Recently voted by Conde Nast as one of the top 50 hotels in the world to stay in, this luxurious award winning boutique hotel in the city is a deal not to be missed. Set within a gorgeous 19th century historic building and decorated with an award winning contemporary interior, guest rooms are sumptuously furnished to the highest standard with connecting rooms, cable television and private bathrooms with bathtub. The renowned onsite restaurant serves up delicious modern French cuisine in relaxed and elegant surroundings, perfect for romantic dinners. Staff here are attentive and conscientious so be sure to ask them should you require anything additional during your stay.
Tower Bridge, dating back to 1886, is an iconic landmark of the capital, leading to the equally famous Tower of London. This historic castle makes a fabulous cultural day out for adults and children alike, where you can learn about the people on the coins that were minted here for over 500 years, discover what medieval life was like and explore the lives of the prisoners that were once kept here. The Crown Jewels are also displayed here including the worlds largest colourless cut diamond.
Leadenhall Market is one of London’s oldest markets, dating back to the 14th century. This glorious covered food market is set within an ornate building, and sells fresh produce such as cheeses, flowers and meats including game. This traditional market is a great place to pick up some souvenirs to take home, or simply soak up the atmosphere and take some photos of London life.
For romantic getaways, a cruise along the Thames is an unforgettable evening where you can enjoy spectacular views of the London skyline, dance to the live band and eat delicious food served to you by attentive staff in elegant surroundings. Alternatively there are plenty of great restaurants to try on dry land, including Beagle below the railway arches of Hoxton overground station. In this chic part of London, the food here certainly does match up to the impressive decor, serving delights such as wood pigeon terrine and grilled cuttlefish. For evening drinks, the cocktails here are expertly made and all ales have been specially selected. Afterwards, you can continue the evening at one of Shoreditch’s many nightclubs such as the Hoxton Pony. For a hangover breakfast the next day, the Breakfast Club is a must. Colonise one of their comfy sofas and enjoy everything from American style pancakes to a full English.