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ATP Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall

ATP Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall.
The London Charterhouse.
The New Postal Museum and Mail Rail.
Kensington Palace – Diana: Her Fashion Story and Victoria Revealed.
From The Cavendish Hotel St James’s.
2 – 4 December 2017 (2 nights)

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The ATP Champions Tennis at the Royal Albert Hall bring together some of the biggest stars and legendry players of the game going head-to-head in the intimate surroundings of one of the world’s most iconic venues.  There are two matches per session, one competitive singles match and one entertaining doubles match – the player line-up obviously not known at this stage but can include any of the game’s greatest names from McEnroe, Becker, Edberg,  Ivanisevic or Henman.  Your top priced seats are in the front choir with a great view across the length of the court.

Saturday 2 December:  Arrive and check into your rooms at the luxury 4 star Cavendish Hotel, St James’s in the heart of London’s Mayfair and convenient both for West End theatre and perhaps some early Christmas shopping.   Your rooms will be ready from 3 pm.  There will then be a transfer by taxi to the Royal Albert Hall at 4 pm in order to enjoy a two course pre-tennis supper in the hall restaurant before taking your seats by 6 pm for the tennis, play finishes at 9 pm when there will be a transfer back to the hotel.

Sunday 3 December:   The London Charterhouse - A morning visit to the museum and a guided tour. Originally founded as a monastery in the 14th century, the Charterhouse has survived the centuries as a private home, a school and as alms-houses. The visit includes the Master’s Court, Great Hall and Chamber.  Lunch can be purchased in their small café.

In the afternoon a visit to The Postal Museum and Mail Rail – a brand new museum opening in mid-2017 bringing together five centuries of communications history. Interactive galleries and extraordinary collections reveal the fascinating story of Britain’s postal heritage plus a chance to ride on the subterranean Mail Rail.  On a specially made train you will journey back in time through the original tunnels and station platforms under Mount Pleasant, which have been hidden from view for more than 75 years and were a vital artery in Britain’s communication network.

Monday 4 December: Check out of the hotel, leaving your luggage with the concierge, taxi for optional morning visit with timed entry to Kensington Palace for the latest exhibitions Diana: Her Fashion Story and Victoria Revealed together with the State Apartments.  Make your own way back to the hotel for departure – luggage can be left at Kensington Palace during the visit.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • 2 nights’ Cavendish Hotel with full English breakfast, (superior rooms where there is double occupancy).
  • Early evening supper at The Royal Albert Hall.
  • Entries and tours as stated.
  • Taxi transfers and Heritage Touring representative.


Price per person: £460 or £475 (with KP)
Single supplement: £ 60 per night
(Double rooms for sole occupancy)
Non-refundable deposit: £150

Cavendish Hotel, St James’s

Each tour, unless stated otherwise in the tour details, includes welcome reception, hotel accommodation, dinner and breakfast, entry fees, guided tours and tickets where appropriate,  lunches and refreshments where stated, professional guide and executive coaching. 

You are asked to make your own travel arrangements to join each break at the hotel listed.  We are happy to give advice and where possible organise shared taxis from a rail station to the hotel and where appropriate the coach will finish a tour at the station. However we cannot take responsibility for individual travel bookings.

We strongly recommend that you take out holiday insurance for protection against any cancellation charges, loss of deposit and other eventualities even for holidays in the United Kingdom and for emergency medical expenses and injury, death, repatriation home if travelling abroad.   Heritage Touring does not offer or sell insurance but can give assistance in locating travel insurance companies. Travel insurance is mandatory for all passengers travelling abroad.