The cosmopolitan, dynamic city of London is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations, and Marriott features several hotels in London’s most attractive neighbourhoods.
In London, hotel guests find a veritable treasure trove history and culture. A ride on the gigantic Ferris wheel, the London Eye, is a great way to get a sense of the city's enormity and also to see recognisable landmarks, such as Big Ben and Tower Bridge, from a different angle.
London's museums and galleries are free to visit. The Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum are all conveniently in South Kensington. A short Tube ride away, the British Museum has a staggering collection of seven million objects and the glorious domed Reading Room, famously used by the likes of Virginia Woolf and Oscar Wilde.
Theatre in the West End is a favourite of many London hotel patrons, as is Covent Garden with its boutiques and street theatre. For those in search of a night out, Soho is a flashing beacon of revelry, and East London offers an edgier, more culturally diverse experience.
Travel from any of the London Marriott hotels is simple using the Tube, red double-decker buses and distinctive black cabs.