This is the city where the Romans bathed and the Georgians drank their tea.
Built in the infamous honey-colored limestone, the Royal Crescent is the prime example of English elegance. It is both a private residence (Manolo Blahnik & Johnny Depp have residences here!) and home to the five-star luxury hotel The Royal Crescent.
Pamper yourself & enjoy a traditional Champagne afternoon tea (the socially accepted hours are between 4-7pm). Vanilla scones with clotted cream & jam, delicate finger sandwiches and delightful pastries.
Almost like a scene from Pride and Prejudice, right?
Only a 20 minute walk from the city center, the Prior Park Garden is a National Trust property and one of the most scenic parts of Bath. The Palladian Bridge was built in the 18th century and is one of only three in the world.
Walk along the charming Bath Skyline which crosses woodlands, meadows and forts. Stop by the lake for some English tea and Victoria sponge cake!
The students from the University at Bath have their graduation ceremony here.
Sketch is a gastronomic playground located in Mayfair drawing on influences from Japan, Italy and Britian, all underpinned by French cuisine.
The contrast between the Lecture Room's classic, bourgeois design to the Gallery's witty art works and eclectic disorder to the Glade's enchanted fairy-tale forest makes it a place like no other.
THE GOOD LIFE EATERY
A great spot in Chelsea for a healthier option. Cold pressed juices and freshly made food that also happens to be good for you.
Located: 59 Sloane Avenue London SW3 3DH
SAATCHI & SAATCHI
An innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unseen young artists or by international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the UK.
My favorite works here have been: Chanel Mademoiselle Prive, Hermes Wanderland and Damien Hirst.
Located: King's Road, SW3 4RY
Regent Street is one of the oldest shopping streets in England, hope to both new and iconic brands.
Yes, like the movie! Notting Hill is known for being a cosmopolitan neighbourhood, hosting the annual Notting Hill Carnival and being home to Portobello Road Market. This is where all of the pastel coloured flats are located!