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Great value weekend Group Tours with Imperial Hotels London

  • The view from Victoria Tower of the Houses of Parliament, the River Thames, Westminster and Westminster Bridge, to the Millennium Wheel © VisitBritain, Andrew Pickett

    London - The view from Victoria Tower of the Houses of Parliament, the River Thames, Westminster and Westminster Bridge, to the Millennium Wheel © VisitBritain, Andrew Pickett EXPIRES 13.6.2021
  • Big Ben, the clock tower, and bell tower beside the Houses of Parliament, in Westminster © VisitBritain, Jason Hawkes

    London - Big Ben, the clock tower, and bell tower beside the Houses of Parliament, in Westminster © VisitBritain, Jason Hawkes EXPIRES 13.6.2021
  • City cruises and tower bridge

    City cruises and tower bridge
  • Tower Bridge, London ©, Antoine Buchet

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3 day tour
From £109 per person - minimum 20 passengers

Weekend holidays for groups in London

Weekend Value Breaks in Central London for Groups

Let us whisk you away to some of the world’s most famous landmarks and historical attractions. Our weekend tours in London for Groups can offer you trips from Buckingham Palace and Tower Bridge. Then onto the West End and the London Eye. This vibrant capital city is both contemporary and steeped in history, making it the perfect city break destination.

Working with Imperial Hotels Group London, we are now delighted to offer group space at the Imperial Hotels chain in Russell Square, including the Royal National Hotel, The Imperial Hotel and the President Hotel. These 3 star hotels have a fabulous location – within walking distance of the British Museum and Covent Garden, and an abundance of restaurants and pubs in the area for your evenings.

Great value tours in Central London for your group with Imperial Hotels London

London has many famous museums – most are free to enter. Visit the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square to admire more than 2,000 paintings, including works from renowned artists such as Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci and Rembrandt. Experience the delights of the British Museum’s remarkable collection, where you’ll find an array of fascinating exhibits – Egyptian mummies to the Rosetta Stone. Or, stop off in South Kensington to explore three of London’s most popular museums – The Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Science Museum.

Spend the afternoon strolling around beautiful Hyde Park. Alternatively, wander through the stunning Regent’s Park or visit the resident pelicans in St James Park. Then stop off at nearby Buckingham Palace to marvel at the magnificent London landmark.

Round off your weekend in London in a traditional London pub. Take your pick from classic British cuisine at affordable prices. Many pubs offer iconic dishes such as fish ‘n’ chips and sausages & mash.

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Travel to your hotel in Central London

Aim to arrive at the hotel during the afternoon, and check in. If you arrive early, why not take a walk around Russell Square or pop into the British Museum – only a few minutes away. We can arrange an optional three course set dinner in the hotel restaurant. However, there are several restaurants and pubs in the immediate vicinity of the hotel, so you’ll be spoilt for choice outside the hotel.

After dinner retire to the hotel bar, or alternatively visit one of the many bars and pubs in the area – there are plenty to choose from.


Walking tour and free time

An English breakfast will be served in the restaurant, before assembling in the lobby of the hotel to meet with your blue badge guide, for a mornings walking tour exploring Bloomsbury, Holborn and ending in Covent Garden where there will be chance for a pub lunch (pay locally).
This afternoon you are free to continue your visit, and we have lots of suggestions. This evening we can offer you a choice of visits – an evening at the theatre or maybe a dinner cruise on the Thames.
There is also the option of dinner in the hotel this evening.


Return Home – time for some last minute sightseeing

An English breakfast in the hotel this morning, and if you don’t have to rush off, how about a trip on the River Thames – with live commentary or maybe a trip on the London Eye.

The Royal National Hotel ***

Central London’s biggest hotel, with 1630 rooms, the Royal National has excellent onsite services including three restaurants, two bars and even a bowling alley. The large and comfortable rooms have modern amenities – en-suite bathroom, TV, tea & coffee making facilities and room service is also available.

On site yiou will find a stone-baked pizza restaurant, a Chinese restaurant, an Indian restaurant and the ‘London Pub’. With a selection of handy shops in the foyer, an ATM and a Bureau de Change for your convenience and a nearby health club with concessionary rates available to guests, the hotel is popular with International groups and guests, and we are now delighted to be able to offer this to our UK groups.

The Imperial Hotel London ***

With views over Russell Square, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from the British Museum and 4 minutes from Russell Square tube station, with a direct connection to Heathrow airport.
Hotel facilities include a full English breakfast served in the restaurant. The art deco-inspired atrium coffee bar offers drinks, light snacks and afternoon tea, while a pub bar serves food and cask ales. There’s also a casino and hair salon in the hotel’s shopping centre.
All bedrooms have en suite bathrooms and are non-smoking with TVs, and tea & coffee making facilities. Some rooms have panoramic city views. Free Wi-Fi access is available.

This tour is available for groups minimum 20 persons.

You can also travel by train from a selection of rail stations to London. The hotels are a short distance from Euston, Kings Cross and St Pancras mainline stations, and just a short walk from Russell Square underground station (Piccadilly Line).

Additional items to enhance your visit to London

We have a wide selection of additional items for you to add onto your accommodation package to really enhance your stay. Visit some of London’s iconic sights:

London Eye – £26.00

London Zoo – £25.00

Windsor Castle – £21.00

Tower of London – £23.00

Kensington Palace – £17.00

Madame Tussauds – £32.00

St. Paul’s Cathedral – £18.00

Westminster Abbey – £20.00

Hampton Court Palace – £23.00

Lunch cruise on the Thames  – £35.00

The view from the Shard – £24.00

Kew Gardens and Kew Palace – £18.00

Afternoon Tea Cruise on the Thames – £36.00

And for the evening:

Medieval Banquet St Katharine Docks – £45.00 per person

Thames Showboat Dinner cruise – from £75.00 per person

These are just a small selection of the add on’s available – contact us for more details and prices.

Rates valid from 19th April to 20th December 2019 2 night stays – Friday arrival 
Royal National Hotel From £109.00 per person
Imperial Hotel London From £139.00 per person

Prices shown are based on twin bedded rooms (double rooms are subject to availability)

Supplements for single rooms:

Royal National (twin for single occupancy) = £37 per night

Imperial Hotel (single bedded room) = £29 per night


All prices are per person and based on a minimum 20 full fare paying passengers occupying a twin room, unless stated otherwise. Prices do not include coach hire or travel insurance. Dates are subject to availability. Smaller groups (minimum 10 persons) can be quoted for on request. Pictures are for illustrative purposes only.

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