London


Big BenLondon is a lovely city to visit, despite the crappy weather. Business travelers to London can expect to find excellent service and a fast paced city. It is definitely not a budget destination, so be happy if your employer is footing the bill.

Getting There & Around

London is serviced by several airports, including the must disparaged Heathrow, Gatwick, and the smaller Stansted, all of which can be easily reached by public transportation.

The tube (that’s English for the subway) connects various parts of the city. Cabs are a little hard to come by by any standards other than those of New York.

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Business Hotels

The Berkeley Hotels – Wilton Place London, SW1X 7RL
City Inn Westminster – 30 John Islip St. London, SW1P4DD
Claridge’s – Brook St. London, W1A 2JQ
Courthouse Hotel Kempinski – 19-21 Great Marlborough St. London, W1F 7HL
The Dorchester – 54 Park Lane London, W1A 2HJ

Entertainment

London has it’s fair share of tourist attractions, but the prices are steep. You can visit the historic sites of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and the Tate Musuem easily in a day. There are monuments, museums and galleries sprinkled throughout the city. Lovers of spicy food will be sorely disappointed in the cuisine, even the popular Indian and Thai dishes are seriously toned down. People may talk smack about the food in England, but in London you can find pretty much any sort of victuals you want. The theater is a great way to spend an evening, whether alone or with friends.