June 14, 2012, 5:58 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- LondonTown.com, the specialist website on all things London , has secured discounted room rates at some of the best hotels in London to coincide with Dance GB Ė The Olympic Project, a highly anticipated dance event from the UK's three top dance companies. From 4-8 July the UK's three national dance companies will perform together for the first time in a giant Big Top in the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich . Choreographed by Martin Lawrence, Christopher Bruce and Itzik Galili the Scottish Ballet, National Dance Company Wales and the English National Ballet will perform specially commissioned pieces inspired by the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Aside from the main performances, the grounds of the Old Royal Naval College will host demonstrations, workshops, masterclasses and even a cabaret providing fun and entertainment for everyone. The show-stopping performances begin at 7.30pm with a matinee performance at 2.30pm on 8 July.
To make staying in the capital to enjoy the Dance GB Ė The Olympic Project event more affordable, LondonTown.com has negotiated room discounts with a range of hotels in London near the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich.
For example, the Holiday Inn Express London Greenwich is now available from £57 per room, per night thanks to massive reductions of up to 77%. This three-star hotel is about 20 minutes' walk from the Old Royal Naval College and not far from the North Greenwich tube station.
If luxury is sought, the four-star Novotel London Greenwich has also had its room rates slashed. Prices now start at £117 per room, per night thanks to discounts of up to 53%. This stylish hotel is located right in the heart of Greenwich and is just a 10-minute walk from where the Dance GB – The Olympic Project event will be held.
LondonTown.com has plenty of other discounted hotels on offer across the capital this month. It also has further information and booking services for Dance GB Ė The Olympic Project as well as many of London's other summer events. Its aim is to make London and the 2012 Olympics as accessible as possible.