Friday: Meet up at your chosen airport for your flight to London, where on arrival we will transfer you to the 4 star Tower Guoman Hotel, next to Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. Hotel check–ins are normally around 4pm but you can leave your luggage with reception in the meantime. Check in at the hotel when you're ready and then relax and enjoy the first of your two nights stay.
Saturday: A full English breakfast to start you off, and then you have the day to do whatever you like in London. The Tower Guoman Hotel is just a short walk from Tower Hill tube station on the District and Circle Lines.
If you've come to shop you'll want to go to Bank on Central, then west to Oxford Circus (for Selfridges) and Bond Street. Then south to Green Park and Knightsbridge, where you'll find Harvey Nichols right opposite the station entrance, and Harrods close by on the Brompton Road (you don't need to work out routes - www.tubeplanner.com can do it for you).
If it's sightseeing you want, well, we hardly know where to start. There's Westminster Abbey, or the Houses of Parliament, the Tower of London, St Paul's, Hampton Court, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, Madame Tussauds, Kew Gardens, London Zoo, Windsor Castle, the museums ... One excellent way to see London is by Thames river cruise. And let's not forget the West End either - if you want a ticket for a top theatre show let us know and our London Theatre Booking Service will help get you the best available deal. NB: if you're going to be using a lot of public transport, an Oyster top–up card is not a bad idea as it means no queuing for tickets and you pay about half the regular fare price on most journeys. Make sure you apply for this online well before you set off for London. You can even jump the queues at a lot of famous attractions if you buy a London Pass, which can include Tube and bus travel as well - see www.londonpass.com.
Sunday: Breakfast first, and then you have most of the day at leisure until you transfer to the airport for your flight home.