Thinking of visiting London and not sure what to see first? Then why not try the fabulous Shard Building? Open to the general public in February 2013, offering some of the greatest views available of this futuristic and forward thinking capital.
This 95 storey high skyscraper was the vision of the brilliant Italian architect Renzo Piano, who designed a unique building with an irregular pyramidal shape clad entirely in glass. The Shard at London Bridge Quarter has redefined London’s skyline more so than any other recent construction, it is a symbol that is recognisable around the world and is sure to be a major tourist attraction in its own right. The Shard is the tallest completed building in Western Europe at 310 mtrs with its unmistakable crystalline facade changing the Capitals skyline forever.
Located on the South bank of the Thames this area has always played an important role in the rise of London as a true global city, drawing people from around the world to work and live in this vibrant area. London Bridge Quarter and The Shard stand at the very heart of this community.
The shard with its World-renowned restaurants and spectacular panoramic vistas look over the London skyline to create one of the most enjoyable dining experience’s anywhere in the world. The masterpiece of the dedicated restaurants area is a breath taking glass atrium.
High speed lifts will whisk visitors up to the 68-72 floors to the viewing areas of the shard, on what is to become undoubtedly one of London’s most sought after attractions. The views are truly amazing and on a clear day you can see uninterrupted views across the city for up to 40 miles in all directions. Open to the general public in February however you can Buy your tickets in advance through our dedicated booking system. Be one of the first to brag!!
There are 200 opulent rooms in the 5 Star Shangri-La hotel offering guests fantastic hospitality and service alongside an internationally acclaimed restaurant, pool, fully fitted modern gymnasium and stimulating business facilities. All in all if you do visit London, you have to put The Shard down on your ‘to do’ list. Enjoy!!