Hello, it's me, the one who used to post on this blog.
I'm very ashamed to tell you, but it came to the point that people are calling me to ask when I'll post something new on the blog. So, yeah, peer pressure!
Doing this for such a long time, I was on a path of rediscovery this summer... who the f I am kidding? I procrastinated everything related to fime, emphasizing on outfit posts, got caught up in other stuff, and there's the never ending cycle. Now that school is over, for eternity or until I decide to take up another class of something, I have to learn to juggle "the other stuff" and this one, ha! I bet you understand everything I'm writing here...
As you can observe, there is something wrong with me, I'm wearing frills, prints and pastel, not for long, not for long! Awww, and I lost my touch a bit at posing.
Also, I'm such a big idiot, but that story in another post... maybe tomorrow!
H&M skirt and blouse // similar here & here
London is certainly not lacking in top-class hotels. If you’re looking for luxurious accommodation in the heart of the English capital, you won’t be disappointed.
To provide you with some ideas for your next trip to the city, here are five of the very best hotels available.
The Landmark London
When it comes to five-star glitz and glamour, it is hard to beat The Landmark London. Located on Marylebone Road, this magnificent building is one of the most popular high-end hotels in the capital. As you step through its doors, you are instantly transported into a world of elegance and grandeur.
As you’d expect from such a hotel, it features a swimming pool and spa, as well as a gym. However, perhaps its most notable selling point is the exquisite food on offer in its restaurants and bars. The highlight is the Winter Garden restaurant, which is situated under an eight-story glass roof atrium. There, you can tuck into lavish breakfasts, brunches, lunches and dinners. Meanwhile, during your stay you simply have to sample the delights of the Afternoon Tea.
Another favourite among visitors is Claridge’s in Mayfair. This seven-storey construction was designed by the same architect who later created Harrods department store.
Like its rivals, it has an array of dining and drinking facilities, including the atmospheric Fumoir. Meanwhile, the confusingly named Foyer dining room is also a great place to enjoy a meal, and if you’re after something really top-end, you can dine at Gordon Ramsay at Claridge’s.
Located on Park Lane, London’s Four Seasons is an institution of international renown. This hotel reopened in 2011 after a makeover and it certainly won’t disappoint when you step through its entrance. Its interiors were created by the designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who opted to introduce plenty of colour into the bar and lounge areas but chose a more understated colour scheme in the bedrooms.
Highlights include a tenth floor spa and gym and an arrivals lounge for guests who fly in early. The hotel also offers an outdoor garden during the summer months.
Another of the city’s top hotels is The Dorchester. Also situated on Park Lane, this Art Deco building has plenty to offer and it attracts a stream of high-profile guests. While there, you can dine in eateries including China Tang, the Dorchester Grill and Alain Ducasse at The Dorchester. Meanwhile, the hotel serves a sublime afternoon tea.
Positioned on the Strand, the Savoy is last but by no means least in this list of London’s top hotels. Set back from the busy road, this Edwardian construction is bound to make a big impression as you approach its grand entrance.
In its famous River Room, you can sample a tempting French menu and there is also the Savoy Grill to test out. Its owners revamped the eatery several years ago and restored its glamorous 1920’s theme. The classic British and French dishes on offer are perfectly complemented by this traditional decor.