We Love —
- Along with a complimentary river cruise, staying at the fantastic Holiday Inn Regents Park, will be a great introduction to London.
- Stay in a famously tranquil oasis within the dynamic and bustling capital - you'll be right by Regents Park itself.
- Your hotel is the epitome of comfort and unpretentious class, where you can enjoy endless services.
- Our members will dine on a breakfast basis and will get to cosy up in a Standard Double Room after a day of sightseeing.
New Voyage Privé —
Carefully selected by our experts especially for you
Your Destination —
Close to three iconic London landmarks including Regent’s Park, this four-star hotel offers an excellent location for your stay in the capital.
Holiday Inn Regents Park 4* —
You'll be situated just a few minutes walk away from the popular park itself, and you will be well connected to other parts of the city as a range of tube states are a convenient distance away from the property.
This hotel offers everything you need for a comfortable and relaxed stay. Make the most of the on-site bar, restaurant and 24-hour reception. There's also room service - so you can do as little or as much as you please whilst here.
Some services may incur additional charges, payable locally.
This offer is based on a Standard Double Room
Standard Double Room
Sleeps up to
Your Board Basis
This offer is based on a Bed and Breakfast stay.
Why not cap it all off with an evening drink at the comfy bar? - Its the perfect place to unwind after a busy day.
Your Excursions —
You have the following excursions included in this offer.
This offer includes a Thames River Cruise for 2 adults from Westminster to Tower Bridge.
The cruise takes in the best of London’s landmarks allowing you to experience the full sights of the city. Westminster Pier is one of the best-situated piers for many of London's most historic and prestigious landmarks and attractions, including the Houses of Parliament, Churchill Museum, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Cabinet War Rooms and Big Ben, the famous bell at the top of the Clock Tower of the Palace of Westminster.