Top five romantic things to do in London
London is full of romantic experiences that puts the capital on the top of the list for all love birds. If you're planning a romantic trip to London for Valentine's Day, we've come up with the top five most romantic things to do in London so you can enjoy your mini-break to the capital that little bit more!
Romantic stroll across Tower Bridge
Enjoy one of London’s most historic and iconic landmarks and immerse yourself in the romantic setting with one of the world's most stunning backdrops. Situated just a stone throws away from the Apex City of London Hotel, Tower Bridge is the perfect backdrop for all love birds.
Love is in the air
The London Eye is taking love to new heights this Valentine's and is must see for all romantics. Create special memories and experience a 'Cupid Capsule' which offers couples an exclusive private window to the capital, giving you and your date a touch of luxury that really is one of a kind.
Get up close and personal at St Pauls
Located close to both the Apex Temple Court Hotel and Apex London Wall, St Paul's Cathedral is the ideal venue for a date with a difference. Gaze into each other eye's under the striking dome and take in the wonderful monochromatic mural. Head up to the Whispering Gallery and whisper sweet nothings to each other which can be heard on the opposite side of the mezzanine level.
Catch a show
Dazzle your date with the glitz and glamour of London's West End and enjoy an all-signing, all-dancing extravagant show. Make a night of it and catch a pre-theatre meal and drink in one of the many bars close to the theatre. Apex Hotels now offer guests exclusive discounts to the hottest events, shows and musicals around, making your Valentine's Day that extra bit special.
Website: Theatre Offers
The view from The Shard
The Shard has become one of London’s most iconic landmarks and what better way to share a romantic kiss than overlooking the city. Almost twice the height of any other viewing platform in the city, The Shard will provide views of the city and beyond, revealing the past, present and future of London.