British Aircrafts used During the World War

Since the year 1913, several designs of war planes are introduced in Britain. The first one that was manufactured during World War I is Avro 504. Later it turned out to be the most extensively used airplane to train the men of RFC (Royal Flying Corps). The next model of aircraft, created by de Havilland is De Havilland DH9, which is a single engine bomber biplane with two seats. In 1937, Hawker Hurricane was launched as the foremost operational R.A.F. airplane. The speed of this aircraft crosses almost 300 mph. Nearly 1,715 airplanes of this model was when the batter was going on.

Supermarine Spitfire is another single-seat fighter airplane of Britain; it was used during World War II This Spitfire was manufactured in several variants, with many wing configurations. The Spitfire was found to be very popular one; however, now only fifty three Spitfires are airworthy, whereas many others are static. Avro Lancaster was also most significant British heavy bomber. The flight deck contains a highly glazed cover with traditional seating as well as controls. Besides all these, there are some more notable British war planes like Avro Vulcan, Hawker Nimrod, Harrier Jump Jet, BAE Systems Hawk and also Eurofighter Typhoon.

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China – Large Tourist Country

China, a large tourist country, boast numerous attractions, from historical sites, cultural sites to scenic sites. From the overwhelming Forbidden City and world-renowned Great Wall in Beijing, impressive Terracotta Warriors and Horses in Xian, the breathtaking Li River in Guilin, prosperous Bund in metropolitan Shanghai, majestic Yangtze River, to captivating water-town in Suzhou, mesmerizing Jiuzhaigou Valley, ancient Lijiang Old Town and mysterious Tibet.

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Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China built, rebuilt, and maintained between the 5th century BC and the 16th century to protect the northern borders of the Chinese Empire from the attacks of nomadic tribes from the north. The majority of the existing wall were built during the Ming Dynasty. The condition of the Great Wall of China ranges from excellent to ruined. The most popular area of the Great Wall is at Bādálǐng. Also renovated but less touristy are Sīmatai and Jīnshanling.

Potala Palace

Situated 130 meters above the Lhasa valley, the Potala Palace rises a further 170 meters and is the greatest monumental structure in all of Tibet. The construction of the present palace began in 1645 during the reign of the 5th Dalai Lama and by 1648 the Potrang Karpo, or White Palace, was completed. The Potrang Marpo, or Red Palace, was added between 1690 and 1694. The Potala Palace remained the residence of the Dalai Lama until the 14th Dalai Lama fled to India, after the Chinese invasion in 1959.

Forbidden City

Located in the center of Beijing, the Forbidden City is the world’s largest palace covering 72 hectares. Built from 1406 to 1420, the palace complex consists of 980 surviving buildings with 8,707 rooms surrounded by a six meter deep moat and a ten meter high wall. Twenty-four emperors reigned over the country for almost 5 centuries from the Forbidden City until the abdication of Puyi, the last Emperor of China. Today the Forbidden City is a museum and one of the most popular tourist attractions in China.

Victoria Harbour

Victoria Harbour is a major tourist attraction in Hong Kong and one of the deepest container ports in the world. The bay offers stunning views of the skyscrapers of Hong Kong island on one side, and the Tsim Sha Tsui shoreline on the other. Victoria Harbour is also one of the busiest harbors in the world with hundreds of ferries, junks and speed boats darting up and down the shore. One of the best ways to see the harbor is a trip on the Star Ferry.

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Terracotta Army

The Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta sculptures depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China. It is the most popular tourist attraction in Xián and one of the most popular in all of China. It is estimated that in the three pits containing the Terracotta Army there were over 8,000 soldiers, 130 chariots with 520 horses and 150 cavalry horses, the majority of which are still buried in the pits.

Top Tourist Attractions in China

Curator of the world’s oldest continuous civilization, China has a lot of historic attractions to offer such as the famous Forbidden City, the Great Wall and the Terracotta Army. In recent years China has modernized rapidly however as the Communist Party decentralized economic decision making and opened the economy to increase foreign trade. The ambitious skylines of Shanghai and other Chinese cities are a triumphant statement of this process.

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Traveling around is getting increasingly easier although visiting all of the top tourist attractions in China is exhausting rather than difficult considering the vast size of the country.

