Nestled in the district of Leyton, just a mile and a half from Stratford’s Olympic Village and a short tube ride to the centre of London, The Lion & Key Hotel constitutes an ideal base for exploring England’s vibrant capital. The hotel offers easy access to main transportation links which makes short city trips convenient. Guests can quickly reach West End and City Airport, while numerous shops and entertainment venues await only a few miles away.
The rooms at The Lion & Key Hotel feature modern simple decor and light colour tones. They come kitted out with comfy furnishings and facilities, such as 32” Smart TV and individually-controlled air conditioning. Each room boasts a bathroom with a marble shower and complimentary toiletries. Guests can also unwind with a cup of tea or coffee provided in the room, while those a little bit busier may take advantage of work desks with USB sockets.
Both morning coffee and hearty dinner may be enjoyed at the on-site restaurant that offers a wide selection of grilled specialities, as well as standard cafe treats. The bar serves up an extensive selection of beverages.
Groupon’s Guide to London
Travellers are invited to explore the vibrant city of London, famous for its attractions ranging from World Heritage Sites to modern hotspots such as the local cable car. In this capital city, a multitude of elegant theatres, alluring museums and galleries, verdant parks, inviting restaurants and world-leading shops are up for grabs.
Visited by up to six million people a year, the 18th-century British Museum is a world-class attraction which houses a remarkable collection spanning over two million years of world and human history, including the Rosetta Stone, Parthenon sculptures, and Egyptian mummies. With eight Royal Parks, travellers may retreat from the capital’s hustle and bustle, and enjoy a wide range of leisure facilities including swimming, boating, cycling, tennis, horse riding and live shows. Culture seekers may also enjoy a long-running musical, classic play or new debut at the famous West End Theatre, while sports fans may visit the Wembley Stadium, Lord’s Cricket Ground or Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum. This metropolis may also be admired from above while enjoying a ride in the world-renowned London Eye. Back on the ground, tourists may head to Buckingham Palace, the administrative headquarters of the Monarch, boasting 775 rooms and plenty of public spaces for guests to explore such as The State Rooms, The Picture Gallery and The Garden Cafe. Days may also be spent visiting Madame Tussauds wax museum, while a complete shopping experience may be enjoyed in Oxford Street or at one of the city markets.