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Without a doubt, it’s my favourite London hotel
From the moment you walk into the courtyard, you feel like you’ve stepped into a world of pure luxury and tranquility. Scarfes Bar serves up the finest cocktails in a beautiful environment, where you are surrounded by bookcases and serenaded by the dynamic jazz duo of Kitty La Roar and Nick Shankland. If you are looking for some comfort, or perhaps a quintessentially British Afternoon Tea, then look no further than the Rosewood’s very own Mirror Room, which offers up an array of teas and a wonderfully adorned patisserie counter (which I must admit, have visited far too often lately). With Holborn Dining Room (the hotel’s restaurant) set to open imminently and its own in-house spa getting ready to unlock its doors soon, this hotel is poised to become London’s latest hot-spot and rightly so. I love the ambience, the staff are extremely welcoming and if that wasn’t enough, it’s right around the corner from Covent Garden’s Seven Dials and it’s just a short walk from The British Museum. Simply put, ROSEWOOD London is the hotel.
Last night was fuuuun. I’ve always enjoyed going out on a Thursday (or a Wednesday…Tuesday, Friday, any day for that matter). A little bit of midweek madness goes a long way. Yesterday I caught up with some good friends over dinner and drinks and then danced the night away to some hard beats over at BASEMENT, which is tucked within one my latest London hotel haunts, The Edition.
Jacket by William Hunt Savile Row, Waistcoat by H&M and Top by Zara.
This month is going to be very…telling.
Interesting. Time to experiment artistically. I can feel that Summer is on its way. So let’s get this party started. It has been beautiful being back in London for the week. Blue skies and starry nights. Now I’m ready to head on out again, fresh and focused.
Vintage waistcoat and boots
Tom Ford fragrance
Good to go.
Covent Garden Market
Byron Brownie anyone?
It was nice to be home this Week.
October was orange.
Caravan. Dirty burgers and walks down the canal.
Reading. History books and eating the dinosaur.
Wallflower and buying flowers in Covent Garden.
London Cocktail Week shenanigans and classes with laughter.
Drinking hot chocolate at the W and stuffing my face with Thai food.
Old school friends. Disco dancing and two bottles of wine.
A tour of Liverpool. A lot of rain.
It’s getting colder.
I feel older.
Photo by my friend Z. Iqbal