Feel an unparalleled connection to London, at Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard, London. Stay in the capital’s highest hotel, in one of the world’s most iconic buildings, whilst enjoying panoramic skyline views that connect you to the whole city. This is the only five-star luxury hotel in London Bridge, contrasting sleek modern style with the area’s rich historic character. Connect with the real London in our vibrant neighbourhood, balancing old and new, raw and refined, traditional and visionary. Explore nearby food destinations such as Borough Market and Bermondsey Street, and enrich your stay with our array of authentic London experiences. […]
Wheeler’s of St. James’s is a beautiful venue for meeting, dining and even weddings. Head chef Alex Tyndall and his team executing the dishes created by Marco Pierre White himself and focus on contemporary modern British cuisine. The Lounge features a spectacular dome and is available for events of up to 150 people. The dome lounge is a beautiful space to host a wedding reception or spoiling yourself for Afternoon Tea, created by Stpehen Smith. Threadneedles dome lounge and Wheeler’s of St.James’s is a great venue for corporate events, business functions, weddings, dinners and drinks or any special occasion.
Located in the 120-year-old neo-baroque building that was once St Olave’s Grammar School, The LaLiT London is a luxury boutique hotel featuring 70 beautifully designed rooms, each ornamented with bespoke Indian art – combining Indian culture with a quintessentially British charm and retaining many original features. Just a stone’s throw away from Tower Bridge, the hotel is discreetly tucked away in the heart of city and conveniently close to many of London’s stunning attractions and business hotspots. Baluchi is the hotel’s pan-Indian dining destination, offering dining with a difference. Set in the historic Grade II-listed hotel’s Great Hall, Baluchi is reminiscent of its […]
Officially opened by HRH Queen Elizabeth I in 1571, The Royal Exchange was the brainchild of renowned merchant Thomas Gresham. It soon became a centre for the capital’s commerce, bringing together both brokers and merchants. Trading continued for the next four centuries, despite being interrupted by fires, war and construction work, before coming to a halt in 1991. Then in 2001, an extensive redevelopment by architects Aukett Fitzroy Robinson transformed The Royal Exchange courtyard, reviving its trading legacy by giving it a new role housing the world’s most desired retailers and placing it, once again, in the thriving centre of […]
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