LondonTown.com publishes London Calendar 2011
Wednesday 12, January 2011
As the leading internet site for London established for over 15 years, LondonTown.com is well-placed to provide the ultimate lowdown on the capital’s best entertainment and events with its official London Calendar for the first 6 months of 2011.
The London experts at LondonTown.com are based in Leicester Square and close to the pulse of the city’s dynamic social, cultural and events scene. They have just published their much-anticipated calendar of events for the first half of 2011.
Plays, exhibitions, festivals, gigs, sport and a wealth of special events (not to mention a spectacular Royal Wedding) are set to light up the UK capital in the next 6 months and are all featured in the comprehensive LondonTown listing. You are unlikely to find a more complete month-by-month guide anywhere else.
For example, the highlights in February alone include the UK Wedding Show, the start of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, the Chinese New Year celebrations and much more. Once you click through to read more about each event, the site helpfully provides a map, local info, travel connections and a list of top-rated nearby hotels.
Steven Potter, the founder of LondonTown.com and HotelMap.com, explained the rationale behind the London calendar as follows: “The LondonTown.com website has established itself over 15 years as the number one source of information for London visitors from all over the world. Our 2011 Calendar helps both London addicts and first-time visitors plan their trips well in advance, helping them capture the very best hotel rate for their stay.”
In fact, LondonTown.com even offers a guarantee that pays you back £100 if you manage to find a hotel room cheaper elsewhere (terms and conditions apply).
The website’s online booking channel integrates directly with each London hotel’s own reservation system. This means that the customer has the privilege of paying the hotel directly after their stay rather than stumping up precious cash in advance.
LondonTown.com also has a customer support team based in its central London offices – genuine “London experts” who live and breathe the city. They’ll even send you your own customised events guide covering the dates of your stay after you’ve made your booking. In addition, they can arrange airport transfers, theatre tickets and tours at discounted rates.
The London Events Calendar is likely to be a useful tool for anyone planning to schedule one or several trips to London in 2011. You can browse the calendar here: http://www.londontown.com/London/London-Calendar-2011
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