In honor of this momentous occasion and as part of the ongoing celebrations in the city, the Queen has visited various schools in North London, received loyal addresses from “Privileged Bodies” at Buckingham Palace and is set to attend the Royal Maundy Service at York Minster and services at St. Paul’s Cathedral.
The Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel– is offering travelers the exclusive Diamond Jubilee Package highlighting Her Majesty. So swap the beer and wings for some tea and scones because this is one classy party.
The hotel’s long-lasting rapport with the royals since Queen Elizabeth’s early childhood makes it the quintessential spot to enjoy the festivities. (She was only seven-years old when she enjoyed royal skating lessons on the hotel’s ice rink in 1933.) Likewise, overnight guests will experience the opulence of the Premium Park View Suite and a proper English breakfast the next morning. And if that wasn’t enough pampering, you’ll also receive a pair of tickets to Queen Elizabeth II by Cecil Beaton: A Diamond Jubilee Celebration exhibition at the V&A. The exclusive exhibition from the museum’s archives showcase a range of portraits by esteemed photographer Beaton (1904-1980) of the Queen’s most private moments in her various yet distinguished roles as princess, monarch and mother.
Look into this asap as The Diamond Jubilee Package (priced at £1952 per suite -reflecting the year Elizabeth took to the throne-) is only available until April 22nd 2012. Important: The Diamond Jubilee Tea is available from will be available in the Park Room from 1st May to 30th June 2012. For other booking enquiries, please visit www.londongrosvenorhouse.co.uk or email email@example.com.
So book ’em soon and let’s cheers to living like a king– or shall we say Queen?
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