Think of London, and chances are your first thoughts are of the regality and riches of the Royal Family, glitz and glamour of the West End, or perhaps the style, sophistication and expensive shops of Kensington and Chelsea.
For some, such images could well be enough to put you off thinking of paying a visit to England’s capital city. After all, won’t it be a costly endeavour to visit London even for a short break?
At the Amsterdam Hotel, London’s visitors can still experience a once-in-a-lifetime visit without paying over the odds, especially if you take on board the following top tips for a London break Continue reading →
Our newly-refurbished hotel is perfect for your stay in London. A short Underground journey gives superb accessibility to all the UK’s main rail networks that pass through the capital. There is also a direct Underground train journey to London Heathrow Airport from the local Earl’s Court station or an extremely cost-effective direct bus service to Gatwick that departs from the bus station, both being but a short walk from the hotel door. And extremely popular with guests, unlike other hotels, at night you’re away from the noise of the city centre.
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And within a quarter of an hour, you can be choosing a restaurant in the famous West End, Continue reading →
Venue and Dates – Burlington House, Piccadilly in central London, England (10 June — 18 August 2013)
For art lovers, the annual Royal Academy Summer Exhibition is one of the highlights of London’s art scene, showcasing the best of the contemporary art world in all shapes and forms. From photography to painting, sculpture to mixed media, the Royal Academy lets you get up close and personal with the rising stars in the arts. You can take the opportunity to simply enjoy the works at the show, or purchase a piece to take home with you – and with thousands of pieces included in the exhibition, there is bound to be something you will love and treasure. So if you’re staying in London at The Amsterdam Hotel, take a moment to spoil yourself with a trip to this fascinating and enjoyable exhibition. Continue reading →