Corinthia Hotel London Introduces Selfridges Shopping Package

Corinthia Hotel London

Avid shoppers traveling to London this year need look no further than Corinthia Hotel London’s new Shop, Stay & Play in London package. Guests stay in one of the hotel’s suites or penthouses and receive a luxury shopping experience at Selfridges Oxford Street.

Starting off with a one-way chauffeured drive from the hotel to Selfridges, the trip will proceed with a store tour. Those who book the package will have priority booking of Selfridges VIP shopping services, including stylists, a food concierge and Selfridges gift-giving professionals. Shoppers participating in the promotion receive a £250 discount (approximately $333) off their final bill.

After spending the day shopping, travelers can deliver their purchases straight to Corinthia Hotel London. At the hotel, guests may visit the property’s four-floor spa ESPA Life at Corinthia. The relaxation center provides access to a swimming pool, sauna, steam room and ice showers. The package also includes access to the hotel’s 24-hour BodySpace gym.

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Among guests’ choice of rooms are 11 new Garden and London suites. The accommodations include a separate living room, over-sized bed, marble bathroom with underfloor heating and a tropical rain shower.

Travelers ordering the Shop, Stay & Play in London must do so by December 28. The deal is applicable for stays until December 30.

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