London, England

Inspirato offers four spacious flats and an array of luxury rooms and suites at seven hotels across London. Choose from two-bedroom flats, Piccadilly and Paddington, both sleek and modern units with full kitchens or nearby, Mayfair Flat and Middleton Flat at the Metropolitan by COMO, London hotel are situated across from Hyde Park within easy walking distance to Buckingham Palace.

Around the corner, Baglioni Hotel London overlooks Kensington Gardens, a short walk from Harrods. Taj 51 Buckingham Gate Suites & Residences is close to Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, and Big Ben, while Rosewood London in the West End is a fantastic option for business travelers. Shangri-La Hotel, at The Shard, London, is the tallest five-star hotel in the city, offering sweeping skyline views of London’s most famous attractions from its perch in London Bridge. 

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European Elegance and Chic Fun

In many cities, the juxtaposition of tradition and ceremony with the fast pace of a global financial center might strike an uneasy balance. In London, it's just part of the fun. On the one hand, you can witness the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, cross the River Thames on the iconic Tower Bridge, and sample strawberries and cream at Wimbledon. On the other, you can also find the latest fashions, hip nightclubs, and authentic cuisine from virtually any corner of the Earth. The famous theater scene, the British Museum and National Gallery, and Westminster Abbey are several reasons to vacation or do business in London.

Quick Facts

    LHR Heathrow or LGW Gatwick
    60°F - 75°F (Summer), 35°F - 45°F (Winter)
    Buckingham Palace
    British Pound (GBP)

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity

  • Way Off Broadway 

    Only New York City could rival the theater and performance scene available in London, which hosts everything from traditional productions to "Off West End" plays to popular musicals. Whether it's one of Shakespeare's influential tragedies at The Globe or next season's Broadway hit, the London theater scene has something for everyone. Any one of these entertaining options can make for the perfect date night. Add a private dinner at one of the city's fantastic restaurants and you have yourself a night to remember. Just be sure to reserve tickets early.

    West End. The history of London's West End has been linked to the theater since the opening of its first venue in Drury Lane in 1663. Since then, Londoners and visitors have found their way to the West End to be entertained by a variety of musicals, plays, comedies and dramas. The area stakes its claim as "the largest theater district in the world," with international stars appearing regularly in the hundreds of shows running each night. Some well-known names include Angela Lansbury, John Lloyd Young, Kevin Spacey, Nigel Havers and many more. Once an area of palaces and expensive homes, the grand buildings of the West End now house museums, art galleries and an array of hotels, restaurants, shopping and of course, theaters.

    National Theatre. The National Theatre on London's South Bank, was opened by the Queen in 1976 and includes three theaters, The Olivier, The Lyttelton and the small Cottesloe. Shows at the National are usually in repertoire, meaning they rotate in and out every few days so you can see a selection of various shows at each week. The National also hosts several "Platform" performances, featuring discussions with a variety of people in the industry, from producers to performers, directors and more. The theater complex includes several cafes/bars, a restaurant and a bookshop. Free live acts are performed in the Olivier foyer before each show, and there are also several free exhibits to take in. Back-stage tours are also available. Workshops and youth programs

    Shakespeare's Globe. Founded by American actor and director Sam Wanamaker, Shakespeare's Globe opened for performances in 1997, and since then has hosted visitors from throughout the world. A reconstruction of the original Elizabethan playhouse, Shakespeare's Globe stands just 750 feet from the site of the original and hosts workshops, lectures and staged readings, along with performances. Visitors can tour the Globe and watch production and practices.

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Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your London Vacation

    Don't think of London encapsulated constantly by fog and a dreary ongoing drizzle. While that can be the weather forecast from time to time, London enjoys a temperate environment that experiences all four seasons (and plenty of sunny days to enjoy as well). Think of London as an urban paradise that features a bounty of historic landmarks, stately gardens and royal parks.


Map of London, England

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