Enjoy for the New Year’s Eve in one of the biggest cities in the world, London
Book with us your package in London with a lot of hotel deals all over London
– Arrival at Hearthrow or Gatwick Ariport then take the transfer to the hotel
– Walking tour around the centeral london ( extra cost )
– Over night in London
Start with Marble Arch and explore the popular Hyde Park. We recommend going for a stroll through the park heading south to Wellington Arch. Walking through the adjacent woodland, Green Park, you will get to the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, where you will have to wait patiently until 11:30 am to witness the famous ceremony of the Changing the Guard (remember to check the dates before heading to Buckingham Palace to make sure the ceremony takes place).
After seeing the regiments and the bands, crossing another of London’s green lungs, St. James’s Park, you’ll get to Westminster Abbey. This visit will normally take you over two hours, but is the city’s most important landmark and is definitely worthwhile.
When you leave the abbey, head towards the River Thames, where you will spot the city’s main symbols; Big Ben and Westminster Palace.
Crossing Westminster Bridge, you’ll arrive at the London Eye, where you can enjoy the best views of the city. Before going up, you can stop for a quick bite to eat nearby.
After visiting the Millenium wheel it’ll be too late to see any other attractions, then heading to Knightsbridge and walking to Harrods, a world-famous department store and a great place to spend a couple of hours.
Piccadilly offers an excellent range of places for dinner.
We shall begin the day at the Tower of London. Since the visit will take you most of the morning, we recommend getting there as early as possible.
After exploring the Tower, you’ll have to cross the Tower Bridge to get to the south bank of the River Thames. On the right-hand side, you’ll see the City Hall, and a little further along you’ll find the warship HMS Belfast. You won’t be able to visit these landmarks for lack of time, but can leave it for a second visit to London.
then going to Camden Town and discover one of London’s most striking and authentic neighbourhoods. Camden Town is an area with plenty of shops and stalls, where you’ll also find international street food stands.
then we will get to the British Museum, one of the world’s most famous museums. Some of the top attractions are the Rosetta stone, Nereid Monument and the section on Egypt.
Finishing with the cultural part of the day, it is time to visit two of the most important shopping streets that are also packed with restaurants and theatres; Oxford Street and Regent Street. Firstly, head to Oxford Street and then to Regent Street and you’ll finally get to Piccadilly Circus, one of London’s best-known squares.
we can have dinner in this area or if you like Asian cuisine, head to Chinatown, which is close by and has a unique atmosphere. Here, you’ll find dozens of authentic Chinese restaurants.
We will start our tour with Trafalgar Square, one of London’s most distinguished squares. After wandering around and taking a few photos, head to the neoclassical building that looks onto Trafalgar Square. This is the National Gallery, one of the UK’s most important and well-known museums that houses a collection of over 2,300 paintings.
After visiting the museum, head northeast on foot till you get to the charming neighbourhood of Covent Garden, an area full of shops, theatres and restaurants, where you’ll easily find a restaurant of your liking and spend the rest of the afternoon
Check out from the hotel and take the transportation to the Airport to catch up your flight
- - Hotel Accomodation 3 stars downtown hotels
- - Airport Meet and Assist
- - Airport Transfer
- - Flight Ticket
- - Tour Tickets
- - Transportation
Our charming Victorian townhouse hotel is located right next to Swiss Cottage underground station and just a few minutes from the West End by Tube, bus or London taxi.Our hotel has excellent links to the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras and many tourist attractions, such as Regent’s Park, Madame Tussauds, Big Ben, The O2 Arena and Wembley Stadium.
We are our guests personal favourites when visiting the Camden Roundhouse,Home of Cricket – Lords or the London Zoo.
Bus stops to Luton and Stanstead Airport are 5 minutes walk from the hotel.
The pleasant, residential neighborhood of Swiss Cottage enjoys a conveniently central location, while being sheltered from the city traffic and noise, in a leafy residental street.
The lounge, both function suites and all of the bedrooms are decorated with objects d’art, period furniture, exquisite paintings and fine tapestries. The charming surroundings, complimented by friendly and attentive staff, create a warm and relaxing atmosphere reminiscent of a private country house rather than a London hotel.
Once you stay at our hotel, it will become your favourite place in London for years to come.