If you don’t have tickets to the Olympics but want to sit back and enjoy the world’s best sporting event in all of its glory, where better to soak up the atmosphere than in The Pavilion at the Tower of London?
This unique structure, located in the moat of London’s premier visitor attraction, offers guests a once in a lifetime opportunity to relax and entertain in a landmark, quintessentially British location. With giant screens to watch all the live action, daily themed entertainment from around the world and a fabulous selection of food and drinks, there really is no better place to enjoy the 2012 Olympic Games.
With visitors to the Tower of London forecast to peak at 15,000 every day during the Games and its location between Tower Hill and London Bridge Stations (both with direct train links to Stratford), House of Nations will also attract those travelling to and from the Olympic Park, in addition to local office workers who have braved the congestion and who wish to get a taste of the games atmosphere after a hard day at their desks.
For corporate hospitality, Gold Passes can be pre-booked to guarantee entry and include champagne, food and reserved seating around the VIP bar. In addition, and in keeping with many other Olympic National Houses, the House of Nations is also open to the public with concessions for children and families.
The House of Nations at the Tower will be open from 9am – 11pm throughout the Olympics.
The launch of this Games venue, comes from the success of House of Nations at King’s Cross, located directly opposite King’s Cross station and just 7 minutes on the high-speed Javelin train from the Olympic Park in Stratford. House of Nations at King’s Cross is very much like that at the Tower with a few additional features including extended opening hours from 9am – 3am, a great location near to the Olympex exhibition and the Irish House and some of London’s best known DJs taking you into the early hours.
For further details on both venues please visit our dedicated website House of Nations.