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The Royal Horseguards Hotel, like London itself, is a fantastic destination year-round. From mid-November through mid-January, the Christmas markets by the London Eye are a draw, and the fireworks over the Thames make New Year's Eve especially festive. Around Easter, the days become a lot brighter (and less rainy). The Chelsea Flower Show in May is a popular event, while the garden in front of hotel is ready when the sun decides to make an appearance in the summer. History is a big selling point for this Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel, with grandparents often bringing the grandkids to see the surrounding landmarks. Hotel staff will surprise with cakes for the kids' birthdays or anniversaries, and rose petals and tea lights for honeymooners.