Marble Arch not only hosts the latest Amba Hotel opening and is a historic London landmark in itself, it is also filled with buzzing new restaurants, swish cocktail bars and of course just beside the live theatrics of the West End. We’ve picked a few of our favourite recent openings for you to discover next time you’re in town.
London has been known as a creative, inspirational hub for artists for centuries, so it’s no wonder many home-grown musical talents have paid homage to their muse by giving it a starring role on the cover of some of their best-selling albums. Here are five famous London landmarks you can visit around the capital and recreate for your own amusement – maybe give the weary drivers that have to go through Abbey Road a break for once though…
Somerset House is located pretty much right in the centre of London, if such a thing can be said to exist. Overlooking the Thames and mere steps from all the theatrics of Leicester Square, Covent Garden and a plethora of museums and galleries, it’s in prime position to serve the cultural tastes of tourists and locals alike.