London, United Kingdom (PRWEB UK) 8 August 2013
Housing guests for over a decade now is the London Premier Notting Hill Hyde Park. The hotel offers you affordable and highly prized luxury comfort all at great prices. If the destination is premier and swish, keep in mind the address to London Premier Notting Hill Hyde Park. This brand of artistic luxury at the heart of London’s Hyde Park does throw up great surprises at you.
Easy accessibility from landmarks
There are many locales and treasures of the city that are nestled in the lanes and by lanes of central London. A stay at the London Premier Notting Hill Hyde Park does usher in a regal life albeit at a higher price. This beautiful hotel is a sight to behold and many guests choose it for its spectacular location and idyllic settings amid the historical buildings of medieval London.
The hotel has unveiled a new website and offers many deals to those of you who book online. Avail of a full English breakfast when you book directly via the official website or through the booking team. Reservations are easy and you also find services that are affordable. Complimentary Wi-Fi and broadband is also a bonus. You can be housed at a economy class room and still avail of fantastic broadband services that are high speed and absolutely free.
Food lover’s paradise
There is a lavish spread of breakfast that is offered to you and this comes in complimentary and free of any cost. You can enjoy the goodness and richness of a wide variety of cheeses and country delicacies made in English style. The hotel has a fully functional central reservations team which helps you book rooms via the Internet or even through the landline. The hotel is very close to the tube and the underground. You can access the busiest of places via the train or even hop onto a bus that leaves from a stop nearby.
Exhibitions and Museums
London Premier Notting Hill Hyde Park is also a stone’s throw away from the Jewish Museum. The museum is now hosting the Amy Winehouse Exhibition and is currently seeing hundreds of visitors every day. You can hop on to the tube from Camden station and pay a worthwhile trip to the museum. The best part of living in such close proximity to the best addresses is London is that most of the pleasures can be enjoyed absolutely free of cost.
This exhibition will be on till the mid of September and hoards of fans are flocking to see the life and times of an icon lost early. Winehouse has been credited with popularizing the jazz and R&B tones in Britain. She brought in an era of jazzy and soulful beats coupled with powerful vocals and lyrics that created her own style. She shot to fame with an album titled Frank, that garnered her Grammy and Mercury Prize nominations.
Following her fame and success, the young singer later went on to release another album labelled Back to Back. Many of her songs have been written with a poignancy unheard in recent times. Winehouse was not a pop icon but someone who brought about a change of sorts in the culture scene of British music. She died tragically from a drug overdose two years ago at a young age of 26. You can see parts of her broken life brought to life in the exhibition managed by the Winehouse’s brother
The museum showcases her life and times and also puts ahead an image of a singer who was lonely and quite disillusioned in life. Co-curated by her brother Alex and step-sister Riva, Amy Winehouse, is much discovered in this exhibition. If you are putting up at the London Premier Notting Hill, make sure you catch a glimpse of this intimate and moving exhibition. You can also get an access to Amy's personal belongings. Some never before items are also on display for the public and some of her distinct albums and songs on play when you saunter across the many rooms of the museum.