21 January 2011. Guided
tours throughout the year, see website
or contact BPMA for dates, advance
booking required.
Museum Store: first Weds of month
Mar-Nov 14.00-16.00, and first Mon of
Jun, Jul and Sep 18.00-21.00. Guided
tours, advance booking required
Entry: Free
Group: 25 max
Ftee|itj Hcuse, Phcetix P|~ce,
lctdct WC1X 0Dl
T: -44 (0)20 7239 2570
F: -44 (0)20 7239 2576
E: it|c«pcs|~|heti|~je.ctj.ul
postalheritage.org.uk
Farringdon/Angel/Chancery Lane
Debden for Museum Store
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Buckingham Palace 8K
Buckingham Palace is the official
London residence of Her Majesty
The Queen and serves as both
a home and office. Visitors can
tour the magnificent State Rooms,
lavishly furnished with some of
the greatest treasures from the
Royal Collection. Visitors can enjoy
refreshments in the new Garden
Café overlooking the splendid lake
and garden.
Open: Aug-Sep. Daily 09.45-18.30
(last admission 15.45)
Entry: A £17, concessions £15,
C £9.75
Group: 15, 10% discount. Must pre-book
Buclitjh~t P~|~ce, lctdct SW1A 1AA
T: -44 (0)20 7766 7321
E: jtcupbcclitjs«tcv~|cc||ec|ict.ctj.ul
royalcollection.org.uk
/ Victoria Green Park
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Carlyle’s House (NT) 12E
This Queen Anne house was the
home of the historian, social writer
and ethical thinker Thomas Carlyle
and his wife Jane. The Victorian
period décor, the furniture, pictures,
portraits and books are all still in
place. Their academic and domestic
lives can be experienced today in the
evocative atmosphere of the house.
Open: 9 Mar-30 Oct, Wed-Sun
11.00-17.00. Open bank holiday Mon
Entry: A £5.10, C £2.60, family £12.80
Contact: Custodian
24 Chevte Rcw, lctdct SW3 5Hl
T: -44 (0)20 7352 7087
F: -44 (0)20 7352 5108
E: c~t|v|eshcuse«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk
Sloane Square then bus 11, 19, 22
(signposted from corner of Upper
Cheyne Row)
Centre of the Cell
Centre of the Cell is the first science
education centre in the world
to be located within biomedical
research laboratories. Visitors
enter a futuristic pod dramatically
suspended above the laboratories,
with interactive games, films, body
parts and microscopes. Special
events and workshops during
school holidays.
Open: Daily timed shows 10.30-19.30.
Closed 24 Dec-2 Jan
Entry: Free
Group: Timed guided shows; necessary
to pre-book for all visitors
Contact: Adrian Lockwood,
General Manager
4 New~tl S|tee|, Whi|ech~pe|,
lctdct E1 2AT
T: -44 (0)20 7882 2562
F: -44 (0)20 7882 2200
E: it|c«cet|tec||hece||.ctj
centreofthecell.org
Whitechapel
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Chelsea Physic Garden 12G
The garden was founded in 1673
and continues today as a haven for
medicinal and rare plants.
Open: 1 Apr-30 Oct, Wed, Thu & Fri
12.00-17.00, Sun and bank holidays
12.00-18.00
Entry: A £8, C £5
Contact: Neil Couzens
66 Rcv~| Hcspi|~| Rc~d, lctdct SW3 4HS
T: -44 (0)20 7376 3910
E: etquities«che|se~phvsicj~tdet.cc.ul
chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk
Sloane Square
Chinatown 6L
Take a trip into the Far East by
walking north from Leicester Square
into Chinatown, the bustling hub of
London’s East Asian community.
Whether you’re looking for authentic
Chinese shopping or a bite to eat,
Chinatown will reward you with goods
and flavours you can’t find elsewhere.
Entry: Free
Gett~td S|tee| ~td suttcutditj ~te~,
lctdct W1
T: -44 (0)870 626 9077
F: -44 (0)870 626 9001
E: chit~|cwt«|cutccttutic~|icts.cct
chinatownlondon.org
Piccadilly Circus/Leicester Square
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Churchill War Rooms 8L
The Cabinet War Rooms
operated around the clock from
the beginning of the Second World
War in 1939 to its end in August
1945. Step back in time and walk
in Churchill’s footsteps along the
same dimly lit corridors, surrounded
by the original features of these
momentous times. See the historic
rooms including the Cabinet Room,
the Map Room and the Transatlantic
Telephone Room. Entry includes
access to the interactive Churchill
Museum, which is dedicated to
the life and achievements of
Sir Winston Churchill.
Open: Daily 09.30-18.00 (last
admission 17.00). Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: A £14.95, C under-16s free,
concessions £10.40, disabled £9
(carers go free)
Group: Special admission rates apply
for groups of 10 or more. Please
phone -44 (0)20 7766 0141 for
further information
Contact: Jo Hunt
C|ive S|eps, Kitj Ch~t|es S|tee|,
lctdct SW1A 2AO
T: -44 (0)20 7930 6961
F: -44 (0)20 7839 5897
E: cwt«iwt.ctj.ul
iwm.org.uk
St James’s Park/Westminster
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The Courtauld Gallery 6M
Famous for its impressionist and
post-impressionist masterpieces as
well as outstanding earlier paintings
and drawings, The Courtauld
Gallery is one of the finest small
museums in the world. Ranging from
Botticelli, Cranach and Rubens to
Monet, Gauguin and Van Gogh, this
magnificent collection is displayed
in the elegant 18th-century setting
of Somerset House. World-famous
paintings include Manet’s A B~t
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Se|| Pct|t~i| wi|h B~td~jed E~t and
Renoir’s l~ lcje.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00 (last admission
17.30). For information on late-night
openings, see courtauld.ac.uk/lates
Closed 25-26 Dec
Entry: A £6, concessions £4.50, under
18s free. Free on Mondays 10.00-14.00
(excluding public holidays; no groups)
Group: Min 10, max 25; £4 per person,
no booking required. Free to UK school
and university groups. School groups must
pre-book: educ~|ict«ccut|~u|d.~c.ul
T: -44 (0)20 7848 2705
Sctetse| Hcuse, S|t~td,
lctdct WC2 0RN
T: -44 (0)20 7848 2526
F: -44 (0)20 7848 2410
E: j~||etvit|c«ccut|~u|d.~c.ul
courtauld.ac.uk
/ Waterloo/Charing Cross
Covent Garden/Embankment/Temple
×
Design Museum
The museum was founded in 1989
and offers an insight into innovation
in every area of design, ranging
from industrial design, graphics and
multimedia to fashion
and architecture.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.45 (last admission
17.15). Open bank hols except Christmas.
Entry: A £8.50, C free, concession
£6.50, student £5
Group: £7.50 group booking
Contact: Bookings Officer
Sh~d Th~tes, lctdct SE1 2YD
T: -44 (0)20 7940 8783
F: -44 (0)870 909 1909
E: |icle|s«desijttuseut.ctj
designmuseum.org
Tower Hill / London Bridge
DLR Tower Gateway
Eltham Palace
and Gardens
A unique art deco mansion in
a medieval setting. Built for
millionaires Steven and Virginia
Courtauld, Eltham Palace and
Gardens reflects the glamour and
allure of 1930s fashionable society.
Open: Sun-Wed 10.00-17.00 (1 Apr-
31 Oct); Sun-Wed 11.00-16.00
(1 Nov-31 Dec); Sun-Wed 11.00-16.00
(1 Feb-31 Mar). Closed 1-31 Jan
Entry: House and gardens: A £8.70,
C £4.40, concessions £7.40.
Gardens only: A £5.60, C £2.80,
concessions £4.80
Group: 15% discount for groups of 11 or
more visitors paying together. Free entry
for coach driver and tour leader
Contact: House Manager on
-44 (0)20 8294 2548
Ccut| Y~td, Gteetwich, lctdct SE9 5OE
T: -44 (0)20 8294 2548
F: -44 (0)20 8294 2621
chtis|ite.tctjets|et«
etj|ish-heti|~je.ctj.ul
english-heritage.org.uk/elthampalace
Eltham
Estorick Collection
of Modern Italian Art
World-famous collection of Italian
futurists, from Modigliani to Morandi,
in a beautiful Georgian house. Also
temporary exhibitions, events, library
and shop.
Open: Wed-Sat 11.00-18.00 (Thu
11.00-20.00), Sun 12.00-17.00
Entry: A £5, C & full-time students free,
concessions £3.50
Group: 10, pre-book
Contact: Roberta Cremoncini
39~ C~tctbutv Squ~te, lctdct N1 2AN
T: -44 (0)20 7704 9522
F: -44 (0)20 7704 9531
E: cut~|ct«es|cticlcc||ec|ict.cct
estorickcollection.com
Highbury & Islington
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Fenton House (NT)
A delightful 17th-century merchant’s
house set among the winding
streets of old Hampstead. The
charming interior houses
outstanding collections of Oriental
and European porcelain,
needlework, furniture and early
keyboard instruments. The walled
garden has formal walks, an orchard
and vegetable garden, and fine
wrought-iron gates.
Open: 5 Mar-30 Oct, Wed-Sun,
11.00-17.00. Open bank holidays
Entry: A £6.50, C £3, family £16
Group: 15, A £6. Must pre-book
Contact: Custodian
Witdti|| Hi||, H~tps|e~d,
lctdct NW3 6RT
T: -44 (0)20 7435 3471
F: -44 (0)20 7435 3471
E: |et|cthcuse«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk/fentonhouse
Hampstead
Florence Nightingale 9N
Museum
Florence Nightingale was the most
influential woman in Victorian Britain
after Queen Victoria. Travel through
three exciting pavilions, where you
will relive her childhood, understand
her experiences in the Crimean War
and learn about how she pioneered
modern nursing practice.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00. Closed
Good Friday, 25-26 Dec
Entry: A £5.80, C £4.80, family £16
(two adults and up to five children),
concessions £4.80, students £4.80
Group: 15 or more, 10% discount,
pre-booking recommended
Contact: Katie Edwards
G~ssic| Hcuse, 2 l~tbe|h P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 7EW
T: -44 (0)20 7620 0374
F: -44 (0)20 7928 1760
E: it|c«||ctetce-tijh|itj~|e.cc.ul
florence-nightingale.co.uk
Westminster/Lambeth North
/ Waterloo
The Foundling Museum 3M
The Foundling Museum tells the
story of the abandoned children
cared for in the Foundling
Hospital. It houses the Hospital’s
art collection donated by artists
including Hogarth, Reynolds
and Gainsborough, as well as an
exhibition on Handel, another
major benefactor.
Open: Tue-Sat 10.00-18.00,
Sun 12.00-18.00
Entry: A £5, C free, concessions £4
Group: Entry fee £4
Contact: Janet Broadhurst,
Events Manager
40 Btutswicl Squ~te,
lctdct WC1N 1AZ
T: -44 (0)20 7841 3600
F: -44 (0)20 7841 3601
E: etquities«|cutd|itjtuseut.ctj.ul
foundlingmuseum.org.uk
Russell Square
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Geffrye Museum 1T
The Geffrye explores the home from
1600 to the present day through a
series of period rooms. The museum
is set in beautiful 18th-century
buildings surrounded by attractive
gardens, which include an
award-winning walled herb garden
and a series of period gardens. Free
special exhibitions are mounted
throughout the year, a traditional
favourite being the Christmas Past
exhibition, when the period rooms
are decorated in authentic
festive style.
Open: Tue-Sat 10.00-17.00, Sun and
bank holidays 12.00-17.00
Entry: Free
Group: Pre-booking essential for groups
of 8 or more
Contact: Bookings Officer
136 Kitjs|~td Rc~d, Shctedi|ch,
lctdct E2 8EA
T: -44 (0)20 7739 9893
F: -44 (0)20 7729 5647
E: bcclitjs«je||tve-tuseut.ctj.ul
geffrye-museum.org.uk
/ Liverpool Street, then bus 149 or
242 from Bishopsgate
Old Street, exit 2, then bus 243
×
The Goldsmiths’ Company 5R
The Goldsmiths’ Company, based
at the magnificent Goldsmiths’ Hall
in the City of London, regularly
holds exhibitions and events to
promote contemporary jewellers
and silversmiths.
Open: Only open during exhibitions,
Mon-Sat 10.00-17.00. Open Days and
Tours should be booked through the
City of London Information Office,
T: -44 (0)20 7606 3030. Tours usually
take place at 12.00 and last 1 hour
Entry: Free
Fcs|et l~te, lctdct EC2V 6BN
T: -44 (0)20 7606 7010
F: -44 (0)20 7606 1511
E: |he.c|etl«|hejc|dsti|hs.cc.ul
thegoldsmiths.co.uk
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Ham House & Garden (NT)
Ham House & Garden is unique as
an example of 17th-century fashion
and power, and a place where time
appears to have stood still. Largely
created by the charismatic Duchess
of Lauderdale, Ham was designed
to impress in its day and it continues
to do so today.
Open: 14 Mar-30 Oct, Sat-Wed 12.00-
16.00. Garden also open in winter
months, 11.00-16.00
Entry: A £10.90, C £6.05, family £27.90
(house and garden), A £3.65, C £2.45,
family £9.75 (garden only)
Group: Discounts for groups of more
than 15 people
Contact: Visitor Services Manager
H~t S|tee|, Richtctd, Suttev TW10 7RS
T: -44 (0)20 8940 1950
F: -44 (0)20 8439 8241
E: h~thcuse«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk/hamhouse
/ Richmond then bus 371 to Sandy
Lane/Ham Street stop, or 1.5-mile walk along
Thames towpath from Richmond station
×
Hampton Court
Palace (HRP)
This magnificent palace set in
delightful gardens was famously
one of Henry VIII’s favourite homes.
Explore his State Apartments
and those of King William III,
where history is brought to life
with costumed guides. The Tudor
Kitchens offer an insight into life
below stairs, and the splendid
gardens are not to be missed.
Open: Daily, Mar-Oct 10.00-18.00,
Nov-Feb 10.00-16.30. Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: A £14, C £7 (2010 prices.
Check website for latest prices)
Group: 15
Contact: David Miles
Suttev KT8 9AU
T: -44 (0)20 3166 6311
E: jtcups~td|t~ve||t~de«htp.ctj.ul
hrp.org.uk
Hampton Court
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Hayward Gallery 7N
As part of London’s South Bank,
this famous international gallery
shows four major exhibitions
annually (no permanent collections).
Open: During exhibitions, Mon, Thu, Sat
& Sun 10.00-18.00, Tue & Wed
10.00-20.00, Fri 10.00-21.00
Group: 10, discounts (weekdays) for
pre-booked parties. Further discounts
for full-time education groups. Coach
drop-off point
Contact: Box Office
Be|vedete Rc~d, Scu|h B~tl,
lctdct SE1 8XZ
T: -44 (0)870 169 1000
E: hjit|c«h~vw~td.cc.ul
hayward.org.uk
/ Waterloo Embankment
×
HMS Belfast 7T
HMS Be||~s| is Europe’s largest
surviving armoured warship. She
served with distinction in both the
Second World War and the Korean
War. Saved for the nation in 1971,
she is now moored on the Thames
between London Bridge and Tower
Bridge. A tour of this great ship
will provide nine decks of insight
into her structure, power and what
life at sea would have been like for
sailors during major campaigns from
the Arctic Convoys to D-Day. With
regular free activities for visitors
of all ages, including a changing
temporary exhibition programme
and audioguides full of historical
information, veterans’ stories and
interpretation, HMS Be||~s| is sure
to provide a great day out for all
the family.
Open: Daily. Closed 24-26 Dec. Last
admission 45 mins before closing
Entry: A £12.95, concessions £10.40,
C under-16s free
Group: 10, discount
Mctj~t's l~te, Tcc|ev S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 21H
T: -44 (0)20 7940 6300
F: -44 (0)20 7403 0719
E: htsbe||~s|«iwt.ctj.ul
iwm.org.uk
/ London Bridge
The Household Cavalry 8M
Museum
A fascinating celebration of the
British Army’s senior regiment,
which uniquely provides the Queen’s
mounted bodyguard. Beautifully
showcased military exhibits,
working stable views, interactive
presentations and superb graphics
give vivid insights into this elite
fighting unit’s ceremonial and
combat operations.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00 (Nov-Mar
17.00). Last admission 45 minutes before
closing. Closed 24–26 Dec
& Good Friday
Entry: A £6, C £4, senior/student £4,
family £15
Group: 8+, 10% discount
Contact: Martin Westwood, Director
& Head of Commercial Operations
Hctse Gu~tds, Whi|eh~||,
lctdct SW1A 2AX
T. -44 (0)20 7930 3090
F. -44 (0)20 7414 2212
E. cct«hcusehc|dc~v~|tv.cc.ul
householdcavalrymuseum.co.uk
Embankment/Westminster
/St James’s Park
/Charing Cross
Houses of Parliament 8M
A fully guided tour of the Palace of
Westminster, including the Chamber
of the House of Lords, House of
Commons and Westminster Hall.
Open: Sat throughout the year. Summer
opening: 2 Aug-4 Sep & 20-30 Sep
Entry: A £14, C £6, family £35,
senior citizens £9, students £9,
Armed Forces £9
Group: Group rates available; 10+ must
pre-book
Wes|tits|et, lctdct SW1A 2TT
T: -44 (0)870 906 3773
F: -44 (0)20 7219 5603
parliament.uk
Westminster
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Imperial War Museum 9P
Discover the story of those who
have lived, fought and died in
conflict from the First World War to
the present day. Learn about the
conditions endured by First World
War troops in The Trench
Experience, explore the role of
espionage in The Secret War, and
find out about children who lived
through evacuation and the Blitz in
The Children’s War. Interactive
displays and a changing programme
of temporary exhibitions make this a
fascinating and absorbing day out.
The Museum also houses the
acclaimed Holocaust Exhibition, and
art galleries holding some of the
20th-century’s best-known
paintings. Imperial War Museum
London is one of five Imperial War
Museum branches.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00.
Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Free
Group: Groups of 10 or more must book
in advance
Contact: Groups Booking Officer
l~tbe|h Rc~d, lctdct SE1 6HZ
T: -44 (0)20 7416 5320
F: -44 (0)20 7416 5374
E: t~i|«iwt.ctj.ul
iwm.org.uk
Lambeth North/Elephant & Castle
/Waterloo
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Kensington Palace 7C
(HRP)
Kensington Palace has been
transformed into the Enchanted
Palace from spring 2010. Visitors
will explore the palace to find seven
of the princesses that have lived
there over the centuries,
encountering a series of stunning
installations of contemporary fashion
inspired by royal dress, theatrical
performance, music and magic, all
displayed in the magnificent
State Apartments.
Open: Mar-Oct 10.00-18.00, Nov-Feb
10.00-17.00, last admission one hour
before closure
Entry: A £12.50, C £6.25 (2010 prices.
Check website for latest prices)
Group: 10% discount for groups of
15 or more, pre-booking required
Contact: David Miles
Ketsitj|ct P~|~ce, lctdct W8 4PX
T: -44 (0)844 482 7770
T: -44 (0)20 3166 6000
E: jtcups~td|t~ve||t~de«htp.ctj.ul
hrp.org.uk
High Street Kensington
/Notting Hill Gate/Queensway
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Kew Gardens (Royal
Botanic Gardens)
Kew Gardens, a World Heritage
Site, is a mixture of stunning vistas,
magnificent glasshouses and
beautiful landscapes beside the
River Thames. Also home to a royal
palace, the Gardens represent 250
years of heritage as well as more
than 40,000 plant species from
lush rainforests to the driest deserts
on Earth.
Open: Daily. Closed 24 & 25 Dec
Entry: A £13.50, C free
Group: 15% discount if pre-booked,
10% at the gate
Richtctd, Suttev TW9 3AB
T: -44 (0)20 8332 5648
F: -44 (0)20 8332 5610
E: jtcups«lew.ctj
kew.org/groups
Kew Gardens Kew Bridge
Kew Palace (HRP)
The most intimate of the five royal
palaces, Kew was built as a private
house but became a royal residence
between 1728 and 1818.
Open: Easter-end Sep 10.00-17.00.
Closed through winter
Entry: A £5, C free, concessions
£4.50 (2010 prices. Check website for
latest prices)
Group: 10% discount for groups of
10 or more
Kew Gteet, Richtctd TW9 3AB
T: -44 (0)20 8332 5648
F: -44 (0)20 3166 6310
E: jtcups~td|t~ve||t~de«htp.ctj.ul
hrp.org.uk
Kew Gardens Kew Bridge
×
SEA LIFE London 8N
Aquarium
The London Aquarium is one of
Europe’s largest displays of global
aquatic life. Come face to face
with over 50 living displays and
400 different species on a voyage
through the world’s oceans.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00 (last admission
1700). Late opening in the summer
Entry: A £17.50, concessions £16,
C 3-14 years £12.50, under 3 years
free (peak prices). Prices may vary. See
website for peak and off-peak times
Group: 10, discount. Schools must
pre-book
Ccut|v H~||, Wes|tits|et Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 7PB
T: -44 (0)871 663 1678
E: it|c«|ctdct~qu~tiut.cc.ul
sealife.co.uk/london
/ Waterloo
Westminster
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London Bridge 7S
Experience
Housed in the vaults of the
1831 bridge, London Bridge
Experience follows the 2,000-year
history of the world’s most famous
bridge. Meet well-known characters
along the way. Descend into the
scary London Tombs for the ultimate
adrenalin-pumping experience.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00 (Jan-Jun
& Nov-Dec), 10.00-19.00 (Jul-Oct),
11.00-16.00 (24 Dec-1 Jan).
Closed 25 Dec
Entry: A £21.95, C £16.95, family
£64.95, concessions & students £17.95
Group: 10+ 20%. Pre-booking
necessary
Contact: James Kislingbury
2-4 Tcc|ev S|tee|, lctdct SE1 2PF
T: -44 (0)800 043 4666
F: -44 (0)800 043 4111
E: jtcups«|he|ctdctbtidje
expetietce.cct
thelondonbridgeexperience.com
/ London Bridge
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London Canal Museum 1M
The museum is a hidden gem on
two floors beside an attractive canal
basin close to King’s Cross station.
In a building built for the Victorian
ice trade, the story of that trade
is told along with that of London’s
canals, their people, horses and
working lives. A huge commercial
ice well can be viewed. For tour
groups the museum can provide
refreshments and facilitate boat trips
from its own mooring and additional
group activities such as a guided
towpath walk.
Open: Tue-Sun 10.00-16.30, plus bank
holidays and late opening to 19.30 on 1st
Thu of each month. Closed 24-26
& 31 Dec
Entry: A £3, senior/student £2,
C 5-15 £1.50
Group: Groups of 10 or more
at reduced prices
Contact: Martin Sach, Chair
12-13 New Wh~t| Rc~d, lctdct N1 9RT
T: -44 (0)20 7713 0836
F: -44 (0)20 7689 6679
E: it|c«c~t~|tuseut.ctj.ul
canalmuseum.org.uk
/ King’s Cross
London Dungeon 7S
The London Dungeon invites you
to delve into the capital’s most
blood-curdling history. Live actors,
two hair-raising rides, shows and
special effects transport you back
to those black, bleak times…
are you brave enough? New in
2010 – Bloody Mary: Killer Queen.
Feel the wrath of Bloody Mary,
daughter of the infamous Henry VIII
as she ruthlessly rids the country
of heretics. No one is safe from
persecution – men, women and
children are all under suspicion.
Feel the force of her wrath, the heat
of the flames and the intensity of
Mary’s obsession!

Open: Opening times vary, check
website for details. Closed 25 Dec
Entry: A £22.50, C £16.50,
concessions £20.50
Group: Discounts available for schools
and groups
28-34 Tcc|ev S|tee|, lctdct SE1 2SZ
T: -44 (0)20 7403 7221
F: -44 (0)20 7378 1529
E: |ctdctdutject
«tet|itet|et|~ittet|s.biz
thedungeons.com
/ London Bridge
The Merlin Entertainments 7N
London Eye
At 135m, The Merlin
Entertainments London Eye is
the world’s tallest cantilevered
observation wheel, with 40km
panoramic views on a clear day. The
gradual flight in one of the glass
capsules takes approximately 30
minutes, offering spectacular views
of London and famous landmarks.
For £33 per guest, visitors can enjoy
a glass of Champagne served by
their host while taking in amazing
views. This package is ideal for small
groups and couples and includes
fast-track entrance, priority boarding
and guidebook.
Open: Daily. Closed 25 Dec and for two
weeks in Jan 2011, dates tbc
Entry: A £17.95, C £9.50
Group: 15, pre-book for a 10% discount
for the London Eye or the London Eye
River Cruise
Rivetside Bui|ditj, Ccut|v H~||
Wes|tits|et Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 7PB
T: -44 (0)871 781 3000
E: cus|ctet.setvices«|ctdcteve.cct
londoneye.com
/ Waterloo Westminster
×
London Glassblowing 8X
& Glass Art Gallery
Peter Layton’s London Glassblowing
is a hot glass studio focused
on the creation and display of
contemporary glass art. The studio
has a reputation as one of Europe’s
leading glassmaking workshops,
with a particular flair for the use of
colour, form and texture.
Open: Mon-Fri 10.00-17.00
Entry: Free
Contact: Sylvie Marks or Peter Layton
62-66 Bettctdsev S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 31H
T: -44 (0)20 7403 2800
F: -44 (0)20 7403 7778
E: it|c«|ctdctj|~ssb|cwitj.cc.ul
londonglassblowing.co.uk
/ London Bridge Borough
×
London Transport 6M
Museum
Lively new galleries tell the story
of London’s transport system
and how it shaped the lives of
people living and working in London.
The Design for Travel gallery
showcases original artworks and
advertising posters.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00 (last admission
17.15), Fri 11.00-18.00
(last admission 17.15)
Entry: A £10, concessions £6, seniors
£8, under-16s free. Price includes
voluntary Gift Aid donation
Group: 15% discount for groups of
10 or more. All groups must be booked
in by contacting the bookings office on
-44 (0)20 7565 7298
Ccvet| G~tdet Pi~zz~,
lctdct WC2E 7BB
T: -44 (0)20 7565 7298
F: -44 (0)20 7565 7250
E: bcclitjs«||tuseut.cc.ul
ltmuseum.co.uk
/ Charing Cross Covent Garden
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London Wetland Centre
WWT London Wetland Centre is
a unique wildlife visitor attraction
just a five-minute bus ride from
Hammersmith. It is acclaimed as the
best urban site in Europe to watch
wildlife and runs regular activities
for visitors of all ages. A spectacular
105-acre landscape of lagoons,
lakes and ponds offers a safe haven
for hundreds of wild bird species,
dragonflies, bats and amphibians
plus a collection of rare birds.
Open: Daily 09.30-18.00 (summer),
09.30-17.00 (winter). Last admission an
hour before closing. Closed 25 Dec
Entry: A £9.95, C £5.50,
concessions £7.40
Group: 12, discount
Contact: Catherine Starling
Oueet E|iz~be|h's W~|l,
lctdct SW13 9WT
T: -44 (0)20 8409 4400
F: -44 (0)20 8409 4401
E: it|c.|ctdct«ww|.ctj.ul
wwt.org.uk
Barnes Hammersmith
×
Madame Tussauds 3H
Filled with 12 exciting, interactive
zones, Madame Tussauds combines
glitz and glamour with incredible
history, with over 300 wax figures.
Walk down the red carpet and
strike a pose with the Beckhams,
before beating Lewis Hamilton at his
own game in the racing challenge.
Start your royal experience with a
once-in-a-lifetime audience with Her
Majesty The Queen. Brave the serial
killers in Scte~t then relax in taxis
and relive London’s rich history. So,
who do you want to meet?
Open: Mon-Fri 09.30-17.30, weekends
and school holidays 09.00-18.00. Closed
25 Dec
Entry: A £25, C £21. Discounts and
offers available online
Group: Group of 10+ receive discount if
pre-booked
M~tv|ebcte Rc~d, lctdct NW1 5lR
T: -44 (0)870 400 3000
F: -44 (0)20 7645 5566
E: jues|.expetietce«t~d~te
-|uss~uds.cct
madametussauds.com
Baker Street
×
Middle Temple 6P
Middle Temple Hall, completed
in 1574, is late-gothic in style.
Its attractions are a rare double-
hammer beam roof, an intricately
carved screen, stained glass
windows, heraldic coats of arms,
Minstrels’ Gallery and fine oak
panelling throughout.
Open: Library opening times: Term time:
Mon-Thu 09.00-20.00, Fri 09.00-19.00,
Sat 10.00-17.00 (every 4th Sat).
Vacation time: Mon-Fri 09.00-17.30.
Non-members may use the library by
appointment only. There may be
a charge for this service
Entry: Free
Contact: Colin Davidson
Tte~sutv O||ice, 2 P|cwdet Bui|ditjs
lctdct EC4Y 9AT
T: -44 (0)20 7427 4820
F: -44 (0)20 7427 4821
E: b~tque|itj«tidd|e|etp|e.ctj.ul
middletemplehall.org.uk
Temple
Morden Hall Park (NT)
A green oasis in the heart of South
West London. A former deer park
with a network of waterways,
including meadow, wetland
and woodland habitats, plus a
spectacular rose garden with over
2,000 roses, particularly picturesque
and fragrant from May to September.
Open: Daily 08.00-18.00
Riverside café and National Trust shop
open 10.00-17.00
Entry: Free
Group: Pre-booked groups welcome.
Contact: Maureen Patel, Administrator
Mctdet H~|| Rc~d, Mctdet
lctdct SM4 51D
T: -44 (0)20 8545 6850
F: -44 (0)20 8417 8091
E: tctdeth~||p~tl«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk
Morden
×
Museum of London 4R
Step inside for an unforgettable
journey through the capital’s
turbulent past, from prehistoric
London to the splendour of
medieval London. Then venture
into the spectacular new
£20 million Galleries of Modern
London, which tell the story of
London and its people from 1666 to
the present day.
Open: Mon-Sun 10.00-18.00.
Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Free
Group: Must pre-book
150 lctdct W~||, lctdct EC2Y 5HN
T: -44 (0)20 7001 9844
E: jtcups«tuseutc||ctdct.ctj.ul
museumoflondon.org.uk/groups
/ Liverpool Street/Moorgate
St Paul’s/Barbican
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Museum of London
Docklands
From Roman settlement to
Docklands’ regeneration, unlock the
history of London’s river, port and
people in this historic warehouse.
Discover a wealth of objects from
whale bones to gas masks in
state-of-the-art galleries, including
Mudlarks, an interactive area for kids.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00. Closed
24-26 Dec
Entry: Free
Museut c| lctdct Dccl|~tds,
Wes| ltdi~ Ou~v lctdct E14 4Al
T: -44 (0)20 7001 9844
museumoflondon.org.uk/docklands
/DLR Canary Wharf DLR West India
Quay RIVER Canary Wharf Pier
National Army 12G
Museum
Find out how Britain’s past has
helped shape our present and future,
from 1066 to the present day. From
Kids’ Zone to celebrity lectures,
there’s something for everyone.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.30. Closed
24-26 Dec & 1 Jan
Entry: Free
Group: Groups accepted,
call to pre-book
Contact: Dept of Marketing & Events
Rcv~| Hcspi|~| Rc~d, Che|se~,
lctdct SW3 4HT
T: -44 (0)20 7730 0717
F: -44 (0)20 7823 6573
E: it|c«t~|ict~|-~ttv-tuseut.~c.ul
national-army-museum.ac.uk
/ Victoria Sloane Square
×
The National Gallery 6L
The National Gallery houses one of
the greatest collections of Western
European paintings in the world. Its
collection spans the period from
the Middle Ages to the early 20th
century and consists of over 2,300
paintings by many of the world’s
most famous artists.
Open: Sat-Thu 10.00-18.00, Fri 10.00
-21.00. Closed 24-26 Dec & 1 Jan
Entry: Free, except for some major
loan exhibitions
Group: 12 for charging exhibitions, please
pre-book on -44 (0)20 7014 8444.
Guided tours available (max 30). To book,
please call -44 (0)20 7747 2449
Tt~|~|j~t Squ~te, lctdct WC2N 5DN
T: -44 (0)20 7747 2885
E: it|ctt~|ict«tj-|ctdct.ctj.ul
nationalgallery.org.uk
/ Charing Cross Leicester Square
National Maritime 12KK
Museum
The National Maritime Museum
details inspirational stories of
exploration, discovery and
endeavour from Britain’s seafaring
past as well as examining the
continuing effects the oceans still
have on the world today.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00. Last entry
30 minutes before closing. Closed
24-26 Dec
Entry: Free, except for major
loan exhibitions
Group: 10. Must pre-book, email
bookings@nmm.ac.uk. For group
discount discuss with restaurant manager
Contact: David Salmon,
Marketing Officer
P~tl Rcw, Gteetwich, lctdct SE10 9NF
T: -44 (0)20 8858 6608
F: -44 (0)20 8312 6522
E: bcclitjs«ttt.~c.ul
nmm.ac.uk
Greenwich DLR Cutty Sark
RIVER Greenwich Pier
×
National Portrait Gallery 6L
With the world’s largest collection
of portraits, the National Portrait
Gallery offers a unique insight into
the men and women who have
shaped British culture from the
Middle Ages to the present day.
Featuring some of the most iconic
and instantly recognisable faces in
history, the Gallery has something
for everyone.
Open: Mon-Wed, Sat & Sun
10.00-18.00, Thu & Fri 10.00-21.00.
Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Free, except for some exhibitions
Group: 10. Must pre-book
S| M~t|it's P|~ce, lctdct WC2H 0HE
T: -44 (0)20 7306 0055
F: -44 (0)20 7306 0056
npg.org.uk
/ Charing Cross Leicester Square
×
Natural History 9E
Museum
The Natural History Museum reveals
how the jigsaw of life fits together.
Visit the new Darwin Centre and see
scientists at work as you explore
the natural world on an exciting
interactive journey through its
stunning futuristic cocoon structure.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.50. Closed
24-26 Dec
Entry: Free. A separate charge may
apply to some special exhibitions
and events
Group: 10. Must pre-book
Ctctwe|| Rc~d, lctdct SW7 5BD
T: -44 (0)20 7942 5000
E: |eedb~cl«tht.~c.ul
nhm.ac.uk
South Kensington
×
The O
2
7LL
Since The O
2
opened in June 2007,
the venue has sold more than three
million tickets, seen more than 16.5
million visitors through the doors
and has a database of over one
million customers. The O
2
arena,
comprising a mixture of more than
20 restaurants, bars and brand-new
interactive experiences, is a
must-see attraction for all. The O
2

is easily accessible by Tube, rail,
river and air, and is situated just two
minutes’ walk from North Greenwich
Tube station, in Zone 2 on the
Jubilee line.
Open: All year round
Contact: Customer Services
Petitsu|~ Squ~te, lctdct SE10 0DX
T: -44 (0)20 8463 2000
E: cus|ctetsetvices«|hec2.cc.ul
theo2.co.uk
North Greenwich
RIVER North Greenwich Pier

