Our room at LIBRARY London.

LIBRARY LONDON Smack dab in the middle of London’s West End, the swanky exclusive club is members only and the place to be. The Victorian townhouse has 6 bedrooms along with cozy meeting spaces and a gorgeous bar. Read more about our stay at Library where we threw a launch party for TGP. Click to view more from our launch party.

THE SOHO HOTEL In the center of London’s entertainment neighborhood, surrounded by vibrant cafes and theaters, Soho is a Firmdale Hotel and impeccably designed. The hotel has a private screening room and film cub for all of you movie lovers out there. Of course you can’t forget afternoon tea that can be taken in their elegant drawing room.

VIA LIMEHOUSE On a budget? Still want something modern and swanky? Check out VL Hostel located in the edgy and exciting East London. You can watch the boats on Limehouse Basin stop along the riverside pubs. If you’re looking for some good nightlife, Shortdich is where you will find it. Nearby is Old Spitalfields Market or you can grab some curry on Brick Lane after a day of shopping the trendy and cutting edge fashion scene of the East End.


The tea room at Sketch London.

SKETCH  Even beginning to describe Sketch is difficult and would not do this fascinating venue justice. The dining venue will suck you into its weird and ornate world, and you’ll never want to leave. Each room is a sensory overload, in a good way of course. Masterminded by Mourad Mazouz, a notable French figure known for his pop up restaurants and Pierre Gagnaire, recognized by his iconoclastic cooking. Getting afternoon tea in the all-pink gallery is a must, and don’t forget to check out the bathrooms, it is straight out of an Austin Powers movie.

DANS LE NOIR Ever wandered what it would be like to eat fully in the dark? Look no further. Eating in the pitch darkness enhances the experience of tasting the food. The buzzing atmosphere is exciting and a place you’ll want to keep coming back to. Especially fun to go to on occasions like halloween or birthday parties.

THE ROOTMASTER Right off of Brick Lane, the red bus can be found which is known as the first vegan ‘Bustaurant.” Parked outside of the Truman Brewery, you can always pop over from a cold one after your meal.


Rainy view from The London Eye.

ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL Ready for a work out? Kill two birds with one stone as you climb to the top of the cathedral for stunning views of the city. Price: £14.50

THE LONDON EYE  We’ve all seen photos of the iconic ferris wheel towering above the River Thames. Don’t miss your chance to go for a ride while visiting, the views are even better from the top! General tickets start from £19.35, but you can also arrange a champagne and chocolate tasting during your ride or an entirely private capsule!

PARLIAMENT HILL A steep hike up in a north London park promises you a gorgeous city skyline and a lovely place (weather permitting) for a nice picnic above the city. Free of charge.

THE SHARD Unbeatable views towering over the city. We recommend going up for sunset to snap photos of London. Worth the £25. Go up to the 68th floor to see eye popping views from Europe’s highest viewing platform.


Oxford is one of our favorite day trips from London; its just a short train ride away from one of England’s most enchanting quaint towns. Click to read more about our day trip!