Known as both the London Eye and the Millennium Wheel, this huge 450-foot (137-meter) Ferris wheel on the South Bank gives a ... More
EDF Energy London Eye (Millennium Wheel)
Known as both the London Eye and the Millennium Wheel, this huge 450-foot (137-meter) Ferris wheel on the South Bank gives a fabulous bird's eye view of London, if your stomach is strong enough. Its inception in the beginning of 2000 honored the Millennium; and the spectacular views stretch for 25 miles (40 kilometers) on a clear day to include views of Windsor and Tunbridge Wells. Up to 25 people can fit in each of the wheel's “capsules.” the wheel turns surprisingly slowly-it takes 30 minutes to go round, so there's plenty of time to spot landmarks and take photos. Hours vary by season.
Overlooking the gardens of Grosvenor Square , this beautiful Georgian building was home to the Duchess of Kendal in the
18th century, and is the very spot where Wellington's victory over Napoleon was announced. Exquisitely ornate, the rooms are ...
At the Gloucester we have one sole aim....to achieve that unique moment of perfection, your total satisfaction. We want you
to feel relaxed amidst the elegant furnishings. To enjoy the comfort and luxury of the superb surroundings. To embrace ...
One of London's first purpose built hotels, the Millennium Baileys is less formal than most, yet retains an elegant atmosphere.
It's full of character with a wrought iron staircase and detailed cornices. Whichever type of room you want, this ...