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London

London is a city of constant discovery. Its ever-changing skyline, vibrant restaurant scene and world-class shopping means that no two visits to the capital are ever the same. From the pop-up food outlets of Borough Market to the captivating night scene of Mayfair, the city is jam-packed with unique experiences… and we’ve got the inside scoop on where to find them.
 
Seamlessly blending the old with the new, London’s eclectic mix of cathedrals, galleries, monuments and skyscrapers is what makes this city unique. Take afternoon tea at the top of London’s latest architectural masterpiece The Shard for example. We mean, where else could you fuse a quintessentially British tradition with the height of modernism other than in London?
 
Talking of fusion, its culinary scene is another amalgamation. From eastern delights, such as the offerings at Nobu, Hakkasan or Zuma, to typically African flavours at Shaka Zulu and Brazillian fare at Gauchos, no meal in London will disappoint. Pre-and post-dinner drinks are also an event in themselves. For cocktails with a view try Madison at St Paul’s or Radio Rooftop Bar, and for an evening you won’t forget head to W Hotel in Leicester Square.
 
Electric restaurants and lively bars aside, London also has a softer side. Check in to any one of its five-star hotels to discover the true meaning of luxury. Sumptuous spas, generously-sized suites and unparalleled service makes any stay in the capital one to remember.
 
And don’t even get us started on its shopping culture. From the oversized department stores of Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and Harrods to the cobbled streets of Covent Garden which host a range of designer boutiques, fashionistas are well and truly spoilt for choice. For all your shopping needs, whether that be high street or high end, visit Regent or Oxford Street and for all you vintage vixens, Brick Lane is your number one stop.
 
Catering to couples, families and those visiting on business, London lends itself as a luxury holiday destination for all.
 
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Are you visiting London with little ones in tow? From the London Aquarium on Southbank to Ripleys Believe It Or Not! Museum, young minds will be totally blown away with the city’s exciting attractions. Of course, no child-friendly London stay would be complete without dinner at The Rainforest Café on Shaftesbury Avenue.


 
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Good to know

  • Must See: Buckingham Palace
  • Best Foodie Hangout: Sexy Fish
  • Instagram Opportunity: The London Eye
  • After Dark Destination: Sketch

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 5°c   Feb: 7°c   Mar: 9°c  
Apr: 11°c   May: 14°c   Jun: 16°c  
Jul: 19°c   Aug: 19°c   Sep: 17°c  
Oct: 13°c   Nov: 10°c   Dec: 7°c  

Location

London In A Nutshell

Tastes To Try 
 
  • For award-winning Japanese fare, head to Roka. Offering contemporary cuisine in a seductive setting, choose from three chains across the capital at Mayfair, Aldwych and Fitzrovia.
     
  • Positioned on Berkely Square in the heart of Mayfair, Sexy Fish is a celeb hotspot and promises a dining experience you’ll never forget. Enjoy classic and innovative cocktails at the bar which holds one of the world’s biggest whiskey collections. The restaurant also boasts private dining space. The Coral Reef Room houses two of the largest coral reef tanks in the world and makes for the ideal spot for any celebratory occasion.   
     
  • For a good ol’ fashion steak, head to STK. A lively atmosphere, tantalising cocktail list and delicious cuts of premier beef makes for a great evening time and time again. 
     
  • If you fancy a quick drink or a bite to eat, there's no better place to head than Temple and Sons, located just a short walk from Liverpool Street. offering a dazzling variety of cocktails and boasting a separate gin and tonic menu, this is certainly a must for anyone looking to live the high life in London's bustling financial district.

     
After Dark Destination 
 
  • Located in the prestigious Mayfair, Sketch is the top London destination for food, drink, art and music. Unique and fabulous, expect food that is imaginative, bold and delicious. Boasting four creative eateries and a stylish bar, you’re sure to find something to satisfy even the most selective palate. Oh, and be sure to check out the quirky egg-pod toilets. 
     
  • SUSHISAMBA’s impressive rooftop bar is open all year around and is the place to be and be seen. The views are just as delicious as the drinks so be sure to dress to impress… you want to get those Instagram likes rolling in, right?
     
  • Located a few floors up from SUSHISAMBA, Duck and Waffle is London’s 24-hour restaurant that offers unusual late night bites from barbecue-spiced pig ears to its namesake signature. It gets busy quick so be sure to make a reservation beforehand. 

     
Soak Up The Culture
 
  • For unparalleled vistas, ride the iconic London Eye. The wheel gracefully rotates over the River Thames, opposite Big Ben, boasting panoramic 360˚ views of the city’s most famed landmarks. Make the most of this experience with a glass of champagne and chocolate tasting, or for a private affair, why not hire out a capsule? 
     
  • What better way to see London’s landmarks than with a City Cruise? The sightseeing boats glide up and down the River Thames enabling you an exciting blend of old and new. For a slightly faster pace, opt for a Speedboat Tour and get your adrenaline pumping. 
     
  • The buzzing South Bank is London’s cultural district, home to national centres for arts, film and performance. With an array of quirky art, distinctive designs, cocktail bars, outdoor and indoor dining and pop up restaurants, the vivacious Southbank presents colour and vibrancy to London.  
     
  • For a fab day out explore charming Convent Garden and wander the traffic-free cobblestone square. Enjoy fantastic entertainment from street performers before stepping inside the Market Building to browse food and craft stalls, boutiques, quirky gift shops and retailers. The Royal Opera House makes up one corner of Covent Garden’s Piazza, so don’t forget to book your tickets for world-class opera and ballet performances. Feeling peckish? Dine at Jamie’s Italian or go celeb spotting with a meal at The Ivy.  



     
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