Located just a short walk away from us in Portman Square, the Hyatt Regency – The Churchill is the perfect contemporary British hotel, offering five-star accommodation and service with sophisticated charm.
From its 440 guestrooms and suites to The Montagu Kitchen and award-winning Churchill Bar & Terrace, there is something for everyone.
For more information please visit: https://www.hyatt.com
Photo credit: Hyatt Regency London – The Churchill
Christmas Lights Switch-On
Yesterday evening was the 60th anniversary of the switching on of the Oxford Street Christmas lights. This year the lights have gone all environmental, as for the first time the street’s history, the lights are made with energy efficient bulbs, with Oxford Street lined with 27 LED light curtains made up of 220,000 individual lights. The lights are 90 per cent more energy efficient than the bulbs used in previous years and this new design replaces the orb-based lights we have grown accustomed to at Christmas over the last few years.
Last night’s switching on ceremony was carried out with the help of musicians Ms Banks, Joy Crookes and Kojey Radical.
Here at Lazeez, we were offering visitors to our restaurant on Duke Street a complimentary shot of green tea and Lebanese baklava with any main course you order when dining with us this evening.
Discover St Christopher’s Place in the heart of London, a place for shoppers and food lovers alike tucked away just off busy Oxford Street.
For more information please visit: www.stchristophersplace.com
The New West End Company is a business partnership of 600 UK and international retailers, restaurateurs, hoteliers and property owners in the world’s top shopping and leisure destination, anchored by Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street. The company works across 74 streets and represents some 150,000 employees.
For more information please visit: www.newwestend.com
The Wallace Collection, located in Hertford House in Manchester Square, is an international collection of masterpieces, paintings, sculptures, furniture, arms and armour as well as porcelain.
The collection was built up over the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries by the Marquesses of Herford and Sir Richard Wallace and is recognised as one of the finest collections of its kind.
For more information please visit www.wallacecollection.org