Visitors to this summer’s Olympic games who are looking for that exclusive experience to remember the games by might have been tempted by the opportunity to take a canal cruise into the Olympic venue itself.
At a mere £95 for a 30 minute trip with a solitary glass of champagne this exclusive opportunity was warmly reviewed by London’s leading social butterfly, Diamond Geezer recently.
However, those seeking a more exclusive opportunity to enjoy the London Olympics without the hassles of actually travelling to the venue would be well advised to seek out this exciting new “exclusive pop-up experience” (dead link) that will be sited amongst the industrial warehouses and gravel stores of the Lea Peninsula.
Excitingly set next to the river Thames, this river-front venue gives you views of the outside of the Dome’s Olympic Arena across the river, and via your luxury binoculars, you can admire the outside of the Olympic Stadium in Stratford.
As the company behind this exciting venture says, their luxury venue is set to become the “playground of London’s international clientele” and will be offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and entertainment come rain or shine.
Easily accessible from East India DLR station, guests can walk around the housing estate, up the flyover road and down the side streets to pass London’s last lingering remnants of industrial warehouses before arriving at Trinity Buoy for lunches that start at a mere £225 per person.
For that extra special treat, VIPs can arrive by speed boat to the exclusive pier and then separate themselves from the rest of the fabulous guests by booking the VIP suite, which is a bargain at just £950 per person.
So for that exclusive Olympic experience without going to the actual Olympics, why not spend time surrounded by the best of East London’s industrial warehouses.
It’s the real London experience.