Old Royal Naval 12JJ
College
Wren’s magnificent baroque
buildings were erected 300 years
ago as the Greenwich Hospital,
home to veteran sailors. Before this,
Greenwich Palace, birthplace of
Henry VIII and Elizabeth I, stood
here. The Hospital became a naval
college in 1873, a role which lasted
125 years. Today the magnificent
Painted Hall, Chapel and Discover
Greenwich Visitor Centre are
open daily.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00. Chapel open
Sun from 12.30, public services from
11.00. Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Free. Guided tour A £5, C free
Group: Must pre-book, themed tours and
group catering available
Contact: April Hollier on
-44 (0)20 8269 4791
2 Cu||v S~tl G~tdets Gteetwich,
lctdct SE10 9lW
T: -44 (0)20 8269 4799
F: -44 (0)20 8269 4757
E: it|c«jteetwich|cutd~|ict.ctj.ul
oldroyalnavalcollege.org
DLR Cutty Sark for Maritime Greenwich
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Osterley Park and
House (NT)
One of the last surviving country
estates in London, Osterley Park
and House was transformed in the
late 18th century by Robert Adam.
Today, the gardens provide a retreat
from urban life and the park is
perfect for picnics and strolls.
Open: 2 Mar-30 Oct, Wed-Sun
12.00-16.30; 3 Dec-18 Dec, Sat-Sun
12.00-15.30
Entry: A £9.20, C £4.60, F £23 (House
& Garden); A £4, C £2 (Garden only)
Group: £7.80
Contact: Visitor Experience
& Marketing Manager
Os|et|ev P~tl, 1etsev Rc~d,
ls|ewct|h TW7 4RB
T. -44 (0)20 8232 5050
F. -44 (0)20 8232 5080
E. cs|et|ev«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk/osterley
Osterley
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Pasaje del Terror 6L
The globally-renowned scare
attraction Pasaje del Terror
welcomes the daring public to
witness two innovative spectacles
in one terrifying journey. Located at
London Piccadilly, Pasaje del Terror
will take you beyond the limits of fear.
Open: Mon-Thu 16.00-22.00, Fri
16.00-22.30, Sat 13.00-23.00, Sun
14.00-22.30, bank hol Sat & Sun
12.00-00.00, bank hol Mon 12.00-23.30,
Halloween 12.00-01.00. Last sale is 30
minutes before closing, and times may
change seasonally.
Please phone -44 (0)20 7494 1652 to
check times in advance.
Entry: Weekday A £14.95, C £12.95,
concessions/student £12.95. Weekend
A £15.95, C £13.95, concessions
/student £13.95
Group: 15+ £13.95 weekday,
£14.95 weekend
Contact: Felix Martinez, Sales
& Marketing
Ttcc~detc Cet|te, 13 Ccvet|tv S|tee|,
lctdct, W1D 7DH
T: -44 (0)20 7494 1652
M: -44 (0)7552 168 635
E: je||.wise«p~s~jede||ettct.cct
pasajedelterror.com
Piccadilly Circus
The Queen’s Gallery 8K
The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham
Palace hosts changing exhibitions
from the Royal Collection, one of the
world’s greatest collections of art.
Exhibitions range from paintings,
prints, drawings and watercolours
to decorative art such as furniture,
porcelain, miniatures and jewellery.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.30 (last admission
16.30). Closed Good Fri, 25-26 Dec,
1 Jan-15 Apr
Entry: A £8.75, C £4.50,
concessions £7.75
Group: Must pre-book. 10% discount
for groups of 15 people or more
Contact: Ticket Sales and
Information Office
Buclitjh~t P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SW1A 1AA
T: -44 (0)20 7766 7321
F: -44 (0)20 7930 9625
E: jtcupbcclitjs«tcv~|cc||ec|ict.ctj.ul
royalcollection.org.uk
/ Victoria Green Park
Queen’s House 12KK
The elegant Queen’s House was
once the summer villa of Charles I’s
queen Henrietta Maria, and the first
purely classical Renaissance building
in Britain. It is now the principal
showcase for the National Maritime
Museum’s world-class art collection.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00. Closed
24-26 Dec
Entry: Admission free. Charges apply to
some special exhibitions and events.
For further information, visit nmm.ac.uk
Group: 10. Must pre-book
Contact: David Salmon,
Marketing Officer
P~tl Rcw, Gteetwich, lctdct SE10 9NF
T: -44 (0)20 8858 6608
F: -44 (0)20 8312 6522
E: bcclitjs«ttt.~c.ul
nmm.ac.uk
Greenwich DLR Cutty Sark
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Red House (NT)
Commissioned by William Morris in
1859 and designed by Philip Webb,
Red House is a seminal building in
the history of domestic architecture.
It was acquired by the National Trust
in January 2003 and opened to the
public just six months later, thereby
enabling visitors to see the property
at this transitional stage in its history.
Open: 2 Mar-30 Oct, Wed-Sun
11.00-16.30, 4 Nov-18 Dec, Fri-Sun
11.00-16.30, open bank holidays.
Admission is by pre-booked guided tour
before 14.00
Entry: A £7.20, C £3.60, family £18
Group: Discount entry, £5.90
Red Hcuse l~te, Bex|evhe~|h,
lctdct DA6 81F
T: -44 (0)20 8304 9878
E: ted.hcuse«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk
Bexleyheath
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! 6L
Welcome to the world of Ripley’s
Believe it or Not! , where truth is
stranger than fiction. London’s
biggest new family attraction
features over 500 bizarre exhibits
including a model of Tower Bridge
made out of matchsticks, an
upside-down tea party and the
world’s tallest man.
Open: 10.00-00.00
Entry: A £17.95, C (5-15) £13.95,
C (under 5) free, family (2 adults, 2
children) £59.95, concessions £15.95
Group: 10+, 20% discount when
booking in advance
Contact: Alka Chandolia, Head of Sales
& Marketing
The lctdct P~vi|ict, 1 Picc~di||v Citcus,
lctdct W11 0DA
T: -44 (0)20 3238 0022
E: |t~de«tip|evs|ctdct.cct
ripleyslondon.com
Piccadilly Circus
Royal Academy of Arts 6K
The Royal Academy of Arts is one of
the UK’s leading art galleries and
hosts some of the most striking fine
art shows to be found in the city.
Situated in the heart of the West
End, the RA is within easy walking
distance of two Underground stations,
Piccadilly Circus and Green Park.
Open: Mon-Thu, Sat & Sun 10.00-18.00,
Fri 10.00-22.00 (last admission 30 min
before closing). Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Varies according to exhibition
Group: Special ticket price for groups.
Must be +10, must pre-book. For
bookings please call 020 7300 8027 or
email groupbookings@royalacademy
.org.uk
Contact: Maria Salvatierra
But|itj|ct Hcuse, lctdct W11 0BD
T: -44 (0)20 7300 5729
F: -44 (0)20 7300 8032
E: |t~ve|.|t~de«tcv~|~c~detv.ctj.ul
royalacademy.org.uk
Green Park/Piccadilly Circus
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The Royal Air Force
Museum
The Royal Air Force Museum
London boasts a world-class
collection of aircraft, integrated with
special exhibitions, films, interactives
and artwork all offering a fun and
educative day for children aged five
to 95. Located in north London,
accessible by Underground and off
Junction 4 of the M1.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00. Closed
24-26 & 31 Dec, 1 & 10-14 Jan
Entry: Free
Group: Refuel Meal Deals for groups on
request; driver benefits offered; private
tours for groups available on request
Contact: Anji Patel
Gt~h~te P~tl W~v, lctdct NW9 5ll
T: -44 (0)20 8358 4849
F: -44 (0)20 8358 4981
E: jtcups«t~|tuseut.ctj
rafmuseum.org
Colindale
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Royal Mews 8K
Explore the Royal Mews, one of the
finest working stables in existence,
with a multi-language audio guide.
See the dazzling Gold State coach
or possibly catch a glimpse of the
royal Windsor Grey and Cleveland
Bay horses during this unique tour.
Open: Aug-Sep open daily 10.00-17.00
(last admission 16.15). Mar-July & Oct
open daily, except Fri 11.00-16.00 (last
admission 15.15)
Entry: A £7.75, concessions £7,
C £5
Group: 10% discount for groups of 15+
Contact: Ticket Sales and
Information Office
Buclitjh~t P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SW1A 1AA
T: -44 (0)20 7766 7321
F: -44 (0)20 7930 9625
E: jtcupbcclitjs«tcv~|cc||ec|ict.ctj.ul
royalcollection.org.uk
/ Victoria Green Park
Royal Observatory 12KK
Greenwich
The Royal Observatory Greenwich is
the home of Greenwich Mean Time
and the famous Prime Meridian of
the World. It is a museum of time
and astronomy and also houses
London’s only public planetarium,
which provides a magnificent
introduction to the mysteries and
wonders of the night sky.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00; summer
opening times apply. For further
information, visit nmm.ac.uk.
Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Admission free. Charges apply
to planetarium shows, some special
exhibitions and events. For further
information, visit nmm.ac.uk
Group: 10. Must pre-book
Contact: David Salmon,
Marketing Officer
P~tl Rcw, Gteetwich, lctdct SE10 9NF
T: -44 (0)20 8858 6608
F: -44 (0)20 8312 6522
E: bcclitjs«ttt.~c.ul
rog.nmm.ac.uk
Greenwich DLR Cutty Sark
St Martin-in-the-Fields 6M
St Martin-in-the-Fields, a
much-loved and much-imitated
iconic 18th-century church has just
completed a £36 million renewal.
New interpretation, entertainment
spaces and facilities for visitors
with disabilities, in addition to 350
classical music concerts per year,
plus weekly jazz nights, traditional
brass rubbing, a shop and the Les
Routiers award-winning Café in
the Crypt.
Open: Church open all year round;
London Brass Rubbing Centre and
Shop: Mon-Wed 10.00-19.00, Thu-Sat
10.00-21.00, Sun 11.30-18.00. Café in
the Crypt: Mon-Wed 8.00-20.00, Thu-Sat
8.00-21.00, Sun 11.00-18.00
Entry: Free, but charges for brass
rubbings from £4.50. Audio tours £3.50.
Group: 16. Discounts available for
pre-booked evening concerts and brass
rubbing. Bespoke group menus and tour
information available upon request
Contact: Julie Emig, Head of Marketing
Tt~|~|j~t Squ~te, lctdct WC2N 411
T: -44 (0)20 7766 1115
F: -44 (0)20 7389 0773
E: ju|ie.etij«sti||.ctj
smitf.org
/ Charing Cross
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St Paul’s Cathedral 5Q
A cathedral dedicated to St Paul has
overlooked the City of London since
604AD. The current cathedral – the
fourth to occupy this site – was
designed by the court architect
Sir Christopher Wren, and built
between 1675 and 1710 after its
predecessor was destroyed in the
Great Fire of London.
Open: Mon-Sat 08.30-16.00 (last
admission). Closed to sightseers on
Sun, Christmas Day, Ash Wednesday
and Good Fri. The Cathedral sometimes
closes for special services or events.
Please check the Events Diary at stpauls.
co.uk or call -44 (0)20 7246 8350
(Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00)
Entry: A £11, senior £10, student £8.50,
C £3.50, family £25.50 (2A + 2C)
Group: 10+ A £10, senior £9, student
£7.50, C £3 (6-16 years). No need to
pre-book
Contact: Lynn Johnson
The Ch~p|et Hcuse
S| P~u|'s Chutchv~td, lctdct EC4M 8AD
T: -44 (0)20 7246 8248
F: -44 (0)20 7248 3104
E: visi|s«s|p~u|sc~|hedt~|.ctj.ul
stpauls.co.uk
St Paul’s
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Science Museum 9E
The Science Museum has over
12,000 objects, from spaceships
to steam trains to contemporary art
pieces. Enjoy science hands-on in
the interactive galleries, visit a
special exhibition, ride on simulators
or enjoy a film in the IMAX
3D cinema.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00. Closed
24-26 Dec
Entry: Free to museum. Charges apply to
IMAX 3D cinema, simulators and some
special exhibitions.
Group: 10. Discounts apply
Exhibi|ict Rc~d, lctdct SW7 2DD
T: -44 (0)870 870 4846
F: -44 (0)20 7942 4421
sciencemuseum.org.uk
South Kensington
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Somerset House 6N
Somerset House is a spectacular
neo-classical building in the heart
of London, sitting between the
Strand and the River Thames.
During the summer months a ‘grove’
of 55 fountains dance in the
courtyard, and in winter you can
skate on one of London’s favourite
ice rinks. 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. The opening up of
one of London’s most important
18th-century buildings has been one
of the greatest success stories of
the past decade. It has been
transformed from its days as
a government office to a vibrant
cultural hub for London.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00. Closed
25 Dec
Entry: Free but charges may apply to
certain exhibitions
Sctetse| Hcuse, S|t~td,
lctdct WC2R 1lA
T: -44 (0)20 7845 4600
F: -44 (0)20 7845 4637
E: jtcups«sctetse|hcuse.ctj.ul
somersethouse.org.uk
/ Charing Cross/Waterloo
Covent Garden/Embankment/Temple
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Sutton House (NT)
A unique survivor in London’s East
End, Sutton House was built in 1535
by Sir Ralph Sadleir, a rising star at
the court of Henry VIII. It became
home to successive merchants,
Huguenot silk-weavers, Victorian
schoolmistresses and Edwardian
clergy and, although altered over
the years, remains an essentially
Tudor house.
Open: 3 Feb-18 Dec, Thu-Sun
12.00-16.00. Closed Good Fri.
Open bank hol Mon
Entry: A £3, C £1, family £6.90
Group: 15, £2.70. Must pre-book
Contact: Custodian
2-4 Hctet|ct Hijh S|tee|, H~cltev,
lctdct E9 61O
T: -44 (0)20 8986 2264
F: -44 (0)20 8525 9051
E: su||cthcuse«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk
Hackney Central
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Tate Britain 10M
Tate Britain presents the world’s
largest collection of British art with
more than 500 years of creativity to
explore, from Turner and Constable
to contemporary works in the
Art Now series. Displays of this
extensive collection are free and
are complemented by special
ticketed exhibitions.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00
Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: Free, except for special exhibitions
Group: 10. Must pre-book on
-44 (0)20 7887 3959
Contact: Emily Barnes, Group
Sales Manager
Mi||b~tl, lctdct SW1P 4RG
T: -44 (0)20 7887 8888
F: -44 (0)20 7887 8007
E: eti|v.b~ttes«|~|e.ctj.ul
tate.org.uk/britain
Pimlico / Vauxhall
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Tate Modern 7Q
Housed in a disused power station,
Tate Modern is the UK’s largest
modern art gallery presenting
masterpieces by Dalí, Picasso,
Warhol and Matisse. Visit the art
collections for free or catch one of
the excellent exhibitions that are
presented throughout the year.
Open: Sun-Thu 10.00-18.00, Fri & Sat
10.00-22.00
Entry: Free, except for major loan
exhibitions
Group: 10. Must pre-book
Contact: Emily Barnes, Group
Sales Manager
B~tlside, lctdct SE1 9TG
T: -44 (0)20 7887 8888
F: -44 (0)20 7401 5052
E: eti|v.b~ttes«|~|e.ctj.ul
tate.org.uk/modern
Southwark/St Paul’s
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Tower Bridge Exhibition 7T
Enter the ‘Most Famous Bridge
in the World’ to experience
stunning panoramic views across
East and West London from the
high-level walkways, 140ft above
the Thames. Learn about the history
of the bridge before visiting the
magnificent Victorian Engine Rooms
and gift shop for the second part
of the tour.
Open: Daily. Closed 25-26 Dec
Entry: Prices valid until 31 March 2011. A
£7, C £3, under-5s free, concessions £5,
family, A 2C £11, 2A 1C £14,
2A 2C £16, 2A 4C £18
Group: 10+, discounts available. Please
see website for details
Contact: Carrie Hall
Tcwet Btidje, lctdct SE1 2UP
T: -44 (0)20 7940 3969
F: -44 (0)20 7403 4477
E: c~ttie.h~||«ci|vc||ctdct.jcv.ul
towerbridge.org.uk
/ London Bridge
Tower Hill DLR Tower Gateway
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Tower of London (HRP) 6T
The Tower of London spans over
900 years of British history.
Fortress, palace, prison, arsenal and
garrison, it is one of the
best-preserved and most-famous
fortified buildings in the world, and
houses the priceless Crown Jewels,
armouries, Yeoman Warders
and ravens.
Open: Tue-Sat 09.00-18.00, Sun &
Mon 10.00-18.00 (Mar-Oct); Tue-Sat
09.00-16.00, Sun & Mon 10.00-16.00
(Nov-Feb). Last entry one hour
before closure. Closed 24-26 Dec
& 1 Jan
Entry: A £17, C £9.50, concessions
£14.50, family £47. (2010 prices.
Check website for latest prices)
Group: 15+, 10% discount available
Contact: David Miles
Tcwet Hi||, lctdct EC3N 4AB
T: -44 (0)20 3166 6311
E: jtcups~td|t~ve||t~de«htp.ctj.ul
hrp.org.uk
Tower Hill DLR Tower Gateway
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Two Willow Road (NT)
Designed and built by Ernö
Goldfinger in 1939. The central
house of a terrace of three, it is
one of Britain’s most important
examples of modernist architecture,
and is filled with furniture also
designed by Goldfinger. The art
collection includes a number of
significant British and European
20th-century works.
Open: 5 Mar-30 Oct, Wed-Sun
11.00-17.00
Entry: A £5.80, C £2.80, family £14.50
Group: £5.50. Must pre-book
Contact: Custodian
2 Wi||cw Rc~d, H~tps|e~d,
lctdct NW3 1TH
T: -44 (0)20 7435 6166
E: 2wi||cwtc~d«t~|ict~||tus|.ctj.ul
nationaltrust.org.uk
Hampstead
The V&A Museum
of Childhood
The Museum of Childhood is part of
the V&A and houses a world-famous
collection of dolls and dolls’ houses,
games, puppets, toys, children’s
costume and furniture. The museum
explores the history of childhood
from the 16th century to the present
day, so there is something of interest
to everyone.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.45, last
admission 17.30
Entry: Free
Group: 10. Should pre-book on
+44 (0)20 8983 5205
C~tbtidje He~|h Rc~d,
lctdct E2 9PA
T: -44 (0)20 8983 5200
F: -44 (0)20 8983 5225
E: tcc«v~t.~c.ul
museumofchildhood.org.uk
Bethnal Green
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Victoria and 9E
Albert Museum
Where can visitors see ceramics,
fashion, glass, jewellery, metalwork,
photographs, sculpture, textiles and
paintings? Where else but the V&A,
one of the world’s leading museums
of art and design, and home to
3,000 years’ worth of amazing
artefacts from many of the world’s
richest cultures.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.45,
Fri 10.00-22.00
Entry: Free. Separate charges to
exhibitions may apply
Group: Contact -44 (0)20 7942 2764
or groups@vam.ac.uk
Ctctwe|| Rc~d, lctdct SW7 2Rl
T: -44 (0)20 7942 2000
E: v~td~«v~t.~c.ul
vam.ac.uk
South Kensington
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Vinopolis 7S
Set under the soaring arches of a
former railway viaduct, Vinopolis
offers wine and spirit enthusiasts
the opportunity to learn more about
the history of their favourite tipples,
and how to fully appreciate them
through a variety of wine tours and
tasting events. Whether learning
how wine is produced, how to match
cheese and wine or how to shake a
cocktail like a professional, there is
something for everyone to enjoy.
Open: Thu-Sat 12.00-22.00 & Sun
12.00-18.00 (last admission two hours
before closing). Please check website for
bank holiday and Dec opening hours
Entry: Prices start from £19.50
Group: Discounts available
Contact: Tour Sales
1 B~tl Etd, lctdct SE1 9BU
T: -44 (0)870 241 4040
E: s~|es«vitcpc|is.cc.ul
vinopolis.co.uk
/ London Bridge
Wallace Collection 5H
The Wallace Collection is a national
museum, displaying superb works
of art in a historic London
townhouse. The collection was
acquired principally in the 19th
century by the third and fourth
Marquesses of Hertford and
Sir Richard Wallace, the illegitimate
son of the fourth Marquess.
Open: Mon-Sun 10.00-17.00
Entry: Free
Het||ctd Hcuse, M~tches|et Squ~te,
lctdct W1U 3BN
T: -44 (0)20 7563 9551
F: -44 (0)20 7224 2155
E: etquities«w~||~cecc||ec|ict.ctj
wallacecollection.org
Bond Street
Wellcome Collection 3L
Wellcome Collection is a
groundbreaking space devoted to
exploring the connections between
medicine, life and art. Contemplate
what it means to be human through
the extraordinary collections of more
than 1,500 exhibits and artworks
exploring the past, present and
future of medicine. Nowhere else
will visitors find ancient sex aids,
shrunken heads, royal hair, a DNA
sequencing robot and a Picasso
drawing under one roof.
Open: Galleries: Tue-Sun 10.00-18.00
(Thu 22.00), closed Mon. Library: Mon,
Wed & Fri 10.00-18.00 (Tue & Fri 20.00),
closed Sun. Café & bookshop: daily
Entry: Free
Group: Group visits welcome, free
guided tours of galleries for pre-booked
groups of 8-20
Contact: Kirsten Warren, Visitor
Services Manager
215 Eus|ct Rc~d, lctdct NW1 2BE
T: -44 (0)20 7611 2222
F: -44 (0)20 7611 8258
E: it|c«we||cctecc||ec|ict.ctj
wellcomecollection.org
Euston Square/Warren Street
/ King’s Cross St Pancras/Euston
Westminster Abbey 9M
This world-famous church presents
a stunning trip through the history
of the British Isles. A working
church, the Abbey is home to
countless tombs and memorials to
the most famous kings and queens,
statesmen and soldiers, poets
and priests.
Open: Mon-Fri 09.30-15.30, Sat 09.30-
13.30, Sun closed for worship.
Entry: A £12, concessions (under-16s,
over-60s, student cards) £9,
C under 11 free
Group: £9
Contact: Duncan Jeffery, Head
of Communications
De~t's Y~td, lctdct SW1P 3PA
T: -44 (0)20 7222 5152
F: -44 (0)20 7654 4891
E: it|c«wes|tits|et-~bbev.ctj
westminster-abbey.org
Westminster/St James’s Park
/ Waterloo/Victoria
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Winston Churchill’s 7T
Britain at War Experience
Experience what life was like for
people in war-torn London during
the Second World War. “This is
a unique attraction, like something
out of Universal Studios” – Dame
Vera Lynn. Featuring evacuation,
rationing, weddings, bomb disposal
and gas masks. See it! Feel it!
Breathe it!
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00 (Apr-Sep);
daily 10.00-17.00 (Oct-Mar).
Closed 24-26 Dec. Last admittance
one hour before closure
Entry: £12.95, concessions £6.50,
C £5.50, family £29
Group: 10. Must pre-book
64·66 Tcc|ev S|tee|, lctdct SE1 2TF
T: -44 (0)20 7403 3171
F: -44 (0)20 7403 5104
E: it|c«bti|~it~|w~t.ctj.ul
britainatwar.co.uk
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Set in leafy Regent’s Park amid
heritage-listed buildings and
beautiful gardens, ZSL London Zoo
is an oasis in the heart of the capital.
This unmissable attraction, with
more than 750 amazing animal
species to discover, is the perfect
place for groups and individuals. The
must-see attractions at the Zoo are
Rainforest Life, an immersive
adventure into the subtropical jungle,
Animal Adventure, a fantastic
children’s zoo designed by kids
for kids, and the award-winning
Gorilla Kingdom.
Open: Daily. Closed 25 Dec
Entry: A from £16.50, C £13.50,
concessions £14.70
Group: 10, discounts available
Contact: Gwyn Davis
ZSl lctdct Zcc, Ou|et Citc|e,
Rejet|'s P~tl, lctdct NW1 4RY
T: -44 (0)20 7449 6235
E: t~tle|itj«zs|.ctj
zsl.org/traveltrade
Camden Town/Regent’s Park
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Attractions
– tours
BBC Tours
BBC Tours offer a tour of BBC
Television Centre, aimed at
anyone nine years and over, giving
an overview of the operation at the
most famous TV headquarters in the
world! A CBBC Interactive Tour for
children aged 7-12 years is also on
offer at Television Centre. Tours of
Broadcasting House in London, the
home of Radios 3 and 4, run every
Sunday and are suitable for anyone
12 years and over. All tours must
be pre-booked.
Open: Television Centre Tours, Mon
-Sat. Closed bank holidays and over
Christmas – call booking line for info.
Broadcasting House Tours, Sun only.
Entry: A £9.95, C £7.50, student £7.50,
concessions £8.95, family £30
Group: A £8.95, child £6.50, student
£6.50, concessions £7.95, school group
£5.50, teacher £7.50. Max number
per tour 22 at TV Centre and 20 at
Broadcasting House, but tours run
15-20 minutes apart to cater for
larger groups. One free place for every
15 people
Contact: Kelly Barnes,
Operations Manager
BBC Te|evisict Cet|te, Wccd l~te,
lctdct W12 7R1
T: -44 (0)370 901 1227
F: -44 (0)28 9032 6453
E: bbc¸~s¸|cuts«c~pi|~.cc.ul
bbc.co.uk/showsandtours
White City/Wood Lane (for TV Centre)
Oxford Circus (for Broadcasting House)
Central Hall 8L
Westminster – Tours
Take a guided tour of this unique,
historic Edwardian building. See
the Great Hall with its magnificent
organ and the superb view from
the balcony.
Open: Daily 09.30-17.00
Entry: Free. Donations welcome
Contact: Paul Moynihan
S|ctev's G~|e, lctdct SW1H 9NH
T: -44 (0)20 7222 8010
F: -44 (0)20 7222 6883
E: visi|ctsetvices«c-h-w.cc.ul
c-h-w.com
St James’s Park/Westminster
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Fuller’s Griffin
Brewery Tour
Come and see how traditional
brewing methods meet modern
technology to create award-winning
ales at the Fuller’s Brewery. Includes
full tasting session for over-18s.
No under-14s allowed. Advance
bookings essential.
Open: Mon-Fri at 11.00, 12.00, 13.00,
14.00 & 15.00
Entry: Tasting £10, non-tasting
(Mon-Wed only) £7
Group: Min 4, max 15. Please contact
the brewery to discuss larger
group options
Contact: Tony Johnson
Chiswicl l~te Scu|h, lctdct W4 2OB
T: -44 (0)20 8996 2063
F: -44 (0)20 8996 2079
E: |cuts«|u||ets.cc.ul
fullers.co.uk
Turnham Green
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Judith Blacklock Flower
School and Gallery of
Floral Art
Tours of the New Covent Garden
Flower Market. Learn the tricks of
the trade and how, what and where
to buy at wholesale prices. Enjoy
a floral spectacle at the centre
of the Flower Market followed by
Tregothan English-grown tea and
scones, with a demonstration and
mini workshop.
Open: By appointment – contact
the School
Entry: A C £55
Group: Contact the School
Contact: Judith Blacklock
1s| F|cct, Rcct 286-288 New Ccvet|
G~tdet F|cwet M~tle|, SW8 5NX
T: -44 (0)20 7235 6235
F: -44 (0)20 7235 6335
E: schcc|«judi|hb|~cl|ccl.cct
judithblacklock.com
/ Vauxhall
National Theatre 7N
Backstage Tours
Conducted tours of the building
Mon-Sat include workshops and
backstage areas. Tours three times
daily. Each tour lasts about one hour
15 mins.
Entry: A £5, C £4, must pre-book
Contact: Information Desk
Scu|h B~tl, lctdct SE1 9PX
T: -44 (0)20 7452 3400
F: -44 (0)20 7452 3344
E: it|c«t~|ict~||he~|te.ctj.ul
nationaltheatre.org.uk
/ Waterloo
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Shakespeare’s Globe 6R
Exhibition & Theatre Tour
Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition
& Theatre Tour offer a fascinating
introduction to the Globe Theatre
and life in Shakespeare’s London.
Discover Elizabethan Bankside – the
City of London’s playground – find
out how actors dressed
in handmade clothing and take
a tour of today’s working theatre,
brought to life by storyteller guides.
Theatre performances take place
May-early Oct.
Open: 10.00-17.00 (Oct-Apr); 09.00-
17.00 (May-Sep). During matinee
performances exhibition entry includes
a tour of The Rose Theatre on Bankside.
Closed 24 & 25 Dec
Entry: A £10.50, seniors/students with
valid ID £8.50, C £6.50, family (2 A & up
to 3 C) £28
Group: 15+ must pre-book. Special
rates apply
Contact: Geraldine Huitric
21 New G|cbe W~|l, lctdct SE1 9DT
T: -44 (0)20 7902 1500
F: -44 (0)20 7902 1515
E: exhibi|ict«sh~lespe~tesj|cbe.cct
shakespeares-globe.org
/ London Bridge
Mansion House/St Paul’s
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Theatre Royal, 5N
Drury Lane – Tours
‘Through the Stage Door’ is a
unique opportunity to go behind the
scenes of the world-famous Theatre
Royal, Drury Lane. Visitors will meet
characters from many eras, who
bring the history of one of London’s
oldest, largest and most magnificent
theatres to life.
Open: Tours Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri 14.15
& 16.45, Wed & Sat 10.15 & 12.00. Open
Sun by special arrangement
Entry: A £9, C £7
Group: 10, £6.50 per person.
Must pre-book. Gtcup bcclitjs
T: -44 (0)844 412 4650
Bcx O||ice cpet |tct 10.00-20.00
Contact: Group Bookings
C~|hetite S|tee|, lctdct WC2B 51F
T: -44 (0)870 890 1109
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Covent Garden
Sporting
attractions
– tours
Chelsea Football Club:
Museum and
Stadium Tour
Go behind the scenes of one of
London’s most famous sporting
landmarks with a Chelsea stadium
tour. Gain access to areas usually
reserved for the players. Visitors can
even get their hands on the Barclays
Premier League trophy and FA Cup!
Open: Mon-Sun 11.00, 11.30, 12.00,
12.30, 13.00, 13.30, 14.00, 14.30, 15.00.
Tours are not available on match days
or day prior to Champions League
home matches
Entry: A £16, C £10
S|~t|ctd Btidje, Fu|h~t Rc~d
lctdct SW6 1HS
T: -44 (0)871 984 1955 (UK ct|v)
T: -44 (0)20 7386 9373 (cvetse~s)
E: |cuts«che|se~|c.cct
chelseafc.com/tours
Fulham Broadway
Emirates Stadium Tours
Visit Arsenal’s state-of-the-art home
and see behind the scenes of one of
the most stunning sporting arenas
in the world. A must for all football
fans, with a comprehensive history
of the club and stadium.
Open: Standard Tours available Mon
-Sun, dependent on fixtures. Phoning to
book is essential
Entry: A £15, C £8, F £35.
Legends Tour A £35, C £18
Group: 10+, A £12.75, C £6.80
Hijhbutv Hcuse, 75 Dt~v|ct P~tl,
lctdct N5 1BU
T: -44 (0)20 7619 5000
F: -44 (0)20 7704 4001
E: |cuts«~tset~|.cc.ul
arsenal.com/stadiumtours
Arsenal/Holloway Road
Lord’s Tour (MCC) 2E
A behind-the-scenes guided tour
of the world-famous ‘Home of
Cricket’. The two-hour visit includes
the Long Room and dressing
rooms in the Pavilion, the MCC
museum, where the Ashes urn is
on display, and many other places
of interest. Please phone for details.
Open: Apr-Oct 10.00, 12.00 and 14.00
every day except major matches and
preparation days. Nov-Mar 12.00 and
14.00 every day, 10.00, 12.00 and 14.00
at weekends except 25-26 Dec & 1 Jan
Entry: A £14, concessions £8,
family (2 A + 2 C) £37
Group: Discounts for groups 20+
Contact: Antony Amos
lctd's Cticle| Gtcutd, lctdct NW8 8ON
T: -44 (0)20 7616 8595·6
F: -44 (0)20 7266 3825
E: |cuts«tcc.ctj.ul
lords.org
St John’s Wood
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Wembley Stadium Tour
Take the Wembley Stadium Tour
and walk in the footsteps of
football, sport and music’s greatest
legends. Enjoy a behind-the-scenes
tour and experience the world’s
most iconic 90,000-seat venue and
the home of English football. Hear
the crowd roar as you walk through
the players’ tunnel, walk the famous
trophy route, stand triumphantly in
front of the Royal Box and touch the
replica FA Cup. Feel the tension in
the England changing room, visit the
Bobby Moore statue, see Wembley’s
historical treasures and more.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00; closed
25 & 26 Dec, 1 Jan, major event days
and the build-up to or break down for
major events
Entry: A £15, C & concessions £8
Group: Discounts available
Wetb|ev S|~diut, Wetb|ev, HA9 OWS
T: -44 (0)844 800 2755
E: it|c«|hes|~diut|cut.cct
wembleystadium.com/tours
Wembley Park Wembley Stadium
/Wembley Central
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Wimbledon Lawn
Tennis Museum
Containing a fantastic collection
of memorabilia dating from 1555,
including championship trophies.
See the gallery, 200-degree cinema,
the ‘ghost’ of John McEnroe, and
donations from the tennis heroes
of today. The museum has audio
interpretation in eight languages.
New: CentreCourt360 in the court
itself. The behind-the-scenes tour
includes No.1 Court, the Millennium
Building and Press Interview Room
– normally out of bounds – and
Centre Court.
Open: Daily 10.00-17.00. Closed 24-26
Dec & 1 Jan. Also closed the middle Sun
of the tournament and the Mon after it.
The Museum is open only to tournament
ticket holders during The Championships.
Please call to confirm prices
Entry: Museum: A £10, concessions
£8.50, C £5.50. Museum & Tour: A £18,
concessions £15.75, C £13
Group: Group rates available. Group
minimum 15. One person FOC for every
20 paying. Pre-booking for group and
individual tours essential
Contact: Ashley Jones
The A|| Etj|~td l~wt Tettis ~td Ctcque|
C|ub, Chutch Rc~d, lctdct SW19 5AE
T: -44 (0)20 8946 6131
F: -44 (0)20 8947 8752
E: ~sh|ev.jctes«~e||c.cct
wimbledon.org/museum
Southfields
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World Rugby Museum and
Twickenham Stadium Tours
Spend a day at the home of England
Rugby. Whatever rugby team or
nation you support, Twickenham
is simply awe inspiring. Combine
a fascinating behind-the-scenes
guided tour of the world’s most
famous rugby stadium with a visit
to the World Rugby Museum. See
inside the England dressing room
and players’ tunnel where you
can imagine what it would be like
to run out to a wall of noise from
82,000 cheering fans. Groups and
educational tours available.
Open: Tue-Sat 10.00-17.00, Sun
11.00-17.00. Tour times: Tue-Sat 10.30,
12.00, 13.30, 15.00; Sun 13.00, 17.00.
Pre-booking requested. Event days –
tours not available, museum access to
ticket holders only. Closed 1 Jan, Easter
Sun, 24-26 Dec, post-match day Sun.
On match days tours are not available
– museum open to match ticket holders
only. Must pre-book
Entry: Tour & Museum A £14,
concessions £8, family £40 (2 A and up
to 3 C). Museum only A £6, concessions
£4, match day £4
Group: Discount available
Contact: Tours Officer
Twicleth~t S|~diut, Rujbv Rc~d,
TW1 1DZ
T: -44 (0)20 8892 8877
F: -44 (0)20 8892 2817
E: tuseut«t|u.cct
rfu.com/museum
Twickenham Station – 10-minute walk
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Attractions
outside London
Imperial War Museum
Duxford
One of the world’s most spectacular
aviation heritage complexes, this
houses First World War planes,
biplanes and Concorde. There
is also a stunning American Air
Museum and a fine collection
of military vehicles. Special
exhibitions include the Normandy
Experience and Monty, dedicated
to Field Marshal Montgomery, the
famous Second World War military
commander. The Museum holds
four air shows each year, plus
other events.
Open: Daily 10.00-18.00 (mid Mar-mid
Oct); daily 10.00-16.00 (mid Oct-mid
Mar). Closed 24-26 Dec
Entry: A £14.95, senior citizens £11.50,
C under-16s free. Higher rates apply for
airshows and premium events
Group: 20, discount
Contact: Marketing Department
C~tbtidje, CB22 4OR
T: -44 (0)1223 835 000
F: -44 (0)1223 499 321 (|t~ve| |t~de)
F: -44 (0)1223 837 267
E: dux|ctdjtcups«iwt.ctj.ul
iwm.org.uk
Cambridge, then bus to Duxford
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Windsor Castle
The largest and oldest occupied
castle in the world, and home of the
Queen. Visit the magnificent State
Apartments furnished with
world-famous works of art, and St
George’s Chapel, the burial place of
Henry VIII. You an also see Queen
Mary’s dolls’ house – a masterpiece
in miniature.
Open: Mar-Oct 09.45-17.15
(last admission 16.00); Nov-Feb
09.45-16.15 (last admission 15.00).
Closed 25 & 26 Dec
Entry: A £16, concessions £14.50,
C under 17 £9.50 per hour
Group: 10% discount for groups of 15+
Contact: Ticket Sales and
Information Office
Witdsct, Betls Sl4 1N1
T: -44 (0)20 7766 7321
F: -44 (0)20 7930 9625
E: jtcupbcclitjs«tcv~|cc||ec|ict.ctj.ul
royalcollection.org.uk
Windsor Central/Windsor Eton Riverside
Attraction
entry passes
London Leisure Promotions
– The Ace Card
The Ace Card saves money all over
London. This superb discount card
offers fantastic savings in over
350 well-known and prestigious
entertainment and leisure venues
across the capital – restaurants,
theatres, museums, exhibitions,
cinemas, clubs, music venues, shops,
and fitness centres. At £19.95 for
the card and catalogue, The Ace
Card has only to be used a couple
of times before it has paid for
itself. Discounted rates apply for
bulk buying.
Contact: Philippa Steed
lctdct leisute Ptctc|icts l|d, The
Ace C~td, Uti| 105, 483 Gteet l~tes,
P~|tets Gteet, lctdct N13 4BS
T: -44 (0)20 8207 6007
F: -44 (0)20 8207 4554
E: it|c«|he~cec~td.cct
theacecard.com
London Sightseeing Pass
Discover more and pay less with the
London Sightseeing Pass. Offering
great value and convenience and
giving entry to 55+ attractions,
including the Tower of London, St
Paul’s Cathedral and Windsor Castle.
Passes available for 1, 2, 3 and 6 days.
Group: 20, discount
Contact: Peter Muttitt, Sales Manager
58-60 Bettets S|tee|, W1T 3BB
T: -44 (0)20 7580 8060
F: -44 (0)20 7580 8065
E: pe|et«|eisutep~ssjtcup.cct
londonpass.com
Discount
vouchers
Take Two – London’s
Premier Voucher
and Guide Book
Save 50 per cent with 2 for
1 vouchers to top attractions,
restaurants, museums, theatre
tickets, gastropubs, galleries,
cruises, spas, traditional afternoon
teas and gifts. There are savings
of more than £800 to be made on
visits to London. Also available to
purchase on iPhone.
Cost: £19
Group: For trade enquiries please
contact sarah@taketwobooks.com
Contact: Sarah Duvalle
Betle|ev Squ~te Hcuse,
2td F|cct, Betle|ev Squ~te, M~v|~it,
lctdct W11 6BD
T: -44 (0)20 7659 6170
F: -44 (0)20 7659 0445
E: it|c«|~le|wcbccls.cct
taketwobooks.com
Sightseeing
information
Changing the Guard online
information centre
The popular ceremony is held
at Buckingham Palace with
ceremonies also at Windsor Castle
and a mounted ceremony at
Horseguards in London. To enjoy
the best from the ceremony, get
the guide book in advance from
changing-the-guard.com
Open: At Buckingham Palace 11.30
(but we advise you arrive by 11.15).
Daily May-July, otherwise alternate days,
check schedules before you go at
changing-the-guard.com
E: it|c«ch~tjitj-|he-ju~td.cct
changing-the-guard.com
Hospitality Line
The very best in leisure, travel and entertainment
HOTELS
RIVER CRUISES
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
THEATRES PUB PASSPORTS
MEAL AND ENTERTAINMENT
GROUP MEALS
UK AND EUROPE EUROSTAR
RESTAURANTSCOACHES
EXCLUSIVE EVENTS
RESTAURANT CHEQUES
Hospitality Line E: debbie.mills@hospitalityline.co.uk
Royal Parade Mews T: +44(0) 20 8289 9595
Chislehurst F: +44(0) 20 8289 9696
Kent BR7 6TN www.hospitalityline.co.uk/trade
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Exhibitions
& shows
The British Antique 10H
Dealers’ Association Fair
The UK’s leading national antiques
and fine art fair. Around 100
members of the prestigious British
Antique Dealers’ Association
exhibit in an elegant setting in
central London. Facilities include a
restaurant and Champagne bar, and
shippers and packers on site.
Open: 23-29 Mar 2011. Opens daily
11.00. Closes: 23rd 21.00; 24th, 25th &
28th 20.00; 26th, 27th & 29th 18.00
Entry: £10 single, £15 double
Group: Concessionary rate for groups
£8 per person, group leader free, no
minimum group size, pre-booking
necessary via main office, tours and talks
by arrangement
Contact: Gillian Craig, Director
Vetue: The Dule c| Yctl Squ~te,
c|| S|c~te Squ~te, lctdct SW3
O||ice: BADA l|d, 20 Ru||~td G~|e,
lctdct SW7 1BD
T: -44 (0)20 7589 6108
F: -44 (0)20 7581 9083
E: ji||i~t.ct~ij«b~d~-~t|iques-|~it.cc.ul
bada-antiques-fair.co.uk
Sloane Square
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RHS Chelsea Flower Show
Official Hospitality
Experience the buzz of the highest-
quality horticulture and design at the
world’s most famous flower show,
together with first-class cuisine
and cutting-edge hospitality in the
perfect oasis of the show’s specially-
created Hospitality Village.
Open: 24-28 May 2011. Daily
08.00-20.00
Entry: From £180 + VAT
Contact: Lorraine Blake
O||ice: Scdexc Ptes|ije, Suttev Hcuse,
P|~te Ttee Ctescet|, Fe||h~t,
Midd|esex TW13 7HF
T: -44 (0)870 421 4868
F: -44 (0)20 8831 3958
E: b|cct«ptes|ijehcspi|~|i|v.cc.ul
Sloane Square
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ExCeL London 6PP
Situated in a stunning waterfront
location close to Canary Wharf and
London City Airport, ExCeL London
offers 100,000 square metres
of flexible conference, exhibition,
meeting and event space. There
are also five on-site hotels and a
variety of bars, restaurants and
convenience stores. There are many
events, shows and exhibitions open
to the public throughout the year –
see the website to check what’s on.
Contact: Keith Clifford,
Marketing Manager
Ote Wes|ett G~|ew~v, Rcv~| Vic|cti~
Dccl, lctdct E16 1Xl
T: -44 (0)20 7069 4000
F: -44 (0)20 7069 4747
E: s~|es.etquities«exce|-|ctdct.cc.ul
excel-london.co.uk
DLR Custom House for ExCeL
Grand Designs Live
London 2011 6PP
This year’s show is bigger and better
than ever before, packed with
innovative ideas for homes, interiors
and beyond. Based on the
successful Channel 4 TV series
– presented by design guru Kevin
McCloud – it’s the perfect place to
come for design inspiration for your
home or just for a fantastic day out!
It’s a great chance to see hundreds
of innovative and inspirational
products and get free expert advice.
You can also pick up fabulous designer
pieces for your home and garden.
Book tickets and save money;
tickets bookable online. Dates, times
and ticket prices are subject to
confirmation. Please check website
for latest details.
Open: 30 Apr-8 May 2011,
10.00-18.00 daily
Entry: Weekdays £10 (advance)/£15
(door); weekend £15 (advance)/£18 (door)
ExCel lctdct, Ote Wes|ett G~|ew~v,
Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl, lctdct E16 1Xl
T: -44 (0)871 230 5583
E: it|c«jt~tddesijts|ive.cct
granddesignslivecom
DLR Custom House for ExCeL
Tullett Prebon London 6PP
International
Boat Show 2011
The Tullett Prebon London
International Boat Show, taking
place 7-16 Jan, has a stunning
new look for 2011, with a new
floor plan, new features and new
exhibitors. The show will make use
of a dropped-floor area, which will
feature a boardwalk hosting an
array of power and sail boats. An
all new Activity Watersports Pool is
sure to thrill and excite crowds as
professionals demonstrate tricks
and skills; and the water’s free for
you to have a go afterwards. Don’t
miss it!
Open: 7-16 Jan 2011
Entry: Standard Adult tickets £13
(advance)/ £18 (door); Preview Day
£18 (advance)/ £23 (door).
Two children 15 and under go free with
every adult
Group: Discounts on advance bookings
only, groups of 10+; Standard £10
(advance); Preview Day £15 (advance).
For more information on groups, call
-44 (0)844 412 4650
ExCel lctdct, Ote Wes|ett G~|ew~v,
Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl, lctdct E16 1Xl
T: -44 (0)871 230 7140
E: it|c«bc~|shcws.cc.ul
londonboatshow.com
DLR Prince Regent for ExCeL
London Music Show 2011 6PP
The UK’s biggest and most
inspirational music exhibition,
brought to you by Future Publishing,
the world’s largest publisher
of websites and magazines for
musicians. The three-day event has
been created for visitors to try the
latest instruments, buy the coolest
product, learn new techniques and
see some of the world’s most
iconic musicians.
Open: Check website for details
Entry: £15-£25
Contact: Tamara Ward, Event
Support Manager
ExCel lctdct, Ote Wes|ett G~|ew~v,
Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl, lctdct E16 1Xl
T: -44 (0)1225 442 244
E: |~t~t~.w~td«|u|utete|.cct
londonmusicshow.com
DLR Custom House for ExCeL
MasterChef LIVE 10A
MasterChef Live is back at London’s
Olympia and it’s bigger and better
than ever before. MasterChef Live
is the show that brings the hit
TV series to life, along with great
shopping, London’s top restaurants
and inspiring entertainment.
Highlights of the show include
the iconic MasterChef Invention
Test with John Torode and Gregg
Wallace, celebrity chefs including
James Martin, Rick Stein and Michel
Roux Jr, the finest speciality produce
at the Producers’ Village and
award-winning dishes at the
Restaurant Experience. This year,
your ticket also includes entry to
London’s finest wine experience,
The Wine Show.
Open: 12-14 Nov 2010 & Nov 2011
(dates tbc)
Group: Groups can save up to 20%
O|vtpi~, lctdct W14 8UX
T: -44 (0)844 581 1361
E: bbcjccd|ccdshcw«h~vt~tle|.cct
mastercheflive.com
Kensington (Olympia)
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Masterpiece London 2011
Masterpiece London is a showcase
of the best of the best from around
the world, fusing the fine and
decorative arts with contemporary
design, modern jewellery, vintage
wine and classic cars. Offers the
ultimate in elegance, luxury, quality
and sophistication.
Open: 23-28 Jun 2011. 22 Jun preview
11.00-22.00; 23 Jun
11.00-18.00; gala evening 18.30;
24-28 Jun 11.00-20.00
Entry: A £20, C under-12s free
Group: Contact the organisers on
-44 (0)20 7499 7470
Contact: Nicola Winwood
O||ice: 142 New Bctd S|tee|,
lctdct W1S 2BS
T: -44 (0)20 7499 7470
E: cct|~c|«t~s|etpiece|~it.cct
masterpiecefair.com
Sloane Square
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The Carole Nash MCN 6PP
Motorcycle Show
The Carole Nash MCN
Motorcycle Show 2011 is
a whole new motorcycling event.
A ‘Revolutionary’ new stunt show
with celebrity and legendary riders,
motorcycles from top leading
manufacturers, extensive shopping
for all the essential biking kit, MCN
features, plus much, much more!
Open: 3-6 Feb 2011
Entry: Static Show only: A £19 (£14.50
advance), C 5-15 £7 (£7 advance), under
5s free (gate & advance), Seniors £12
(£10 advance). Stunt Show + Static
Show: Standard A £29.95 (£22.50
advance), Premium A £27.50 (advance
only), C 5-15 £12 (gate & advance),
under 5s £4 (£2 advance), Seniors £22
(£16 advance), Family (2A + 2C) £80
gate only. Quote code LMS33 when
purchasing tickets to save 18% off gate
prices (advance prices shown above)
Contact: Claire Smith,
Marketing Department
ExCel lctdct, Ote Wes|ett G~|ew~v,
Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl, lctdct E16 1Xl
T: -44 (0)844 581 0752
mcnmotorcycleshow.com
DLR Custom House for ExCeL
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Tour guide
associations
Association of
Professional Tourist Guides
APTG is the professional
association of London’s Blue
Badge Guides. Members offer a
wide range of specialist and
non-specialist guided tours in more
than 30 languages including tours
of the sites of the 2012 Olympic
Games and Paralympic Games.
Contact: Anna Simpson, Administrator
128 Thecb~|d's Rc~d, lctdct WC1X 8TN
T: -44 (0)20 7611 2545
E: ~p|j«~p|j.ctj.ul
touristguides.org.uk
Guild of Registered
Tourist Guides
The national professional association
representing 1,900 tourist guides
in London and throughout the
UK. Members offer tours in 37
languages. Full members hold the
Blue Badge, ensuring excellence
and professionalism at all times.
Contact: Mehmet Ahmet,
Executive Manager
Gui|d Hcuse, 52d Bctcujh Hijh S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 1XN
T: -44 (0)20 7403 1115
F: -44 (0)20 7378 1705
E: jui|d«b|ue-b~dje.ctj.ul
blue-badge-guides.com
Sightseeing
tours/Coach
& bus tours
Big Bus Company
With superb live guides and
multilingual commentary, the Big
Bus open-top tour is the best way to
explore and enjoy London. The tour
includes three walking tours, river
cruises and the flexibility to hop on
and off at a great range of popular
landmarks and attractions.
Open: Winter 08.30-16.30 (last full
circuit departure). Summer 08.30-18.00
(last full circuit departure). Closed
25 Dec
Entry: A £26, C £10
Contact: Andy McIntyre,
Commercial Manager
Gtcsvetct G~tdets Hcuse,
35-37 Gtcsvetct G~tdets,
lctdct SW1W OBS
T: -44 (0)20 7808 6760
F: -44 (0)20 7976 4380
E: ~tdv«bijbus|cuts.cct
bigbustours.com
British Tours
Originator of car and driver-guide
sightseeing. Offers flexible day tours
and FIT packages around Britain.
Qualified multilingual guides with
comfortable saloon cars.
Contact: Jason Doll-Steinberg,
Marketing Manager
615 litet H~||, 162-168 Rejet| S|tee|,
lctdct W1B 5TE
T: -44 (0)20 7038 0688
F: -44 (0)20 7038 0687
E: |cuts«bti|ish|cuts.cct
britishtours.com
The Ghost Bus Tours
There’s something funny about this
bus… Take a ride to the dark side on
a vintage double-decker for a unique
and sinister sightseeing show. The
strange conductor tells gripping
tales of horror as the bus reveals its
own ghastly secrets.
Open: Tue-Sun at 19.30 and 21.00.
Closed 24-26 & 31 Dec & 1 Jan
Entry: A £18, C £12, concessions £12
Group: 12, 10% discount, email
groups@theghostbustours.com
Contact: Reservations Team
33 New Ox|ctd S|tee|, lctdct WC1A 1BH
T: -44 (0)844 5678 666
F: -44 (0)20 7240 6133
E: it|c«|hejhcs|bus|cuts.cct
theghostbustours.com
/ Charing Cross Embankment
Golden Tours Ltd
Golden Tours, truly the local expert,
offering a fantastic range of full and
half day UK and Paris sightseeing
tours. From Bath and Stonehenge
to Royal Windsor and Stratford,
explore English heritage at its finest.
Whether you’re looking for fast-track
attraction tickets, private airport
transfers or tailored group itineraries,
Golden Tours is a one-stop shop.
Contact: Reservations
4 Fcut|~it Squ~te, 123-151 Buclitjh~t
P~|~ce Rc~d, lctdct SW1W 9SH
T: -44 (0)20 7233 6668
F: -44 (0)20 7233 7039
E: tesetv~|icts«jc|det|cuts.cc.ul
goldentours.com
It’s Your London
It’s Your London design and
organise tailor-made tours of
London for small private groups.
Each trip is built around visitors’
interests, timescales and budget
for a unique experience. Variety of
tours, from half-day tours through to
several days.
Contact: Sue Hillman, Director
T: -44 (0)20 3091 5849
E: sue«i|svcut|ctdct.cc.ul
itsyourlondon.co.uk
London Duck Tours
London Duck Tours is no ordinary
sightseeing tour. It’s a guided tour
by road and river where you never
have to leave the comfort of your
seat. Nothing compares to the thrill
of driving from the road straight into
the River Thames.
Contact: Reservation Team
55 Yctl Rc~d, lctdct SE1 7N1
T: -44 (0)20 7928 3132
F: -44 (0)20 7928 2050
E: etquities«|ctdctducl|cuts.cct
londonducktours.co.uk
London Heritage Travel
Ride the legend. The traditional red
London Routemaster bus isn’t just
a mode of transport – it’s an iconic
London experience. Client-centred
private hire, hosted and marshalled
for celebrations, tours or transfers.
The finest fleet backed by the
highest standards of professional
service. Operating 24 hours per day,
seven days a week, 52 weeks a year.
(Office: Mon-Sat 09.00-17.00).
Up to 72-seater hire, free quotations
by phone or via the website.
Pick up: door-to-door.
Contact: Brian or Judith
2 Ctcwt l~te, li|||epct|, E|v,
C~tbtidjeshite CB6 1PP
T: -44 (0)1353 863 273
F: -44 (0)1353 863 273
E: ~dtit«|ctdct-heti|~je-|t~ve|.cct
london-heritage-travel.com
Meridian Ducks
A new attraction for all the family.
A Meridian Duck Tour is a unique
sightseeing tour in London for you
and your family to see the sights of
Greenwich from both land and water.
Open: 10.00-18.00 all year
Entry: A (18+) £24, C (1-17) £17, infants
(under-1) not allowed. Concessions:
students 18+ & OAPs £17; family (2 A +
2 C 12 & under) £64
Metidi~t Ducls Ticle| O||ice & Tettitus,
Nct|h Gteetwich Utdetjtcutd, B|~clw~||
Rc~d, lctdct SE10 0AY
T: -44 (0)20 7096 2053
E: |icle|s«tetidi~tducls.cct
meridianducks.com
Original London
Sightseeing Tour
The world’s first and largest
open-top sightseeing operator,
offering its famous hop-on hop-off
tours on traditional red double-
decker buses. Entertaining live
guides, six foreign-language
commentaries, free walking tours,
free River Cruise Pass and unique
Kids’ Club are included in the
24-hour ticket.
Open: Service operates between 08.30
and 16.30 (last full tour) every 15-20
minutes in winter with more frequent
departures in the summer
Entry: A £25, C £12
Contact: Natascha Crump, Head of
Commercial Development
1ews Rcw, W~tdswct|h, lctdct SW18 1TB
T: -44 (0)20 8877 1722
F: -44 (0)20 8877 1968
E: |t~ve||t~de«|hectijit~||cut.cct
theoriginaltour.com
Premium Tours
Operating daily sightseeing tours of
London and famous heritage sites
outside of London with professional
guides. Open-top double-decker
tours of London, private visits to
Stonehenge, Leeds Castle, the
Tower of London, plus other
unusual destinations.
Open: 07.00-10.00, 365 days of the year
Entry: From £19 per person
Group: Group prices on request
Contact: Phil Coulter, Commercial Director
Sui|e 14, 232 Ccpeth~jet S|tee|,
lctdct N1 OAW
T: -44 (0)20 7713 1311
F: -44 (0)20 7404 7312
E: phi|.ccu||et«ptetiut|cuts.cc.ul
premiumtours.co.uk
Driver-guides/
Chauffeur
services
Driver-Guides
Association (DGA)
The DGA is the professional
association of Blue Badge
driver-guides. Cars are correctly
licensed and insured. The DGA work
in all major languages, providing
individual tours of Britain. Make sure
your clients have a memorable trip,
book a DGA driver-guide.
Contact: Robina Brown, Chairman
92 Rcsete~|h Rc~d, lctdct SW11 6AO
T: -44 (0)20 7993 6901
F: -44 (0)20 8870 5314
E: bcclitjs«dj~|cuts.cct
dgatours.com
Good Company
Private sightseeing service with
car and tourist board-registered
driver-guides. Saloons and mini-vans
throughout Great Britain. Linguists
also available.
Contact: Simon Good,
Managing Director
O~lhuts|, Fcut E|ts Rc~d, Edetbtidje,
Ket| TN8 6lR
T: -44 (0)1732 862 165
F: -44 (0)1732 862 619
E: sitct«sitctjccd.cct
River & canal
boat operators/
Canals
Bateaux London 7N
Bateaux London combines
London’s stunning views with
quality dining to create an
unforgettable Thames experience.
Offering daily cruise departures
throughout the year, Bateaux
London is an essential part of
everyone’s visit to London.
Contact: Sales Team
Etb~tltet| Piet, Vic|cti~ Etb~tltet|,
lctdct WC2N 6NU
T: -44 (0)20 7695 1807
F: -44 (0)20 7839 1034
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Westminster
Daily scheduled cruises departing
from Westminster Pier, with calls at
Festival, Embankment, Bankside,
London Bridge City and St
Katharine’s piers daily in the high
season. Totally flexible hop-on,
hop-off service throughout the day
at all piers. Group rates and private
hire available.
Contact: Jenny Harvey, Secretary
B|~cl|ti~ts Piet, The O|d Putp Hcuse,
P~u|'s W~|l, lctdct EC4V 3OR
T: -44 (0)20 7936 2033
F: -44 (0)20 7936 3383
crownriver.com
City Cruises 8M
See London from the Thames. City
Cruises offers river sightseeing,
dining, entertainment and charter
services. Daily hop-on, hop-off
sightseeing between Westminster,
the London Eye, Tower and
Greenwich piers, plus the charter
fleet of boats. Plus, experience the
London Showboat cabaret dinner
cruise and the permanently moored
restaurant ship R.S. Hisp~tic|~.
Contact: Natasha Contini, Head
of Sales & Marketing
Chettv G~tdet Piet, Chettv G~tdet
S|tee|, lctdct SE16 4TU
T: -44 (0)20 7740 0400
F: -44 (0)20 7740 0495
E: it|c«ci|vctuises.cct
citycruises.com
East End Canals
The canals of London’s East End
offer all kinds of entertainment
opportunities. From museums,
galleries, waterside walks, excellent
eating and drinking and great parks,
this area of London is rich in history
and life.
lctdct E3
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E: etquities.|ctdct«bti|ish
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Mile End

