Enjoy a visit to one of the most prestigious postcodes in the West End. InterContinental London Park Lane’s, stylish panoramic al fresco dining terrace,
Number One Park Lane offers exquisite all-day dining options, with light summer dishes, an exquisite range of seafood, and indulgent desserts. There’s a wide variety of gastronomic delights, but especially at the moment with Alex Webb, winner of 2020 Master Chef: The Professionals doing a three-month takeover until 28th July, serving a selection of British-inspired sharing plates, paired with Hattingley Valley wines, English cider from Sandford Orchards, and three signature cocktails inspired by the menu. Available to book here.
Crowne Plaza on Albert Embankment is a luxury business hotel with a rooftop bar offering spectacular views across London! Mezemiso is a stunning dining room and bar with a menu that combines both Lebanese and Japanese cultures.
Enjoy incredible vistas of the London skyline from the rooftop bar, terrace, and restaurant at Hotel Indigo at Leicester Square. The LSQ Rooftop Bar boasts unrivalled panoramic views of the city, where guests can sip and savour a delicious cocktail from the curated menu.
DIVE IN AND COOL OFF
The InterContinental London – The O2 is perfectly positioned on the Greenwich Peninsula with the River Thames and Canary Wharf as its prime view. The hotel provides luxury and convenience that is truly unique to a central London location. Escape to a sense of bliss with a Chill Spa Day, with state-of-the-art facilities including an indoor pool, relaxation pool, sauna, steam room, fitness centre, and acclaimed treatments – the perfect place to cool down and take a breather from the heat outside.
Alternatively, if wanting to escape the city, head to one of the UK’s most popular beach destinations and enjoy a stay in Brighton. Relax with some al-fresco dining on the seafront or cool off with an icy dip in the sea. Perfect for families who want to beat the coming heatwave, Holiday Inn Brighton promises a fun stay for those looking to get away this weekend and chill out.
In the heart of Camden, close to its buzzing bars, restaurants, and markets, lies this modern London hotel. One can hop onto the roof of a barge, explore the London Zoo, or seek shelter at leafy Regent’s Park, which is all just a short stroll from the hotel. Whilst Hampstead Heath is a 20-minute bus journey away, here you’ll find an expanse of park and woodland, offering breezy panoramic city skyline views, and an inviting pond to take a dip and cool off.