Centrally situated just 5 minutes’ walk from London’s leafy Hyde Park, the modern and stylish Notting Hill Gate Hotel offers free WiFi throughout. Home to popular shops, Kensington High Street is just 10 minutes’ walk away and Oxford Street can be reached after a 15-minute Tube journey. The popular Kensington Gardens can be reached after a 15-minute stroll, along with London’s Marble Arch, Edgware Road, and Portobello Market. The popular Kensington Gardens can be reached after a 15-minute stroll, along with London’s Marble Arch, Edgware Road, and Portobello Market.
A 5-minute walk from the shops at Oxford Street and Regent Street, this elegant Victorian town house offers a buffet-style continental breakfast and is a short walk from many Tube stations. Free Wi-Fi is available in all areas. Regent’s Park is a 10-minute walk from Astor Court. London’s West End theatres, Piccadilly and Covent Garden are just 10 minutes from Astor Court Hotel. Astor Court Hotel is a Grade II Listed building, and each spacious room has unique features. Bedrooms have free tea/coffee facilities and satellite TV.
Popular points of interest near the apartment include Dominion Theatre, Regents Park and British Museum. The nearest airport is London City Airport, 14 km from Trendy Studios, MARYLEBONE – SK. Located in London, near Madame Tussauds, Oxford Street and Carnaby Street, Trendy Studios, MARYLEBONE – SK features free WiFi. All units comprise a seating area, a dining area, and a fully equipped kitchenette with various cooking facilities, including a microwave, a fridge, a stovetop and a toaster.
The London’s most exquisite theatre,the London Palladium is erected in Argyll Street of West Minister city.The theatre which is renowned for sundry perfomance was aired on December 26,1910.Architect Frank Matcham has framed the theatre’s structure with 2286 seatings encompassing a three-tier auditorium with a dress circle and stalls.The London Palladium is now under the supervision of the Really Useful Theatres.In the West End,Six theatres are under the aegis of the Really Useful Theatres Group.Andrew Lloyd Webber and Madeleine Lloyd Webber are the directors of this group.The adoring theatre has commemorated its centenary ceremony on December 2010.
Since 1800,the theatre undergoes several refurnishing and rebuilding.Formerly the London Palladium was a Corinthian Bazaar,Circus arena,the National Skating Palace and a Motley House where all types of shows with varying actors were portrayed.The Palm Court made of Norwegian Rose granite behind the stalls can serve tea for 1000 visitors at a time.The walls of the theatre was coloured with a combo of gold,pink,silver and white with telephone box stationed at each section.These striking features made the theatre more remarkable.
Centennial festivals of Palladium incorporated an occasion show displayed by the building staff, paying tribute to the musicals and craftsmen that have showed up in the most recent 100 years, the Royal's arrival Variety Performance to its otherworldly home, a month of unique century building visits and little presentation in the practice room.A medallion revealed by eminent personlities of BBC Radio 2&4,Bruce Forsyth, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Danielle Hope along with a documentary of the theatre.The visitors of the London Palladium can travel via bus,by underground or by cars.Oxford Circus is the nearby subway station.Oxford Street is adjacent to Soho which facilitates the car parkers.
The London Palladium is renowned for hosting Royal Variety Performances.The elegant venue helps to make one’s special occasion like birthdays,anniversaries etc more unforgettable with their luxurious amenities.The alluring London Palladium is also the apt place to comport the dealings and gatherings for business.The Chitty Chitty Bang Bang with 1414 shows is the semipermanent show ever in the prestigious theatre.i London Palladium is the perfect venue to host the grandest business conferences, presentations, meetings and iconic London Palladium iCats,Sinatra,Bellowhead and An Evening with Liza Minnelli are some of the current shows graced in the London Palladium.The London Palladium- Story of the Theatre and its stars is a book chronicles the early days of the prestigious theatre.Neil Sean’s Live from the London Palladium depicts the experience of actors of the Palladium.On every second Friday of a month,Mark Fox arranges tour of the theatre during production.Tommy Steele was the one who starred in many productions of the London Palladium.