Experience London

  • Category: Art & Culture
  • Date: Monday, 01 January 0001

There's no better time to visit London town, with the recent announcement that the capital has topped the Best City list, as compiled on a bi-annual basis by Anholt-GFK City Brands Index. But rather than going for a daytrip, why not opt to stay in the capital for a proper London experience? A Knightsbridge experience, to be specific.

Stay at the Egerton House Hotel with our special offer that includes two nights accommodation and a bottle of chilled champagne upon arrival, among other extras. On top of this, there is the all-incredible capital to explore. You won't want to leave.

Music scene

London is known for its rich and vibrant arts and cultural scene, and its reputation where music is concerned is no exception. Just around the corner from the Egerton, you'll find the Royal Albert Hall, renowned for its strong connections to classical music. But as a progressive and exciting music venue, you'll find a plethora of genres on offer here, including pop, rock and experimental. Failing that, the acts at Wembley and the O2 Arena can't fail to excite, and you won't regret making time for the smaller and more intimate venues that attract new voices and up-and-coming talent.

Splendid sightseeing

With possibly the greatest concentration of awe-inspiring sights in Britain, sightseeing in London is a real treat. Whether you choose to wander the city getting up close and personal with its landmarks and marvels, or opt for the skyline splendour of the London Eye, you won't be disappointed with what the city has to offer. Witness the landmarks that appear in TV series' and films across the world - Tower Bridge, the Gherkin, Buckingham Palace - in short, all that makes London such a charismatic place.

Superb Shakespeare

Experience theatre the way it was meant to be seen, away from the glitz and glamour of the West End. The wonder of Shakespeare is that his stories were universal - and so is his theatre. Regular performances of the Bard's works are staged at the Globe in a delightfully accessible and extremely authentic programme. Afterwards, don't forget to visit the attached museum, which explores the Bard's link with his adopted city.