London is one of our most loved cities. So rich in culture and history, you’re never stuck for things to do. Laura & Una from Team Chupi visited London last week to work on some very exciting projects & couldn’t resist sharing some of the fun places they went to.
Where to stay:
The location of this hotel could not be more perfect, you are a 3 minute walk from Oxford street meaning all the shopping you could want is right on your doorstep. It is also absolute decor goals and will have you snapping pics at every opportunity.
Where to grab coffee and cake:
The Petersham Nurseries
We can never resist dropping by here for a coffee and a cake while in Covent Garden, which overlooks the Floral Court and offers organic coffee, loose leaf tea, freshly made pastries and cakes – the perfect spot for people watching!
Where to brunch:
The Dalloway Terrace at The Bloomsbury
Start your day off with a delicious Acai bowl and Matcha Latte in the Dalloway Terrace. Not only is this place insta goals, but the decor changes seasonally, meaning you’ll never get tired of the pretty florals!
Where to grab the insta shot:
Home to some of our favourite stores from Glossier to Chanel – Covent Garden is the perfect place to grab that insta shot. We love the floral swings and can’t resist perching on them for a quick snap.
Where to get inspired for your home:
Rockett St George at Liberty
A trip to London wouldn’t be complete without visiting the iconic Liberty. We especially love dropping by their Rockett St.George concession and getting some serious home inspiration. Chupi herself is a big fan of this brand and has some amazing pieces already in here home.
Where to make a beauty pit stop:
Glossier, Covent Garden
A firm favourite of Team Chupi, Glossier’s London location is a fun pit stop to take. Stock up on the SPF when you can (it’s almost always sold out!) and enjoy the quirky store decor. We especially love the pink rooftop display!
Where to meet friends for dinner:
Soho House Greek Street
We were invited to join friends for dinner in the recently refurbished members club Soho House – it is a guaranteed fun night full of great buzz and energy – we ate there on a Tuesday night and it was packed to the rafters. We ate in their dark blue dining room, oogled over all the quirky art and caught up at a small candlelit table in the perfect nook of the room. We ordered off the Plant Based menu and can highly recommend the Guacamole crudites and taro chips to start, the Grilled Aubergine brown jasmine rice, miso, chilli for main.. and the best vegan dessert we’ve eaten (not a piece of fruit in sight!!).. Half Baked Brownie and vanilla oat milk ice cream.
Where to wind down after a busy day:
The Coal Room, The Bloomsbury
Named after it’s stunning decor – The Coral Room is the perfect place to wind down after a day of sightseeing . We would particularly recommend one of their delicious signature cocktails as an alternative to dessert!