The Cavendish London has launched its new Eco-Visionaries Experience package in partnership with the Royal Academy of Arts.
Located a short walk away from the hotel, the Royal Academy of Arts, based within Burlington House in Piccadilly, is hosting the eye-opening Eco-Visionaries exhibition until 23rd February 2020.
The exhibition explores several key topics at the forefront of national and international media headlines, including climate change, species extinction and resource depletion through thought-provoking films, installations, architectural models and photography.
A striking display at the exhibition is Alexandra Daisy Ginsburg’s piece ‘The Substitute’, which features a life-size animation of the northern white rhino roaming around in a white box before disappearing and reappearing as a pixelated version, representing the animal’s near-extinct status.
The exhibition also features works by international practitioners including Olafur Eliasson Hon RA, Andrés Jaque, Unknown Fields and more.
About the Cavendish Hotel
The four-star Cavendish London hotel is managed by The Ascott Limited, member of CapitaLand. It is located in the heart of Mayfair, on Jermyn Street, which is known worldwide for high-quality British artistry and craftsmanship and home to London’s finest men’s tailors, food and wine merchants, restaurants, hotels and art galleries.
The Cavendish is ideal for business and leisure travellers and is close to a number of famous hotspots, including Piccadilly Circus, Buckingham Palace, Regent Street, Oxford Street and The West End theatres.
Prices start from £230 per room per night. The experience package includes an overnight stay, two tickets to the Eco-Visionaries exhibition, full English breakfast in Petrichor restaurant and complimentary WiFi.
The package is available until 23rd February 2020 and can be booked via The Cavendish Hotel website here.
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