London, England



London is the world’s most visited city and one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. It is also immersed in history. Today, London is a leader in the arts, fashion, entertainment, finance and diverse restaurants. The choices are endless and range from Michelin-starred restaurants, to gastropubs, traditional British restaurants and afternoon tea.

The Small List

Best Hotels

Mondrian Shoreditch London – The 120-room property sits in the heart of Shoreditch, London’s creative and cultural hub. Then hotel brings a mix of Spanish flair and Miami vibe to the neighborhood.

St. Martins Lane – Designer Philippe Starck conceived St. Martins Lane as a surrealist wonderland. The hotel is classic London with a seriously seductive twist.

Sanderson London – Luxury accommodations and fine dining with a cheeky, modern twist.

Best Restaurants

Chiltern Firehouse – The restaurant is located in one of the first fire stations in London, dating back to 1889. It was carefully restored by hotelier André Balaz, and now joins a collection of bespoke luxury hotels that include the iconic Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles and the renowned Mercer Hotel in New York. Undeniably, it is the hottest celebrity hangout.

Balthazar London – Opened originally in New York City, Balthazar is located in the heart of Covent Garden, offering all-day brasserie dining. The French inspired menu includes fruits de mer from the raw bar as well as a wide selection of classical French brasserie and bistro dishes.

Soho House – All day dining of British food in this Dean Street Townhouse located in the heart of Soho. An informal setting for hipsters serving cocktails until the early hours.

Best Beer Pub

German Beer Hall – An authentic German experience with a variety of drafted ice cold beers served in huge stein glasses. Of course, the beer is accompanied by hearty Bavarian food.

Something to Do

London Eye – The Coca-Cola London Eye is the world’s tallest gradually rotating observation ferris wheel which showcases breathtaking 360-degree views of the city and its famous landmarks.

Chiltern Firehouse
German Beer Hall
London Eye