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Deluxe Culture Capital

London is one of the best cities in the world in which to enjoy a truly high class holiday. With some of the most exclusive hotels in the world, outstanding restaurants and the very best high-end shopping, London is the perfect location to experience the luxury lifestyle of England’s upper crust. On this tour we will spend two nights each at three of London’s finest hotels, allowing us to fully enjoy their superlative hospitality.

Tour highlights can include:

  • Michelin Star dining
  • Iconic five-star London hotels
  • Designer and high-end shopping
  • Luxurious London houses
  • The best of British art

What's included...

Day 1 - The Goring Hotel and the V&A
The Victoria and Albert Museum, founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design. The V&A, located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, has the greatest Fashion collection in the world which includes pieces from some of the most iconic designers of the 20th and 21st centuries. This magnificent museum, housed in one of the most stunning buildings in the city, will charm and fascinate visitors for hours. Our first two nights will be spent at The Goring, London’s last luxury, family-run hotel. The historic Edwardian hotel, crafted by one family for over a century, is located in Belgravia just a short walk from Buckingham Palace and has a royal warrant. Tonight we will dine in the hotel’s Michelin Star restaurant, serving upscale British cuisine in a period-style dining room featuring crystal chandeliers.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Day 2 - Leighton House, Sloane Street and Gordon Ramsay
This morning we return to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea to take a tour of the Leighton House Museum. Frederic Leighton was one of the most famous British artists of the Victorian age and he constructed this house, with its remarkable Arab hall, silk gallery and beautiful gardens, for pure artistic delight. The house contains a permanent collection of paintings and sculptures by Leighton himself and his contemporaries as well as regular exhibitions. This afternoon we will head to Sloane Street, London's premiere shopping avenue for the world's most revered luxury brands. As well as these intimate boutiques containing everything from designer handbags to couture fashion and accessories, Knightsbridge is also home to the world-famous Harrods department store. We round off our day with dinner at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, holder of three Michelin stars, which provides elegant and unsurpassed modern French cuisine.
Harrods, Knightsbridge
Day 3 - The London Eye, the Ritz and the Royal Opera House
This morning we can enjoy London’s brilliant South Bank, a hub of arts and culture brimming with theatres, galleries, restaurants and bars, which offers superb views along the Thames, before taking an exclusive trip on the London Eye. We will enjoy a private champagne tasting experience with an expert host while we take in the sublime sight of London from the sky. The Ritz Hotel is an icon of London society and the second hotel of our trip. This evening we will dine at the hotel’s excellent restaurant in what is often described as the world’s most beautiful dining room. We continue the theme of the day with a visit to the Royal Opera House’s elegant Champagne bar in the breathtakingly beautiful Paul Hamlyn Hall, where we will enjoy a glass of Ruinart Champagne before watching a world-class ballet or opera in the ROH’s magnificent theatre.
Houses of Parliament and the London Eye
Day 4 - Tate Britain and Hibiscus
Tate Britain is known as the home of British art and the gallery’s collection spans an impressive 500 years. We will spend a leisurely day exploring this staggering collection of British art with expertly guided tours which will enhance our experience. Tonight we will dine at Claude Bosi’s Hibiscus, the world-renowned Mayfair restaurant has two Michelin Stars and excels in delivering a most memorable experience for all diners.
Tate Britain, London
Day 5 - Kensington Palace, Portobello Road and Brown’s Hotel.
A morning stroll through London’s famous Hyde Park will lead us to the stylish royal residence of Kensington Palace. This historic house is the official London residence of Prince William and Princess Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their two children, George and Charlotte, as well as Prince Harry. Despite this, several of the state rooms are open to the public including the King’s Gallery and the Palace Gardens. On the other side of the Palace lies the colourful and affluent West London district of Notting Hill which is home to the famous Portobello Road Market, one of London’s most popular shopping destinations. Tonight we will spend the first of two nights at our third and final London hotel, Brown’s. Brown’s Hotel, consisting of 11 townhouses occupying two parallel streets off Piccadilly, is iconic of London both inside and out and has an extraordinary and distinguished history. Founded 175 years ago by the former valet to Lord Byron, it was a favourite of Agatha Christie, Alexander Graham Bell made the first ever telephone call here, and it was where Rudyard Kipling completed The Jungle Book. Today it is still one of the finest hotels in London with a superb restaurant which uniquely combines the best of British cuisine with the best of British contemporary art.
Portobello Road, London
Day 6 - Bond Street, Claridges and Alain Ducasse
Brown’s is perfectly located to enjoy the luxurious shopping experience provided by London’s famous Bond Street boutiques. Shop to your heart’s content with such indulgent stores as Cartier and Chanel lining the path to Liberty, one of London’s most lavish department stores. We will rest from the morning’s exertions with an exquisite afternoon tea at the famous Claridge's hotel, where this icon of Britain’s culinary heritage has been served for over 150 years. We end our time in London with dinner at Alain Ducasse at the Dorchester. The Dorchester, located on Park Lane, is another iconic London hotel and Alain Ducasse one of the world’s most celebrated chefs. There is no better way to celebrate the very best of London’s high class culture than with a three Michelin Star dining experience like no other.
Bond Street, London

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