One of the best things about staying in London hotels for visitors to Britain is that you are never more than a couple of hours away from some of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. For example, if you are enjoying a week in one of the many London city centre hotels, you are just over two hours away from Liverpool, the birthplace of The Beatles and the city which gave the world a pop revolution.
You could leave your central London hotels for a day and take a train on the West Coast line to Liverpool and visit the world famous Cavern Club, the venue where John, Paul, George and Ringo began their careers. If pop music isn’t your cup of tea, there are hundreds of things to see less than a couple of hours from the London hotels. For example, you could take a trip to Stonehenge, the monument which dominates Salisbury Plain.
You can decide for yourself whether the standing stones were a place of Sun worship, a sacred burial site or just the most amazing folly ever built by man! Whatever it’s original intention was, Stonehenge was erected between 3,000 BC and 1,600 BC, so you will be able to view ancient history just a couple of hours away from the hotels in London you are staying in. Of course, you can always stay in the city itself, because there are some amazing places to visit just a few minutes walk from most London city hotels and meeting venues in London.