Set Jetting, the new Jet Setting

Shaken not stirred at London’s Tower Bridge

This historic London landmark provides the dramatic backdrop for many a feature film, from the scene in Sherlock Holmes where Robert Downey Jr fights his nemesis, to the high octane speedboat pursuit in James Bond - Die Another Day. It was also used in Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, as were locations in the nearby Borough area which you can also explore.

 

DoubleTree by Hilton Tower of London. Located on the doorstep of the iconic Tower of London and Tower Bridge, this contemporary hotel offers the perfect base for a sightseeing filled weekend.

 

Have a magical trip to Edinburgh, Scotland

Visit the birthplace of Harry Potter at The Elephant Café where author J.K Rowling penned her blockbuster first book Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, which went on to become one of the biggest selling stories of all time. And Rowling isn’t the only famous writer to have been inspired by the tiny café; Ian Rankin and Alexander McCall-Smith also put pen to paper there.

 

Edinburgh Hilton Grosvenor.   Located in the stylish West End of Edinburgh’s city centre, the hotel is situated only 200 meters from Haymarket train station, and a short walk from popular attractions including Edinburgh Castle, Princes Street and the Royal Mile, making it the perfect location for a city break.

 

Learn about Professor Hawking’s life in Cambridge

Oscar winning movie ‘The Theory of Everything’ was shot predominantly in Cambridge – the city where Professor Stephen Hawking went to university. Fans of the film will know the romantic ‘May Ball’ scene where Stephen meets wife Jane. Although Stephen studied at Trinity Hall, the scene was shot at St John’s College.

 

DoubleTree by Hilton Cambridge.  The hotel is situated on the banks of the River Cam, offers picturesque waterside views, and easy access to the historic city and university buildings.

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