If you’re staying at one of our hotels near the London Palladium, it’s almost rude not to take in a show or musical — especially when you have one of the capital’s most famous venues on your doorstep. It’s home to more Royal Variety Performances than any other theatre. Judy Garland, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald — they’ve all performed there. London’s Soho magnetically attracts an eclectic mix of people and possibilities. If it’s been home to Mozart, Karl Marx and The Sex Pistols, then at least you could pop in for a short visit?
Book hotels near the London Palladium
Book a hotel near London Palladium, and you’ll be near many of the top theatres in the West End. If you don’t actually spot any stars on the streets in Soho (it happens often), then prepare your double-takes for the celebrity wax replicas at Madame Tussauds, just half a mile from our London Central Marylebone hotel. If you’re more into people watching than celeb-stalking, pop down to Piccadilly Circus as it’s just 5 stops away on the Bakerloo line. You’ll recognise its famous technicolour sign and fountain from postcards or Instagram. And if it starts to rain (50/50 chance?), duck into one of the cinemas in Leicester Square. If you go for the late show, don’t worry. Our London Covent Garden hotel is a short walk and one hundred cafes away.
Things to do near the London Palladium
Now, for something quintessentially English, take a short half-mile walk from our London Central Marylebone Hotel to Lords Cricket Ground. It’s the birthplace of the sport and a tour is a must for anyone who wants to understand the history of British sport we invented but still haven’t perfected. Just 1.6 miles in the opposite direction from our Marylebone hotel, you’ll experience national pride in a completely different manner at The National Gallery. It’s home to one of the greatest collections of Western European art. Secret tip: the cafe at the top has great views of London.