London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 31 May 2013
Famous for offering superbly comfortable accommodation, luxurious facilities and complete convenience, the London Premier Hotels guarantee a more luxurious, comfortable and convenient stay this season. Apart from diverse accommodation options and magnificent items at the breakfast, lunch and dinner table, esteemed guests of the London Premier Hotels can now choose from some very exciting packages and some special privileges, which are certainly going to add to the charm of vacationing in London hotels.
By choosing to stay at any of the London Premier Hotels this May, guests can enjoy supreme level of luxury and save money at the same time. Yes this has been made possible by the gorgeous accommodation properties as they are now offering some special stay packages. One can choose from:
- Stay 3 nights, get 15% off*
- Stay 4 nights, get 20% off*
- Advance Purchase
By booking a room of any category for 3 nights at any of the London Premier Hotels this season, one can save 15 percent on booking charges and if it is a 4-night stay, the rate of discount would be 20 percent. By booking a room 10 days ahead of the check-in date at the Shaftesbury Premier London Paddington, one can now enjoy benefit from special early bird rates available at the hotel.
To offer their esteemed guests some added pleasure, the London Premier Hotels are now offering some beneficial facilities as complimentary services. The services are:
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Complimentary unlimited Broadband internet service
- Complimentary Wi-Fi internet service
Mouthwatering full course English breakfast is now a complimentary service at all London Premier Hotels on all direct bookings. Direct booking of rooms at the London Premier Hotels could be done very easily in two ways. One can opt for online booking and do that by logging on to https://www.londonpremierhotels.com , the official website for the London Premier Hotels. Booking could also be done by calling the central reservation desk of the hotels at +44 (0) 20 7745 1212. One may also communicate with the hotels by sending email at info(at)londonpremierhotels(dot)com, official email ID of the LPHs.
Staying at a London Premier Hotel this season is going to be an experience for one to cherish for the rest of the life, not only because it would be superbly luxurious and comfortable but also because it is time for a number of exciting events. A trip to London this May would come to vacationers as a golden opportunity to get closer to the history and culture of London.
Museums at Night festival, one of the most popular cultural events in London would be launched on May 16. Organized by Culture 24, the ‘Museums at Night’ has been described as a “festival of inspiring after-hours cultural events in museums, galleries and heritage sites”. The event will take places in different places in and outside London. It’s a three-night festival which will showcase various cultural delights of London. The festival would comes as a great scope for visitors to explore a historic property in the dark, enjoy a drink and take a tour of Whitehall’s historic Banqueting House. Visitors would witness courtiers dancing and drinking underneath the Rubens ceiling of the hall.
Special visual and sound effects along with live interpretation will bring back to life the Benjamin Franklin House. This is where the renowned US statesman lived from 1757 to 1775 and designed the bifocal lens. Another major historic property, the Hampton Court Palace would keep its door open for visitors for after-hours tours. For people having interest in the history of London, a trip to the RAF Museum at night would be really exciting. They could explore the Historic Hangar, the Bomber Hall as well as the Avro Lancaster. Another exciting thing would be dressing up in full RAF grab and taking pictures. Greenwich’s Old Royal Naval Collage would offer Hidden Stories Tour for the juniors (aged 13 and more). They would have a grand time learning about ghosts, spirits and ghouls. A special art exhibition titled Arts on Ice would be held at the London Canal Museum and there would be a host of exciting events like poetry reading, magic lantern show and art displays, all themed on the Victorian Age ice trading.