/DLR Canary Wharf
DLR Limehouse/West India Quay
King’s Cross and 1M
the Regent’s Canal
Stepping off the train at King’s
Cross, you’d be forgiven for thinking
that you’re miles away from any open
space and wildlife. However, a short
walk up York Way is the eight-mile
Regent’s Canal, the London Canal
Museum, Camley Street Natural
Park and Kings Place arts venue.
New Wh~t| Rc~d, lctdct N1
T: -44 (0)20 7985 7200
E: etquities.|ctdct«bti|ishw~|etw~vs.cc.ul
waterscape.com/yourstoenjoy
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
Little Venice 4D
For boat trips, alfresco eating and
drinking and great views, visit the
charming Little Venice, a pool of
water surrounded by Regency
architecture and greenery, where
the Grand Union and the Regent’s
Canals meet.
B|ct|ie|d Rc~d, Pcc| c| li|||e Vetice
lctdct W2
T: -44 (0)20 7985 7200
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Warwick Avenue / Paddington
London Eye 8N
River Cruise
See London from a different
perspective and enjoy a unique
40-minute circular cruise on the
River Thames with fascinating live
commentary presented by trained
guides. Highlights include the
Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s
Cathedral and the Tower of London.
A London Eye River Cruise is
suitable in all weather as the boat
has covered and sun deck seating.
Audio commentary is available in
various languages.
Open: Daily. Closed 25 & 26 Dec, and for
two weeks in Jan 2011, dates tbc
Entry: A £12, C £6
Group: 15, pre-book for 10% discount
for the London Eye River Cruise or the
London Eye
The lctdct Eve, Mi||ettiut Piet,
Scu|h B~tl, lctdct SE1 7PB
T: -44 (0)870 781 3000
E: cus|ctet.setvices«|ctdcteve.cct
londoneye.com
/ Waterloo Westminster
London RIB Voyages 8N
Exhilarating and memorable guided
speedboat adventures on the River
Thames from the world-famous
London Eye. On the hour every hour,
fun for all the family. Trips run daily
throughout summer from 10.00 to
18.00. Advanced booking advised.
Please check with supplier for
winter availability.
Contact: Reservations Team
Bc~tditj G~|e Ote, The lctdct Eve Piet,
Scu|hb~tl, lctdct, SE1 7PB
T: -44 (0)20 7928 8933
E: bcclitjs«|ctdcttibvcv~jes.cct
londonribvoyages.com
/ Waterloo
London Waterbus Co Ltd
Trips on historic canal boats along
the tranquil Regent’s Canal through
Regent’s Park and ZSL London Zoo.
The boats run between picturesque
Little Venice and lively Camden
Lock, and stop for entry to ZSL
London Zoo at its own canal gate.
Open: Daily Apr-Sep, 10.00-17.00.
Reduced service Oct-Mar
Entry: A from £6.70
Group: Discounts on pre-booked
groups of 20+
58 C~tdet lccl P|~ce, lctdct NW1 8AF
T: -44 (0)20 7482 2550
E: c~t~||tips«|ctdctw~|etbus.cct
londonwaterbus.com
Silver Fleet Woods
River Cruises
Four luxury vessels for private
charter on the River Thames
available from any central London
pier. Exclusively caterered for by
“rhubarb” on the river, combining
stylish and creative flair with
exceptional service in magnificent
surroundings. The best views
in London!
Contact: Micha Wyatt,
Head of Sales and Marketing
W~ppitj Piet, Kitj Hettv's S|~its,
W~ppitj Hijh S|tee|, lctdct E1W 2NR
T: -44 (0)20 7481 2711
F: -44 (0)20 7481 8300
E: s~|es«si|vet||ee|.cc.ul
silverfleet.co.uk
Thames Clippers
Thames Clippers operate London’s
only fleet of high-speed catamarans
for both commuters and visitors
to London. With the River Roamer
‘hop-on, hop-off’ day ticket, you
get the freedom of the
attraction-filled stretch of the
Thames between the West End,
Greenwich and The O
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ticket also includes travel on the Tate
to Tate service, taking you between
Tate Modern and Tate Britain. Buy
tickets onboard.
Contact: Chiara Guardascione,
Senior Marketing Executive
AEG Eutcpe, The O
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, Petitsu|~ Squ~te,
lctdct SE10 0DX
T: -44 (0)20 8463 2642
E: web«|h~tesc|ippets.cct
thamesclippers.com
Thames RIB Experience 7M
Thames RIB Experience – the
newest and fastest way to see
London from the River Thames.
Receive a Guided Tour from
Embankment to Tower Bridge
and then enjoy a super-fast trip to
Canary Wharf or venture further to
the Thames Barrier.
Entry: Canary Wharf Experience A £29,
C £16; Thames Barrier Experience
A £45, C £27
Group: Party Bookings, Corporate,
Filming, Charter Bookings all catered for
– to book call -44 (0)870 224 4200
Etb~tltet| Piet, Vic|cti~ Etb~tltet|,
lctdct WC2N 6NU
T: -44 (0)870 224 4200
E: it|c«|h~testibexpetietce.cct
thamesribexperience.com
/ Charing Cross
Embankment
Thames River Adventures Ltd
A Thames River Adventure Tour is
an exclusive kayaking experience
that lets you see London from a
unique angle on the River Thames
and London canals. Share an
adventure unlike any other attraction
in London.
Open: Feb-Oct, 7 days a week sunrise-
sunset (times vary throughout the year).
Daytime tours 10.00, 12.30 & 13.00. See
website for dates and times
Entry: £59 for Hampton Court Tours
£74.99 for Regent’s Canal Tour. £89.99
for Tower Bridge Tours (must be over 16)
Group: Over 8 people, 20% discount
Contact: Niamh Walsh
Mc|esev lccl, Rivetb~tl,
E~s| Mc|esev KT8 9AW
T: -44 (0)20 8361 3009
T: -44 (0)7931 845 495
T: -44 (0)7931 845 345
E: it|c«|h~testivet~dvet|utes.cc.ul
thamesriveradventures.co.uk
Hampton Court
Topsail Events & Charters
Spectacular Thames cruises on
restored historic ships, with Tower
Bridge opening especially for you
and your guests. Wine-tasting
cruises, clay shoots, Christmas
parties and many other activities,
from one of Britain’s leading
maritime-event organisers.
Contact: Amy Edward,
Marketing Manager
The Gc|e, S|te~|, H~ssccls,
E~s| Sussex BN6 8RN
T: -44 (0)20 7022 2201
F: -44 (0)1273 890848
E: it|c«|cps~i|evet|s.cc.ul
topsailevents.co.uk
Cycling tours
Capital Sport - Gentle
Cycling, Walking
and Boating Tours
Self-guided, guided and bespoke
tours of London, the Cotswolds,
Oxford, Windsor, Kent and Devon
and the River Thames. Individuals
and groups catered for. Tours
from half-day to two weeks, many
starting from London. Hand-picked
accommodation, luggage transfers,
and host included.
Contact: Wendy Carter
T: -44 (0)1296 631 671
F: -44 (0)1296 631 703
E: it|c«c~pi|~|-spct|.cc.ul
capital-sport.co.uk
/London Bridge
Cycle Tours of London 5P
Scheduled, private, familiarisation
and bespoke guided sightseeing
tours run daily all year. A family run
business taking pride in showing
London at its best, including the
city’s famous landmarks and hard to
find wonders.
Open: Daily 08.30-18.30; closed 25 Dec
Entry: A £18, C £15 students
/family £15
Group: 10+, 20% discount
Contact: Mathew Tregaron
63 Shce l~te, lctdct, EC4A 3BE
T: -44 (0)20 7738 6310
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cycletoursoflondon.com
/ Farringdon Chancery Lane
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Fat Tire Bike Tours
– London
Family-friendly bicycle tours
encompassing major sights via the
Royal Parks: Buckingham Palace,
Trafalgar Square, the Houses of
Parliament, Kensington Palace and
many more. Plus a second tour along
the South Bank – the River Thames
Bike Tour. Motto: See More. Less
Effort. More Fun.
Open: Royal London Tour: 1 Mar-30 Nov,
daily at 11.00. From 15 May-15 Sep,
a tour is offered at both 11.00 and 15.30.
Please check the website for
full details
Entry: A £20, C & students £18
Group: Group/private tours available
Contact: David Phillips, London Manager
T: -44 (0)7882 338 779
E: |ctdct«|~||itebile|cuts.cct
fattirebiketourslondon.com
The London Bicycle 7P
Tour Co. Ltd
The London Bicycle Tour
Company takes pride in hiring
out bicycles to fit all shapes and
sizes, whether you’re a beginner
or cycle competitively. They also
offer sightseeing tours with a bike
and guide, escorting cyclists on a
three-hour tour through the cycle
routes, side roads and alleyways of
the capital.
1~ G~btie|s Wh~t|, 56 Uppet Gtcutd,
lctdct SE1 9PP
T: -44 (0)20 7928 6838
E: etquities«|ctdctbicvc|e.cct
londonbicycle.com
Walking tours
Brit Movie Tours – TV and
Film Location Tours
Take a TV and Film Location Tour
and get closer to the places and
characters you know so well on
screen. Guided by local actors or
actresses, the bus and walking
tours will take you to sites from your
favourite shows and movies. See
fascinating landmarks, go behind
the scenes, hear trivia about your
favourite characters and stars, and
have fun.
Open: All year
Entry: See website for more details
Group: Discounts available for groups
Contact: Lewis Swan
18 S| 1~tes Rc~d, Su||ct,
Suttev SM1 2TP
T: -44 (0)844 247 1007
E: it|c«bti|tcvie|cuts.cct
britmovietours.com
CameraTrails
CameraTrails runs photographic
tours of London, led by expert
photographers. Tours cover the
South Bank, London’s iconic
monuments and the East End.
Participants will learn to compose
and take exceptional photos and
can hire leading brand cameras at
low cost.
Open: All year, with ability to be flexible
on days and times
Group: Group discounts available;
pre-booking required for groups of 6+
Contact: Simon Brown, Director
S|udic 211, 22 Edet S|tee|, Kitjs|ct
Upct Th~tes KT1 1DN
T: -44 (0)800 033 7077
E: bcclitjs«c~tet~|t~i|s.cct
cameratrails.com
/ Waterloo/Liverpool Street
/Charing Cross
Hairy Goat London
Photography Mystery Tour
Hairy Goat London Photography
Mystery Tour is a three-hour walk
that lets you discover the unnoticed
and unexpected photographic
treasures of London, while learning
something about them. It is aimed
at people who enjoy exploring a city
or taking photographs. For the most
up-to-date details on tour dates,
prices and starting location, please
go to the Hairy Goat website.
Group: Group and bespoke tours
available, book in advance. Please
contact Hairy Goat to arrange
Contact: Duncan Robertson,
Commercial Director
T: -44 (0)7540 832 771
E: cctitt~«h~itvjc~|.te|
hairygoat.net
Jack the Ripper
and Ghost Walks
Offering Jack the Ripper and Ghost
Walks of London that take in the
hidden and more sinister aspects
of the capital.
Open: Tour times nightly 19.00
Entry: £8
Contact: Richard Jones
PO Bcx 53131, lctdct E18 1UW
T: -44 (0)20 8530 8443
F: -44 (0)20 8989 4689
E: bcclitjs«j~cl-|he-tippet-|cut.cct
ripperwalks.com
Aldgate East/Bank
Leisure Quests
Discover London on one of these
treasure hunts that are a fun way
to spend a few hours exploring this
fascinating city at your own pace.
Larger groups can make this into
a competition with teams pitting
themselves against each other.
Open: All year
Group: £9.99 per small group,
suggested group size up to 5 people
T: -44 (0)7817 691 772
E: it|c«|eisuteques|s.cct
leisurequests.com
Covent Garden/St Paul’s/Tower Hill
/Westminster
Live The City
Get to know the real London while
enjoying a great day out with Live
The City’s range of award-winning
sightseeing guides. Step-by-step
trails, clue solving and a fun quiz
finale are brought together in a
beautifully-presented souvenir
guidebook experience.
Group: Discounted prices available for
bulk purchases
Contact: Melody Brooker
T: -44 (0)1223 842 834
E: ctdets«|ive|heci|v.cct
livethecity.com
London City Steps
London City Steps gives unique
walking tours. The company is
different because all the profits go
towards training and employing
underprivileged young people
from London’s poorest boroughs.
The group sizes are small to
give customers a personalised
experience with the friendly and
knowledgeable guides.
Entry: A £8, C under 16 free
Group: Discounts available on request
Contact: Loona Hazarika, Director
S| M~tj~te|'s Hcuse, 21 O|d Fctd Rc~d,
lctdct E2 9lP
T: -44 (0)7812 218 288
E: it|c«|ctdctci|vs|eps.cct
londoncitysteps.com
Various, see website for info
London Treasure Hunts
Sleuth your way from clue to clue to
uncover the best of London with one
of these self-guided treasure hunts.
You’ll not only discover the famous
landmarks, but also the hidden gems
you’d never know were there. For all
ages and group sizes.
Open: Daily
Entry: £15 per hunt
Group: Entry cost is per hunt, not
per person
T: -44 (0)7790 466 776
E: cct|~c|«|ctdct-hut|s.cct
london-hunts.com
London Urban
Adventures
London Urban Adventures invites
travellers to visit London’s iconic
sights, and a few hidden gems on a
unique walking tour of London. Find
out what makes the city tick, and
get acquainted with the local food,
culture and traditions.
Entry: Half-day tours start from £22.50
Group: Min 1, max 12. Must book at least
48 hours in advance
Contact: Silvia Rodriguez,
Travel Specialist
lt|tepid Tt~ve| lctdct, 76 Uppet S|tee|,
ls|itj|ct, lctdct N1 0NU
T: -44 (0)20 7354 6169
E: it|c«utb~t~dvet|utes.cct
londonurbanadventures.com
London Walks
Gold winner of London’s Best
Tourism Experience in 2009 and
England’s Best Tourism Experience
in 2009, London Walks is the gold
standard of urban walking tour
companies. Conducts over 100
walks a week, including a nightly
Jack the Ripper Walk, which is
regularly guided by crime historian,
Donald Rumbelow, and a nightly
ghost walk. Other classics include
Westminster Abbey and British
Museum tours, Dickens’ London,
Pub Walks, Harry Potter, Secret
London, Village London and more.
Schools and group outings
catered for.
Open: 19.30 at Tower Hill Tube station
for Jack the Ripper Walk
Entry: A £7, concessions £5
Contact: Mary Tucker
PO Bcx 1708, lctdct NW6 4lW
T: -44 (0)20 7624 3978
F: -44 (0)20 7625 1932
E: |ctdct«w~|ls.cct
walks.com
SANDEMANs New
London Tours
SANDEMANs’ signature Free
Tour puts the power in the hands
of travellers exploring Europe’s
greatest cities. Expert guides work
on a tips-only basis, so visitors
will experience an amazing tour
of London with a combination
of historic storytelling and street
performance to create a distinctive
style of ‘info-tainment’. Also available
are the Old City of London Tour and
the Grim Reapers Tour, to explore
the most important events in British
history and retrace the trail of Jack
the Ripper murders.
Open: Daily. Free Royal City Tour 11.00
and 13.00 from Wellington Arch at Hyde
Park Corner. Old City Tour 15.00 from
Russell Street Starbucks at Covent
Garden. Grim Reapers Tour 18.00 from
Tower Hill Tube station
Entry: Royal City Tour free, tips
appreciated. Old City Tour/Grim Reapers
Tour £9, students £8
Group: Groups of 10+ must pre-register
(24hrs in advance) to participate in the
Free Tour. New London Tours reserves
the right to deny participation in any tour
to any group, for any reason
T: -44 (0)7912 283 582
E: it|c«teweutcpe|cuts.cct
neweuropetours.com
StrollOn Audio Guides
These guides to the sights are
produced by professionals, including
walks taking you off the beaten
track. You download them from
strollon.co.uk onto your MP3 player
or mobile. There is also a general
guide to London. The cost of the
guides ranges from free to less
than £5.
strollon.co.uk
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TOURS OF THE
ROYAL ALBERTHALL
Experience the magic inside this extraordinary
entertainment venue by joining our engaging guides
for one of our fascinating front of house tours.
BOX OFFICE: 020 7589 8212
www.royalalberthall.com
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AP
Walk Talk Tours
Go walkabout in London with
five audio tour guides; available
in English, French, German and
Spanish. Download to your iPod,
iPhone, MP3 player and away you
go. £5.95 per tour. Discounts for
multi-buys.
E: it|c«w~|l|~|l|cut.cct
walktalktour.com
Way2GoGuides
Way2GoGuides creates rich,
innovative audio guides aimed at
consumer and corporate audiences.
Harnessing the latest technology,
we bring places alive with words,
sounds and images. Guides are
available for download from the
internet or can be purchased on
preloaded MP3 players.
Contact: Mark Reed
The Hub, 57 Hc||v Rc~d, Twicleth~t,
Midd|esex TW1 4HW
T: -44 (0)20 8831 7960
E: etquities«w~v2jcjuides.cct
way2goguides.com
Jogging tours
City Jogging Tours
Guided jogging tours around London
with experienced runner guides.
City Jogging Tours leads individuals
and groups of all running abilities
on fascinating journeys through
the streets of the city. The healthy
and eco-friendly sightseeing tour.
Discover London – on the run!
Open: Tours daily, morning and
afternoon. Please check website for
scheduled tour times. Customised tours
available 06.00–sundown
Entry: A £26; Customised Tours,
A £44 (up to 10km, £4 per additional km
thereafter). Price includes T-shirt, running
product sample/discounts and digital
photos, plus a 10% discount for a further
City Jogging Tour
Group: Discount on customised tours
for groups of three or more. Corporate
groups and special requests catered for,
please contact us for details. Necessary
to pre-book
T: -44 (0)845 544 0433
E: it|c«ci|vjcjjitj|cuts.cc.ul
(jetet~| etquities)
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cityjoggingtours.co.uk
London Sightseeing Runs
Qualified personal trainers will guide
you through streets and parks,
telling you fascinating facts along
the way. The 5K (3 miles) runs,
jogging and power-walks take
one hour. Routes are devised for
optimal running and sightseeing
potential. Personalised advice by
fitness professionals.
Open: Daily tours morning and afternoon,
bespoke service available
on request. Closed 24 Dec-2 Jan.
Booking essential
Entry: £25, includes complimentary
T-shirt and personalised advice on
your running technique by a qualified
fitness instructor
Group: Groups of 3, 3 for the price
of 2 (33% off). Please enquire about
the team-building exercises and other
corporate or celebratory events
Contact: Jo Geraghty,
Managing Director
T: -44 (0)20 7193 6973
E: it|c«|ctdctsijh|seeitjtuts.cct
londonsightseeingruns.com
Excursions
British Pullman by
Orient-Express
The British Pullman by Orient-
Express is formed of original and
restored carriages of the country’s
first electric railway sets. Guests
celebrate the Golden Age of Travel
with our dining experiences, or
full day excursions to England’s
historical cities and gardens.
Open: Selected operating dates, subject
to availability
Entry: Prices start from £180pp
Group: Rates available on application
Contact: Reservations on -44 (0)845
077 2222 Mon-Fri 08.30-18.00
P|~||ctt 2, Vic|cti~ S|~|ict,
lctdct SW1V 11U
T: -44 (0)845 077 2222
F: -44 (0)20 7921 4078
E: cetesetv~|icts.ul«ctiet|-exptess.cct
orient-express.com/uktrains
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No matter what your clients are looking for, there is a London
restaurant to suit their tastes. The restaurants featured in this
section will accommodate both individuals and groups, and many
offer private function rooms.
London’s vast array of pubs, bars and cafés also offer an
excellent option for food, and represent great value for money. For
a meal with a difference, why not relax on the river? For details of
lunch and dinner cruises, browse the riverboat operators under
Dining on a boat on page 81 and also the operators listed
in River & canal boat operators in Attractions & Sightseeing on
page 63.
Where possible, map references are included to the right
of the venue title. See page 108 for a map of London.
Restaurants
Mayfair/Pimlico/
Westminster
Artesian 4J
£ – ££
From dawn till beyond dusk, this is
the new place to eat in the West
End. It’s informal, chic and all-day.
The ‘grazing menu’ featured in
Artesian includes a wide selection
of signature sweet and savoury
muffins, traditional afternoon tea
and, in the evening, the extensive
cocktail selection is complemented
by exotic canapés.
Cuisine: International
until 18.00, S
1c Pct||~td P|~ce, Rejet| S|tee|,
lctdct W1B 11A
T: -44 (0)20 7636 1000
F: -44 (0)20 7436 1687
E: it|c«~t|esi~t-b~t.cc.ul
artesian-bar.co.uk
Oxford Circus
Avista 6H
£££
Avista Restaurant has been
described as “a little piece of Italy in
the heart of Mayfair”. Chef Michele
Granziera’s menu offers both
traditional rustic and modern Italian
cuisine. Avista offers a touch of
glamour, excellent cuisine and warm,
friendly service.
Cuisine: Italian
Max group size: 12-14
Contact: Gianluca Beltrame,
General Manager
39 Gtcsvetct Squ~te, M~v|~it,
lctdct W1K 2HP
T: -44 (0)20 7696 3399
E: tesetv~|icts«~vis|~tes|~ut~t|.cct
avistarestaurant.com
Bond Street/Green Park
Brasserie Roux 7L
££
Brasserie Roux offers traditional
French cuisine with a menu
extending to light and healthy
dishes, inspired by the chef Albert
Roux. With its informal elegance,
it is a popular venue for business
lunches and for diners enjoying
a night out. In surroundings of
Anglo-French chic, reminiscent of
a gentlemen’s club, the St James
bar offers a diverse selection of
Champagnes along with a classic
list of drinks and cocktails. The Rose
Lounge is the ideal place to enjoy
an exceptional afternoon tea.
USEFUL INFORMATION
Next to each listing, the
average meal price per person,
excluding drinks, is indicated,
along with other useful
symbols, as follows:
PRICE RANGES
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£££ Top end
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Children welcome
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Food & Drink
No other city in the world can rival London in terms of the sheer
variety of global cuisines on offer. With more than 6,000 restaurants
– 48 of them boasting Michelin Stars – serving around 70 cuisines,
the choices are almost endless
Contents
Restaurants
Mayfair/Pimlico/Westminster 68
West End/Soho/Oxford Street/Piccadilly Circus 70
Bloomsbury/Covent Garden/Leicester Square 72
Paddington/Bayswater 74
Chelsea/Knightsbridge/Kensington/Earls Court 74
Marylebone/Warren Street/Euston/King’s Cross 76
Camden/Islington 77
South Bank/Southwark 77
East London/The City 78
Greenwich/Docklands 79
South West London 79
West London 80
Museum/Arts centre restaurants 80
Dining & entertainment 81
Dining on a boat 81
Themed dining 81
Restaurant booking agencies 81
Pubs, bars & cafés
West End 81
Fulham/Earls Court 83
East London/The City 83
Docklands 83
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Cuisine: French

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6-8 W~|et|cc P|~ce, lctdct SW1Y 4AN
T: -44 (0)20 7968 2900
F: -44 (0)20 7747 2210
E: it|c«bt~ssetietcux.cct
brasserieroux.com
Piccadilly Circus
The Cinnamon Club 9L
£££
The focus at The Cinnamon Club is
to celebrate the spirit of innovation,
creativity and excellence. Housed in
The Old Westminster Library, The
Cinnamon Club offers distinctive
and bold new Indian cuisine in
elegant surroundings. It believes that
combining this with charming and
attentive service creates one of the
finest restaurant experiences in
the world.
Cuisine: Indian
Contact: Rohit Chugh,
Managing Director
The O|d Wes|tits|et libt~tv,
Gte~| Sti|h S|tee|, lctdct SW1P 3BU
T: -44 (0)20 7222 2555
F: -44 (0)20 7222 1333
E: it|c«citt~tctc|ub.cct
cinnamonclub.com
St James’s Park/Westminster
City Café and 10M
Millbank Lounge
££
Enjoy fresh, seasonal cuisine,
vegetarian choices and an extensive
wine list in stylish restaurant
surroundings. Alternatively, dine
alfresco on the unique Art Street
terrace, perfect for an evening
under the stars. Millbank Lounge
features a vibrant red bar and offers
cocktails, wines, bar bites and an
extensive whisky library.
Cuisine: Modern European

Contact: Kemal Chetitah
30 1cht ls|ip S|tee|, Wes|tits|et,
lctdct SW1P 4DD
T: -44 (0)20 7932 4600
F: -44 (0)20 7932 4609
E: let~|.che|i|~h«ci|vitt.cct
cityinn.com/citycafe
Pimlico/Westminster
Corrigan’s Mayfair 6H
£££
Inspired by Chef Richard Corrigan’s
humble, rural upbringing, Corrigan’s
Mayfair brings no-nonsense food
to one of the city’s most enviable
postcodes. Corrigan’s Mayfair has
two private dining rooms, including
the exclusive Chef’s Table.
Cuisine: British/Irish
Max group size: 30 dining
/50 reception

Contact: Valerie Morrison, Events,
Sales & Marketing Manager
28 Uppet Gtcsvetct S|tee|,
lctdct, W1K 7EH
T: -44 (0)20 7499 9943
F: -44 (0)20 7758 4140
E: tesetv~|icts«ccttij~tst~v|~it.cct
corrigansmayfair.com
Marble Arch/Hyde Park Corner
Galvin at Windows 7H
Restaurant
£££
Situated on the 28th floor of the
London Hilton on Park Lane,
Windows Restaurant and Bar
reopened in 2006 as Galvin at
Windows, and continues to live
up to its name, with breathtaking
panoramic views over London.
Provides seasonally inspired
Modern French haute cuisine.
Cuisine: Modern French
Max group size: 140
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Contact: Fred Sirieix, Restaurant Manager
lctdct Hi||ct ct P~tl l~te,
22 P~tl l~te, lctdct W1K 1BE
T: -44 (0)20 7208 4021
F: -44 (0)20 7208 4144
E: tesetv~|icts«j~|vit~|witdcws.cct
galvinatwindows.com
Hyde Park Corner
The Grill at 7H
The Dorchester
£££
Head Chef Brian Hughson’s menu
of modern British cuisine puts
a fresh spin on traditional grill dishes
alongside timeless classics. With
a passion for wholesome cooking,
Brian uses quality organic produce
sourced wherever possible from the
British Isles.
Cuisine: Modern British
Contact: Renaud Gregoire,
Director of Food and Beverage
The Dctches|et, 53 P~tl l~te,
lctdct W1K 1OA
T: -44 (0)20 7629 8888
F: -44 (0)20 7629 8080
E: tes|~ut~t|s.ul«dctches|et
cc||ec|ict.cct
thedorchester.com
Bond Street/Green Park/Hyde Park
Corner/Marble Arch
Hard Rock Cafe 8J
(London) Ltd
££
The Hard Rock Cafe has been
standing on Old Park Lane in
London since 1971 and, to this day,
offers the best authentic American
cuisine and one of the largest, most
valued collections of rock ’n’ roll
memorabilia in the world. Rock your
palates with mouth-watering steaks,
sizzling fajitas and, of course, the
best burgers in town. A trip to Hard
Rock would not be complete without
a visit to The Vault (London’s only
rock ’n’ roll museum).
Cuisine: American
Max group size: 250
Contact: Bernice Windley
150 O|d P~tl l~te, lctdct W1K 1OZ
T: -44 (0)20 7514 1700
F: -44 (0)20 7493 2616
E: bettice¸witd|ev«h~tdtccl.cct
hardrock.com
Green Park/Hyde Park Corner
Hush 6J
££ – £££
Set in a private courtyard, Hush
offers stylish décor, friendly staff,
great food and a comprehensive
wine list. It also boasts inspirational
event spaces where your clients will
be tempted to try innovative dishes
in an ambient surrounding.
Cuisine: Modern European
/North African
Max group size: 85 seated, 160
for standing reception in private
dining rooms
¥S
Contact: Aleksandra Kazmierczak,
Event Manager
8 l~tc~shite Ccut|, Btccl S|tee|,
lctdct W1S 1EY
T: -44 (0)20 7659 1511
F: -44 (0)20 7659 1501
E: ~|ex«hush.cc.ul
hush.co.uk
Bond Street/Oxford Circus/Green Park
Aston Bar 3K
and Restaurant
££
There’s a pleasing buzz to this
restaurant that reflects the
energy of its location. Aston Bar
and Restaurant is a light and
spacious bar and restaurant
serving British cuisine, which
draws together classic cooking
techniques and simple, fresh,
local ingredients. The Aston
Bar also offers a large screen
showing Sky Sports, so you don’t
have to miss important games.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
R~dissct Edw~tdi~t Gt~||ct,
130 Tc||eth~t Ccut| Rc~d,
lctdct W1T 5AY
T: -44 (0)20 7388 4131
F: -44 (0)20 7753 0334
E: ~s|ct«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/grafton
Warren Street
Amba Bar & Grill 7J
£££
Amba Bar & Grill showcases
the finest seasonal British
comfort food in an exclusive
Mayfair location. An opulent
space, Amba features granite
floors, leather upholstery and
rich, amber wall coverings, with
the open kitchen adding a sense
of theatre. The knowledgeable
and enthusiastic staff are on
hand to create a memorable
dining experience.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
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M~v F~it Hc|e|, S|t~||ct S|tee|,
lctdct W11 8lT
T: -44 (0)20 7915 3892
F: -44 (0)20 7629 1459
E: ~tb~«t~dissct.cct
themayfairhotel.co.uk/amba
Green Park
Ascots Bar 5J
and Restaurant
££
Between Bond Street and
modish Marylebone village, this
is an intimate hideaway with a
pleasingly clubby vibe. Across
the cool marble of the lobby, the
Drawing Room Bar is a relaxed
local meeting place flooded with
natural light. With comfy leather
sofas and classic wood panelling,
Ascots Bar and Restaurant
serves great British food.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
R~dissct Edw~tdi~t Betlshite,
350 Ox|ctd S|tee|,
lctdct W1C 1BY
T: -44 (0)20 7514 3456
F: -44 (0)20 7629 8156
E: ~scc|s«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/berkshire
Bond Street
May Fair Bar 7J
£££
Open from early in the morning
for breakfast, to late at night for
one or more of over 40 cocktails,
including the signature May Fair
Mojito. A must-visit venue and a
regular on the ‘spotted’ pages.
Cuisine: British/European
M~v F~it Hc|e|, S|t~||ct S|tee|,
lctdct W11 8lT
T: -44 (0)20 7915 3894
E: t~v|~itb~t«|het~v|~ithc|e|.cc.ul
themayfairhotel.co.uk/bar
Green Park
70 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
Just St James 7K
£££
Just St James is one of the top
restaurants in London. Set over
three floors it has amazing bars,
inspired British cooking using
the finest seasonal produce, and
fantastic party space. Situated
in the heart of St James’s, just
off Piccadilly.
Cuisine: Modern British
Max group size: Up to 450 dining
/800 reception
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Contact: Eamonn Clarke, Event Manager
12 S| 1~tes's S|tee|, lctdct SW1A 1ER
T: -44 (0)20 7976 2222
F: -44 (0)20 7976 2020
E: evet|s«jus|s|j~tes.cct
juststjames.com
Green Park
Palm Court 7J
££
Palm Court is at the heart of the
Sheraton Park Lane Hotel. In
addition to offering traditional
afternoon English tea, it is the place
‘to see and be seen’ in Mayfair,
and boasts an enticing menu, fine
Champagne, cognac, caviar, cigars
and lively music.
Cuisine: Continental & Afternoon Tea
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Shet~|ct P~tl l~te Hc|e|, Picc~di||v,
lctdct W11 7BX
T: -44 (0)20 7290 7170
F: -44 (0)20 7290 7566
E: ~tdte~.cttu«s|~twccdhc|e|s.cct
sheraton.com/parklane
Green Park/Hyde Park Corner
Pescatori 4K
££
Pescatori has been part of the
Charlotte Street restaurant scene
for over 45 years. It is an ideal place
for business lunches or a relaxed,
informal evening out and offers
Italian-style fish and seafood. High
quality ingredients are constantly
being sourced for your enjoyment.
Cuisine: Seafood

57 Ch~t|c||e S|tee|, lctdct W1T 4PD
T: -44 (0)20 7580 3289
F: -44 (0)20 7580 0539
E: cs«pesc~|cti.cc.ul
pescatori.co.uk
Goodge Street
ALSO AT:
11 Dcvet S|tee|, lctdct W1S 4lH
T: -44 (0)20 7493 2652
E: ds«pesc~|cti.cc.ul
Green Park
Petrichor 7K
££
Definition: the scent of rain on
earth after a dry spell arising from
the yellow organic oil that yields
the scent. Petrichor is committed
to sustainability and targets 100
per cent sustainable sourcing of
ingredients with a commitment
to support local British farms
and producers. This commitment,
coupled with rosette-level cooking
skills and the highest standards of
customer service, offers an exquisite
dining experience in the centre
of London.
Cuisine: Modern British
Max group size: 80
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Contact: Moses Solomon, Food and
Beverage Manager
The C~vetdish lctdct, 81 1ettvt S|tee|,
lctdct SW1Y 61F
T: -44 (0)20 7930 2111
F: -44 (0)20 7839 2125
E: tes|~ut~t|«|hec~vetdish|ctdct.cct
thecavendishlondon.com
Green Park/Piccadilly Circus
Rockwell 7L
££
A variety of tastes, flavours and
dishes allow diners to savour a
number of different courses to
maximise the dining experience of
modern Mediterranean tapas. With
its unrivalled selection of bourbons
and a sophisticated menu, Rockwell
offers an environment for laid-back
drinking and dining.
Cuisine: Mediterranean
The Tt~|~|j~t, 2 Sptitj G~tdets,
lctdct SW1A 2TS
T: -44 (0)20 7870 2900
F: -44 (0)20 7870 2921
hilton.co.uk/trafalgar
/ Charing Cross Piccadilly Circus
Spaghetti House 9K
£
Close to Buckingham Palace and
Westminster Cathedral. Open Mon-
Sat 12.00-23.00. Spaghetti House
has been satisfying Londoners and
friends from around the UK for
many years. A small group of family-
run restaurants, aiming to give all
their customers a good meal and
a good time.
Cuisine: Italian
Contact: Jose Fernandes, Manager
3 Btessetdet P|~ce, lctdct SW1E 5DD
T: -44 (0)20 7834 5650
F: -44 (0)20 7834 5650
E: bb«sp~jhe||ihcuse.cc.ul
spaghettihouse.co.uk
/Victoria
ALSO AT:
74 Dule S|tee|, lctdct W1K 61Z
T: -44 (0)20 7629 6097
Bond Street
Tamarind Restaurant 7J
£££
This Michelin-starred Indian
restaurant provides a classic
combination of indisputable
knowledge, unique experience
and tradition that holds worldwide
recognition. The restaurant offers
guests a sophisticated fine dining
experience, with effortlessly
charming staff, discreet service
and tantalising food that few can
compete with.
Cuisine: Indian
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20-22 Oueet S|tee|, lctdct W11 5PR
T: -44 (0)20 7629 3561
F: -44 (0)20 7499 5034
E: t~t~jet«|~t~titdtes|~ut~t|.cct
tamarindrestaurant.com
Green Park
Tiger Green Brasserie 7J
££
Relax in the Tiger Green Brasserie’s
animal-print chairs at the Hilton
London Green Park hotel and enjoy
contemporary international cuisine.
With separate dining areas and
conservatory space, this London
Green Park restaurant is popular
with guests and locals for business
and pleasure.
Cuisine: International
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Contact: Paul Bremen,
Food & Beverage Manager
Hi||ct lctdct Gteet P~tl, H~|| Mcct
S|tee|, lctdct W11 7BN
T: -44 (0)20 7629 7522
F: -44 (0)20 7491 8971
E: p~u|.btetet«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/greenpark
Green Park
West End/Soho/
Oxford Street/
Piccadilly Circus
belowzero restaurant 6K
+ lounge
£
belowzero restaurant + lounge is
located on bustling, vibrant Heddon
Street in the former wine vaults
for the British monarchy. Home to
the famous ABSOLUT ICEBAR,
belowzero serves a fantastic
modern European tapas-style menu
and is the perfect place to enjoy
great cocktails and fine food with
excellent service in comfortable,
atmospheric surroundings.
Cuisine: Modern European
¥
31-33 Heddct S|tee|, lctdct W1B 4BN
T: -44 (0)20 7478 8910
F: -44 (0)20 7478 8844
E: it|c«be|cwzetc|ctdct.cct
belowzerolondon.com
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Bentley’s Oyster Bar 6K
and Grill
££
Bentley’s Oyster Bar and Grill
first opened its doors in 1916
in the same beautiful Victorian
building it occupies today, and has
now become an iconic London
restaurant, serving more oysters
than any other in the UK.
Cuisine: British/Irish, Seafood/Shellfish
Max group size: 60 seated
/100 standing

Contact: Valerie Morrison, Events,
Sales & Marketing Manager
11-15 Sw~||cw S|tee|, lctdct W1B 4DG
T: -44 (0)20 7734 4756
F: -44 (0)20 7758 4140
E: tesetv~|icts«bet||evs.ctj
bentleys.org
Piccadilly Circus/Green Park
Carnaby Restaurants 5K
£ – £££
In the heart of the West End, just
off Regent Street, Carnaby is full
of great places to eat and drink.
There is a selection of independent
restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs
with cuisine from around the world
including Thai, American, Korean,
French, Spanish and classic British.
Cuisine: International – various
Contact: Kay Copeland, Sister PR
C~tt~bv S|tee|, lctdct W1
T: -44 (0)20 7287 9601
carnaby.co.uk
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Nova Bar and Grill 5H
££
In a quiet corner close to Marble
Arch, Nova Bar and Grill is 30
seconds from Oxford Street but
feels like a million miles away.
A calming, peaceful retreat,
Nova Bar and Grill is a light-filled,
laid-back spot to enjoy British
cooking or afternoon tea.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
R~dissct Edw~tdi~t Sussex, 19-25
Gt~tvi||e P|~ce, lctdct W1H 6PA
T: -44 (0)20 7666 2690
F: -44 (0)20 7493 2070
E: tcv~«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/sussex
Marble Arch
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Citrus Restaurant 7J
£
A stylish and casual restaurant
featuring fresh modern Italian
cuisine. The Head Chef, Florian
Suhsmann, creates menus that
combine the best of traditional
Italian dishes with modern
techniques and flavours. The
restaurant has leafy views across
Green Park and alfresco dining
during the summer months.
Cuisine: Italian

Shet~|ct P~tl l~te Hc|e|,
112 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 7BX
T: -44 (0)20 7290 7364
F: -44 (0)20 7290 7566
E: ci|tus.p~tl|~te«shet~|ct.cct
citrusrestaurant.co.uk
Green Park/Hyde Park Corner
Cocoon 6K
££ – £££
Cocoon, situated on Regent Street,
is one of London’s leading
pan-Asian restaurants. With its
award-winning design and
much-coveted cuisine, Cocoon
provides the perfect location for
private hire. The restaurant features
six interlocking cocoons, one private
dining room, two sushi bars and two
cocktail lounges, making it flexible
for events for up to 400 people.
Cuisine: Pan-Asian
Max group size: 400
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Contact: Kamran Dehdashti,
Events Manager
65 Rejet| S|tee|, lctdct W1B 4EA
T: -44 (0)20 7591 5445
F: -44 (0)20 7589 4343
E: evet|s«ijti|e-jtcup.cct
cocoon-restaurants.com
Piccadilly Circus
The Delhi Brasserie 5L
£
This authentic Indian restaurant of
elegance and distinction has the
services of one of the most highly
acclaimed Indian chefs in London,
renowned for his mouthwatering
Tandoori chickens. He uses his
unique, special blend of spices and
yogurt to marinate tender, young
chickens before cooking them in a
charcoal oven.
Cuisine: Indian
44 Fti|h S|tee|, lctdct W1D 4SB
T: -44 (0)20 7437 8261
F: -44 (0)20 7437 3789
E: de|hibt~ssetieschc«v~hcc.cc.ul
delhibrasserie.com
Leicester Square/Tottenham Court Road
Galileo’s Locanda Toscana 6L
££
Galileo’s adheres to the fundamental
principle that native Tuscan
cuisine should be simple, fresh
and seasonal; its mission is to use
only the finest-quality ingredients.
Galileo’s is the perfect location
for diners in London Theatreland
and Piccadilly.
Cuisine: Italian/Tuscan
Max group size: 85

Contact: Manager
71 H~vt~tle|, lctdct SW1Y 4RW
T: -44 (0)20 7839 3939
F: -44 (0)20 7839 2300
E: it|c«j~|i|ecs|cc~td~.cc.ul
galileoslocanda.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Getti Jermyn Street 7K
££
For healthy, authentic Italian and
Mediterranean dining in the
West End, Getti restaurant on
Jermyn Street serves fresh,
traditional and regional pasta, and
local seafood recipes from Sicily and
Sardinia. Ideal for theatre dining,
business lunches or a family
meal near Mayfair.
Cuisine: Italian
Max group size: 50

Contact: Manager
16-17 1ettvt S|tee|, lctdct SW1Y 6lT
T: -44 (0)20 7734 7334
F: -44 (0)20 7734 7924
E: jettvt«je||i.cct
getti.com
Piccadilly Circus
The Hamleys Café 6K
££
Enjoy a tasty lunch, brunch or
afternoon tea in the magical setting
of the world’s most famous toy shop.
The Hamleys Café provides a menu
for both adults and their little people,
with traditional favourite fun food as
well as healthy options.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: 150
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Contact: Angela Lincoln, Manager
5|h F|cct, H~t|evs, 188-196 Rejet|
S|tee|, lctdct W1V 2AA
T: -44 (0)870 333 2455
E: p~t|v«h~t|evs.cc.ul
hamleys.com
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Imli Restaurant 5L
£
Created by the team behind
Tamarind, Imli stems from an
excellent family tree, serving Indian
tapas-style food at affordable prices.
Located in the heart of Soho, Imli is
ideal for pre and post-theatre dinner,
or just popping in for a quick bite
any time of the day. Open every day
12.00-23.00.
Cuisine: Indian
W~tdcut S|tee|, lctdct W1F 8WR
T: -44 (0)20 7287 4243
F: -44 (0)20 7287 4245
E: it|c«it|i.cc.ul
imli.co.uk
Tottenham Court Road/Oxford Circus
La Porte des Indes 5G
£££
Discover a new gastronomic world
when you enter La Porte des Indes,
a stunning venue spread over two
levels, resplendent with palm trees
and exotic flowers, serving Indian
cuisine with a difference.
Cuisine: Modern Indian
Max group size: 700
Contact: Sherin Alexander-Mody,
General Manager
32 Btv~ts|ct S|tee|, lctdct W1H 7EG
T: -44 (0)20 7224 0055
F: -44 (0)20 7224 1144
E: |ctdct.tesetv~|ict«|~pct|edes
itdes.cct
pilondon.net
Marble Arch
The Landau 4J
£££
The Landau combines style and
glamour with stunning interiors.
Under Head Chef Andrew Turner,
the new restaurant at The Langham,
London offers a contemporary
European menu combining the very
best of British ingredients with some
intriguing twists.
Cuisine: Modern European
Max group size: 16
Contact: Franco Becci,
Restaurant Manager
1c Pct||~td P|~ce, lctdct W1B 11A
T: -44 (0)20 7965 0165
F: -44 (0)20 7973 7560
E: it|c«|he|~td~u.cct
thelandau.com
Oxford Circus
Masala Zone Soho 5K
£
A casual dining Indian restaurant
two minutes’ walk from Oxford
Circus and Carnaby Street. Indian
street food, regional curries
including vegetarian and Indian
grills can all be found on the menu.
Expect to pay £12 for lunch and
£15 for dinner. No reservations
necessary for less than 10 people.
Cuisine: Indian
Contact: Ranjit Mathrani
9 M~tsh~|| S|tee|, lctdct W1F 7ER
T: -44 (0)20 7287 9966
F: -44 (0)20 7287 8555
E: it|c«te~|itdi~t|ccd.cct
masalazone.com
Oxford Circus
Mint Leaf Restaurant 7L
££
A refreshingly different Indian
restaurant: the food is elegant and
inspiring, with new takes on classic
dishes. Also offers one of the
longest enticing bars in the capital,
where you can sink into comfortable
sofas as you indulge yourself with
many exotic cocktails from around
the world.
Cuisine: Indian
Contact: Gerard McCann
Su||c|l P|~ce, H~vt~tle|, lctdct
SW1Y 4HX
T: -44 (0)20 7930 9020
F: -44 (0)20 7930 6205
E: tesetv~|icts«tit||e~|tes|~ut~t|.cct
mintleafrestaurant.com
/ Charing Cross
Piccadilly Circus
Planet Hollywood 6L
££
Hollywood has come to the
Haymarket – Planet Hollywood
opened its doors at its new location
on the Haymarket in June 2009.
Themed areas include a Cabana
room, Bond room and Best of
British room.
Cuisine: American
Max group size: 250. Group menus
available on request, please contact the
Sales department for more information
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Contact: Phil Sherrington, Head of
Sales and Marketing
57 -60 H~vt~tle|, lctdct SW1Y 4OX
T: -44 (0)20 7478 1507
F: -44 (0)20 7024 8462
E: s~|esul«p|~te|hc||vwccd.cct
planethollywoodlondon.com
Piccadilly Circus
Ritz Restaurant 7K
£££
The magnificent Ritz Restaurant
is one of the most beautiful dining
rooms in the world, and leaves an
indelible impression on all who
dine there. A superb blend of
classical cuisine with contemporary
influences and legendary service
has made The Ritz one of the most
sought-after places to dine.
Cuisine: British

