28 Feb 2014

The 5 Best Free Apps for Exploring London Comments Off  

Mobile technology certainly makes being a tourist a whole lot easier. Type in ‘London’ to your app store and you’ll likely get 100s-1000’s of results, many of which are really good and many more that are not so great. To save you time, we’ve listed just the best of the best for the activities that…

17 Jan 2014

Top 5 Ways to Celebrate Shakespeare’s Birthday 0  

2014 marks the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth, well technically 23rd April 2014 does, and England is putting on a year-long celebration of all things Shakespeare to mark the occasion. Here are our top 5 ways to celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday in London in 2014 See a Shakespearean Play Still the most famous playwright the world has…

08 Jul 2013

Exploring London by bus – the best routes to see all the sights 0  

The public transport system in London is vast and can be very confusing, especially on the underground, so avoid the tube and hop on a bus. It doesn’t have to be an expensive hop-on, hop-off bus – make like a Londoner and take advantage of these fantastic routes that go past all the sights you…

28 Jul 2011

School holiday special: Things to do this week in London 0  

We’ve got loads of cool things for you to check out this week, recommended by our staff: – Check out the ‘Living Wall’ by the National Gallery (from Daniel McDonagh at Radisson Edwardian hotel in Leicester Square) A curious creation can be found and admired in the vicinity of Radisson Edwardian Leicester Square, mounted on the…

23 Mar 2011

Shopping in Marble Arch – the hidden village 0  

At the Sussex hotel in Marble Arch, we love shopping and we’re perfectly located bang in the centre of shopping heaven. Thirty seconds from our front door are all the delights of Oxford Street, Marble Arch and Bond Street. But here’s a little secret…behind the hustle and bustle of the high street, there’s a hidden…

11 Mar 2011

Things to do in and around Camden Passage 0  

Camden is a hub for creativity and shopping, but there are some great hidden gems in Camden Passage, a little market hidden in the backstreets of Islington that you may miss if you head straight to the famous Camden Market. Camden Passage is famous for it’s antiques shops and boutiques – here’s a few places to…