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FEBRUARY 2017

London—Things To Do


Table of Contents Visitor Info Websites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Hotel Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Private Tours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Hotel Spa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Weather . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Transportation in London . . . . . . . . . . 2 Maps of London . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Shopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Attractions and Festivals . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Museums . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Restaurants and Pubs . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Credit Card Order Form . . . . . . . . . . 20 Private Tours Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21


HOTEL: Corinthia Hotel Whitehall Place London, SW1A 2BD, UK Phone: 011 44 020 7930 8181 Visit at: corinthia.com/london Corinthia Concierge Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CraftyConcierge?ref=hl

PRIVATE TOURS: The Concierge at the Corinthia recommends a number of privately guided tours through Guidelines to Britain. Please see the tour listing at the back of this booklet with a link to a credit card form to pay for the tours. For information on organizing a private tour, please contact the Corinthia Concierge: Phone: 011 44 020 7321 3077 Email: concierge.london@corinthia.com

SPA AT THE HOTEL: ESPA Life: https://www.espalifeatcorinthia.com/ For a list of spa treatments and making advance reservations Phone: 011 44 (0)20 7321 3050 Email: espalife.london@corinthia.com

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GENERAL INFO WEBSITES: Make sure you visit these websites to learn more on what’s happening in London… LONDONIST.COM

VISITLONDON.COM

WEATHER: VIEW WEATHER Average temperatures in London in February: 45° High / 37° Low Average Rain Days in February: 16 Days

TRANSPORTATION IN LONDON: The best bet is to get a Visitor Oyster Card to use on the Tube, Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Overground and most National Rail Services in London. You can purchase your card before you leave for London and have it mailed to your home. GET OYSTER CARD

MAPS: FIND MAPS

SHOPPING:

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Tie Rack: 2 minute walk from hotel Kiosk 1 Charing Cross BR Station Upscale male accessory shop that specializes in ties, scarves, socks, etc. Pan de Vie: 3 minute walk from hotel 5 New Row Wonderful Sweet Shop and Bakery Web: www.pandevie.com Email: enquiries@pandevie.com Lovely modern bakery. DRUG STORE NEAR HOTEL: Superdrug: 3 minute walk from hotel 49-50 Strand Covent Garden 020 7930 0381 Boots: 2 minute walk from hotel Charing Cross Station Covent Garden

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SHOPPING (continued): Royal Arcade: 28 Old Bond Street

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Liberty Department Store: VIEW WEBSITE Regent Street Iconic store was constructed from the timbers of two ships: HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan.

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SHOPPING (continued): Harrods: 87-135 Brompton Road Knightsbridge

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London Opera House

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A FEW UNIQUE ATTRACTIONS: London’s Most Beautiful Bank

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Magical Lantern Festival: Wander through a garden of lights and lanterns. 19 Jan-26 Feb

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A FEW UNIQUE ATTRACTIONS: (continued): St Martin-in-the-Fields VIEW WEBSITE Trafalgar Square Elegant church with café in the vaulted crypt and regular concerts and lunchtime music recitals.

MUSEUMS:

LONDON EXHIBITIONS

Benjamin Franklin House 36 Craven Street London Hunterian Museum Royal College of Surgeons 35-43 Lincoln’s Inn Fields London WC2A 3PE Freud Museum 20 Maresfield Gardens Hampstead, London Cartoon Museum 35 Little Russell Street London National Gallery Trafalgar Square Exhibits in February— Australia’s Impressionists

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Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

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THEATER:

PURCHASE THEATER TICKETS

Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

The most popular show is Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. These shows maybe sold out at this time. Other popular shows/musicals are listed below. Not all shows are confirmed for February.    Aladdin

   Book of Mormon

   Matilda

   Les Miserables

   Phantom of the Opera

Book half price tickets at the TKTS booth in Leicester Square on the same day as the show- just have a list of shows in mind before you go and you can usually get decent (occasionally superb) seats.

THEATER - FEBRUARY 2017 School Of Rock The Musical:

The Lion King: Lyceum Theatre, London

New London, London

Matilda The Musical: Cambridge Theatre, London

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The Comedy About A Bank Robbery: Criterion Theatre, London


THEATER - FEBRUARY 2017 The Play That Goes Wrong:

Half A Sixpence:

Duchess Theatre, London

Noel Coward Theatre, London

Thriller - Live:

Buried Child: Trafalgar Studios, London

Lyric Theatre, London

This House:

Jersey Boys:

Garrick Theatre, London

Piccadilly Theatre, London

Beautiful - The Carole King Musical: Aldwych Theatre, London

London Opera House

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PUBS: If you’re looking for suggestions on cool pubs to try, why not go to the White Horse in Chelsea, The Prince Alfred in Little Venice, or the Anchor Bankside. WHITE HORSE WEBSITE

PRINCE ALFRED WEBSITE

Anchor Bankside

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RESTAURANTS WITH A VIEW: Galvin at Windows, Hyde Park Opened in 2006, Galvin at Windows may lack the flashy glamour of newer City venues, but years of experience are manifest in charming service – we found the team knowledgeable, nimble and unflappable – and a Michelin-starred menu of beautifully presented and creative French dishes. An effort is made, too, to create a sense of celebration: to provide a lasting reminder of the meal or an opportunity to brag to friends, diners are presented with Galvin at Windows postcards (posted anywhere compliments of the restaurant). Given the venue’s age, expect to encounter a clientele keen to enjoy a leisurely, high-quality meal rather than trend-conscious diners clamouring to get a table at the latest new opening.

Galvin at Windows

What you can see: On the 28th floor of the Hilton Park Lane hotel, the restaurant overlooks Hyde Park – just an inky blot against a bed of lights at night – and the surrounding cityscape. For views of central London, St Paul’s and the skyscrapers of the City beyond, make time for a drink at the bar before or after dinner.

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Aqua Shard London looks minuscule from the top-floor View from the Shard, so the restaurants that occupy the middle levels of the skyscraper are better bets if you’d like to admire the city’s finer details (and if you just have a cocktail your visit should turn out cheaper too). On the 31st storey of the building, aqua shard is sultry and shadowy space (almost overly so, in fact - take care if your night vision is lacking), serving a contemporary British menu devised by Dale Osbourne (previously of Dinner by Heston Blumenthal). That might mean hearty mains such as pork belly with barley, turnips and crackling, followed by cherry bakewell tart with Cornish ice cream. The familiar, competently prepared flavours are a good choice given so many diners come here to focus their attention on the dazzling views.

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What you can see: The view from aqua shard is mesmerising, stretching from the Tower of London and the skyscrapers of the City to gleaming St Paul’s and the London Eye, with the meandering Thames in between. That’s if you get a window table, of course; diners within the restaurant’s interior will see little but open sky. If you’re having trouble securing a reservation, consider instead going for a drink in the bar which gives a wink to best of British by serving a number of gin- and tea-based cocktails.

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Tate Modern Restaurant On the ninth floor of Switch House, the new Herzog & de Meuron-designed Tate Modern extension, this new 150-cover eatery is committed to celebrating all things British – produce is drawn almost entirely from the UK and even the beer is brewed in nearby Bermondsey. Save the mean-spirited size of side orders, it’s a generally satisfactory and stylish affair with chef and a well-prepped, hospitable crew doing a good job of providing an accessible menu that has to satisfy both London epicureans and the five million or so tourists who ramble through this cultural institution each year.

The new Tate Modern restaurant CREDIT: 2016 GETTY IMAGES/DAN KITWOOD

What you can see: Perhaps uniquely the best views are afforded by the tables in the restaurant’s interior – narrow slits in comparison to the floor-to-ceiling versions standard elsewhere, windows are too high up to provide a direct view of the city if seated by them. From a distance, however, they offer snatches of the skyline, perhaps a segment of the Shard or the peak of St Paul’s.

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Fenchurch Restaurant Set on a pedestal in the centre and top of the Sky Garden that occupies the uppermost level of the Walkie Talkie skyscraper (officially known as 20 Fenchurch Street), Fenchurch Restaurant is the most high-end of the building’s eateries. Dishes on the “British contemporary” menu are beautifully presented and consistently impressive – grilled red mullet with braised octopus and piperade was a burst of colour and flavour; lamb with yoghurt, artichokes and cumin was perfectly seasoned and pleasingly unpretentious. Service, both from wait staff and our enthusiastic sommelier, impressed too, and the team works hard to compensate for the unexpectedly diminished views. The building’s sloped roof means most tables look towards descending bulky iron beams rather than any significant stretch of skyline.

What you can see: A handful of westward-facing tables provide an outlook towards St Paul’s, the BT Tower and a sliver of river, but really anyone wanting to enjoy a view of the city should make time for a drink before or after dinner in the Sky Garden bar.

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Babylon at The Roof Gardens Just off Kensington High Street, seventh-floor Babylon doesn’t offer city-centre views but it’s clearly a popular spot with locals and gridlocked Londoners who precede their meal with a saunter through the adjacent Roof Gardens, a pretty, bountiful spot crammed with flowers and shrubbery and home to four pink flamingos. As for the menu, it’s contemporary British – competent rather than exciting, with dishes such as vegetable lasagne, and smoked chicken with leek. Cocktails are a speciality and a club opens here at weekends, so expect the vibe and clientele to be more buzzy and celebratory if visiting later in the week.