Contact: Food and Beverage Office
150 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 9BR
T: -44 (0)20 7493 8181
T: -44 (0)20 7300 2562 (F&B c||ice)
F: -44 (0)20 7493 2687
E: ti|ztes|~ut~t|«|heti|z|ctdct.cct
theritzlondon.com
Green Park
St Christopher’s 5H
Place Restaurants
££
St Christopher’s Place offers one
of the largest concentrations of
pavement dining in London. The
wide choice of cuisines ranges
from Italian, Spanish and French to
Japanese and Lebanese, or visitors
can opt for a traditional pub lunch.
The restaurants are all within a
short distance of each other, near
the West End shops, offering an
excellent choice of surroundings.
Cuisine: International – various

Contact: Margaret Newman,
General Manager
S| Chtis|cphet's P|~ce, lctdct W1U 1BF
T: -44 (0)20 7493 3294
F: -44 (0)20 7409 1858
E: etquities«s|chtis|cphetsp|~ce.cct
stchristophersplace.com
Bond Street
72 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
Spaghetti House 6L
£
The restaurant offers all the
Spaghetti House favourites,
including light bites and
oversized, stone-baked pizzas. A
neighbourhood favourite – offering
a warm Italian welcome. Open
Mon-Thu 12.00-23.00, Fri & Sat
12.00-23.30, Sun 12.00-22.30.
Cuisine: Italian
Contact: Gaetano Panepinto, Manager
66 H~vt~tle|, lctdct SW1Y 4RF
T: -44 (0)20 7839 3641
F: -44 (0)20 7930 7721
E: ht«sp~jhe||ihcuse.cc.ul
spaghettihouse.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
ALSO AT:
47 Btv~ts|ct S|tee|, lctdct W1H 7DN
T: -44 (0)20 7724 9615
Marble Arch
15 Gccdje S|tee|, lctdct W1T 2PO
T: -44 (0)20 7636 6582
Goodge Street
Bloomsbury/
Covent Garden/
Leicester Square
Boulevard Brasserie 6M
£
A classic French brasserie in the
heart of the Opera Quarter. Recently
refurbished, this now boasts a cosy
wine bar, Boulevard Cellars, offering
a wide range of regional French
wines and Champagne and a good
selection of French cheeses and
charcuterie plates to tempt all tastes.
Cuisine: French
40 We||itj|ct S|tee|, Opet~ Ou~t|et,
lctdct WC2E 7BD
T: -44 (0)20 7240 2992
E: bcclitjs«bcu|ev~tdbt~ssetie.cc.ul
boulevardbrasserie.co.uk
Covent Garden
Café in the Crypt 6M
£
This Les Routiers London Café
of the Year is in the stunning
18th-century crypt of St Martin-in-
the-Fields, one of London’s
best-loved churches and arts
venues. It offers a wide variety of
freshly made meals, snacks and
drinks. Superb, inexpensive food in
an historic atmosphere.
Cuisine: Café/Bistro
Contact: Luis Martins, Food
Service Manager
S| M~t|it-it-|he-Fie|ds Chutch,
Tt~|~|j~t Squ~te, lctdct WC2N 411
T: -44 (0)20 7839 4342
F: -44 (0)20 7839 5163
E: |uis.t~t|its«sti||.cc.ul
smitf.org
/ Charing Cross
Embankment/Leicester Square
Covent Garden Market 6M
Building and Piazza
£ – ££
The Covent Garden Market Building
and Piazza offer a huge variety of
dining and drinking experiences
to choose from, including alfresco
dining, all set amongst beautiful
and historic architecture. Highlights
include gourmet crepes from Crème
de la Crepe, quirky Candy Cakes,
high-quality organic food from Le
Pain Quotidien, cocktails at Dirty
Martini’s, classic French food at
Chez Gerard, and Tutton’s, which
overlooks the East Piazza.
Cuisine: International – various

Contact: Information Office
41 The M~tle|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 8RF
T: -44 (0)20 7420 5852
E: he|pdesl«ccvet|j~tdett~tle|.cc.ul
coventgardenlondonuk.com
/ Charing Cross
Covent Garden/Embankment/
Leicester Square/Holborn
Fire & Stone Covent 6M
Garden
££
Deliciously different pizza restaurant
located in the heart of London’s
vibrant West End. Perfect for groups
of theatre-goers and lovers of the
bustling Covent Garden atmosphere.
The stunning modern restaurant
offers pizzas, pastas and salads like
no other London pizza restaurant.
Cuisine: Modern Pizzeria
Max group size: 240 (exclusive hire)
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Contact: Central Reservations
31-32 M~idet l~te, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 71S
T: -44 (0)844 371 2550
F: -44 (0)20 7504 8553
E: evet|s«cjtes|~ut~t|s.cct
fireandstone.com
Covent Garden / Charing Cross
Homage Restaurant 6N
££
Homage consists of three rooms
that enable guests to move
easily from one to another. The
principal room, the majestic and
graceful Grand Salon, combines its
contemporary black-marble bar and
B&B Italia furniture most effectively
with the original fin-de-siècle
architecture and imposing columns.
Its extensive and imaginative menu
has proved enormously popular,
whether you are looking for
a business lunch, an affordable
supper before or after the theatre, or
that special dining experience.
Cuisine: European
Contact: Homage Reception
The W~|dct| Hi||ct, A|dwvch,
lctdct WC2B 4DD
T: -44 (0)20 7759 4083
homagerestaurant.co.uk or
hilton.co.uk/waldorf
Covent Garden
India Club 6N
£
India Club exudes 1940s charm.
Enter a timewarp where it is easy to
imagine being in the midst of Mumbai
or Delhi during the independence
movement. ‘Home-style’ dishes
at low prices and ‘bring your own
bottle’ enhance its reputation as an
unforgettable experience.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 80

Contact: Yadgar Marker,
General Manager
143 S|t~td, lctdct WC2R 11A
T: -44 (0)20 7836 4880
E: s|t~tdcct|itet|~|hc|e|«jt~i|.cct
strand-continental.co.uk
/Charing Cross
Temple/Covent Garden
Masala Zone 5M
Covent Garden
£
Situated in the heart of London’s
Theatreland in the West End, next
to the Royal Opera House, is Masala
Zone, a casual Indian restaurant.
Indian street food, regional curries
including vegetarian and Indian
grills can all be found on the menu.
Expect to pay £12 for lunch and £15
for dinner. No reservations.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 70

Contact: Ranjit Mathrani
48 F|ct~| S|tee|, lctdct WC2E 9DA
T: -44 (0)20 7379 0101
F: -44 (0)20 7836 0202
E: it|c«t~s~|~zcte.cct
masalazone.com
Covent Garden
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill 6M
£
Maxwell’s maintains its long-held
reputation for serving great cocktails
and dispensing generous portions of
modern American food in an upbeat
and convivial atmosphere. Popular
with young and old alike and great
for dining, sipping cocktails or just
sitting alfresco and watching the
carnival of street artists performing
along James Street. Think fresh,
lively, reliable… an institution.
Cuisine: American
8 1~tes S|tee|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct, WC2E 8BH
T: -44 (0)20 7836 0303
E: it|c«t~xwe||s.cc.ul
maxwells.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Moti Mahal 5M
££
Moti Mahal, the chic Indian
restaurant in Covent Garden, is
celebrating India’s culinary roots
with the launch of a new menu that
resurrects time-honoured dishes
from rural India. The new menu
introduces a culinary narrative
highlighting long-forgotten recipes
from along the Grand Trunk Road.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 30
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Contact: Reservation Team
45 Gte~| Oueet S|tee|, lctdct
WC2B 5AA
T: -44 (0)20 7240 9329
F: -44 (0)20 7836 0790
E: tesetv~|icts«tc|it~h~|-ul.cct
motimahal-uk.com
Holborn/Covent Garden
Navajo Joe Restaurant 6M
& Bar
£
Navajo Joe oozes a refreshingly
unpretentious, funky feel with
spicy music and loud food. Make
no mistake, this is true decadence.
Situated on the cusp of Covent
Garden’s famous Piazza, Navajo
Joe brings you the ‘feel good’
experience - funky, upbeat music,
cool atmosphere, creative soul food
Bloomsbury Street Bar 4M
and Restaurant
££
Bloomsbury Street Bar and
Restaurant is a cool and intimate
space in the heart of London’s
avant-garde creative quarter,
moments from the British
Museum. Natural, earthy tones
lend an informal vibe. The mood
changes with the hour, creating
a relaxed and deeply comfortable
environment. Serving the finest
seasonal British food and good
for brunch or morning coffee,
working lunches, dinner, drinks
and cocktails.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
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R~dissct Edw~tdi~t M~t|bctcujh,
9-13 B|cctsbutv S|tee|,
lctdct WC1B 3OD
T: -44 (0)20 7666 0902
F: -44 (0)20 7930 8122
E: bs|bt«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/bloomsburystreet
Tottenham Court Road
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Creation 4L
Bar and Restaurant
££
Located in the heart of bookish
Bloomsbury, the bar is all about
style, while the restaurant is pure
theatre with a glass divide between
the kitchen and diners, enabling
guests to watch the chefs prepare
their creations. You’ll discover
delicious, British food.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
R~dissct Edw~tdi~t Keti|wct|h,
97 Gte~| Russe|| S|tee|,
lctdct WC1B 3lB
T: -44 (0)20 7666 2068
F: -44 (0)20 7631 3133
E: cte~|ict«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/kenilworth
Tottenham Court Road
and friendly, with-it staff.
Cuisine: Southwest American
/Pacific Rim
34 Kitj S|tee|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 81D
T: -44 (0)20 7240 4008
E: it|c«t~v~jcjce.cc.ul
navajojoe.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Palm Court Brasserie 6M
£
Palm Court Brasserie has earned its
reputation as the perennial favourite
of Covent Garden. Palm Court
Brasserie is an elegant time capsule
and an oasis of sophisticated
calm – an intimate Parisian-style
brasserie with a modern European
menu which embodies the classic
brasserie offerings of good food,
simply cooked and fairly priced.
Cuisine: Modern European
/Mediterranean
39 Kitj S|tee|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 81S
T: -44 (0)20 7240 3949
E: it|c«p~|tccut|bt~ssetie.cc.ul
palmcourtbrasserie.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Pearl Restaurant 4N
and Bar
£££
Pearl Restaurant and Bar is
a stunning destination. Trails of
hand-strung pearls, walnut panelling
and bespoke leather seating give
it an air of opulence. The modern
French cuisine by Jun Tanaka
features dishes such as veal and
tuna vitello tonnato, with caramelised
sweetbreads, radicchio and rocket,
or warm gingerbread sponge with
pear and dates. The extensive wine
list from around the world is expertly
matched to each dish. Pearl – a
sensual dining experience.
Cuisine: French
Ret~iss~tce lctdct Ch~tcetv
Ccut| Hc|e|, 252 Hijh Hc|bctt,
lctdct WC1V 7EN
T: -44 (0)20 7829 7085
F: -44 (0)20 7829 9889
E: tej~t.tcit|vte«tet~iss~tce
hc|e|s.cct
pearl-restaurant.com
Holborn
Ponti’s 5M
£
Ponti’s is a family-owned, traditional
Italian restaurant located in the
heart of Covent Garden. It’s the
largest restaurant in the Piazza and
boasts a large outside terrace as
well as a ground-floor and basement
restaurant which serves groups of
up to 80.
Cuisine: Italian
Max group size: 80

Contact: Rebecca Coffey,
Marketing Manager
Cet|t~| M~tle| Bui|ditjs, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 8RA
T: -44 (0)20 7836 0272
F: -44 (0)20 7324 2274
E: tcc||ev«pct|is.cc.ul
pontis.co.uk
Covent Garden
Punjab Restaurant 5M
££
Punjab Restaurant is one of the
UK’s oldest Punjabi (North Indian)
restaurants serving authentic
regional Punjabi cuisine. Gurbachan
Singh Maan, a passionate,
food-loving Punjabi, founded the
restaurant in 1947. He adored
Punjabi cuisine and regularly cooked
delicious homemade curries and
daals for friends and family.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 50

Contact: Sital Maan,
Managing Director
80 Ne~| S|tee|, lctdct WC2H 9PA
T: -44 (0)20 7836 9787
F: -44 (0)20 7240 9979
E: si|~|.t~~t«jt~i|.cct
punjab.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
St Martin’s Courtyard 6M
£ – ££
London’s newest dining destination
situated in Covent Garden. There
are five restaurants, including Jamie
Oliver’s London flagship for Jamie’s
Italian, new Indian concept Dishoom,
based on a Bombay café, gourmet
Mexican Cantina Laredo, and Bill’s
Produce, offering fresh and organic
food. Escape the bustle of the city
with alfresco dining and outdoor
seating in this beautiful enclave.
Cuisine: International – various
Contact: Kay Copeland, Sister PR
lctj Acte, Ccvet| G~tdet, lctdct WC2
T: -44 (0)20 7287 9601
stmartinscourtyard.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
The Savoy Grill 5M
£££
Currently closed for restoration and
will be reopening in late 2010. For
further details please contact us.
Cuisine: British
Contact: Athena Cripps
The S~vcv, S|t~td, lctdct WC2R 0EU
T: -44 (0)20 7836 4343
F: -44 (0)20 7420 2398
E: s~vcv«|~ittct|.cct
fairmont.com/savoy
Embankment/Temple/Covent Garden
/ Charing Cross/Waterloo
Seven Dials Restaurants 5M
£ – ££
Seven Dials offers a diverse mix of
dining experiences. Enjoy French
cuisine at Mon Plaisir, tagines at
Souk Medina, fresh pasta at Kitchen
Italia, British fayre at Covent Garden
Hotel’s Brasserie Max, Portuguese
food from Canela and pastries at
Euphorium Bakery.
Cuisine: International – various
Contact: Alex Frith, Threepipe PR
Ccvet| G~tdet, lctdct WC2
T: -44 (0)20 7632 4800
E: sevetdi~|s«|hteepipe.cc.ul
sevendials.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Simpson’s-in-the-Strand 6N
£££
Opened in 1828, Simpson’s
specialises in meat and is renowned
for its sirloins of Scotch beef and
saddles of Southdown lamb, as well
as native oysters. Also offers many
other traditional English dishes.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: Private rooms available
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Contact: Mark Scholfield,
Director of Event Sales
100 S|t~td, lctdct WC2R 0EW
T: -44 (0)20 7836 9112
F: -44 (0)20 7836 1381
E: it|c«sitpsctsit|hes|t~td.cc.ul
simpsonsinthestrand.co.uk
/ Charing Cross/Waterloo
Covent Garden
Dial Bar 5M
and Restaurant
££
See and be seen at the Dial
Bar and Restaurant, located
on Seven Dials in the centre of
fashionable Covent Garden. With
its tall, glass windows, it’s a must
for people-watching. Dial
is rapidly becoming one of
London’s hippest venues, popular
with media and advertising
clientele, and host to major
West End first-night parties. The
interior is restrained yet luxurious,
a classic contemporary mix of
chocolate leather and aubergine
velvet, deep sofas and sleek
wenge tables. Dial Restaurant
serves contemporary British
cuisine, interpreting great
British favourites.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
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R~dissct Edw~tdi~t Mcut|b~||et
20 Mcttcu|h S|tee|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2H 9HD
T: -44 (0)20 7845 8607
F: -44 (0)20 7240 3540
E: di~|«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/mountbatten
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Hampshire Bar 6L
& Restaurant
££
Located on Leicester Square,
Hampshire Bar & Restaurant
serves seasonal British food and
is a perfect place to meet and
entertain. Flooded with natural
light and deeply comfortable, with
paprika crushed velvet sofas, the
Hampshire Bar & Restaurant
spills into alfresco spaces on
the square.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
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R~dissct Edw~tdi~t H~tpshite,
leices|et Squ~te, lctdct WC2H 7lH
T: -44 (0)20 7666 0902
F: -44 (0)20 7930 8122
E: h~tpshitebt«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/hampshire
Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus
74 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
Spaghetti House 4M
£
Spaghetti House is known for its
mouth-watering pasta, veal and
fish dishes, served in a relaxed and
friendly environment. Open Mon-Thu
12.00-23.00, Fri & Sat 12.00-23.30,
Sun 17.30-22.30 (Apr-Sep). A lovely
summer terrace is open from April
to September.
Cuisine: Italian
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Contact: Rocco Cerullo, Manager
20 Sici|i~t Avetue, lctdct WC1A 2OD
T: -44 (0)20 7405 5215
F: -44 (0)20 7404 5210
E: s~«sp~jhe||ihcuse.cc.ul
spaghettihouse.co.uk
Holborn
ALSO AT:
24 Ct~tbcutt S|tee|, lctdct WC2H 7AB
T: -44 (0)20 7836 8168
Leicester Square
30 S| M~t|it's l~te, lctdct WC2N 4ER
T: -44 (0)20 7836 1626
/ Charing Cross
Tuttons 6M
££
For 30 years Tuttons has been one
of the leading restaurants in Covent
Garden’s Piazza. Offering freshly
prepared daily specials, quality
wines and some of the best views
across the market, enhanced by
its alfresco terrace and relaxed,
friendly atmosphere.
Cuisine: Modern European
Max group size: 85 (exclusive hire),
Small Vault 20, Large Vault 30,
Both Vaults 50

Contact: Sam Heard, Sales Manager
11-12 Russe|| S|tee|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2B 5HZ
T: -44 (0)844 371 2550
F: -44 (0)20 7504 8553
E: evet|s«cjtes|~ut~t|s.cct
tuttons.com
Covent Garden / Charing Cross
Woburn Place 2L
££
For pleasure or business, lunch or
dinner, Woburn Place serves classic
English, Continental and Far Eastern
cuisines, enhanced with the chef’s
contemporary zest. With its Victorian
conservatory, this sophisticated
restaurant gives guests something
to remember. Vegetarian options are
available on the menu.
Cuisine: International
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Hi||ct lctdct Eus|ct, 17-18 Uppet
Wcbutt P|~ce, lctdct WC1H OHT
T: -44 (0)20 7943 4647
F: -44 (0)20 7943 4501
E: tesetv~|icts.eus|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/euston
/ Euston
Paddington/
Bayswater
The Brasserie 5E
££
The Brasserie is the perfect
setting for an outstanding dining
experience, with a formal yet trendy
approach to dining, and conveniently
close to Paddington station and the
West End. The extensive à la
carte menu, available all day,
features a wide range of delicious
cross-continental flavours, with the
focus on fresh and natural products,
served in contemporary and elegant
surroundings. The soft lighting, new
and classic wines and attentive staff
complete the culinary experience,
rewarding diners with a relaxing
evening at an affordable price.
Cuisine: International
Hi||ct lctdct P~dditj|ct,
146 Pt~ed S|tee|, lctdct W2 1EE
T: -44 (0)20 7850 0585
F: -44 (0)20 7850 0600
E: |ctpd.bt~ssetie«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/paddington
/Paddington
Fiamma Restaurant 4F
and Sports Bar
££
International cuisine in this
contemporary and relaxed venue
which is open every day for
breakfast, lunch and dinner. Start
the day with the famous Hilton
Breakfast and for lunch or dinner
choose from a mouthwatering
selection of fresh fish, grills, pastas,
pizzas and salads. The Sports Bar
has a buzzy atmosphere with an
excellent choice of bar food, wine,
beer and cocktails. Enjoy all the
latest news and sporting action on
the large plasma screens.
Cuisine: International
Max group size: 250
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Contact: Savino Giannella,
Food and Beverage Manager
Hi||ct lctdct Me|tcpc|e,
225 Edjw~te Rc~d, lctdct W2 11U
T: -44 (0)20 7402 4141
F: -44 (0)20 7724 8866
E: s~|es.|ctdctte|«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/londonmet
Edgware Road
Maharaja Indian 6C
Restaurant
££
Maharaja offers special tandoori
dishes and a full range of curry
dishes. Fully licensed and fully
air-conditioned, the restaurant has
been under the same management
since 1967. Personally supervised
by Quazi Khalique and sons.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 25 (private room)
Contact: Quazi Khalique, Owner
50 Oueetsw~v, lctdct W2 3RY
T: -44 (0)20 7727 1135
F: -44 (0)20 8992 0702
Bayswater/Queensway
Masala Zone Bayswater 6C
£
Situated five minutes’ walk away
from Bayswater and Queensway
Tube stations, Masala Zone is a
casual dining Indian restaurant.
Indian street food, regional curries
including vegetarian and Indian
grills can all be found on the menu.
Expect to pay £12 for lunch and
£15 for dinner. No reservations
necessary for less than 10 persons.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 36
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Contact: Ranjit Mathrani
75 Bishcps Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct W2 6BG
T: -44 (0)20 7221 0055
F: -44 (0)20 7221 6620
E: b~vsw~|et«t~s~|~zcte.cct
masalazone.com
Bayswater/Queensway
Nippon Tuk 4F
££
Nippon Tuk is one of London’s
most exciting bars and restaurants.
With spectacular panoramic views
of London from the 23rd floor, in
glamorous yet relaxing surroundings,
this venue offers an exciting mix
of Asian fusion cookery with a
sophisticated touch. The menu
includes popular sushi, noodle
and tempura dishes. Open for
lunch and dinner.
Cuisine: Asian Fusion
Max group size: 150
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Contact: Fabrizio Grisorio,
Restaurant Manager
Hi||ct lctdct Me|tcpc|e,
225 Edjw~te Rc~d, lctdct W2 11U
T: -44 (0)20 7616 6496
F: -44 (0)20 7616 7312
E: s~|es.|ctdctte|«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/londonmet
Edgware Road /Paddington
Chelsea/
Knightsbridge/
Kensington/
Earls Court
Amaya 9H
£££
Sophisticated grills using
time-honoured Indian methods are
seasoned with subtle marinades.
These sit alongside exotic
salads and speciality biryanis.
The restaurant is a luminous,
contemporary space that evokes
Indian style through pink-sandstone
panels, rosewood panelling
and furniture.
Cuisine: Indian
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Contact: Herve Dubois
H~|lit Atc~de, Mc|cctb S|tee|,
lctdct SW1X 81T
T: -44 (0)20 7823 1166
E: ~t~v~«te~|itdi~t|ccd.cct
realindianfood.com
Hyde Park Corner/Knightsbridge
Leicester Square Bar 6L
and Restaurant
££
Tucked between The National
Gallery and Leicester Square
itself, this is a welcome retreat
from the hustle of its namesake;
an intimate space with a
pleasantly relaxed vibe. The
restaurant offers an excellent
choice of contemporary and
classic seafood dishes. The
extensive menu is modern British
including delicious appetisers,
platters to share, meats from the
grill and indulgent puddings.
Cuisine: Modern British
S| M~t|its S|tee|, R~dissct Edw~tdi~t,
leices|et Squ~te ,
lctdct WC2H 7Hl
T: -44 (0)20 7451 0114
F: -44 (0)20 7451 0191
E: |sqbt«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/leicestersquare
Leicester Square
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Aubrey Restaurant & Bar 10E
££
A British-inspired restaurant,
catering for 96 covers in a relaxed,
classic country club-like atmosphere.
Textured walls combined with
leather banquette seating and
chrome lighting fixtures evoke
1930s glamour.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: 40 (private dining room)
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Contact: Caroline Edwards, Corporate
Sales Manager
113 Oueet's G~|e, Scu|h Ketsitj|ct,
lctdct SW7 5lR
T: -44 (0)20 7589 6300
F: -44 (0)20 7589 7659
E: letsitj|ct«dcv|ecc||ec|ict.cct
doylecollection.com/kensington
South Kensington
Babylon at The Roof 8C
Gardens
££
If visitors are looking for more than
just a restaurant, Babylon should be
their first choice. Set on the seventh
floor above The Roof Gardens in
Kensington, Babylon offers amazing
views, delicious food, great value for
money, a fantastic atmosphere and
friendly service!
Cuisine: Modern British
Max group size: 132 excluding terrace

Contact: Peter Avis, Restaurant Manager
99 Hijh S|tee| Ketsitj|ct,
lctdct W8 5SA
T: -44 (0)20 7368 3993
E: b~bv|ct«tcc|j~tdets.vitjit.cc.ul
roofgardens.co.uk
High Street Kensington
Bar Boulud, London 8G
££
French-inspired bistro and wine bar
featuring a menu based on seasonal,
rustic French cooking, including
signature dishes and a selection
of terrines and pâtés made on site
under the direction of acclaimed
charcutier Gilles Verot.
Cuisine: French Bistro
Max group size: 6
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Contact: Reservations
M~td~tit Otiet|~| Hvde P~tl,
66 Ktijh|sbtidje, lctdct SW1X 7lA
T: -44 (0)20 7201 3899
F: -44 (0)20 7201 3811
E: b~tbcu|ud«tchj.cct
barboulud.com
Knightsbridge
Blue Elephant
£££
Blue Elephant is more than just
a restaurant – it’s a journey into the
heart of Thailand, where visitors
can enjoy the sights, smells and
flavours of this enchanted kingdom.
The restaurant’s consistently high
standards in both quality of
food and service ensure its
ongoing popularity.
Cuisine: Thai
4-6 Fu|h~t Btc~dw~v, lctdct SW6 1AA
T: -44 (0)20 7385 6595
F: -44 (0)20 7386 7665
E: |ctdct«b|uee|eph~t|.cct
blueelephant.com
Fulham Broadway
Cheyne Walk Brasserie 12F
££
Cheyne Walk is a gorgeous and chic
French restaurant overlooking the
Thames at Albert Bridge. A favourite
in the Chelsea neighbourhood for
family parties, it has a fabulous salon
on the first floor for relaxed drinks or
private dining.
Cuisine: French
Max group size: 200 (incl the Salon)

Contact: Aneta Wroblewska,
Events Coordinator
50 Chevte W~|l, lctdct SW3 5lR
T: -44 (0)20 7376 8787
E: evet|s«chevtew~|lbt~ssetie.cct
cheynewalkbrasserie.com
Sloane Square
Chutney Mary 12D
£££
The rich setting, interesting art
and romantic candle lighting are
secondary details in London’s
temple of great Indian food.
Winner of the prestigious London
Restaurant Award for Indian
Restaurant of the Year. A
long-established favourite among
international gourmets.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 32
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Contact: Prashant Issar, Manager
535 Kitj's Rc~d, lctdct SW10 0SZ
T: -44 (0)20 7351 3113
F: -44 (0)20 7351 7694
E: it|c«te~|itdi~t|ccd.cct
chutneymary.com
Fulham Broadway
Dinner by Heston 8G
Blumenthal
£££
Inspired by historical British style
references and Heston Blumenthal’s
novel approach to cuisine, Dinner by
Heston Blumenthal opens its doors
at Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park in
December 2010.
Cuisine: Traditional British

M~td~tit Otiet|~| Hvde P~tl,
66 Ktijh|sbtidje, lctdct SW1X 7lA
T: -44 (0)20 7201 3899
E: tc|ct-it|c«tchj.cct
mandarinoriental.com/london
Knightsbridge
Essenza 12D
££
The menu features dishes from all
regions of Italy, with the best recipes
to match the seasonal offerings.
Essenza takes pride in choosing
genuine ingredients from Italy
whenever possible, to create fresh,
tasty and beautifully presented food,
as if dining in Italy.
Cuisine: Italian
Max group size: 40 except weekends

Contact: Stefano Tiraboschi, Proprietor
210 Ketsitj|ct P~tl Rc~d,
lctdct W11 1NR
T: -44 (0)20 7792 1066
F: -44 (0)20 7792 4100
E: it|c«essetz~.cc.ul
essenza.co.uk
Ladbroke Grove/Notting Hill Gate
Harvey Nichols Fifth 8G
Floor Restaurant,
Café and Bar
££ – £££
Fifth Floor Restaurant offers relaxed
and intimate dining in a sleek, stylish
and modern environment. The
award-winning design features a
large, oval room with unique,
mood-enhancing coloured lightwalls
and ceiling. The Fifth Floor Café
and Bar are bright and airy, ideal for
enjoying drinks and light snacks.
Cuisine: International

Contact: Jerome Le Bohec,
Hospitality Manager
H~tvev Nichc|s, 109-125 Ktijh|sbtidje,
lctdct SW1X 7R1
T: -44 (0)20 7235 5250
F: -44 (0)20 7823 2207
E: jetcte.|ebchec«h~tvevtichc|s.cct
harveynichols.com
Knightsbridge
Masala Zone Earls Court 10B
£
A casual dining Indian restaurant
situated three minutes’ walk from
Earl’s Court Tube station, and a
short walk from the Earls Court
Exhibition Centre. Indian street food,
regional curries including vegetarian
and Indian grills can all be found on
the menu. Expect to pay £12 for
lunch and £15 for dinner.
No reservations.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 50
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147 E~t|s Ccut| Rc~d, lctdct SW5 9RO
T: -44 (0)20 7373 0220
F: -44 (0)20 7373 0990
E: it|c«t~s~|~zcte.cct
masalazone.com
Earl’s Court
Masala Zone Fulham
£
Situated five minutes’ walk away
from Fulham Broadway Tube station
and Chelsea FC, Masala Zone is
a casual dining Indian restaurant.
Indian street food, regional curries
including vegetarian and Indian
grills can all be found on the menu.
Expect to pay £12 for lunch and
£15 for dinner. No reservations
necessary for less than 10 persons.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 40
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Contact: Ranjit Mathrani
583 Fu|h~t Rc~d, Fu|h~t Btc~dw~v,
lctdct SW6 5UA
T: -44 (0)20 7386 5500
F: -44 (0)20 7386 0088
E: |u|h~t«t~s~|~zcte.cct
masalazone.com
Fulham Broadway
Min Jiang London 8C
££
Min Jiang London enjoys
spectacular views over Kensington
Gardens and Hyde Park and offers
a stylish bar, a private dining room
for 20 people and an 80-seat
restaurant. The cuisine offers
flavours, ingredients and cooking
styles influenced from different
provinces in China, particularly
Sichuan. Including dim sum and the
house speciality of an authentic
Beijing duck cooked in a wood-
burning duck oven, a striking feature
of the new restaurant.
Cuisine: Chinese
Max group size: 20
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Contact: Jason Li, General Manger
Rcv~| G~tdet Hc|e|, 2-24 Ketsitj|ct
Hijh S|tee|, lctdct W8 4PT
T: -44 (0)20 7361 1988
F: -44 (0)20 7361 1987
E: tesetv~|icts«titji~tj.cc.ul
minjiang.co.uk
High Street Kensington
68-86 Bar 10D
and Restaurant
££
Located in South Kensington,
68-86 Bar and Restaurant is
an ideal place to meet and dine.
Enjoy a cocktail at the specially
commissioned, contemporary
glass bar, before heading into
the light and airy restaurant, with
its wooden floors and unusual
objets d’art. Sample the delights
of the seasonal British food. This
restaurant is perfectly located
for those visiting the Royal Albert
Hall, the Victoria and Albert
Museum, the Natural History
Museum, and Earls Court and
Olympia exhibition halls.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
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68-86 Ctctwe|| Rc~d,
lctdct SW7 5BT
T: -44 (0)20 7666 1891
F: -44 (0)20 7791 9001
E: 68-86«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com/vanderbilt
Gloucester Road
76 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
MU Restaurant 9G
& Lounge
££
MU Restaurant & Lounge at
The Millennium Hotel London
Knightsbridge offers guests Asian-
influenced tapas with ingredients
that are sure to tempt. Ginger, chilli,
lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves and
kombu herbs, to name but a few
flavours – textures and aromas that
will provoke and stimulate diners’
taste buds. The restaurant is located
on the first floor underneath a large
atrium which creates a feeling
of space, and perfect for dinner
underneath the stars.
Cuisine: French/Asian
Max group size: 120
Contact: Mario Markoras,
Restaurant Manager
The Mi||ettiut Hc|e| lctdct
Ktijh|sbtidje, 17 S|c~te S|tee|,
lctdct SW1X 9NU
T: -44 (0)20 7233 6330
F: -44 (0)20 7235 3705
mu-restaurant.co.uk
Knightsbridge
PJ’s Bar & Grill 10E
££
In the heart of Chelsea, PJ’s
is casually sophisticated, and
generates the kind of atmosphere
that is relaxed and makes one feel at
home. Using good quality and fresh
ingredients, PJ’s constantly sources
the best ingredients to complement
its well-thought-out menu offerings.
Cuisine: Modern European
52 Fu|h~t Rc~d, lctdct SW3 6HH
T: -44 (0)20 7581 0025
E: it|c«pjsb~t~tdjti||.cc.ul
pjsbarandgrill.co.uk
South Kensington
Plum Bar and 9A
Grill Restaurant
££
A smart hotel restaurant and
bar offering a mouth-watering
international menu and a wide range
of classic cocktails and drinks, in a
trendy but relaxed environment.
Cuisine: International
Contact: Gaurav Thakur, Food and
Beverage Manager
1s| F|cct, Hi||ct lctdct O|vtpi~, 380
Ketsitj|ct Hijh S|tee|, lctdct W14 8Nl
T: -44 (0)20 7603 3333
F: -44 (0)20 7856 1906
hilton.co.uk/olympia
High Street Kensington
Spaghetti House 8G
£
When in London, shopping,
sightseeing, going to the theatre or
out with the kids, look no further!
Spaghetti House has been satisfying
Londoners and friends from around
the UK for many years. A family-run,
small group of restaurants aiming to
give all their customers a good meal
and a good time. Open Mon-Sat
08.00-23.00, Sun 12.00-20.00.
Cuisine: Italian
Contact: Massimo degli Esposti, Manager
77 Ktijh|sbtidje, lctdct SW1X 7RB
T: -44 (0)20 7235 8141
F: -44 (0)20 7235 8141
E: lb«sp~jhe||ihcuse.cc.ul
spaghettihouse.co.uk
Hyde Park Corner/Knightsbridge
Sticky Fingers 8B
££
Bill Wyman‘s Sticky Fingers
restaurant has become a mecca, not
just for Rolling Stones fans, but also
for everyone who enjoys good food
and a good time. You can always
get what you want... award-winning
burgers, tender steaks, succulent ribs,
fresh fish... and a whole lot of lovin’.
Cuisine: American
1 Phi|itcte G~tdets, Ketsitj|ct,
lctdct W8 7OG
T: -44 (0)20 7938 5338
E: it|c«s|iclv|itjets.cc.ul
stickyfingers.co.uk
High Street Kensington
WestEleven Restaurant
££
Located in the lobby of the Hilton
London Kensington, this chic
restaurant is decked out in stylish
mahogany and purple with modern
art adorning the walls. Enjoy a buffet
breakfast or dine from the inspiring
European menu. Early evening
pre-theatre reservations are
available when booked in advance.
Both hotel guests and non-guests
are welcome to dine. Set menus and
à la carte menu available.
Cuisine: European
Max group size: 50
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Hc||~td P~tl Avetue, lctdct W11 4Ul
T: -44 (0)20 7603 3355
F: -44 (0)20 7602 9397
E: s~|es.letsitj|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/kensington
Holland Park/Shepherd’s Bush
Zia Teresa 9G
££
Zia Teresa won The ltdepetdet|’s
‘Best Neighbourhood Restaurant’
award for serving “hit-the-spot,
reliable Italian food”. It was the
only Knightsbridge restaurant
that was consistently voted for
by The ltdepetdet|’s discerning
readers. Located near the iconic
Harrods store, Zia Teresa is a
great choice.
Cuisine: Italian
Max group size: 50

Contact: Manager
6 H~ts Rc~d, Ktijh|sbtidje,
lctdct SW3 1RX
T: -44 (0)20 7589 7634
F: -44 (0)20 7584 7423
E: it|c«zi~|etes~.cc.ul
ziateresa.co.uk
Knightsbridge
Marylebone/
Warren Street/
Euston/
King’s Cross
Getti Marylebone
High Street 4H
££
A meal at Getti on Marylebone High
Street is as traditional and authentic
an Italian dining experience as you
will find in the heart of London.
This chic Marylebone venue offers
a delightful menu of regional
specialities that local diners
find irresistible.
Cuisine: Italian
Max group size: 52

Contact: Manager
42 M~tv|ebcte Hijh S|tee|,
lctdct W1U 5HD
T: -44 (0)20 7486 3753
F: -44 (0)20 7486 7086
E: t~tv|ebcte«je||i.cct
getti.com
Baker Street/Regent’s Park
Mestizo Restaurant 2K
££
Mestizo Restaurant and Tequila Bar
serves authentic Mexican cuisine.
Owned and operated by Mexicans,
serving traditional recipes from all of
Mexico. Authentic Mexican Sunday
Brunch served 1200-1600. This
stylish restaurant is ideal for
tequilas, cocktails and authentic
Mexican cuisine.
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Cuisine: Mexican
103 H~tps|e~d Rc~d, lctdct NW1 3El
T: -44 (0)20 7387 4064
F: -44 (0)20 7383 4984
E: e~|«tes|izctx.cct
mestizomx.com
/ Euston Warren Street
Mirrors Restaurant 2L
Novotel London St Pancras
££
This stylish restaurant next door to
the Shaw Theatre and five minutes’
walk from St Pancras station
offers informal dining in a relaxed,
contemporary environment. Whether
meeting friends for a light snack or
clients for a business lunch, Mirrors
Restaurant is the ideal choice.
Winner of an AA Rosette, Mirrors
offers an à la carte menu of Modern
European cuisine, as well as either
a three-course buffet or a set Chef’s
menu from £15.50 for lunch or
£18.50 for dinner.
Cuisine: British/European
Max group size: 30
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Contact: Pino Dispinseri
Eus|ct Rc~d, lctdct NW1 2A1
T: -44 (0)20 7666 9080
F: -44 (0)20 7666 9025
E: h5309-|b«~ccct.cct
novotel-uk.com
/ Euston/King’s Cross St Pancras
Royal Institute of 4J
British Architects
££
The RIBA Restaurant located in
the Florence Hall offers a modern,
sophisticated atmosphere in one
of the RIBA’s grandest spaces.
Offering fresh, creative and seasonal
dishes and access to a lovely
terrace, it is perfect for alfresco
dining in the summer months.
Cuisine: British/European

Contact: Sven Plath, General Manager
66 Pct||~td P|~ce, lctdct, W1B 1AD
T: -44 (0)20 7631 0467
F: -44 (0)20 7307 3743
E: tes|~ut~t|«its|.tib~.ctj
ribavenues.co.uk
Regent’s Park/Great Portland Street
/Oxford Circus
/ Euston/St Pancras International
St Pancras Grand 1M
££
Created by the well-known designer
Martin Brudnizki, St Pancras Grand
is a stylish destination restaurant
that combines the romance
from a bygone era with fabulous,
quintessentially British dining and
menus by Head Chef Chris Dines.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: 130
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Contact: Paul Boyce, Commercial
Operations Director
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Cctccutse, Eus|ct Rc~d,
lctdct N1C 4Ol
T: -44 (0)20 7870 9900
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Sea Shell of 3F
Lisson Grove
££
Sea Shell offers some of the finest
fish and chips in London, served
in friendly, relaxing, traditional
surroundings. It also offers disabled
facilities. Families welcome.
Cuisine: Seafood/British
49-51 lissct Gtcve, lctdct NW1 6UH
T: -44 (0)20 7724 9000
F: -44 (0)20 7724 9071
/ Marylebone
Villandry 4K
££
Villandry has effortlessly established
itself as one of Fitzrovia’s most
popular venues and a destination for
foodies from all over London. With
a choice between the minimal-chic
restaurant, which has an ambience
that will appeal to all ages, the more
relaxed and intimate cocktail bar,
or the French charcuterie bar,
Villandry offers flexible and
atmospheric spaces.
Cuisine: French
Max group size: Restaurant 100
seated/200 standing; Charcuterie 36
seated/70 standing; Bar 55 seated
/100 standing
Contact: Esther Grace
170 Gte~| Pct||~td S|tee|, lctdct
W1W 5OB
T: -44 (0)20 7631 3131
F: -44 (0)20 7631 3030
E: ejt~ce«vi||~tdtv.cct
villandry.com
Great Portland Street
Camden/
Islington
Axis Restaurant & Bar
££
Split over two levels complemented
by modern lighting and a glass front
feature wall, this Islington restaurant
is ideal for individuals or groups
dining. Diners can enjoy dishes
such as baby spinach and black
pudding salad or fillet of red mullet;
alternatively graze on the mezze
bar menu.
Cuisine: Modern British
Max group size: 90, buffet option can
also be pre-arranged for groups
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Contact: Groups and Events Team
53 Uppet S|tee|, ls|itj|ct, lctdct N1 0UY
T: -44 (0)20 7354 7700
F: -44 (0)20 7354 7711
E: evet|s.is|itj|ct«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/islington
Angel/King’s Cross St Pancras
Masala Zone Camden Town
£
Situated two minutes’ walk from
Camden Town Tube station, and
close to Camden Market and
Camden Lock, is this casual dining
Indian restaurant. Indian street food,
regional curries including vegetarian
and Indian grills can all be found
on the menu. Expect to pay £12 for
lunch and £15 for dinner.
No reservations.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 50
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25 P~tlw~v, C~tdet, lctdct NW1 7PG
T: -44 (0)20 7267 4422
F: -44 (0)20 7267 8833
E: it|c«t~s~|~zcte.cct
masalazone.com
Camden Town
Masala Zone Islington
£
A casual dining Indian restaurant
situated five minutes’ walk from
Angel Tube station on popular
Upper Street and close to the
Business Design Centre. Indian
street food, regional curries,
including vegetarian, and Indian
grills can all be found on the menu.
Expect to pay £12 for lunch and £15
for dinner. No reservations.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 50

80 Uppet S|tee|, ls|itj|ct,
lctdct N1 0NU
T: -44 (0)20 7359 3399
F: -44 (0)20 7359 6560
E: it|c«t~s~|~zcte.cct
masalazone.com
Angel
Shaka Zulu
££
Shaka Zulu has been created on
an unimaginable scale and is set
to be the pinnacle of London’s
cosmopolitan scene. It serves
authentic South African cuisine,
cooked on open-flame grills with
a dramatic backdrop that includes
marble bars, hand-carved African
murals and statues. Perfect for
groups of all sizes looking for
a culinary treat in a dramatic setting.
Cuisine: South African braai/Seafood
Max group size: 400

Contact: Simon Yandell
S|~b|es M~tle|, C~tdet,
lctdct NW1 8AH
T: -44 (0)20 3376 9911
F: -44 (0)20 7428 8993
E: s~|es«sh~l~-zu|u.cct
shaka-zulu.com
Camden Town
South Bank/
Southwark
The Larder Restaurant 7T
& Ruba Bar
££
Open all day for breakfast, lunch and
dinner, The Larder serves classic
Modern British and European
dishes, combining traditional
and contemporary influences to
create eye-catching and great
tasting food using the freshest of
ingredients. Ruba Bar is a stylish
and contemporary bar serving
light snacks, coffees and drinks
throughout the day.
Cuisine: Modern British & European
Max group size: 150 (restaurant)
Contact: Jonathon Bowmaker,
Restaurant Manager
Hi||ct lctdct Tcwet Btidje,
5 Mcte lctdct P|~ce, Tcc|ev S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 2BY
T: -44 (0)20 3002 4300
F: -44 (0)20 3002 4350
E: jct~|hct.bcwt~let«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/towerbridge
/ London Bridge
Las Iguanas 7N
£ – ££
Las Iguanas is all about escape. It’s
been sharing its own brand of Latin
magic with guests since 1991:
a tasty blend of the traditional and
the new, with fresh ingredients,
mouth-watering regional food and
drink, and service from passionate
people. Also branches in Soho, the
City and at The O
2
.
Cuisine: Latin American
Max group size: 40

Contact: Andrew White, General Manager
Rcv~| Fes|iv~| H~||, Uti| 14, Fes|iv~| W~|l,
lctdct SE1 8XX
T: -44 (0)20 7620 1328
E: tcv~||es|iv~|h~||«iju~t~s.cc.ul
iguanas.co.uk
Embankment
/ Charing Cross/Waterloo
Londinium 7S
££
Located in London Bridge Hotel,
Londinium offers a welcoming blend
of contemporary design: red suede
furnishings, rich brown walnut floors
and soft lighting. The seasonal
British menu uses UK-sourced
produce which is freshly prepared
and served by professional,
friendly staff.
Cuisine: Modern British
Max group size: 80
¥
Contact: Guy Kaye, Food
& Beverage Manager
lctdct Btidje Hc|e|, 8-18 lctdct Btidje
S|tee|, lctdct SE1 9SG
T: -44 (0)20 7855 2200
F: -44 (0)20 7855 2233
E: |ctditiut«|ctdctbtidjehc|e|.cct
londonbridgehotel.com
/ London Bridge
The Loft 7Q
££
With Bankside now one of the
trendiest parts of London, the newly
refurbished Loft is the perfect venue
for those all-important business
lunch and dinner meetings. The
restaurant presents a constantly
evolving menu with a carefully
matched wine list. Alberico Orsi,
Executive Chef, thrives on the
challenge of tailoring his dishes to
suit setting, season and occasion.
The Loft can cater lunches or
dinners for up to 80 people as well
as cocktail parties or
private celebrations.
Cuisine: Modern European
Max group size: 80
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Contact: Ann-Louise Hollett
Metcute lctdct Ci|v B~tlside Hc|e|,
71-79 Scu|hw~tl S|tee|, lctdct SE1 01A
T: -44 (0)20 7902 0800
F: -44 (0)20 7902 0810
E: h2814«~ccct.cct
mercure.com
/ London Bridge/Waterloo
Southwark
78 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
OXO Tower Restaurant, 6P
Bar and Brasserie
£££
The Brasserie offers a vibrant
atmosphere created by an open
kitchen, live jazz and the speed and
quality of service. The Restaurant
is a haven for those wanting to
enjoy the quiet elegance of a truly
innovative, fine-dining experience.
Cuisine: Modern European

