Regal And Refined: London City Break For Two With Elite Attractions And Fine Dining

Regal And Refined: London City Break For Two With Elite Attractions And Fine Dining

London

$3363
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Why we love it

Revel in a luxurious London getaway and immerse in some of the city’s finest attractions. Enjoy a collection of the British monarch’s prized possessions located in Buckingham Palace and soak in the glittering array of priceless artistic treasures. Continue the finery with high-end cuisine at multi-award winning and Michelin-starred, The Glasshouse. Take in the iconic sights and 360-degree views from the London Eye. With a sumptuous stay, top sights and time to enjoy the city, this promises to be an unforgettable experience.

What's Included?

  • Revel in a three night luxury stay in a four or five star hotel in central London
  • Enjoy entry tickets and a one hour audio tour each at The Queen's Gallery
  • Savour a three-course dinner with a glass of champagne each at The Glasshouse
  • Soak in the sights with a London Eye Champagne Experience including accompanied fast-track entry and a chilled glass of Pommery Brut Royal Champagne each to enjoy onboard (or non-alcoholic alternative)

Description

Embark on a memorable city break in one of the world’s most captivating city. Revel in the capital’s finery with a luxurious three-night stay in a four or five star hotel in central London, combined with fine dining and elite attractions, guests are in for an unforgettable getaway.

Opened in 1962 the Queen’s Gallery is located within Buckingham Palace, the former private chapel is home to the monarch’s art and treasures. The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great collections to remain intact. During the hour-long audio tour, learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have had an influence over the shape and diversity of the collection. Royalists and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to revel in the masterpieces on display, including works from Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to see.

Continue the finery with a three-course dinner menu at The Glasshouse and savour outstanding French-inspired cuisine. Owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the team behind acclaimed London restaurants Chez Bruce and La Trompette, guests can expect the same level of outstanding food, wine and customer care. The neighbourhood restaurant is rooted in the locale, named after Decimus Burton’s famous glasshouse structure in nearby Kew Gardens. The natural beauty of the gardens is matched by Head Chef Berwyn Davies’ produce-led approach to haute cuisine. Savour elegant dishes from the best quality British ingredients in a warm, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.

The following day continue to soak in the sights of the capital from the London Eye. The global icon with its 32 high-tech glass capsules offer 360-degree views over the city. Skip the queue with fast-track access and enjoy a glass of champagne during the 30 minute flight and take in the iconic views from the vantage of 135 metres. On clear days you’ll be able to spot Windsor Castle, but even on a grey day guests will be able to identify landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben.

With three nights accommodation, this experience allows guests time to relax and explore the city at leisure. Combined with top highlights and sumptuous meals, this promises to be a memorable London adventure.

Description

Embark on a memorable city break in one of the world’s most captivating city. Revel in the capital’s finery with a luxurious three-night stay in a four or five star hotel in central London, combined with fine dining and elite attractions, guests are in for an unforgettable getaway.

Opened in 1962 the Queen’s Gallery is located within Buckingham Palace, the former private chapel is home to the monarch’s art and treasures. The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great collections to remain intact. During the hour-long audio tour, learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have had an influence over the shape and diversity of the collection. Royalists and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to revel in the masterpieces on display, including works from Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to see.

Continue the finery with a three-course dinner menu at The Glasshouse and savour outstanding French-inspired cuisine. Owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the team behind acclaimed London restaurants Chez Bruce and La Trompette, guests can expect the same level of outstanding food, wine and customer care. The neighbourhood restaurant is rooted in the locale, named after Decimus Burton’s famous glasshouse structure in nearby Kew Gardens. The natural beauty of the gardens is matched by Head Chef Berwyn Davies’ produce-led approach to haute cuisine. Savour elegant dishes from the best quality British ingredients in a warm, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.

