Jurys Inn London Islington
Jurys Inn London Islington Hotel,
60 Pentonville Road,
London, N1 9LA
Tel:+44 20 7282 5500
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Best Bar: Sit down for cocktails and music at the trendy Keston Lodge (131 Upper Street, Islington).
Best Restaurant: Try London's only authentic Brazilian cuisine at Rodizio Rico (Greenwich Peninsula, London). Here you'll find a vast array of Brazilian hot dishes and exotic salads all freshly made to order.
Best Shopping: You can find anything at the Brick Lane Market which opens its stalls every Sunday from 8am to 2pm.
Best Kept Secret: Get yourself into a kayak and bob along the River Thames or one of London’s canals courtesy of Thames River Adventures. A truly unique and relaxing experience in London.
The official London residence of The Queen, Buckingham Palace is a very popular London attraction. The Changing of the Guard takes place daily at the front of the Palace from 1st April to Early July and on alternate days at other times.
One of London's finest historic landscapes covers 350 acres. There is something for everyone in Hyde Park - with over 4,000 trees, a lake, a meadow, horse rides and more it is easy to forget you're in the middle of London.
Find out more about events and attractions in this fashionable and stylish yet still refreshingly down to earth part of the London at www.visitfulham.co.uk
EDF Energy London Eye
Stunning views, day or night, over the city of London. Open 9.30am-8pm.
Tower of London
Historic former palace and prison, home to the Crown Jewels and Bloody Tower. Open Tuesday to Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday and Monday 10am-5pm. In winter closing time is 4pm.
Site of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation and burial place of many British monarchs.
Huge variety from the British Museum, the Tate Britain and Modern, Victoria and Albert, Natural History and Science.
Changing the Guard
The Queen's personal bodyguards, in the guise of the Household Cavalry, change on even dates at 11.30am outside the front of Buckingham Palace.
There are many shows and plays to see in London from the long-showing Mousetrap to Mamma Mia, Lion King, We Will Rock You and hundreds more.
With Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Dickens and Jones, Bond Street, Oxford Street, antiques markets, designer emporiums and many more, London is the premier location for all your shopping needs.
St Paul's Cathedral
Built after the great fire of 1666, the cathedral is open daily 8.30-5pm.
Open-top bus, guided walking tours, cruises down the Thames, black cab tours - all designed to get you the best of London in a short time.
Whether you want traditional fare or a trip around the cuisine world, from Michelin-starred to Chinese, there is a huge choice of restaurants. Follow this with a drink in one of many traditional English pubs or designer bars.