OXO Tcwet Wh~t|, B~tje Hcuse S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 9PH
T: -44 (0)20 7803 3888
F: -44 (0)20 7803 3838
E: cxc.tesetv~|icts«h~tvevtichc|s.cct
harveynichols.com
/ Blackfriars/Waterloo
Roast 7S
££
Based in Britain’s oldest food
market, Roast is dedicated to
the best of British cooking and
sources seasonal ingredients from
sustainable and ethical suppliers.
The dinner menu offers a range of
traditional dishes from roast beef to
seafood and salads.
Cuisine: British
Contact: Debora Luzi, Events Manager
The F|ct~| H~||, Bctcujh M~tle|,
S|ctev S|tee|, lctdct SE1 1Tl
T: -44 (0)845 034 7301
E: evet|s«tc~s|-tes|~ut~t|.cct
roast-restaurant.com
/ London Bridge
Waterloo Brasserie 8P
££
Waterloo Brasserie is a stylish and
contemporary European bar and
restaurant across the road from
The Old Vic Theatre. It is a favourite
for pre-theatre meals and the
vibrant bar is popular with locals and
commuters. Private dining room for
parties and events.
Cuisine: Modern European
Max group size: 350 on ground floor
and 100 in the basement

Contact: Valerie Brooks,
Events Manager
119 W~|et|cc Rc~d, lctdct SE1 8Ul
T: -44 (0)20 3170 0886
F: -44 (0)20 7902 1133
E: evet|s«w~|et|ccbt~ssetie.cc.ul
/ Waterloo
East London/
The City
1901 4T
£££
Modern fine dining providing
‘unpretentious luxury for when you
are feeling decadent.’ Consisting
of a dramatic interior with a domed
atrium, 1901 seats 80 in luxurious
comfort. This is ideal for a quick
lunch in the City with efficient service
and the option of a set-price menu.
Cuisine: European
Max group size: 91, 12 per table
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Contact: Dominique Couillaud,
Restaurant Manager
40 livetpcc| S|tee|, lctdct EC2M 7ON
T: -44 (0)20 7618 7000
F: -44 (0)20 7618 5035
E: |ctdct.tes|tes«~td~z.cct
andaz.com
/ Liverpool Street
Addendum 6T
Restaurant and Bar
££
This contemporary restaurant and
bar, serving Modern European
cuisine, boasts an array of dining
areas, from discreet semi-private
booths to very light open spaces. In
fine weather, the whole glass front
opens to give a real alfresco feel to
this restaurant in the heart of the
City. Open Mon-Sun for breakfast,
lunch and dinner and available for
private events. Open Mon-Sun
breakfast 07.00-10.30, lunch 12.00-
14.30, dinner 18.00-22.00; closed
bank holidays.
Cuisine: Modern European
Max group size: 10. Also available for
private events, with 3 private dining rooms

Nc. 1 See|hitj l~te, lctdct EC3N 4AX
T: -44 (0)20 7977 9500
F: -44 (0)20 7702 2217
E: tesetv~|icts«~ddetdut
tes|~ut~t|.cc.ul
addendumrestaurant.co.uk
Aldgate/Tower Hill Fenchurch Street
DLR Tower Gateway
Cinnamon Kitchen 4T
££
Cinnamon Kitchen offers evolved
Modern Indian cuisine in a relaxed
setting in the heart of the City of
London. Continually challenging
culinary traditions, Chef Vivek Singh
goes beyond authenticity to discover
new flavours and draw on the
diversity of the sub-continent.
Cuisine: Modern Indian
Max group size: 120 seated
Contact: Priyanka Sharma
9 Devctshite Squ~te, lctdct EC2M 4Yl
T: -44 (0)20 7626 5000
E: it|c«citt~tct-li|chet.cct
cinnamon-kitchen.com
/ Liverpool Street
Eastway 4T
££
Eastway, formerly Terminus, is a fun,
lively, brasserie-style restaurant with
a relaxed and informal atmosphere,
and excellent but laid-back
service. The menu is quite eclectic,
featuring everything from salads
and sandwiches to pasta, fish and
steaks. All expertly conceived by
Head Chef Michael Kreiling.
Cuisine: Modern European
Max group size: All group
sizes considered

Contact: Thomas Decan
40 livetpcc| S|tee|, lctdct EC2M 7ON
T: -44 (0)20 7618 7400
F: -44 (0)20 7618 5055
E: |ctdct.tes|tes«~td~z.cct
andaz.com
/ Liverpool Street
L’Estaminet
££
L’Estaminet is a charming
French-style bistro that can seat
up to 110 diners. The restaurant
itself has a quaint, traditional French
decor with bistro chairs, leather
banquettes and wooden tables.
The walls are covered with photos
and posters from France. This little
corner of France on the edge of the
City of London is a must – the food
is hearty and filling, the service is
charming, the wine list is varied. The
L’Estaminet restaurant is perfectly
located for a relaxing evening meal.
Cuisine: French Bistro
lbis lctdct Ci|v, 5 Ccttetci~| S|tee|,
lctdct E1 6BF
T: -44 (0)20 7422 8400
F: -44 (0)20 7422 8410
E: H5011-FB«~ccct.cct
accor-hotels.com
Aldgate East
Fire & Stone Spitalfields
££
A deliciously different pizza
restaurant in the heart of Old
Spitalfields Market. Serving unique
pizzas, pastas and salads inspired
by the unusual flavours of the world,
Fire & Stone uses the freshest
ingredients carefully prepared
on site every day.
Cuisine: Modern Pizzeria
Max group size: 190 (exclusive hire)

Contact: Central Reservations
4 Hcttet Squ~te, O|d Spi|~||ie|ds M~tle|,
lctdct E1 6EW
T: -44 (0)844 371 2550
F: -44 (0)20 7504 8553
E: evet|s«cjtes|~ut~t|s.cct
fireandstone.com
/Liverpool Street
Malmaison Brasserie 4Q
££
The brasserie is beautifully chic, with
mood-enhancing lighting and a lively
atmosphere. The original vaults have
been opened up to create intimate
dining spaces, while cosy corners
with plumped silk and velvet cushions
create a warm, relaxed environment.
Cuisine: Modern French
Max group size: 60 for private use
of the Brasserie
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18-21 Ch~t|ethcuse Squ~te,
lctdct EC1M 6AH
T: -44 (0)20 7012 3700
F: -44 (0)20 7012 3702
E: |ctdct«t~|t~isct.cct
malmaison-london.com
/ Farringdon Barbican
Mint Leaf Lounge 5S
& Restaurant
££
Innovative Indian food created using
the finest produce; there are weekly
lunch menus as well as the seasonal
à la carte menu. Choose from the
bar, lounge, restaurant or Chef’s
Table, or private dining room. The
bar has over 400 spirits mixed into a
dizzying array of delectable cocktails.
Cuisine: Indian
Max group size: 90

Contact: Lisa Cawthorne
12 Atje| Ccut|, lc|hbutv,
lctdct EC2R 7HB
T: -44 (0)20 7600 0992
F: -44 (0)20 7600 6628
E: tesetv~|icts«tit||e~||cutje.cct
E: evet|s.t~t~jet«tit||e~||cutje.cct
mintleaflounge.com
/DLR Bank
Prism Restaurant 5S
££
Occupying the sensational former
Bank of New York building on
Leadenhall Street in the City of
London, Prism oozes the glamour
and power of the 1920s financial
world. The restaurant offers
ambience and great cuisine in the
heart of the City.
Cuisine: Modern Eclectic
S
147 le~deth~|| S|tee|, lctdct EC3V 4OT
T: -44 (0)20 7256 3875
F: -44 (0)870 191 6025
harveynichols.com
/ Liverpool Street Bank/Monument
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Sheba
££
Since opening its doors in 1972, this
acclaimed family-run curry house
has become one of the most popular
restaurants in Brick Lane for the
sheer quality of its food. Sheba is
available for group bookings, private
parties and functions.
Cuisine: Indian/Bangladeshi
Max group size: 85

Contact: Sultan Miah, Manager
136 Bticl l~te, lctdct E1 6RU
T: -44 (0)20 7247 7824
F: -44 (0)20 7426 0886
E: sheb~bticl|~te«jccj|et~i|.cct
shebabricklane.com
/ Liverpool Street Aldgate East
The Zetter 3Q
££
Located in the heart of one
of London’s most fashionable
neighbourhoods, Clerkenwell.
Loved for the inventive modern
Mediterranean menu as well
as its light-filled dining room
and panoramic views over the
cobblestones of St John’s Square,
where an attractive alfresco dining
area is located in summer. Open for
breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekend
brunches and private dining.
Cuisine: Modern Mediterranean
Max group size: 110

Contact: Oliver Williams
86-88 C|etletwe|| Rc~d,
lctdct EC1M 5R1
T: -44 (0)20 7324 4455
F: -44 (0)20 7324 4456
E: tes|~ut~t|«|heze||et.cct
thezetter.com
/ Farringdon Barbican
Greenwich/
Docklands
Canary Wharf 7HH
Restaurants
£ – £££
Canary Wharf offers an array of
eateries for every occasion, with
many international cuisines. Choose
from numerous riverside cafés and
bars, a selection of takeaway outlets
or fine dining in elegant restaurants.
Visit the Jubilee Place Food Court,
or take in stunning views from
Plateau, Royal China and Ubon
by Nobu.
Cuisine: International - various
Contact: Julia Denman,
Press Officer
Ote C~t~d~ Squ~te, C~t~tv Wh~t|,
lctdct E14 5AB
T: -44 (0)20 7418 2000
F: -44 (0)20 7418 2222
E: webt~s|et«c~t~tvwh~t|.cct
mycanarywharf.com
/DLR Canary Wharf
Cinnamon Restaurant 8HH
& Bar
££
Looking to treat a business
colleague or partner to something
out of the ordinary? Then head
straight to Cinnamon Restaurant &
Bar in the heart of Canary Wharf.
Contemporary in style with slate
floors, low lighting and sleek wooden
tables, Cinnamon Restaurant is
the perfect place for formal dining
without the stuffy atmosphere. The
menu, with its modern European
cuisine, has been infused with an
inventive selection of herbs and
spices. It is a perfect venue for
a business or romantic dinner, and
it’s also very suitable for lone diners
thanks to the relaxed layout. Sample
the bar’s famous signature vodka
cocktails; the Cinnamon Martini is
a crowd favourite.
Cuisine: Modern British
with a French influence
Max group size: 130
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Contact: Kevin Byrnes, Food
& Beverage Manager
Scu|h Ou~v, M~tsh W~||,
lctdct E14 9SH
T: -44 (0)20 3002 2343
F: -44 (0)20 3002 2350
E: citt~tct.c~t~tvwh~t|«hi||ct.cct
hilton.co.uk/canarywharf
DLR South Quay /DLR Canary Wharf
Curve Restaurant & Bar 6GG
££
Curve Restaurant & Bar overlooks
the waterfront of Canary Wharf
where imposing skyscrapers make
for dramatic views. Curve is situated
over two floors and allows diners to
make private use of the second
floor with a separate bar, and
a large terrace for alfresco dining
throughout the summer. Curve
Restaurant & Bar is the perfect
location to enjoy the very best in
market fresh fish, seafood and
international cuisine. Prices start
from £6.50 for a starter, £11 for
a main and £5.50 for a dessert. The
two-course business lunch menu
costs £15 per person.
Cuisine: Seafood
lctdct M~ttic|| Wes| ltdi~ Ou~v Hc|e|,
22 Het|stete Rc~d, C~t~tv Wh~t|,
lctdct E14 4ED
T: -44 (0)20 7517 2808
E: cutve«t~ttic||.cct
londonmarriottwestindiaquay.co.uk
/DLR Canary Wharf
DLR West India Quay
Elements Restaurant 12HH
££
For informal dining in a relaxed
environment, Elements Restaurant
is an ideal choice. Open from 11.00
to 23.00, Elements Restaurant
offers a great choice in various sizes.
Or just come by to relax and enjoy
a drink or a light meal at the end of
a long day in the stylish Elements
bar. With its vibrant décor and
contemporary furnishings, it’s
a perfect place to unwind.
Cuisine: International
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173-185 Gteetwich Hijh Rc~d,
lctdct SE10 81A
T: -44 (0)20 8312 6800
F: -44 (0)20 8312 6810
E: h3476-|b«~ccct.cct
novotel.com
/DLR Greenwich
The O
2
7LL
£ – £££
Comprising more than 20 popular
bars and restaurants, Entertainment
Avenue within The O
2
is the same
length and breadth as New Bond
Street. Your clients will be amazed
at the sheer availability and choice
on offer at The O
2
. The world is their
oyster, from delicious salads, sushi
and steaks, to curries, flame-grilled
burgers, pasta and pizzas. Whatever
their culinary leanings, there’s an
establishment here to suit your
clients. They can come to one of the
many establishments before a show,
for a quick bite to eat or for a long
lunch or dinner.
Cuisine: International
Contact: Customer Services
The O
2
, Petitsu|~ Squ~te,
lctdct SE10 0DX
T: -44 (0)20 8463 2000
E: cus|ctetsetvices«|hec2.cc.ul
theo2.co.uk
North Greenwich
RIVER North Greenwich Pier
South West
London
Café Du Village Wandsworth
££
With idyllic views across
Wandsworth Common, Café du
Village serves a wide range of
dishes influenced by the continent,
resulting in a relaxed French
ambience. Ideal for a range of dining
occasions, from a quick sandwich to
a leisurely meal with the family.
Max group size: 40
Cuisine: French/European
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Contact: Sam Heard
11 Be||evue Rc~d, W~tdswct|h Ccttct,
lctdct SW17 7EG
T: -44 (0)844 371 2550
F: -44 (0)20 7504 8553
E: evet|s«cjtes|~ut~t|s.cct
cafeduvillage.co.uk
Wandsworth Common
Azura Bar 8JJ
& Restaurant
££
With stunning river views, Azura
Bar & Restaurant is a cool and
intimate space that’s all about
the River Thames. Inside, the
buzzing basalt and blue steel bar
leads through to the restaurant’s
floor-to-ceiling views. Outside,
you’re riverside, in sculptured
gardens and deeply comfortable
sofas for relaxed alfresco dining.
Inside or out, the food follows a
‘Seasonal British’ philosophy that
showcases the season’s very
best ingredients.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
R~dissct Edw~tdi~t New Ptcvidetce
Wh~t|, 5 F~ittct| Avetue,
C~t~tv Wh~t|, lctdct E14 9PO
T: -44 (0)20 7987 2050
F: -44 (0)20 7987 8424
E: ~zut~«t~dissct.cct
radissonedwardian.com
/newprovidencewharf
DLR Blackwall/East India
80 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
West London
Henleys and The Brasserie
££
Minutes from Heathrow, this
airport hotel restaurant feels
anything but. Relax in the
surroundings of wood panelled
walls and original artwork. This is
the perfect place for those lunch
meetings or special dinners. The
cuisine is modern British, featuring
seasonal menus. A buzzing
brasserie and soothing spa make
this hotel perfect for work or play.
Cuisine: Seasonal British
R~dissct Edw~tdi~t He~|htcw,
140 B~|h Rc~d, H~ves,
Midd|esex UB3 5AW
T: -44 (0)20 8817 2607
radissonedwardian.com/heathrow
/ Heathrow Terminal 1, 2, 3
Fire & Stone Westfield
££
Deliciously different pizza restaurant
in the heart of Shepherd’s Bush.
In the stunning modern restaurant,
dishes are inspired by the different
continents of the world, and offer
a fantastic choice of unique
pizzas, pastas and salads for all
the family.
Cuisine: Modern Pizzeria
Max group size: 150 (exclusive hire)

Contact: Central Reservations
Scu|hett Tett~ce, Wes||ie|d lctdct,
Atie| W~v, lctdct W12 7GB
T: -44 (0)844 371 2550
F: -44 (0)20 7504 8553
E: evet|s«cjtes|~ut~t|s.cct
fireandstone.com
White City /Shepherd’s Bush
Westfield London
££
Eating and drinking is an integral
and celebrated element of the overall
Westfield London experience,
not simply an add-on to shopping.
Choose from nearly 50 international
food concepts. Start the day with
breakfast, stop for a coffee and
patisserie mid-shop; meet friends
for a noodle lunch; unwind with a
glorious dish of mezze at the end of
a day, or book for an evening treat.
Cuisine: International - various

Cet|te M~t~jetet| Sui|e, Atie| W~v,
lctdct W12 7GF
T: -44 (0)20 3371 2300
E: w|tecep|ict«wes||ie|d-ul.cct
westfield.com/london
/Shepherd’s Bush
White City/Wood Lane
Museum/
Arts centre
restaurants
The Balcony Bistro 4R
££
The Balcony Bistro has been
recently redeveloped to a
contemporary look – moody tones
with warm wood. The Balcony
Bistro offers a mid-priced menu
of classic European dishes with
a contemporary edge, including
a selection of seafood – simple,
straightforward and satisfying food.
Cuisine: Modern European
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Contact: Oscar Luque,
General Manager
B~tbic~t, Si|l S|tee|, lctdct EC2Y 8DS
T: -44 (0)20 7382 6180
F: -44 (0)20 7588 2228
E: c|uque«b~tbic~t.ctj.ul
digbytrout.co.uk
Barbican/Moorgate
British Museum 4M
Restaurant
£
Located beneath the museum’s
magnificent glass roof, the Court
Restaurant is ideal for lunch,
traditional afternoon tea or an
evening meal, offering a wide
selection of international dishes. For
a fast, family-friendly service, try the
Gallery Café and Court Café.
Cuisine: International/Italian/Café
Max group size: 80
S
Contact: Traci Winter
Gte~| Russe|| S|tee|, lctdct WC1B 3DG
T: -44 (0)20 7323 8990
F: -44 (0)20 7323 8990
E: e~|«bti|ishtuseut.ctj
britishmuseum.org
Russell Square/Holborn
/Tottenham Court Road
The National Café 6L
££
The National Café is continental in
style – a timeless yet glamorous
interpretation of a traditional
Viennese café. The interior is
elegant and cosmopolitan, featuring
a waiter-service brasserie,
self-service dining hall, a private
dining room and an espresso bar.
Cuisine: European
Max group size: 20
S
Contact: Rob Santos, General Manager
E~s| Witj, The N~|ict~| G~||etv,
Tt~|~|j~t Squ~te, lctdct WC2N 5DN
T: -44 (0)20 7747 2870
thenationalcafe.com
/ Charing Cross Leicester Square
The National Dining Rooms 6L
££
The National Dining Rooms and
Bakery is a pleasingly versatile space
combining modernity and tradition in
an inimitably British style. It is ideal
for breakfast meetings, coffee and
elevenses, a three-course lunch or
traditional afternoon tea.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: 30, but bigger parties
can be arranged
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Contact: Samira Harek,
General Manager
S~itsbutv Witj, The N~|ict~| G~||etv,
Tt~|~|j~t Squ~te, lctdct WC2N 5DN
T: -44 (0)20 7747 2870
E: etquities«|het~|ict~|
dititjtccts.cc.ul
thenationaldiningrooms.co.uk
/ Charing Cross Leicester Square
The Portrait Restaurant 6L
££
Searcy’s operate at The Portrait
Restaurant on the third floor of
the National Portrait Gallery. All
food is freshly prepared on site
and the menus are based on
local and seasonal produce. This
bustling restaurant is popular with
all age groups. Reservations are
recommended at peak times.
Cuisine: Modern British
Max group size: 40
S
N~|ict~| Pct|t~i| G~||etv, S| M~t|it's P|~ce,
lctdct WC2H 0HE
T: -44 (0)20 7312 2490
F: -44 (0)20 7925 0244
E: pct|t~i|.tes|~ut~t|«se~tcvs.cc.ul
searcys.co.uk
Leicester Square / Charing Cross
Searcy’s Restaurant 4R
at the Barbican
£
A stylish and contemporary setting
overlooking Barbican Waterside with
a City view, Searcy’s offers corporate
lunch and dinner, pre or post-theatre.
Jane Collins, one of only a handful of
female head chefs in the UK, evokes
enthusiastic applause from all who
sample her cooking.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: 120-130
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Contact: Elizabeth Gaffney,
Sales Manager
leve| 2, B~tbic~t, Si|l S|tee|,
lctdct EC2Y 8DS
T: -44 (0)20 7588 3008
F: -44 (0)20 7382 7247
E: se~tcvs«b~tbic~t.ctj.ul
searcys.co.uk
Moorgate/Barbican
Skylon 7N
££
Skylon is situated within the
Royal Festival Hall on London’s
re-energised South Bank
overlooking the River Thames. The
restaurant features a stylish modern
European menu created by Finnish
Head Chef Helena Puolakka, and
the grill offers a selection of light
dishes, salads, fish and meat.
Cuisine: Modern European
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Contact: Chris Yates, General Manager
Rcv~| Fes|iv~| H~||, Scu|hb~tl Cet|te,
Be|vedete Rc~d, lctdct SE1 8XX
T: -44 (0)20 7654 7800
E: it|c«d~tdd|ctdct.cct
skylonrestaurant.co.uk
/ Waterloo Embankment
Tate Britain 10M
Restaurant
£ – ££
Tate Britain offers two places to
eat: the Café and the Rex Whistler
Restaurant. Both are managed by
Tate for Tate, so purchases directly
support the gallery. The Tate’s
self-service Café offers a range of
pastries, sandwiches, light meals,
soup, cakes and drinks, while the
Rex Whistler Restaurant offers
seasonal, modern British dishes and
a well-respected and affordable
wine list. Limited tables outside
during summer.
Cuisine: Modern British
¥
Contact: Anthony Boyton
Mi||b~tl, lctdct SW1P 4RG
T: -44 (0)20 7887 8825
F: -44 (0)20 7887 8729
E: bti|~it.tes|~ut~t|«|~|e.ctj.ul
tate.org.uk /britain/eatanddrink
Pimlico
Tate Modern 7Q
Restaurant
£ – ££
The restaurant at Tate Modern
is located on the seventh floor,
with spectacular views of St
Paul’s Cathedral and the City.
Offers innovative menus based
on seasonal, carefully sourced
ingredients, plus an imaginative wine
list. Open daily for breakfast, lunch
and afternoon tea, with evening
dining on Fri and Sat.
Cuisine: Modern European
/Modern British
Contact: Thanos Nikolaou,
General Manager
B~tlside, lctdct SE1 9TG
T: -44 (0)20 7401 5018
F: -44 (0)20 7401 5052
E: tcdett.tes|~ut~t|«|~|e.ctj.ul
tate.org.uk
/ London Bridge
St Paul’s/Southwark
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Tr avel Tr ade Gui de 81
Dining &
entertainment
Dover Street 7K
Restaurant and Bar
££
Mayfair’s award-winning dining,
dancing and live music restaurant,
featuring jazz, soul, blues, Latin and
swing. Probably the greatest party
atmosphere in town. Open Mon-
Thurs 17.00-03.00, Fri & Sat 19.00-
03.00. Private areas seating from 25
to 100, with their own private bar.
Cuisine: French/Mediterranean
Max group size: 350
Contact: Larry Hamilton-Pryce,
PR and Marketing
8-10 Dcvet S|tee|, lctdct W1S 4lO
T: -44 (0)20 7629 9813
F: -44 (0)20 7491 2958
E: bcclitjs«dcvets|.cc.ul
doverst.co.uk
Green Park
Dining on
a boat
Bateaux London 7M
Restaurant Cruisers
££
Bateaux London offers lunch and
dinner cruises, combining luxury
dining, live entertainment and
five-star customer care. Offering
unparalleled views of the capital,
Bateaux London is the best way to
see London’s famous landmarks.
Cuisine: Traditional British
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Contact: Sales Team
Etb~tltet| Piet, Vic|cti~ Etb~tltet|,
lctdct WC2N 6NU
T: -44 (0)20 7695 1807
F: -44 (0)20 7839 1034
E: |t~de«b~|e~ux|ctdct.cct
bateauxlondon.com
Embankment
RS Hispaniola 7M
£
The Restaurant Ship Hisp~tic|~
is a unique venue, encompassing
restaurant, bars and event space. A
permanently moored, air-conditioned
ship with a prime location, opposite
the London Eye near Embankment
Tube, it has superb views over the
Thames. Traditional afternoon tea
and trade menus are ideal for any
London itinerary, especially pre or
post-theatre.
Cuisine: Modern European
/Mediterranean

Contact: Natasha Contini, Head
of Sales and Marketing
Vic|cti~ Etb~tltet|, lctdct WC2N 5D1
T: -44 (0)20 7839 3011
F: -44 (0)20 7321 0547
E: it|c«hisp~tic|~.cc.ul
hispaniola.co.uk
Embankment
Themed dining
Medieval Banquet
££
Enjoy a four-course banquet with
unlimited beer and wine, and an
exciting array of live entertainment
by flickering torch light in the vaulted
cellars of Ivory House. Just a stone’s
throw from the Tower of London, it is
an ideal location for groups visiting
St Katharine’s Dock and seeking
a reasonably priced lunch venue.
Cuisine: British
Max group size: 500
Contact: Clare Livesey,
Sales and Marketing Manager
lvctv Hcuse, S| K~|h~tite's Dccl,
lctdct E1W 1BP
T: -44 (0)20 7480 5353
F: -44 (0)20 7709 0499
E: it|c«tediev~|b~tque|.cct
medievalbanquet.com
Tower Hill
Restaurant
booking
agencies
toptable.com
toptable.com is Europe’s leading
online restaurant booking service,
with access to thousands of
restaurants, from Michelin-starred
eateries to a host of hidden gems.
With amazing 50 per cent off
special offers, menus, maps, photos,
and more than a million restaurant
reviews written by real diners; the
free-to-use service is an invaluable
tool. Plus, when you book with
toptable you receive points that can
be redeemed for free meals.
T: -44 (0)20 7299 2949
E: it|c«|cp|~b|e.cct
toptable.com
Pubs, bars
& cafés
West End
ABSOLUT ICEBAR 6K
LONDON
££
Maintained at minus 5C, everything,
including the walls, tables, chairs
and even the glasses that the
cocktails are served in, is made
entirely from crystal-clear ice. Entry
includes a warm cape and gloves
plus your first Absolut Vodka or fruit
juice cocktail in your own ice glass.
Tickets for a 40-minute session:
Sun-Wed £13.50 (£12.50 advance);
Thu-Fri until 17.45 £13.50 (£12.50
advance), after 18.30 £16 (£15
advance); all day Sat £16. Premium
session £25, available 20.00 Fri
& Sat.
31-33 Heddct S|tee|, lctdct W1B 4BN
T: -44 (0)20 7478 8910
F: -44 (0)20 7478 8844
E: it|c«be|cwzetc|ctdct.cct
absoluticebarlondon.com
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Babble 6J
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Babble is one of the most
fashionable and diverse venues in
the heart of Mayfair, the perfect
place for everything from after-work
drinks to hire of the whole venue for
a corporate event.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 300
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
l~tsdcwte Hcuse, 59 Betle|ev Squ~te,
lctdct W11 6ER
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
babble-bar.co.uk
Green Park
Bar Soho SL
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
in the heart of Soho and ideal for
any event, Bar Soho can adapt to
any occasion. Inside are two unique
rooms, with individually styled
spaces to accommodate events for
up to 300 people comfortably.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 300
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
23-25 O|d Cctp|ct S|tee|,
lctdct W1D 51l
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
barsoho.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Dirty Martini 6M
££
Located in Covent Garden’s
Piazza with a luxurious ‘New York’
atmosphere. Stunning cocktails,
delicious bar food, laidback
atmosphere and live DJs make Dirty
Martini an excellent choice for after-
work drinks, parties, leaving dos,
celebrations and late-night soirées.
Cuisine: Cocktail Bar
Max group size: 150 (exclusive hire)
Contact: Central Reservations
11-12 Russe|| S|tee|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2B 5HZ
T: -44 (0)844 371 2550
F: -44 (0)20 7504 8553
E: evet|s«cjtes|~ut~t|s.cct
dirtymartini.uk.com
Covent Garden / Charing Cross
Gem 6K
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
perfectly positioned between
Oxford Circus and Piccadilly, Gem
has transformed into a slick, sexy
bar with a distinct style. The bar
has an abundance of experience in
organising events for anything up to
550 guests.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 550
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
10 Be~l S|tee|, lctdct W1F 9RA
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
gem-bar.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Grace 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
the fabulous newly refurbished
restaurant, private dining room and
sophisticated bar at Grace lend
themselves to any event at any time.
This 1,000-capacity venue includes
the stylish Milk Bar or Cocoa
Club downstairs.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 1,000
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
42-44 Gte~| Witdti|| S|tee|,
lctdct W1D 7NB
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
grace-bar.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Jewel Covent Garden 6M
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and nestled in the heart of Covent
Garden, Jewel is the ideal backdrop
for an event. Four unique rooms are
set over three floors, with individually
styled spaces to accommodate
events for up to 430 comfortably.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 430
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
29-30 M~idet l~te, lctdct WC2E 71S
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
jewelcoventgarden.co.uk
Covent Garden
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Jewel Piccadilly 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Jewel Piccadilly is an elegant, chic
and sophisticated late-night bar
located in the heart of Piccadilly
Circus. With five lavishly different
rooms and capacity for up to 750
guests, it is a glitzy and glam venue.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 750
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
4-6 G|~sshcuse S|tee|,
lctdct W1B 5DO
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
jewelpiccadilly.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
The Langley 5M
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
The Langley has a cool, retro style,
and is nestled among the streets
of Covent Garden. It has two large
bars and a spacious restaurant,
which can hold up to 500 people,
furnished with eclectic modern
art touches.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 500
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
5 l~tj|ev S|tee|, lctdct WC2H 91A
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
thelangley.co.uk
Covent Garden
The Loop 5J
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and located just off Oxford Street
close to Oxford Circus Tube. This
newly refurbished venue boasts four
uniquely styled rooms, including the
Groovy Wonderland and the sleek
Opal Lounge. With a capacity of
1,065, this venue is sure to provide
the perfect basis for any event.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 1,065
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
19 Detitj S|tee|, lctdct W1S 1AH
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
theloopbar.co.uk
Oxford Circus
The LongAcre 6M
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and located by Leicester Square,
The LongAcre is surrounded by the
buzz of the theatres and shops of
Covent Garden. The LongAcre is
the perfect place for grabbing lunch,
private drinks or corporate parties.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 350
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
1-3 lctj Acte, lctdct WC2E 9lH
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
thelongacre.co.uk
Leicester Square
LVPO 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
LVPO is the ideal venue, providing
a variety of different areas to
reserve for any event. With five bars,
including three private function
rooms, giving a total capacity of
280, there really is something for
everyone in this Soho favourite.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 280
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
50 De~t S|tee|, lctdct W1D 5BO
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
lvpo.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
On Anon 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and located in the heart of Piccadilly,
just a 30-second walk from
Piccadilly Circus Tube. This newly
refurbished venue boasts seven
beautifully designed bars over four
floors and has a capacity of 1,495.
With eight unique spaces to
choose from, it is a perfect setting
for an event.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 1,495
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
lctdct P~vi|ict, Picc~di||v Citcus,
lctdct W1V 9lA
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
onanon.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Opal 7M
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Opal Bar is the perfect day-to-night
venue and can cater for any event
for up to 680 people. Located on
Embankment, this is the perfect
place to relax and enjoy the Thames.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 680
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
Hutjet|ctd Hcuse, Vic|cti~ Etb~tltet|,
lctdct WC2N 6PA
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
opal-bar.co.uk
Embankment
Ruby Blue 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Ruby Blue has the spectacular views
of Leicester Square. With a capacity
of 670 and three distinctively sleek
spaces, this venue will not only
provide the perfect space, but also
the perfect view for any event.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 680
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
leices|et P|~ce, leices|et Squ~te,
lctdct WC2H 7BP
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
rubybluebar.co.uk
Leicester Square
Shadow Lounge 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and one of the most unashamedly
stylish and fashionable venues it has
to offer. Located on Brewer Street,
in the heart of Soho, this venue is
sure to wow any audience with its
sunken dancefloor and fabulous bar
space. It has a capacity of 280.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 280
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
5 Btewet S|tee|, lctdct W1F ORF
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
theshadowlounge.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Strawberry Moons 6K
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
off London’s Regent Street,
Strawberry Moons is the ideal
backdrop for any event. There is
a terrace and three areas set over
two floors, with individually styled
spaces to accommodate events for
up to 550 people.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 550
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
15 Heddct S|tee|, lctdct W1B 4BF
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
strawberrymoonsbar.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Sway 5M
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and just a four-minute walk from
Holborn Tube on Great Queen
Street. With five chic spaces
and a capacity of 920, Sway is
unmistakably the ultimate stylish
venue for an event.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 920
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
61-65 Gte~| Oueet S|tee|,
lctdct WC2B 5BZ
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
swaybar.co.uk
Holborn
Tiger Tiger London 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and situated in the heart of the West
End on Haymarket. Perfect for any
corporate event, this venue provides
five individually themed areas with
a capacity of 1,800 people. The
unique style, mixing retro with
glamour, means any event will be the
ultimate success.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 1,620
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
29 H~vt~tle|, lctdct SW1Y 4SP
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
tigertiger-london.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Verve 6M
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Verve is a Covent Garden hotspot
where events can be created
around the contemporary design
of each area. It has unique rooms,
set over two floors, designed to
accommodate events for up to
450 people.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 450
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
1 Uppet S| M~t|it's l~te,
lctdct WC2H 9NY
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
verve-bar.co.uk
Leicester Square
The Warwick 6K
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
in the heart of the West End. With
a welcoming stylish interior and
atmosphere, and set over two floors,
the classic style of The Warwick
offers flexibility for all kinds of events
up to standing capacity 370.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 370
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
1-3 W~twicl S|tee|, lctdct W1B 5lR
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
thewarwick.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Yates’s 6L
£
In the heart of London’s West
End, Yates’s Leicester Square is
an unrivalled meeting place, easily
accessible from the whole of
London. It is the perfect place to
unwind and enjoy the company of
friends day and night.
Cuisine: Traditional pub
Max group size: 750 (whole venue)

Contact: Darren Earl, General Manager
and Helen Bradshaw, Sales &
Bookings Coordinator
30 leices|et Squ~te, lctdct WC2H 71Z
T: -44 (0)20 7839 7967
F: -44 (0)20 7839 7997
E: v~|es.|eices|etsqu~te«|cwt~tdci|v
pub.cct
yatesinthewestend.com
Leicester Square
Zoo Bar 6L
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Zoo Bar is situated in the heart of
Leicester Square, an ideal central
location. Split over two floors with
three rooms and four bars, this
venue is ideal for any style of event
for up to 750 people.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 750
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
13-17 Be~t S|tee|, leices|et Squ~te,
lctdct WC2H 7AS
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
zoobar.co.uk
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Abbey
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
Abbey is one of the City’s most
gorgeous venues, with wondrous
interiors and a relaxed atmosphere.
Abbey makes an ideal backdrop
for any corporate or hospitality
event, set over two floors with total
standing capacity of 650.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 650
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
30-33 Mitcties, lctdct EC3N 1DD
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
abbey-bar.co.uk
Aldgate
Agenda 6T
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
this is a firm City favourite, located
in the Minster’s Courtyard. It boasts
a stunning main bar, a funky club,
and a 200-capacity outside terrace,
which is a must during any summer
in the City. Total capacity 620.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 620
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
Mits|et Ccut|, 3 Mitcitj l~te,
lctdct EC3R 7AA
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
agendabar.co.uk
Monument Fenchurch Street
Amber 4S
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and located in the up-and-coming
area of Moorgate. A minute’s walk
from the Tube, this venue has
been newly refurbished with five
brand-new individually themed
spaces. With a capacity of 780, this
venue really does offer something
unique for everyone.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 780
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
Ci|v Pcit|, 1 Rcpet~let S|tee|,
lctdct EC2Y 9UE
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
amber-bar.co.uk
/ Moorgate
Apt 5R
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
Apt is a metro-chic, design-led bar
split over two floors and with three
very distinctive areas (plus fantastic
outside space). Including a funky top
bar and separate club, this venue is
both versatile and fun.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 530
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
A|dett~tv Hcuse, 10-15 Oueet S|tee|,
lctdct EC4N 1TX
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
aptbar.co.uk
Mansion House
Beduin 4Q
££
Beduin is Smithfield’s latest
late-night bar/club/restaurant
catering for late-night party people
out for a good time. With a stylish
décor comprising all the traditions of
a Moroccan souk, Beduin genuinely
feels like no other bar.
Cuisine: Moroccan
Max group size: 250 (whole venue hire)
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Contact: Hysen Fazlijaj, General
Manager and Helen Bradshaw,
Sales & Bookings Coordinator
57-59 Ch~t|ethcuse S|tee|,
lctdct EC1M 6HA
T: -44 (0)20 7336 6484
F: -44 (0)20 7336 6866
E: bcclitjs«beduit-|ctdct.cc.ul
beduin-london.co.uk
/ Farringdon
Kanaloa 5P
£££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and one of the most recent additions
to the family. Located in the heart
of the City on Shoe Lane, this newly
refurbished, sleek venue is sure
to add pizzazz to any event. With
a capacity of 350, the interior is
guaranteed to astonish and amuse
guests with its oasis and fresh
flower theme.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 350
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
18 lite O||ice Ccut|, Hi|| Hcuse,
Shce l~te, lctdct EC4A 3BO
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
kanaloaclub.com
Chancery Lane
The Livery 5R
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
in the heart of the City’s legendary
Square Mile, this is a chic, modern
bar. With deep leather armchairs
and booth areas, The Livery has
everything a City bar can offer.
Total standing capacity 330.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 330
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
130 Wccd S|tee|, lctdct EC2V 6Dl
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
thelivery.co.uk
St Paul’s
The Minories
££
Situated just five minutes’ walk from
Tower Hill Tube station, by day The
Minories is the perfect location for a
relaxed business luncheon or
a social snack. By night, it
transforms into the perfect venue for
that big party night out.
Cuisine: Traditional pub
Max group size: 140

