London Website Announces Discount London Hotels for Trafalgar Square Tradition
Released on: November 09, 2011, 2:00 pm
Author: Kieran Kerrigan
LondonTown.com to offer discounts on number of hotels close to London's biggest Christmas tree and lights ceremony
It's a tradition that dates back to the post-war period, and it's return this year is as anticipated as ever. It was in 1947 that Oslo first presented the people of Britain with a magnificent Norwegian Christmas Tree, by way of thanking them for support and friendship during World War Two. The tree attracts many tourists who come to see a different choir perform each evening, raising money for a range of charities.
To help visitors make the most of their trip to London for the Christmas season, LondonTown.com, the premier London hotels website, is offering a number of discounted rooms close by for the duration of the Trafalgar Square carols.
Every evening between Monday 5 December and Thursday 22 December, crowds gather to listen to carols between 5pm and 9pm. The tree itself is lit between noon and midnight, until Twelfth Night in January. Nelson's Column is festooned with Norwegian white lights.
Just a minute's walk from Trafalgar Square, the Trafalgar Hotel London is offering a 76% discount on a standard double room rate when you book through LondonTown.com. That brings the nightly rate in this four-star luxury hotel down to 175 pounds.
For further details on the Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree and carols, and to see other discounted rooms in London hotels, visit LondonTown.com
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