Pudong Skyline

Pudong is a district in Shanghai on the eastern side of the Huangpu River that has emerged as China’s financial and commercial hub. A skyline of gleaming skyscrapers rises out of what was mere farmland only 20 years ago. Skyscrapers includes the symbolic Oriental Pearl Tower, the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Jin Mao Building and the Shanghai Tower that should be finished in 2014.

Mogao Caves

The Mogao Caves form a system of 492 temples 25 km southeast of the center of Dunhuang, an oasis strategically located at a crossroads on the Silk Road. The caves contain some of the finest examples of Buddhist art spanning a period of about a 1,000 years. Construction of the Buddhist cave shrines began in 366 AD as places to store scriptures and art. Along with the Longmen Grottoes and Yungang Grottoes, the Mogao Caves are one of the three most famous ancient rock-cut temples in China.

Leshan Giant Buddha

The Giant Buddha of Leshan is a gigantic Buddha statue carved out of a cliff face in Sichuan, western China. Begun in the year 713 during the Tang Dynasty, the statue was not completed until the year 803, and was the effort of thousands of sculptors and workers. The Leshan Giant Buddha stands about 71 meters high and has three meter long fingers on each of its enormous resting hands.

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Mount Huang

One of China’s major tourist destinations, Mount Huang is a mountain range in eastern China also known as Huangshan. The area is well known for its scenery, pine trees, peculiarly-shaped granite peaks and views of the clouds from above. In ancient times almost 60,000 stone steps were carved into the side of the mountain range. Today there are also cable cars that tourists can use to ride directly from the base to one of the summits.

Li River Cruise

A Li River cruise from Guilin to Yangshuo is the highlight of any trip to northeastern Guangxi Province. The landscape is decorated with amazing hills, steep cliffs, incredible caves and farming villages, and is lined with bamboo groves. With its breathtaking scenery and taste of a life far removed from the concrete metropolis, the scenery along the Li River is one of the top tourist attractions in China.

Best All Inclusive Resorts in Jamaica

With natural features like pristine beaches, tropical forests and stunning waterfalls in addition to vibrant cities likeNegril and Ocho Rios, it is no wonder that Jamaica attracts tourists from all over the world. What’s more, tourists will find all the comforts of home plus recreation and adventure while staying at one of the island’s many all-inclusive beachfront resorts that range from former sugar plantations to European villages and state-of-the-art hotels. Check out the best all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica.

Sandals Whitehouse European Village and Spa

Designed to resemble three distinct European villages overlooking a private strand of pristine white beach and turquoise waters, this unique Jamaica all-inclusive resort offers the illusion of vacationing in both Europe and the Caribbean at the same time. Guests can choose accommodation between Italian, Dutch and French themes. All rooms feature colorful decor and furnishings, satellite television, wifi and private balconies or patios with ocean or pool views. With amenities like 7 restaurants, a full-service spa, fitness facilities, 4 swimming pools and activities like swimming, water skiing, snorkeling, tennis and volleyball, guests may never want to leave the resort. However, because the resort is situated within a peaceful nature reserve, guests may enjoy nearby eco-tours, ziplining, river rafting and horse riding

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Franklyn D Resort & Spa

Located in Runaway Bay just 20 miles outside of Ocho Rios on the north coast of Jamaica, the Franklyn D Resort & Spa offers fun and relaxation for the whole family. Facing two private crescent beaches with coves of calm waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling, the all-inclusive resort also includes 5 restaurants, a spa tub, hair salon and three outdoor pools. Spacious family suites feature living areas with couches and televisions, dining sets and balconies or terraces opening to ocean and garden views. Families can enjoy on-site recreation like beach volleyball, tennis, snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking, or choose nearby activities like golfing, horse riding, fishing and rafting.

Couples Swept Away Negril

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Fronting a private stretch of Seven Mile Beach nearby the beautiful town of Negril in the westernmost part of Jamaica, this adults-only resort makes for a perfect romantic getaway. Suites feature elegant furnishings like wood accents, terracotta floors and verandas in addition to amenities like air conditioning, ceiling fans, free Wi-Fi. Couples can enjoy access to the resort’s private beach, luxurious gardens, full-service spa, fitness complex, outdoor pool and 6 restaurants and bars. Excursions like catamaran cruises and glass-bottom boat tours are also available.

