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The hotel is conveniently situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and overlooks Kensington Palace and Hyde Park.
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Hotel has much to offer with 900 bedrooms
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A dramatic and daring reinvention of the urban resort. Smart, witty and sophisticated, Philippe Starck’s design is a brilliant collision of influences - from the modern to the baroque
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Modern accomodation at Russell Square midst of many central London parks and historical buildings.
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Located on Oxford Street with Hyde Park opposite, the financial district 10 minutes away via underground. Good business facilities.
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international business hotel nestled on the picturesque gardens of Portman Square
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Offers magnificent views over Hyde Park and London skyline
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The new Sherlock Holmes Hotel is an island of elegance, luxury and peacefulness in an unrivalled central location of London.
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Located at the centre of Oxford and Bond Street shopping district.
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The hotel is London's finest monument to art deco style.
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Anthony McCall at the Serpentine Gallery
» Anthony McCall at the Serpentine Gallery
Date: nov 30 2007
Even though Anthony McCall started his work in the early 1970s’, his unusual works are unknown to a larger part of British public. An exhibition at the Serpentine Gallery is your chance to get acquainted with his masterpieces, in which he mixes film, sculpture, installation, drawing and performance. The British artist started as a film-maker and already at that time was notable for the use of light and fire. He then developed his “solid light” film series – projections, in which he used beams of light to stress their sculptural qualities and create varied shapes and forms. However, in the end of the 1970s he left off his artistic career, and returned to it only 20 years later. Exhibition at the Serpentine gallery gives an overview of both his early and later works, and features drawings, photographs and documents from McCall’s archive. The exhibition is opened 30 November 2007 – 3 February 2008.

Nearest hotels:

Hilton London Hyde Park
Thistle Kensington Gardens
Queens Park Hotel

Photomonth East London Photography Festival
» Photomonth East London Photography Festival
Date: oct 2 2007
Photomonth is a large-scale East London Photography Festival which invites visitors to more than 80 exhibitions at 50 galleries around the East London. The festival features all kinds of photography events, from major exhibitions to photo tours for smaller groups. The list of galleries is extensive, but some of them are: the Magnum Print Room, Barbican Art Gallery, Four Corners, Gestalt Centre, Shed-and-a-half and many others. The beginning of the festival is marked with a Photo-Open exhibition at the Art Pavilion (Mile End Park), which welcomes every photographer and filmmaker, from young to experienced ones. There are also talks, walks and seminars organised, like Seamus Ryan’s Sunday Shoots, Photography Workshops with Nigel Wilson, Seminar: Say It As It Is, Ara’s Sojourn Live Performance and much more. The exhibitions are opened 2nd October – 28th November 2007.

Nearest hotels:

City Hotel
Hilton London Docklands
Marriott London W India Quay

Antony Donaldson at the Rocket gallery
» Antony Donaldson at the Rocket gallery
Date: aug 14 2007
One of the most curious exhibitions available at London currently is the exhibition of photographs by Antony Donaldson at the Rocket gallery. The British artist got famous in the 1960s’ (especially for his popular imagery derived from advertisements and magazines) and that is why many of his works are filled with the spirit of that time. Another important page in the artist’s life is the period between 1959 and 1968 when his works were shown at the Whitechapel along with the “Young Contemporaries” and “The New Generation”. But the exhibition at the Rockets covers another short period of his artistic life – those are two years when he lived in Los Angeles and was focusing on Art Deco city cinemas. Attracted by the searchlights in the city sky and the images of the cinemas themselves, the photographer made beautiful pictures, which are now displayed for the first time at the Rocket. The exhibition is opened till September 8th, 2007.

Nearest hotels:

Great Eastern Hotel
City Hotel
Ibis London City

Philippe Decouflé – Sombrero
» Philippe Decouflé – Sombrero
Date: jul 4 2007
If you love dancing, you might have heard of a world-acclaimed choreographer Philippe Decouflé, whose creativeness brought him international recognition. He choreographed a great range of work, including Tricodex for Lyon Opera Ballet and circus productions for the Winter Olympics in Albertville. He was also the director for New Order’s video “True Faith” for which he got an MTV award. These are the reasons why you are highly recommended to visit Decouflé’s latest work “Sombrero” available at Sadler’s Wells 4th July to 7th July 2007, in which you will see Decouflé dancing himself. In order to create the feeling of heat of the sun, the choreographer and dancer plays with light and shadow, and mixes old-fashioned theatricality and high-tech video trickery. As a result, viewers observe a captivating magical show, full of fun and entertainment.

Nearest hotels:

Jurys Inn Islington London
Thistle City Barbican
Hilton London Islington

Antony Gormley: “Event Horizon”
» Antony Gormley: “Event Horizon”
Date: may 17 2007
Walking along the streets of London, you will probably notice unusual objects on some of the roofs, which have the form of the casts of human body. Don’t be too surprised, as this is the part of the “Blind Light” project by the artist Antony Gormley, known for the sculpture of the giant Angel of the North  near Gateshead. These casts can be seen on rooftops and public walkways in the Southbank Centre, King’s College, or next to the IBM building. The main aim of the project is to prompt us to take a new perspective on our surroundings. And if you want to find out more about the artist’s creations, there is an exhibition available at The Hayward Gallery  from 17 May to 19 August 2007. The exhibition presents several large-scale installations together with the artist’s new works created in light-infused webs of steel. Represented by Jay Jopling’s White Cube gallery, it is surprising why this is just the first solo show of such a talented and well-known artist.

