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Greater London: Even Greater Than its Name Suggests


Greater London is an expansive region that comprises 33 districts in total; the City of London and 32 London Boroughs. Now while the city centre of London – with its endless amount of attractions, restaurants, bars and shops – is the main draw for many travellers, this doesn’t mean that other far reaching areas should be disregarded. In fact, with numerous popular boroughs such as Hackney and Haringey, and major venues like Twickenham Stadium and Wembley Stadium, there’s plenty to see and do beyond the city centre!



Central London Highlights


With an exciting mix of culture, tradition and the contemporary, central London is an exciting hub that is overflowing with attractions and things to do. In Westminster, there are world-famous landmarks such as Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey, while you can also explore the iconic and visually stunning Houses of Parliament. Head west and, as you pass tasty dining options, trendy bars and tempting shops, you will reach Hyde Park. Offering tranquillity from the unrelenting pace of the city centre, this famed park is the ideal place to unwind with a refreshing drink and ice cream. Take a quick ride on the London Underground and visit Soho, an eccentric place where you can enjoy a West End show and some of the best boutique stores in the capital. London is also a treasure trove for museums, with the British Museum, National Gallery and Victoria & Albert Museum being standouts in that regard. Whatever your tastes or requirements when travelling, London city centre will undoubtedly contain what you need!



Exploring the Boroughs


Now while central London and the bordering boroughs contain most of the capital’s major attractions, discovering the further afield areas of Greater London is certainly recommended. Positioned to the north of the centre is the elegant and historic Islington, popular for its dining and shopping options. Another highly regarded borough is Camden. Along with the southern end forming part of London’s centre, Camden is well-known for its markets, live music and international cuisine. Thanks to boasting attractions in the form of the National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory and O2 Arena, Greenwich – situated on the Thames’ south bank – is also a famed area of Greater London. For another example, Hackney is a diverse district that features an abundance of bars, restaurants and transport links – something that makes it a favourite with locals and travellers alike. Also note; hotels are naturally more expensive when it comes to the city centre, so staying in a suitable borough in Greater London will help keep hotel costs down!



Venues & Events


As you would probably expect, Greater London is home to an envious amount of venues where you can watch a live show. Numerous major football stadiums populate the region, where you can watch world-renowned teams such as Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea and even the national team play at their respective home grounds. Other sports are also well represented in London. Wimbledon, the most prestigious tournament in tennis, takes place annually at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, while Ascot Racecourse is one of the biggest venues for horseracing in the country. With the O2 Arena and Wembley Arena, the region also provides two of the biggest indoor arenas in the UK – which helps attract the biggest acts from around the world. For a more intimate setting, the legendary Royal Albert Hall also hosts a plethora of events throughout the year. And of course, no break in London is complete without enjoying a West End show! Here, you’ll find approximately 40 theatres that showcase the best in musicals, comedies and classic plays.



Quirky Things to Do


It’s no secret that Greater London is a hotbed when it comes to shopping, dining, drinking and revered attractions. Yet there are plenty of hidden secrets in the region that you might not know about. For example, you may recognise the ArcelorMittal Orbit sculpture in the Olympic Park, but did you know you can slide down the 178-metre monument in just 40 seconds!? At the Camden markets, you can sample some scientifically inventive ice cream from Chin Chin Labs. Oh, and a Gothic revival style establishment that is both a working church and live entertainment venue? Yes, London even has that in the form of Islington’s Union Chapel! Other quirky activities to seriously consider in Greater London include staying overnight at London Zoo, visiting the eccentrically fascinating Novelty Automation museum in Holborn, and be brave as you traverse Tower Bridge’s glass floor overlooking the road and river below.

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    Hotel Hotel Premier Inn London County Hall London

    Premier Inn London County Hall belongs to the Premier Inn chain, voted 'Chain of the Year' by the British Travel Awards. This centrally-located hotel is a stone's throw away from the London Eye and the historic County Hall building, making it ideal for those who want to be in the middle of the action. As with all Premier Inn hotels, you can expect a room with an en-suite bathroom, double bed, TV, tea and coffee making facilities and a desk. Hairdryers, irons and cots are also available upon request - at no extra charge. Breakfast is available in the morning at a slight additional cost and Thyme restaurant, featuring an extensive menu and conveniently located on the premises, will ensure that you do not go to bed hungry. If you are in the mood for a night cap then you can wind down at the fully-licensed bar for a drink at the end of the day. Premier Inn London County Hall also offers 4 meeting rooms, making this an ideal location for those traveling for business or pleasure. more

