Business Travel Guide
The best hotels, restaurants and activities for London business travelers.
London is one of the world's key financial centers and is a top investment destination with a high concentration of international retailers and high-net-worth individuals. In 2012, it became the first city to have hosted the Summer Olympic Games three times, which added another significant factor to a city that thrives on financial and business services, tourism and high-tech companies.
London possesses more than 480 overseas banks and a majority of Fortune's Global 500 companies have offices in London. London also boasts Canary Wharf, a major business district in east London and one of two major financial centers in the United Kingdom. Here you'll find headquarters to many financial banks, professional services firms and media outlets.
Aside from business, London has a rich arts and culture scene, and is a very diverse city with more than 300 languages spoken in the area. Plus, it's home to a bevy of landmarks and World Heritage Sites.
Whether it's your first business trip to London or your 10th, GAYOT's travel guide can help you plan a seamless itinerary with suggestions for where to book a room, dine and what to see when you're not working.