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    London Star Hotel, London
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    Lancaster Gate Hyde Park Apartments, London

    Lancaster Gate Hyde Park Apartments

    Westminster Borough, London

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Greater London Highlights

London’s free museums and galleries
London is famed for its superb museums and you can enjoy free access to the world-renowned British Museum, the National Gallery and the V&A.
Markets to suit all tastes
London’s colourful markets are themed around food, farmer’s produce and fashion. Quirky clothing can be found in Camden, while Borough Market serves up culinary delights.
Scenic views from the London Eye
A city icon, this giant ferris wheel offers 360-degree panoramic views from its 400-feet altitude. Treats include a champagne experience or wine tasting.
History at Westminster Abbey
This impressive abbey has hosted many coronations during its 700-year history. Charles Darwin, Oliver Cromwell and Sir Isaac Newton have all been laid to rest here.
Shakespeare at The Globe Theatre
The Globe faithfully represents the layout of the original 1599 playhouse. Shakespeare’s plays are still performed regularly in this atmospheric riverside venue.
Memorable West End shows
Over 40 theatres are nestled within Theatreland. You'll be spoilt for choice with its selection of the best musicals, classic plays and comedies.
Vibrant Covent Garden
Street performers dot the streets of Covent Garden and its quaint market piazza. Nearby Neal’s Yard’s little haven of shops and cafés can’t be missed.
Wimbledon Tennis Championships
The world’s oldest tennis tournament, the ever-popular Wimbledon Championships, prides itself on its unique blend of tradition and style.
London's sprawling parks
Picnic anyone? Find a spot next to London’s oldest boating lake in Hyde Park, spot Richmond’s wild deer, or take in spectacular views at Greenwich.
Central London’s shopping
Oxford Street offers shopping heaven, while Selfridges and Harrods are veritable institutions. Other hot spots include Carnaby Street, Regent’s Street and the King’s Road.

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