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Top 5 places you must visit on Edgware Road

  • Posted: 24-07-2017      Category: Things to do

    Although the entire road is filled with spectacular sites – one could find it hard to rate places on the basis of excellency. Edgware Road is the best choice to wander around for food, shopping, and exercising.

    Here are top 5 places you must visit on Edgware road to sparkle your visit with delight.

    “Eating London Tours” – Restaurant

    A prestigious foundation of the East Enders – Eating London Tours is a famous restaurant located 0.1km from Edgware road. The restaurant has a rich history for its exquisite cooking and remarkable resemblance of cultural history.

    A must-eat-restaurant – Eating London has been extensively acknowledged for producing food with enchanting tastes.

    Eating London Tours has mostly been rated 10/10 by the tourists due to their recreation of British food in a very specialized manner.

    The opening hours are 8 am – 10 pm daily.

    “ODEON Marble Arch” – Cinema

    Officially launched as a cinema in 1967 – ODEON Marble Arch was a building assigned as venue for cinema. Despite the demolishing history of ODEON, the site managed to regain its popularity by showing movies on 70mm screen.

    Around 1360 seats were able for audience in a reverberating space – the lowest movie resolution was recorded to be 35mm.

    With cutting edge screen compatibility – the audience enjoyed numerous movies with rapture.

    In 1997, ODEON was renewed into a 5-screen multiples because the film resolution was changing and the screen could no longer support the format.

    One of the possible reasons why it has gone through massive constructional ups and downs is because of the flourishing buildings in the surrounding which, with time, required space.

    ODEON was permanently closed in 2016 for an unannounced time.

    Almucantar –  a famous constructional and property organization –  released a statement regarding reopening of the cinema in the basement of one of their projects (a mixed-used building) that will be completed in 2020.

    “Hyde Park” – Park

    Established by Henry the VIII in 1536 –  Hyde Park is one of major and crowded park located in the midst of Central London.

    It is highway anticipated for its formation of entrance that leads all the way from Kensington Palace through Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, further leading to its corner and finally from Green Park (main entrance) to Buckingham Palace.

    Under the supervision of four Royal Parks – it is the largest park amongst all.

    In 2012, the park was honored to host the Triathlon and Marathon Swimming events for the London games.

    The opening and closing schedule for the park is 5 am – 12 am daily.

    “LivingWell Health Club” – Spa, Gym and wellness

    If you’re looking for a therapeutic treatments or spa to ease your muscles on Edgware Road LivingWell Health Club could be the best and most reliable choice.

    Operational in more than 40 opportune locations across England and Ireland – LivingWell health club has been facilitating people with a wide range of health exercises.

    It is a subsidiary of the famous Hilton corporation –  a well-known American based hospitality company that mainly operates hotels and resorts around the globe.

    Opening hours to visit this outstanding site is 6 am – 10 pm daily.

    “Hilton London Metropole” – Hotel

    One of the tallest buildings in Westminster –  Hilton London Metropole is inaugurated in 1972. It received its name ‘Metropole’ as a distinguee from London Metro Hotel, who happened to be the owner of the site previously.

    It holds a record of one of the biggest conference hotel in London with approximately 42 meetings rooms.
    Due to its massive popularity and excellent hotel services, Hilton London Metropole was the hosting venue for the 44th World Irish Dancing Championship and also became the first hotel to ever host such international event in 2014.