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An epicentre for culture, fashion, music and business, London is one of the most visited cities in the world and has provided a backdrop for movies and countless sporting events including Wimbledon, the London 2012 Olympics and the annual Notting Hill Carnival.
The Big Smoke, as it has been dubbed, is a diverse, bustling and vibrant city where multiculturalism is celebrated and theatres, museums and historical sites are in abundance and famous London hotels provide a perfect base for tourists, business travellers and locals in search of some R&R.
Whether you are attending a conference at the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre with its views of Big Ben and convenient location or the elegant Dartmouth House, there are a wide range of hotels in London so you are bound to find something to suit your needs and budget.
Some of the best restaurants in capital including Dinner by Heston, The Michelin star winning, Texture, Portman Place or one of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants are all close to many of London's hotels and the stunning Galvin at Windows, Park Lane is inside a luxurious hotel which overlooks Hyde Park.
Tourists wanting to shop should head to Oxford Street, which is one of the world’s most famous shopping areas. It has more than 300 stores including the likes of Selfridges and there are also plenty of fabulous places to eat after a busy day. The famous open-air Camden market also provides an option for those looking for a bit of a bargain.
If you are in London in September or August take a trip down to Buckingham Palace and see its opulent rooms and extensive grounds including the famous lake and golden carriage. See your favourite celebrities immortalised in wax all under one roof at Madame Tussauds. History buffs shouldn’t leave without visiting the historic London Tower with its fleeting walls and eerie ravens. If you have a head for heights see the sites and breath-taking skyline from the London Eye. Visitors with an eye for art shouldn’t miss the Tate Modern and check out the latest installation at the Turbine Hall
Host of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games, London is a national hub for sport. The Wimbledon tennis tournament is held every summer for two weeks in late June and early July. Enjoy some strawberries and cream while enjoying a match or check out a game of football at Wembley Stadium. There are plenty of London hotels available nearby to suit your trip and preferences.