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An interesting trip will take you to the Capital’s top art deco locations. Just a sample of what you could view is shown below.

London Art Deco Tour

Daily Telegraph building
The Daily Telegraph building, located on London’s renowned Fleet Street, is a must-see for art deco enthusiasts. It was created in 1928, and coupled with the adjoining Daily Express building, it is an excellent example of art deco architecture. Goldman Sachs bank presently owns both structures.

The Savoy

Enjoy a Martini while surrounded by exquisite art deco grandeur, and spend a night or two in one of the opulently decorated apartments. On the renowned Strand, with a view of the Thames, lies this historic hotel. From Jimi Hedrix to Frank Sinatra, just about every famous person you can think of has stayed here. It served as the location for the romantic conclusion of the movie Notting Hill.

The Hoover Building

The Hoover Building in West London is one of the best examples of art deco architecture in the city and shouldn’t be missed. Between 1931 and 1935, architect Wallis Gilbert created it for the Hoover Company. Tesco now owns it, so you can purchase your tea bags in elegance.

Eltham Palace

This lavish art deco residence is a part of a mediaeval palace. It was built in 1933 for multi-millionaire Stephen Coulthard and includes ground-breaking elements including a loudspeaker system and central vacuum cleaning. A unique elevator is also available for the pet monkey. Eltham Palace also hosts unique events, including kid-friendly activities, mediaeval jousting, and tours of art deco architecture. The renowned Greenwich antique markets, the National Maritime Museum, Chislehurst Caves, and The Royal Artillery Museum are just a few nearby attractions.

Battersea Power Station

This magnificent structure, created in 1934 and designed by Giles Gilbert Scott, was formerly a power plant. The building could be renovated and put too many other uses, but alas, it is now vacant. The 4 major deco chimneys integrity is now being improved, nevertheless.


This hotel was redecorated & themed in art deco style and it’s the best place across the world to take hot afternoon tea. Admire the Lalique glass sculptures.

Why choose us?

  • The tours we offer are completely private guided tours
  • All our vehicles are cleaned & fully sanitised
  • We have a team of reliable, highly experienced, and friendly drivers
  • We assure flexibility & reliability. You can change the itinerary on the day as per your needs.
  • We have years of experience in the travel & tourism industries
  • We assure you great value for your private tour
  • We provide pick-up and drop service at your doorstep.
  • We give you the most enjoyable & comfortable trip
  • We provide luxury car, buses and coaches.