Top 3 Romantic Restaurants, Bars + Hotels for an enchanting evening

Here at EOB we want our lovely customers to have the most unforgettable Valentine’s day/night this year.

Here are our Top 3 romantic restaurants, bars + hotels in London to make sure you will have an enchanting evening on the 14th

 

 1. Meet your significant other in one of the fanciest restaurants of London:

CHOJO:

chojo restaurant picFrom Tripadvisor

Situated in the Westbourne Grove neighbourhood. CHOJO is a cosy Chinese restaurant, cocktails and tea house. They serve authentic oriental small plates, noodles, variety of exotic Chinese tea and cocktails.

 

CLOS MAGGIORE:

clos maggiore restaurant picFrom Tripadvisor

Clos Maggiore is an oasis of calm in the heart of Covent Garden. Influenced by the stylish country inns of Provence and Tuscany the unique interiors create an unparalleled warmth and intimacy.

 

THE LEDBURY:

the ledbury restaurant picFrom LondonEater

The Ledbury is a restaurant located on Notting Hill. The modern British cuisine served by its head chef, Brett Graham, has allow it to hold two Michelin stars  + to be featured in S.Pelligrino World's 50 Best Restaurants.

 

 2. Pursue your night with some drinks in one of those glamorous bars:

BLOOMSBURY CLUB BAR:

bloomsbury bar picFrom Secret London

 A moody & atmospheric space set in the heart of literary Bloomsbury. Taking influence from the 1920s and 30s, the drinks menu celebrates the golden age of cocktails with a strong, seductive mix of forgotten classics and innovative new creations. The perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle.

 

DISREPUTE:

disrepute bar picFrom Design my night

Technically a member’s bar, we recommend making a reservation to find yourself in a luxurious booth or in a corner decorated with gold and turquoise couches. This luxe-looking bar in Kingly Court, has an enigmatic cocktail list coming with a separate coded sheet in case you actually want to know what’s in your beverage.

 

THE MULWRAY:

the mulwray bar picFrom Just opened London

A petite cocktail parlour above The Blue Posts pub in Chinatown. It’s a gorgeous spot for cosseted drinking, with chic details including shell-shaped lamps, cabinets filled with bright bottles, a stylish screen that sections off half the room for private parties and a small bar with seats for just two.

 

3. End the evening + spend the night in a romantic hotel:

THE LALIT LONDON:

lalit hotel pictureFrom Telegraph

A 180-year-old neo-baroque edifice featuring 70 beautifully designed rooms, each ornamented with custom-made art-combining Indian culture with a quintessential British charm. Located near Tower Bridge, the hotel is discreetly tucked away in the heart of the city, which brings it conveniently close to many of London’s stunning attractions and business hot spots.

 

AMBA HOTEL CHARING CROSS:

amba hotel picFrom Visit London

4-star hotel just steps from Trafalgar Square and Covent Garden, offer you an oasis of calm housed within a beautiful building. Every aspect of the hotel has been designed for their guests, including unlimited, fast, free Wi-Fi in all areas of the hotel, complimentary mini-bars and Nespresso™ machines in all rooms - all at no extra charge.

 

THE GROSVENOR HOTEL:

grosvenor hotel pic

From Daily mail

Ideal romantic hotel in London Close to some of London's most popular landmarks, such as Sky Garden and Tower of London. Rooms include flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a safe offering exceptional comfort and convenience. A fitness center + breakfast buffet will also help to make your stay even more special.

 

Don’t forget to wear your EOB lingerie to feel bold and confident during this special day!

What about also bringing some of our delicate jewellery to add some extra wow to your lingerie + extra sparkle in your Romeo’s eyes?

 

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Like this? Why not read: FIVE UNIQUE IDEAS FOR A ROMANTIC DAY OR EVENINGSEDUCE IN STYLE THIS VALENTINE'S DAY or THE EDGE O’ BEYOND GUIDE TO VALENTINE’S DAY.

Written on February 5, 2019

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