London -the 21st-century city with history stretching back to Roman times is yet another place that is worth visiting. The city offers tradition and landmarks that marked the history and the present. Situated on the Thames River, the Capital of the United Kingdom offers a different experience from most of the European cities.
What to Do in London?
London attracts tourists from all over the world and everyone can experience the city according to their preference. There are some main attractions that you should not miss:
- Tower of London
- Sealife London Aquarium
Where to Dine in London?
If you are up for a nice dinner, we suggest you try some of Michelin star restaurants in London:
- Core by Clare Smyth – Notting Hill restaurant has three stars
- La Dame de Pic London– a Parisian import has three stars
- Sketch Lecture Room & Library – famous for its interiors have three stars.
Where to Stay in London?
Luxury Hotel Café Royal is a famous luxury 5-star hotel in the heart of main London. With the resort situated to the South-West of Mayfair and also Soho to the South, the building is positioned on a regent road, within 1.6 km from Theatreland, Buckingham Palace, Westminster and also the British Museum. After an active day, guests can relax in the Akasha Holistic Wellbeing Facility, which features a state-of-the-art gym, a big swimming pool, a sauna, a Hammam/steam room and a vast array of day spa therapies. Hotel Coffee Shop Royal additionally offers a selection of restaurants and bars for visitors to take pleasure in. At the heart of the hotel, is the Grill & Sushi Bar, Laurent at Coffee Shop Royal by worldwide prominent chef Laurent Tourondel, while the Eco-friendly Bar serves an option of alcoholic drinks. Restored to restore the ornate Louis XVI style as well as outlining, the Oscar Wilde Lounge provides afternoon tea. Ziggy’s cocktail bar, which adjoins Laurent at Coffee Shop Royal which offers a diverse mixed drink listing influenced by David Bowie that famously retired his alter ego Ziggy Stardust with a star-studded bash at Coffee Shop Royal in 1973. A London site, the hotel includes 160 modern guestrooms, including 54 suites as well as 7 signature suites and the main Celestine suite is named after the wife of Coffee Shop founder.
Overlooking Hyde Park, this 1930s luxury landmark Luxury Hotel The Dorchester Mayfair is less than a mile from New Bond Street’s designer shops and tube station. With a spa, Michelin-Starred restaurant and boutique bedrooms, The Dorchester features a landscaped terrace and famous tearooms. Dining options include an acclaimed restaurant run by chef Alain Ducasse, a British grill, and a Cantonese restaurant with a dim sum menu. There’s also an opulent lounge offering afternoon tea and nightly jazz, plus an art-deco style spa. Elegant, individually designed rooms feature marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, and antique furniture and The Harlequin Penthouse offers extra living space; butler and/or limousine services, 4-poster beds, and city or park views.
Situated in the heart of Knightsbridge, Luxury Bulgari Hotel, London features 85 beautifully appointed spacious rooms and suites, an elegant bar and restaurant, a 25 m swimming pool, private cinema, and a stunning ballroom. An award-winning on-site spa and fitness centre are also provided. Rooms and suites combine English style with Italian heritage and feature a luxurious variety of marbles, fine woods and unique detailing with many furnishings made exclusively for Bulgari and the Studio Suite is larger than the others and provide ultimate comfort and luxury.