London, Uk, is a vibrant city with lots of things to see and do. It is also the perfect place to enjoy the finer things in life and treat yourself to a bit of luxury. Read on for some high-end suggestions on how you can spend your time and money in England’s Capital.
While there are effective travel links into and around London, not all of them have the most luxurious feel. So if you want your luxury to start before you even get to the big smoke, why not book a first class train ticket? You will get more space and legroom, and also be able to access refreshments, and on some journeys even a meal. You also have an option to have a cozy private flight to London if you want to have that luxurious feel. Not only you’ll have privacy but you will also enjoy the amazing view from above!
Once you are in the hustle and bustle of the city, the tube can take away from that feeling of class, so why not hire a car and chauffeur for the day? They can take you from place to place in the luxury of an air-conditioned vehicle. It will also save you feet too, as you can end up walking and an incredibly long way when sightseeing.
Of course for a luxury tour of London, you’ll want to make sure that your accommodations up to scratch. Luckily there are some stunning high-end hotels in which to rest your weary head after a day full of shopping and sightseeing.
Firstly there is The Mondrian. It’s a modern new hotel, located on the waterfront, which it combines luxury with style. Or how about the Shangri-La Hotel, At The Shard? With a stunning view out over the city, why not spend a night in London’s most iconic architectural building? Or you could choose one of the two Amba Hotels. Located in Marble Arch and Charing Cross, they are stylish and understated. They offer the perfect central local to make the most of your trip to the city. You can even get an Amba Hotel discount, so you have more for your shopping trip.
London has some of the best restaurants in the world. Its is graced by 11 Michelin starred establishments. Feast your eyes and your body at Michel Roux Jr’s Le Gavroche, Mayfair. Or try some “molecular gastronomy” at Mandarin Oriental, at Dinner by Heston Blumenthal.
There are plenty of high-end things to see and do in London. Make sure you visit the famous stores Harrods and Selfridges and give you credit card a bashing as you do some designer shopping. Then once you get tired why not pop to the Ritz for afternoon tea and a glass of champagne. Be warned, though, this place gets books up months in advance!
If all that shopping and champagne has tired you out, there are plenty of spas in which to unwind and relax afterward. Or, if you are a more of an adventurous type, you can even hire a helicopter to take a flight over the city to see all of the popular landmarks in comfort.