Home to nearly 8 million inhabitants with visitors from around the world, London is truly the crossroads of the world. From business to art to sport, it’s global in reach, but with distinctly English traditions.
In the first of Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane’s newly created Art Series, this June marks the launch of the Hotel’s Summer Exhibition, a unique showcase curated by Art Expert and Founder of ARTOLOGY Magazine and Gallery, Mark Robinow.
Created with our curious and well-travelled guests in mind, Art Expert Mark Robinow a specialist in fine art, photography and contemporary art has partnered with the Hotel to showcase six artists journey around the globe through a range of stunning art work which will be displayed throughout the first floor, lining the grand lobby as well as lounge, bar and restaurant Amaranto.
Visitors to the hotel can immerse themselves amongst the seasonally inspired art work which will be displayed until the end of September. All of the art work in the Summer Exhibition is available to purchase, for further details contact the Hotel concierge desk.
This famed high-end shopping street is home to designer stores, precious jewellers and auction houses Sotheby’s and Christie’s.
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Within Walking Distance
In this regal neighbourhood, the best shopping, restaurants and museums are just a stroll away.
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Visit these top 10 attractions on your next family vacation to England’s capital.
The Changing of the Guard
One of Europe’s most colourful displays of Royal pageantry, the Changing of the Guard takes place in the forecourt of Buckingham Palace, lasts about 45 minutes and is free to watch.
The National Portrait Gallery
At the world’s first portrait gallery, you’ll encounter historically important and famous British people, based on the importance of the sitter, not the artist.
Walk, jog, stroll, or horseback ride past Speaker’s Corner and the Serpentine Gallery in one of London’s largest parks.