Greater London Hotels
Best Western have 3 hotels in Greater London
Greater London is the ceremonial county of the capital and one of the world's most iconic cities. Book a Best Western Greater London hotel for a short break that mixes the bright lights and vibrant pulse of London, with the surrounding countryside, peaceful parklands and stately homes.
Town and city breaks in Greater London
Booking a hotel in greater London will give you easy access to one of the world's most advanced cultural and economic centres as well as one of the western world's oldest cities. Sitting astride the River Thames, London has been settled for millennia, dating all the way back to the Romans who, famously, called it Londinium. During the late Early-Modern Period, namely the nineteenth century, London was the largest and most powerful city in the world and the seat of the most expansive empire the world has ever seen. London is still widely considered the world's cultural capital. Its traditions in the arts, particularly for theatre and literature are unrivalled and it is still one of the world's most successful exporters of music, film, television and books. The local transport system is state of the art, meaning that no matter the location of your hotel in Greater London, you will be within easy reach of all four corners of the vast metropolis.
Greater London parks and gardens
Bromley is one of the finer locations for you to book your Greater London hotel. Stay here to get a new perspective on London. Nearby Westerham Heights is the highest point in the region. Standing at the peak of the North Downs will give you a gorgeous panoramic view of endless countryside and the sprawling metropolis in the other direction. Visitors to Richmond Park can expect to see hoards of family-friendly deer and stags. There are over 600 that roam its 2,500-acre grounds. Regent's Park, nestled in the centre, very near Oxford Street, is packed full of attractions and facilities including a lake with a heronry and boating area, sports pitches, playgrounds and sculptured gardens. Hyde Park is the largest central park and well worth a visit, even if your hotel in Greater London is not located near the centre.
Attractions in Greater London
Booking a Greater London hotel will give you access to a large portion of the country's main attractions, historic landmarks and entertainment hotspots. The city's cultural importance is attested by the presence of four World Heritage Sites: the Tower of London; Kew Gardens; the site comprising the Palace of Westminster, Westminster Abbey and St Margaret's Church; and the historic settlement of Greenwich. The Royal Observatory at the latter marks the Prime Meridian, zero degrees longitude, as well as Greenwich Mean Time - so book a Greater London hotel to visit the centre of today's world map! Part of Harrow's collection of museums, 14th-century Headstone Manor is an imposing timber-framed building surrounded by the only filled moat in the region. Kew Gardens' sprawling grounds house botanical glasshouses, a royal palace and one of the world's largest collections of plants. Book a Best Western hotel in Greater London to experience the best of Britain and all its offerings.
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