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City Apartments partners with L’Occitane En Provence!

After much consideration and personal testing by the City Apartments’ team (!), we are delighted to announce that we now include L’Occitane en Provence toilettes in our ‘Welcome Packs’ with our compliments! L’Occitane is an international retailer of body, face, fragrances and home products based in Manosque, France, founded in in 1976 by Olivier Baussan… Read more »

City Apartments partners with Berry Bros. and Rudd Wine Merchants

City Apartments is very excited to announce that we have recently gone into exclusive partnership with Britain’s oldest wine and spirit merchant, Berry Bros. and Rudd, established in the 17th century.  This means every guest that comes to stay with us will now be able to enjoy a delicious bottle of Berry’s Merchant Red and White as… Read more »

City Apartments launches Super-Fast Fibre Broadband!

City Apartments is very excited to announce the installation of Super-Fast Fibre Broadband meaning that our guests will have access to this new service.  Our chosen provider, Venus, were the winners of the Best Business Broadband award at the 2016 Internet Servicers Providers’ Association emphasising the quality of broadband service we are now offering to… Read more »

May Highlights

When the month of May comes to town, there really is no excuse not to embrace London’s great outdoors and start soaking up all that the city has to offer – whether that’s heading to a rooftop bar, visiting a city farm, making the most of the two (yes, two!) bank holidays or just lounging about in one of London’s best… Read more »

Westminster Morris Men’s Day of Dance

Morris Dancing is a traditional English dance. Once performed by the men in the villages, the dances were specific to a particular town.  As such, the dance traditions are named for the village they come from, for example Longborough, Adderbury, Brackley, Bampton, Headington Quarry, Sherborne, and soforth.  Each tradition has distinctive movements and figures, although the overall… Read more »

Chelsea Flower Show

Discover how plants and gardens can be squeezed into the smallest of urban spaces with Professor Nigel Dunnett’s RHS Greening Grey Britain Show Garden.  Explore more spectacular and innovative Show Gardens, from a Maltese landscape to a Silk Road Garden and a design inspired by Covent Garden’s history. Walk through imaginative Artisan Gardens inspired by… Read more »

Tweed Run

The Tweed Run is a fabulously quirky event where participants don their finest tweeds and brogues and cycle through London, stopping along the way to take tea, have a picnic, and ending with an old fashioned knees-up in the afternoon. The first Tweed Run happened in 2009, when 300 tweed-clad cyclists gathered at the top… Read more »

Let`s go to “Smiths of Smithfield”

The all-day dining destination uses fine seasonal produce to serve classic British dishes within the setting of the Grade II listed building, which was lovingly restored by the ‘SMITHS’ team after standing empty for over 40 years. The distinctive New York style feel of the restaurant’s interior, complete with open spaces, blasted brickwork, big windows… Read more »

Museum at Night

Twice a year, not-for-profit cultural publisher Culture24 invites all UK museums, galleries and heritage sites to throw open their doors after hours to showcase their treasures in unexpected ways. Museums at Night is an opportunity for museums and galleries to come together around a single, simple campaign that is attractive to venues, audiences and the media. It’s… Read more »

Photo London

Photo London was created to give London an international photography event befitting the city’s status as a global cultural capital. Now in its third edition, Photo London has established itself as a world-class photography fair and as a catalyst for London’s dynamic photography community. From the capital’s major museums, to its auction houses, galleries large… Read more »