London luxurious pleasures

By on 11/05/2014

Despite the unpredictable weather, I simply love London. The city torrents me with a nostalgic, reflective, melancholic feeling. There is just so much to see and do in the city, it’s just difficult to keep up. London luxurious pleasures will simply scuff the surface, but at least it’s a beginning. The city simply boasts of a wide range of exciting options for people to whom budgeting simply is not vital. Luxury lovers and indulgers will surely esteem London’s affluence of indulgent pleasures.

Unwind at the Sanderson’s Agua Spa


Located on Berners Street, Sanderson’s Agua Spa is a 10,000 square feet unisex spa that provides an oasis of peace and tranquility in one of the most vibrant cities of the world. There is a vast array of treatments available that are carried out in fourteen treatment rooms, several different pools, a meditation area and a chill-out zone. The miles of floor-to-ceiling drapes provide a cloud-like experience to the entire setting and are perfect to restore your energy levels with some serious pampering.

For bookings call, +44 20 7300 1414
50 Berners St, London W1T 3NG, United Kingdom

Take a Spin on the Private Capsule on the London Eye

London Eye Evening 1

For a matchless experience for those who aspire to see all of London’s greatest landmarks in one ride. The journey in the majestic white Ferris wheel presiding over the River Thames at Waterloo gives visitors the chance to view the city from an absolutely new perspective that offers unmatched and incomparable panoramas by night and day. Hire your private pod and enjoy the spectacular 30-minute flight complete with priority boarding, 4D goggles, on-board guide, chilled bottle of Pommery Brut Royal Champagne and implausible views of the cityscape.

For bookings call, +44 (0) 871 781 3000 / +44 (0) 871 222 4002
The London Eye,
Riverside Building, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7PB

A Luxury Shopping Trip to Harrods


Among many other things, London is also famous for its shopping. The city is brimming with department stores, designer outlets, antique markets and independent boutiques. Among all these, what should not be missed is Harrods, which is situated in the center of Knightsbridge. Instantaneously identifiable from its golden and green blinds, the gigantic structure is home to seven floors of lavish luxury items from exclusive designer clothes, to footwear and handbags, to beauty products, homeware and gourmet treats. For a tailor-made experience, book in advance a session with the in-house personal shopping service expert. If on the lookout for luxury goods and classic London souvenirs, Harrods in London cannot be missed. When here, do not forget to sample one of the many restaurants and bars, which are among the best in the city.

For enquiries call, +44 (0) 20 7730 1234
87 – 135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, SW1X7XL

Time for Tea at the Ritz


The essence of all that is characteristically English, afternoon tea in fine bone china cups at The Ritz is a must. The Palm Court of the Ritz Hotel serves a variety of teas and a mouth watering menu that includes sweet and savory delicacies like fruit scones, finger sandwiches, cakes and pastries. The hotel insists on formal attire and denims and sport shoes are strictly forbidden in all public areas of the hotel. You may be required to make a booking 3 months in advance during high season.

For bookings call, +44 20 7493 8181
150 Piccadilly, London W1J 9BR, United Kingdom

Gourmet Indulgence at Gordon Ramsay


Indulge yourself in haute cuisine with a choice of seemingly endless options. Do you fancy a fancy meal? If yes, Gordon Ramsay is the place to be. Located in Chelsea, this 3 star Michelin restaurant has been one of London’s first restaurants to receive the ranking. The restaurant is a hotspot for all discerning gourmet lovers. The restaurant serves authentic French cuisine and has often been involved in many lists that put together the best dining experiences. In fact, it was named amongst the five best restaurants in the world by a poll run by Restaurant Magazine. The head chef, Chef Clare Smyth ensures each of the dishes are cooked and presented with immense perfection along with an intimate setting to ensure an unforgettable experience. You might want to call in advance (two months in advance) and book a table as the restaurant only has 14 tables that seat 44 guests. This is must for connoisseurs of fine gourmet.

Maitre d’: Jean-Claude Breton

Call +44 (0)20 7592 1611 or Email
68 Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4HP

A Night to Remember at the Globe Theatre or Royal Opera House

globe_theatre_london royaloperahouse

Theatre in London is renowned by all accounts. Globe Theatre is one of Bankside’s most iconic buildings and is where some of Shakespeare’s plays were first staged. The site, which was burned to the ground in 1613, was re-built almost 400 years later, using building techniques and materials as close to the original. The site is also called Shakespeare’s Globe and sells tickets to plays as well as holds tours of the building. If you don’t enjoy theatre, how about Opera? A night at the Royal Opera in London will be an unforgettable experience for music and drama lovers. Expect to put on your finest tuxedo or gown, enjoy a pre-theatre cocktail, a great show and a post-theatre dinner. The Royal Opera House is magnificently furnished with antiques and elegance and a must visit for all travelling to London.

Globe Theatre
For enquiries, call +44 20 7902 1400
21 New Globe Walk, Bankside, SE1 9DT

Royal Opera House

For enquiries, call +44 20 7240 1200
Bow St, London WC2E 9DD, United Kingdom

Once said by Samuel Johnson, ‘when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.’ We hope you like our list of extravagant things to do in London. Tell us about your favorite top extravagant things to do in London in the comments below.


  1. Shaina B

    14/05/2014 at 11:59

    I agree with the writer; London has it all. London is a fantastic and beautiful city and am proud of the fact that I lived here for 3 years.

    • annablssv

      14/05/2014 at 16:48

      Are you a student or are you working? Can you share with us some of your special places?

      • Shaina B

        15/05/2014 at 10:05

        I was a student when residing in London. I have now moved to India. I loved the Covent Garden area and feel all travelers must visit the area for a coffee or dining or simply just shopping. I simply loved the River Thames Walk and often spent hours sitting at the Bankside cafes.

        • annablssv

          15/05/2014 at 16:33

          Thank you for sharing. One of my favorite spots is Primerose Hill in Regents Park.

    • Admin

      14/05/2014 at 17:00

      Are you still living in London? Can you share some of your special spots? The readers will be happy to hear from you.

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