Hyatt House London Stratford offers a perfect base in the trendy neighbourhood of Stratford. With over 100 sophisticated studios and one bedroom apartments featuring modern décor and fully equipped kitchens this property is very well appointed. Enjoy stunning views of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the City of London from the comfort of your own London pied-a-terre. Located in Westfield Stratford City within easy access to the Canary Wharf and the City these stylish living spaces benefit from a range of complimentary conveniences including daily breakfast, access to the hotel’s 24/7 gym, bar and restaurant and laundry services.
26.4m2 studio with plush king bed, fully equipped kitchen with hob, fridge and dishwasher, working/dining area and modern bathroom.
26.4m2 studio complete with plush king bed, fully equipped kitchen with hob, fridge and dishwasher, working/dining area and modern bathroom.
26.4m2 studio complete with a plush king bed, fully equipped kitchen with hob, fridge and dishwasher, working/dining area and modern bathroom.
27.31m2 studio complete with a plush king bed, fully equipped kitchen with hob, fridge and dishwasher, working/dining area and modern bathroom. Fully adapted for wheelchair users features walk in wet room.
30m2 studio complete with a plush king bed, fully equipped kitchen with hob, fridge and dishwasher, working/dining area and modern bathroom.
Stay dedicated to your routine in the 24-hour Fitness Centre with state of the art equipment. From treadmills, bikes, cross-trainers,free weights, bench and chest press-anything to suit your needs and contributestowards your well-beingsituated on the 12thFloor of the hotel.
This fabulous retail mecca offers over 250 shops. Many of the world’s most renowned fashion, beauty, lifestyle and home brands, are represented here right on your doorstep!
Visit Bond Street – host to some of London’s most luxury shopping, bespoke tailoring and the world’s most high-end brands including Mulberry, Louis Vuitton, Asprey and Ralph Lauren
Walk the length of London’s Oxford Street from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road and enjoy browsing the best high street brands. Home to some of London’s most fabulous department stores including Selfridges.
This foodie haven is one of London’s oldest markets. Browse the stalls, enjoy the culinary delights and award winning restaurants.
Spitalfields is open seven days a week – a destination market for traders and retailers. Spitalfields showcases the unique work of independent stallholders. Your trip will be memorable and unique.
In the West End of London,Covent Garden is renowned for its street theatre, luxury fashion and beauty stores as well as many award-winning restaurants and theatres.
Built for the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, the London Stadium is now the home of West Ham United Premier League football club. International athletics events are staged here, as well as overseas games in the US’ Major League Baseball. It is a popular concert venue and has hosted major performers such as The Rolling Stones, Beyonce, and Foo Fighters. Read more…..
Home of the Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur. The stadium also hosts a range of sporting events including Rugby, Boxing and NFL. Also serving as a concert venue, the stadium has hosted international touring bands such as Guns and Roses.
This indoor velodrome is the fastest track in the world. Beginners to elite riders can ride the track at this iconic venue on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
A multi-use venue within the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park hosting many sporting disciplines including Netball, Boxing and Taekwondo at amateur and international level. Copperbox Arena also hosts large e-gaming events.
Two Olympic sized swimming pools and diving pool are situated at the London Aquatics Centre. The venue is used for international swimming and diving competition and special events such as fashion shows. This fabulous pool is open to the general public when not being used for events.
Beneath its iconic arch, the historic Wembley Stadium is the largest football stadium and music venue in the UK. The stadium hosts world class sporting events including FA Cup Final, international football and major music concerts.
This spooky attraction recreates gory and macabre historical events for the whole family’s entertainment with special effects and live actors. Not for the feint hearted!
No family visit to London would be complete without a visit to the Sea Life Centre. Discover over 500 species from all over the world in 14 themed zones over 3 floors. Enjoy interactive public feeding, diving displays and touch pools.
A scaled indoor city where kids can glimpse of the future. Children can be whoever they want to be, from an airline pilot to radio presenter! They can work, earn, learn, and play whilst having fun.
A viewing experience like no other. With breathtaking views of London, the world’s longest and tallest tunnel slide and the UK’s highest freefall abseil.
Located on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, the famous revolving observation wheel gives guests a 30 minute 360° moving view. From the heart of the city,get up close to London’s iconic landmarks
One of the world’s oldest zoos. A great family day out located in Regents Park. Enjoy Gorilla Kingdom, Meet The Monkeys and Butterfly Paradise.
There’s so much to do at London’s most exciting Park! Relax in the beautiful parklands, discover hidden artworks dotted around the Park, let the kids loose in the exciting playgrounds, watch international sports tournaments in the iconic venues or try out a new sport yourself! Whether you’re planning your first trip or looking for inspiration, remember, the Park is open seven days a week and free to enter.
Experience our beautiful & peaceful Urban Wetlands with over 105 acres of nature reserve to explore. One of the most important conservation projects of the 21st century.
In the heart of London, Hyde Park offers both world-class events and concerts together with plenty of quiet places to relax and unwind. Read more…..
Overlooking the River Thames and once King Henry VIII’s hunting grounds, Greenwich Park is one of London’s eight Royal Parks featuring 17th century landscape, stunning gardens and a rich history dating back to Roman times. Fabulous views!
Kew Gardens offers vast gardens to explore including the arboretum and alpine rock garden. Seasonal treats include Christmas lights, summer concerts and a winter orchid spectacular!
One of the UK’s biggest entertainment venues, and you’re sure to find something for everyone from its outlet shopping, cinemas and concert arenas welcoming some of the world’s biggest artists plus rooftop climbing over its iconic dome structure
Theatre Royal Stratford East is a historical and iconic theatre built in 1884, in the heart of East London, telling stories that are current and representative of London as a diverse city.
One of the UK’s biggest event spaces. Situated right in the heart of London’s Docklands, just a couple of minutes from London City Airport, it attracts visitors from all over the world to its wide range of events and conferences.
One of London’s major museums dating back to 1857, it is agreat day out for all the family with interactive exhibitions throughoutto see, touch and experience science first-hand.
A great day out for all the family, a chance to see the biggest life and earth science displays including dinosaurs, whales, and volcanoes in an interactive, educational and engaging exhibitions for all ages.
Large art gallery situated on the Southbank of the River Thames holding the nation’s collection of modern art from 1900 to the present day. The collection holds masterpieces of international and British modern art.
London’s iconic castle and World Heritage Site, see the Crown Jewels up close in a walk-through exhibition, chat to the ‘Beefeaters’ and find out firsthand about the castles long and interesting history dating back to William the Conqueror.
Home of Greenwich Mean time, the Prime Meridian of the world, placing one foot in the west and one in the east this a unique experience situated in Greenwich Park, this is also home to London’s Planetarium.
Historic sailing ship and iconic attraction. As a British Tea Clipper ship transporting goods around the globe, it was on the fastest of its time and a great day out for all the family situated in Greenwich.
The National Maritime Museum is an interactive museum suitable for all ages with exhibitions mapping out Britain’s long maritime history as far back as the Battle of Trafalgar, one iconic display is Lord Nelsons jacket that he wore during this fatal battle.
Most significant of the surviving Second World War Royal Navy warship, since her launch over 80 years ago, now permanently moored on River Thames. You can climb onboard and explore the nine levels of this ship with interactive displays and historical exhibitions.