Enjoy a luxury Christmas break in London

Enjoy Christmas in style in London’s most iconic luxury hotels. Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Berkeley are celebrating the festive season with two-night packages featuring the finest traditional festive fare from 24th-26th December 2010 and romantic horse-drawn carriage rides through the British capital on Christmas morning – complete with hot chocolate and marshmallows!

There’s lots on offer including traditional English breakfast, Champagne afternoon tea, Christmas dinner, Christmas stockings stuffed with goodies and everything you could expect from a magical Christmas holiday.

Prices are from £550 per person at The Berkeley, £680 pp at Claridge’s, and £700 pp at The Connaught and you can book online from http://www.maybourne.com or contact info@maybourne.com or phone +44 (0) 20 7107 8830.

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  1. Travel NZ says:

    Oh what a pity, I will be in another part of the world then.

    Does anybody know how I can take a horse-drawn carriage ride around London?

    Ewen

  2. Paul Johnson says:

    I don’t think you can in London, Ewen. At least I don’t know of anyone that offers this on a commercial basis in the city.

    You could try Windsor, though. There’s a company there that does them. Details at http://www.orchardpoyle.co.uk/

  3. irene says:

    sounds very traditional, the berkley does a great fashion inspired afternoon tea called pret a portea – you can eat the latest choo, westwood and mcqueen in afternoon tea format – very stylish!

  4. irene says:

    All these hotels have pretty fab restaurants so i would imagine it would be a pretty special christmas dinner!

  5. Emily M says:

    unfortunately never stayed at any of these but claridges is fantastic for food for a special occasion.

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