Located in the center of the action, Destination M London is located in a newly renovated, contemporary-style building. On the seventh floor, this three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment features a patio and outdoor area which offer panoramic views of your London surroundings.
M Private London is walking distance from shopping, nightlife, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, theatres, museums, art galleries and other key attractions. Offering the best in British history, culture, sophistication and entertainment, minutes from your doorstep.
Museums, Art Galleries & History:
Steeped in history—from Celts and Druids, Viking invasions, Romans, William the Conqueror in 1066 all the way up to the Royal family today—England is perfect for the history buff. In London, enjoy the Victoria and Albert Museum for art and design, or the Museum of London for a history of the city and its people. The Tate Britain features the greatest collection of British art in the world.
Castles, Cathedrals & More:
Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, where Queen Elizabeth II lives, then take a stroll through Westminster Abbey, where kings and queens have been christened, inaugurated, and buried for centuries. Big Ben, the iconic clock tower, is simply a short distance away.
Tower of London:
A castle and compound famous for being the execution site of King Henry VIII’s second wife, Anne Boleyn, and for currently housing the Crown Jewels of England, a collection to be envied worldwide, the Tower of London is ripe for exploring. See the Beefeater (Yeoman Warder) who looks after the ravens, which have been kept at the tower for centuries as a tradition; it is believed that as long as the ravens are there, England will not fall. Look at Traitor’s Gate, a water gate entrance to the tower where prisoners of the Tudors were often brought through to their cells and to torture.
The neighborhood where Jack the Ripper famously did his deeds in East London has changed dramatically since his days; can you solve the years-old mystery?
Pubs, Teahouses, Fish & Chips:
A trip to England is not complete without mouth-watering fish and chips wrapped in newspaper, nor is it complete without afternoon tea served, or a stop at a local village pub for a pint.