Archive for November, 2010

National Theatre, London

Best seats at the Lyttelton, National Theatre London

The National Theatre holds three auditoriums within its complex, which are the Olivier, the Cottesloe and the second largest, the Lyttelton. The theatre is named after the very first board chairman of the National, Oliver Lyttelton, and has a seating capacity of 890 on two levels – Stalls and Circle. If More >

Playhouse Theatre, London

Worst Seats at the Playhouse Theatre

The Playhouse Theatre is situated in the heart of London, a minute’s stroll from the River Thames. With a small seating capacity of 786 people on three levels – Stalls, Dress Circle and Upper Circle, there are many great views from most of the seats. There are, however, certain seats with More >


A Westminster Wedding

Unsurprisingly, the Tube Hotels blog is extremely popular with foreign dignitaries, royalty, celebrities and aristocrats. Since these people will fill the majority of the pews at the April wedding of William Windsor and Kate Middleton, we thought it would be nice to offer a little guide to Westminster Abbey and More >

Phoenix Theatre, London

Best Value Tickets at the Phoenix Theatre

It can always be a struggle to choose the perfect seats for a theatre show, and if you are thinking about buying tickets to see Blood Brothers at the Phoenix Theatre which is located on Charing Cross Road, minutes from Tottenham Court Road tube station and its array of Tottenham Court More >

Town House Galleria Ext.

London’s Six Star Hotel: The Wellesley

If preliminary reports are to be trusted, it’s looking like London may soon join the likes of Dubai in not only the quantity but the quality of its top hotels. New hotels have been coming down the pipeline thick and fast in anticipation of the London Olympics in 2012, and More >

Full English

The Best Breakfast Under London Bridge

Greasy spoon cafes are plentiful in London, but it’s always a pleasure to find one that really makes an impression. It’s easy for exotic locales like Norfolk or the Peak District to deliver a characterful breakfast experience with their crazy accents and bacon made on the premises, but economical city More >

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London

Top 3 Attractions Near the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane

The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane is located in the heart of Covent Garden near to the bustling markets and little boutiques that comprise of this area. Seeing all of London’s main draws and attractions could not be any easier as the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye and plenty of the More >

Adelphi Theatre London

Finding the Adelphi Theatre Stage Door

After watching a show at the theatre, it is exciting to try to meet the performers afterwards if you particularly enjoyed a show, of if a certain celebrity is performing there who you would like to speak to. It is usually easy to meet the actors at the stage door, More >

Selfridges Food Hall

London’s Finest Food Halls

For those of us nurturing a healthy obsession with food, moving to London can sometimes entail a surprising sense of loss. There are more exciting restaurants and concept-driven cafes than you could visit in a lifetime, but it comes at a price. Locally-produced food made by real artisans can often More >