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The Connaught, Lunch
Carlos Place London, United Kingdom · I've been here · Add to wishlist · Share
Suzan loved it! Good   –  Classic, beautiful hotel, room was very hot. If you go take a room on the top floor where you can open the door to your own balcony which looks out over the city! Breakfast on your balcony in the summer! The area is great, quiet sleeping, good shopping, excellent restaurants and very central.
Added Friday at 7:37am · Was here April 2015
 
The Typing Room, Restaurants
Patriot Square London, United Kingdom · I've been here · Add to wishlist · Share
Suzan says: Not bad. Okay   –  Its a bit out of the centre of London and that might be why i say that it wasnt bad.. But actually the service was really friendly, sometimes a bit clumsy and if you like experimenta cooking its really nice to go. Small dishes beautifully designed and tasteful. This is one of the highest ranked upcoming chefs in London and the place looks nice with an open kitchen.
Added Friday at 7:33am · Was here April 2015
 
Scott's, Restaurants
20 Mount Street London, United Kingdom · I've been here · Add to wishlist · Share
Suzan loved it! Good   –  Great place for dinner and lunch. Try the ceviche, crab or shrimps and definitely the miso blackened salmon. Heated terrace on the street.
Added Wednesday at 11:30am · Was here April 2015
 
Café de Flore, Bars
172 Boulevard Saint-Germain Paris, France · I've been here · Add to wishlist · Share
Sparkx Concierge added this to her wishlist   –  "Still a gathering place for artists and writers. I love to meet friends there for a drink and for a light lunch I'd recommend it's Club Rykiel, a sort of club sandwich without the bread, invented by Madame Rykiel." (Source: Sonia Rykiel's artistic director, Julie de Libran's Paris, How to Spend it March 2015)
Added Sunday at 4:42pm
 
L'Hotel, Hotels
13, rue des Beaux Arts Paris, France · I've been here · Add to wishlist · Share
Sparkx Concierge loved it! Good   –  "Off the little Left Bank hotels, my number one is l'Hotel, which I discovered years ago, ironically when I was working for Prada in Milan and we did a photo shoot there. Each room is designed differently and everyone has their favourite - mine is 36, Mistinguett. I love the way each one opens off the central tower and it's style reflects the hotels wonderful raffish history, which included visitors from Salvador Dali to Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. It's basement hammam and steam room is a well-kept secret; it is guests only and you have to book a visit, but it's wonderfully relaxing after a days sightseeing." (Source: Sonia Rykiel's artistic director, Julie de Libran's Paris, How to Spend it March 2015)
Added Sunday at 4:37pm · Was here March 2015
 
Hotel Le Bristol , Hotels
112, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré Paris, France · I've been here · Add to wishlist · Share
Sparkx Concierge added this to her wishlist   –  Le Bristol is traditionally elegant yet calm and not overeaing, and the service is the same - really efficient but not stuffy. The spa has the best masseur in Paris, called Peter. (Source: Sonia Rykiel's artistic director, Julie de Libran's Paris, How to Spend it March 2015)
Added Sunday at 4:19pm
 
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