The following day continue to soak in the sights of the capital from the London Eye. The global icon with its 32 high-tech glass capsules offer 360-degree views over the city. Skip the queue with fast-track access and enjoy a glass of champagne during the 30 minute flight and take in the iconic views from the vantage of 135 metres. On clear days you’ll be able to spot Windsor Castle, but even on a grey day guests will be able to identify landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben.

With three nights accommodation, this experience allows guests time to relax and explore the city at leisure. Combined with top highlights and sumptuous meals, this promises to be a memorable London adventure.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

London Eye Opening Times:

  • Champagne Flights are available on the hour every hour Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 8pm. On Saturday, Champagne flights operate ever half hour from 11.30am to 8.30pm

Queen's Gallery Opening Times:

  • Daily, 10am - 5.30pm (last admission 4.15pm)
  • The Gallery is closed on 25-26 December.

The Glasshouse Opening Times:

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm to 10.30pm (last booking 10pm)

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Day 1: Check in to the hotel and explore the city.
  • Day 2:Visit the Queen's Gallery at 3.30pm followed by dinner at 6pm at The Glasshouse
  • Day 3: Enjoy ride at the London Eye
  • Day 4: Check-out

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 3 months in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

London Eye Opening Times:

  • Champagne Flights are available on the hour every hour Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 8pm. On Saturday, Champagne flights operate ever half hour from 11.30am to 8.30pm

Queen's Gallery Opening Times:

  • Daily, 10am - 5.30pm (last admission 4.15pm)
  • The Gallery is closed on 25-26 December.

The Glasshouse Opening Times:

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm to 10.30pm (last booking 10pm)

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Day 1: Check in to the hotel and explore the city.
  • Day 2:Visit the Queen's Gallery at 3.30pm followed by dinner at 6pm at The Glasshouse
  • Day 3: Enjoy ride at the London Eye
  • Day 4: Check-out

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 3 months in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

What's Included?

  • Revel in a three night luxury stay in a four or five star hotel in central London
  • Enjoy entry tickets and a one hour audio tour each at The Queen's Gallery
  • Savour a three-course dinner with a glass of champagne each at The Glasshouse
  • Soak in the sights with a London Eye Champagne Experience including accompanied fast-track entry and a chilled glass of Pommery Brut Royal Champagne each to enjoy onboard (or non-alcoholic alternative)

Why we love it

Revel in a luxurious London getaway and immerse in some of the city’s finest attractions. Enjoy a collection of the British monarch’s prized possessions located in Buckingham Palace and soak in the glittering array of priceless artistic treasures. Continue the finery with high-end cuisine at multi-award winning and Michelin-starred, The Glasshouse. Take in the iconic sights and 360-degree views from the London Eye. With a sumptuous stay, top sights and time to enjoy the city, this promises to be an unforgettable experience. Read full description

Description

Embark on a memorable city break in one of the world’s most captivating city. Revel in the capital’s finery with a luxurious three-night stay in a four or five star hotel in central London, combined with fine dining and elite attractions, guests are in for an unforgettable getaway.

Opened in 1962 the Queen’s Gallery is located within Buckingham Palace, the former private chapel is home to the monarch’s art and treasures. The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great collections to remain intact. During the hour-long audio tour, learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have had an influence over the shape and diversity of the collection. Royalists and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to revel in the masterpieces on display, including works from Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to see.

Continue the finery with a three-course dinner menu at The Glasshouse and savour outstanding French-inspired cuisine. Owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the team behind acclaimed London restaurants Chez Bruce and La Trompette, guests can expect the same level of outstanding food, wine and customer care. The neighbourhood restaurant is rooted in the locale, named after Decimus Burton’s famous glasshouse structure in nearby Kew Gardens. The natural beauty of the gardens is matched by Head Chef Berwyn Davies’ produce-led approach to haute cuisine. Savour elegant dishes from the best quality British ingredients in a warm, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.