Places To Visit in Northern California

There are a myriad of fantastic tourist places to visit in Northern California providing a refreshing contrast from LA and Hollywood dominating Southern part of California. Only in the North you can experience the true wonders of California according to the locals and major travel experts. In this part of the Golden Gate San Francisco definitely rules the roost in terms of attractions coupled with stunning coastal regions, wine growing counties and unsurpassed landscapes of the Yosemite National Park.

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To discover most regarded Northern California tourist attractions, please refer to our list below.

San Francisco – Totally uninhibited, eccentric human zoo, the melting pot of traditions, experiences and indulgences, this is San Francisco, the cultural hub of the Northern California. Prepare yourself to be amazed literally around each and every corner. With thousands of top dining establishment, you will find yourselves pondering what to eat for your next meal. With so many San Francisco tourist attractions, you will have to painfully choose where to go next. Among the top landmarks you simply must visit, we can name the quintessential Golden Gate Bridge that is best explored by biking or walking to get a real feel for it grandeur and views. Take a tour of spooky Alcatraz prison museum that is only accessible by water and see former prison cells, escape paraphernalia and many other amazing exhibits. Visit San Francisco Museum of Modern Art to see unconventional pieces of art, so typical to the cultural vibes of the city itself.

Monterey Bay – The place located by Santa Cruz, CA boasting astounding coastal views, beaches, small cities with big time charm and incredible tourist activities. Dive into the fair like festivities of the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, feast on cotton candy and take a ride on a Giant Dipper rollercoaster. Get a chance for up-close encounters with over 35,000 marine creatures that call Monterey Bay Aquarium their home, explore historical Monterey Fisherman’s Wharf to feast on the best seafood and high style shopping. Spend a day in Cannery Row in Monterey to engage in scuba diving, beach lounging and best dining.

Yosemite National Park – Among the premier places to visit in Northern California, Yosemite is a destination of jaw dropping beauty. Located in the midst of Sierra Nevada wilderness, the Park encompasses several ecosystems, home to unique species of flora and fauna. Rated one of the most popular places to visit in Northern California, here you will see towering granite cliffs, hundred year old trees, lakes and waterfalls. Among its most frequented features you will find granite cliff El Capitan, a favorite among rock climbing community; numerous Yosemite National Park Waterfalls that are especially active during ice melting season in the spring and Lyell Glacier, one of the few glaciers surviving in the area. Whether you favor tranquil strolls or adrenaline rush of the mountain biking or rock climbing you are sure to find it here at the Yosemite.

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Redwood National Park – Welcome to the place where you will see the tallest redwood trees, Douglas firs and many other unique flora species. Explore a myriad of trails designated for horseback riding, biking, hiking or scenic drives.


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Things To Do In Argentina: Tourist Attractions

Argentina is a large country in South America famous for its tango, the pampas and beef consumption. Less well known is the fact that the highest peak in the Americas, Aconcagua, lies on its western border and that the southernmost city in the world, Ushuaia, is located on its lower shore.

Perhaps the most obvious reason to visit Argentina is Buenos Aires, one of the most fascinating of all Latin American capitals. It’s an immensely enjoyable place just to wander about, watch soccer, go shopping or simply soaking up the unique atmosphere. Outside the capital, the vastness of the land and the varied wildlife inhabiting it are the real tourist attractions in Argentina.

Bueno Aires

Commonly known as the Paris of the South, it is internationally known for its impressive boulevards, outdoor cafes, and historical facades. Being such a diverse city, this is usually the first place everyone explores for all the things to do in Argentina. The cobblestone streets, boutiques, and shops give this city its exquisite old world European charm.
The city is also famous for its art and history museums as that have become very popular. The endless nightlife doesn’t begin until 2am and doesn’t end until sunrise and the city is the perfect combination for any traveler. Don’t forget to indulge in the café con leche, steak, and other meats that are readily available throughout the city.

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Iguazu Falls

Taller than Niagara falls and twice as wide, the Iguazu Falls on the border of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina are one of the most impressive sites that you will ever see in your travels around the world. 275 waterfalls cascade through the Argentinean and Brazilian national parks and once you see the Devil’s throat you won’t regret the trip.
Though one might be tempted to take a field trip and barrel over the edge, it is against the law so I would recommend the helicopter ride instead.

The Devil’s Throat is equally as breathtaking when standing right on top of the falls. Don’t forget to take the boat ride on the river and into the falls as well as the truck ride through the forest.

