A historically bohemian neighbourhood, Fitzrovia today is a hub of art, culture, shopping and dining, and our boutique design hotel is in the centre of the best London has to offer. Fashion’s most coveted labels are moments away on Oxford and Regent streets, and nearly every cuisine can be sampled on nearby Charlotte Street. Surrounding areas, including Convent Garden, Mayfair, Soho and Regent’s Park, are home to iconic attractions and events such as the British Museum and Frieze Art Fair.
A natural wine and restaurant located in Soho that serves a unique twist of modern European and British dishes made with selected fresh ingredients. Simple interior, unique taste and unfiltered wine.
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Choice eatery in chic surrounds showcasing French-Asian fusion, an ample wine list & cocktails.
Honey & Co. is a cozy and welcoming restaurant that specialises in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Led by a talented husband-and-wife team, the restaurant offers a menu filled with flavoursome dishes inspired by their travels and heritage.
Lima Fitzrovia is a renowned Peruvian restaurant that celebrates the diverse and vibrant flavours of Peru. The restaurant offers a menu featuring traditional dishes with a contemporary twist, showcasing the country’s rich culinary heritage. From ceviches and tiraditos to tender grilled meats and innovative vegetarian options, Lima Fitzrovia provides a unique and exciting dining experience.
Unique retail experience offering contemporary fashion, skincare treatments, art and home decor.
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Nested in the heart of Covent Garden, the Photographers’ Gallery is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography in all its forms and is home to an international community of photographers.
A tiny and intimate 1950s-inspired Italian bar in Soho, named after Rome’s train station, Bar Termini Soho is a cocktail lover’s paradise.
Located in the heart of Soho, Swift is vibrant and elegant spot perfect for early evening aperitf and post show drinks. Swift offers a large selection of whiskey and tasty cocktails.
One of the capital’s busiest theatre and comedy venues, Soho Theatre is a theatre and registered charity in the Soho district of the City of Westminster.
One of the oldest and most famous jazz clubs in the world having opened in 1959. Ronnie Scott’s in Soho has hosted unforgettable performances from the likes of Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Michael Bublé and Miles Davis.
The Box is a cabaret nightclub in Soho. The performances are a crazy mix of burlesque, erotic, scaring, and bizarre. Would you like to mingle with celebrities? This is the place to be.
Occupying a prominent spot in Soho, G-A-Y is spread over three floors, and is one of the world’s most famous gay bars. If you like loud pop music, this is the right place where to have fun!
This is not a classic salon. This is a game-changing space where you can simply work, chill and transform your hair beauty routine. Making great hair simple, easy and fun.
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Reset, relax and restore at 7 Breaths Meditation, a calm sanctuary of stillness for mindfulness, meditation and movement.
The program builds on Ratnam’s academic and writing interests from the late 1990s onward. The gallery represents ten artists with a mixture of established, mid-career and emerging artists whose work often interrogates the canon around ethnicity, gender, sexuality and class. They work across painting, film, installation, photography and sculpture.
Emerging contemporary art gallery in Fitzrovia. The gallery pays homage to the Parisian cafes of the past century, which were gathering places for artists across different disciplines, thinkers, collectors and other creative minds.
The brainchild of the Yotam Ottolenghi people, NOPI is a brasserie with a twist. Think: Menu with Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Asian ingredients and influences. And the surprising combinations work amazingly well.
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Gay’s The Word, the UK’s first LGBT+ bookshop dating back to 1979, was founded by a group of gay socialists, activists and intellectuals nearly 35 years ago – and, despite the evisceration of the industry, still manages to sell enough books to maintain its place on Marchmont Street. Go, support, buy, Instagram it, TikTok it. You know the drill.
Surprise by A Man to Pet at BistrothequeToggle
The Greek sensation is back, cooking things up and trying things out for a future run at THE COCKATOO — a new dinner theatre downstairs at BISTROTHEQUE, serving performance alongside their usual Modern European menu.
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Set in the heart of the West End, Bocca di Lupo is a authentic Italian restaurant who has captured Londoner’s heart by serving delicious and honest regional Italian food.
One of London’s premier music shops—specializing in vinyl. Great service and an even better collection of vintage vinyl.
One of London’s most iconic and unique department stores, Liberty has been located in the heart of London since 1875. Stop by to see the amazing Tudor building and to shop top fashions and home goods.