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London

The Albemarle
The revamped restaurant of Brown's Hotel in Mayfair serves great British classics.
The Ampersand Hotel
Quirky, London-inspired decor merges with faultless comfort in the Apersand to create a peaceful, perfectly located haven in the bustling capital. 
The Anchor and Hope
Home of the South Bank Centre and the London Eye, there are many reasons to trundle over Waterloo Bridge. Heading that list is the Anchor & Hope, famous for serving up delicious gastropub food.
The Annual Chap Olympiad
Vintage is back in the form of this annual jolly-up, where games are played by men in tweed suits and Brit staples such as cucumber sandwiches are enjoyed by ladies with their pinkies in the air.
The Athenaeum
Art Deco interiors park views and a guest-book that reads like a who's who of Hollywood; it's all here at the Athenaeum Hotel & Apartments.
The Balcon
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The Baptist Bar & Grill
Set within Holborn’s glitzy L’Oscar Hotel, The Baptist Bar & Grill brings a dose of glamour to its Grade II-listed surroundings.
The Bathhouse: Friday night in Bishopsgate Churchyard
Once concealing a subterranean Turkish bathhouse, the Victorian kiosk now leads to a slick club favoured by London's party-goers. Welcome to The Bathhouse.
The Beaumont
The first hotel from uber-restaurateurs Corbin & King, The Beaumont is a sophisticated, contemporary take on old school glamour, with requisite restaurants
The Best Halloween Parties in London
In preparation for a night where the capital is out in force, we've compiled a round-up of the best Halloween parties in London.
The Bloomsbury Hotel
A sleek boutique hotel in the storied area of Bloomsbury in London, The Bloomsbury Hotel has popular bars, restaurants, and a whole host of stylish rooms.
The Book Club
Bit of a bookworm? Join the Club.
The Book Club
The Book Club in Shoreditch - a cafe, bar, and events space - is the millennial iteration of traditional European café culture - but with ping pong.
The Botanist
A Sloane Square staple, The Botanist has become the after-drinks haunt of choice for local luvvies and the daytime hangout of ladies-what-lunch.
The Boundary Rooms
Proving once and for all that size really doesn't matter - at least not when it comes to hotel proportions - the Boundary Rooms is small but oh-so perfectly formed. s
The Brit Oval
As the birthplace of the Ashes, a trip to the Brit Oval is a must-do for sports aficionados.
The British Museum
Artefacts and art abound at The British Museum, a museum dedicated to preserving London's most precious culture.
The Bull & Last
The Bull & Last pairs rustic atmosphere with seasonal produce to earn its place among London's crowded gastropub landscape.
The Capital
The Capital combines British ingredients and French expertise to create something special.
The Cheese Bar
In the wrong hands, The Cheese Bar might have been a single-punchline gimmick. Instead, it's a restaurant of serious, indulgent substance.
The Cinnamon Club’s recipe for Slow-Braised Lamb
The Cinnamon Club have some of London's most sought-after tables. And with recipes such as this one from chef Vivek Singh, it's not difficult to see why.
The Clifton
After standing empty for years The Clifton has been masterfully resuscitated by brothers Ben and Ed Robson, the twosome behind Boopshi's in Fitzrovia
The Cloth Shop
Indian cotton, Swedish linen and Scottish cashmere, the Cloth Shop has it all.
The Clove Club
Since its opening, the Clove Club has attracted colossal amounts of lives-up-to-the-hype praise, in part due to its striking venue as well as Chef Isaac McHale's visionary tasting menu.
The Cocktail Trading Co Brick Lane
Bringing a welcome dose of fun to Shoreditch, The Cocktail Trading Co is a place for those who like their cocktails with a side of theatre.
The Colonnade Town House
Famous for the canals running through it life is lead at a slower pace in Little Venice than in neighbouring Notting Hill and the Colonnade reflects its easy elegant charm. yEventWatch
The Colony Grill Room
The Colony Grill Room, from restaurant tycoons Chris Corbin and Jeremy King, offers a classic American grill menu in stylish Art Deco surrounds.
The Comedy Store
Mention the Comedy Store to anyone in London and they'll know what you mean. Laughs aplenty to be had here.
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The Connaught
The Connaught has your usual requirements of style with the added bonus of gourmet delights at its in-house restaurant - headed up by two-Michelin starred chef Hélène Darroze. d=
The Corner Room
Another venture from Viajante's Nuno Mendes -- this time, a casual brasserie-style space tucked away in a corner of the Town Hall Hotel.
The Corner Room is Nuno Mendes’ Latest Venture
Nuno Mendes opens CornerRoom at Town Hall Hotel's Viajante.
The Cow
As something of a Notting Hill institution, The Cow has served up Guinness and oysters to a roster of relaxed regulars for years.
The Cumberland Hotel Opens Rhodes Patron Bar
London's Cumberland Hotel opens its Rhodes Patron Bar, stocked with, as you might expect, an impressive array of Patron tequilas.
The Dairy
A fixture on the Clapham culinary scene since it opened in 2013, The Dairy serves seasonal, local fare – some of which comes from their roof garden.
The Delaunay
Fashionable London dining that takes inspiration from the grand cafés of Vienna, Zurich and Budapest...
The Design Museum
A shrine to international contemporary design, The Design Museum is a must for design aficionados across the capital.
The Diner Shoreditch
The Diner Shoreditch is an all-American hangout in the heart of East London; think dim lighting, red leather booths and a clientele of milkshake- and liquor-slurping locals.
The Dorchester
During the excess of the nineties The Dorchester was always splashed across the front pages with everyone from rockstars to royalty staying here - occasionally together. yEventWatcherD
The Dorchester celebrates 80 with neglected cocktail
The Dorchester London celebrate the big 80 this year. And to celebrate, the hotel is resurrecting one of its long-forgotten, but fabulous cocktails.

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