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The Savoy is one of the most famous and historic hotels in all of London. Since its opening in 1889, it has been a temporary home to all kinds of stars from Laurence Olivier to The Beatles. Winston Churchill and his cabinet were frequently spotted in the dining room as well. The luxurious rooms combine the most modern amenities with classic, beautiful touches like murano glass chandeliers and marble floors. Every room has its own special, personalized touch, so no two are the same. For the finest hotel with the finest history, The Savoy will not disappoint.
Le Ivy est certainement un candidat pour le titre de meilleur restaurant de Londres. La salle en V, couverte de chênes, possède des vitraux splendides et une atmosphère superbe. Les invités incluent les vedettes les plus photographiées du cinéma, du théâtre et de la haute société, mais tout le monde reçoit le même traitement. Du hachis Parmentier au caviar, tous les mets sont préparés et présentés en beauté. Étonnamment, les prix ne sont pas si élevés : des déjeuners d'excellents rapport qualité-prix sont disponibles les week-ends. À cause de sa popularité, vous devez réserver au moins un mois à l'avance; par contre, si vous évitez les moments les plus achalandés, vous pourrez peut-être obtenir une table à brève échéance.
Hazlitt's Hotel is an old-fashioned, friendly and cozy hotel set in the center of London. It is named after the 18th-Century essayist William Hazlitt, who used to live here. It is situated in three of a row of Georgian houses on a quiet road not far from Oxford Street. The 30 elegant rooms have paneled walls and old-style furnishings. They pride themselves on the quality of the care they provide and have 24-hour room service. Due to its popularity, its business comes from word-of-mouth recommendations, so you are unlikely to see an advert for it.
Say aloha to a fun night at Mahiki, an upscale Hawaiian-themed bar. Located on Dover street, Mahiki has amazing cocktails, friendly service, wonderful dishes and is a place to see and be seen. Set on two floors, Mahiki has a rustic Hawaiian decor complete with bamboo furniture and tropical plants. The bar serves Polynesian and Hawaiian cuisine, including organic dishes. Although the food is delicious, most people come here for the impressive drink menu. It is one of the favorite night spots of Princes William and Harry!
This members' only club, as the name suggests, is a circus themed club that hosts circus shows on a weekly basis. The decor compliments the theme and so do the staff, who are friendly and totally in character. The bar has an impressive cocktail list that has well mixed drinks prepared by the bar girls dressed in the burlesque attire. Well known celebrities that are frequent visitors at Cirque Club include Lady Gaga, Usher, David Guetta, Black Eyed Peas and many more. Call ahead to reserve a table for your group.
Top-notch Japanese cuisine and swanky environs inspires diners who frequent Nobu, who don't mind shelling out the dough. Miso soup, sushi bar, sashimi, lobster wasabi, Wagyu beef, and other gastronomical creations please the palate. It all comes at a price, but if you're a food critic or want to rub shoulders with the who's-who of filmdom, Nobu is an experience you won't want to miss.
Not even a year after opening designer hotel St Martin's Lane, Ian Schrager opened this even more exclusive West End oasis that features whites, silvers, and curtains or glass instead of doors. The lobby is more dramatic again, with video installations, opera curtains, funky furniture and then there is the burst of color on the beautiful flower-filled terrace. Featuring a health spa, gourmet restaurant and a range of creatively decorated rooms, The Sanderson is yet another hot spot courtesy of one of the world's most successful hoteliers.
At C London, expect nothing but the best in food, wine and service. The cuisine served here is Italian, so explore the taste of good food and fine wine. C London is sister to Harry's Bar in Venice and like-wise visited by a host of famous stars. Try any dish, you are guaranteed a happy tummy. It's a perfect setting for a romantic dinner with your special someone or a fun evening with a bunch of friends.
Trendy dance club Drama Park Lane is as glamorous as its clientele, which has included numerous celebrities since its grand opening. The glitzy decor and festive ambiance at this London hotspot encourage patrons to let loose and dance the night away, making it a premier nightlife venue in the sophisticated Mayfair neighborhood. With vibrant modern art splashed across the walls and ever-changing entertainment, no two nights at Drama Park Lane are the same. Get your name on the guest list and head to this exclusive club for a night you'll never forget.
The Langham, London, has been delighting guests with enchanting hospitality since it opened as Europe’s first grand hotel in 1865. Now the hotel has relaunched after an extensive restoration, exuding a graceful and timeless elegance, blending a sense of the past with the style of today. You will surely be captivated by the exciting new look. The hotel will charm and bewitch you from the moment you step inside its dazzling new lobby.
Situé à l'intérieur de l'hôtel The Dorchester, ce spa accueille aussi bien les femmes que les hommes pour découvrir son traitement thérapeutique. Il est conseillé d'arriver 15 minutes avant l'heure de votre rendez-vous, afin d'avoir suffisamment de temps pour vous changer et vous détendre avant le début de votre traitement. The Dorchester Spa invite également les clients non résidents à profiter de ses services. Pour un traitement facial, laissez-vous tenter par l'une des options suivantes : Eve Lom Facial, Thalgo Facial ou Hydra-moisture Source Facial. Détendez-vous et profitez d'un massage corporel, avec les options The Real Aromatherapy Experience ou Stone Body Therapy. The Dorchester Spa propose également des traitements spéciaux pour les femmes enceintes.
The brainchild of David Tang, China Tang provides a taste of China in London's Dorchester. The interiors are tastefully done up and are reminiscent of art deco of the 30s. Several traditional and modern art pieces from China line up the huge dining hall. Serving authentic Cantonese food, guests will savor the original, classic flavors which are retained without any compromise. The Peking Duck, braised abalone and stir-fried lobster are fabulously avante-garde. The dimsum, dessert menu are extensive and guests are spoilt for choice. An excellent bar toils ceaselessly to put you in relax mode!. To let your hair down, privately, opt from one of the dining rooms Ping, Pang, Pong!