Enjoy Spring and Easter in London

With spring almost here, Easter round the corner and summer not too far away, many of us will soon begin to venture out into the (hopefully) warm sunshine to explore London's great outside spaces.  The month of May brings us the prestigious annual Chelsea Flower Show, along with numerous other outdoor events, all of which start around now and herald the onset of the better weather!

From 23-27th May, the fabulous spectacle of the Chelsea Flower Show, set within the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, finds a plethora of world famous plant specialists, garden experts, designers, nurseries and florists coming together to exhibit their inspired ideas.  You'll be able to see their innovative garden designs on show, along with stunning, vivid floral and horticultural displays, which will certainly inspire you to get out and get gardening! There will be an array of splendid award- winning gardens, rare plants and unusual flowers to peruse, as you stroll through this wonderland for garden lovers. Attracting more than 150,000 visitors annually, tickets need to be booked early, in advance, and range between £35.00 to £63.00 per person. Unmissable!

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You could combine your trip to the Chelsea Flower Show with any of a host of other floral-themed events on in the Chelsea area during May. For example, to celebrate the Chelsea Flower Show, many famous restaurants and hotels throughout the district offer special meals or afternoon teas. 

With two bank holidays in the offing, May boasts a host of further activities including a range of festivals held in some of London's fabulous parks and museums. Brockwell Park's music festival, near Brixton, (Sun 28th May) for example, combines music and food, with chefs, restaurants, bars and breweries ready to serve up their delights. Including both live acts and DJs to dance off the calories, along with traditional fun and games, this event should not be missed.

Also in May, the stunning setting of Regent's Park outdoor amphitheatre forms the backdrop for its amazing Open Air Theatre, which begins it's season on the 19th May, with 'On The Town', which is set to dazzle audiences as it's the biggest dance musical ever staged at Regent's Park.  With famous, toe tapping hit tunes and superb choreography, you can follow the frolics of three sailors on leave in New York, a truly excellent show.  Entry to this spectacular theatre venue event, under (hopefully), blue skies, starts from £18 per person.

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For culture lovers, why not become a 'Lates Lover' and join in the 'Festival of Lates Museums at Night'?

In many of London's museums and galleries this May you'll be able to experience some of the special museum events, held after dark, which explore art, history and our heritage.  This is a biennial festival, sometimes free (see individual museum websites for details), where you can see new exhibitions, talks and presentations, participate in torch lit tours and enjoy live performances in historic settings.  So, to do something different in a museum, gallery or heritage site this Spring, here are just two examples of the many superb events on offer around the London area.

  1. Museums at night - banknotes and bullion Bank of England Museum 19th May - 30th May 21:00

The staff will be revealing unseen objects from the bank's collection which visitors can handle. Explore the 'Banknote Gallery', to discover how banknotes have evolved from simple paper receipts into the sophisticated notes of today. Free admission

  1. Dickens after dark - Charles Dickens Museum 18th May 18:00 - 21:00

For just £15 this venue is well worth a visit.  The former home of the great author, Charles Dickens, is opening its doors for an evening of Dickensian revellery, enabling you to browse through the hidden, walled garden, Georgian interiors and be amazed by a variety of delights to entertain you. A candlelit bar adds to the atmosphere, with live music and a reasonably priced, delicious menu, at the Victorian watering hole, 'The Lady Ottoline' to add to your experience.

For more events like these see the website - https://museumsatnight.org.uk/events-page

For footie followers, the 27th May should be a date for the diary.  Whether you have tickets for the FA Cup Final, which takes place at Wembley Stadium on this day, or whether you wish to watch this league final in one of the many London pubs, where the atmosphere is often electric, there is a place for you to chill out and enjoy this annual event.

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To allow you to make the most of your visit to London this May, why not combine several of these events and take the opportunity to have a short, or longer break in the capital?

Euracom have a range of affordable apartments in some of the most convenient locations for all the above events, giving you a home from home experience.

Take for example the 'Chelsea Cloisters', a three - star residence, set in the heart of fashionable Chelsea, which offers studios, 1 and 2 bed apartments with en-suites and fully fitted kitchens. With comfortable dining areas and living rooms, these apartments are close to a variety of attractions, including Buckingham Palace, Natural History/Science Museums and Olympia.  With nightly rates from only £75 or weekly from £525 these apartments offer you a range of amenities, including;

  • Bathroom
  • Concierge / security / reception
  • Daily or weekly linen change
  • Daily cleaning service
  • Lifts
  • Onsite restaurants / bars
  • Safe
  • Telephone/TV/WiFi

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Or why not try our Regents Park - Melia Serviced Apartments in Central London, NW1

For just £555 per week, you could rent an apartment on a par with a 4 - star London hotel.  In fact, these superb serviced apartments are situated within a wing of an existing 4-star hotel, so there are no additional utility charges!   Choices vary from an affordable, simple, 1 person studio flat, to a larger one bedroom apartment with separate lounge/sleeping space which could sleep four people.  Close to Regent's Park and within a short distance to the underground, these apartments have all the additional benefits of the attached hotel, such as restaurants, room service, gym and spa.

Features include;

  • Concierge / security / reception
  • Conference / meeting room available
  • Daily or weekly linen change Daily cleaning service
  • DVD player / Wifi/ Telephone
  • Fully equipped kitchen/ Tea / coffee making facilities
  • Gym/Spa
  • Onsite restaurants / bars
  • Toiletries provided and Welcome pack available

Perfect for those on a budget, and allowing you to make the very most of the superb location, these would be an excellent choice for those visitors who don't wish to venture far, as there are many attractions within walking distance.

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For a prime location, you could try our 5 excellent apartments in Baker Street which have good connections to Wembley and North London. There are a variety of restaurants and bars within the area and are located close to excellent attractions like Madame Tussauds and the London Planetarium.  Featuring a choice of a studio, three 2 bedroom apartments and one 3 bedroom apartment, for a weekly rate from £210 pp pw, features offer;

  • Bathroom and Fully equipped kitchen
  • Dining table & chairs
  • Door entry phone/ Meet & greet arrival service
  • DVD player/ TV / Freeview /Telephone/Wifi
  • Grocery store onsite / nearby shops
  • Utilities included

These apartments make an excellent base to explore local London attractions and further afield, due to the excellent transport links nearby.

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By Rob at 14 Mar 2017, 07:36 AM