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Brimming with centuries of history and boundless innovative energy, London never runs out of places to explore, be they old favorites that have been given a makeover or hidden gems just waiting to be discovered. Rosewood London is ideally situated in Central London, perfect for guests to explore the many undiscovered places and experiences on its doorstep and across the city.

Things to do in London - The Essentials

  • Tower of London - One of London's most famous landmarks, the Tower of London is home to the Crown Jewels, Beefeaters, the famous ravens, and nearly 1000 years of British history.
  • London Eye - Take a flight on this 135 meter tall Ferris wheel on the banks of the Thames and see all of London.
  • The Mousetrap - Currently enjoying its Diamond Anniversary, Agatha Christie's The Mousetrap is the world's longest running show. Over 250,000 performances have been given and this play is now part of theatrical history.
  • London's Royal Parks - For a glimpse of greenery without venturing outside the city, the Royal Parks are unbeatable. All offer unique opportunities in addition to their natural splendor: from the paddle boats and zoo in Regent's Park, the bird-filled lake in St. James's Park, the namesake palace and the Serpentine Art Gallery in Kensington Gardens, to Hyde Park's lake meadows and sculpted gardens.
  • Covent Garden - Once home to London's fruit, vegetable, and flower trades, the covered market today is the center of a vibrant shopping and dining district, just a few minutes' walk from Rosewood London. With dozens of off-beat boutiques, high-street shops, street entertainment, and buzzy restaurants, the neighborhood also encompasses the Royal Opera House and a number of theaters. It is one of London's most appealing neighborhood for lovers of arts, culture, food, and fashion.
  • A Walk Along the Thames - The indomitable River Thames is essential to London's identity, as it slices through the capital on its way to the North Sea. Just a short walk from the hotel, it presents one of the best opportunities to traverse the city. Heading east, walkers will encounter the National Theatre, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, British Film Institute (BFI), Tate Modern, the City, The Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Heading west, the Southbank Centre is the first sight, followed by Westminster, the London Eye, the Houses of Parliament and Chelsea.
  • St. Paul's Cathedral - Perched at the highest point of the City of London, just a short walk from the hotel, the Christopher Wren-designed cathedral has dominated the London skyline for more than three centuries. Constructed from Portland limestone – like much of the British Museum, National Gallery, and Buckingham Palace – the cathedral is open to the public and holds services daily.
  • Lincoln's Inn Fields - Set immediately to the south of the hotel, the leafy park is the largest public square in London. It was designed in part by English architect Inigo Jones in the 17th century, and the square is flanked by its namesake Inn – one of four original Inns of Court that comprise the core of the British legal system – as well as hosting Sir John Soane's Museum, the Hunterian Museum, and a scattering of buildings belonging to the London School of Economics. Just around the corner is The Old Curiosity Shop, made famous by Charles Dickens.
  • The City - Synonymous with the metropolis' financial center, the City of London is a one-square-mile district within London that dates back to the Roman settlement Londinium. Nowadays, in addition to glistening glass high-rises, it is home to St Paul's Cathedral as well as a host of smaller churches and hole-in-the-wall pubs that are among the oldest in Britain.


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