Kings Cross in London is a buzzing hub of working Londoners, tourists and students, travelling in and out of the city. Its rich historical background and recent redevelopment are just a couple of the reasons that make Kings Cross one of London’s leading tourist destinations. As a result, there is always plenty to see and do here.
Although we’ve had an amazing (officially record-breaking) summer here in the UK, we can’t deny that we’re really looking forward to our favourite time of the year: autumn.
It might be slightly colder, and perhaps a little bit wetter, but London is no less spectacular than any other time of year. Hibernating inside your hotel room (no matter how brilliant we are here at Swinton Hotel) is definitely not an option when visiting the capital in autumn.
London is known for many of its famous attractions: Big Ben, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace…but did you know that London is also home to an abundance of wonderful hidden gems across the city? Take a look at our list of 15 quirky things to do in London before you plan your next visit:
London is a vibrant city full of artistic flare. There seems to be creativity on every corner of every street and inside hundreds of buildings scattered across the city. From intriguing and contemporary, modern and mesmerising to classic and traditional; art is for everyone. Isn’t that great?
Right this very second there are numerous exhibitions happening in the capital – a lot of which are just a short walk from the Swinton Hotel. Here is our quick guide to what should be on your must-see list in the next couple of months.
London is the most exhilarating and happening city on earth – and great all year round, from autumn and winter to spring and summer! It is a cornucopia of style, history and events. What’s more, London doesn’t need to cost the earth! Many of its treats, like the Swinton Hotel, are great value for money and some are free! Here’s our guide to spending summer in the city without splashing out.