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Widely regarded as one of the most glamorous cities in the world, London is due to play host to a glittering display of opulent jewellery in just a few short weeks.

The English capital is set to provide a stunning backdrop to the award-winning Coutts London Jewellery Week between June 8th and 14th.

A wide array of big-name designers, such as Shaun Leane and Stephen Webster - who have has their work worn by celebrities including David Bowie, Liv Tyler and Christina Aguilera - will showcase pieces at the celebration.

They will be joined by a variety of up-and-coming jewellers, like Assya and Amanda Brighton.

"Find out more about London's unique connection with the jewellery trade which dates back over a thousand years. Join the world's foremost jewellery institution, the Goldsmiths' Company, for their Day of Knowledge, or visit a jewellery-making class to create your own piece," the organisers state.

A wide range of events, workshops and exhibitions will take place to mark the occasion, meaning that those staying in London hotels over the course of the symposium should have no trouble getting involved in the action.

These include a showcase by Ivan Dvorak outside his shop in Hatton, as well as the launch of Leblas' first store on Sloane Street. has outlined some hotels that it recommends to visit - the City Inn Contemporary Hotel Westminster and the Quintessential Bloomsbury Hotel. Each of the hotels' is centrally located in London which makes them a perfect choice for attending the exhibition.

The City Inn Contemporary Hotel Westminster is an award-winning hotel rated 4 stars, and is offering LateRooms visitors a superior double room from £114 a night. While the Quintessential, 4 star rated, has superior doubles from £120.

Alternatively you can visit our cheap hotels in London pages where you can find hotels priced under £50.

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