London is a city that is bursting with things to do and see. Whether you’re in town on business or pleasure, you’re never far away from something truly remarkable, especially if you stay at one of the 5* Montcalm Club London Hotels.
Clustered in key central locations, you’re a mere stones-throw from a world-class gem or a brand new attraction. London landmarks are on your doorstep in any one of the luxury hotels, ensuring you’re exactly where you need to be to make the most of your stay.
The Montcalm at The Brewery London City
At 52 Chiswell Street is the Montcalm at The Brewery London City hotel. The Grade II listed building is a 5* contemporary hotel, complete with state of the art room facilities and the option to choose your pillows. Not only this, but the business district location makes it perfect for those looking to take in all that London has to offer.
St Paul’s Cathedral
Just a short distance from the hotel you’ll find St Pauls Cathedral – the dome of which is one of the most iconic components of the city skyline. The present day cathedral has stood since 1710 and was designed by Sir Christopher Wren after the Great Fire of London destroyed the previous building.
If you choose to visit, you can trace the steps of some of history’s greatest figures, including the Royal Family, not to mention some of the world’s greatest leaders and advocates.
Tower of London
The Tower of London is a World Heritage Site and is home to the Crown Jewels. Built by William the Conqueror in 1066, both royal and political prisoners met their fate within the tower, including Queen Elizabeth I. Whilst it is no longer a prison, you can take a tour of the fortress and learn more about its history, including the ravens. Best of all, it’s just a short distance from the Montcalm Brewery London City hotel.
Although it has been rebuilt multiple times over the years, London Bridge is one of the city’s most iconic crossings over the Thames. Connecting either side of the river, London Bridge is a great way to explore this area of London and admire the Thames below.
If you’re looking for luxury hotels near landmarks in London, The Chilworth should be top of your list. It is within walking distance of Hyde Park and Paddington Station, making it excellent for commuters and those on business or leisure alike.
If you’re staying at The Chilworth and find yourself with a spare few hours, head to Kensington Gardens. You can admire the Albert Memorial, take in the Italian Gardens, wander through the Allotment, or take a trip to Kensington Palace and soak up some royal history.
Houses of Parliament
The outline of the Houses of Parliament adorn almost every depiction of London, and for good reason. Not only is this the place where one of the world’s oldest democracies was bought to life and where new laws are created, but it’s also open to the public to have a look around.
For those staying at the Chilworth on a family trip, heading to London Zoo is a must. From penguins and giraffes to hippos and lions, there is a wide array of wildlife from all around the world at this central London zoo, and it’s just a short distance from The Chilworth.
If you have a taste for the finer things in life, a visit to Harrods is a must. Spanning multiple floors and with world-renowned designers all under one roof, Harrods is the place to go for some serious retail therapy. The Chilworth concierge staff will be more than happy to help you take your purchases to your room!
The Barbican Rooms
Opposite the Montcalm at The Brewery London City is the Barbican Rooms, one of the finest boutique hotels in London. It has excellent transport links, not to mention its close proximity to some of the top attractions the city has to offer.
One of the main draws of London is Buckingham Palace, the official residency of The Queen and where crowds flock on occasions such as weddings to see the whole family on the palace balcony. If you’re a fan of the royals, The Barbican Rooms is the ideal hotel.
Spanning more than 350 acres, Hyde Park is one of eight Royal Parks and has plenty to explore, including the LookOut, The Rose Garden, and Speakers’ Corner.
Take a visit to London’s top shopping destination, Oxford Street. You’ll find a collection of high street favourites and luxury retailers alike, as well as a number of eateries, pubs, and bars.
The Montcalm London Marble Arch
Marble Arch is one of London’s leading tourist spots, so the Montcalm London Marble Arch hotel is aptly placed for you to take in the very best of the area.
Home to thousands of artefacts spanning more than two million years, the British Museum has some of the most well-preserved historical collections in the world.
Get up close and personal with the world’s most famous faces at Madame Tussauds, just one of the ever-popular tourist attractions close to this Club Montcalm hotel.
London is a melting pot of different cultures and backgrounds, and nowhere is better for experiencing the rich mix of heritages than Chinatown. You can try authentic East Asian food in the myriad of over 70 restaurants and cafes.
The Piccadilly London West End
If you choose to stay at the Piccadilly London West End hotel on Shaftesbury Avenue, you’ll be spoilt for choice for things to do.
Royal Academy of Arts
Art buffs will want to put the Royal Academy of Arts at the top of their London landmarks list. The Piccadilly London West End is one of the closest boutique hotels in London to the revered and longest-standing British art school. Here you’ll find some of the most prized collections of art in the world, not to mention some of the most unmissable exhibitions.
Covent Garden is known as the art borough of London and is thriving with theatres, restaurants, prestigious shopping outlets, and bars. It’s a must-visit destination, no matter the nature of your trip.
Montcalm Royal London House
Overlooking Finsbury Square and nestled in the most central London location, the Montcalm Royal London House is the perfect hotel for those wanting to take advantage of places to see in London.
The River Thames
Dividing the big city is the river Thames, on which hundreds of boats, yachts, and water taxis operate. A walk along the Thames is romantic, to say the least, making it the ideal spot for couples or those just looking to unwind after a long day of business.
The London Eye
There is no better way to see London than on the London Eye. At over 400ft high, you’ll be able to drink in everything marvellous about London and see for miles on the big wheel.
Top Hotels Near Landmarks in London
If you’re looking for luxury hotels near landmarks in London, the Montcalm Club are the best in the business. You’ll be able to stay in superior comfort and wander out to some of the best sights in the world, no matter which hotel you pick.