The otherwise powerful U.S. dollar has yet to make a dent in the pound sterling, so prices have not made London quite so easy to love these days as Paris, Rome or Madrid. Nevertheless, a recent trip to London indicated that restaurateurs and hoteliers are more sensitive to price, competing for the 17 million tourists who visit. This means more hotel package deals, a lot more creature comforts, and better fixed-price meals.
The Café Royal London, opened in 1865 on the curve of Regent Street (above) by a French émigré who Anglicized his name to Daniel Nicols. Within the read more >>>
Source : HuffingtonPost.Com