Mendoza

This picturesque city in the foothills of the Andes is right in the middle of Argentina’s famous wine country. Commonly known as Argentina’s Napa and Sonoma valleys, here one can enjoy flavorful wines, fruits, and local delicacies. Be sure to set aside time for viewing the varied countryside. There is an extremely colorful Inca Bridge to see in the region and the tons of plazas to get to know in the city. You can also find the western hemisphere’s tallest peak near Mendoza, Aconcagua.

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The majestic mountains tower over the landscape forming the backbone of Argentina. Glaciers defy the laws of gravity and skiing is widely available throughout many of the small rural villages found in this region.

Fall in Love with the State of Rajasthan

The state of Rajasthan is the largest in India in terms of area and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country, for both domestic and international tourists. Rajasthan is known for its great natural beauty and its golden desert along with historic Forts and Palaces, art and culture. The state is also part of the Golden Triangle, which includes the cities of Delhi and Agra.

Tourism in Rajasthan is flourishing, as every third foreign tourist visiting India also visits Rajasthan. The ancient palaces of Jaipur, beautiful and romantic lakes of Udaipur, the desert and sand dunes of Jaisalmer, the Jain temples at Mount Abu, the colourful cattle fair at Pushkar and the grand Umaid Bhavan Palace of Jodhpur, to name a few, are some of the key attractions of the state and draw a lot of tourism to it- to the extent that tourism accounts for 80% of Rajasthan’s Gross Domestic Product. Many old and neglected Forts and Palaces have been converted into Rajasthan heritage hotels. Tourism has also increased employment in the hospitality sector.

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Albert Hall Museum

Albert Hall Museum or the Central Museum, sited amid the gardens of Ram Niwas Bagh in Jaipur, is one of the oldest museums in the state of Rajasthan . The Albert Hall Museum is modeled on the Albert Museum of London and represents the Indo-Saracenic style of architecture.
Thus museum exhibits a rare collection of ancient stuffs including miniature paintings, carpets, metal and wood crafts, toys, dolls, arms and weapons and an Egyptian mummy belonging to the

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The galleries on the ground floor of the museum display various jewelry and dresses that belong to the people of all sections of the society of Rajasthan.
Thus there is an exhibition of the apparels of the privileged class consisting of the Rajputs and the wealthy merchants and the also the garments of the varied tribes of Rajasthan including the Bhils, Meenas, Bhopas, Gadoliya and Lohars. While walking through this gallery one can have an insight of the culture and lifestyle of the Rajasthani tribes.

Amber Fort

Located at a distance of about 11 km from Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan , the Amber Fort stands perched atop a cliff beside the Jaipur Delhi Highway. The architecture is a fine blend of the Mughal and Rajput schools of architecture, beautifully combining white marble and redstone. The beautiful Maota Lake lends the majestic structure a splendid view. The sturdy ramparts and the lovely palaces make Amber Fort Jaipur one of the prime attractions of the state. The fort is also popularly known as Amber Fort.

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City Palace

The City Palace is a stunning sample of architecture in the royal city of Jaipur. The foundations of the palace were laid by Maharaja Jai Singh II Kacchawaha Rajput king of Amber in the 18th century. The beautifully caved marble interiors, magnificent pillars, jali or lattice work and inlaid ornamentations make the palace a cherished tourist attraction. Jaleb Chowk and Tripolia Gate are the two main entrances to the City Palace Jaipur – Rajasthan . The architect of this opulent structure Colonal Jacob has successfully combined the Mughal, Rajput and European styles of architecture. Jaipur, the pink hued land of the majestic Jantar Mantar and the resplendent Hawa Mahal, also houses several shrines, which registers huge footfalls throughout the year. The Galta Temple of Jaipur is a case in point.

Galta Temple

Located amidst stark surroundings, the shrine of Galta, also known as ‘the Monkey Temple’, cuts a spectacular spectacle. Perched on the crown of a mount, the temple, is located at close quarters from the beautiful Sisodia Rani-ka Bagh. It is said that the hallowed portals of the temple played host to the penance rituals of God man Galava. This shrine also used to register huge footfalls from the devotees of Lord Krishna, belonging to the religious order of Ramanand.

Don’t Miss out These Fascinating Places to Visit

FranceThere are much more wonderful places to travel around the world. Each place gives you a different kind of understanding like some gives long time impact and some gives unforgettable memories.
If we really want an exact travel experience around the world, we have to choose the best places. Most of us are confused in this state because choosing best place around the world is not a simple thing. This world is full of treasury gift of God and astonishing human hand creations.