    Hotel The Langham London London

    The Langham London has welcomed the great and the good through its decadent doors for 150 years. Moreover, this prestigious five-star edifice holds the honour of being Europe's first ever 'grand hotel'. Guest rooms are elegantly attired and feature marble bathrooms with complementary robes and slippers. LCD TVs, safes, minibars, tea/coffee making facilities, and complementary in-room Wi-Fi come as standard. Guests can swim in the 16-metre long pool, pamper themselves in the Chuan Spa, or make use of the state-of-the-art fitness centre, complete with saunas and steam rooms. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. Gourmet dining of the highest order is the name of the game in the Roux at The Landau restaurant. Afternoon tea is served daily in the Palm Court. Cocktails are mixed every evening in Artesian, voted the 'World's Best Bar' by Drinks International. Both Oxford Street and Regent Street are right on the Langham's doorstep. This accommodation is also known as The Langham London England, Langham Hotel, Langham Hotel London, and Langham London. more

    Hotel wombat's CITY Hostel London London

    The growing reputation of Wombat’s City Hostel, London, is for luxury amenities in the traditional hostel setting. Originally a hostel for sailors, in the Victorian age, it has been transformed into a traveller’s haven. Clean and secure, every room contains a private shower, toilet facilities and a lockers. There are USB outlets and free Wi-Fi is readily available throughout the hostel. The hostel boasts a large, popular underground bar, a courtyard to relax in and a large lounge-style hang out in the lobby. While breakfast is not included, a kitchen is available, and the hostel is surrounded by eateries, as well as supermarkets. Ideally located in the centre of London, Wombat’s City Hostel is minutes away from Tower Bridge, the Tower of London and the City Hall, and a quick walk away from the popular nightlife of Shoreditch. Heathrow Airport is just 27 kms away. more

    Hotel The Royal National Hotel London

    Set opposite Russell Square, The Royal National Hotel offers travellers an ideal central London stop over in the vibrant neighbourhood of Bloomsbury, a six-minute walk from the British Museum. Rooms are air-conditioned and non-smoking for guest comfort. TVs, tea/coffee-making facilities, and a radio are included, while bathrooms are en-suite. Fridges are available on request. The hotel can accommodate special events like weddings, seminars, and small meetings, with free Wi-Fi accessible throughout the property. The day starts with a complimentary full English breakfast. A carvery lunch at Pavilion Roastery, stone-baked pizza's at Blooms Pizza Cafe, and fish and chips at London Pub offers travellers ample choice. The Coffee Place is ideal for fresh pastries, and The Meeting Place is an upscale lounge/bar. The landmark Sir Samuel Romilly Marker is less that a five-minute walk from The Royal National Hotel, while the lovely Tavistock Square Gardens is right opposite the hotel. more

    Hotel Travelodge London Central City Road London

    The picturesque Travelodge London Central City Road is a budget-friendly accommodation option for those wanting to stay in the centre of the city. Close to transport links, restaurants and shops, the hotel is just ten minutes away on foot from the popular area of Shoreditch. A flat-screen television, work desk and tea/coffee making facilities come as standard with every room at the Travelodge London Central City Road. Each room also contains an en-suite bathroom with complimentary toiletries and fresh towels. Free and paid Wi-Fi is supplied throughout the building. A 24-hour front desk is also on-hand to provide assistance whenever needed. The hotel features an on-site restaurant and bar. A breakfast buffet is served every morning, while a selection of tasty evening meals is also available The Old Street Underground Station is a five-minute walk from the property. The Museum of London is less than 15 minutes away on foot. more

    Hotel The Imperial Hotel London

    Overlooking Russell Square, The Imperial Hotel provides comfortable, practically equipped rooms in an accessible and central location. On select evenings, the hotel hosts jazz piano nights. Classically decorated rooms come with a flat-screen TV, radio, telephone and coffee/tea-making facilities. In addition, guests may request a mini fridge, trouser press, clothing iron or hair dryer. Laundry and dry-cleaning services can be arranged by the housekeeping department. Parking is available on site and complimentary Wi-Fi is accessible in all parts of the hotel. Atrium Bar & Cafe is open for all-day dining and afternoon tea. Guests can also enjoy a drink or breakfast at the contemporary Night & Day Bar, or opt for the retro-style Bar Barella's. The Imperial Hotel is less than a five-minute walk from The British Museum, and half a mile away from the Charles Dickens Museum. Platform 9 3/4, a must-visit for Harry Potter fans, is only a mile away from the hotel at King's Cross Station. more