Contact: Matteo Di Menza,
General Manager
64-73 Mitcties, lctdct EC3N 11l
T: -44 (0)20 7702 1658
E: titcties.|ctdct«|cwt~tdci|vpub.cct
minories-london.co.uk
Tower Hill
The Wall 5T
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate,
The Wall is a Parisian-style venue
with impressive features including
beautiful sun terraces. With cream
and burgundy interiors, wood
furnishings and modern art, The Wall
is both relaxed and stylish, with 425
standing capacity.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 425
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
O|d Btc~d S|tee|, lctdct EC2N 1HU
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
thewallbar.co.uk
/ Liverpool Street
The William Blake 3S
£
The William Blake is a
traditional-style pub, decorated to
a high standard with an attractive
interior and a great ambience. The
venue is large and versatile, serving
great food and drink, and is just
minutes from Old Street
Tube station.
Cuisine: Traditional English
Max group size: 700
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Contact: Aidan Kinsella,
General Manager
174-180 O|d S|tee|, lctdct EC1V 9BP
T: -44 (0)20 7336 8310
E: |hewi||i~tb|~le«|cwt~tdci|vpub.cct
Old Street
Docklands
Canary Wharf Bars 7HH
££
Waterside locations and a
work-meets-leisure bustle means
there’s a great range of great places
to drink in Canary Wharf. The wide
variety of bars range from chic
Champagne bars and traditional
English pubs to continental bars
and cafés lining waterfront areas –
the perfect haven for relaxing. The
eclectic mix promises a great night
out, whatever your taste.
C~t~tv Wh~t|, lctdct E14
T: -44 (0)20 7477 1477
mycanarywharf.com
/DLR Canary Wharf
Fulham/
Earls Court
Fiesta Havana
££
A true Latin-American cocktail
bar in the heart of Fulham, only
two minutes’ walk from Fulham
Broadway Tube station. With a
drinks and food menu that will cater
for everyone’s taste, this is the place
to visit for any occasion.
Cuisine: Cuban
Max group size: 327 capacity
S
Contact: Frank Burden, General
Manager and Helen Bradshaw,
Sales and Bookings Coordinator
490 Fu|h~t Rc~d, lctdct SW6 5NH
T: -44 (0)20 7381 5005
F: -44 (0)20 7381 5891
E: h~v~t~.|u|h~t«|cwt~tdci|vpub.cct
havanafulham.co.uk
Fulham Broadway
George & Dragon 12A
£
The George & Dragon pub is open
daily from 11.00 to 24.00 and is the
perfect place to unwind after a busy
working day. It serves traditional pub
food until 23.00, seven days a week,
plus light bites and a range of salads
and pastas. Plasma screens, gaming
machines and pub games are
available. Special Christmas menu.
Cuisine: Traditional pub
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lbis lctdct E~t|s Ccut|, 47 li||ie Rc~d,
lctdct SW6 1UD
T: -44 (0)20 7610 0880
F: -44 (0)20 7381 0215
ibishotel.com
Earl’s Court
East London/
The City
Abacus 5S
££
Part of Latenightlondon Corporate
and located close to Bank in
the heart of the City. With three
separate spaces split over two floors
and a capacity of 850, this funky
City venue offers the perfect flexible
canvas for any event.
Cuisine: Fusion
Max group size: 850
Contact: Gill Robertson, Sales Executive
24 Cctthi||, lctdct EC3V 3ND
T: -44 (0)870 777 7080
E: ji||i~t.tcbet|sct«|~|etijh||ctdct.cc.ul
abacusbar.co.uk
Bank
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Entertainment
& Leisure
Theatres, concert halls, nightclubs, spas, sports venues and cinemas
– London has plenty to keep your clients entertained. Here are some
of the highlights, with details of ticket agencies that can get you the
best seats in the house
BFI Southbank 7N
There’s more to discover about film
and television through the BFI. The
world-renowned archives, cinemas,
festivals, films, publications and
learning resources are there to
inspire you.
Groups: 10+ receive 50p off per ticket
Be|vedete Rc~d, Scu|h B~tl
lctdct SE1 8XT
T: -44 (0)20 7928 3232
E: bcx.c||ice«b|i.ctj.ul
bfi.org.uk
Waterloo/Embankment
Cambridge Theatre 5M
If your clients are celebrating
a special occasion, a VIP
Experience will give them the thrill
of a spectacular show coupled
with the grandeur of being spoilt
by luxurious hospitality. With other
unique offerings such as canapé
royal boxes, the Cambridge Theatre
will always make your clients feel
centre-stage.
E~t|h~t S|tee|, Sevet Di~|s,
lctdct WC2 9HH
T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/cambridge-theatre
Leicester Square
Earls Court 11B
& Olympia Ltd
In the heart of West London, Earls
Court and Olympia host a wide
range of exhibitions, concerts and
special events every year, including
the Ideal Home Show and the
London International Horse Show.
W~twicl Rc~d, lctdct SW5 9TA
T: -44 (0)20 7385 1200
F: -44 (0)20 7370 8090
E: it|c«ecc.cc.ul
eco.co.uk
Earl’s Court/West Brompton for Earls Court
/Kensington Olympia for Olympia
ExCeL London 6PP
Situated in a stunning waterfront
location close to Canary Wharf and
London City Airport, ExCeL London
offers 100,000 square metres
of flexible conference, exhibition,
meeting and event space. There are
also five on-site hotels and
a variety of bars, restaurants and
convenience stores. There are many
events, shows and exhibitions open
to the public throughout the year –
see the website to check what’s on.
Contact: Keith Clifford,
Marketing Manager
1 Wes|ett G~|ew~v,
Rcv~| Vic|cti~ Dccl, lctdct E16 1Xl
T: -44 (0)20 7069 4000
F: -44 (0)20 7069 4747
E: s~|es.etquities«exce|-|ctdct.cc.ul
excel-london.co.uk
DLR Custom House for ExCeL
Gielgud Theatre 6L
The Gielgud Theatre is part of
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh and
operates seven theatres in London’s
West End.
Contact: Colin Brooksbank
33 Sh~||esbutv Avetue,
lctdct W1D 6AR
T: -44 (0)870 890 1105
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Hackney Empire Theatre
The Hackney Empire is becoming
the capital’s major independent
venue. Dedicated to providing the
widest range of popular culture,
it brings prestigious companies from
around the country and the world to
its stage. Seasons include the best
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Theatres/
Concert halls/
Venues
Adelphi Theatre 6M
In-depth experience both with past
events and resident productions
ensures that clients’ needs are
always surpassed. VIP Experiences
in luxurious private suites are
available, along with other unique
offerings such as the original
canapé royal boxes. The Adelphi
Theatre will always make your
clients feel centre-stage.
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lctdct, WC2R 0NS
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T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
F: -44 (0)20 7379 4982
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/adelphi-theatre
/ Charing Cross
Apollo Victoria Theatre 9K
The Apollo Victoria Theatre, situated
near Victoria station, was designed
in 1930 in striking art deco style.
The hit musical WlCKED continues
to enchant audiences from all over
the world.
Contact: Adam Caddy,
Theatre Administrator
Apc||c Vic|cti~ The~|te, Wi||ct Rc~d,
lctdct SW1V 1lG
T: -44 (0)20 7834 6318
E: ~d~t.c~ddv«|ivet~|ict.cc.ul
apollovictoria.co.uk
/ Victoria
Barbican 4R
Europe’s largest arts centre. Contact
the box office for all information
about events and how to get there,
as well as for details of special
group rates. Includes Barbican Hall,
Barbican Theatre, The Pit, cinemas
and Barbican Gallery. Open all year
for concerts, plays, exhibitions,
festivals, films, special seasons
and free events. Foyers open all
day for food and drink. Plus cafés,
bars, restaurants, conservatory and
waterside terrace.
B~tbic~t Cet|te, Si|l S|tee|,
lctdct EC2Y 8DS
T: -44 (0)20 7638 8891
F: -44 (0)20 7382 7270
E: |icle|s«b~tbic~t.ctj.ul
barbican.org.uk
/ Moorgate Barbican
Where possible, map references
are included to the right of the
venue title. See page 108 for a map
of London.
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of British drama, as well as some
wonderful concerts, opera and
ballet productions.
Contact: Colin Hilton,
Head of Marketing
291 M~te S|tee|, lctdct E8 1E1
T: -44 (0)20 8510 4500
F: -44 (0)20 8510 4530
E: it|c«h~cltevetpite.cc.ul
hackneyempire.co.uk
Hackney Central
Her Majesty’s Theatre 7L
If your clients are celebrating
a special occasion, a VIP
Experience will give them the thrill
of a spectacular show coupled
with the grandeur of being spoilt
by luxurious hospitality. With other
unique offerings such as canapé
royal boxes, Her Majesty’s Theatre
will always make your clients feel
centre-stage.
H~vt~tle|, lctdct SW1Y 4Ol
T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/her-majestys-theatre
Piccadilly Circus
Kings Place 1M
Kings Place is London’s newest
creative centre presenting music,
painting and sculpture from
around the world, with a waterside
restaurant, bar/café, conference
and events centre. Experience
classical, contemporary, jazz, blues,
folk, spoken word and comedy at
London’s newest arts centre.
Open: Daily – closed bank holidays
Entry: Kings Place is a public building
and free to enter. Concert tickets are
available from £9.50 online for all events
Group: Buy 10 or more tickets and save
20%. Group discounts are only available
at the box office: -44 (0)20 7520 1490
Contact: Mike Green,
Marketing Manager
Kitjs P|~ce, 90 Yctl W~v, lctdct N1 9AG
T: -44 (0)20 7520 1490
F: -44 (0)20 7520 1489
E: it|c«litjsp|~ce.cc.ul
E: tich~e|.jteet«litjsp|~ce.cc.ul
kingsplace.co.uk
/ King’s Cross St Pancras
London Palladium 5K
Theatre
If your clients are celebrating a
special occasion, a VIP Experience
will give them the thrill of
a spectacular show coupled with
the grandeur of being spoilt by
luxurious hospitality. With other
unique offerings such as canapé
royal boxes, the London Palladium
Theatre will always make your
clients feel centre-stage.
lctdct P~||~diut The~|te
8 Atjv|| S|tee|, lctdct W1F 7TF
T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/london-palladium
Oxford Circus
National Theatre 7N
The National Theatre incorporates
three theatres offering a wide
range of productions – classical
drama, modern plays, comedies
and musicals. It also features a
selection of bars and restaurants,
a bookshop, free foyer exhibitions
and music, backstage tours, platform
performances, riverside terraces
and parking.
Contact: Kate Larkin,
Marketing Assistant
Scu|h B~tl, lctdct SE1 9PX
T: -44 (0)20 7452 3400 - it|ctt~|ict
F: -44 (0)20 7452 3535
E: t~tle|itj«t~|ict~||he~|te.ctj.ul
nationaltheatre.org.uk
/ Waterloo Embankment
New London Theatre 5M
If your clients are celebrating a
special occasion, a VIP Experience
will give them the thrill of a
spectacular show coupled with the
grandeur of being spoilt by luxurious
hospitality. With other unique
offerings such as canapé royal
boxes, the New London Theatre
will always make your clients feel
centre-stage.
Dtutv l~te, lctdct WC2B 5PW
T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/new-london-theatre
Holborn
Noël Coward Theatre 6M
The Noël Coward Theatre is part
of Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh
and operates seven theatres in
London’s West End.
Group: For group bookings of 8+, please
contact the Groups Department on
-44 (0)844 482 5100
Contact: Peter Faldon, Theatre Manager
S| M~t|it's l~te, lctdct WC2N 4AU
T: -44 (0)844 482 5141
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
/ Charing Cross
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Novello Theatre 6N
The Novello Theatre is part of
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh and
operates seven theatres in London’s
West End.
Group: For group bookings of 8+, please
contact the Groups Department on
-44 (0)844 482 5100
Contact: Gloria Lewis, Theatre Manager
A|dwvch, lctdct WC2B 4lD
T: -44 (0)844 482 5170
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
/ Charing Cross
Covent Garden/Temple
Palace Theatre 6L
If your clients are celebrating a
special occasion, a VIP Experience
will give them the thrill of a
spectacular show coupled with
the grandeur of being spoilt by
luxurious hospitality. With other
unique offerings such as canapé
royal boxes, the Palace Theatre
will always make your clients feel
centre-stage.
Sh~||esbutv Avetue, lctdct W1D 5AY
T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/palace-theatre
Leicester Square
Prince Edward Theatre 5L
The Prince Edward Theatre is part
of Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh and
operates seven theatres in London’s
West End.
Group: For group bookings, call the
Groups Department on
-44 (0)844 482 5100
Contact: Graham Bradbury,
General Manager
30 O|d Cctp|ct S|tee|,
lctdct W1D 4HS
T: -44 (0) 844 482 5151
F: -44 (0)20 7287 5482
E: pe|bcx«de||ct|-t~clit|csh.cct
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus
/Tottenham Court Road
Prince of 6L
Wales Theatre
The nearest London has to a
Broadway vaudeville venue. The
Prince of Wales Theatre is part
of Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh and
operates seven theatres in London’s
West End.
Contact: Graham Sykes,
General Manager
31 Ccvet|tv S|tee|, lctdct W1D 6AS
T: -44 (0)20 7766 2100
F: -44 (0)20 7766 2149
E: pcwt~t~jets«de|t~cl.cc.ul
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus
Queen’s Theatre 6L
The Queen’s Theatre is part of
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh and
operates seven theatres in London’s
West End. les Miset~b|es continues
to play to great acclaim at the
Queen’s Theatre.
Group: For group bookings, please
contact the Groups Department on
-44 (0)844 482 5100
Contact: Nick Shaw, Theatre Manager
Oueets The~|te, Sh~||esbutv Avetue,
lctdct W1D 6BA
T: -44 (0)844 482 5160
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
Rich Mix
Rich Mix is a cross-cultural arts
venue located in Shoreditch, East
London, which aims to showcase
artistic works from BAME (Black,
Asian, Minority Ethnic) artists, and
reflect the diversity of East London
through a carefully selected, eclectic
range of theatre, music, dance, visual
arts and cinema programmes. It’s a
welcoming, cutting-edge, engaging
gateway to arts and world cultures.
Group: 10+ every 11th ticket is free
35-47 Be|ht~| Gteet Rc~d,
lctdct E1 6lA
T: -44 (0)20 7613 7498
F: -44 (0)20 7613 7499
E: it|c«tichtix.ctj.ul
richmix.org.uk
/ Liverpool Street
Old Street/Bethnal Green/Aldgate East
Shoreditch High Street
Royal Albert Hall 8E
World-famous, international
live entertainment venue offering
visitors a wide variety of events –
classical, jazz, world music, rock and
pop, tennis, banquets, conferences
and awards. During the day, it offers
tours and a shop, the Café Consort
with free lunchtime music on Fridays
and an exhibition series. Access and
facilities are available for
disabled patrons.
Contact: Jessica Silvester,
Marketing Manager
Ketsitj|ct Gcte, lctdct SW7 2AP
T: -44 (0)20 7589 3203·8212
F: -44 (0)20 7823 7725
E: s~|es«tcv~|~|bet|h~||.cct
royalalberthall.com
South Kensington
/High Street Kensington
Royal Opera House 5M
The Royal Opera House in Covent
Garden is one of the most famous
opera houses in the world. The
world-class Royal Ballet and Royal
Opera companies offer a wide range
of performances from new works
to classic productions as well as
various free events and fascinating
backstage tours. The building and its
restaurants are open daily.
Group: Up to 40% off group sales.
Please call -44 (0)20 7304 4002
Ccvet| G~tdet, lctdct WC2E 9DD
T: -44 (0)20 7304 4000 - Bcx O||ice
F: -44 (0)20 7212 9460 - Bcx O||ice
E: ct|itebcclitj«tch.ctj.ul
roh.org.uk
Covent Garden
Sadler’s Wells 2P
Sadler’s Wells is the world’s number
one venue dedicated to international
dance – presenting dance in
all forms from contemporary to
flamenco, ballet to hip hop and more.
Contact: Kingsley Jayasekera,
Marketing Director
Rcsebetv Avetue, lctdct EC1R 4TN
T: -44 (0)844 412 4300
F: -44 (0)20 7863 8199
sadlerswells.com
Angel
86 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
Shakespeare’s Globe 6R
Theatre
From April to October each year,
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre
presents a summer season of plays
in this unique space on Bankside.
As well as plays by Shakespeare,
each year at least two new plays
cement the Globe’s commitment to
new writing.
Contact: Kate Walker,
Marketing Manager
New G|cbe W~|l, B~tlside,
lctdct SE1 9DT
T: -44 (0)20 7401 9919
F: -44 (0)20 7902 1401
E: it|c«sh~lespe~tesj|cbe.cct
shakespeares-globe.org
/ London Bridge Southwark
Southbank Centre 7N
(Including Royal Festival
Hall, The Hayward,
Queen Elizabeth Hall
and Purcell Room)
Located by the River Thames,
with sweeping views of the capital
from the London Eye to St Paul’s
Cathedral, Southbank Centre is
a unique metropolitan arts centre,
with 21 acres of creative space and
an extraordinary history. The three
iconic buildings – the Royal Festival
Hall, the Queen Elizabeth Hall and
The Hayward – stand at the heart
of the site.
Be|vedete Rc~d, lctdct SE1 8XX
T: -44 (0)871 663 2500
F: -44 (0)871 663 2594
southbankcentre.co.uk
/ Waterloo Embankment
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane 5M
If your clients are celebrating
a special occasion, a VIP
Experience will give them the thrill
of a spectacular show coupled
with the grandeur of being spoilt
by luxurious hospitality. With other
unique offerings such as canapé
royal boxes, the Theatre Royal, Drury
Lane will always make your clients
feel centre-stage.
Dtutv l~te, lctdct WC2B 5PW
T: -44 (0)20 7379 4981
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres
/theatre-royal-drury-lane
Covent Garden
Wyndham’s Theatre 6L
Wyndham’s Theatre is part of
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres.
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres is
owned by Cameron Mackintosh and
operates seven theatres in London’s
West End.
Contact: Emma Whelan,
House Manager
Ch~titj Ctcss Rc~d, lctdct WC2H 0DA
T: -44 (0)20 7369 1736
delfontmackintosh.co.uk
/ Charing Cross
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
/Piccadilly Circus
Orchestras/
Theatre
companies &
productions/
Music & dance

