Regardless of whether you have something to celebrate, a glass of champagne is always a good idea. And you don’t have to look far in London to find a stylish bar in which to sip fine fizz. We’ve highlighted a glamorous range of options to toast the city’s excellent champagne scene, from Europe’s longest champagne bar to its highest.
London’s King’s Cross neighborhood has undergone a complete reinvention over the last 10 years. Its canalside warehouses have been transformed into hip restaurants and bars and some of the world’s leading tech companies occupy sleek new skyscrapers. Here’s our pick of the best things to do in the area.
Drink up and bed down in one of London’s best pubs with rooms. We’ve rounded up a selection of the city’s finest watering holes including a 16th-century boozer with boutique rooms in the heart of the city and a cozy urban ski lodge near Oxford Street.
Jetsetter asked and I answered with a big fat yes.
Here’s my round up of cool stuff to do in Morrissey’s hometown.