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Besides the many famous landmarks such as the London Eye and Big Ben, London boasts a host of glamorous hotels, restaurants and casinos which the rich and famous regularly attend. Let’s have a look at them:
The Ritz is a ten out of ten hotel and has some fantastic style and character. The Long Gallery and Palm Court are truly enchanting. Bedrooms are either decorated in salmon pink, rose pink, yellow and blue with the pastel interior adding a touch of class to every room. Prices start at £431 a night.
The Mandarin Oriental
Home to Hyde Park, the Mandarin Oriental has a delicate Far Eastern touch with Edwardian décor. The all new outdoor terrace is perfect to unwind with a glass of champagne during those long summer nights where you bask in the last of the day’s sun. The décor of bedrooms and corridors is so traditional that it wouldn’t look out of place Buckingham Palace and it certainly lives up to its Oriental title.
Also a resident of Hyde Park, The Dorchester is a must visit. The hotel boasts similarities similar to the adornment of the Titanic. Harboured in a landmark Art Deco building The Dorchester has a rich history and there is definitely a story to be told. The surroundings of the hotel are nothing short of perfect as it stands on the prestigious Park Lane.
For dining, there is an endless supply of luxury restaurants in London. A must try is The Square, the 1991 establishment won’t break the bank too much as it offers three courses for a total of £90. The selections are endless but each dish is as elite as the last. The Square can be found in Mayfair.
Portman’s Palace’s Texture
For alternative palettes, Portman’s Palace’s Texture is the perfect choice. The Icelandic cuisine certainly offers London’s high-end dining something different. Texture was founded in 2007 and just three years later it was awarded a Michelin star. A blend of the finest British and Icelandic ingredients there restaurant serves nothing but the best. And with lunch menus offering two courses for £19.90 it’s definitely affordable.
So you’ve got a place to sleep and you’ve nailed dinner you just need to find the perfect place for entertainment. Les Ambassadeurs is one of the capital’s most exclusive, prominent casinos. Accompanied with open air restaurant and a gaming room which offers stunning views of Hyde Park, there is certainly lots to see. The decorated mansion boasts a range of traditional casino games with American roulette and three-card poker proving to be the most popular.
The Hippodrome casino is dubbed as London’s biggest night out and is known as Europe’s best casino operator in 2015. The ambient atmosphere makes for enjoyable gaming and the polite endlessly helpful staff add to the pleasant experience. The Hippodrome has four floors of gaming as well as an award winning restaurant, six bars, 180-seat cabaret and music room as well as an indoor smoking terrace. The entertainment factor is second to none.
The Palm Beach
The Palm Beach has a gorgeously modern exterior and is another of Mayfair’s exclusive casinos. The sophisticated atmosphere created by its unique style is welcomed by its member’s club. Its sensational look and faultless service will leave you more than satisfied. The beauty of Palm Beach may appear overwhelming with a stunning contemporary room and bar and restaurant makes for welcomingly endless entertainment value.