London Spectacular & André Rieu 2024 (Block E1)
3 Days Away
André Rieu, his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra – and his world-famous Stradivarius violin are coming back to the UK and Ireland in 2024! The ‘Modern King of Waltz’ will conduct an unmissable and engaging show - lavish costumes, beautiful imagery and a romantic and joyful programme ranging from emotional ballads and classical masterpieces - to Waltzes, show tunes, and so much more!
Treat your loved ones – or yourself to a magical and moving evening to remember! Plus, this three-day break includes two nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the International Hotel in Canary Wharf and free time to explore the UK's capital, London.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Modern coach travel with reserved seating
- Two nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the International Hotel, London
- Evening admission to André Rieu at Wembley OVO Arena, London - Seating Block E1
- Free time to explore the UK's capital, London
The International Hotel - An impressive glass-fronted building in a fantastic location on the water’s edge in Canary Wharf. The hotel not only provides guests with a warm welcome and comfortable accommodation - but the building also boasts breathtaking panoramic views over London’s skyline.
Coming to the UK and Ireland in 2024
André Rieu, his 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra – and his world-famous Stradivarius violin are coming back to the UK and Ireland in 2024!
Prepare to be moved
The ‘Modern King of Waltz’ will conduct an unmissable and engaging show - lavish costumes, beautiful imagery displayed behind the orchestra, and a romantic and joyful programme ranging from emotional ballads and classical masterpieces, to Waltzes, show tunes, and so much more!
The special guest will be…
The 2024 tour will feature 15-year-old Emma Kok (she won The Voice Kids in 2021)… you might have already seen her on social media performing her viral rendition of the song ‘Voila’? Watch it on YouTube now if you haven't!
So who is André Rieu?
André Rieu is a violin soloist performing for over half a million people every year with his orchestra, making him one of the top ten touring acts - and the biggest male solo touring artist in the world. He’s the classical act with the highest attendance, regularly outselling the world’s top pop and rock stars!
He has made classical music accessible to millions of people globally and is the reason why Waltz is an international sensation.
There are so many things to see and do in England's capital
London is crammed with so much to see and do, it’s no wonder the city is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, attracting around 19 million visitors every year! London is the perfect destination for a city break with over 2,000 years of history, iconic buildings and world-class theatre. Discover some of London’s most famous landmarks, such as the Tower of London, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, and Buckingham Palace. Time it right and you could even experience the Changing of the Guard, one of the oldest ceremonies associated with the palace.
If you love a fascinating museum, you’ll be spoilt for choice in London. Explore The British Museum, Natural History Museum, Imperial War Museum and The Science Museum. You’ll even find a Sherlock Holmes Museum which is of course located on Baker Street.
The city's shopping is unrivalled
If you fancy a spot of retail therapy, London is an absolute dream. Head to Oxford Street and Regent Street and you’ll find all the big high street names. For a bit more luxury, pay a visit to Harrods, one of the largest and most famous department stores in the world. If you fancy something a little different, explore Camden Market with its many independent shops and stalls, selling fashion, music, art and food.
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Britannia International Hotel, London Britannia International Hotel, LondonAn impressive glass-fronted building, with equally impressive panoramic views
The Britannia-run International Hotel is an impressive glass-fronted building in a fantastic location on the water’s edge in Canary Wharf in London. Situated in the Docklands area of the city, it’s a modern hotel with fantastic floor-to-ceiling windows, providing breathtaking panoramic views over London’s iconic skyline.
A warm welcome and comfortable accommodation
All bedrooms have an en-suite bathroom, TV, telephone, hairdryer and tea & coffee-making facilities. Start your day with a hearty breakfast in Jenny’s Restaurant, choosing from a superb selection of delicious hot and cold foods, including fruit, cereals, and pastries. Enjoy a refreshing drink or a tasty snack in The Conservatory Bar with its lovely waterside views of the Thames.
Convenient for exploring the city
You’ll find many popular attractions within a few miles of the International Hotel, making it an ideal base for an exciting city break to London. There are convenient public transport links with Canary Wharf tube station only a 10-minute walk from the hotel (it’s only 20 mins into London City Centre via the underground) and South Quay DLR station just a short walk from the hotel.
- Free Wi-Fi in public areas
- 3 lifts that access most floors
- TV in lounge/bar with live sports
- Pool table
- Two on-site bars serving hot and cold drinks plus light bites
- Conservatory Bar – floor-to-ceiling windows, waterside views, drinks and snacks
- Fridays Pub – live sports are shown on large screen, lively atmosphere
- Jennys Restaurant - buffet breakfast and evening meal served here
- Overstuffed Pizzeria
- Limited accessible rooms
- 24-hour reception
- In the room: En suite facilities, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, telephone, hairdryer