London is not only one of the biggest cities on the planet; it is also one of the greatest. Rich in history, culture, sights, sounds and tastes, London is one of those cities everyone has to visit at least once. Or better said, at least once every decade.
Though the city of London stretches for miles and miles in all directions, visitors will find that most tourist attractions are located in a relatively small area on the northern bank of the River Themes.
The excellent underground system, combined with extensive bus and cab service make getting around a breeze. New train links to London's major airports at Heathrow and Gatwick make it even easier to make the most of whatever time one has to spend in London.
With so many things to do and see, composing a list of the things one has to do and the places one just must visit in London is almost impossible. It varies with taste and age as much as it does with whether the visitor is a first-timer or a frequent traveler. However, no matter how many times one has been to London it is always advised to save time for at least one theater show, a dinner in one of the numerous superb ethnic restaurants and a leisurely shopping stroll through the streets.
London offers numerous accommodation options ranging from luxury hotels with two staff members per visitor and a personal butler service to dorm style hostel rooms with shared bathrooms. As is the case with other great cities, visitors will be wise to select hotels that are in close vicinity to their own preferred points of interest thus reducing commute time to a minimum.
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The Russell Hotel is a deluxe hotel located opposite Russell Square, in the historical Bloomsbury section of London, just a short walk from the British Museum and many other attractions. The Russell Square Underground Station is situated adjacent to the hotel, offering convenient access to the rest of the city.
The Carlton Tower Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the heart of Knightsbridge, overlooking the private gardens of Cadogan Place. The hotel is close to attractions such as Buckingham Palace, Natural History Museum, Westminster, Hyde Park, Piccadilly Circus and Covent Garden.
An elegant converted Georgian townhouse hotel, situated in London's cultural centre of South Kensington, the Gallery Hotel is close to the exhibition centers of Earls Court and Olympia, opposite the National History Museum, half a mile from Harrods.
The Gainsborough Hotel is located in the heart of London close to the exhibition centers of Earls Court and Olympia. The Natural History Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Royal Albert Hall are also close by.