Day One: Arrival in London
On arrival at London Heathrow Airport, be met and welcomed by your experienced chauffeur-guide who will provide a safe and comfortable journey into the city centre.
Prior to checking in to your accommodation, your chauffeur-guide will take you on a panoramic and orientation tour of the city - it is a great introduction to the city. Highlights include:
Buckingham Palace, the official residence of HM, The Queen and Royal Family.
Piccadilly Circus, featuring the statue of Eros, at the heart of the West End.
Trafalgar Square, which commemorates Nelson's victory over the French.
Downing Street, the official residence of the Prime Minister.
The Houses of Parliament, home of the British government and Big Ben
Westminster Abbey, the scene of every Royal Coronation since 1066.
To follow, cross the River Thames to arrive on the South Bank and take to the sky. Paris has the Eiffel Tower, New York the Empire State, and London has the London Eye - an extraordinary symbol for an extraordinary city. The world's largest observation wheel offers a spectacular way to take in London's most famous landmarks in just 30 minutes.
For a truly special experience, your capsule will be privately reserved, allowing you to sip on Pommery Brut Royal Champagne and sample artisan pink champagne truffles as you take in the stunning view in privacy.
Truly, there can be no better introduction to the city.
Check into your luxurious accommodation for the duration of your time in the city. Considered London’s most quintessentially English hotel and located in exclusive Belgravia, it was the very last grand hotel of the Edwardian era to be built. Completed in 1910, it is now the oldest privately-owned luxury hotel in London. Each of the 69 individually-designed bedrooms and suites exude English style.
The property possesses a Royal Warrant for hospitality services, an incredibly exclusive mark of recognition for those who supply goods of services to the highest ranking member of the British Royal Family. It is said that The Queen Mother was a great fan of the Eggs Drumkilbo that is served in The Dining Room.