companies
Billy Elliot The Musical 9K
Based on the smash-hit film,
and now a global sensation with
productions on Broadway and
in Australia, Bi||v E||ic| is the
inspirational story of one boy’s
dream to realise his ambitions
against the odds. An astonishing
theatrical experience that will stay
with you forever.
Group: Discounts available for Mon-Fri
performances plus Sat mat for groups
of 10+. Call Groupline on:
-44 (0)20 7580 6793
Vic|cti~ P~|~ce The~|te, Vic|cti~ S|tee|,
lctdct SW1E 5EA
T: -44 (0)20 7834 1317
billyelliotthemusical.com
/ Victoria
City Academy
Performing arts courses for
everyone, including dance, singing,
acting, musical theatre and comedy
courses at some of London’s most
prestigious venues, such as Sadler’s
Wells, Dominion Theatre and
Soho Theatre.
Group: Up to 30% off group sales
Contact: Michael Ward,
Marketing Director
Ci|v Ac~detv, 35 Bti|~tti~ Rcw,
lctdct N1 8OH
T: -44 (0)20 7704 3717
E: it|c«ci|v-~c~detv.cct
E: tile«ci|v-~c~detv.cct
city-academy.com
Dirty Dancing – The 5N
Classic Story On Stage
Dit|v D~tcitj - The C|~ssic S|ctv
Ot S|~je is an unprecedented
live experience, exploding with
heart-pounding music, passionate
romance and sensationally sexy
dancing. Don’t miss your chance to
see this truly spectacular musical
theatre event. You’ll have the time of
your life.
Group: Discounts available for groups
of 6+
49 A|dwvch lctdct WC2B 4DF
T: -44 (0)844 847 2330
dirtydancinglondon.com
/ Charing Cross
English National Ballet
English National Ballet is one of the
world’s greatest ballet companies. It
is renowned for its outstanding and
spectacular productions regularly
performed at the London Coliseum,
Royal Albert Hall and in all the major
theatres in the UK and abroad.
Group: Discounts available. Please visit
the website for details
Contact: Paola Pozzi (Groups & Tourism)
M~tlcv~ Hcuse, lctdct SW7 2ES
T: -44 (0)20 7581 1245
E: jtcups«b~||e|.ctj.ul
ballet.org.uk
Jersey Boys The Musical 5L
Winner of 28 major awards
worldwide, this internationally
acclaimed hit musical tells the
remarkable rise to stardom of one
of the most successful bands in
pop history. Featuring hits including
Bejjit', C~t'| T~le Mv Eves O|| Ycu
and Oh Wh~| A Nijh|.
Group: Discounts available for Tue-Fri
performances plus Sun mat for groups of
10+ and 40+
Contact: Delfont Mackintosh Groups
-44 (0)20 7766 2108
Ptitce Edw~td The~|te, O|d Cctp|ct
S|tee|, lctdct W1D 4HS
T: -44 (0)20 7812 7498
jerseyboyslondon.com
Leicester Square
London Symphony 4R
Orchestra
The London Symphony Orchestra
is Britain’s finest orchestra and
is widely regarded to be one of
the world’s leading orchestras.
Performing more than 70 concerts
a year with outstanding international
conductors and soloists, the LSO is
resident at the Barbican Centre.
Contact: Tomoyo Miyakawa, Marketing
Manager (New Audiences)
B~tbic~t Cet|te, lctdct EC2Y 8DS
T: -44 (0)20 7588 1116
F: -44 (0)20 7374 0127
E: ~dtit«|sc.cc.ul
lso.co.uk
/ Moorgate Barbican
made
A Tourism Marketing,
Representation and PR company
whose client base includes
private sector companies in the
entertainment, arts and sports
industries. An event organiser,
specialising in the production of
high-profile promotional events,
made also organises travel
itineraries for individuals and groups.
27 New|ct S|tee|, lctdct WC2B 5El
T: -44 (0)20 7831 8106
F: -44 (0)20 7681 4380
E: jct~|h~t«t~de2010.cct
made2010.com
Holborn
The Really Useful
Group Theatres
Owner of seven top theatres in
London’s West End, the hospitality
department offers VIP Services
(exclusive hospitality packages,
backstage tours, in-house
restaurants and conference
venue hire).
Contact: Mark Pacheco,
Hospitality Manager
22 Tcwet S|tee|, lctdct WC2H 9TW
T: -44 (0)20 7240 0880
F: -44 (0)20 7240 1292
E: hcspi|~|i|v«te~||vuse|u|.cc.ul
reallyuseful.com/theatres/hospitality
Royal Shakespeare
Company
The RSC is among the world’s
foremost classical theatre
companies, performing the
works of Shakespeare and his
contemporaries, as well as the
work of modern authors. The RSC
performs regularly in a number
of venues in London. For further
information, check the website or
call the Box Office on -44 (0)844
800 1110. Group rates apply.
Pre and post-show events available.
Contact: Box Office
W~|etside, S|t~||ctd-Upct-Avct,
W~twiclshite CV37 6BB
T: -44 (0)844 800 1110
E: |icle|queties«tsc.ctj.ul
rsc.org.uk
Society of London
Theatre (SOLT)
The trade association representing
producers, owners and managers
of London’s major commercial
and grant-aided theatres. SOLT
encourages and promotes
theatre-going to the domestic,
overseas, group and corporate
markets through a variety of
promotions, events and publications.
Contact: Emma De Souza,
Development Manager
32 Rcse S|tee|, lctdct WC2E 9ET
T: -44 (0)20 7557 6700
F: -44 (0)20 7557 6799
E: etquities«sc|||t~.cc.ul
officiallondontheatre.co.uk
Stomp 5L
If you have never experienced
S|ctp, then this is your chance to
see why this breathtaking show
thrills audiences around the world.
S|ctp is a unique combination
of theatre, dance, comedy and
percussion; eight performances
use boot, bins, brooms and
everything including the kitchen
sink to create “pure stage magic”
(The Sutd~v Te|ejt~ph).
Atb~ss~dcts The~|te, Wes| S|tee|,
lctdct WC2
T: -44 (0)20 7395 5405
stomplondon.com
/ Charing Cross Leicester Square
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Whatsonstage.com
Whatsonstage.com is the UK's
leading theatre website, with
nationwide listings, unrivalled news,
reviews, interviews, gossip, photos,
videos, ticket offers and lively
discussion boards. The Theatre Club
provides a magazine, free tickets,
advance booking on exclusive
theatre-goer events and lots more.
Contact: Terri Paddock, Editorial Director
5|h F|cct, P~|~ce The~|te,
109-113 Sh~||esbutv Avetue,
lctdct W1V 5AY
T: -44 (0)7317 9100
E: edi|cti~|«wh~|scts|~je.cct
whatsonstage.com
WICKED 9K
Based on the acclaimed novel by
Gregory Maguire, the hit musical
WlCKED tells the incredible untold
story of the Witches of Oz and how
one came to be called ‘good’ and
the other ‘wicked’. WlCKED plays at
the Apollo Victoria Theatre, London.
For Travel Trade enquiries please
contact made Tourism Marketing
(see listing, left).
Contact: Jonathan Mountford
t~de, 27 New|ct S|tee|,
lctdct WC2B 5El
T: -44 (0)20 7831 8106
M: -44 (0)7709 585 581
F: -44 (0)20 7681 4380
E: jct~|h~t«t~de2010.cct
T: - 44 (0)20 7432 2334
F: -44 (0)20 7287 4252
E: jch~t«etccte|ix.cc.ul
wickedthemusical.co.uk
/Victoria
Theatrical
producers
Cameron
Mackintosh Ltd
A world-leader in musical theatre, its
record-breaking productions, such
as les Miset~b|es, The Ph~t|ct c|
|he Opet~ and O|ivet! provide the
perfect high point to any visit
to London.
Contact: David Dolman, Head of Sales
& Marketing
1-2 Bed|ctd Squ~te, lctdct WC1B 3RB
T: -44 (0)7637 8866
F: -44 (0)7436 2684
E: it|c«c~t~cl.cc.ul
cameronmackintosh.com
Ticket
agencies
Ambassador Tickets
Ambassador Tickets is the ticketing
arm of the Ambassador Theatre
Group, the largest theatre owner in
the West End and one of the largest
country-wide. Ambassador Tickets
offer the best seats, service and
prices for all West End shows.
Contact: Jane McKay, Travel
Trade Manager
24 Ne~| S|tee|, lctdct WC2H 9OW
T: -44 (0)20 7845 5543
F: -44 (0)20 7845 5549
ambassadortickets.com
Applause
London’s longest-established
trade ticket agency offers an
increasing portfolio of experiences
to enhance visits to London and
beyond. From the excitement of
H~itspt~v, We Wi|| Rccl Ycu and
all London theatre, to RHS flower
shows, Houses of Parliament
Summer Opening, Premiership
football, sporting events, consumer
shows and museum exhibitions,
we offer something for everybody.
With dedicated teams for travel
trade, groups and coach operators,
Applause have the ticketing experts
to assist with any booking.
Contact: Ian Dulson, Sales Manager
39 Mcte|~td S|tee|, lctdct EC1V 8BB
T: -44 (0)870 247 1212
F: -44 (0)20 7014 8451
E: |t~ve|¸|t~de«~pp|~useul.cct
ammuk.com
Encore Tickets
Encore Tickets is the travel industry
specialist and market leader.
We can accommodate all your
theatre, restaurant and attractions
requirements for FITs or groups,
adults, students or young people.
Tickets can be purchased at net
and commissionable prices over the
phone or via myencore.co.uk, our
trade-only online booking system.
Group: Discounts available for most
shows/attractions
Contact: Johan Oosterveld,
Director of Sales
Gtcutd F|cct, 50-51 Bed|ctd Rcw,
lctdct WC1R 4lR
T: -44 (0)20 7492 1500
F: -44 (0)20 7831 4410
E: s~|es«etccte|icle|s.cc.ul
encoretickets.co.uk
Group Line
Brought to you by Group Line,
the multi-award-winning London
theatre ticket agency, lovetheatre.
travel has been designed to provide
travel trade customers with an online
ticketing solution to help reduce
transaction times, while maximising
the opportunity for profit. Offering
a 24-hour service, 365 days of the
year, for the travel trade to book all
West End shows, lovetheatre.travel
has proved to be a real success. To
receive your free online password
and start using the website straight
away, call -44 (0)20 7907 7057.
Contact: Gavin Davies, Travel Trade
lcve The~|te Tt~ve|, 22-24 Tcttitj|ct
P|~ce, lctdct WC1E 7H1
T: -44 (0)20 7907 7057
F: -44 (0)20 7436 6287
E: it|c«|cve|he~|te.|t~ve|
groupline.com
See Tickets
Part of London’s largest theatre-
owning group, See Tickets offers
FITs services to the travel trade.
Additional services include
backstage tours, VIP services via a
partnership with Keith Prowse Ltd,
theatre hire, and comprehensive
group and student services.
Contact: Adele Godden, Sales Manager
M~tct Hcuse, 21 Schc Squ~te,
lctdct W1D 3OP
T: -44 (0)20 7087 7940
F: -44 (0)20 7087 7776
seetickets.com
tkts
tkts sells half-price and discounted
tickets for a wide range of West
End shows on the day of the
performance and up to seven days
in advance. Run by the Society
of London Theatre, it is London’s
original and official half-price ticket
booth in Leicester Square and
offers a reliable service and genuine
bargains to individual visitors
to London.
Contact: Helen Jones,
Marketing Manager
C|ccl|cwet Bui|ditj, Scu|h side c|
leices|et Squ~te, lctdct WC2H 7DE
T: -44 (0)20 7902 1401
F: -44 (0)20 7557 6784
E: etquities«sc|||t~.cc.ul
tkts.co.uk
West End Theatre
Bookings
West End Theatre Bookings is one
of London’s fastest-growing ticket
agencies. Established in 1987, the
company has grown based on
a first-class reputation for service.
West End Theatre Bookings
operates the website uktickets.
co.uk, at the forefront of online
technology, that is backed up by
a dedicated call centre of theatre
specialists. For on-the-day sales, the
company operates three discount
ticket outlets, two within Leicester
Square Tube station in the heart
of Theatreland.
Group: Attractive group discounts
available on most shows. Call for details
Contact: Sandra Jenkins,
Operations Director
Wes| Etd The~|te Bcclitjs, P~tl|~tds,
Gui|d|ctd GU2 91X
T: -44 (0)1483 238 350
F: -44 (0)1483 237 394
E: s~tdt~«ul|icle|s.cc.ul
uktickets.co.uk
Leicester Square
Entertainment
& events
BFI London 7P
IMAX Cinema
Take your seat at the BFI London
IMAX Cinema for an experience
your senses will never forget.
Screens both IMAX 3D and
2D films, as well as the latest
blockbuster releases, on the UK’s
biggest cinema screen. Choose from
titles such as Wi|d S~|~ti, H~ut|ed
C~s||e 3D and the animated
adventure Cvbetwct|d 3D. Adults
£7.90, children £4.95. Open daily,
phone for screening times. Closed
25 & 26 Dec.
Group: 10, discounts available.
Must pre-book
Contact: David West
1 Ch~t|ie Ch~p|it W~|l, lctdct SE1 8XR
T: -44 (0)870 787 2525
E: d~vid.wes|«b|i.ctj.ul
bfi.org.uk/imax
/ Waterloo
88 vi si t l ondon. com/ t r ade
English Heritage Picnic
Concerts – Jun-Aug 2011
What better way to spend a long
summer’s evening than listening to
world-class live music in beautiful
surroundings? The English Heritage
Picnic Concerts take place from
June to August every year in the
idyllic grounds of two of England’s
finest stately homes: Kenwood
House, Hampstead, and Audley
End, Saffron Walden.
Contact: Tomas Lane,
Marketing Coordinator
T: -44 (0)844 412 2706
See Ticle|s Bcx O||ice
T: -44 (0)844 847 1637
Ticle|t~s|et Bcx O||ice
E: cctcet|s«itjwct|d.cct
picnicconcerts.com
Hampton Court Palace
Festival – July 2011
Hampton Court Palace Festival has
grown into one of the UK’s most
exciting music events. In a setting
like no other, the historic Palace
courtyard plays host to an eclectic
mix of concerts featuring some of
the biggest names from the world
of music.
Contact: Rebecca Salway,
Marketing Assistant
H~tp|ct Ccut|, KT8 9AU
T: -44 (0)844 811 0050
(See Ticle|s Bcx O||ice
T: -44 (0)844 847 1638)
(Ticle|t~s|et Bcx O||ice
E: cctcet|s«itjwct|d.cct)
hamptoncourtfestival.com
indigO
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7LL
indigO
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is the hidden gem within
The O
2
– the smaller entertainment
venue next to the arena under The
O
2
roof. With a flexible capacity
of 2,400, indigO
2
is the perfect
venue for any live music, comedy,
club night, TV recording or corporate
event. indigO
2
has played host to
a number of exclusive music events,
from the Shockwaves NME Awards
to the ITV2 Live at indigO
2
series,
which saw performances from such
illustrious artists as Paul Weller,
N*E*R*D, The Fratellis and
The Feeling.
Contact: Lorna Ashcroft
itdijO
2
, The O
2
, Petitsu|~ Squ~te,
lctdct SE10 0DX
T: -44 (0)20 8463 2146
E: |ctt~.~shctc||«|heitdijc2.cc.ul
theo2.co.uk
North Greenwich
RIVER North Greenwich Pier
London Jewellery Week
London’s city-wide celebration
of jewellery includes collection
launches, fashion shows,
receptions, seminars, workshops,
parties and more. From high-end
luxury jewels to quirky, one-of-a-
kind statement pieces, you can see
all the latest jewellery trends and
fashions. Plus fantastic discounts,
competitions and special offers.
Events take place at locations
across London.
E: it|c«|ctdctjewe||etvweel.cc.ul
londonjewelleryweek.co.uk
Natural History 9E
Museum Ice Rink –
Nov 2010-Jan 2011
Embrace winter at the Natural
History Museum Ice Rink, the
most popular outdoor rink in the
country. Set within the Museum
gardens and surrounded by 76,000
lights in the nearby trees, this is a
truly magical way to spend a crisp
winter’s day or evening. Whether
a seasoned professional or a first
time skater, it is the perfect place
to take family, friends, workmates
or a date.
Contact: Tomas Lane,
Marketing Coordinator
T: -44 (0)844 847 1576
Ticle|t~s|et Bcx O||ice
E: sl~|itj«itjwct|d.cct
nhmskating.com
The O
2
7LL
A world-class entertainment
venue under one iconic and
impressive roof. The O
2
is home
to indigO
2
, a state-of-the-art live
music club; an 11 screen multiplex
cinema; an interactive museum of
popular music, the British Music
Experience; Entertainment Avenue,
an entire street of more than 20
popular bars, restaurants and leisure
attractions; and most breathtaking
of all – The O
2
arena. The O
2
arena
plays host to the most sought-after
names in rock, pop and classical
music, as well as staging must-see
sporting events, including events
for the 2012 Olympics, theatrical
productions and shows for all
the family.
Contact: Customer Services
The O
2
, Petitsu|~ Squ~te, SE10 0DX
T: -44 (0)20 8463 2000
E: cus|ctetsetvices«|hec2.cc.ul
theo2.co.uk
North Greenwich
RIVER North Greenwich Pier
Wembley Stadium
The ultimate live event experience
and the world’s most famous iconic
90,000-seat football, sport and
entertainment venue. Wembley
Stadium has a rich and unique
heritage, having staged some of the
most important events in sport and
entertainment history. Home to the
England football team, Wembley
hosts many flagship events
including the FA Cup Final and
Semi-Finals, the Football League
Cup Final and Play-Off Finals, the
RFL Challenge Cup Final and the
FA Community Shield. American
Football, Rugby Union, motor sport
and world-renowned concerts
by some of the biggest names in
music also feature in Wembley’s
busy events calendar.
Wetb|ev S|~diut, Wetb|ev HA9 OWS
T: -44 (0)844 980 0038
wembleystadium.com
Wembley Park Wembley Stadium
/ Wembley Central
Sport
The Challenge Cup Final
The Challenge Cup Final is the
oldest and most renowned Rugby
League competition, played out in
front of 90,000 fans in the majestic
surroundings of Wembley Stadium.
It’s the traditional Rugby League
day out and an event that feels like
no other, creating memories that
last forever.
Group: The earlier bookings receive the
best ticket deals. Call to book
The RFl, Red H~||, Red H~|| l~te,
leeds lS17 8NB
T: -44 (0)844 856 1113
thechallengecup.com
Wembley Park
Chelsea Football Club
Better known for its expertise on
the field, Stamford Bridge also
leads the way off it, providing year-
round entertainment. With a host of
restaurants and bars, a hotel, health
club and spa, plus daily stadium
tours, there’s always something
going on.
S|~t|ctd Btidje, Fu|h~t Rc~d,
lctdct SW6 1HS
T: -44 (0)871 984 1955 (UK ct|v)
T: -44 (0)20 7386 9373 (cvetse~s)
chelseafc.com
Fulham Broadway
Crystal Palace National
Sports Centre
Recently refurbished and steeped
in a rich sporting history, this iconic
sporting venue has played host
to some of the world’s greatest
athletes. As a visitor, you will be able
to swim in London’s finest 50m
Olympic-size swimming pool, run
around the world-famous athletics
track just like Usain Bolt, work out
alongside elite athletes in the new
gym and play a range of racquet
sports, including tennis, badminton
and squash. Pay and play or day
rates available.
Contact: Hamish Cherrett,
Operations Service Manager
Ctvs|~| P~|~ce N~|ict~| Spct|s Cet|te,
ledtitj|ct Rc~d, lctdct SE19 2BB
T: -44 (0)20 8778 0131
E: h~tish.chette||«j||.ctj
E: ctvs|~|p~|~cet~|ict~|spct|scet|te
«j||.ctj
gll.org/centre/crystal-palace-national
-sports-centre.asp
Crystal Palace
Epsom Downs Racecourse
Epsom Downs Racecourse is set
in idyllic countryside with superb
views over both the Downs and
the London skyline. There is
a fun-filled fixture list of 15 flat races
including the legendary Investec
Derby Festival, plus racing and
music nights and a Family Funday
in summer. The perfect place for
a day out, making people smile
since 1779.
Group: Offers for groups of over 12.
Prices vary per event, please call for
hospitality packages
Contact: Sales Department
Epsct Dcwts R~ceccutse,
Epsct Dcwts, Suttev KT18 5lO
T: -44 (0)1372 460 460
(hcspi|~|i|v p~cl~jes)
T: -44 (0)844 579 3004
(|icle| bcclitj |ite)
F: -44 (0)1372 748 253
E: epsct.evet|s«|hejcclevc|ub.cc.ul
espomdownsracecourse.co.uk
Epsom/Epsom Downs/Tattenham Corner
Fulham Football Club
Enjoy the drama and excitement of
top-flight football in London with
Fulham FC. Located on the banks
of the River Thames and featuring
the league’s only neutral stand,
Craven Cottage offers the perfect
location to witness the spectacle
and passion of Barclays Premier
League football. Match tickets,
membership packages and much
more are available at fulhamfc.com
Group: Use online group booking form to
save up to 25% on advance purchases
Contact: Ticket Office, open
Mon-Fri 09.00-17.00, and on home
match days from 09.30, closing
times vary
Ct~vet Cc||~je, S|evet~je Rc~d,
lctdct SW6 6HH
T: -44 (0)870 442 1234
(cp|ict 3 |ct Gtcup Bcclitjs ct|v)
F: -44 (020) 7384 4810
E: etquities«|u|h~t|c.cct
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Putney Bridge Putney
London Golf Club
Home to the 2008 and 2009
European Open, it’s the attention to
detail that sets London Golf Club
apart from its competitors. With two
championship courses designed by
the legendary Jack Nicklaus and
his Golden Bear specialists, it’s a
golfing haven set just outside of
central London.
S|~ts|ed l~te, Ash, Ket| TN15 7EH
T: -44 (0)1474 879 899
F: -44 (0)1474 879 912
E: it|c«|ctdctjc||.cc.ul
londongolf.co.uk
Longfield
Queens Ice and Bowl 6C
The ultimate executive playground,
Queens offer an ice-skating rink,
12 lanes of tenpin bowling,
electronic games room and two
huge karaoke rooms. There is also
a bar with TVs for private events.
Group: Special prices for all groups
Contact: Valerie Brooks, Group
Events Manager
Oueetsw~v, lctdct W2
T: -44 (0)20 3170 0886
F: -44 (0)20 7902 1133
E: v~|etie«bcuttec~pi|~|.cct
queensiceandbowl.com
Queensway
Sandown Park Racecourse
For sporting thrills and family fun,
there’s nothing quite like Sandown
Park. With fantastic group offers,
high-quality entertainment both
on and off the track and award-
winning food facilities, its no wonder
nowhere else comes close.
Group: 20% off admission price for
groups of 11 or more people, 2 free
grandstand tickets to the booker of
12 or more people, free coach driver
ticket, 10% off Sandown Summer
Sizzler Packages (entry ticket, £10
food & drink voucher, £10 betting
voucher, racecard)
Pct|stcu|h Rc~d, Eshet, Suttev KT10 9A1
T: -44 (0)1372 464 348
F: -44 (0)1372 470 427
E: s~tdcwt.evet|s«jcclevt~ce
ccutses.cct
sandown.co.uk
Esher
Wembley Stadium
The ultimate live-event experience
and the world’s most famous iconic
90,000-seat football, sport and
entertainment venue. Wembley
Stadium has a rich and unique
heritage, having staged some of the
most important events in sport and
entertainment history. Home to the
England football team, Wembley
hosts many flagship events including
the FA Cup Final and Semi-Finals,
the Football League Cup Final and
Play-Off Finals, the RFL Challenge
Cup Final and the FA Community
Shield. American Football, Rugby
Union, motor sport and world
renowned concerts by some of the
biggest names in music also feature
in Wembley’s busy events calendar.
Wetb|ev S|~diut, Wetb|ev HA9 OWS
T: -44 (0)844 980 0038
wembleystadium.com
Wembley Park/Wembley Stadium
/ Wembley Central
Hobbies
London Jewellery School 4P
One of Europe’s largest jewellery
training centres. Attendees can
learn to make their own jewellery
in one of the fun and creative
workshops. All ages and abilities are
welcome. From beading to resin and
silver to glass, we have something
for everyone.
Group: Possible discounts on group
bookings, please contact us to enquire
Contact: Jessica van Zanten,
School Director
213 H~||ct Squ~te Busitess Cet|te,
16-16~ B~|dwits G~tdets,
lctdct EC1N 7R1
T: -44 (0)20 3176 0546
E: it|c«|ctdctjewe||etvschcc|.cc.ul
londonjewelleryschool.co.uk
Chancery Lane / Farringdon
Chelsea Football Club:
Nightlife
The Party Bus Limited
The Party Bus is the ultimate
nightclub experience. Guests take
a tour of four different nightclubs in
the one night in London, with VIP
fast-track entrance into each venue.
Each Party Bus is decorated and
equipped with a commercial sound
system so the party really gets
going on a tour of some of London’s
top night spots. Tours can also be
tailored for groups and large parties.
Tours run every Saturday or any day
for minimum 20 guests. Price from
£24.95pp (over 18s only). One free
place for every group of 20 or more.
Contact: Denis McCourt
Sui|e F19 Atjc Hcuse, Ki|butt P~tl Rc~d,
lctdct NW6 5lF
T: -44 (0)845 838 5400
F: -44 (0)845 838 5450
E: detis«p~t|vbus.cc.ul
partybus.co.uk
The Penthouse London 6L
The Penthouse, set high above the
heart of London’s bustling West
End, is the perfect place to enjoy
a sumptuous dining experience
with breathtaking views. Then, as
the sun goes down, you can party
the night away in the world-famous
Penthouse nightclub.
Nc. 1 leices|et Squ~te,
lctdct WC2 7NA
T: -44 (0)20 7734 0900
F: -44 (0)20 7734 3337
E: it|c«|hepet|hcuse|ctdct.cct
thepenthouselondon.com
Leicester Square
Ronnie Scott’s 5L
Established in 1959, Ronnie
Scott’s is a world-famous venue
and the home of British jazz. The
club remains a vibrant jazz venue,
with nightly gigs, and also offers a
selection of modern English cuisine.
Contact: Simon Cooke
47 Fti|h S|tee|, lctdct W1D 4HT
T: -44 (0)20 7439 0747
E: tcttiescc||s«tcttiescc||s.cc.ul
ronniescotts.co.uk
Tottenham Court Road
Sound London 6L
Sound London is a bar, restaurant,
nightclub, music venue and events
space on three levels, located in
Leicester Square, the heart of
London’s West End. For group
bookings and reservations contact
Sound London by telephone or visit
the website.
Contact: Sheena Patel
1 leices|et Squ~te, lctdct WC2H 7NA
T: -44 (0)870 863 1010
F: -44 (0)870 863 1111
E: it|c«scutd|ctdct.cct
soundlondon.com
Leicester Square/Piccadilly Circus
Casinos
The Casino at The Empire 6L
Situated on London’s Leicester
Square, The Casino at The Empire
is about Las Vegas-style glamour
and excitement. This entertainment
destination houses three bars, two
restaurants, a boutique bar and
smoking terrace, luxurious events
suite, state-of-the-art gaming
floor, poker room and full
conference facilities.
Group: Various dining & entertainment
packages from 8-1,800 people
Contact: Edward Samuel,
Marketing Manager
5-6 leices|et Squ~te, lctdct
WC2H 7NA
T: -44 (0)20 3014 1012
F: -44 (0)20 3014 1035
E: evet|s«|hec~sitc|sq.cct
thecasinolsq.com
Leicester Square
Relaxation
East River Spa 8JJ
East River Spa is a blissful
urban retreat on the banks of
the Thames by Canary Wharf,
flooded with light and filled with
calm. Reached by a glass-
panelled walkway suspended
above the iconic lobby of the
Radisson Edwardian New
Providence Wharf Hotel, this is
an oasis for individuals in need
of a place to unwind. Like the
hotel itself, East River Spa is all
about the river, and you can watch
the Thames glide by as your
consciousness drifts on one of
the panoramic relaxation room’s
gently warmed Hammam mineral
beds. The spa’s extensive range
of treatments for both men and
women is focused on tangible
results, based on in-depth
profiling of the body’s unique
needs. There are six spacious
treatment rooms with integrated
showers, including one exclusively
for couples, a Moroccan steam
cleansing chamber and a light
and airy fitness room with
state-of-the-art equipment for
cardio or resistance training.
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DLR Canary Wharf
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Located in London’s iconic May
Fair Hotel, the May Fair Spa
epitomises pure indulgence and
tranquillity. Escape the hustle and
bustle of the city and discover
a hidden retreat of relaxation
and well-being. With a huge
selection of treatments, ranging
from facials and massages to
body wraps, this spa is focused
on tangible results, based on
in-depth profiling of the body’s
unique needs. There are five
spacious treatment rooms
with integrated showers, a
Moroccan steam-cleansing
chamber and a fitness room with
state-of-the-art equipment for
cardio or resistance training.
Contact: Stacey Spooner
M~v F~it Sp~, M~v F~it Hc|e|,
S|t~||ct S|tee|, lctdct W11 8lT
T: -44 (0)20 7915 2826
F: -44 (0)20 7629 1459
E: t~v|~itsp~«|het~v|~ithc|e|.cc.ul
mayfairspa.com
Green Park
The Spa at 5M
Chancery Court
Need a little pampering? The Spa
at Chancery Court is the perfect
place. Offering more than 40
holistic treatments, The Spa has
something for everyone, from
massages to body wraps, hand
and foot treatments to facials. The
gold-leafed relaxation room has
comfortable beds around a central
island of fruit and water, for use
before and after treatments. The
Spa is always introducing new
treatments for regular clientele and
has been named ‘Day Spa of the
Year’ at the prestigious British
Beauty Awards.
Contact: Maria Haggo, Spa Manager
Ret~iss~tce lctdct Ch~tcetv Ccut|
Hc|e|, 252 Hijh Hc|bctt, lctdct
WC1V 7EN
T: -44 (0)20 7829 7058
F: -44 (0)20 7829 9889
E: it|c«sp~ch~tcetvccut|.cct
spachancerycourt.co.uk
Holborn
The Club and Spa at 8N
County Hall
Located over the top two floors
of one of London’s prestigious
architectural landmarks the Club
and Spa at County Hall offers
a beautiful setting for relaxation and
fitness. The club boasts fantastic
work out space with state of the art
equipment including Star Trac and
Power Plates and a stunning 25m
heated indoor swimming pool. There
are specially designed treatments,
including pamper days, and express
treatments for those on the go.
Contact: Sunny Judge, Director
of Leisure
lctdct M~ttic|| Hc|e| Ccut|v H~||,
Wes|tits|et Btidje Rc~d,
lctdct SE1 7PB
T: -44 (0)20 7928 4900
F: -44 (0)20 7902 8043
E: thts.|ctch.c|ubs~|es«t~ttic||hc|e|s
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theclubandspaatcountyhall.com
/ Waterloo Westminster
triyoga
Europe’s leading centre for yoga,
Pilates and treatments. With
locations in Primrose Hill, Soho and
Covent Garden, triyoga has more
than 170 classes in many different
styles and for all levels, from
absolute beginners to experienced
practitioners and everyone
in between.
Contact: Rachel Berridge,
Centre Manager
6 Etslite Rc~d, Ptittcse Hi||,
lctdct NW3 3A1
T: -44 (0)20 7483 3344
F: -44 (0)20 7483 3346
E: t~che|«|tivcj~.cc.ul·
it|c«|tivcj~.cc.ul
triyoga.co.uk
Chalk Farm/Oxford Circus
/Covent Garden
Outdoors
Brompton Cemetery 12C
Brompton Cemetery is one of
the finest Victorian metropolitan
cemeteries in the country. Among its
shady walks are more than 35,000
monuments – many of historical
importance. Also a rich variety of
wildlife including birds, butterflies
and squirrels.
Fu|h~t Rc~d, lctdct SW10 9UG
T. -44 (0)20 7352 1201
F. -44 (0)20 7352 1201
E: btctp|ct«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/brompton
West Brompton
Bushy Park
Located to the north of Hampton
Court Palace, Bushy Park’s 445
hectares (1,099 acres) are home to
around 320 deer. Cycling and
horse-riding are permitted, and there
is a children’s playground, public
toilets with disabled access and a
mini-café, open from 10.00 till dusk.
Open: Daily for pedestrians, for vehicles
06.30-dusk (19.00 in winter)
H~tp|ct Ccut| Rc~d, H~tp|ct,
Midd|esex TW12 2E1
T: -44 (0)20 8979 1586
F: -44 (0)20 8941 8196
E: bushv«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/bushy
Hampton Court/Hampton Wick
/Teddington
Green Park 8J
Covering 19 hectares (47 acres),
Green Park is more peaceful than
its neighbour, St James’s Park,
although it was a famous duelling
site until 1667. Refreshment
kiosks are at Ritz Corner and
Canada Gate.
Open: Daily from 05.00-midnight
lctdct SW1
T: -44 (0)20 7930 1793
F: -44 (0)20 7839 7639
E: s|j~tes«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/green
Green Park/Hyde Park Corner
Greenwich Park 12KK
With sweeping views across the
River Thames and central London,
this 74-hectare (183-acre) park
is London’s oldest enclosed
Royal Park and part of Greenwich
World Heritage Site. In summer, a
bandstand plays host to concerts
and the children’s playground
offers entertainment. There are
also three cafés, public toilets with
disabled access, cricket pitches and
tennis courts.
Open: Dawn to dusk
Gteetwich, lctdct SE10 8OY
T: -44 (0)20 8858 2608
F: -44 (0)20 8293 3782
E: jteetwich«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/greenwich
Blackheath/Greenwich/Maze Hill
DLR Cutty Sark North Greenwich
Hyde Park 7F
With 142 hectares (350 acres),
more than 4,000 trees, a lake,
a meadow, rose gardens and horse-
riding, it’s easy to forget you’re in
central London. Play tennis or swim
or boat in Serpentine Lake. There
is also a children’s playground, an
education centre, and four cafés and
restaurants.
Open: Daily from 05.00-midnight
lctdct W2 2UH
T: -44 (0)20 7298 2100
F: -44 (0)20 7402 3298
E: hvde«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/hyde
Hyde Park Corner/Knightsbridge
/Lancaster Gate/Marble Arch
Kensington Gardens 7D
This formal park covers 100
hectares (275 acres) and is home to
Kensington Palace, the Serpentine
Gallery and the Diana, Princess
of Wales Memorial Playground.
Entertainment for children in summer
and free bandstand recitals. Some
public toilets have disabled access.
The Broadwalk Café is open daily,
with refreshment kiosks in summer.
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lctdct W2 2UH
T: -44 (0)20 7298 2100
F: -44 (0)20 7724 2826
E: letsitj|ct«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/kensington
Bayswater/High Street Kensington
/Lancaster Gate/Queensway
Lee Valley Regional Park
At 10,000 acres, Lee Valley
Regional Park stretches from
Hertfordshire to the Thames and
offers hundreds of great days out.
Enjoy picturesque open spaces –
ideal for picnics, walking and cycling
– explore gardens and heritage sites
or get active at one of the many
sporting venues.
Contact: Lee Valley Regional Park
Information Service
Mvdde||ct Hcuse, Bu||s Ctcss,
Et|ie|d EN2 9HG
T: -44 (0)845 677 0600
E: it|c«|eev~||evp~tl.ctj.ul
leevalleypark.org.uk
/ Various see website
Regent’s Park 2G
with Primrose Hill
At 166 hectares (410 acres),
Regent’s Park is the largest outdoor
sports area in London, catering for
football, softball, rugby and cricket.
The park hosts ZSL London Zoo,
the Open Air Theatre, bandstands
and a boating lake. The view from
Primrose Hill is one of London’s
best. There are public toilets with
disabled access and baby-changing
rooms, plus four cafés.
Open: Daily from 05.00-midnight
lctdct NW1 4NR
T: -44 (0)20 7486 7905
F: -44 (0)20 7224 1895
E: tejet|s«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/regents
Baker Street/Camden Town
/Great Portland Street/Regent’s Park
/St John’s Wood
Richmond Park
The largest Royal Park in London
at 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres)
and home to 650 deer. There are
playgrounds, golf courses and
educational facilities. There is
fishing, horse-riding tracks and
a cycling path. Public toilets with
disabled access. For eating, choose
from Pembroke Lodge, a Georgian
mansion with spectacular views and
garden seating, Roehampton Café
or refreshment kiosks.
Suttev TW10 5HS
T: -44 (0)20 8948 3209
F: -44 (0)20 8332 2730
E: tichtctd«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/richmond
/ Richmond (then catch 371/65 bus to
pedestrian gate at Petersham)
St James’s Park 8L
St James’s Park is at the heart of
London and covers 23 hectares
(58 acres). The Mall has many
ceremonial parades and events of
national celebration. Every day, you
can see the Changing the Guard
and the pelicans being fed. Free
weekend concerts at lunchtime and
early evening (mid Jun-end Aug).
Visit Inn on the Park or a kiosk for
refreshment. Toilets, including some
with disability access.
lctdct SW1A 2B1
T: -44 (0)20 7930 1793
F: -44 (0)20 7839 7639
E: s|j~tes«tcv~|p~tls.jsi.jcv.ul
royalparks.org.uk/stjamess
Green Park/St James’s Park
/ Charing Cross
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warmth of belowzero.
Made entirely of crystal clear
Swedish ice and maintained at a
constant -5°C all year round,
ICEBAR LONDON is literally the
UK’s coolest bar.
Entrance tickets start at just
£12.50 and include a warm cape
& gloves plus your first cocktail
served in an ice glass.
www.belowzerolondon.com
020 7478 8910
Heddon Street, W1B 4BN
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This section gives ideas on shopping areas, markets and
individual shops.
Shops generally open from 09.00 or 10.00 to 18.00 or 19.00,
Monday to Saturday. Late-night shopping (till around 20.00) is
on Thursday for West End shops and Wednesday for Chelsea,
Knightsbridge and Kensington. Many shops are open on Sunday,
too, usually from 12.00 to 18.00, or 10.00 to 16.00. Some
shops in this section can offer tour operators special facilities
for groups – please contact the individual stores for details.
Residents of non-EU countries visiting the UK are entitled to
tax-free shopping – for advice on this, see Shopping services
listings at the end of this section.
Where possible, map references are included to the right of
the shop or shopping area. See page 108 for a map of London.
SEE ALSO:
H~t|evs He~|htcw T3 Tettit~| 3 Aitside,
He~|htcw Aitpct|, Hcuts|cw, Midd|esex
TW6 1OG
T: -44 (0)20 8759 4809
Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3
Harrods 9G
Harrods is the world’s most famous
and luxurious department store. The
store occupies four-and-a-half acres
in the heart of Knightsbridge and
has more than 300 departments
over seven floors. There are 34
restaurants and bars, unrivalled food
halls and whole floors dedicated to
furniture, ladies fashion, homeware
and sporting goods, among others.
87-135 Btctp|ct Rc~d, lctdct SW1X 7Xl
T: -44 (0)20 7730 1234
F: -44 (0)20 7581 0470
harrods.com
Knightsbridge
John Lewis 5J
Oxford Street
The department store that stocks
everything – from top fashion
brands to the latest TVs. You’ll find
everything under one roof, together
with a whole range of helpful
services, including free delivery to
the mainland UK and an export
service to most locations worldwide.
Open: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 09.30-20.00,
Thur 09.30-21.00, Sat 09.30-19.00,
Sun 12.00-18.00
Contact: Stephen Cooper
Ox|ctd S|tee|, lctdct W1A 1EX
T: -44 (0)20 7629 7711
F: -44 (0)20 3073 0699
E: s|ephet¸cccpet«jcht|ewis.cc.ul
johnlewis.com/oxfordstreet
Oxford Circus
Lladró Boutique 7K
Moments from Piccadilly Circus,
the Lladró Boutique invites you to
enjoy a unique experience. Discover
Lladró’s exquisite range of porcelain
creations, varying from classic to
modern, internationally renowned for
its artistic excellence. Shipping and
tax-free shopping available.
Open: Mon-Sat 10.00-18.00
Contact: Flavia Trifogli
194 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 9EX
T: -44 (0)20 7494 0407
E: ||ti|cj|i«ul.||~dtc.cct
lladro.com
Piccadilly Circus
National Gallery Shops 6L
The Sainsbury Wing Shop offers
an unparalleled selection of art
books, making it one of the premier
specialist bookshops in London.
All three shops stock a selection of
prints, gifts, postcards and books
inspired by the Collection, plus
London guides and souvenirs.
The N~|ict~| G~||etv, Tt~|~|j~t Squ~te
lctdct WC2H 7HH
T: -44 (0)20 7747 5950
F: -44 (0)20 7747 5951
E: t~i|ctdet«t~|ict~|j~||etv.cc.ul
nationalgallery.co.uk
/ Charing Cross Leicester Square
National Geographic 6K
Store
More than a traditional store,
National Geographic gives shoppers
the chance to explore the world from
Regent Street. It features a gallery,
auditorium and a pinchos café,
and sells unique furniture, outdoor
clothing and educational toys.
Contact: Aline Avolio, Store Manager
83-97 Rejet| S|tee|, lctdct W1B 4EW
T: -44 (0)20 7025 6960
F: -44 (0)20 7025 6961
E: |ctdct«wct|dwidete|~i|s|cte.cc.ul
nglondonstore.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Peter Jones 10G
Peter Jones is one of London’s
best-loved department stores, with
eight floors of retail heaven and two
restaurants. You’ll find everything
you need under one roof, together
with a whole range of complimentary
services, including free delivery.
Contact: Anna Edward,
Marketing Manager
S|c~te Squ~te, lctdct SW1W 8El
T: -44 (0)20 7730 3434
F: -44 (0)20 7901 8056
E: pe|et¸jctes«jcht|ewis.cc.ul
peterjones.co.uk
Sloane Square
The Royal Mint
The world’s leading mint, producing
coins and medals. With a vast array
of commemorative products, its
coins are a fantastic gift, leaving
a lasting memory of your event.
The Royal Mint is also the licensed
manufacturer and distributor of
coins and medallions to celebrate
the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Shopping
London is the global capital for shopping. The wide range of shops
– from flagship stores of top brands to individual boutiques – offers
quality, service and diversity that are second to none
Flagship
stores
The British Museum 4M
Shops
Four different retail styles can
be found at The British Museum.
There’s a bookshop specialising in
ancient history, archaeology and art
history, a children’s shop stocking
educational and pocket-money
items, a souvenir and guide shop
selling guides, postcards, camera
films, stationery and inexpensive
gifts, plus the Grenville shop, where
you can find luxury items such as
replica sculptures, jewellery, silk
scarves and ties.
Gte~| Russe|| S|tee|,
lctdct WC1B 3DG
T: -44 (0)20 7323 8000
F: -44 (0)20 7323 8614
E: s~|es«bti|ishtuseut.cc.ul
britishmuseum.co.uk
Holborn/Russell Square
/Tottenham Court Road
Fortnum & Mason 6K
Established in 1707, this holder of
three Royal Warrants offers five
floors of luxury. Hampers made
to customers’ specifications are
renowned worldwide – a mail-order
service is also available.
Contact: Alison Jordan,
Marketing Director
181 Picc~di||v, lctdct W1A 1ER
T: -44 (0)20 7734 8040
F: -44 (0)20 7437 3278
E: it|c«|ct|tut~tdt~sct.cc.ul
fortnumandmason.co.uk
Piccadilly Circus
Foyles 5L
Founded in 1903, London’s iconic
bookshop has the UK’s largest range
of books with almost 200,000 titles
in 50 departments over five floors.
With a range of services and delivery
available worldwide, whatever you
want, you’ll find it at Foyles.
Open: Mon-Sat 09.30-21.00,
Sun 12.00-18.00
Contact: Sion Hamilton, Manager
113-119 Ch~titj Ctcss Rc~d,
lctdct WC2H 0EB
T: -44 (0)20 7437 5660
F: -44 (0)20 7434 1574
E: ctdets«|cv|es.cc.ul
foyles.co.uk
Tottenham Court Road
Hamleys of London Ltd 6K
Hamleys, the world’s finest toy store,
has seven floors packed with the
latest toys and games. Established
in 1760, it has built an international
reputation for innovative and
imaginative toys. Hamleys also
offers private shopping events
by arrangement.
Contact: Madeleine McClure,
Marketing Assistant
188-196 Rejet| S|tee|,
lctdct W1R 6BT
T: -44 (0)20 7479 7337
E: t~tle|itj«h~t|evs.cc.ul
hamleys.com
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
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Contact: Nick Bowkett, Business
Development Manager
The Rcv~| Mit|, l|~t|tis~t|,
Pct|vc|ut CF72 8YT
T: -44 (0)1443 623 111
F: -44 (0)1443 623 290
E: ticl.bcwle||«tcv~|tit|.cct
royalmint.com
The Rugby Store
The Rugby Store is based at
Twickenham Stadium, home of
England Rugby. Stocking replica
kit and playing/training wear, balls
and equipment, adult and children’s
leisurewear, gifts and souvenirs.
Open: Seven days a week
Twicleth~t S|~diut, Whi||ct Rc~d,
Twicleth~t TW2 7BA
T: -44 (0)871 222 2003 (RFU Ditec|)
rfudirect.com
/ Richmond Twickenham/Whitton
Selfridges & Co 5H
With six floors of sheer shopping
heaven, Selfridges is one of
London’s most exciting places to
visit. From funky designer clothing
to seriously luxurious accessories,
15 great places to eat and drink and
a well-stocked food hall, Selfridges
does destination shopping in a sexy
and stylish way.
400 Ox|ctd S|tee|, lctdct W1H 6HB
T: -44 (0)870 377 377
T: -44 (0)20 8831 6733
F: -44 (0)20 7495 8321
E: ccttec|«se||tidjes.cc.ul
selfridges.com
Bond Street
Wembley Stadium Store
The official Wembley Stadium Store
offers a wide range of merchandise,
including England kit and training
wear and Wembley Stadium
souvenirs. Shirt printing is also
available to add a personal touch.
Smaller items are popular, such as
pens, key rings, caps, mugs, posters
and magnets. In the spirit of the
stadium and the events held within
it, the Stadium Store has something
for everybody to round off their
Wembley Stadium experience and
take home a special memento.
Open: Mon-Sun. Non-event days:
Mon-Sat 10.00-18.00, Sun 11.00-17.00
Wetb|ev S|~diut, Wetb|ev HA9 OWS
T: -44 (0)20 8795 9077
E: s|cte«wetb|evs|~diut.cct
wembleystadium.com/stadiumstore
Wembley Park Wembley Stadium
/ Wembley Central
Food stores
Bluebird Food Store 12E
and Wine Cellar
Gourmet shop attached to the
Bluebird restaurant halfway down
King’s Road. Breads, cheeses and
wine are especially fine.
Contact: Marion Van Den Bussche,
Manager
350 Kitj's Rc~d, lctdct SW3 5UU
T: -44 (0)20 7559 1140
E: t~tictvdb«d~tdd|ctdct.cct
bluebird-store.co.uk
Sloane Square
Souvenirs
Cool Britannia 6L
One of the largest and best ranges
of British souvenirs, novelty goods
and fashion, providing everything
a tourist needs under one roof.
Open: Mon-Sun, 09.00-00.00
Picc~di||v Citcus, lctdct W11 9HR
T: -44 (0)20 7839 7200
E: it|c«ccc|bti|~tti~.cct
coolbritannia.com
Piccadilly Circus
Crest of London 5H
London’s premier souvenir retailer
offers a diverse range of quality
British and London-themed
souvenirs. Nine conveniently located
stores are ready to offer you
a first-class tourist shopping
experience. All stores are in central
London: 354 Oxford Street,
44 Oxford Street, Marble Arch,
443 Oxford Street, 1 Leicester
Square, 11/13 Whitehall, Unit 25
Trocadero, 20 Cockspur Street,
Piccadilly Circus. Contact the
corporate sales department for
special trade rates and
promotional gifts.
11 Bet|itcl S|tee|, lctdct W1U 2EP
T: -44 (0)20 7935 0044
F: -44 (0)20 7935 2277
E: it|c«ctes|c||ctdct.cc.ul
crestoflondon.co.uk
Bond Street
Honav UK Ltd
This company specialises in the
research, design, manufacturing
of artwork and memorabilia for
large-scale sporting/cultural events.
The licensee for the Beijing 2008
Olympics, and now the sole
lapel pin licensee for the London
2012 Olympic Games.
Contact: Betty Wang & Chief
Representative Officer
Uti| 55, Slv|ites, liteh~tbcut,
lctdct E14 9TS
T: -44 (0)20 7515 0439
F: -44 (0)20 7515 0439
E: be||vw~tj«hct~v.cct
honav.com
The London Company
Tired of the same old London
souvenirs? So was The London
Company, which is why it created
a collection of funky, stylish and
unique London mementos that you
won’t find anywhere else. Buy online
or call for stockists.
Contact: David McLagan,
Creative Director
T: -44 (0)845 056 3779
F: -44 (0)845 056 3779
E: s~|es«|he|ctdctcctp~tv.te|
thelondoncompany.net
Shopping
areas
Belgravia 10H
Belgravia is one of London’s most
vibrant and prestigious destinations
– with cutting-edge luxury fashion,
refreshing open spaces, gourmet
restaurants, grand Georgian
architecture and timeless buildings
to explore, across its three main
shopping streets of Elizabeth Street,
Motcomb Street and Pimlico Road.
Contact: Caroline Parrish/Fera Pugh,
The Communication Group
Be|jt~vi~, lctdct SW1
T: -44 (0)20 7630 1411
grosvenorlondon.com
/ Victoria
Burlington Arcade 7K
Opened in 1819, Burlington Arcade
was Britain’s first ever shopping
arcade. This oasis of calm is one of
London’s hidden treasures, patrolled
by a force of Beadles and packed
with luxurious accessories including
cashmere, jewellery, watches,
antiques and leather goods.
Contact: Caroline Parrish/Fera Pugh,
The Communication Group
But|itj|ct Atc~de, lctdct W1
T: -44 (0)20 7630 1411
burlington-arcade.co.uk
Green Park/Piccadilly Circus
Canary Wharf Shops 7HH
More than 200 shops, bars, cafés
and restaurants can be found at
Canary Wharf in the three shopping
malls, as well as in riverside
locations. Stores cater for every
need, from supermarkets and
high street favourites through to
independent boutiques and designer
shops, with a wide choice of both
ladies’ and gents’ fashion
and accessories.
Contact: Julia Denman, Press Officer
Ote C~t~d~ Squ~te, C~t~tv Wh~t|,
lctdct E14 5AB
T: -44 (0)20 7418 2000
F: -44 (0)20 7418 2222
E: webt~s|et«c~t~tvwh~t|.cct
mycanarywharf.com
/DLR Canary Wharf
Carnaby 6K
Carnaby is London’s coolest
shopping destination for youth
fashion and great restaurants.
Check out Kingly Court and the
Newburgh Quarter for quirky
independent shops. For those in
search of something different, then
head to the 12 streets that make up
this style village.
Contact: Kay Copeland, Sister PR
C~tt~bv S|tee|, lctdct W1
T: -44 (0)20 7287 9601
carnaby.co.uk
Oxford Circus/Piccadilly Circus
Covent Garden 6M
From the architectural splendour of
its neoclassical covered market, to
world-class arts and cultural venues
such as the Royal Opera House,
Covent Garden is a much-loved
area. Situated in the heart of the
West End, visitors will experience
unique shops, a craft market selling
handmade British crafts and a
huge variety of restaurants, bars
and cafés. Entertainment, events
and culture are also central to
Covent Garden with daily street
performance and exciting one-off
events in the Piazza.
41 The M~tle|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 8RF
T: -44 (0)870 780 5002
F: -44 (0)20 7240 5770
E: it|c«ccvet|j~tdet|ctdctul.cct
coventgardenlondonuk.com
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
/Holborn /Charing Cross
Spitalfields 4T
Spitalfields offers regular free
events, including lunchtime concerts,
dance, fashion shows and much
more. With independent shops,
markets, fine art fairs, cafés, bars
and restaurants, there’s something
for everyone, whatever the weather.
Btush|ie|d S|tee|, lctdct E1 6AA
T: -44 (0)20 7377 1496
E: it|c«spi|~||ie|ds.cc.ul
spitalfields.co.uk
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Shop West End 5J
Shop West End works to ensure the
success of London’s West End by
enhancing and promoting the
world-famous shopping streets
Bond Street, Oxford Street, Regent
Street and South Molton Street.
Together these four streets cover
more than four miles of shopping
heaven with over 600 retailers
– 120 of which are international
brands and 197 are flagship stores.
London’s West End welcomes 200
million national and international
visitors who spend £5.5 billion every
year. London’s West End is shopping
like nowhere else. Its unique and
huge mix of retail is unrivalled in the
UK and throughout the world.
Contact: Laura Ramos,
Communications Executive
New Wes| Etd Cctp~tv, Mct|ev Hcuse,
320 Rejet| S|tee|, lctdct W1B 3BE
T: -44 (0)20 7462 0680
F: -44 (0)20 7462 0688
E: |~ut~.t~tcs«tewwes|etd.cct
westendlondon.com
Oxford Circus/Bond Street/Marble Arch
/Tottenham Court Road/Green Park
/Piccadilly Circus
St Christopher’s 5H
Place Shops
St Christopher’s Place has now
become one of the most exciting
specialist shopping areas in the
West End. In addition to its mix of
stylish and exclusive shops, it offers
one of the largest areas of pavement
dining in London.
23 B~tte|| S|tee|, lctdct W1U 1BF
T: -44 (0)20 7493 3294
F: -44 (0)20 7409 1858
E: etquities«s|chtis|cphetsp|~ce.cct
stchristophersplace.com
Bond Street
St Martin’s Courtyard 6M
London’s newest shopping
destination, situated in Covent
Garden. Find global brands on
Long Acre including Banana
Republic, and a selection of stylish
fashion and beauty stores in
Slingsby Place and the courtyard.
Escape the bustle of the city with
outdoor seating in this
beautiful enclave.
Contact: Kay Copeland, Sister PR
lctj Acte, lctdct
T: -44 (0)20 7287 9601
stmartinscourtyard.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Seven Dials 5M
Seven Dials, Covent Garden’s
hidden village, takes shoppers on
a journey through urban flagship
stores, fashion boutiques, beauty
emporiums, award-winning salons,
stylish hotels, theatres and
well-known restaurants, as well as
numerous cafés and bars.
Contact: Alex Frith, Threepipe PR
Ccvet| G~tdet, lctdct WC2
T: -44 (0)20 7632 4800
E: sevetdi~|s«|hteepipe.cc.ul
sevendials.co.uk
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
Westfield London
Westfield London in White City
/Shepherd’s Bush is the capital’s
premium shopping and leisure
destination, located just 15 minutes
by Tube from Oxford Circus. There
are more than 265 speciality stores
to enjoy: The Village, a luxury
precinct showcasing international
designer brands, more than 40
eateries, a 16-screen cinema,
and an impressive atrium hosting
a diverse calendar of events and
activities. It is easily accessible
by public transport via Tube, rail and
bus stations nearby, plus there
is a taxi rank and 4,500 car
parking spaces.
Contact: Linsey Wooldridge,
Senior Marketing Manager
Atie| W~v, lctdct W12 7GF
T: -44 (0)20 3371 2300
E: wes||ie|d|ctdctt~tle|itj
«wes||ie|d-ul.cct
westfield.com/london
Shepherd’s Bush/White City/Wood Lane
/Shepherd’s Bush Market
Shopping
offers
Shop & Dine London
A unique programme that provides
visitors from around the world
with special offers, amenities and
services at more than 200 shopping
and dining destinations located in
and around London. Complimentary
vouchers and commissionable luxury
shopping packages are available
upon request.
Contact: Renee Ward,
Project Manager Europe
T: -44 (0)20 8816 7037
E: tetee«te|~i||cutist.cct
shopanddinelondon.com
Wowcher
Wowcher provides exclusive
discounts on the best things to do,
see and eat in and around London,
from spa days to restaurants, a trip
down the Thames or a taste of the
finest sushi. For affordable luxury,
‘Wowcher it’.
Contact: Nikki Brummitt,
Marketing Manager
She||~td Hcuse, Gte~| Ches|et|ctd Ccut|,
Gte~| Ches|et|ctd, Essex CB10 1PF
T: -44 (0)1799 530 340
E: tilli«wcwchet.cc.ul
wowcher.co.uk
Markets
Camden Lock
This is the original ‘Camden Market’,
set alongside the historic Regent’s
Canal. Around a busy Market Hall,
you’ll find terraces of small shops
and stalls selling everything from
vintage fashion and handmade
jewellery to beautiful homewares.
With live music and comedy venues,
cafés, bars and some of the best
street food in London, it’s a lively
place to meet up.
Open: Daily from 10.00
Contact: Will Fulford/Neto Vianna
C~tdet lccl P|~ce, Ch~|l F~tt Rc~d,
lctdct NW1 8AF
T: -44 (0)20 7485 7963
F: -44 (0)20 7267 7695
E: he||c«c~tdet|cclt~tle|.cct
camdenlockmarket.com
Camden Town/Chalk Farm
The Covent Garden 6M
Craft Market
The famous Apple Market in Covent
Garden’s historic Market Building is
the only market in London that sells
unique handmade craft products
produced in the UK. Visitors will
be impressed with the exceptional,
distinctive goods available which
include ceramics, glasswear,
jewellery, clothing, gifts and general
high quality crafts. The Apple Market
trades from Tuesday to Saturday,
with antiques trading on a Monday.
Open: Mon-Sun 10.30-18.30
Contact: Chris Denning,
Markets Manager,
41 The M~tle|, Ccvet| G~tdet
lctdct WC2E 8RF
T: -44 (0)20 7420 5855
E: |he~pp|et~tle|«ccvet|j~tdet
t~tle|.cc.ul
coventgardenlondonuk.com
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
/Embankment/Holborn /Charing Cross
Old Spitalfields Market 4T
Old Spitalfields Market offers a real
‘wow’ factor for all, with clean-cut
steel structures and Victorian
brickwork harmoniously creating
a dramatic backdrop. It is more than
a simple food market; it’s a cultural
experience and an exciting and
varied family day out. Cuisine and
couture combine at the market, giving
you the chance to incorporate food
shopping or lunch with retail therapy.
Open: Daily 08.00-23.00
Contact: Andrew Sparrow
Hcttet Squ~te, lctdct E1 6AA
T: -44 (020) 7375 2963
E: ~tdtewsp~ttcw«we||itj|ct
t~tle|s.cc.ul
oldspitalfieldsmarket.com
/ Liverpool Street
Shopping
services
Global Blue
Global Blue is the world’s leading
VAT Refund service for non-EU
travellers. Visitors to the UK can
enjoy some of its most exciting
stores and save money – wherever
they see the trusted Tax Free
Shopping logo.
Contact: Elizabeth Clarke,
Marketing Manager
11|h F|cct GW2, Gte~| Wes| Hcuse,
Gte~| Wes| Rc~d,
Btet||ctd TW8 9HU
T: -44 (0)20 8232 1927
F: -44 (0)20 8707 666 991
E: ec|~tle«j|cb~|-b|ue.cct
global-blue.com
Premier Tax Free
Non-EU visitors can reclaim
their VAT on all purchases in the
UK, making its stores in London
even more attractive shopping
destinations. Visitors can receive
their money back at any of the
worldwide cash refund partners or
straight back onto their credit card.
Contact: Claire McLaughlin, Customer
Account & Marketing Manager
Fit|t~x Hcuse, S|~|ict Rc~d Nct|h,
Mets|h~t, Suttev RH1 3ED
T: -44 (0)1737 644 922
T: -44 (0)1737 648 570
E: it|c«ul.ptetiet|~x|tee.cct
premiertaxfree.com
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Destination
Management &
Tourism Services
From itinerary planners and exhibition organisers to bureaux
de change and market researchers – use this helpful guide to help
you find all you need to plan your next trip to London
This section is in two halves. Destination management, which
starts right, features information on companies that specialise
in the design and implementation of events, activities and tours.
They can help you plan your client’s next trip to the capital, or
provide assistance for visitors when they arrive.
Some destination management companies offer a range of
services, such as hotel bookings for short breaks or packages
for special events. Others organise tickets for travel, theatre and
attractions or arrange tailor-made tours for particular groups.
Please check with each company to see whether it specialises in
services for individuals or groups.
In the remaining tourism services listings, you’ll find
companies that offer services to both visitors and the travel
trade. There are companies that can help visitors with
currency exchange and education, plus media and marketing
consultancies, and publishers specialising in tourism, attractions
and visitor communications.
For some companies, map references are included to the right
of the venue title. See page 108 for a map of London.
Destination
management
companies
Brook Green UK Ltd
Top-level destination management
and event company, providing services
throughout the UK for meetings,
events, incentives, special interest
tours and corporate hospitality. Great
ideas, great service, nice people!
Contact: Hanneke Dannhorn,
Managing Director
218 B|v|he Rc~d, lctdct W14 0HH
T: -44 (0)20 7371 4155
F: -44 (0)20 7603 2837
E: ticepecp|e«btccljteetul.cct
brookgreenuk.com
EC Travel
EC Travel is a top DMC in the UK.
Attention to detail and personal
service are its watchwords, together
with originality, keenly competitive
pricing and a fast response. This
makes for a combination that is very
hard to beat – try them and see!
Contact: Esme Cook,
Managing Director
218 P|~z~, 535 Kitj's Rc~d,
lctdct SW10 0SZ
T: -44 (0)20 7376 3622
F: -44 (0)20 7376 3525
E: este«etc|t~ve|.cc.ul
ectravel.co.uk
Hotelbeds
Accommodation and
Destination Services
A leading incoming tour operator
with over 35 years’ experience.
Specialising in groups and individual
travellers, and offering expertise in
online reservation systems and XML
integration. Friendly, multilingual
staff offer an efficient and
high-quality level of service, utilising
the latest technology and providing
exemplary attention to detail.
Contact: Sales
lsis Hcuse, 74 New Ox|ctd S|tee|,
lctdct WC1A 1EU
T: -44 (0)20 7462 1523
F: -44 (0)20 7637 7570
E: s~|es«ul|t~ve|p~t|tets.cct
uktravelpartners.com
hotelbeds.com
Liberty International GB Ltd
Part of the Liberty International
Tourism Group, Liberty International
GB specialises not only in incentives,
congresses and events throughout
the United Kingdom and Ireland, but
also has a dedicated team that looks
after the leisure business, as well
as FIT, both leisure and corporate.
Its motto is, ‘Our success is your
success. Let’s make it happen!’.
C~t|etbutv Ccut| 3.29, Kettitj|ct P~tl,
lctdct SW9 6DE
T: -44 (0)20 7840 9060
F: -44 (0)20 7820 9835
E: |ibet|v«|ibet|vjb.cc.ul
liberty-international.org/great-britain
liberty-incentive.net/great-britain
The NoteWorthy Group
Highly personalised travel service,
established in 1986, offering
tailored programmes of quality and
distinction. Specialists in meetings,
conferences, incentives and creative
events. The team awaits your
enquiry! Member of MPI & SITE.
Contact: Susie Worthy, Managing
Director/Helen Bedford, Director
of Sales and Marketing
152 Buclitjh~t P~|~ce Rc~d,
lctdct SW1W 9TR
T: -44 (0)20 7824 8995
F: -44 (0)20 7730 7804
E: susie«tc|ewct|hv.cc.ul
noteworthyevents.com
Contents
Destination management companies 97
Exhibitions 98
Ground handlers/Ground service operators 98
Incoming tour operators 98
Domestic tour operators 99
Area associations & services 99
Bureaux de change 100
Education 100
Leaflet distribution 100
Marketing/Research/Consultancy 100
Publishers/Publications 100
Telephone services 101
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Spectra
Spectra (established in 1951) is
highly experienced in organising
prestigious incentive programmes,
international conferences and
unique events of every kind.
Spectra’s professional expertise,
combined with a creative flair, will
assure you of a most memorable
and successful programme. Member
of SITE, MPI, ADME.
Contact: Frances Wyatt, Director of
Sales and Marketing
12-15 H~tjet Gteet, lctdct W5 3El
T: -44 (0)20 8601 2400
F: -44 (0)20 8991 2483
E: spec|t~«spec|t~-dtc.cct
spectra-dmc.com
Sterling Travel Ltd
Full-service destination
management company specialising
in high-quality programmes for
incentives, meetings and special
groups. The management team
puts its many years of experience,
creativity and operational expertise
at the client’s disposal.
Contact: Alan Mellins,
Managing Director
78 Oueet S|tee|, M~idethe~d,
Betlshite Sl6 1HY
T: -44 (0)1628 783 682
F: -44 (0)1628 773 415
E: etquities«s|et|itj-|t~ve|.cc.ul
sterling-travel.co.uk
Travel Places
For more than 30 years, Travel
Places has delivered top-class
travel arrangements for major
corporations, professional sports
bodies, the public sector and
media organisations requiring
bespoke travel services and event
management within the capital.
Fully licensed and bonded, Travel
Places specialises in providing and
managing every aspect of major
events to London.
Contact: Gerry Manser
Sw~t Ccut|, 9 T~ttet S|tee|,
lctdct SE1 3lE
T: -44 (0)20 3117 0870
F: -44 (0)20 3117 0879
E: evet|s«|t~ve|p|~ces.cc.ul
travelplaces.co.uk/winningevents
Wedgewood Britain
A full service destination and event
management company providing
customised land arrangements in
London and throughout Britain for
meetings, conferences, incentive
travel, corporate hospitality
and events.
Contact: Aidan Ford, Managing
Director/Jerry Allanson, General Manager
7 Ptescc| S|tee|, lctdct E1 8AY
T: -44 (0)20 7265 7000
F: -44 (0)20 7265 7070
E: s~|es«wedjewccd.cc.ul
wedgewood.co.uk
Exhibitions
World Travel Market
Staged annually in London, World
Travel Market is the premier global
event for the travel industry. It’s
a vibrant must-attend four-day
business-to-business event
presenting a diverse range of
destinations and industry sectors to
UK and international
travel professionals.
G~|ew~v Hcuse, 28 The Ou~dt~t|,
Richtctd, Suttev TW9 1DN
T: -44 (0)20 8271 2160
F: -44 (0)20 8334 0740
E: w|t«teedexpc.cc.ul
wtmlondon.com
Ground
handlers/
Ground service
operators
Groundline
International distributor for London
Travelcards and the increasingly
popular London Travelcard
Vouchers (all commissionable),
giving unlimited travel on all public
transport modes for given periods
of time. The company can also
provide attractions, airport rail
transfers, city cards, etc.
Contact: Mike Franks, Director
4 E|twccd, Ctccl|ctd l~te,
Chiteh~t P~tl, H~t|s RG24 8WG
T: -44 (0)1256 374 299
(Ovetse~s) -41 61 272 3434
F: -44 (0)1256 708 868
E: ctdets«|ctdct-|t~ve|c~tds.cct
london-travelcards.com (public)
groundlineuk.com
Incoming
tour operators
Big Ben Tours/Stena Line 9K
Tour operating side of Stena Line,
operators of the Harwich-Hook
route. One of the largest specialists
in travel from Holland to the UK for
individuals and groups, incentive
travel and conferences.
Contact: Cathy Burkinshaw,
Incoming Tours Manager
Buclitjh~t Ccut|, 78 Buclitjh~t G~|e,
lctdct SW1E 6PE
T: -44 (0)20 7599 4820
F: -44 (0)20 7599 4823
E: c~|hv.butlitsh~w«s|et~|ite.cct
stenaline.com
British Airways
Holidays Ltd
British Airways Holidays is a wholly
owned subsidiary of the airline. The
business sells holidays to around
280,000 customers a year in more
than 80 countries around the world
via British Airways’ offices and
website. Annual turnover is over
£70 million. The business is a global
leader for inbound holidays to the
UK and offers one of the largest
global stopover programmes, selling
a range of ground arrangements
serving the British Airways and
Alliance partner destination
network worldwide.
Contact: Clare Bullock, Head of
Destination Product Supply
As|t~| Tcwets, Be||s W~v, lctdct Rc~d,
Ct~w|ev, Wes| Sussex RH10 9XA
T: -44 (0)1293 722 526
F: -44 (0)1293 722 190
E: c|~te.bu||ccl«hc|id~vs.b~.cct
ba.com
Business Services
International UK
With offices in London and
Edinburgh, Business Services
International UK provides a
comprehensive range of services
for overseas groups and individual
visitors throughout the UK. It places
an emphasis on personal service and
the pleasure taken in offering London
as a prime and exciting destination.
Contact: Mike Gorman, Director
70 Picc~di||v, lctdct W11 8HP
T: -44 (0)20 7495 7555
F: -44 (0)20 7495 8555
E: s~|es«bsiul.cc.ul
bsiuk.co.uk
China Holidays Ltd
Handling 30 technical business
delegations from China a month,
the Beijing office represents and
promotes eight tourist attractions and
destination marketing organisations
to the travel trade in China, including
advice on web and brochure design
for the Chinese market.
Contact: Carey J Fletcher,
Group Chairman
4-6 G|et|wct|h S|tee|, lctdct NW1 5PG
T: -44 (0)20 7487 2999
F: -44 (0)20 7487 2929
E: s~|es«chit~hc|id~vs.cct
hellobritain.cn
Classic England
Classic England offers luxury private
tours of London and throughout the
UK. Expert guides and individual
itineraries are prepared within 24
hours. The company offers executive
transport for any size of group and
accommodation from fine B&Bs to
5-star hotels. Themed tours are
a speciality. Departures all year; fully
bonded and licensed operator.
4 Aus|et Dtive, S|ccl,
ltj~|es|cte, Essex CM4 9FB
T: -44 (0)1277 841 651
US Tc|| Ftee: 1866 464 7390
F: -44 (0)870 220 3156
E: it|c«c|~ssic-etj|~td.cct
classic-england.com
Europe Incoming
Established in 1978, Europe
Incoming offers accommodation for
adults and students in London
and the UK. Services include UK
and European tours – single or
multi-destination, family stays,
coaches, guides, entrances, meals
etc. The company also has offices in
France, Scotland and Italy.
Contact: Uma Somia,
Managing Director
86 Tutth~t Gteet Tett~ce,
lctdct W4 1ON
T: -44 (0)20 8994 5001
F: -44 (0)20 8994 5044
E: d~vid«eutcpeitcctitj.cc.ul
europeincoming.com
E-Voyages
Independent specialist inbound tour
operator offering an extensive range
of services for groups in London and
the rest of the UK. Its products are
tailor-made and range from city
breaks, UK coach tours and student
breaks to special cultural events. Its
team of experts will provide you with
professional advice. It is also the
official agent for Arsenal FC tickets
for French and Benelux markets.
Contact: Emmanuelle Spriet
1ubi|ee Hcuse, Mettict Avetue,
S|~ttcte, Midd|esex HA7 4RY
T: -44 (0)20 7993 9662
F: -44 (0)20 8181 7553
E: it|c«e-vcv~jes.cc.ul
e-voyages.co.uk
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JAC Travel
JAC Travel is an energetic business
with a track record in delivering
great-value tours to groups and
individuals, and 5,000 hotels to the
online bookings market. With more
than 30 years’ experience and
a reputation for understanding what
its customers want.
Contact: Vikki Barclay,
Marketing Manager
62-64 Ch~tce||cts Rc~d,
lctdct W6 9RS
T: -44 (0)20 7870 8577
F: -44 (0)20 8748 8846
E: villi.b~tc|~v«j~ccbct|ite.cct
jaconline.com
Leisure Breaks
A wholesaler specialising in
providing a complete range of
inclusive packages and tailor-made
tours for groups in London, including
hotels, theatres, attractions, guides
and restaurants. It also features all
major events, including Chelsea
Flower Show and Royal Ascot.
Contact: Angela Heaton,
Managing Director
Ptetiet Hcuse, 141 Hijh S|tee|,
Eppitj, Essex CM16 4BD
T: -44 (0)1992 563 500
F: -44 (0)1992 563 526
E: s~|es«|eisutebte~ls.cct
leisurebreaks.com
Mix-Plan (UK) Ltd
Incoming tour operator offering a
full range of services in London and
the UK for both leisure groups and
individuals. Specialising in incentive
projects and delegates’ participation
to congresses and exhibitions.
Contact: Luisa Bonora,
Managing Director
10-12 lctb~td Rc~d, lctdct SW19 3TZ
T: -44 (0)20 8543 7014
F: -44 (0)20 8543 9058
E: tix-p|~t.||d«vitjit.te|
bargain-london-visits.co.uk
Domestic
tour operators
Superbreak
Mini-Holidays Ltd
The leading UK hotel short breaks
operator, with over 2,000 hotels
throughout Britain, including 200 in
London, plus more than 100 at UK
airports. Superbreak Mini-Holidays
is the preferred UK short break
supplier for the UK’s five largest
retail travel agency chains, and over
500,000 customers travel with the
company annually. Superbreak.com,
incorporating Theatrebreak.com, is
the internet division of Superbreak
Mini-Holidays Limited, the market
leader for short breaks throughout
the UK. Superbreak specialises
in booking 2 to 5-star hotel
accommodation throughout Britain
for the leisure traveller.
Contact: Ray Jones, Brand
Development Director
60 Picc~di||v, Yctl YO1 9WX
T: -44 (0)1904 436 044
E: t~v.jctes«supetbte~l.cct
superbreak.com
Area
associations
& services
Better Bankside 7R
Bankside, one of central London’s
riverside destinations, boasts
some of London’s most iconic
attractions including Tate Modern
and Shakespeare’s Globe, as well
as hidden gems and foodie delights
such as Borough Market. Find
itineraries and new ideas online
at visitbankside.com
Contact: Louise Errington
B~tlside Ccttuti|v Sp~ce, Gte~|
Gui|d|ctd S|tee|, lctdct SE1 0FD
T: -44 (0)20 7928 3998
E: |e«be||etb~tlside.cc.ul
visitbankside.com
Southwark / London Bridge
Covent Garden London 6M
Covent Garden London is the
major landowner of this iconic
central London area. The business
is real estate-focused and has a
long-term regeneration vision to
make Covent Garden a world-
class destination. Covent Garden
appeals to Londoners and tourists
alike, offering unique shops, a
craft market, and a huge variety
of restaurants and cafés. Covent
Garden London hosts many one-
off and exciting cultural events
in the Piazza, and, coupled with
the daily street performance and
entertainment, this is a hugely
original and exciting area to visit.
41 The M~tle|, Ccvet| G~tdet,
lctdct WC2E 8RF
T: -44 (0)870 780 5002
F: -44 (0)20 7240 5770
E: it|c«ccvet|j~tdet|ctdctul.cct
coventgardenlondonuk.com
Covent Garden/Leicester Square
/Holborn/Charing Cross
The Flower Cellars 5M
The Flower Cellars is in the heart of
Covent Garden and offers a unique,
blank-canvas space. It’s perfect
for creating bespoke evenings,
receptions, dinners, press launches,
exhibitions, fashion shows, arts fairs
or cocktail receptions, and has a
capacity of up to 1,000, with 30,000
sq ft of space. There really is no other
venue in central London quite like it.
Contact: Michael Berg/Dom Monroe
The Hcspi|~| C|ub Evet|s Cctp~tv,
24 Etde|| S|tee|, lctdct WC2H 9HO
T: -44 (0)20 7170 9151
F: -44 (0)20 7170 9101
E: ||cwetce||~ts«|hehcspi|~|c|ub.cct
thehospitalclub.com
Covent Garden
Heart of London 6L
Business Alliance
Savour the energy and variety
of London with a visit to Piccadilly
Circus and Leicester Square, in
the heart of London. There is
something for everyone – from
the very best in London bars and
clubs to top West End shows, film
premieres and delectable cuisines
from around the globe.
Contact: Sarah Porter, Chief Executive
lctdct Hcuse, 54 H~vt~tle|,
lctdct SW1Y 4RP
T: -44 (0)20 7839 3409
F: -44 (0)20 7839 3413
E: it|c«he~t|c||ctdctbid.cc.ul
westendlondon.com
Piccadilly Circus/Leicester Square
In And Around 5M
Covent Garden
In and Around Covent Garden
is a magazine and business
development organisation. For
everything that’s going on in
and around Covent Garden, visit
coventgarden.uk.com
Ccvet| G~tdet, 19 Shct|'s G~tdets,
lctdct WC2H 9AW
T: -44 (0)20 7240 9731
F: -44 (0)20 7836 3137
E: it|c«ccvet|j~tdet.ul.cct
coventgarden.uk.com
Covent Garden
Regent Street Association 6K
Regent Street is one of London’s
most popular shopping destinations.
With its rich architectural heritage
and quality mix of stylish and
enticing stores, Regent Street
is a place where time is always
well spent. The Regent Street
Association represents the interests
of the retailers and businesses of
Regent Street. Regent Street is host
to a street festival in September and
the famous Christmas lights
switch-on in November.
Contact: Annie Walker, Director
and Executive Officer
Mi|te Hcuse, 177 Rejet| S|tee|,
lctdct W1B 41N
T: -44 (0)20 7152 5852
F: -44 (0)20 7434 1572
E: it|c«tejet|s|tee|ct|ite.cct
regentstreetonline.com
Piccadilly Circus/Oxford Circus
New West End Company 5J
New West End Company works to
ensure the success of London’s
West End by enhancing and
promoting the world-famous
shopping streets Bond Street,
Oxford Street, Regent Street and
South Molton Street. Its unique and
huge mix of retail is unrivalled in
the UK and throughout the world.
Together these four streets cover
more than four miles of shopping
heaven with over 600 retailers,
120 of which are international
brands and 197 are flagship stores.
London’s West End welcomes
200 million national and
international visitors who spend
£5.5 billion every year. London’s
West End is shopping like
nowhere else.
Contact: Laura Ramos,
Communications Executive
New Wes| Etd Cctp~tv, Mct|ev Hcuse,
320 Rejet| S|tee|, lctdct W1B 3BE
T: -44 (0)20 7462 0680
F: -44 (0)20 7462 0688
E: |~ut~.t~tcs«tewwes|etd.cct
westendlondon.com
Oxford Circus/Bond Street/Marble Arch
/Tottenham Court Road/Green Park
/Piccadilly Circus
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Impact Distribution Services
Impact Distribution Services
provides professional publicity
distribution services and
comprehensive solutions to the
arts, tourist and leisure sectors in
London, across southeast England
and in collaboration with its regional
partners throughout the UK.
Contact: Pam Badwal,
Sales Manager
Tusc~tv Wh~t|, 4B Otst~t Rc~d,
lctdct N1 5O1
T: -44 (0)20 7729 5978
F: -44 (0)20 7729 5994
E: ~dtit«itp~c|.ul.cct
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London Calling
London Calling helps you engage
new customers and audiences
by maximising a client’s
presence across its networks of
high-visibility-print display sites,
taking messages out on the street
and through its targeted online
offers. Services include leaflet
display, customer research, ambient
media and digital marketing.
Contact: Andrea Jones, Account Director
14~ Atd|eijh Rc~d, lctdct N1 4HP
T: -44 (0)20 7275 7225
F: -44 (0)20 7241 4856
E: s~|es«|ctdctc~||itj.cct
londoncalling.com
Take One Media Ltd
Take One Media is the UK’s leading
literature display and distribution
company, with more than 6,000
display opportunities nationwide.
In London, the range of display
networks (hotels, youth, business
and community, as well as mainline
railway stations and airports) is
an opportunity for London tourist
attractions to reach young travellers,
city workers, commuters, day trippers
and international tourists with
their literature.
Contact: Mark Shannon, Business
Development Executive
Cet|utv Pcit|, H~|i|~x Rc~d, Ctessex
Busitess P~tl, Hijh Wvcctbe,
Buclitjh~tshite HP12 3Sl
T: -44 (0)800 389 6636
E: s~|es«|~lectetedi~.cc.ul
takeonemedia.co.uk
Marketing/
Research/
Consultancy
aka
aka is one of the UK’s leading
live entertainment agencies
providing innovative media,
marketing, promotions, digital,
creative and ticket-selling solutions
to the theatre and live entertainment
industry. It is a dynamic, full-service
agency promoting smart thinking
and strategic planning.
Contact: Charlotte Franklin,
Head of Promotions and Marketing
115 Sh~||esbutv Avetue, C~tbtidje
Citcus, lctdct WC2H 8AF
T: -44 (0)20 7836 4747
F: -44 (0)20 7836 8787
E: ~l~«~l~ul.cct
akauk.com
Guild of Travel
and Tourism
The Guild has been established
to promote the interests and
needs of people and organisations
involved in the transport, travel and
tourism industries.
Contact: Nigel Bishop, Chief Executive
Sui|e 193 Tetp|e Ch~tbets,
3-7 Tetp|e Avetue, lctdct EC4Y 0DB
T: -44 (0)20 7583 6333
E: etquities«|t~ve||cutistjui|d.cct
traveltourismguild.com
Maxima Training
Development Ltd
Maxima Training provides more
than 50 years of combined sales,
training, coaching and management
experience in the hospitality
industry. The team at Maxima
specialises in providing innovative,
dynamic and practical training that is
focused on achieving agreed results,
delivered by qualified trainers and
sales professionals.
Hc||v O~l Hcuse, Sw~||cw Fie|d Ccpse,
Scu|hw~|et, Wes| Sussex RH13 9AZ
T: -44 (0)1403 733 337
E: etquities«t~xit~|t~ititj.cct
maximatraining.com
TRI Hospitality
Consulting
For 45 years, TRI has been
providing invaluable market and
financial analysis to those involved
or interested in developing hotels
globally at all market levels. Clients
benefit from the insight provided by
HotStats, its unique monthly profit
and loss benchmark database.
Contact: Claire King, Marketing Manager
lt|ett~|ict~| Expet|s it Hc|e|s,
Tcutist ~td leisute, 88 B~let S|tee|,
lctdct W1U 6TO
T: -44 (0)20 7486 5191
F: -44 (0)20 7486 1189
E: it|c«|tihc.cct
trihospitality.com
South Bank London 8P
The South Bank offers an
unbeatable mix of iconic attractions
including the London Eye and
the Southbank Centre, the newly
reopened Florence Nightingale
Museum, spectacular riverside
views, a vibrant arts and cultural
scene, colourful festivals, relaxed
dining and shopping, and quality
hotels. Find further information at
southbanklondon.com/groups.
103 W~|et|cc Rc~d, lctdct SE1 8Ul
T: -44 (0)20 7202 6918
F: -44 (0)20 7202 6904
E: edi|cti~|«scu|hb~tl|ctdct.cct
southbanklondon.com/groups
/ Waterloo
Team London Bridge 7S
With famous attractions and a busy
transport hub, London Bridge is a
vibrant central London destination.
Team London Bridge manages
the London Bridge Business
Improvement District for 250-plus
member businesses, providing a
world-class place to work, live
and visit.
Contact: Donald Campbell,
Place Marketing Manager
3 G~its|ctd S|tee|, lctdct SE1 2NE
T: -44 (0)20 7407 4701
F: -44 (0)20 7407 4702
E: it|c«|e~t|ctdctbtidje.cc.ul
teamlondonbridge.co.uk
/ London Bridge
TourEast London 9GG
The vibrant and culturally diverse
East London stretches from London
Bridge in the centre of London to
the Thames Barrier in the east.
From the well-known to the quirky,
your experience in East London is
guaranteed to be unique. Get ahead
of the competition by visiting the
website for travel trade information.
Contact: Wendy Tang
Dccl|~tds Busitess Cet|te,
10-16 Ti||et Rc~d, lctdct E14 8PX
T: -44 (0)20 7345 5144
F: -44 (0)20 7345 5145
E: it|c«visi|e~s||ctdct.cc.ul
visitlondon.co.uk
Bureaux de
change
Thomas Exchange Global 6M
One of the most competitive foreign
exchange bureaux in London,
guaranteeing the best deals, Thomas
Exchange Global offers 0 per
cent commission and no service
charge on foreign currency notes or
foreign traveller’s cheques. It is the
ideal place to change holiday and
business money. The company sells
commission-free foreign American
Express traveller’s cheques, is a
Western Union Agent and specialises
in sending and receiving foreign
money transfers worldwide. A postal
service is available to customers.
Contact: Samantha Perera
402 S|t~td, lctdct WC2R 0NE
T: -44 (0)20 7240 1214
F: -44 (0)20 7240 1211
E: it|c«|hct~sexch~tjej|cb~|.cc.ul
141 Vic|cti~ S|tee|, lctdct SW1E 6RA
T: -44 (0)20 7828 1880
F: -44 (0)20 7828 6828
tegforex.co.uk
TTT Moneycorp 8G
Retail and wholesale foreign
currency services, trading seven
days a week. It has branches
throughout central London and
Gatwick Airport and the branch at
18 Piccadilly is open 24 hours.
Other locations include
Knightsbridge station,
291 Oxford Street, 20 James
Street Covent Garden, Brompton
Road Piccadilly Circus, Bond Street
and Gloucester Road.
2 S|c~te S|tee|, lctdct SW1X 9lA
T: -44 (0)20 7823 7800
F: -44 (0)20 7235 4335
E: etquities«|||.cc.ul
ttt.co.uk
Education
St George International:
Language School 5H
Established in 1962, this is an
internationally acclaimed language
school in Fitzrovia, central London.
It offers a full range of English and
foreign language courses, and a
comprehensive accommodation
service and social programme for
international students.
Contact: Mark Wagner,
Managing Director
79-80 M~tj~te| S|tee|, lctdct W1W 8TA
T: -44 (0)20 7299 1700
F: -44 (0)20 7299 1711
E: it|c«s|jectjes.cc.ul
stgeorges.co.uk
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Inspiring the tennis greats
Every summer brings another exciting
Championship at Wimbledon, so why not visit
the amazing award-winning Museum and learn
more about the history which inspires the great
players, and see John McEnroe’s ‘ghost’ and the
original tournament trophies. You may also take
the behind the scenes tour of the grounds and
explore the home of tennis, including Centre
Court, for a truly inspirational experience.
Open Daily 10:00am until 5:00pm
Nearest Underground: Southfields
Telephone: 020 8946 6131
The Museum Building,
The All England Lawn
Tennis & Croquet Club,
Church Road, Wimbledon,
London, SW19 5AE
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Publishers/
Publications
Collins Maps & Atlases
Collins Maps and Atlases, published
from its own unique digital London
database, is renowned for its
impressive detail and clarity. As
well as Collins’ successful map
publishing, the company also offers
a wide range of customised and
bespoke mapping products.
Contact: Amanda Sim,
Geo Sales Support Executive
Cc||its Gec, H~tpetCc||its Pub|ishets,
Wes|ethi|| Rc~d, Bishcpbtijjs,
G|~sjcw G64 2OT
T: -44 (0)141 306 3606
E: ~t~td~.sit«h~tpetcc||its.cc.ul
collins.co.uk
Morris Visitor
Publications
Morris Visitor Publications (MVP)
in Europe is the leading publisher
of visitor magazines for the
domestic and international leisure
and corporate traveller markets.
Distribution includes hotels, in-flight
services and key travel outlets.
MVP publishes just under five
million magazines, guides and maps
annually in London and also offers
customised and bespoke
publishing products.
Contact: Andrew Turner,
Group Sales Director
2td F|cct, 233 Hijh Hc|bctt,
lctdct WC1V 7DN
T: -44 (0)20 7611 7891
E: ~tdtew.|uttet«tcttiseutcpe.cct
morrisvisitorpublications.com
Time Out
For more than 40 years, Time
Out has been London’s leading
listings magazine covering arts and
entertainment across the capital.
In addition to news, interviews
and previews, Time Out produces
comprehensive listings of what’s
going on in London. Available every
Wednesday from newsagents, price
£2.99 (at time of going to print).
Contact: Mark Elliott, Managing Director
Utivets~| Hcuse, 251 Tc||eth~t Ccut|
Rc~d, lctdct W1T 7AB
T: -44 (0)20 7813 3000
F: -44 (0)20 7813 6001
timeout.com
Telephone
services
fonmigo
fonmigo offers international
travellers mobile communication
solutions while in the UK. fonmigo
Smartphones or Mobile Wi-Fi can
be delivered to customers before
they fly – allowing them to be fully
connected as soon as they land.
With its exceptionally low rates
consumers save up to 80 per cent
on US roaming fees.
36, 88-90 H~||ct G~tdet,
lctdct EC1N 8PN
T: -44 (0)80 8204 0342
E: it|c«|cttijc.cct
fonmigo.com
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London City Airport (LCY)
T: -44 (0)20 7646 0088
londoncityairport.com
The airport has a dedicated station
in Zone 3 on the Docklands Light
Railway. Fares from £2.40; journey
time around 22 mins to Bank.
London Luton Airport (LTN)
T: -44 (0)1582 405 100
london-luton.com
Luton Airport Parkway railway
station is near the airport, and a
regular shuttle bus service connects
them. Fare £1; journey time 10 mins.
To London by rail
First Capital Connect operates
up to eight trains an hour to
St Pancras International, Farringdon
and City Thameslink. Fares from £12
single; journey time from 35 mins.
firstcapitalconnect.co.uk
East Midlands Trains operates
a regular rail service to St Pancras
International. Fares from £11.90
single; journey time from 23 mins.
eastmidlandstrains.co.uk
To London by coach
Green Line operates three
coaches an hour to Baker Street,
Marble Arch and Victoria. Fares
from £14 single; journey time
1 hour 15 mins.
greenline.co.uk
easyBus operates from every 15
minutes to Baker Street (1 hour 10
mins) and Victoria (1 hour 20 mins).
Online fares from £2 single.
easybus.co.uk
London Stansted Airport (STN)
T: -44 (0)844 335 1803
stanstedairport.com
To London by rail
Stansted Express operates up to
four trains an hour to Liverpool Street
station. Fares from £18.80 single;
journey time from 45 mins.
stanstedexpress.com
To London by coach
National Express runs three
coach services an hour into London.
nationalexpress.com
easyBus runs a service every 20-
30 minutes to Baker Street Tube
station (1 hour 15 mins). Online
fares from £2 single, walk-up fare
£10. easybus.co.uk
Terravision Express Shuttle runs
two coaches an hour to Liverpool
Street and Victoria Coach Station.
Fares from £9 single; journey time
55 mins to Liverpool Street and
1 hour 15 mins to Victoria.
terravision.eu
You can also take taxis from and to
all airports – check their websites
for more details
This section details the various types of transport available, giving
information on getting from the airports, and how to get around London.
There are also listings for different transport companies, whether you’re
travelling by road, rail, river, or cycling and walking. Wherever possible,
map references are included to the right of the listing. See page 108 for
a map of London.
Our visitors’ website visitlondon.com is also a valuable source of
information. Just click on Travel to access lots of information on public
transport, as well as a route planner to help you get to particular areas
or attractions.
London’s waterways and vast public transport network
allow easy access to a variety of sightseeing options. For details of
sightseeing companies, tailor-made tours by car, coach or on foot, and
tour guides, see the listings on pages 97.
Transport
With so many ways to get to and around London,
sightseeing has never been easier

