A Luxury Collection Destination, England
Built on the banks of the Thames nearly two millennia ago, the British capital’s vibrancy sweeps through historic streets, museums, and monuments. Once the seat of a powerful empire, London is effortlessly stylish, with superb shopping, outstanding cuisine, and an endless range of adventures.
Immerse yourself in the best of the UK’s contemporary art scene at this five-day fair that brings together more than 125 of the capital’s top galleries.
Every March since 1926, rowing teams have raced this course along the Thames. Bundle up and stake out a spot along the river early to join the festivities.
Admire rare plants, innovative garden designs, vibrant flowers, and more from the world’s top gardeners and horticulturalists at the plant world’s equivalent of fashion week.
Don’t forget your designer duds when you head out of the city to Britain’s most iconic horse race, which is as much a fashion show and society to-do as a sporting event.
The world’s top tennis players and most ardent fans descend upon London and its environs for this legendary two-week tournament.
London’s most famous street festival fills the neighborhood of Notting Hill with the sights, sounds, and flavors of Caribbean culture for a two-day celebration.
Catch classic and contemporary films – as well as a few premieres – at London’s top outdoor movie series, located along the river at the historic Somerset House.
Twice a year, museums across London (and around the UK) stay open late for special events and exhibitions just for this art festival.
Also known as Guy Fawkes Day, this annual festival in honor of the foiling of a 17th-century plot to blow up Parliament is celebrated with fireworks displays and night fairs around the city.
Get in the festive holiday spirit with a range of classical and contemporary Christmas musical performances in one of London’s most iconic venues.
Indulge in an elegant afternoon tea service and hobnob with London society amidst the chrome-and-leather Art Deco stylings of this glamorous hotel lounge.
With its wood-paneled walls and sumptuous leather chairs, this whiskey-focused hotel bar calls to mind classic members’ clubs, where cigar rooms meet library bars.
Our homage to summer, this open-air café serves up gourmet, light fare and front-row seats to the fashion show that is Knightsbridge’s well-heeled streets.
Wander through the nearly 800 acres of graceful meadows, dramatic woodlands, and swimming ponds that make up Hampstead Heath. Join Londoners in flying kites, playing volleyball, admiring the panoramic city views from Parliament Hill, and visiting Kenwood House’s impressive collection of Rembrandts and Gainsboroughs.
One of the tallest buildings in the area, this Richard Seifert-designed tower offers unparalleled panoramic views of the London skyline along both sides of the river from the suites on the top floors
Enhance your London experience with the Park Tower Butler Service, which goes above and beyond traditional white-glove service to anticipate and provide for your every whim.
All of the guest rooms have been given a chic makeover by Alex Kravetz Design Ltd., but the sprawling suites with public garden and iconic London street views are the hotel’s crown jewels.
Book in at one of London’s finest restaurants, Alyn Williams, with a contemporary European menu so superb and a stylish dining room to match, it’s earned a Michelin star.
Snack on elevated gastropub fare or tip back cocktails at the Polo Bar, a sleek Art Deco-inspired drinks den that caters to the London power set and is no stranger to London’s “Best of” lists.
Keep fit on holiday by matching up with a personal trainer from renowned London fitness guru Matt Roberts for a tailor-made workout followed by an energizing breakfast.
Catch live performances on Fridays and Saturdays in an intimate and legendary space where jazz greats and soul singers Amy Winehouse and Jamie Cullum have taken the stage.
Chef Sebastiano Cioffi cooks sophisticated Italian cuisine paired with signature cocktails and select wines in an opulent Art Deco-inspired dining room styled in gold and soft pastels.
Sleep in a renovated mansion or a revamped 18th-century former brewhouse and stable. The 41 rooms and suites have been elegantly updated by Dennis Irvine Studio of London.
Personal trainer and fitness author Matt Roberts partnered with the hotel to design the state-of-the art gym, which includes a cryotherapy center and training sessions for guests.
Spend the day getting pampered at the 25,000 square foot spa with eight oversized treatment rooms, an exclusive private suite, women’s thermal area and indoor and outdoor pools.