Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2012 11:11 am Post subject: Notting Hill Carnival promises 2012 extravaganza
Notting Hill Carnival promises 2012 extravaganza
Released on: July 27, 2012, 8:19 am
Industry: Travel, Entertainment, Internet & Online
LondonTown.com exclusive hints that this year’s street party will be the most spectacular yet
July 27, 2012, 8:19 am -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Notting Hill Carnival is Europe's biggest and longest-running street party; and with 2012 already being a special year for London, it has been rumoured that this year's celebration is going to be absolutely spectacular.
And LondonTown.com, the number one internet site for all things London, has teamed up with some of Notting Hill's leading hoteliers to offer a selection of great London hotels at low prices.
Finding a great place to stay could make or break a Notting Carnvial Weekend; the area is always really busy, and walking is the easiest way to reach the celebrations. LondonTown.com reports that this year's festival is expecting more than its regular haul of 1 million visitors over the August Bank Holiday weekend.
So LondonTown.com is offering 78% discounts on hotels such as the Abbey Court Notting Hill, with doubles or twins from as little as £89 a night. You can walk to the carnival soundsystems in ten minutes, along Pembridge Villas or down Portobello Road and across. Alternatively the nearby Hilton London Kensington Hotel is offering a massive 79% discount, meaning double rooms start at just £79.
And with all eyes on London in 2012, it's been hinted that those visitors might be in for something very special from the parades and sound systems. Classic soundsystems like King Tubby's and Gaz's Rockin' Blues are sure to bring some special guests for this bumper London year.
And whilst things are always kept under wraps until the last minute, there is a huge buzz about the scale and design of the floats and costumes for the Bank Holiday Monday (August 27 th ).
It's proof that the city's residents and regular parties have just as much to offer as the Olympics. And as London lovers, LondonTown.com is making it easier to enjoy the city's favourite party.
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