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Sweep your Valentine off their feet with our event guide

By Hannah Lloyd-Thomas, April 29 2021

Whether you love it or loathe it, Valentine’s is fast approaching and it’s time to get planning. Whether you are spending a weekend doing things with your other half or celebrating with your best galentine’s we’ll help you make it a weekend to remember.

We’ve rounded up our top 10 things to do in London this Valentine’s Day.

  1. The bottomless gin cocktail afternoon tea – £58 Mr Fogg’s Residence Have a thing for gin? This indulgent treat stars Hendrick’s tea-infused cocktails served in teapots.Food-wise there’s classic cucumber sandwiches, Victoria sponge, macaroons, marzipan and glacé fruits.Or, for the fizz fans, there’s a bottomless champagne cocktail tea for a tenner more.
  2. Something sweet for health food-lovers – £75, NAMA Artisan raw food restaurant NAMA is running a raw chocolate masterclass. You’ll learn everything from tempering to texturing and flavouring, plus leave with heart-shaped raw chocolates and a raw heart shaped cake.
  3. The Rom-Com Movie Club –  £52, Buyagift.co.uk Partner a bit of a film buff? This London tour for two includes a visit to Bridget Jones’ street, the blue door from Notting Hill and key rom-com locations.
  4. The Champagne lunch, £38, Modern Mayfair Garden at Le Caprice Perrier-Jouët has paired up with Le Caprice to mark the Royal Academy of Arts’ exhibition, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse, which sees Monet’s water lily paintings brought to the UK for the first time. The package includes a Champagne two-course lunch, tickets to the exhibition, and a gift bag.
  5. The fashionista’s treat – £19, The National Portrait Gallery The NPG is running an exhibition called Vogue 100: A Century of Style Collection. This showcases drop dead gorgeous photography commissioned by British Vogue since it was founded in 1916.
  6.  Pamper with LeSalon – Treat yourself and your partner to a luxurious manicure/pedicure in the comfort of your home. You’ll even be spoilt by chocolates and champagne brought to your door. For a cosy weekend, nothing beats this!
  7. The bedroom picnic, from £45, Fortnum & Mason A bit like the M&S Dine In For 2, but posher. These cook-at-home (ie reheat) selections include classic aphrodisiacs such as lobster, Champagne, caviar and chocolate truffles.
  8. The Netflix & Chill stay, from £189, The Andaz London Liverpool Street The Bed, Flicks and Chill weekend package includes a stay in a suite, unlimited in-room movies, Prosecco, popcorn and breakfast. There’s also a free mini bar and you don’t have to check out until 2pm
  9. Uncle Bart’s Valentines Day Chocolate Masterclass Chocolate and cocktail lovers should signup sharpish for this Valentine’s masterclass led by a mixology expert from Barts Bar. The speak easy will provide the perfect setting for the workshop covering classic recipes from the Prohibition era, teamed with luxurious chocolatey flavours.
  10. Midnight Apothecary Valentines Special The Brunel’s pop-up garden cocktail bar is hosting a Valentine’s Day Special for a fourth year. Guests can expect a cosy fire pit, complimentary toasted marshmallows and cocktail infusions.

Hannah Lloyd-Thomas

Hannah Lloyd-Thomas

Graduating from the University of Cambridge, Hannah made her way into LeSalon where she wrote articles on the best beauty products for mums to the biggest fashion trends, and everything in between. You can now find her using her skills and knowledge as a Senior Consultant.


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