So we are helping you to choose the best places to visit… it may be helpful for you to take a good decision on a right time.

France

France is the world’s most visited tourist destination, which receives more than 82 million vacationers every year. Most specifically the world’s one of the wonder of Eiffel Tower receivers nearly 45 million visitors each year. The wealthy people play ground of French Riviera is popular for its Cannes Film Festival, hovering villages of Saint Paul de Vence and Eze, charm of St. Tropez. Loire Valley the popular destination has the special beauties of magnificent panorama, superb castles, scenic vine plantations and traditional villages. Inspired water lilies home of Giverny, riding a white horse with the guardians in Camargue, the place Lascaux with amazing ancient wall paintings inside the grotto, gorgeous Benedictine cloister of mud flat Mont Saint-Michel, get lost in the impressive gardens of Versailles, observe the wrecks of an antique Roman arena in Nimes, the Sacre Coeur Cathedral gives the unbelievable views of Paris, and much more scenic places are in France to get explore.

Indonesia

Indonesia is the vast country with 17,000 islands. Among these islands some of the particular islands you must be visit to get a memorable experience with the aboriginal of this country. This country is populated with 240 million people and they speak over 250 dissimilar languages. The special places to visit in Indonesia is, Ubud the place which consist of spectacular patio paddy fields, Jakarta the capital of Indonesia is famous for its jam-packed & chaotic city and the international Airport, Mount Bromo the active Volcano in Bromo tengger Semeru National Park, Island Sumatra is famous for its Volcanic lake Toba, Island Borneo is a popular foe it’s the Tanjung Putting National Park with wild animals of Orangutan, gibbons, clouded leopards, pythons, macaques, and crocodiles, Tana Toraja the unique mountains are famous for its affluent customs, customary rural communities, and interesting rituals, and so many exciting areas.

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The popular tourist destination of Italy is renowned for its art caches, cool trend, surprising scenery, adoring community and world class cuisine. Italy presents so much to view and do that it would take a lifetime to discover. Rome is the huge and complex city with antique and new at the similar time. Roman is famous for its popular city of Vatican. Tuscany is the wonderful place consists of progressing hills, vine plantations, cypress trees, and olive groves. Venice is the amazing and unique place to visit in Italy, which is enclosed by Adriatic Sea and 118 beautiful islands are connected with more gorgeous bridges and inland waterways. Pompeii, Amalfi coast, Milan, Sicily, and much more historic and startling places are available to visit in Italy.


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How To Tell The Greek Islands Apart

Which Greek island would suit you best? Whatever you choose, you are guaranteed a beautiful holiday in the sunshine, with stunning beaches and great food. If you’re touring around the islands, you don’t have to worry too much about telling them apart, but if you have to choose just one, it can be hard to know which island will provide your ideal holiday. Let’s take a look at some of the main differences between a sample selection…

Santorni

Santorni used to be known as Kallisti, or “for/to the most beautiful” in Greek, which was also written on the Golden Apple of Discord in Ancient Mythology (check out the story here!). Santorni used to be a much bigger island, but due to a volcanic eruption in 1630 BC, a great chunk of the land collapsed into the sea, leaving the crescent island we know today.

Mykonos

Mykonos is famous for its bohemian and LGBT roots, and is still a haven for the gay community. However, that’s not all there is to Mykonos. The beautiful whitewashed buildings, next to golden sands, strike a picture-perfect image. Just be careful of cruise ships docking, because these tourists really flood the area.

Corfu

Previously under British possession, famous writer and painter, Edward Lear, popularised Corfu, one of the greenest islands in Greece. There are thousands of olive trees across the landscape, and although it can be quite touristy, there are areas that are nicely rural and removed from the tourist track. Just travel in-land to experience Greece as it’s meant to be.

Crete

Crete could be its own country. It’s probably one of the few islands that could actually feed itself, so this is one of the best places to visit for a fantastic foodie experience. In-land, you can find ruined chapels and palaces, as well as some of the best hiking opportunities you will come across in Greece.

Rhodes

When it comes to rich history and architecture, Rhodes has this in spades. We’re talking Crusader castles, medieval towns, and frescoed churches. Walk around the walled old town and take in the mountainous scenery. Be aware that, for this reason, Rhodes can be quite touristy.

