Christmas in London turns magical when the entire city gets into a mood of celebration and cheer. The season’s energy and cheer get into every person and establishment with the Christmas markets in all glitter. There are so many expos happening and entertainment avenues opened for games including ice skating at Winter Wonderland and pantomimes that keep families regaled.
Where to Stay?
To make the most out of this Christmas season, treat yourself to a London visit and an accommodation in a serviced apartment in London in a central part of the city. Increasingly, people are spurning expensive hotels as they find it very curbing in terms of their space, freedom and privacy despite paying more.
On the other hand, a short stay apartment in London, mostly in central areas like Hyde Park, Kensington, Bayswater and Notting Hill gives a sense of luxury with an added feeling of a home away from home. These furnished apartments offer all amenities including elegant living rooms, bedrooms, TV, DVDs, Internet access and a fully equipped kitchen where you can make your favorite dishes! So the peace of mind is more as you save at least 30 percent in costs vis a vis staying in hotels.
Hyde Park Winter Wonderland
Let us have the fun and frolic from Hyde Park with its Winter Wonderland in full swing during Christmas. The latest attraction is The Magical Ice Kingdom as an ice and snow sculpture, giving the chance to explore frozen pathways and so any fictional ice characters.
A modular trip on the Giant Wheel is too memorable and the experience of 360 degree panoramic views from an enclosed pod can be treasured forever.
For those jittery about heights there is skating available at the UK’s biggest ice rink where you can take tickets in advance. Even if the tickets are not available you can visit the Christmas market and Santa Land for free!
If you love Ice skating, Winter Wonderland is not the only venue where you can step onto the ice. Go to Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink which is now celebrating its tenth anniversary with a 900 square meter rink and accommodates 250 skaters.
In a Tudor setting old castle you can be on the ice for many hours. The online booking will make sure that this skating opportunity is not missed. The Tower of London Ice Rink also offers a historical setting for seasonal skating and is absolutely perfect for Christmas family outings.
Without a pantomime, Christmas is incomplete. ‘Aladdin – A Wish Come True” at the O2 has Lily Savage in action Peter Pan at the Beck Theater with Adam Woodyatt in Capital Hook. You can enjoy the shows from 15th December to 6th January.
If you are doing some splendid shopping, never miss the South-bank Christmas Market at the London Eye for the flavor of traditional German Christmas market. With 80 decorated wooden stalls, it offers a perfect venue to buy last minute gifts and presents. The gifts can range from wooden toys, handmade soaps, stunning unusual jewelry to elegant Christmas products. A glass of mulled wine and German Bratwurst is the perfect toast for the shopping.