Celebrate the birth of Princess Charlotte by visiting London’s Royal attractions

May 7, 2015 | by | 0 Comments

With all eyes on Britain after the birth or the Princess Charlotte,  Central London Apartments have compiled a guide to London for tourists to enjoy its best Royal attractions.

The much-anticipated Royal Baby – the second of William and Kate – was born on Saturday at London’s St Mary’s Hospital, weighing 8lbs 3oz (3.7kg).

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge took Charlotte and her older brother, Prince George to Kensington Palace, which also features in the c0mprehensive list.

The guide to Royal London

The guide to Royal London

The guide, which can be downloaded in pdf format, or otherwise viewed on the company’s London blog, includes a brief overview of some of London’s most famous royal residences as well as information on royal gardens, royal collections, ceremonies and other royal attractions worthy of a space on any monarchy enthusiast’s itinerary.

Stuart Parker, Managing Director, said: ‘Being specialists in booking London apartments we understand how much the city’s royal ties influence its visitors. We often have guests specifically requesting apartments close to some of the famous residences like Buckingham Palace or Kensington Palace.

‘With anticipation of the royal birth building, we felt it would be a great time to pull together a guide of what we think are London’s best royal attractions, so that our customers, and indeed all visitors to the capital, can make the most of their time in the city while taking in our rich royal heritage.

‘We pride ourselves on giving our customers more, and in this case we’re giving them more inspiration and information about the kinds of attractions we are often asked so much about.’

London Unlocked is the name of Central London Apartments’ dedicated blog which covers all aspects of London travel, from recommended restaurants, London’s hotel interiors, city break inspiration and local news.


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