3 Perfect Days
Bright Lights, Big City
Breakfast at The Wolseley
Buzzing in atmosphere from the moment the doors open, the best place for an iconic British breakfast is The Wolseley, on one of London’s most famous streets, Piccadilly, very close to The Lanesborough. Their full English breakfast is a firm favourite with our concierge team, and all of their pastries are baked daily on the premises. Bookings in advance are advised, especially on weekends.
Relive the Swinging Sixties on Carnaby Street. It was a key place for Britain’s youth revolution and had a long-term influence on London's shops, fashions and tourist industry. Now it’s filled with an eclectic mix of fashion, beauty and food shops. For something fun, stop off at Cahoot’s for Blitz-inspired underground entertainment or head to Bob Bob Ricard and make good use of the “Press for Champagne” button at your table!
London’s diverse and exciting atmosphere culminates in Soho, home to some of the world’s best bars, cafes, restaurants and comedy. For a caffeine fix, visit Flat White. It’s a small hipster-meets-coffee-connoisseur den that has taken things back to basics. A sign as you enter sums it up: “No wi-fi – chat with a stranger” – it's all about making friends here. For drinks, we love The Blind Pig, above Jason Atherton's celebrated Social Eating House restaurant.
Ronnie Scott’s / Tramp
Ronnie Scott’s is one of the world’s most famous jazz clubs attracting full to bursting audiences practically every night. If disco is more your thing, go to Tramp, on Mayfair's Jermyn Street. It’s a legendary haunt of the glitterati of the 1960s and 70s.