Hotel Profile: The Egerton House Hotel

Newcastle England
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Bedroom at the Egerton House Hotel, LondonIn anticipation of exciting new exhibits, the Victoria and Albert Museum has paired with the equally prestigious Egerton House Hotel to create the Art and Culture at the V&A package. With its close proximity to the museum, the five-star London hotel will serve as a home base between museum visits with minimal hassle or commute.

The Art and Culture at the V&A package includes two nights’ accommodations, two tickets to the feature exhibition of your choice, a catalog detailing everything on show, Traditional Afternoon Tea for two on one day, and a Full English Breakfast daily.

The Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A Museum) is the world’s greatest museum of art and design with diverse collections, and up to 3,000 years of artifacts. Current and upcoming exhibits include: Treasures of the Royal Courts (March 9 through July 14), David Bowie is (March 23 through August 11), Sky Arts Ignition: Memory Palace (June 18 through October 20), and Club to Catwalk: London Fashion in the 1980s (July 10 through February 16, 2014). Visit:

Package price is from $553 per night (including VAT) based on two adults sharing a Classic Double for a minimum of two nights. Additional nights are priced at our Best Available Rate. Rates vary according to monetary fluctuations. This package is available until December 30, and is subject to availability. Terms and conditions apply. Please note that the V&A will be closed on 24th, 25th and 26th of December.

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