London’s night time attractions

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The views in London are like no other. The iconic city skyline, featuring its unmistakable structures and historic landmarks offers travellers some of the best photo opportunities in the country. The great thing about London is that once the sun goes down, the city becomes even more beautiful and full of life.

Anyone looking for West End hotels London can take advantage of the wonderful nightlife to be found in the nation’s capital by booking a luxury suite at The Piccadilly London West End hotels. The central area of Piccadilly is at the heart of London and some of the most vibrant districts such as Soho and Carnaby. We’ve put together this list of places that offer amazing views and entertainment when the sun goes down so you can enjoy some of the best nights out you’ll ever have.

Soho GemsLondon Eye

The London Eye, which sits alongside the mighty Thames River is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions. When it comes to night time the view is even more impressive. The huge 443 feet tall Ferris wheel has been clad with hundreds of lights which turn on in the evenings. If you’re heading to our west end hotels London be sure to bring along your camera and snap a shot of this iconic structure.

South Bank

For more amazing night time views head down to the South Bank area and take a stroll alongside the Thames. The glow of the city lights looks even more beautiful as they reflect across the still expanse of London’s famous waterway. This is the perfect spot for a romantic walk if you’re on a date night.

West End

Catching a show in the West End is one of the most memorable things you’ll ever do. The stages throughout the famous theatre district have hosted the most amazing productions in the world and regularly feature award-winning performers. There are plenty of shows and venues to choose from and they’re all within easy reach of our west end hotels London.

Tower of London

Every day at 9.53pm, visitors to London have the chance to witness one of the city’s oldest traditions, the Changing of the Keys. This is a ceremony that has been carried out for over 700 years and is a unique opportunity for you to see something that not many people will ever get to witness

Natural History Museum

A trip to London’s biggest museum is a must if you’re planning a visit to the city but it can often be quite a hectic affair that involves a lot of queuing and a lot of noisy tourists. For a unique look at the world’s largest collection of ancient artefacts and historic memorabilia, take one of the late night tours and avoid the busy crowds.

Soho

If you’re looking to cut loose and have some fun on a night out in London there’s no better place to do it than the famous district of Soho. Known for its vibrant club scene and series of quirky bars, you’ll never struggle to find a good drink and great music. The area is also known for being a popular celebrity hangout so you may even spot a famous face or two.

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