Babylon restaurant

What you can see: Diners look towards south London suburbia but a pre-dinner drink on the terrace provides glimpses of the Royal Albert Hall and neighbouring Knightsbridge.

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Sushisamba Branches of the growing chain of Sushisamba restaurants can be found in New York, Chicago, Miami and beyond. London’s outpost is found on the 38th and 39th floors of the City’s Heron Tower so it’s likely you’ll see deals being brokered at nearby tables, but the atmosphere is kept in check by personable staff and the spread of dating couples out to have a good time. The menu’s an eclectic mix, too, featuring a blend of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, alongside one of the most comprehensive sake selections in the city. Expensive small plates averaging £14) include dishes such as shrimp tempura with black truffle vinaigrette; various sushi and sashimi options are available, and “large plates” include sea bass tempura with beetroot ceviche. Diners are encouraged to mix and match so those prices can soon add up, and watch out for the kobe beef dishes, which cost up to a staggering £1,000.

What you can see: A handful of westward-facing tables provide an outlook towards St Paul’s, the BT Tower and a sliver of river, but really anyone wanting to enjoy a view of the city should make time for a drink before or after dinner in the Sky Garden bar.

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City Social Jason Atherton’s City Social occupies the 24th floor of Tower 42, a building which has long been usurped by the City’s newer skyscrapers but which seems to offer a view of pretty much any central high-rise of merit. Chocolate brown and dimly lit, the interior is pleasant but willingly plays second fiddle to what’s on show outside. As for the cuisine, it’s modern British with occasional Asian and Mediterranean flourishes – perhaps yellow fin tuna tataki with cucumber or Dover sole with caper gnocchi. Despite the recent Michelin star win, I thought the food fairly forgettable; more safe than interesting. It’s pricey too; the clientele is mostly City types and mains generally cost over £30.

City Social

What you can see: The Gherkin, the Shard, the Cheesegrater – City Social is surrounded by the City of London’s most notable modern buildings and the views are magnificent. It’s worth making time for a drink at the bar too, from where you can just about make out the semi-obscured St Paul’s, the South Bank and beyond.

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Ting, Shangri-La at the Shard On the 35th floor of the Shard, Ting is Shangri-La London’s signature – and indeed only - restaurant. Despite the name and the hotel group’s Hong Kong base, the menu focuses on “the best of British fare with an enticing Asian twist.” To that end expect to be served dishes such as Dorset crab with cucumber and a spritz of mango to start, or Cotswold free-range chicken with celeriac and savoy cabbage. It’s fairly competent, generally, but some dishes fail to impress and there are few exciting elements. There are exceptionally innovative chefs at work in many of London’s best hotels and were the Shangri-la at ground level I don’t think Ting would challenge them for custom – but the views, of course, are peerless and service, by and large, was good.

Ting at the Shangri-La hotel

What you can see: Take a moment to appreciate the view when you arrive at the hotel’s 35th floor west-facing lobby. From London Bridge to Hyde Park and beyond, the entire expanse of central London is laid out before you and it is dazzling. Ting itself is around the corner, with most tables taking in a panorama that stretches from Canary Wharf to the suburbia of southeast London – ‘look, there’s Penge!’ exclaimed my companion upon seeing where he grew up, but few others will find the sight exciting.

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OXO Tower Somewhat squat in comparison to many of London’s other restaurants, the OXO Tower restaurant stands eight stories up, but as the signature restaurant within this South Bank landmark it remains enduringly popular. Chef Jeremy Bloor serves a British menu, with a heavy but enticing focus on seafood, that is often but not unfailingly pleasing. My companion was underwhelmed by her £30 monkfish with red pepper and radishes, while the signature Bramley apple soufflé we shared was mushy and bland. Competent sommeliers are on hand to skilfully guide guests through the wine selection, however, and service is thoughtful. Seeing us squint against the light as we tried to admire the setting sun, a waiter quickly provided sunglasses from the stockpile they seem to keep for just such a scenario.

City Social

What you can see: The big draw here is the wonderful view of St Paul’s Cathedral and the flow of activity along the Thames and the South Bank below. Floor-to-ceiling windows mean everyone can appreciate the panorama but the best views are enjoyed by those who dine on the outdoor terrace. For similar views and a more informal, cheaper experience, the venue’s brasserie stands next door.

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London - Things to Do