LONDON, ENGLAND, July 13, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- For the thousands of spectators who want to know the best places in London to watch the Olympics the London specialist website LondonTown.com has revealed the best places to go.
With just over a fortnight to go until the 2012 Olympics begins, visitors who want to stay in London to enjoy the festival-like atmosphere can book one of the London hotels
on the website where there's a wide range of accommodation to choose from whether traveling for business, for the world famous sporting event or on holiday.
While there will be no shortage of places to watch the Olympics in London, the online feature Where to Watch the Olympics
focuses on venues offering a unique vantage point, whether it's the roof top garden above Cannon Street Station, a marquee within the moat of the Tower of London, or a former Victorian stable block 100 meters from the Olympic Park.
There are a number of stylish options for those who want to entertain clients with corporate hospitality packages available at Forman's Fish Island and at the pop up venue The Fringe, both of which are a short walk from the Olympic Stadium. Well known London clubs Ronnie Scott's and Maddox Club are setting up temporary homes at Forman's Fish Island for a 17-night run during the Games, while the restaurant will be offering gourmet food and English wine.
For those who want to watch the Olympics for free, there are a number of Live Sites where big screens will show all the Olympic events beginning with the grand Opening Ceremony which has been put together by Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle. The BT London Live site in Hyde Park will not only provide extensive coverage of the London Olympic Games via six giant screens, including the UK's largest at 144m sq, but will also host live music with well-known pop stars including Tom Jones, McFly, Alexandra Burke and Rebecca Ferguson performing in the evenings.
East London's Victoria Park is another BT London Live hub and, from 19th August, a big screen will be erected in Trafalgar Square for 12 days showing free screenings of the Paralympics. For those who have got tickets to the Games and those who want to be part of the celebrations, London has some wonderfully unique venues to suit all budgets. For more information on planning a trip to London visit LondonTown.com, a useful resource for visitors and local residents with further information on the Olympics. Find and book hotels and restaurants, and discover the best sporting events, cultural attractions, festivals and events happening in London this summer.
Londontown.com is the number one Internet site for London. With over 16 years of experience assisting visitors to the capital, they pride themselves on their customer service and editorial independence - no advertising or paid for content is allowed. The LondonTown.com team assist in finding cheap London hotels, London restaurants
, sightseeing tours, ticket information and events. Trusted and with a loyal following, LondonTown.com is a very reliable source of recommendations and advise on what to do in London. http://www.LondonTown.com