London's finest retailers, from Bulgari and Hermes, to Smythson and Paul Smith, all under one roof.
Bank of England
The 'Old Lady of Threadneedle Street' is one of London's architectural treasures, designed by Sir John Soane and just a short walk from the hotel.
This iconic contemporary building is the place to head for upmarket boutique shopping and restaurants, with incredible views over the city.
This skyscraper - nicknamed the Walkie Talkie thanks to its distinctive shape - is the fifth tallest building in London.
Museum of London
Find 450,000 years of the UK's capital all under one roof.
Museum of London - The Docklands
This museum on the Isle of Dogs in east London tells the history of London's River Thames and Docklands.
With its giant moveable roadways that lift up for passing ships, this London icon is an engineering marvel.
Tower of London
The quintessential London tourist attraction, home to the Crown Jewels and the Fusilier Museum.
Old Spitalfields Market
A renowned under-cover market known forcutting edge fashion and style.
London's most renowned food market; a source of exceptional British and international produce.
cobbled walkways and glass Victorian roof make for an attractive historic place to shop, eat and drink.
Norman Foster’s distinctive building is one of the city's most recognised examples of contemporary architecture.
this magnificent Baroque church was designed by Sir Christopher Wren in 1673.
Europe's largest multi-arts and conference venue presents art, music, theatre, dance, film and creative learning events.
Westfield Stratford City
Being one of the largest shopping centre in Europe, you can find everything, from retail shops to restaurants, bars and cinema.