The festive cheer of Christmas in London has accentuated as Santas Grotto at Harrods returned for 2013 and got the season off to a magical start.
At the London’s most famous Knightsbridge department store, Harrods, the Santas Grotto is back. For Christmas 2013 excited children are coming face to face with the revered jolly man in red attire.
It is a tradition that kids and parents meet Father Christmas at the grotto and share their wish lists with him.
All children visiting the Santas Grotto at Harrods will get a reward in the form of a book, badge and Christmas chocolate. It symbolises a special memento of the time they spent with Father Christmas. This year Father Christmas experience will grace the under fours kids also as a wonderful festive experience.
This year the opening hours for the Harrods Christmas Grotto will be
02nd November – 5th December
10am – 7.30pm (Monday – Saturday)
12pm – 5.30pm on Sunday
06th December – 23rd December
10am – 8.30pm Monday – Saturday
12pm – 5.30pm Sunday
10am – 3.30pm
For children the Santa’s Grotto at Harrods is a magical experience. Here the little ones meet Father Christmas and share the wish lists with him. The parents can buy a photograph of their kids enjoying in the grotto.
This year the pre-school children will have rewards in the form of Harrods book and Christmas chocolate. Only the Harrods Rewards cardholders can book tickets online at the website of Harrods.
Harrods as the most famous store in Britain is a ‘must-see’ for tourists. With a legacy of more than 150 years bearing the philosophy of its founder–Henry Charles Harrod, the store opened as a small grocery shop to focus on impeccable service over value.
Closer to the Harrod’s area is Knightsbridge where elegant flats are on rent. This will be useful for those visiting London for a Christmas-New Year vacation trip. If you are searching a rental flat in Knightsbridge to stay, there are many letting agencies in London who can get a good rental deal and can they can be contacted online or phone.