Calling all art lovers. The Royal Academy of Arts is staging a major exhibition of the work of Vincent van Gogh and The Langham, London
will hook you up with tickets. A contemporary of the artist, The Langham opened in 1865 at the top of Regent Street as Europe's first Grand Hotel. After a recent renovation, The Langham continues to dazzle its guests. Running until April 10, 2010, "The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and his Letters" is the first major van Gogh exhibition in London in over 40 years, offering a unique glimpse of the artist through both his letters and the paintings and drawings described within the correspondence. So tickets are going like hot cakes. Book the "Art Aficionado Package" at The Langham
-- just a short walk away from The Royal Academy of Arts on Piccadilly-- and you're guaranteed exhibition tickets (and you can cut the line
). Priced from £249, the package includes overnight accommodation in a Grand Room, breakfast for two the following morning in Palm Court
and two tickets to "The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and his Letters Exhibition." It's possible to upgrade the package to enjoy Grand Junior Suite accommodations and a dinner for two in The Landau
restaurant from just £449.