Jazz Clubs in London – Move to the music

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Back in the days of the Roman’s London, was merely a little village on the river Thames with narrow streets lined with tiny shops and houses. But with time it has evolved into a unique blend of the classics and the modern and has become an economic powerhouse as well as the centre of the British Cultural Renaissance.
From the London Bus to the London eye, everything about London seems like a ‘must see’ for any outsider. There’s no better place to soak up some culture than the City of Lights and whether you want to check out a state-of-the-art sports stadium or take in some truly historic art, London has it all! It’s crammed full of totally unique things to see and do!
The Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace and on Horse Guards Parade are just a few of the colorful displays of Royal pageantry to be seen and experienced. From the Trafalgar Square to the Kew Gardens, Oxford Street to the Tate Modern, London sure has all that life has to offer!
That’s not all! This swinging city has always catered for the coolest of cats and kittens, with an array of first-class jazz clubs. The premier stopover being the legendary 100 Club which is the most celebrated live music venue in Europe and one of the most famous in the world. Other hot spots include 606 Club, with its good food and good jazz, Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club with its relaxed and classy vibe as well as the Octave Jazz Club are few of the many ‘places to be’ for the Jazz enthusiast whose looking for all that jazz!
To fully appreciate the enchanted royalty and vibrant culture of London one must stay over at a luxury London hotel and be treated like royalty! And when considering luxury hotel rooms in London nothing comes straight to mind like The Langham London. There’s no better place than The Langham London to be delighted by its Victorian charm and exceptionally rich heritage, it is also conveniently located closer to many jazz venues in central London for your ease.
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