University Student, Explorer
Start the day out right with some bacon and eggs, waffles, pancakes or homemade granola and a recommended "eye opener" at this Chelsea establishment.
Take a break from city life and stroll through Kensington Gardens. Visit the Palace or The Serpentine Gallery but most importantly, appreciate the beauty of English gardens.
Since you're in the area, check out one of the many amazing exhibitions here for free!
The Wolseley is the place to be for afternoon tea. From the champagne to the unbelievably delicious scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, you will leave here feeling like a local in the know - and a full, fabulously stylish one at that.
This quirky jewelry and vintage shop will surprise you with all of its hidden gems. It is owned and operated by the most fabulous Eliza. There's something for everyone here, including gifts for those who have everything. Visited by all sorts of models and actresses, this shop is a London MUST.
This restaurant is in the heart of Mayfair. While it's not as well-known, the food is to die for and it has just earned a michelin star. The staff are incredibly friendly and knowledgeable and the wine expert on hand will introduce you to your new favorite wine. The best part about your dinner though is that you'll have a great time and the bill won't make you wish you hadn't.
Meet your friends here for a drink before heading out for a late night.
Yes. Get pumped, get sweaty, go dance. You're welcome.
This hotel is small but very charming and has every luxury you could want but at a price that won't make you want to cry. Also, with it's prime location, it'll be easy for you to get around. At this point, your perfect, unforgettable day in London will make you longing for a bath, a comfy bed and quiet room where you can get a good night's sleep so you can do it all again tomorrow.