Getaway to London

London

If you’re looking to get away and visit a city with a bustling metropolitan feel, London tops the list. In fact, it’s been labeled the single most popular tourist destination in Europe 3 years in a row! When you’re travelling to a new place, it’s really easy to get preoccupied with all the wonderful attractions and landmarks, such as Tower Bridge, Parliament, the Eye of London and, of course, Buckingham Palace. However, it’s so very important to make sure that your living accommodations help to make your trip comfortable and memorable.

With a tourist population of well over 19 million per year, London has no shortage of incredible hotels and inns. The Mandarin Oriental, the Lanesborough, Claridge’s and the Lancaster top the list of the city’s most lavish and luxurious hotels. In fact, many of the iconic hotels in London are landmarks and attractions in and of themselves! The Savoy, for example, is a national historic landmark (built in 1889) and the city’s first hotel with en suite bathrooms and has an awe-inspiring view of the River Thames. Even if you’re not staying there, its simply a must see, if only to admire the architecture and walk its famous lobby. With unparalleled customer service, first-class amenities and some of the finest restaurants and room service in England, it’s easy to see why people flock from thousands of miles away for the experience.

When you’re on holiday or vacation, you want to feel relaxed and comfortable and a big part of that is where you lay your head at night. A good hotel will also have a friendly, knowledgeable staff that can provide you with honest and candid recommendations and tips on how to enjoy your surroundings to the fullest. You deserve to have your vacation go exactly the way you want it, and a good concierge can help you do just that. London is one of the most iconic and famous cities in the world, and it’s so important to get the most out of what the city has to offer and that includes a memorable stay in one of the best hotels in the world.