Nearest hotels:

Marriott London County Hall
Royal Horseguards Thistle Hotel
Citadines London Trafalgar Square Aparth

Country Living Magazine Spring Fair
» Country Living Magazine Spring Fair
Date: mar 14 2007
Celebrate the coming of spring with a visit to Country Living Magazine Spring Fair. Taking place at the Business Design Centre March 14-18, it will provide you with new ideas on country house decoration and furnishing as well as gardening, cooking and crafts. Spring Fair presents more than 350 exhibitors for contemporary country style, all of which are the talented designers and the real crackjacks. The exhibition is divided into several sections. Inspiring Interiors section is a source of ideas on how to decorate your house, with beautiful furniture, hand-crafted wood product, antique glass and pottery while Outdoor Living section will help you create the garden of your dream with the help of garden tools and furniture. Those who are fond of limited edition garments will find what they need in Fashion and Accessories. And, finally, there is also a Food Hall providing visitors with delicious seasonal food from regional suppliers.

Nearest hotels:

Hilton London Islington
Jurys Inn Islington London
Thistle City Barbican

London Art Fair
» London Art Fair
Date: jan 17 2007
For those who are fond of arts London always offers some special events to visit. One of them is the London Art Fair that welcomes visitors January 17-21 at the Business Design Centre. The fair presents about 100 best London galleries that show exceptional Modern British and Contemporary Art and is aimed at both the collectors and simply those who are curious to see something artistic. With some works sold for not much than £50, you are likely to find something that will give an artistic shade to your house. This year, you will see works of a total of 1800 artists, with key figures in contemporary art world such as Damien Hirst, Keith Coventry and Candida Höfer as well as major Modern British artists such as Barbara Hepworth. This year’s specialty is the launch of Photo50 – a photography section with excellent photos by both established and merging artists represented. And, of course, the exhibition programme includes various talks and discussions.

Nearest hotels:

Hilton London Islington
Jurys Inn Islington London
Citadines London Barbican Aparthotel

Photographic Portrait Prize 2006 exhibition
» Photographic Portrait Prize 2006 exhibition
Date: nov 10 2006
The exhibition that will soon be displayed at the National Portrait Gallery represents the selection of works for The Photographic Portrait Prize 2006. This is the fourth year for the Portrait Prize and this time, there were four photographers shortlisted for the £12,000 award, whereas all in all there were 5, 065 prints made by 2, 021 photographers submitted. After that the judges chose 60 portraits for the exhibition, which runs November 8, 2006 – February 18, 2007. You will definitely like this exposition, as it catches the moments that you do not usually have the time to observe, such as simple beauty, or a moment of ugliness. Moreover, it illuminates the best works created by talented photographers, young talents as well as professionals, students or simply gifted amateurs. Even though only portrait works were chosen, the range of styles is great. The entrance for the exhibition is free and the opening hours are: 10 am – 6 pm.

Nearest hotels:

Radisson Hampshire Hotel
Thistle Trafalgar Square
Thistle London Charing Cross

Riverfront Jazz Festival
» Riverfront Jazz Festival
Date: sep 20 2006
Riverfront Jazz – a festival with a history takes place in pubs, restaurants and theatres in and around Maritime Greenwich. Ten days from 21st September till 1st October will be full of great jazz - from world-class performers in dedicated theatres to traditional local bands in cozy Thames-side settings. Riverfront Jazz Festival is one of the biggest Jazz Festivals in England. All styles of Jazz and every level of celebrity are represented here. This year Riverfront Jazz takes place for the 21st time and during these years it has managed to become one of the most popular and enduring events in the Greenwich calendar. Among participants are Dominic Ashworth, Martin Blackwell, Chris Boreham, George Bridges, Rees Bridges, Jazz Mafia, Karen Lane, Julian Marc Stringle, Tracey Troy, South London Jazz Orchestra, Tim Whitehead and some others.

Nearest hotels:
Melia White House
Victoria Park Plaza
Thistle Trafalgar Square

Speciality and Fine Food Fair London
» Speciality and Fine Food Fair London
Date: sep 3 2006
Speciality and Fine Food Fair London 2006 is promising to be a great event in its field. It’s mainly created for restaurateurs, chefs, delicatessen owners, retailers, wholesalers and distributors, and is dedicated to delivering the best the fine food and drink industry has to offer. This year there will be over 180 companies participating in the show for the first time. Visitors will be able to taste a wide range of the finest food and drink available and meet the producers behind the products, sample specialties from all British Regions and unearth exciting new finds from a range of international specialty producers in a unique and accessible arena. The fair will also include two forums - Small Business Forum, providing practical and valuable information in an ideal business focused arena and Fine Food Forum where industry experts, chefs and demonstrators will explore the future of specialty food and current hot topics. The event will take place from 3rd to 5th September in Olympia Exhibition Center.

Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2006
» Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2006
Date: jul 3 2006
The week from 3 to 9 July 2006 Hampton Court Palace houses world’s largest annual flower show. This event attracts more than 700 exhibitors and illustrates the best in horticulture during high summer. Visitors can buy various plants – from new varieties to old, and the finest gardening gifts and accessories from hundreds of stalls. Floral art, fruit and vegetables, plant heritage and floristry are also on show. Festival of Roses is the largest annual gathering of roses in full bloom. Every year there are several new roses including the Rose of the Year presented. During the show some challenging garden centres and other professional organizations will create some stimulating solutions for awkward areas in a new show feature, Inspiring Spaces. Unique category to the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, Water Gardens, reflects the event’s beautiful location beside the River Thames. The water gardens can be found on the north side of the famous Long Water Canal running across the showground. ‘Conceptual Gardens’ will challenge design students to push the boundaries of garden design and express a high level of innovation and creativity to surprise visitors at the show.

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