Where better than the Wyndham Grand hotel in Chelsea for Valentine’s day this year?
With the fab “be my Valentine” package on offer, Wyndham Grand give you the chance to totally spoil your loved one.
The luxury hotel in London Valentine’s deal includes accommodation in a Chelsea suite, a complimentary bottle of Champagne, dinner (but not the Valentine’s day menu) and breakfast.
With all the best London attractions a stones throw away, Wyndham Grand is the perfect base.
Maybe you need a little more incentive? How about £100 spa credit for use in the hotel’s Blue Harbour spa. Their signature treatment involves warm, dripping essential oil candle massages. Blissful relaxation.
The “be my Valentine” package is available for £450 (inc Vat), but you would be well advised to book early!
To take advantage of this romantic offer, call the nice people at reception on 020 7823 3000 and let them know you found out about the deal on the blog.
5 of the most romantic london restaurants.
Valentines Day is approaching and London is undoubtedly one of the best cities in the world to celebrate the day for lovers. Taking your loved one for a romantic meal in a top-notch restaurant has long been a firm favourite on Valentines Day. The occasion, however, is made infinitely more romantic if the restaurant comes equipped with a stunning view.
London is plentiful of such places, so to help you decide and most importantly, book early for the ultimate romantic Valentine night out, we’ve compiled five of London’s top restaurants offering sensational views.
How many London Italian restaurants are there? Well according to a few minutes research on Google, in 1998 there were some 5000 Italian restaurants in Britain and 39,000 Italian-born people living in London. It does not take a genius to work out that there are literally hundreds of Italian restaurants gracing London’s streets.
With such a vast amount of choice on offer, how could we possibly ever decide which one to choose? Well that’s easy, go to the swankiest, grandest and clientele ‘prestigious’ Italian restaurant the capital has to offer.
Tempo in Mayfair fits the criteria perfectly. Attention to detail is at the vanguard of this exclusive Italian restaurant. The wine glasses are wonderfully huge, Martinis are served in frozen Martini glasses and a truly divine selection of bread is served in beautifully hand-crafted olive wood bowls. With its profound turquoise velvet seating, mushroom walls hanging magnificent mirrors, Tempo’s ambience is as grand as its cuisine.
What makes it stand out from the rest is to find a Japanese chef running an Italian restaurant. With the truly dynamic Yoshi Yamada bringing his cooking creativity to Mayfair, you get a real sense of unique, something slightly different.
In the running for the best south london seafood restaurant has to be Etta’s seafood kitchen, homemade carribean comfort.
Since the days of the Brixton riots, Brixton gained a reputation for danger that it has found hard to shake off. Today however, the south London suburb is a melting pot of people from different ethnic backgrounds and cultures and has become a cosmopolitan and culturally-enhancing place to live and visit.
Being home to the Brixton Academy, Brixton has a lively, music-orientated scene and is particularly appealing to young and open-minded individuals. Increasingly businesses are recognizing the growing popularity of Brixton and as a consequence new businesses are establishing themselves in this interesting, multi-cultural and chic London suburb.
One such business is the Etta’s Seafood Kitchen located in the heart of Brixton’s village. The ’s colourful and lively chef Etta Burrell, epitomizes the refreshingly young and avant-garde vibe Brixton asserts on south London, not to mention the food she serves her customers, which, with a Caribbean twist, provides an energizing, sophisticated and ‘different’ taste.
The Wyndham Grand London Chelsea Harbour, will launch its Harbour Brunch on Sunday 2 May 2010.
This is slow food to savour at its Sunday best, with lavish cuisine and fine champagne served as part of a languid late morning breakfast that drifts serenely into an afternoon lunch, in an impeccable waterside setting.