London hotel website TubeHotels.com launches new service to help theatre-goers locate and book hotels near London theatres. 79 theatres in London added to hotel reservation service.
Online PR News – 09-April-2010 – – London, England. April 12th, 2010 – London hotel website TubeHotels.com extends its service to theatre lovers by adding London theatres to it’s free hotel comparison and booking service. Theatre-goers now have access to 79 theatres and over 1,000 hotels across London.
Mainstream and fringe theatre venues across Central and Greater London have been added to the site. Visitors to London from the UK and overseas can now find hotels near all of the historic West End theatre halls as well as smaller venues featuring amateur performers and emerging actors. The website’s new theatre section also include guides to each venue with history of the building and famous productions staged.
Theatre trips are one of the most popular activities in London for tourists, day-trippers, weekend-breaks and gifts to friends and loved ones. The city’s theatre scene is famous across the world and there are blockbuster productions on offer every night of the week. London recently hosted the opening of “Love Never Dies”, the long-awaited sequel to “Phantom of the Opera” by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Theatre fans who have bought their theatre tickets and need a place to stay can use the new Google map based service to locate and book London theatre hotels. Maps show precise distance information from the hotel to the theatre, as well as the closest tube stations. Hotels are listed with prices from each of the 10 travel websites searched, allowing easy price comparison to find cheap London hotels in minutes.
TubeHotels.com Director Ben Jackson commented, "Theatre continues to thrive in London and for many visitors it is a ‘must-do’ attraction, as well as being an enduringly popular gift idea for an anniversary or birthday. The new theatre hotel service is designed to find cheap hotel deals and save money by avoiding booking-fees and other mark-up costs that come with combined hotel and theatre ticket packages.”
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