How will you be celebrating England's Independence Day on 4th July? Stop fossilising on your sofa and come to see the real fossils in the Natural History Museum shown above.
The UK Government has announced bars, pubs, cafes, restaurants, museums, galleries, cinemas, libraries, places of worship, weddings, hairdressers, bingo halls, funfairs, theme parks, adventure parks, amusement arcades and aquariums will all be allowed to reopen on 4th July. Different households will also be able to meet indoors, meaning all those missed special occasions like birthdays can be made-up for.
This means your life can go back to normal at last! With most places open in July, you can finally go out and enjoy yourself.
We cannot wait to welcome you back to our 4-Star hotels and have some amazing deals to entice you. Book directly with us and benefit from extra discounts to ensure you pay less than anywhere else. Book now but pay later with free cancellation guaranteed, if you change your mind.
All our hotels have excellent locations surrounded by fantastic bars, restaurants and attractions. In particular, Mercure London Kensington is close to the all the London museums if you fancy a mind-expanding day-out and Mercure Hyde Park is close to Oxford Street if you need some high-end retail therapy.