The Ritz hotel is one of London’s most iconic places, not only for its luxurious interiors and elegant ambiance, or its perfect location in the heart of the UK capital. It has lots to offer starting with a renowned afternoon tea experience I’ll tell you about here…
Bisushima is a top-notch Japanese restaurant with a terrace offering refined Japanese cuisine and a great atmosphere (plus amazing cocktails!) near Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden. Isn’t it enough to get you tempted?
Another place not to be missed in London: The Garden at 120, a rooftop in the heart of London offering 360-degree spectacular views of the capital!
You’re looking for the perfect spot to eat, enjoy a coffee break, work (or even sleep!) in all seasons in the heart of London? I’ve got you covered with The Lime Tree Hotel hosting a cozy restaurant, a secret garden, and a private room if needed…Where? In the beautiful Belgravia neighborhood!
After presenting The Rolling Stones in 2016, The Saatchi Gallery now pays a tribute to Bob Marley’s songs and message to the world. With 6 rooms dedicated to the reggae icon’s passions and achievements, visitors fans or not) will be delighted to discover this multi-sensory exhibition!
Bluto is bringing delicious bread and pastries by Joel Robuchon to West London!!! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enjoy amazing treats on St Valentine’s Day … or all year round! Simply irresistible!
The Wallace Collection is the perfect place to spend the long winter days cleverly and pleasantly. An extensive collection of 15th-18th century major works of art, great architecture, a stunning restaurant in a glass rood courtyard, an ideal location…A must-see in London!
Another exceptional venue to organise an afternoon tea? Yes, please! Corinthia Hotel is the perfect venue to enjoy the most exquisite of British traditions. Read on, you won’t resist!
If you are looking for one of the most iconic places in London to have an Afternoon Tea, Fortnum & Mason is a go-to. With five afternoon tea menus to choose from and a beautiful setting, you’ll enjoy traditional sandwiches, scones and pastries, and get addict to this lovely custom: So-British!
Hokusai is certainly the most famous and admired artist in Japan with an international recognition. The British Museum is currently showcasing some of his rare drawings, don’t miss out!