Where else is better to spend Christmas but in a town that celebrates it in style. The city of London loses its lazy, gloomy feel to it and brightens up to celebrate the birth of Christ. The charm of Christmas does not need to be elaborated to anyone. From kids to adults, people enjoy the festivities and the decorations that adorn the streets.

The regent street is a street renowned for its special Christmas lights festival every year. The most recent Christmas lighting up festival was well known Olympic GB team and other celebrities. Decorating London during Christmas has been a tradition ever since 1947. However due to war time restrictions lights were not allowed until 1949. The first full lights display during Christmas was in 1953. Every year since then Regent Street manages to put up a different display for the public to enjoy. This street is one of London’s most famed streets for shopping and numerous other hang outs.

Decorated with traditional gold holly and red berry, in 2012 a tribute to the Olympics and Para Olympics team was the theme for the decorations. The lights stay up till mid-January every year, making the street a lovely place to visit with its extended Christmas cheer.

If you are in London during Christmas this is a must see and experience. Better yet to participate in the lighting festival which announces the exact date of the lighting well in advance. 2012 was the lighting festival attended by the cast of West End musical Matilda and world renowned opera singer Noah Stewart. Stay close to festivities as you absorb the Christmas charm on the beautiful streets of London. The Langham London is a chain of luxury hotels London has in store that never fails to amaze its guests with its traditional star class services and amazing services. Be treated like royalty as you travel to good old London, stay at a suite hotels London and spend your Christmas holidays with a well-known name in hospitality around the world. Where else is better to reside while in London but at a hotel that has a century old story to tell too.