The London Eye
Dominating London’s skyline and offering you sweeping views across the city, it is easy to understand why the London Eye attracts so many visitors. Officially named the ‘Coca Cola London Eye’, this huge observatory wheel standing proudly at 135m high over the River Thames. This giant Ferris wheel makes for a romantic experience or a fun day out for all the family so be sure to grab tickets when on a holiday.
Enjoy the best views of the cityThere are a range of tickets available to suit every mood or itinerary. You can choose to buy a night ticket to experience the twinkling lights of London in the evening or choose to make the experience extra special by hiring out a private capsule. Those who are new to London can get some insight into the city by having a guided tour, where the major landmarks are pointed out and expertly explained.
If you would like to combine your ticket with another attraction, you can join your ride on the London Eye with a scenic river cruise while being served a traditional English afternoon tea. No matter which ticket you choose, the price includes a 4D Cinema Experience to get you ready for the trip. The film lasts four minutes and is the perfect start to your adventure.
Experience the capsuleOne of the coolest things you can do at the Eye is to hire a capsule for an event. One of the most fun experiences is the Hotel Chocolat Chocolate Tasting Capsule. When you book this, you and up to 20 guests can sip away on Prosecco as you have a chocolate tasting while soaring high above the city. You can also can opt for a private, romantic capsule complete with a bottle of champagne for a memorable date if travelling with your better half. For incredibly exclusive business events, why not book a Dining at 135 Table ticket, where the Eye becomes your restaurant.
Back down on ground level, book your stay at the Radisson Bu Portman Hotel, London and get a feel for the plush West End of the city. The hotel is near Hyde Park, putting it a short walk from many of the city’s top attractions including Buckingham Palace.