Finding things to do in London is never difficult, especially if you’ve never been before. For the city veterans, however, it can be difficult finding new ways to spend your time if you’ve already seen the big tourist attractions.
If you’re soon to be joining us at the Piccadilly Hotel London, you’ll be surrounded by a number of cultural hotspots that are sure to make your trip unique and memorable. Here are our top suggestions for places to visit while staying at our luxury hotels near Piccadilly Circus.
St James’s, London
Take a trip to this iconic little theatre in the heart of Piccadilly for a night of entertainment you’ll never forget. With a modest seating capacity of only 558, the Criterion may be small but it packs a big punch when it comes to entertainment. The historic West End theatre has staged some of the most memorable performances in the city’s history and regularly hosts sell-out crowds. The grade II listed building is a work of art in itself and is the perfect place for a date night with your loved one. Be sure to book some tickets and check out a show during your stay at the Piccadilly Hotel London.
Oxendon Street, London
Often overlooked by tourists in the shadow of larger venues, the Comedy Store in Piccadilly is one of the most underrated places in London. If you’re looking for laughs and entertainment this season, there’s no place better to see some of the city’s best comics. Spend the night in stitches as you hear hilarious anecdotes and listen to some of the funniest jokers in town. The venue boasts a large bar with wide selection of drinks to keep the laughter going all night. Bes sure to head over there during your stay in London and get ready for a night of tears and laughter.
Banana Pub Crawl
If you enjoy a good drink and even better company, the Banana Pub Crawl is the perfect way to kick off your London adventure. Sample the tastes of the local drinks as you make your way through all of the best pubs and bars in the Piccadilly area. The tour always attracts a big crowd so it is a perfect way for first-timers in the city to meet new people and make new friends. Travellers unsure of the best places to go on a night out will find themselves spoilt for choice by the drinks on offer.
Statue of Eros
Piccadilly Circus, London
Photographers and culture seekers can find one of the city’s most historic statues in the heart of Piccadilly Circus. The Statue of Eros stands proudly at the centre of a Victorian memorial fountain which was erected in memory of the iconic Greek figure. If you’ve brought your camera along to London, this is a perfect opportunity to snap some iconic photos that are sure to impress your friends and followers on social media.