4 Star London Theatre Break for Two
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Venture to London’s vibrant West End for a night of entertainment, luxury and comfort with this brilliant package for two. You and a guest will enjoy Stall or Dress Circle seats to a popular show of your choice: pick from a selection of brilliant productions new and old, including; Motown the Musical, Wicked and Stomp. With so much to see and do in London, why not head to a local restaurant for a tasty, pre show dinner and then enjoy post show drinks at a central London pub or bar? With an overnight stay at a luxury 4-star hotel included, you are guaranteed a restful night’s sleep before being treated to breakfast the next morning.
This experience entitles two people to an overnight stay at a 4* London hotel as well as tickets to a West End show. Simply select your date and you will be allocated the first and best available hotel. Upon arrival, you will greeted by friendly staff who will show you to your plush room for the night, which also includes breakfast the following morning. In the evening, you will enjoy top seats at a West End production – simply take your pick from a selection of available shows.
This voucher is valid for 10 months for two people and entitles you both to an overnight break with breakfast at a selected 4-Star hotel, as well as Stall or Dress Circle tickets to a West End theatre show. This experience is available Monday-Saturday. Exclusions dates apply: School holidays, public holidays, Christmas/Easter, certain bank holidays or summer period maybe excluded. Please check upon booking. Please note that you must book your experience before the expiry date visible on your voucher. All shows and hotels are subject to availability, change without notice, close out periods and early closures. The sample hotels are subject to different booking periods and availabilities; customers will be offered the first and best available hotel on the chosen date. This theatre welcomes wheelchair users, however the supplier can only allocate patrons who require wheelchair access in specific areas as indicated by the theatre according to their health and safety policy, and independently of the general allocations available for this experience.