Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Spotlight on: London

6 Days 5 Nights
Starting from $600
Brimming with a cornucopia of diverse ethnic cultures, London still remains quintessentially British, evident in the city's time-honored symbols - Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, and those ubiquitous boxy taxis and double decker buses.  Ever-evolving and always exhilarating, today's London is one of the world's most foremost financial centers as well as a global hotspot for arts, culture and cuisine.

Prices are per person, twin share, double occupany
5-nights stay at Guoman Tower Hotel
Fine breakfast daily at hotel
Round trip London Heathrow Airport/hotel transfers by cab
Additional $35 charge each way per person for transfers from/to London Gatwick Airport
A morning tour of London is on seat-in-coach basis - Visits: The Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Downing Street, Picadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, and the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace (occasionally the Changing of the Guards may be substituted with the Horseguards Parade) No admission is included in the tour
A comprehensive courtesy pick-up service from Guoman Tower Hotel is offered for the morning tour

Guoman Tower Hotel
Inspired by the slow roll of the Thames just outside, the Guoman Tower Hotel provides a feeling of serenity and peace, away from the bustle of London and the city.  You will find a wide selection of comfortable bars and restaurants and 19 fully equipped meeting-rooms at the hotel.  The Tower Bridge, the Thames and St Katharine's Dock add to the amazing landscape surrounding the hotel.  Whatever the purpose of your stay, you'll find all rooms welcoming, relaxing and furnished with every comfort and convenience.

Call 1.888.345.7489 to book your London City Package today!

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