London, UK

After a proper high tea at The Ritz, and a review of the land from the London
Eye, a string of stolling, shopping, and sightseeing options await. Famous landmarks are everywhere, from Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London, to Picadilly Circus, Buckingham Square, and Saville Row. Breakfast at the Wolseley, lunch at Claridge's, dinner at Rawduck, and dancing all evening at Wyld fill a lovely day's agenda. Explore Mayfair, Notting Hill, and a Frith St. Jazz Club, or just snug into a charming pub with a tasty pint, next to the fire, London welcomes all your moods.

Recommended Hotels

The Connaught
Opened in 1897, this luxury Mayfair hotel is an 8-minute walk from Bond Street with designer shops. The modern, Edwardian-inspired rooms and suites all offer 24-hour personal butler services. All feature flat-screen TVs, music docking stations, CD/DVD players, and free WiFi; many have city views. Suites also include separate living areas. Upscale dining and drinking include Hélène Darroze's French restaurant, a brasserie, a chic cocktail bar and an intimate champagne room. There's also an Asian-inspired spa offering treatments with a steam room as well as an indoor pool and a fitness studio. Families benefit from a kids' concierge.

Corinthia Hotel London
A 2-minute walk from Embankment tube station and 6 minutes from Trafalgar Square, this luxury spa hotel occupies an ornate Victorian building with a glass-domed lobby. Upscale, modern rooms, and suites come with free WiFi, flat-screen HDTVs, and Nespresso machines. Luxe en suite bathrooms have marble fixtures and rainfall showerheads. Penthouses add 24-hour butler service and private furnished terraces. There are 3 restaurants, 2 bars and a chandeliered lounge for afternoon tea (fee). Other amenities include a 24-hour fitness centre, an indoor pool and a 17-room spa with beauty and wellness treatments.

The Lanesborough
A 2-minute stroll from Hyde Park Corner tube station, this luxury hotel in a Regency-style grand residence is a 12-minute walk from Buckingham Palace. Refined rooms with high-tech elements feature marble bathrooms, entrance halls, and 24/7 butler service. Suites offer living rooms, dressing areas, and whirlpool tubs. Chauffeur-driven car service is provided free to guests booking the 4-bedroom suite. Amenities include a conservative European restaurant, a genteel cocktail bar, a premium cigar lounge, and an elegant space for meals, tea, and coffee. Other amenities consist of a 24-hour gym, a spa, and welcome treats for kids.

45 Park Lane
With its landmark architecture, dynamic interiors and contemporary art collection, 45 Park Lane offers guests a relaxed and luxurious stay. The state-of-the-art hotel is just steps away from sister hotel The Dorchester. Popular with locals and seasoned jet-setters, this smart choice also provides an excellent basis for those looking to explore London. With contemporary boutique hotel interiors designed by New York-based designer Thierry Despont, each of the spacious guest rooms and suites enjoys captivating views of leafy Hyde Park. The Penthouse Suite is the ultimate experience with its Art Deco design and wrap-around balcony featuring panoramic London cityscape views.