Hotels in Whitehall
Often touted as the most important street in the world, Whitehall stretches from the Parliament Square to the Trafalgar Square. Owing to the majority of departmental and ministerial buildings located on the either sides of the street, it has now been recognized as the centre of British Government. Downing Street, which is just half way down from Whitehall, observes the official residence of the Prime Minister. Cenotaph, which is located right in the middle of the street, is the monument where poppy wreaths are laid each year on the occasion of Remembrance Sunday. Wouldn’t you want to find a suitable accommodation around this pivotal street? Make your stay in London memorabl more..e by booking an accommodation around Whitehall.
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Things to Do in Whitehall
When you choose to stay near the Whitehall, you enjoy an easy access to the Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square, along with various attractions in Westminster. So whether you wish to marvel at the beauty and cultural integrity of Trafalgar Square, shoo away the many pigeons over there, or visit the Westminster Abbey, London Eye and Palace of Westminster, this is the best place for you.
Furthermore, the key Whitehall attraction is the Cenotaph. One may walk pass by this epic establishment and yet not notice it. But come November and the place come alive like nothing else. On a Sunday, closes to November 11, is when everyone gathers around and remembers the commonwealth soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the two World Wars. From singing hymns, offering prayers and observing two minutes silences, the entire procession is a beautiful, lyrical experience. Towards the end, everyone lays wreath of poppy on the steps of Cenotaph. Come, be a part of this mesmerising place, by booking a comfortable accommodation in Whitehall.