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Gaily decorated Easter Eggs, spring flowers
and pageants make Easter in London a fantastic place to be this year. Booking an Easter break potentially in Park
Grand Hotel Kensington Hotel is guaranteed to give you a very different
insight into life in London.
Instead of simply strolling around historic
houses like Hampton Court Palace,
why not search out one of the many Easter Egg trails. It certainly provides a lot of extra fun and
enjoyment as you explore the buildings and grounds in search of the tasty
Stop off at one of the London’s many
chocolate shops and choose an Easter egg, Easter bunny or Easter chick. Beautifully decorated, they are a delight to
see – but totally irresistible once you start nibbling the delicious chocolate.
Good places to look are Melt Chocolate
and Fortnum & Mason’s spectacular Easter Egg bar where hundreds of
sweet treats are lined up ready for purchase.
Planning a visit to the London Eye? Why not book on one of the
wonderful Chocolate and Prosecco tasting experiences, which definitely add an
extra touch to the scenic views. If you
can tear yourself away from the scenes of London’s skyline, you can try a
variety of chocolate nibbles courtesy of a Hotel Chocolat Ambassador, before
relaxing with a glass of Prosecco.
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Sit back and watch one of London’s free
pageants this Easter. Heading from Greenwich to central London, an actor
will be recreating the famous Elizabethan Armarda portrait. Take your seat in
Trafalgar Square for one of the most spectacular events this Easter, as over
100 actors, volunteers, horses, donkeys and doves recreate the Passion of
Christ. If you can’t get a front row
seat don’t worry – good views of the performance can be had from the massive TV
screens installed around Trafalgar Square. This is the ninth year that this
event has been held, and it has become one of the most popular Good Friday
events. It’s well worth the trip to this place during your stay at the Kensington hotel
Anyone with a family will find lots of fun
activities on offer in London’s museums and art galleries including crafts and
storytelling sessions. Older children
will enjoy a sleepover on board an authentic replica of the Tudor ship, the
Golden Hinde which Sir Francis Drake used for his round the world voyage. Permanently moored near the Tudor style Globe Theatre, the sleepovers enable
visitors to find out what life was really like on board a Tudor ship, as crew
or passenger while trying out the realities of Tudor food.