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Modern Hotel in a City within a City

tgt11The City of London is a city within UK’s capital, London and it is also the oldest part of London. This secret hotel is located in this part of city, an area known for being the main financial center of UK and, alongside New York City, the largest in the world.

This secret hotel is a luxurious, four star hotel right in the middle of the city of London. It has 89 rooms and suits, a restaurant and bar, exclusive gym and a private dining room – it is great for business and fun, so if you want to stay at the core where everything happens, you just can’t choose a better place.

Other hotel facilities include Bose Sound Docks in every rooms, guide dog access, same day laundry, 24 hour room service along with wake-up calls and concierge services.

In the Local Area

Staying at this secret hotel which is in the heart of London’s financial and business district means only one thing: that you are encircled by London landmarks, including the Tower of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Gherkin (30 St Mary Axe, formerly known as the Swiss Re Building).

Up on Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City of London sits St. Paul’s Cathedral. The seat of the Bishop of the capital of the United Kingdom is by far, the most recognizable sight in London, dominating the city’s skyline for the past 300 years. After the Liverpool cathedral it is the largest church building in the UK. The funerals of Margaret Thatcher and Sir Winston Churchill have been held there. It is a must see, even if you don’t have much time on your hands.

The Tower of London was used as a prison for over 800 years (from 1100 until 1952). Its official name is Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress and if you’re staying at this deluxe hotel, then you must take a tour of the castle and allow yourself to be blown away by its history and grim past. It sits on the north bank of the Thames and is open all year expect on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and January 1st.

30 St Mary Axe or the Gherkin is an iconic symbol of London and one of its most famous examples of modern architecture. It was completed in 2003 and opened for business in April of 2004. It reaches an astounding 180 meters and has 41 floors; it is an architectural gem and a sight to see up close, if staying in the City of London.

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