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The art of the ‘staycation’ at LUMA Concept Hotel London

Britain has become one of the staycation capitals of the world, with more and more people every year choosing to holiday at home rather than travel abroad.

But wait… what exactly is a ‘staycation’?

This term refers to the concept of holidaying close to home, rather than going abroad to take time out. It’s great for anyone with a busy lifestyle, a modest budget or just a simple urge to rediscover the joys of their homeland.

The perks of staycations

Keeping your holiday destination close to your home means it’s always easy to get away.

If you’re always needed at the office and therefore can’t take weeks at a time off to unwind, a short break is just what the doctor ordered. Many holidays require an arduous journey half way across the world before you can even think about relaxing, which could take a weekend in itself!

If you’re on a tighter budget, staycations are just the thing for you. Save money on flights and instead spend it on the activities and pastimes you love.

The UK is filled with such an array of vibrant cities, sweeping countryside and quaint seaside towns that it would be hard not to find the perfect place for a holiday here.

LUMA Concept Hotel London: The perfect staycation destination

Considering a short break in London? LUMA Concept Hotel London offers you an easy-going, stress-free environment to help you relax and unwind. Take advantage of our location in Hammersmith, West London and discover all the nooks and crannies you never knew existed in London.

Top 5 things to do during your staycation:


Visit nearby Ravenscourt Park for a bit of peace and quiet. The backdrop of beautiful greenery just moments from LUMA Concept Hotel London is sure to induce instant relaxation.

Live entertainment

Fancy going to see a gig? A live comedy show? An edgy piece of theatre? Hammersmith is host to some of the biggest, coolest, edgiest venues in West London. Want to have a laugh? The Comedy Tree is moments away from the station, as is the Lyric Hammersmith, one of London’s most creative theatres constantly showcasing interesting up-and-coming work.


With the V&A, the British Museum, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum all less than 20 minutes away from Hammersmith Tube Station, culture-vultures are in for a treat!

Eating out

The nearby streets of Hammersmith and Fulham bristle with restaurants and pubs of real character and diversity, celebrating the city’s vibrancy and eclectic cultures. London is your oyster. Enjoy!

Drinking out

If you fancy letting your hair down and having a party, there are several great bars and nightclubs to choose from in Hammersmith. From Belushi’s Sports bar to the The Stonemasons Arms English pub, this neighbourhood has it all. And if you’re tempted by the bright lights of the West End and beyond, tubes and buses from Hammersmith make all of central London easy to get to.

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