Jet to London, England's cosmopolitan capital, and explore its rich history of pomp and pageantry, cutting-edge global dining scene, world-famous museums and vibrant theater scene. Your luxurious home-away-from-home is the Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour, the city's only 5-star all-suite hotel, serving up views of the River Thames (and scenic cruises from the adjacent pier) and only a 5-minute walk from the chic boutiques of King's Road.
Admire Big Ben, stop by the Tower of London to check out the Crown Jewels, take a ride on the London Eye for 360-degree city views and stop by Westminster Abbey to see where William and Kate tied the knot.
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You'll fly into London and spend 4 nights exploring the capital and largest city in England from the centrally-located and all-suite Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour Hotel. Tour the city's most popular sites including Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard and Big Ben or take in a theatrical performance in London's West End. You'll also be able to explore some of the city's famous regions like Piccadilly Circus or Covent Gradens, known as an inspiring cultural and retail district which offers visitors a truly unique experience. Or visit one of the four UNESCO World Heritage sites including The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey.
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Just a five-minute walk from the Wyndham Grand to the chic boutiques of the legendary King's Road. The Victoria & Albert Museum and the Natural History Museum are a 10-minute taxi ride away, while London's major tourist attractions, such as Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park, Big Ben and exclusive Knightsbridge shopping, are 20 minutes from the hotel by taxi. The nearby Imperial Wharf Station has direct trains to Clapham Junction (4 minutes) and Westfield Shopping Centre (7 minutes).
Set in exclusive Chelsea Harbour, Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour is the city's only five-star, luxury, all-suite hotel. Offering an ideal base from which to explore the very best that London has to offer, the hotel is only minutes from all the major sites and the legendary boutiques which line the fashionable King's Road.
The Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour is one of London's finest hidden gems, where guests can immerse themselves in a residential setting, offering stunning views of the River Thames just 20 minutes from the heart of central London.
The capital and largest city of England, London is a modern multicultural megalopolis. Situated on the banks of the River Thames, the city's history goes back to its founding by the Romans and it remains a global capital of fashion, finance, politics and culture. History buffs will enjoy exploring the city's World Heritage sites, palaces, and churches, while art lovers and culture vultures will find plenty to do at the city's numerous museums, galleries and theaters.
Big Ben and House of Parliament: The Gothic Revival buildings and trademark timepiece that make up the House of Parliament are two of the quintessential symbols of London. Watch debates for free from the Stranger's Galleries in both houses (usually mid-October through July), or just snap a picture of yourself with Big Ben in the background from the Westminster Bridge. Learn more
British Museum: Free to all visitors, the British Museum contains an astounding collection of art and artifacts from countries and cultures all over the world and throughout the ages. Since there is more to see here than can be done in a day (over seven million objects in all), visitors may want to be on the lookout for treasures such as the Rosetta Stone or the Elgin Marbles, which come from the Parthenon in Athens. Learn more
Buckingham Palace and Changing the Guard: The official residence of Britain's sovereigns since 1837, the 775-room Buckingham Palace is the centerpiece of Britain's constitutional monarchy. In summer, when The Queen is not in residence, tours are offered of 19 impressively regal State Rooms. Or stop by for the Changing the Guard ceremony at 11:30am on select days from July to November to witness all the pomp and circumstance. Learn more
London Eye: Some 3.5 million people a year take a ride on this Ferris wheel on the southern bank of the River Thames. The draw is a spectacular 360-degree view of the city from one of the attraction's 32 air-conditioned compartments, as the wheel slowly rotates. Learn more
Madame Tussauds: The mother of all wax museums, this original Madame Tussauds is named for wax sculptor Marie Tussaud. She sculpted figures of many famous people throughout her life, including the death masks from the guillotined heads of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. Be sure to stop by the Chamber of Horrors, where all kinds of instruments of deaths are kept near the figures of their victims. Learn more
National Gallery: The centerpiece of Trafalgar Square, the National Gallery houses a collection of Western art from the late 13th to early 20th centuries. Collection highlights include pieces by Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Botticelli, Bellini, Rubens, Seurat, Caravaggio and more. Learn more
St. Paul's Cathedral: Sitting at the top of Ludgate Hill, the highest point in London, is this 17th-century church. Underneath the building's classical dome is the Whispering Gallery, where even the faintest whisper can be heard clearly on the opposite side. Climb to the top of the dome for a 360-degree view of the city. Learn more
Tate Modern: The Tate Modern is a revamped power station that contains one of the best collections of modern art in the world. If you tour the three levels of galleries using the museum's award-winning Multimedia Guide you'll hear artist interviews and art-inspired music. Learn more
Tate Britain: The most prestigious gallery in Britain, the Tate Britain contains the national collections, which cover British art from the 16th century to the present day. Stop by to see the Gainsboroughs, Turners and more. Learn more
Tower Bridge: Quite possibly the most photographed bridge on earth, the Tower Bridge was built over the River Thames in 1894. it is often mistakenly referred to as "London Bridge" (which is actually the next bridge upstream). An exhibit inside the bridge's north tower takes visitors up to a high-level walkway, offering spectacular views of the city, and then down through the south tower into the bridge's original engine room. Learn more
Tower of London: Crowds flock to the Tower of London, where Beefeaters lead tourists around a complex that includes an ancient fortress, royal palace, prison and more. Marvel at the collection of Crown Jewels or become entrenched in the bloody history of the site. Nearly every inch of it has a (usually gory) story to tell. Learn more
Victoria & Albert Museum: Considered the greatest decorative arts museum in the world, the V&A contains treasures that span a period of 5,000 years, so visitors will find everything from medieval artifacts to the "little black dress" made famous by Coco Chanel. From fashion to photography, there is something for everyone here. Learn more
West End Theater: One of the most popular tourist activities is to visit a professional theater in London's "Theatreland," the West End. Each year, more than 13 million people see a stage show in London's version of New York's Broadway. Learn more
Westminster Abbey: This early-English Gothic abbey is much more than just a place of worship: It is a shrine of the nation where most rulers were crowned and many important figures have found their final resting place (including Charles Darwin and Sir Isaac Newton, plus several Kings and Queens). More recently, it's where Prince William and Kate were wed. From the monumental etchings in the floor to the stained glass windows to the vaulted ceiling there is a lot to take in, so consider scheduling a tour so you don't miss anything. Learn more