London Staycations & RAF Club City Breaks

Tuesday 23rd February 2021

We know members have very much missed their trips to London, using the Club as a central base for theatre, museums and galleries, dining out and days out with the kids. As we all tentatively begin to plan some much needed family time this spring/summer, why not combine any of these ideas to build your bespoke Club City staycation?

Our cancellation policies are flexible, our ‘welcome back’ rates are wallet-friendly and the Club offers the same exceptional location and warm welcome as ever. What are you waiting for... get a date in the diary and start looking forward to revisiting your ‘home from home’ in 2021.

Don’t Forget – member guests can also benefit from member accommodation rates AND members may also sponsor guests for unaccompanied stays subject to availability. What an added bonus of membership for 2021.

Build Your Package:
Single Rooms £79.00 from May through to end of August 2021
Standard Double Rooms from £99.00 from May through to end of August 2021
Superior Rooms at £129.00 from May to end of August 2021
Family Rooms priced at £149.00, with two adjoining rooms for families priced at £99.00 with the second room ½ price at £50.00 from May to end of August 2021

City Stay Ideas:

The following days out are all currently operating, as more and more attractions reopen, we will update you.

For further inspiration and the latest information visit: www.timeout.com/london/things-to-do or www.visitlondon.com/

The Great Outdoors
The Royal Parks – needing no introduction, many of the beautiful Royal Parks are a stroll from the Club – take in the scenery or hire a bike to see a quieter side of the capital. 5000 acres of quality green spaces across eight London parks. Free to visit and open every day of the year, the parks are for everyone and spring/summer is the perfect time to experience the parks in bloom.

“From boating lakes to birdsong, grand gardens to kids’ playgrounds, visit the parks today and find your escape from city life.” www.royalparks.org.uk/parks

Kew Gardens – “London's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city” www.kew.org/

Historic London
Greenwich  Park

“Overlooking the River Thames and home to some of London’s most iconic views, Greenwich Park is an amazing mix of 17th century landscape, stunning gardens and a rich history that dates back to Roman times”

Maritime Greenwich
The Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site, offers “internationally significant architecture and landscape, artistic achievement, scientific endeavour and royal association come together to tell the story of Britain at sea, and of world time-keeping, navigation and exploration.” www.greenwichworldheritage.org/

For All the Family
A visit to one of London’s historic Open Air Markets, from Borough, Covent Garden to Portobello browse outdoors, sampling the best of British produce along the way.

Go Ape Battersea Park are accepting bookings from 6th March onwards
https://goape.co.uk/locations/battersea-park

Although London Zoo is currently closed, you can purchase flexible tickets valid for 1 year www.zsl.org/ticket/zsl-london-zoo#tickets

Walking Tours
Sherlock Holmes Tour
available from April
 
www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/32164375-sherlock-holmes-tour

Square Mile City Visitor Trail - a self-guided tour on the culture, history and heritage of the most famous Square Mile in the world.  www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/walks-and-itineraries/self-guided-walks-and-trails/city-visitor-trail

 
Your Culture Fix
Royal Albert Hall
– Kensington Gore. Tickets are available to book from 13th April. See full information on www.royalalberthall.com/tickets

Theatre
London has desperately missed the buzz of theatre-land over the past year. The following productions are already making plans for a spring/summer reopening, so why not snap up tickets while you still can…

For the latest information on what’s on visit www.timeout.com/london/ and for new shows launching 2021, visit www.timeout.com/london/theatre/london-theatre-for-2021-shows-not-to-miss

‘Hamilton’ – reopens May 15.
‘Les Misérables’ – reopens May 29.
‘The Lion King’ – reopens ‘spring 2021’
‘Mamma Mia!’ – reopens June 7.
‘Mary Poppins’ – reopens May 22.
‘The Phantom of the Opera’ – reopens June 5.
‘Tina – The Tina Turner Musical’ – reopens June tbc.
‘Witness for the Prosecution’ – reopens May 18.
‘The Book of Mormon’ – reopens July 12.

Extra Incentives to Book
Children receive a complimentary welcome gift and ice cream sundae during their stay
Children’s menus as standard throughout the Club
Relaxed dress code extended to 31st August 2021
Pre Booked Packed Lunches Available
Parking minutes’ walk from the Club 
Flexible Terms & Conditions and Cancellation Policy
Your safety is our priority – The Club is a Covid Secure venue, with Visit England ‘Good to Go’ Accreditation

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