The Strand Palace Hotel London is the place to choose when planning a theatre break in London. Contemporary, comfortable with excellent facilities, it is situated in the heart of the glittering West End and the theatre district, making it quick and easy to reach the show of your choice. It is also mere minutes from Covent Garden and Charing Cross underground stations.
The prestige and high commerce of the City and the glamour and lights of the West End meet here at this imposing building, originally constructed as an Art Deco showpiece, and now extensively but carefully modernized. People from all over the world come to London to see the famous smash-hit theatre shows, and here they are are only a short walk away. If you wish to combine your break with shopping in Covent Garden boutiques, see a world and history of culture at the Royal Academy, the National Gallery or the Tate Modern, the prime location of this hotel will make those trips both easy and accessible. You can also experience the unparalleled views by taking a ride on the London Eye – just across the river from the Strand Palace Hotel – where over two thousand years of history and the finest entertainment in the world are literally at your feet.
You will of course, want the hotel you choose for your theatre break to provide excellent service, and the Strand Palace Hotel prides itself on its amenities and friendly, professional staff. The laundry service will ensure that you leave for the theatre in perfectly pressed clothes. When relaxing in your rooms, you will find chic modern-urban decor in light, soothing colours, and room packages include en-suite bathrooms, room service, hairdryer and plasma TV with satellite channels among others, at truly reasonable value.
If you wish to eat before or after your theatre-going, you will find Johnston’s Brasserie and Bar spacious and welcoming, with contemporary Mediterranean décor, an international cuisine and an extensive wine list. Sit down in the airy Lounge Bar for afternoon tea. Hops is an English pub, serving fine draught beers, and the Mask Bar will offer you signature cocktails, an early evening martini, or an excellent nightcap. If you are in the mood for a perfectly cooked roast, visit the Carvery, and if your theatre trip returns you late to the hotel, don’t hesitate to ring room service for anything you require before retiring.
When looking for a theatre break that puts you in the heart of the capital’s vibrant theatreland, the absolute prime location of Strand Palace Hotel London will make your visit memorable.
Theatres nearby include the Lyceum theatre hosting Disney’s The Lion King, the Adelphi where The Bodyguard is currently running, the Royal Opera House and the London Coliseum, the Vaudeville Theatre and the Duchess Theatre.