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Le Short List: London

Unveiling London's Dining, Drinking, and Must-Do's: Your Essential Guide to the City's Scene

Our London Short List is the best of the best. We've cultivated and curated insider-like spots to offer hidden gems and a snapshot of the citites culture.

Le Sol Travel: London Short List

London stands as one of the culinary capitals, boasting a diverse tapestry of flavors drawn from every corner of the globe, where historic traditions meet innovative creations, making it unparalleled in its richness and variety. That being said, we thought we'd offer more than one suggestion:

The Restaurant(s) to Dine at

For an unforgettable dining experience, head to Kitty Fisher's, nestled in Mayfair's historic Shepherd Market. Aside from its award-wining cuisine, the restaurant is renowned for its intimate ambiance and unforgettable dining experience. A lovely dinner spot for your first evening in London! For a quick bite between activities when strolling Marylebone, check out Paul Rothe & Son: a quaint sandwich shop run by the same family since 1900. Lastly, for a fun and trendy dinner (or even a drink!), Chiltern Firehouse is the move! Once a fire station dating from the 1880s, this spot offers a sense of 'vibe' and charm you don't want to miss.

Kitty Fisher's pictured on the far left

Where to Stay

The Twenty Two: Designed for the curious and the creative — they invite you to expect the unexpected.

The Mandarin Oriental: (check out their new Hyde Park location!) Situated on Hanover Square, Mayfair’s oldest square, the hotel provides a calming, discreet sanctuary for hotel guests.

The Berkeley: Stunning interiors by A-list designers, a rooftop pool with London views, service that raises a smile… everything about this Hyde Park hotel is refreshingly different.

Photo from The Twenty Two

Explore London Art

Wallace Collection: A more quaint and cozy art experience in the heart of Marylebone! Discover exceptional paintings, sculpture, ceramics, furniture and arms and armour, gifted to Britain in 1900, in a historic London house museum.

Victoria & Albert: A well known museum that's worth the visit! The Victoria and Albert Museum in London is the world's largest museum of applied arts, decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.27 million objects.

Shop The Row

London is one of the most renound places in the world for shopping! If you have the chance, head over to The Row in Mayfair for some splurge-worthy finds. Psst! Selfridges and more shopping is less ten minutes away (walking).

Photo taken at The Row

Rejuvenate at Re:Mind Studio

A sound therapy, breathwork and energy healing studio that brings calm to the heart of London - just up Le Sol's alley! With a mission to cultivate and develop a peaceful, safe and welcoming space that encourages transformation, Re:Mind Studio is the perfect place to unwind to unplug.


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