Visit London, experience the world for up to 30% less when you stay three nights or more
London is a truly diverse metropolis, rich in history and heritage, shaped by all the varied cultures that call the capital their home. Experiencing all of this has never been easier as fully vaccinated visitors no longer need a negative Covid test, or have to isolate on arrival to the UK.To immerse yourself in all of London's distinct districts and soak up all the diverse cultures, you’ll need more than one night. Choose our stay longer on us offer and you get 20% off your normal rate if you stay for three nights or more. Stay even longer on us with 25% off stays of four nights or more, or 30% off stays of seven nights or more. View the latest UK entry requirements.
- On the doorstep of St Ermin’s Hotel is one of London’s prettiest parks, St James’s. Take a stroll by the lake, looking out for the famous pelicans, descendants of a pair that came all the way from Russia in 1664.
- On the far side of the park, Trafalgar Square’s huge lions offer a mini safari in the heart of the city.
- Next take a trip to France via the paintings of Monet, Cézanne and Van Gogh in the National Gallery, overlooking the square, before jumping on the tube to Paddington where Regent’s Canal runs through the Little Venice neighbourhood.
- Walk the towpath or rent a ‘gondola’ at GoBoat and be the captain of your own ship, puttering past the mansions of Regent’s Park and London Zoo – African warthogs and giraffes are often visible.
- Finish off the day with an Arabian night, dining in one of the Middle Eastern restaurants along Edgware Road.
- Make your first stop the British Museum, a United Nations of history and culture. Wander from Greece to Egypt to India to Mexico as you get lost in the museum’s dozens of galleries.
- If your world tour leaves you hungry, then Chinatown is just a short walk away, offering the chance to refuel in restaurants serving food from across the country’s different provinces.
- After a spot of shopping in the international boutiques that fill Covent Garden’s piazza and surrounding streets, head to the City, the oldest part of London and home to St Paul’s Cathedral and the skyscrapers of the financial district.
- You can venture to the top of one of these skyscrapers, the Walkie Talkie, where the terraced gardens make you feel like you’re wandering in a tropical rainforest while the capital spreads out in all directions below you.
- Given that it was the Romans who founded London almost two thousand years ago, it’s only right to round off the day with some Italian food, and there’s nowhere better than Eataly, a food hall next to Liverpool St Station dedicated to some of the best food and drink that country produces.
- Time to head south of the river and the cultural and eating hub that is the South Bank. The Royal Festival Hall here has concerts from artists from around the world.
- A few minutes away, the National Theatre’s three stages put on a similarly eclectic mix of plays.
- For something quintessentially British, Shakespeare’s Globe has several of the Bard’s works performed on its replica Tudor stage every season.
- Next door you can take a trip to twentieth-century America with the art of Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Roy Lichtenstein in Tate Modern, before embarking on another global adventure in Borough Market, London’s oldest food market and the place to try everything from Spanish tapas to Taiwanese buns.
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Ts & Cs: 20% offer applies to stays of three nights or more. Stay four nights or more and receive 25% off, or 30% off when you stay seven nights or more. Subject to availability. Offer can be withdrawn at any time.