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Our vibrant capital offers up so much to see and do for the visitor, both young and old alike. Rich in tradition, history and an array of attractions, this city is like no other. West End Shows, world class shopping, museums and galleries galore - one visit is never enough!

Take in any of the well-known sights and attractions including Buckingham Palace, a Thames Cruise, London Eye and London Zoo. See the contemporary art of Tate Modern or the pioneering Saatchi Gallery; enjoy the nature within the city of Hyde Park or Regent's Park, or go for the hustle and bustle of Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden. Whatever your interests, London has got it all!




The International Hotel was one of the first Canary Wharf hotels situated on the waters edge with spectacular views of London's Skyline and River Thames from the upper floors. A carvery style breakfast and dinner is included in the restaurant, plus after a busy day sightseeing relax in the Conservatory bar with it's ambient atmosphere and waterside views alongside Friday's Bar, the home of regular live sports. The hotel is located outside the congestion charging zone and has a chargeable car park. The hotel is a short stroll from South Quay DLR station, ideal for reaching the O2 arena and London's famous West End, shops, theatre and attractions.


Ideally located within walking distance of Hampstead 'village' with its designer shops, continental cafe bars, restaurants, Roundhouse music venue and famous Primrose Hill. The hotel has a small chargeable car park and is five minutes walk from Chalk Farm Tube Station.

Must visit places:

*Covent Garden *Westminster Abbey *London Eye 
*London Zoo *Royal Albert Hall *The Shard *Tower Bridge
*British Museum *National Gallery *Tower of London *Houses of Parliament *Thames River Cruises *National History Museum


Fancy a trip to the West End?

We have a great selection of top theatre shows available.


*Hyde Park Winter Wonderland 16 Nov - 23 Dec
*Southbank 8 Dec - 9 Jan

Every year London buses travel an estimated 12,128 times the circumference of the Earth? That’s 302 million miles. 

It really is out-of-this-world!