Looking for new sights to venture into this May? Here are some of West London’s best wonders that will keep you company and a great way to prepare for a great British summer.
Floral Family Attractions
Step into May by visiting the sweetest floral attractions! Only a stone’s throw away from The Rembrandt Hotel, the Italian Gardens is said to have been a lovely gift from Prince Albert to his Queen Victoria. There is also the serene Kyoto Gardens inside Holland Park which was built in 1991 by specialist Japanese gardeners flown from the city of Kyoto as a gift to Great Britain as a sign of friendship, why not take a stroll and admire the blossoms with your little ones?
Lastly, around the area of Kensington and South Kensington, Wisteria flowers are flourishing and decorating the streets. Grab some beautiful snaps with your family, but also stop by the 1606 Lounge Bar for some delectable Afternoon Tea treats.
Let’s (carefully) celebrate the lifted restrictions
The recently lifted restrictions mean more freedom, and with freedom comes responsibility. We at Sarova are still providing the best utmost care at our hotels prioritising our guest’s and staff’s wellbeing. Masks aren’t mandatory inside our facilities however, everyone is still welcome to wear theirs and sanitisers will be stationed around most of our areas. The option to check-in and out online is still available also. Whilst walk-in dining may not always be available we encourage our guests to reserve a table in advance.
West London’s Best Hidden Hotspots
Thought you knew London? Take a look at these little gems that will take you back to a different time. Suit up in your best vintage wear and let The Electric Cinema take you back to a different cinematic experience, situated only 2 stations away from South Kensington and in the heart of the famous Portobello Road.
Fancy a stylish drink and nibbles too? We can have that prepared for you at the 1606 Lounge Bar. Named after the birth year of the famous Dutch artist Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, it’s sure not to disappoint. An even more of a hidden secret spot is The Luggage Room style in a flashy 1920s cocktail bar filled with period drinks and silk decor.
It’s a not-so-hidden area, but the neighborhood district of Belgravia is filled with flowers, floral decoration, and boutique cafes, and with these in mind, it’s a great time to book a stay at The Rembrandt Hotel and explore the area.
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