Many commuters will have to venture into the capital at some point in their career, as it is perceived as the hub of business activity, and boasts some of the world’s most well-known companies. If you work in the financial sector in particular then you simply have to consider re-locating to London if you want to make a splash in the industry.
Of course; there are tube strikes to contend with and you may think about trading in your car as it is virtually impossible to circumnavigate the streets of London in rush hour, but these are only minor hitches which everyone has to endure. There are frequent bus services if the Underground is closed for a couple of days, and you can always hail a taxi if things get a little too hectic.
Ff days, and you can always hail a taxi if things get a little too hectic.
ry local has to endure. you prefer to drive rather thor those who have chosen to set up home in Soho, Piccadilly or Camden Town, the delights of the West End may have passed them by, as they will venture into the area on an almost daily basis. The sights and sounds of this thriving, lively place tend to blend into the background if you are a born-and-bred local, but if you have travelled to the city in order to seek a little light entertainment then you are in for a treat.
From theatres to cinemas, restaurants to nightclubs; every preference and requirement is covered. It does not matter if you are an avid movie fan or prefer something a little more refined, as the West End embraces all cultures and tastes. You can take in a show at the London Palladium or Her Majesty’s Theatre, or watch the latest smash-hit blockbuster at the ODEON, Vue Cinema or Cineworld.
If you want to dance the night away and round the evening off in style then away Café du Paris, Drama Park Lane and Sketch (the latter being extremely popular amongst the rich and famous) will not disappoint. For post-theatre tipple or two then these are the places to go. Gordon’s Wine Bar is ideal for those who love a glass of vino, and for a cheeky Cognac and cigar, head on down to Duke’s Bar and savour the delights on offer.
Whenever tourists visit London, they automatically think of Harrods, Hamley’s and Harvey Nicols as being the ultimate in retail therapy. Yet once they have ventured into Camden Market and seen the variety of goods on offer, they soon change their minds. From bohemian garments to vintage jewellery and quirky knick-knacks, you are bound to pick up a bargain, and can even purchase gifts for family and friends if you are looking to treat that special someone.
The Piccadilly London West End Hotel does not only provide complete relaxation and comfort, but also comes with the guarantee that you will want to stay time and time again. With additional spa facilities and a beautiful restaurant, you can indulge in a gourmet gastronomic feast and then unwind with a soothing facial right after your meal.
Why not erase the stresses and strains of daily life with a deep tissue massage, manicure or pedicure, or instead have your make up done by an experienced professional and emerge feeling like a movie star? The Piccadilly London West End Spa will ease your aches and pains and improve your overall physical and mental wellbeing.
And who doesn’t want to give themselves that much-needed morale boost and indulge in a little pampering? After all; you deserve it! So many of us rarely get the opportunity in which to completely unwind and put our feet up, so once you have the means to do so you should jump at the chance.
If you are hankering after some authentic, home cooked street food then look no further than Hankies, the Piccadilly’s very own restaurant! From succulent dry curries to aromatic spiced grills and hand-spun rotis, you will be able to get an authentic taste of India without having to leave the comfort of your hotel. There is also a selection of cocktails, Asian lagers and premium spirits-perfect for a pre-theatre G&T!
All rooms are fitted with exquisite furnishings such as cosy, snuggly duvets, top of the range bedding and plump, plush pillows. Tea and coffee making facilities are available so you can make a morning brew as soon as you wake up, refreshed from a deep, uninterrupted slumber. And if it is pouring with rain outside then why not make the most of your plasma television, complete with Sky channels?
Why not give the Piccadilly London West End Hotel a call on 020 7871 6000 and make a reservation? Places are filling up fast, so you need to be quick!