Skiathos

For gorgeous seas and more beaches than you can shake a stick at, Skiathos is your island. It’s also another verdant holiday destination, even though the forest unfortunately burned down in 2007. You can find people from all over the world in Skiathos during the summer, although tourists from colder climates tend to come to Skiathos in the spring or autumn (for more moderate temperatures). There is a reliable bus service around the island, so if you can’t rent a car, don’t worry!

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Hydra is the perfect island to get away from the hubbub of your hectic life and just enjoy relaxing in a relaxed, romantic setting. Cars are banned in Hydra, so you either have to use donkeys or walk! This is one of the few Greek islands largely untouched by modernisation. Hydra has been the birthplace of no less than five Greek Prime Ministers, and has more than 300 churches and 6 monasteries.

Naxos

Naxos has quite wild, unkempt scenery, and is another one of the few islands that could feed its population with sheep, goats, and cattle. The range of cheeses on Naxos is fantastic, but take a good map if you plan to go exploring; it’s easy to get lost.

Patmos

You can tell that Patmos was created from volcanic activity – the amazing landscape and charming islets lend to fantastic beaches and some stunning monasteries. There is something exceptionally tranquil about Patmos, so if you need to unwind and take it slow, Patmos is an idyllic option.

Paros

Paros comes with everything you’d expect from a Greek island: fun and lively cafés, sandy beaches, fishing harbours full of tethered boats, and whitewashed buildings. You will find a lot of local spirit in Paros that you may not find as much on the other islands.

So, which one sounds best to you?


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A Boutique State of Mind: London

Boutique Hotels LondonIt is an absolutely different experience to stay at a boutique hotel. Boutique hotels offer guests and elegant atmosphere and a comfortable stay. The culture is quaint and the ambience is warm and muted in such hotels. These are the aspects to impress any guest whosoever. Moreover, these hotels provide their guests with the very best and absolutely world-class facilities coupled will an experience that lasts a lifetime. It is a well-known fact that some of the best boutique hotels in the world are situated in London. It is a city where one can find a boutique hotel lurking in every street.

Mentioned below is a list of Boutique Hotels London.

Haymarket Hotel

The Haymarket Hotel is just next door to the Theatre Royal Haymarket, in Suffolk which is the heart of the theatre district of London. This area is surrounded by some of the best bars and restaurants in London. Moreover, this hotel is at a locational advantage for tourists, who can reach the nearby St. James Park in just 5 minutes and the Buckingham Palace in just 15 minutes by foot. Some of the facilities offered by the hotel include a gym, a lovely spa and a swimming pool. The rooms are equipped with flat-screen TV, a well-stocked minibar, iPod docking station and a writing desk. This is further complimented by a 24-hour room service.

Hotel 41

Located opposite the Royal Mews, behind the Buckingham Palace, is the boutique hotel that oozes luxury, 41. The black and white themed rooms are striking. The bedrooms are equipped with handmade mattresses, luxury bedding and air-conditioning. Moreover, each room is attached with a marble bathroom, iPod docking station, and movies-on-demand. The bathrooms are complimented with bathrobes and toiletries from Penhaligon. The service of this hotel is very attentive like any 5-star hotel. The location of this hotel is also of paramount significance. Being just 500 meters apart from the London Victoria Tube and Train Station, and just a mile away from Piccadilly Circus, Westminster Abbey and the two Houses of Parliament is a huge locational advantage.

Corinthia Hotel

Just a few steps away from Whitehall and Trafalgar Square, is one of the most luxurious hotels in London, if not the UK, Corinthia Hotel. Boasting two bars, the award-winning and also the best spa in London (ESPA Life) , elegant restaurants (The Northall, Oyster Bar and Massimo Restaurant) serving the best of British cuisine and modern Italian fare, a florist and also the world’s first Harrods hotel concession, this hotel is the best luxury that one can offer. The rooms are a perfect blend of state-of-the-art amenities and the 1885 origins of the hotel. Equipped with Wi-Fi, iPod docking station, marble-finish bathrooms, LCD TV and air-conditioning, the rooms of the hotel are spacious and luxurious. Moreover, there is a Daniel Galvin luxury hair salon also present in the hotel.

Everyone deserves the best accommodation opportunities coupled with opulent amenities while staying at a city like London. Whether, you are a business traveler, or a traveler who enjoys technologically advanced facilities, or one who is looking for the ideal romantic getaway, the boutique hotels in London is the answer to your prayers.


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