Get ting
here
London Gatwick Airport (LGW)
T: -44 (0)844 335 1802
gatwickairport.com
To London by rail
Gatwick Express runs four trains
an hour to Victoria station. Fares
from £15.20 single; journey time
30 mins. As with all airport transport
services, check the website for
departure times.
gatwickexpress.com
Southern operates three trains
hourly to Victoria station. Fares
from £11.30 single; journey time
around 40 mins. southernrailway.com
First Capital Connect runs up
to four trains an hour to Blackfriars/
London Bridge. Fares from £8.90
single; journey time 35 mins.
firstcapitalconnect.co.uk
To London by coach
There is an hourly coach service
to Victoria Coach Station run by
National Express Coaches.
Fares from £7.50 single; journey time
1 hour 30 mins.
nationalexpress.com
easyBus runs a service every
20 minutes to Earls Court/West
Brompton. Online fares from £2
single, walk-up fare £10; journey
time 1 hour 5 mins.
easybus.co.uk


London Heathrow Airport (LHR)
-44 (0)844 335 1801
heathrowairport.com
To London by Tube
The Piccadilly line connects all
five Heathrow terminals with central
London. Fares from £4.50 single
(from £2.40 with an Oyster card);
journey time about an hour.
tfl.gov.uk/tube
To London by rail
Heathrow Express runs four
non-stop trains an hour to and from
London Paddington station. Fares
from £16.50 single; journey time
15-20 mins. Travelcards and Oyster
cards are not valid on this service.
heathrowexpress.com
Heathrow Connect runs between
Heathrow and Paddington via five
stations in West London. Trains run
every 30 mins. Fares from £7.90
single; journey time 25 mins.
heathrowconnect.com
To London by coach
National Express runs three
services every hour to Victoria Coach
Station. Fares from £5 single;
journey time 40 mins.
nationalexpress.com
To London by bus
There are no direct bus services to
central London by day. However,
Night Bus N9 runs to Aldwych via
Trafalgar Square and High Street
Kensington. Services every 20 mins.
Fare £2 single; journey time
around 1 hour 5 mins.
tfl.gov.uk/buses
Greater London & airport locations
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T: -44 (0)843 218 6186
eurostar.com
Frequent daily services from Paris
(journey time 2 hours 15 mins) and
Brussels (1 hour 51 mins) bring
travellers to St Pancras International
Station - connecting straight into the
National Rail network and the TfL
bus and Underground systems.

Getting
around
Travel information
The Transport for London
website tfl.gov.uk provides
information on all modes of
London transport, see tfl.gov.uk/
gettingaround. For 24-hour travel
info call -44 (0)843 222 1234.
TfL also has a network of Travel
Information Centres located in
stations throughout the city including
Euston, Piccadilly Circus, Heathrow
Airport, Victoria and Liverpool Street.
These are great points of contact
for visitors who need to plan their
onward journeys. For locations go to
visitlondon.com/welcome
Travel tickets and information are
also available at Britain & London
Visitor Centre at 1 Regent Street,
near Piccadilly Circus.
Journey Planner is a useful
website that tells you the best routes
to and from specific locations, by rail,
Tube, bus or on foot, and it’s available
in 19 languages. See
tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner
For further information on
London’s attractions, and to plan
your own itineraries online, go to
visitlondon.com/explorer
Underground
There are 11 colour-coded Tube
lines. Most operate 05.00-00.30
Mon-Sat and 07.30-23.30 Sun. It’s
cheaper and less crowded to avoid
the rush hour and travel after 09.30.
The network is divided into nine
zones – Zone 1 is the central area.
Before your journey always check
whether there are any planned
engineering works, especially at
weekends.
Call -44 (0)843 222 1234 or see
tfl.gov.uk/check
Buses
Some routes are especially good
for sightseeing, such as routes
8 and 11, and services 9 and
15 use heritage Routemasters
(heritage red double-deckers)
during the day. Most bus services
operate from 05.00-00.30 daily,
with many routes now operating
24-hour services. Tickets must be
purchased before boarding a bus
in Zone 1. They are available from
ticket machines at bus stops and
cost £2 – although visitors may find
it easier and cheaper to buy
a Travelcard or Oyster card.
Docklands Light Railway
The DLR connects the City and the
Underground network with
Docklands and Maritime Greenwich.
Services operate from 05.30 to
00.30 and tickets must be
purchased before boarding a train.
tfl.gov.uk/dlr
National Rail
Trains are useful for reaching places
not served by the Underground.
The main central London train
stations are Euston, Waterloo,
Victoria, Paddington, King’s Cross, St
Pancras International, London Bridge,
Liverpool Street and Charing Cross.
Call -44 (0)8457 48 49 50 or
-44 (0)20 7278 5240.
nationalrail.co.uk or thetrainline.com
Coaches
Victoria Coach Station is a major
hub for various UK and international
coach services.
nationalexpress.com or
eurolines.co.uk
River services
For information on the great places
you can visit by boat, including prices
and routes, check out tfl.gov.uk/river
and visitlondon.com/river
Taxis
London’s famous black cabs offer
a safe and reliable door-to-door
service. Taxis can be hailed on the
street when the yellow light is on,
or at designated taxi ranks. Fares
are regulated, and all drivers and
vehicles are licensed by the Public
Carriage Office. tfl.gov.uk/pco
Minicabs
Private hire companies or ‘minicabs’
cannot be hailed on the street; they
must be booked by telephone or in
person at the operator’s base. To
check if an operator is licensed, call
-44 (0)845 602 7000 or go to
tfl.gov.uk/pco – we advise against
getting into a vehicle that is not
licensed, or if the driver approaches
you in the street. Text CAB to
60835 to get the phone numbers
of three local, licensed minicab
companies sent to your mobile
phone (costs vary).
Congestion Charge
If your clients are driving in central
London between 07.00 and 18.00
Mon-Fri (except public holidays),
they will need to pay the
Congestion Charge. The charge
is £8 per day, which must be paid
either in advance or on the day
of travel. If paid by midnight the
following day, the charge is £10.
Payment can be made without
registering, at cclondon.com, by
calling -44 (0)845 900 1234 or
sending an SMS to 81099.
All prices correct at time of
going to print (September
2010), but are subject
to change
Green London
The most environmentally friendly way to travel around the city is on foot
or by bike. In the past two years, millions of pounds have been invested in
cycling in the city, and the Barclays Cycle Hire scheme lets you hire a
bike within central London. For more details see tfl.gov.uk/cycling
Walking is also a great way to see London, and 109 journeys between
neighbouring central London Underground stations are actually quicker
on foot than the Tube! Look out for Legible London on-street signs to help
you on your way.
It’s also a good idea to offset the carbon emissions created by a flight
here. For more ideas on travelling green, go to visitlondon.com/green.
Tickets to travel
Single fares are available for any
journey at ticket machines, however,
it’s cheaper to get an Oyster card.
Your clients can also purchase
single tickets and Travelcards in
advance at groundline.com
Oyster Cards
The Oyster card is London’s
travel smartcard and is the easiest
and cheapest way to pay to travel
around London whether your
clients are using Tube, bus, tram,
DLR, London Overground or
National Rail services.
Ticket Types
Oyster can store season tickets
(Travelcards) as well as credit for
single journeys (pay as you go),
and cards are reusable. When a
Travelcard expires, or the pay as
you go credit is getting low, your
clients can add another Travelcard
or more credit at over 4,000 outlets
in London.
With pay as you go, your clients
can travel as many times as they
like in a day and the daily price cap
means that they will never pay more
than the price of an equivalent One
Day Travelcard.
Where to buy
Your clients can save time by
buying an Oyster before they arrive
in London at visitlondon.com/oyster
or get one when they arrive
from Tube or selected National
Rail stations.
Using Oyster
To ensure they pay the correct fare
on Tube, DLR, London Overground
and National Rail services, your
clients must always touch in on the
yellow reader at the start of their
journey and touch out at the end.
On buses and trams they only need
to touch in at the start.
For further information about
Oyster including fares, travelling
with children and using Oyster on
River Services and National Rail,
go to oyster.tfl.gov.uk
Walk this way
Need a map to help you explore?
Keep an eye out for the new Legible
London posts like this one springing
up on London streets. They’re
designed to help you find your way
around. For more information, see
legiblelondon.info
Transport
companies
River/canal boat
organisations
British Waterways 4D
London
British Waterways owns and
manages around 100 miles of
London’s waterways, including the
Grand Union and Regent’s Canals,
the docks surrounding Canary
Wharf, and the rivers Lee and Stort
in East London. Call or email for a
free pass and travel trade guide to
events and days out.
Contact: Nerissa Bryden,
Marketing Manager
1 She|dct Squ~te, P~dditj|ct Cet|t~|,
lctdct W2 6TT
T: -44 (0)20 7985 7200
F: -44 (0)20 7985 7201
E: etquities.|ctdct«bti|ishw~|etw~vs.cc.ul
britishwaterways.co.uk/london
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Transport
service
providers
Carbon Voyage 2T
Carbon Voyage provides a service
to reduce the financial cost and
environmental impact of travel. The
software allows users to compare
transport options and book travel,
finding opportunities to fill empty
journeys, share trips and use low-
carbon transport alternatives.
Contact: James Swanston
35 Kitjs|~td Rc~d, lctdct E2 8AA
T: -44 (0)844 669 4444
T: -44 (0)7545 258 758
E: it|c«c~tbctvcv~je.cct
E: j~tes.sw~ts|ct«c~tbctvcv~je.cct
carbonvoyage.com
DAT Direct Airport Transfers
Servicing all London airports and
UK ports, DAT has the resources to
help with your clients’ transfers. With
a fleet of over 200 vehicles, DAT can
cater for any number of passengers,
and, with competitive rates, are your
best travel partners.
Contact: Stuart Wiseman
18 O|ivet Busitess P~tl, O|ivet Rc~d,
lctdct NW10 71B
T: -44 (0)20 3357 3916
F: -44 (0)20 8961 2277
E: s|u~t|«ditec|~itpct||t~ts|ets.cct
directairporttransfers.com
Groundline
Official International Distributor
for London Travelcards and the
increasingly popular London
Travelcard vouchers to the travel
trade and conference market. In
addition, Groundline can supply
many other products and services
including airport rail transfers and
tickets to major attractions. Offices
worldwide – see website.
Contact: Mike Franks, Director
4 E|twccd, Ctccl|ctd l~te,
Chiteh~t P~tl, H~t|s RG24 8WG
T: -44 (0)1256 374 299
T: (Eutcpe) -41 61 272 3434
F: -44 (0)1256 708 868
E: ctdets«|ctdct-|t~ve|c~tds.cct
london-travelcards.com (public)
globalcitycards.com (trade)
groundline.com
Transport
organisations
Coach Tourism Council
The Coach Tourism Council, with
nearly 300 members, is the UK’s
leading organisation promoting
travel and tourism by coach.
Contact: Chris Wales, Chief Executive
10 Bettctdsev Exch~tje, 179-181
Bettctdsev S|tee|, lctdct SE1 3UW
T: -44 (0)870 850 2839
F: -44 (0)20 7407 6880
E: ~dtit«cc~ch|cutistccutci|.cc.ul
findacoachholiday.com
Car hire
holiday autos
holiday autos is the world’s largest
and leading leisure car hire broker.
Launched in 1987, the company
revolutionised the car rental industry
– as the first broker to offer fully
inclusive low-cost pre-paid car hire
in over 5,000 locations worldwide.
Vic|cti~ G~|e, Chcbh~t Rc~d,
Wclitj Suttev, GU21 61D
T: -44 (0)871 472 5172
F: -44 (0)871 472 5228
E: s~|essuppct|«hc|id~v~u|cs.cc.ul
holidayautos.co.uk/visitlondon
Sixt rent a car
Downtown London locations are
easily accessible by public transport,
with locations at Heathrow, Stansted
and Gatwick Airports. The fleet
comprises brand-new vehicles
of premium, well-known brands
such as Mercedes-Benz, Audi,
Volkswagen and Ford. Cars stay on
fleet for no more than six months,
so customers always rent vehicles
in the best possible condition.
Service quality and a strong service
mentality are core values for all
Sixt staff, who offer a competent,
comprehensive and local,
friendly service.
Contact: Per Voegerl,
Commercial Director
Dutt~t| Hcuse, 47 Hc|vwe|| S|tee|,
Ches|et|ie|d, Detbvshite S41 7S1
T: -44 (0)1246 506 272
F: -44 (0)1246 506 118
E: pet.vcejet|«six|.cct
sixt.co.uk
Chauffeurs
Central Chauffeur Services
Providing ground transportation
UK-wide, including airport, port,
hotel or office, tours, roadshows and
events, coach bus travel for groups.
Open 24/7 with a freephone
number 0800 565 8616. Major
cards accepted; drivers are PCO
registered; fully insured.
Contact: Bookings Team
23 Ci|v Rc~d, lctdct EC1Y 1AE
T: -44 (0)800 565 8616
T: -44 (0)1895 622 226
F: -44 (0)1895 639 999
E: bcclitjs«cet|t~|ch~u||eut.cct
centralchauffeur.com
Tristar Worldwide
Chauffeur Services
Tristar is one of the world’s leading
ground transportation providers,
completing over 500,000 journeys
a year in over 70 countries
worldwide. The dedicated events
team provide planning and on-site
support for any size of event,
anywhere in the world.
Contact: Daniel Stener, Events and
Roadshow Manager
Uti|s 1 & 2 Hct|ct Rc~d, Wes| Dt~v|ct,
Midd|esex UB7 8BO
T: -44 (0)1895 432 130
F: -44 (0)1895 432 098
E: d~tie|.s|etet«|tis|~twct|dwide.cct
tristarworldwide.com
Coaches
easyBus Ltd
Operates a low-cost, high-frequency
Airport Transfer Bus service
providing ‘value for money’ and
a green transport alternative
currently between central London
and Luton, Stansted and Gatwick
airports. Customers reserve and pay
for their seats starting from
£2 in advance through the
easyBus website.
Contact: Derek Wilson
e~svBus Hcuse, Nct|h Citcu|~t Rc~d,
P~tl Rcv~| Wes|, lctdct NW10 7XP
T: -44 (0)20 8865 2917
E: detelw«e~svbus.cc.ul
easybus.co.uk
Peter Carol Prestige
Coaching
A unique range of fully tabled
business class luxury coaches
with fine leather upholstery and
seating for 8-30 guests. Modern
executive coaches from 40-47
seats also available. All vehicles
are air-conditioned and luxuriously
appointed. Unrivalled service.
Business and VIP travel specialists.
Contact: Coach Charter Department
B~t|ie|d Hcuse, Whi|chutch,
Btis|c| BS14 0XD
T: -44 (0)20 7831 7671
F: -44 (0)1275 835 604
E: tebecc~«pe|etc~tc|.cc.ul
luxurycoach.co.uk
Rail operators
East Coast
East Coast trains link Scotland,
North East England, Yorkshire and
the East Midlands with London.
Contact: Rob Payne, Head of Marketing
E~s| Cc~s| Hcuse, 25 Sle|detj~|e,
Yctl YO1 6DH
T: -44 (0)8457 225 225
F: -44 (0)8457 225 222
eastcoast.co.uk
Eurostar
TM

With frequent services to London St
Pancras from Paris (2h15), Brussels
(1h51), Lille (1h20) and Disneyland
Paris (2h50), Eurostar
TM
will bring
you right to the heart of the city in
style and comfort. Choose from
three different classes of service
tailored to your needs and budget –
Business Premier, Standard Premier
or Standard class, and experience
train travel at 186mph!
S| P~tct~s lt|ett~|ict~|, P~tct~s Rc~d,
lctdct NW1 2OP
T: -44 (0)843 218 6186 (jetet~|
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T: -44 (0)844 822 4800 (jtcup
bcclitjs)
E: jtcups«eutcs|~t.cct
eurostar.com
Airlines/Airports
bmi
bmi is the second largest airline at
London Heathrow. In addition to
covering the UK and Ireland, it also
covers key international business
destinations including Moscow,
Riyadh, Cairo and more across
Europe, the Middle East, Central
Asia and Africa.
PO Bcx 7656, leices|et lE18 5TB
T: -44 (0)1332 648 181
F: -44 (0)1709 314 993
E: btu«||vbti.cct
flybmi.com
British Airways
British Airways carries its customers
between more than 175 cities in
over 83 countries. Its unique
services have won many awards.
Contact: Jane Baggott, Marketing
Communications
W~|etside, PO Bcx 365,
H~ttctdswct|h, Wes| Dt~v|ct,
Midd|esex UB7 0GB
T: -44 (0)870 8509850
ba.com
London Stansted Airport
The UK’s third largest airport,
handling 20 million passengers,
Stansted serves more than 150
destinations in over 30 countries.
To keep updated about the latest
destinations served and more, visit
stanstedairport.com
Contact: Paul Haynes, Airline, Route
& Marketing Manager
S|~ts|ed Aitpct| l|d, P|~ttitj Dep|,
Et|etptise Hcuse, S|~ts|ed Aitpct|,
Essex CM24 1OW
T: -44 (0)1279 662 781
F: -44 (0)1279 662 061
E: p~u|¸h~vtes«b~~.cct
stanstedairport.com
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Bayswater Road 6C Bayswater Road W8 Opposite St Petersburgh Place Euro Carparks +44 (0)870 907 9777
ZSL London Zoo 1H Regent’s Park NW1 Enter by Gloucester Slips Operations +44 (0)20 7449 6235
Old Kent Road – 709 Old Kent Road SE15 Martins Mini Coaches +44 (0)20 7732 1000
New Covent Garden
Market
12L Nine Elms Lane SW8
New Covent Garden , 16 bays,
15 mins free, £6 per hour
+44 (0)20 7720 2211
Tower Hill
(for Tower of London)
6T Lower Thames Street EC3
£10 per hour Apr-Sep,
£20 overnight 17.00-09.00
Apcoa Parking +44 (0)870 241 7492
Victoria 8M
Green Line Coach Terminal
Bulleid Way SW1
8 bays, max 2 hours 20.00-07.59,
£10 per 12 hours
Westminster CC +44 (0)20 7005 0055
Warwick Road 10A Warwick Road W14 Located under Tesco supermarket Meter Parking +44 (0)20 7244 7461
On-street coach meters/coach bays
Albany Street 2J NW1 2 spaces, max stay 4 hours Camden LBC +44 (0)20 7974 4646
Bedford Way 3L WC1 2 spaces Camden LBC +44 (0)20 7974 4646
Calthorpe Street 3N WC1 1 space Camden LBC +44 (0)20 7974 4646
Eastbourne Terrace 5D W2 3 spaces Westminster CC +44 (0)20 7005 0055
High Holborn (evenings) 5M WC1 3 spaces Camden LBC +44 (0)20 7974 4646
Montague Place 4L WC1 6 spaces Camden LBC +44 (0)20 7974 4646
Park Lane 7H SW1 20 spaces Westminster CC +44 (0)20 7005 0055
Queen Victoria Street 6Q EC4 3 spaces City of London +44 (0)20 7332 3553
St Paul’s Churchyard 6Q EC4 7 spaces City of London +44 (0)20 7332 3553
Silk Street 4R EC2 2 spaces City of London +44 (0)20 7332 3553
Temple Place 6P WC2 2 spaces Westminster CC +44 (0)20 7005 0055
Tothill Street 8L SW1 6 spaces Westminster CC +44 (0)20 7005 0055
Victoria Embankment 6P SW1 21 spaces (east), 4 spaces (west) Westminster CC +44 (0)20 7005 0055
London bus garages
where parking is available at certain times if pre-booked with manager
Area Map Ref Location Contact
Victoria Coach Station 10J Buckingham Palace Road SW1 +44 (0)20 7824 0015
Free coach bays (maximum 20 minutes)
Area Map Ref Location Information Operator Contact
Albert Embankment 10M, 11M
Between Vauxhall & Lambeth
Bridges in marked area
7 bays. Max stay 20 mins. No return
40 mins. 10.00-16.00

Albert Embankment 10M To view Houses of Parliament 40 mins max Lambeth LBC
Belvedere Road & Upper
Ground
8N
For London Eye, National Theatre
& Royal Festival Hall
Must prebook. Set down/pick up.
London Eye coach spaces.
+44 (0)870 990 8886
Cromwell Road 10E Outside museums & hotels
High Holborn 5M Free Coach Bays 3 bays 20 mins, 1 bay 2 hours
Lambeth Road 9M For Imperial War Museum Southwark LBC
Marylebone Road 3H Outside Madame Tussauds
English Grounds,
Morgans Lane
7T
Off Tooley Street, entrance in
Battle Bridge Lane
3 bays to serve Hay’s Galleria
& HMS Be||~s|
Park Lane 8H
Outside Grosvenor House, Hilton
Hotel & Wellington Museum
Westminster CC
Southwark Street &
Southwark Bridge Road
7R
For Tate Modern, Southwark
Bridge Road, Shakespeare’s
Globe Theatre & Vinopolis
Southwark LBC
Tower Hill Coach Park –
For Tower of London, Lower
Thames Street EC3
First 15 mins free.
EC3 for set-down/pick-up
Apcoa Parking +44 (0)870 241 7492
Victoria Embankment 6N, 8M
Outside Somerset House &
Westminster Pier

Coach parking
Coach parks in central London
For coach parking information prior to travel call the
Coach Drivers’ Helpline: T: -44 (0)845 604 0770
For more information and coach parking maps see
tfl.gov.uk/coachparking or contact CPT -44 (0)20 7240 3131
To request a printed copy of the Coach Parking map contact coaches@tfl.gov.uk
You don’t need a towel
to reserve this German sunbed.
(For exclusive travel rates and offers call 0844 249 1953)
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International St Martin’s Courtyard £-££ 73
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International Westfield London ££ 80
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Italian Essenza ££ 75
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Fire & Stone Spitalfields p78
Fire & Stone Westfield p80
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G Galileo’s Locanda Toscana p71
Galvin at Windows Restaurant p69
Garden Court Hotel p25
Geffrye Museum p51
Gem p81
Generator Hostel London p44
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Georgian House Hotel p37
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Getti Marylebone High Street p76
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68-86 Bar and Restaurant p75
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Addendum Restaurant and Bar p78
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Agenda p83
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Altitude London p50
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Ambassador Tickets p87
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Apex London Wall Hotel p28
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Axis Restaurant & Bar p77
Azura Bar & Restaurant p79
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Beduin p83
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belowzero restaurant + lounge p70
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Berjaya Eden Park Hotel p25
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BFI Southbank p84
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Billy Elliott The Musical p86
Bingham p34
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Blue Elephant p75
Bluebird Food Store and
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bmi p104
Boulevard Brasserie p72
Bowden Court p46
The Brasserie p74
Brasserie Roux p68
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British Waterways London p103
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Brook Green UK Ltd p97
Brown’s Hotel p19
Buckingham Palace p50
Burlington Arcade p94
Bushy Park p90
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C The Cadogan Hotel p16
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Café in the Crypt p72
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CameraTrails p66
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Holiday Villa Hotel p25
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Hotel Rafayel p34
Hotel Verta p35
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Imperial College London p44
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It’s Your London p63
J JAC Travel p99
Jack the Ripper and Ghost Walks p66
Jersey Boys The Musical p86
Jewel Covent Garden p81
Jewel Piccadilly p82
John Adams Hall Institute
of Education p43
John Dodgson House p43
John Lewis Oxford Street p93
Judith Blacklock Flower School
and Gallery of Floral Art p59
Jumeirah Carlton Tower p16
Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel p17
Jurys Inn Chelsea p26
Jurys Inn Croydon p34
Jurys Inn Heathrow p36
Jurys Inn Islington p32
Just St James p70
K K West Hotel & Spa p31
Kanaloa p83
Kensgate House p41
Kensington Gardens p90
The Kensington Hotel p26
Kensington House Hotel p32
Kensington Palace (HRP) p53
Kensington West p31
Kent House and Kent Hall Hotel p46
Kew Gardens (Royal
Botanic Gardens) p53
Kew Palace (HRP) p53
King’s College Hall p46
King’s Cross and the
Regent’s Canal p64
Kings Place p85
The Kingsley, by Thistle London p24
L La Porte des Indes p71
Lancaster London p24
The Landau p71
The Landmark London p30
Langham Hotel p19
The Langley p82
Langton Close p43
The Larder Restaurant
& Ruba Bar p77
Las Iguanas p77
Lee Valley Camping and
Caravan Park p47
Lee Valley Campsite p47
Lee Valley Regional Park p91
Leicester Square Bar
and Restaurant p74
Leisure Breaks p99
Leisure Quests p66
Liberty International GB Ltd p97
Little Venice p64
Live The City p66
The Livery p83
Lladró Boutique p93
The Lodge at Crystal Palace p40
The Loft p77
Londinium p77
The London Agent p47
The London Bicycle Tour Co. Ltd p66
London Bridge Experience p54
London Bridge Hotel p29
London Calling p100
London Canal Museum p54
London City Steps p66
The London Company p94
London Duck Tours p63
London Dungeon p54
The Merlin Entertainments
London Eye p54
London Eye River Cruise p64
London Glassblowing & Glass
Art Gallery p54
London Golf Club p89
London Heritage Travel p63
London Hilton on Park Lane p19
Tullett Prebon London
International Boat Show 2011 p62
London Jewellery School p89
London Jewellery Week p88
London Leisure Promotions
– The Ace Card p60
London Lodge Hotel p32
London Marriott Hotel
County Hall p30
London Marriott Hotel
Grosvenor Square p21
London Marriott West India Quay
Hotel & Executive Apartments p34
London Music Show 2011 p62
London Palladium Theatre p85
London RIB Voyages p64
London Sightseeing Pass p60
London Sightseeing Runs p67
London Stanstead Airport p104
London Symphony Orchestra p86
London Syon Park p34
London Transport Museum p54
London Treasure Hunts p66
London Urban Adventures p66
London Walks p66
London Waterbus Co Ltd p64
London Wetland Centre p54
The LongAcre p82
The Loop p82
Lord’s Tour (MCC) p59
LSE Bankside House p45
LSE Carr-Saunders Hall p42
LSE Grosvenor House Studios p43
LSE High Holborn p43
LSE Northumberland House p43
LSE Passfield Hall p43
LSE Rosebery Hall p44
Luton Hoo p37
LVPO p82
M Mad Hatter Hotel p30
Madame Tussauds p54
made p86
Maharaja Indian Restauant p74
Malmaison Brasserie p78
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park p16
The Mandeville p20
Marble Arch Inn p38
Marylebone Hall p45
The Marylebone Hotel p21
Masala Zone Bayswater p74
Masala Zone Camden Town p77
Masala Zone Covent Garden p72
Masala Zone Earls Court p75
Masala Zone Fulham p75
Masala Zone Islington p77
Masala Zone Soho p71
MasterChef LIVE p62
Masterpiece London 2011 p62
The May Fair p17
May Fair Bar p69
May Fair Spa p90
Maxima Training
Development Ltd p100
Max Rayne House p45
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill p72
Medieval Banquet p81
MEININGER City Hostel
& Hotel London p44
Mercure London City
Bankside Hotel p30
Meridian Ducks p63
Le Méridien Piccadilly p20
Mestizo Restaurant p76
The Metropolitan p20
Middle Temple p54
The Milestone Hotel p31
Millennium & Copthorne Hotels
at Chelsea Football Club p28
Millennium Bailey’s Hotel
London Kensington p28
Millennium Gloucester Hotel
& Conference Centre
London Kensington p26
Millennium Hotel
London Knightsbridge p17
Millennium Hotel
London Mayfair p20
Min Jiang London p75
The Minories p83
Mint Leaf Lounge & Restaurant p78
Mint Leaf Restaurant p71
Mirrors Restaurant Novotel
London St Pancras p76
Mix-Plan (UK) Ltd p99
Montague on the Gardens p22
Morden Hall Park (NT) p54
Morris Visitor Publications p101
Moti Mahal p72
The Carole Nash MCN
Motorcycle Show p62
MU Restaurant & Lounge p76
Museum of London p54
Museum of London Docklands p56
myhotel Bloomsbury p21
myhotel Chelsea p26
My Place Hotel p38
N National Army Museum p56
The National Café p80
The National Dining Rooms p80
The National Gallery p56
National Gallery Shops p93
National Geographic Store p93
National Maritime Musem p56
National Portrait Gallery p56
National Theatre p85
National Theatre
Backstage Tours p59
The National Trust (NT) p49
Natural History Museum p56
Natural History Museum Ice Rink p88
Navajo Joe Restaurant & Bar p72
New England Hotel p37
New London Theatre p85
New West End Company p99
Nippon Tuck p74
No. 41 p16
Noël Coward Theatre p85
The NoteWorthy Group p97
Nova Bar and Grill p70
Novello Theatre p85
Novotel London City South p30
Novotel London Excel p34
Novotel London Greenwich p34
Novotel London Paddington p25
Novotel London St Pancras p31
Novotel London Tower Bridge p29
Novotel London West p32
Novotel London Waterloo p30
O The O
2
p56, p79, p88
Oakfield Estates p42
Old Royal Naval College p56
Old Spitalfields Market p95
On Anon p82
One Aldwych p21
Opal p82
Original London Sightseeing Tour p63
Osterley Park and House (NT) p56
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OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar
and Brasserie p78
P Palace Theatre p85
Palm Court p70
Palm Court Brasserie p73
Palmers Lodge p46
Park Inn Heathrow p36
Park Inn Hyde Park p25
Park Inn London, Russell Square p22
The Park Lane Hotel p20
Park Plaza County Hall London p30
Park Plaza Riverbank London p30
Park Plaza Sherlock
Holmes London p20
Park Plaza Victoria London p17
Park Plaza Westminster
Bridge London p29
The Party Bus Limited p89
Pasaje del Terror p56
Pearl Restaurant and Bar p73
The Penthouse London p89
Pescatori p70
Pestana Chelsea Bridge
Hotel & Spa p26
Peter Carol Prestige Coaching p104
Peter Jones p93
Petrichor p70
PJ’s Bar & Grill p76
Planet Hollywood p71
Plaza on the River – Club
& Residence p29
Plum Bar and Grill Restaurant p76
Ponti’s p73
The Portrait Restaurant p80
Premier Tax Free p95
Premium Tours p63
Presidential Apartments
Marylebone p40
Prince Edward Theatre p85
Prince of Wales Theatre p85
Prism Restaurant p78
Punjab Restaurant p73
Q Queen Mary p46
Queens Ice and Bowl p89
The Queen’s Gallery p56
Queen’s House p56
Queen’s Theatre p85
R Radisson Blu Portman Hotel p21
Radisson Edwardian Berkshire p17
Radisson Edwardian
Bloomsbury Street Hotel p22
Radisson Edwardian Grafton p19
Radisson Edwardian Hampshire p21
Radisson Edwardian
Heathrow Hotel p36
Radisson Edwardian Kenilworth p21
Radisson Edwardian
Leicester Square p22
Radisson Edwardian
Mountbatten p22
Radisson Edwardian
New Providence Wharf p32
Radisson Edwardian Sussex p19
Radisson Edwardian Vanderbilt p26
Ramada Hotel & Suites
London Docklands p34
Ramsay Hall p43
The Really Useful
Group Theatres p86
Red House (NT) p57
Regent’s Park with Primrose Hill p91
Regent Street Association p99
Renaissance London
Chancery Court Hotel p21
Renaissance London
Heathrow Hotel p36
Rhodes House p38
Rich Mix p85
Richmond Park p91
Ripley’s Believe it or Not! p57
The Ritz London p20
Ritz Restaurant p71
Roast p78
Rockwell p70
Ronnie Scott’s p89
Royal Academy of Arts p57
The Royal Air Force Museum p57
Royal Albert Hall p85
The Royal Collection p49
Royal Garden Hotel p31
The Royal Horseguards p17
Royal Institute of
British Architects p76
Royal Mews p57
The Royal Mint p93
Royal Observatory Greenwich p57
Royal Opera House p85
The Royal Park Hotel p24
Royal Shakespeare Company p86
RS Hisp~tic|~ p81
Rubens At The Palace p17
Ruby Blue p82
The Rugby Store p94
S St Christopher’s Place
Restaurants p71
St Christopher’s Place Shops p95
St Christopher’s Village p45
St David’s & Norfolk Court p38
St Ermin’s Hotel p17
St George International:
Language School p100
St James’s Hotel & Club p16
St James’s Park p91
St Martin’s Courtyard p73, p95
St Martin-in-the-Fields p57
St Martins Lane p21
St Pancras Grand p76
St Paul’s Cathedral p57
SACO London – Holborn p40
Sadler’s Wells p85
Saint Georges Hotel p21
San Domenico House p26
Sanctuary House Hotel p17
SANDEMANs New
London Tours p66
Sanderson p20
Sandown Park Racecourse p89
The Savoy, A Fairmont
Managed Hotel p22
The Savoy Grill p73
Schafer House p45
Science Museum p57
SEA LIFE London Aquarium p53
Sea Shell of Lisson Grove p77
Searcy’s Restaurant at
the Barbican p80
See Tickets p87
Selfridges & Co p94
Seven Dials p95
Seven Dials Restaurant p73
Shadow Lounge p82
Shaka Zulu p77
Shakespeare’s Globe Exhibition
& Theatre Tour p59
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre p86
Sheba p79
Sheraton Park Tower p16
Shop & Dine London p95
Shop West End p95
Silver Fleet Woods River Cruises p64
Simpson’s-in-the-Strand p73
Sixt rent a car p104
Skylon p80
Smart Camden Inn p45
Smart Hyde Park Inn p44
Smart Hyde Park View p44
Smart Royal Bayswater Hostel p44
Smart Russell Square p44
Society of London Theatre p86
Sofitel London Heathrow p36
Sofitel St James London p17
Somerset House p57
Sound London p89
South Bank London p100
Southbank Centre p86
Southwark Rose Hotel p30
The Spa at Chancery Court p90
Spaghetti House p70, p72, p74, p76
Spectra p98
Spitalfields p94
Stamford Street Apartments p45
Stanley House Hotel p38
Sterling Travel Ltd p98
Sticky Fingers p76
Stomp p86
Strand Palace Hotel p22
Strawberry Moons p82
StrollOn Audio Guides p66
The Sumner p21
Superbreak Mini-Holidays Ltd p99
Sutton House (NT) p57
Sway p82
Swissôtel The Howard, London p22
T Take One Media Ltd p100
Take Two – London’s Premier
Voucher and Guide Book p60
Tamarind Restaurant p70
Templeton Place p41
Tate Britain p58
Tate Britain Restaurant p80
Tate Modern p58
Tate Modern Restaurant p80
Team London Bridge p100
Thames Clippers p64
Thames RIB Experience p64
Thames River Adventures Ltd p64
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane p86
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane
– Tours p59
Think Apartments – Earl’s Court p41
Think Apartments - Tower Bridge p42
Thistle City Barbican p29
Thistle Euston p31
Thistle Kensington Garden p25
Thistle Marble Arch p20
Thomas Exchange Global p100
Threadneedles p28
Tiger Green Brasserie p70
Tiger Tiger London p82
Time Out p101
tkts p87
Topsail Events & Charters p64
toptable.com p81
Torquay House p44
TourEast London p100
The Tower p28
Tower Bridge Exhibition p58
Tower of London (HRP) p58
Town Hall Hotel & Apartments p28
The Trafalgar p16
Travel Places p98
Travelodge Chessington Tolworth p35
Travelodge Gatwick Airport p36
Travelodge Heathrow Terminal 5 p37
Travelodge Kingston Upon
Thames Central p35
Travelodge London Battersea p35
Travelodge London City Road p29
Travelodge London City Airport p37
Travelodge London
Covent Garden p24
Travelodge London Docklands p34
Travelodge London Euston p31
Travelodge London Farringdon p24
Travelodge London Ilford p35
Travelodge London Kew Bridge p35
Travelodge London Kings Cross p24
Travelodge London Kings Cross
Royal Scot p24
Travelodge London
Liverpool Street p29
Travelodge London Marylebone p31
Travelodge London Southwark p30
Travelodge London Tower Bridge p29
Travelodge London Waterloo p30
Travelodge Uxbridge
Central Hotel p35
Travelodge Wembley p32
TRI Hospitality Consulting p100
Tristar Worldwide
Chauffeur Services p104
triyoga p90
TTT Moneycorp p100
Tuttons p74
Two Willow Road (NT) p58
Tylney Hall Hotel p36
U umi Hotel p25
V The V&A Museum
of Childhood p58
Vandon House Hotel p38
Verve p82
Victoria and Albert Museum p58
Village Prem London Elstree p35
Villandry p77
Vinopolis p58
W W London
- Leicester Square p20
The Waldorf Hilton p22
Walk Talk Tours p67
The Wall p83
Wallace Collection p58
The Warwick p82
Waterloo Brasserie p78
Way2GoGuides p67
Wedgewood Britain p98
Welcome Homes, Hotels
& Apartments p47
Wellcome Collection p58
Wembley Plaza Hotel p35
Wembley Stadium p88, p89
Wembley Stadium Store p94
Wembley Stadium Tour p60
WestEleven Restaurant p76
West End Theatre Bookings p87
Westfield London p80, p95
Westminster Abbey p58
Whatsonstage.com p87
WICKED p87
Wigram House Hall
of Residence p42
The William Blake p83
Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum p60
The Windermere p37
Windsor Castle p60
Winston Churchill’s Britain at
War Experience p58
Woburn Place p74
World Rugby Museum and
Twickenham Stadium Tours p60
World Travel Market p98
Wowcher p95
Wyndham Grand London
Chelsea Harbour p35
Wyndham’s Theatre p86
Y Yates’s p82
YHA Earls Court p44
YHA London Central p43
YHA London Holland Park p46
YHA London Oxford Street p43
YHA London St Pancras p45
YHA London St Paul’s p44
YHA London Thameside p46
Z The Zetter p79
Zia Teresa p76
Zoo Bar p82
ZSL London Zoo p59
Image: Peter Smith
historic
castle
royal
palace
family
home
windsor castle
official residence of the queen
Open daily March to October, 09:45–17:15 (last admission 16:00)
November to February, 09:45–16:15 (last admission 15:00)
Closed 22 April and 25 & 26 December
Travel by train from London Paddington or London Waterloo
+44 (0)20 7766 7304 www.royalcollection.org.uk
LYCeum theatre, london
Photo by Lois Greenfield. Kissy Simmons as ‘Nala’. ©Disney.
Call 0844 844 0005 or visit thelionking.co.uk

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