For those looking for somewhere to soak up the Olympic atmosphere, grab a drink and find something to eat — during both day and night — your hot spot could well be the House of Nations.
With locations mere footsteps from King’s Cross and another near the Tower of London, the House of Nations may be one of the easier-to-find events throughout the Games, and these day/night bars look set to pull in the masses in iconic areas of London.
Giant screens showing the Games, and great food and drink from across the world, can help you turn fantastic days into nights you will never forget (except maybe if you enjoy those international tipples just a little too much!)
House of Nations recommends visitors book ahead, and whilst general admission is planned they cannot guarantee any availability. Guaranteed entry will cost you £20 and VIP packages run around £75 (+ VAT) per person with a minimum booking of 10 guests.
The moat at the Tower of London will host revelers from 11am to 11pm, whilst at King’s Cross they are open from 10am to 3am, entertaining guests through to the morning with some of London’s best known DJs.
Both locations of the House of Nations are easy to find. The Tower of London is right in between the Tower Hill and London Bridge stations (with direct links to Stratford), whilst King’s Cross has trains running in all directions late into the night.