London is an attractive city and offers a huge array of entertainment options. Tourists of all ages flock to the city throughout the year to enjoy its best offerings and have a lovely time here. The fact that there is something for every tourist makes this city highly desirable. An interesting aspect of visiting the city is that tourists can choose to stay close to their favourite attractions in the city. This is because all the tourist attractions in the city feature a huge array of tourist hotels London in their vicinity.
London is replete with attractive churches, museums, historical buildings, Royal Palaces and parks, shopping streets, restaurants, nightclubs and much more. Central London and the area around is the hub of a variety of famous tourist attractions. For instance, if you are a theatre lover, you must stay at any of the tourist hotels London in the city’s West End. You can also easily access the popular Shakespeare’s Globe theatre from your hotel.
Oxford Street is an obvious choice for tourist hotels London for shopaholics. The street houses over 500 shops out of which many are the flagship stores of reputed brands, such as Marks & Spencer, House of Fraser, John Lewis, Debenhams, Primark, Gap and Zara. A short walk from Oxford Street is the West End of London renowned for stores including Liberty, Hamelys, Apple, and Dickins & Jones. At a short distance is New Bond Street which is the most expensive retail location in Europe. This street is the London’s hub of fashion boutiques and world class jewellery shops. There are many old antique shops also.
Food lovers must choose to stay at tourist hotels London on Edgware Road which is popular for its various Middle Eastern restaurants. The road is also lined with many shisha cafes that are a major attraction for tourists. Paddington and Kensington are also popular choices for food lovers. While staying at Kensington tourist London Hotel, you can pay a visit to the famous museums in this area including Victoria and Albert, Natural History and Science museums. Those who enjoy spending quality time at exhibitions must lodge at hotels in the Earl’s Court area. The options are endless. Do some research in advance to choose the right hotel?