London Eye with Hotel Stay
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London Eye with Hotel Stay
Combine magnificent, 360° views of London with a top hotel for the perfect city getaway.
Situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, the London Eye is an iconic part of London's Skyline. The rotating observation wheel, standing at an impressive 135 metres high, is the perfect place to enjoy unrivalled, 360° views across the city and spot famous London landmarks, including Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace. A journey in one of the pods lasts for 30 minutes, so you'll have plenty of time to soak up the views from the ever-changing perspective and get that epic Instagram shot.
Whether you're taking flight with the kids in tow, with friends or with your partner, it's sure to be a London experience you won't forget.
Along with your London Eye tickets, our package includes an overnight stay at a top, nearby hotel and breakfast. We have a brilliant collection of hotels to choose from, so whatever your style and budget, we've got a stopover to suit you.
Your e-tickets will be emailed to you within 7 days of your stay. You'll need to take these to the attraction with you.
Other London Eye Deals:
Book a combined tickets package and make the most of a trip to the London Eye and other London attractions in one day. Each attraction is combined with a 24hr Thames River Cruise Pass and hotel stay nearby. Check out the pages below to find out more:
Why you should book with Holiday Extras
With over 35 years experience in offering all those little 'holiday extras' that make a trip complete, we believe we're pretty darn good at packaging your dreams together. We offer the best possible prices because we want everybody and anybody to be able to enjoy time away with their loved ones. Our less hassle approach means we have streamlined our booking process, making it quick and easy to book!
One awesome short break
Featured hotels near the London Eye
We have a range of amazing London hotels for you to pair with your trip to the London Eye. Here are a couple of our favourites:
Crowne Plaza London - Albert Embankment
The 4-star Crowne Plaza Albert Embankment, overlooking the River Thames, is ideal if you're after a touch of luxury.
Holiday Inn Regent's Park
Carburton St, West End
Located just a 20-minute tube ride away from the London Eye, the Holiday Inn Regent's Park is a great, budget-friendly base for your stay.
...or choose from one of our handpicked 3*, 4* or 5* hotels.
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5 Fun London Eye Facts
1. The London Eye was created as part of the Millennium celebrations and was only meant to be a temporary 5-year attraction.
2. The London Eye has a total of 32 pods to represent each of London's boroughs. Each pod is numbered but number 13 was left out due to the superstition that it's unlucky.
3. The London Eye receives more annual visitors than the Pyramids of Giza or the Taj Mahal. Over 3.5 millions visitors flock to see London from this unique vantage point every year.
4. The London Eye moves so slowly (around 0.6 miles per hour) it doesn't need to stop to let people on and off.
5. On a clear day, you can see up to 40 km away in all directions. Keep an eye out for Windsor Castle!
London Eye FAQs
Where is the London Eye?
The London Eye is situated on the South Bank of the River Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament.
Westminster Bridge Road
How tall is the London Eye?
The London Eye is 135 m tall, making it the tallest wheel in Europe.
How long does it take to go round the London Eye?
The duration for a complete rotation takes about 30 minutes.
Can I cancel my booking for the London Eye?
No. These are 'Non-flex' bookings, meaning they are non-cancellable and non-amendable.