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Our guide to London

London is part of the cities we frequently get to decorate events.

Let's recommend the places we believe to be unique, interesting and enjoyable.

With this article, you'll find our selection on where to stay, where to eat, where to shop.

The Beaumont, Hotel

Opened in 2014, The Beaumont is a five-star luxury London hotel with an old-world aesthetic and values, firmly underpinned by 21st century advances in technology and ease. It is privately-owned and independently-run, with 50 rooms and 22 suites and studios.

Chiltern Firehouse, Hotel

Chiltern Firehouse is Marylebone's most luxurious boutique hotel and hangout. Down a surprisingly quiet thoroughfare beyond Baker Street but surrounded by the area's best boutiques, bistros and design showrooms, it's a hard-to-beat central London location

Jolène, Bakery

Restaurant & Bakery. Working with regenerative food growers and small producers who prioritise landcare and animal welfare.

Be-oom, tea bar & garden

Be-oom is a tea brand that offers naturally sourced tea from small farms in Korea. Be-oom /bi:-u:m/ means ‘to empty’ in Korean – their objective is to help find a place within the mind to empty and fill, all while emptying a cup of tea.

Primeur, Restaurant

Simple cooking, provenance, sustainability & natural wines since 2014.

Luca, Restaurant

A modern Italian in the heart of Clerkenwell. Head chef @chefrobchambers

Thomas's café

There’s something wonderfully holistic about having a bite to eat after a session of energetic shopping. More so when the menu is a brand continuation of the said retail therapy. Exhibit A is Burberry’s cozy all-day café. Located in the corner of the extended Regent Street store, the light-washed Thomas’s – named after Burberry’s founder – was conceived by the label’s CEO and creative director Christopher Bailey.

Clove Club

The Clove Club is a relaxed fine dining restaurant set in the historic rooms of the Grade II - listed Shoreditch town hall, London

Monocle, shop

A little shop in Marylebone stocking their Porter bags, back issues and a selection of products, from stationery and cosy knitwear to CDs. Just 9 sq m, it's the ideal place for gift shopping or a bit of personal indulgence.

Another country, shop

Designers and makers of furniture & accessories for the Natural Home. Made in UK & Europe. Carbon Neutral.

Mag culture, magazine shop

They stock an ever-changing selection of 600 magazines, and deliver internationally from their London shop

Serpentine, gallery

Free contemporary art gallery in London's Kensington gardens with a year-round programme taking place across two galleries, in the park and online.

Victoria Miro, gallery

Victoria Miro shows the work of established and emerging artists from the USA, Europe and Asia in an exhibition space close to the financial heart of London

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