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Discover london’s secret locations with Sherlock Holmes & Radisson Edwardian hotels

To celebrate the release of “Sherlock Holmes”, the hit film starring Robert Downey Jr. as Britain’s most famous sleuth and currently in theaters across the UK, Radisson Edwardian hotels have joined forces with Visit Britain to invite tourists to discover the “paths trodden” by the legendary detective and, more recently, the film’s director, Guy Ritchie.

With the Radisson Edwardian’s 11 enviable addresses in central London and one in Manchester, it comes as no surprise that Sir Conan Doyle and Mr Ritchie’s choices of locations cross paths with the luxury Radisson Edwardian hotel group on a number of occasions--from 221B Baker Street, home to the Sherlock Holmes Museum (Radisson Edwardian Grafton) to Manchester Town Hall (Radisson Edwardian Manchester Free Trade Hall Hotel), which provided a suitably grand alternative to the real Houses of Parliament in the new movie.

 


Radisson Edwardian is offering a special Sherlock Holmes experience from 26 December 2009 to 25th February 2010 for guests looking to follow in the footsteps of the iconic character. To make a booking or find out more visit http://www.radissonedwardian.com.

From just £140 per room per night London guests can enjoy a weekend night’s stay, breakfast, 2 cinema tickets - to watch the latest blockbuster - 2 for 1 dining and a Sherlock Holmes Walking Book for them to discover the delights of London for themselves. For visitors to the UK’s second city, the Radisson Edwardian Manchester Free Trade Hall hotel is offering a night’s stay, breakfast, 2 cinema tickets, and a Manchester guided tour from £169 per room, per night.

Click here to download Sherlock Holmes and Radisson Edwardian as a PDF file.