With the sun still shining, September is the perfect month to enjoy rooftop bars, boat races and even the last of the late summer festivals. In our eyes, autumn has never looked so good. Our London hotels are not only comfortable but centrally located, meaning you can make the most out of your days in the city.
Experience the fascinating history of the Mail Rail at the British Postal Museum’s all new interactive exhibition. Get up close and personal with the locomotives and learn about how engineers worked day and night to carry 4 million letters across London’s hidden underground rail system.
4th September 2017 – 4th September 2018, British Postal Museum
Totally Thames London
An annual event in London, this month-long celebration of the River Thames is returning with an even bigger programme. Each week welcomes a new selection of concerts, exhibitions, boat trips, talks, dance installations and more.
1st-30th September 2017, various locations
Open House London
The Open House London weekend gives you the unique opportunity to snoop around some of the city’s most inspiring buildings. Now stretched to over 30 destinations worldwide, the charity event encourages observers to appreciate the beauty of architecture and design.
16th-17th September 2017, various locations
London Design Festival
Returning for its 15th consecutive year, London Design Festival is back to celebrate the city as the design capital of the world. With locations dotted all over London, expect to see a variety of art installations, workshops, exhibitions and landmark projects showcasing leading designers and architects.
16th-24th September 2017, various locations
Featuring some of the world’s finest brewing talents, the Beavertown Extravaganza is a serious celebration of beer. The two-day event hosts over 50 world-class breweries and their tongue tingling craft beer selections, as well as numerous talks and seminars.
8th-9th September 2017, Printworks London
Rachel Whiteread Exhibition
As a celebration Rachel Whiteread’s extraordinary achievements, Tate Modern is tracking 25 years of her best artworks in this momentous exhibition. The first female winner of the 1993 Turner Prize, Whiteread is an internationally renowned artist best known for her impressive sculptures.
12th September 2017 – 21st January 2018, Tate Britain
Proms in the Park
Proms in the Park is the ultimate finale after an exciting summer of proms performances. The day’s headliners include the legendary Sir Ray Davies, as well as Sir Bryn Terfel and 1970’s sensation Gilbert O’Sullivan. Set within the majestic grounds of London’s Hyde Park, it’s sure to be a fabulous evening.
9th September, Hyde Park
Waiting for Godot
Regarded as a 20th century masterpiece and one of the greatest plays of all time, Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot returns to the Arts Theatre after its original production back in 1955. As a celebration of this iconic return, there are over 1955 seats available for performances throughout September.
5th-23rd September 2017, The Arts Theatre
London Fashion Week Festival
London Fashion Week marks one of the biggest bi-annual events in the city’s style calendar. As many of the prestigious high-end shows are invite only, the London Fashion Week Festival gives the public the chance to get involved. Expect catwalks from emerging brands, as well as clothing exhibitions, workshops and live demos.
21st-24th September 2017, The Store Studios
Take full advantage of London’s September events when you stay at one of our elegant, centrally located London hotels.