Check Out What’s On At Royal Albert Hall Before Booking Hotel

How do you define a good location? This classification may vary in accordance with the needs of each individual, but generally a location is considered good when it is close to the most popular markets, city centres and tourist attractions. Based on the proximity to such places and based on a few other factors, you can zero in on a location and classify it as good or bad. The City of Westminster in London is considered to be one of the best places to stay for tourists. The reason being, it houses some of the most loved and visited tourist destinations and is close to the most happening part of London. Royal Albert Hall of Arts and Sciences is one of the primes reasons why tourists like to stay in the Westminster region of London.

  • The Royal Albert Hall was opened in the year 1871 and it hosts more than 350 events every year.
  • This legendary hall has played host to some amazing artists and holds rock, jazz, pop, opera, comedy, dance, tennis, world music and classical music performances all around the year.
  • The longest running performance at the Hall is the Royal Choral Society, which has been a regular feature since its first performance in 1872.
  • The closest tube stations are Knightsbridge, High Street Kensington, South Kensington and Gloucestar Road station.

It would be amazing to take up a hotel near the Hall as you will be living at walking distance from the Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum and Science Museum. Other popular places like Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Mayfair and Oxford Street are easily accessible by cab or by the Tube.

The most famous events that take place in the hall are BBC Proms which began in 1942, ATP Champions Tour Masters and Classical Spectacular. You can book tickets for events well in advance hence allowing you the time to plan your visit around your favourite event. You can also go on tour of the Hall where you can learn about its history, visit the gallery, auditorium, the Queen’s private suites and learn little secrets about the iconic hall.

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