The following day continue to soak in the sights of the capital from the London Eye. The global icon with its 32 high-tech glass capsules offer 360-degree views over the city. Skip the queue with fast-track access and enjoy a glass of champagne during the 30 minute flight and take in the iconic views from the vantage of 135 metres. On clear days you’ll be able to spot Windsor Castle, but even on a grey day guests will be able to identify landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben.

With three nights accommodation, this experience allows guests time to relax and explore the city at leisure. Combined with top highlights and sumptuous meals, this promises to be a memorable London adventure.

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Description

Embark on a memorable city break in one of the world’s most captivating city. Revel in the capital’s finery with a luxurious three-night stay in a four or five star hotel in central London, combined with fine dining and elite attractions, guests are in for an unforgettable getaway.

Opened in 1962 the Queen’s Gallery is located within Buckingham Palace, the former private chapel is home to the monarch’s art and treasures. The gallery takes its exhibits from the Royal Collection, one of the largest and most important collections in the world and one of the last great collections to remain intact. During the hour-long audio tour, learn about the sovereigns and consorts who have had an influence over the shape and diversity of the collection. Royalists and art enthusiasts have the opportunity to revel in the masterpieces on display, including works from Duccio, Dürer, Clouet, Rubens and Van Dyck. Discover a rich and varied collection of sculptures, furniture and photographs, some commissioned as grand diplomatic gifts, others as intimate personal mementos between the royal family. As the exhibit is continually rotating, there is always a new piece of priceless art to see.

Continue the finery with a three-course dinner menu at The Glasshouse and savour outstanding French-inspired cuisine. Owned by Nigel Platts-Martin and Bruce Poole, the team behind acclaimed London restaurants Chez Bruce and La Trompette, guests can expect the same level of outstanding food, wine and customer care. The neighbourhood restaurant is rooted in the locale, named after Decimus Burton’s famous glasshouse structure in nearby Kew Gardens. The natural beauty of the gardens is matched by Head Chef Berwyn Davies’ produce-led approach to haute cuisine. Savour elegant dishes from the best quality British ingredients in a warm, welcoming and relaxed atmosphere.

The following day continue to soak in the sights of the capital from the London Eye. The global icon with its 32 high-tech glass capsules offer 360-degree views over the city. Skip the queue with fast-track access and enjoy a glass of champagne during the 30 minute flight and take in the iconic views from the vantage of 135 metres. On clear days you’ll be able to spot Windsor Castle, but even on a grey day guests will be able to identify landmarks such as St. Paul’s Cathedral and Big Ben.

With three nights accommodation, this experience allows guests time to relax and explore the city at leisure. Combined with top highlights and sumptuous meals, this promises to be a memorable London adventure.

Additional Information

This experience must be booked within 6 months of purchase, but you can choose to go any time within 1 year.

London Eye Opening Times:

  • Champagne Flights are available on the hour every hour Tuesday to Friday, 12pm to 8pm. On Saturday, Champagne flights operate ever half hour from 11.30am to 8.30pm

Queen's Gallery Opening Times:

  • Daily, 10am - 5.30pm (last admission 4.15pm)
  • The Gallery is closed on 25-26 December.

The Glasshouse Opening Times:

  • Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm to 10.30pm (last booking 10pm)

Plan Your Day

Suggested Itinerary:

  • Day 1: Check in to the hotel and explore the city.
  • Day 2:Visit the Queen's Gallery at 3.30pm followed by dinner at 6pm at The Glasshouse
  • Day 3: Enjoy ride at the London Eye
  • Day 4: Check-out

This experience is not available on bank holidays and other special occasion days such as Valentine’s Day.

All bookings are subject to availability. We advise booking at least 3 months in advance to guarantee the desired date and time.

How it works

  • Choose your experience

    Treat yourself or share with someone you truly care about.

  • We arrange everything

    Our concierge will arrange everything, even the little extras.

  • Relax and enjoy

    Simply show up and savour the memory that will last a lifetime.

Regal And Refined: London City Break For Two With Elite Attractions And Fine Dining