How many times have you imagined discovering hidden galleries of London, having a lunch at a secret restaurant in Soho, taking a break from the crowd in a park, or cycle along the Thames while The Beatles were being played on the radio?
In the last couple of years London became a world in one city. Rich with different cultures and communities, it is filled with both historical and contemporary attractions that merge in a unique way. Whether you are interested in restaurants, pubs, theatres, cinema, sports, concerts, art, nightlife or business, London has it all and is fit for everyone.
Shorter days, colder evenings and rain showers are a perfect combination to cover yourself with a blanket until spring comes along. But we assure you an autumn-break in London with plenty of pop-ups and excellent selection of boutique hotels will warm you up.
After praising the White Cube gallery, lovers of art and design: Boundary Hotel welcomes you. Each of 17 contemporary guestrooms is inspired by a legendary designer or design movement, from Eileen Gray to Le Corbuiser, Young British to Bauhaus.
Hidden from the noise and with unique design, Boundary offers a well-deserved rest and its rooftop restaurant will provide an impressive urban view.
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Set in a five-story Georgian building, Leicester House offers a restaurant, cocktail bar and terrace, as well as 15 elegant rooms with fresh decor and 2 additional suites.
Ideally located in the heart of London’s West End, the hotel is a short walk away from Piccadilly Circus and Soho, where you may find Electric House – a place where even some of the biggest celebrities come to eat and enjoy their privacy.
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Offering a sun terrace, garden views, and views of the city, Library Hotel is located just 300 metres from Trafalgar Square. The hotel is part of a private members club, offering its guests a VIP treatment.
To enjoy a real English atmosphere, a continental buffet breakfast is offered and once you are ready to go, the Phoenix Garden is a short walk away offering a retreat from the concrete and the crowd.
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The Zetter Townhouse is a quirky Georgian townhouse hotel with 13 uniquely styled bedrooms.
With an award-winning cocktail lounge and free Wi-Fi access for all guests, the property also offers complimentary bike hire. The Thames Path’s route through the heart of London can be cycled and offers many spots to be discovered, such as Charles Dickens’ favorite pubs.
To know more: The Zetter Townhouse