The St Giles Hotel in Feltham/Heathrow is closer than you think to a large number of popular tourist attractions, including the centre of London.
With lots of places to go and things to do, we are able to put together tailor made packages for bespoke tours in London with accommodation for groups of a minimum of 20 people.
Contact the Sales Department direct on +(44) 0 20 8817 7021 or E-mail to see how we can help!
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• windsor castle •
Windsor is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and Official Residence of Her Majesty, The Queen. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years.
• legoland windsor •
At LEGOLAND® Windsor the entertainment is certainly hands-on. Children aged 3-12 can take to the road, soar through the skies and sail the seas in complete safety. With over 50 interactive rides, live shows, building workshops, driving schools and attractions, all set in 150 acres of beautiful parkland, LEGOLAND Windsor is a different sort of family theme park.
• wenworth golf club •
Wentworth Club is like entering another world; the leafy and rhododendron-lined drive through the estate offers glimpses through the trees of lush fairways and manicured greens. Then you are greeted with one of the most celebrated and best known sights in golf, the opening hole on the legendary West Course, overlooked by the famous castellated Clubhouse.
In the context of golf as an ancient pursuit, Wentworth is but a youngster. However, the Club's rich and varied history belies its tender years. It has attracted the best golfers from around the world, held many of the sport's premier competitions and made an enormous impact on the game at professional and club level.
• sunningdale golf club •
All that one would hope to find in the ideal golf club is in abundance at Sunningdale. Two magnificently conditioned courses of superb design and so pleasing to the eye, a clubhouse which provides members and visitors with an unforgettable experience of pampered comfort, accompanied by exceptional food and wine. There's a first class professional's shop and competent instruction on hand, the most knowledgeable caddies in the game and the finest halfway house apparently!
• the virginia water & savill garden •
Virginia Water was, until the creation of the great reservoirs, the largest man-made body of water in the British Isles. The woodlands surrounding the lake have been continuously planted since the middle of the eighteenth century, and The Frost Farm Plantation, at the south-western end of the lake, is a designated Site of Special Interest.
The Savill Garden is one of Britain's greatest ornamental gardens, developed under the patronage of Kings and Queens. It is neither a botanical garden, nor a kitchen garden attached to a great house, it is a garden for the garden's sake and well worth a visit.
• Thorpe Park •
Thorpe Park is one of Europe's most exciting theme parks. It's the UK's most thrilling theme park, with more thrill rides than any theme park in the country - you'll enjoy an adrenaline packed day!
• Wembley Stadium and Arena •
Wembley Stadium welcomes roughly 1 ½ million football and rugby fans each year, but it also has important roles as the country's leading venue for music concerts and allows the UK to bid for the greatest events in world sport – from the World Athletics Championship and the Olympic Games to the FIFA World Cup. With fans eager to see inside the new world class venue, the Wembley Stadium Tour is already breaking the old stadium's attendance records month. Accolades have also started to roll in including Best Live Venue at both the prestigious NME Awards and the Vodafone Live Music Awards.
• Princes Water and Ski Club •
As the oldest and most prestigious waterski club in the UK, Princes proudly boasts 3 waterski lakes, the latest Ski Nautique boats and a team of top international coaches. Tournaments are held there throughout the year.
• Wisley (RHS Garden) •
The flagship garden of the RHS, Wisley, captures the imagination with richly planted borders, luscious rose gardens and of course, the state-of-the-art new Glasshouse. Gifted to the Society in 1903, it is now world-class garden in its own right.
• Kempton Park Race Course •
Kempton Park in Sunbury on Thames is the premier London horse racing and entertainment venue. The best of UK horse racing, evening horse racing and jump racing alongside great facilities and a premier horse racing track, mean brilliant nights out.
• Brentford Football Club •
Home to the red & white army, (or Bees) Griffin Park on the Braemar Road is just 20 minutes away by car.
• Syon Park •
Home to the Duke of Northumberland and his family, for over four hundred years, Syon Park is full of beauty and magnificence, of great paintings and furniture, with perhaps the finest Robert Adam interior in the country.
Surrounded by its own parkland, with Kew Gardens across the Thames, it is hard to believe that Syon is barely 10 miles from central London. It's even closer to the St Giles at Feltham/Heathrow and offers you and the family everything for a wonderful day out.
• Kew Gardens •
With its royal heritage, historic buildings and 300 acres of green space, Kew is much more than just a garden, Kew is the perfect day out. Kew's newest addition, the Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop walkway offers you the most compelling tree-top experience in the UK.
• twickenham stoop stadium •
Still going strong after 25 years, Harlequins Rugby League entertain and excite London with top quality professional Rugby League, played with great spirit and determination. The Stoop at Langhorn Drive is just a short drive away from the hotel.
• hampton court palace •
Henry VIII is most associated with this majestic palace, which he extended and developed after acquiring it in the 1520s.Come face to face with the mighty King Henry VIII, experience the sights and smells of a right Royal Tudor feast being prepared by the cooks in the historic kitchens and marvel at some of the world's most magnificent Italian Renaissance paintings.
As for the annual Hampton Court Flower Show; this is an event no gardener will want to miss! Held at the height of the summer, against the backdrop of the great Royal Palace, the Hampton Court Flower Show is a fabulous event.
• Chessington World of Adventures •
• Twickenham Rugby Stadium •
The famous 'Twickers' is known as the home of English rugby. It is the largest rugby union stadium in the UK and has recently been enlarged to seat 82,000. This makes it the second largest stadium in the UK after Wembley. The stadium has also hosted a number of concerts such as Iron Maiden, Genesis, U2, The Rolling Stones, The Police, Eagles and R.E.M. Why not combine a visit to the stadium with a behind-the-scenes guided tour. This includes a visit to the England dressing room and ends by walking through the players tunnel to pitch side.
• Westfield Shopping Centre •
Westfield Shopping Centre is a large shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush, London, England. The centre opened to the public on 30th October 2008.
• London Waterloo Station •
Waterloo East station (officially London Waterloo East ) is a railway station in London.