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Galvin at Windows
Galvin at Windows
Whisky Mist
Trader Vic's
Whisky Mist
 

 

With impressive views over Hyde Park, a Michelin-starred restaurant and an innovative spa, the flagship Hilton hotel promises high living, luxury dining and true relaxation.

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London Hilton on Park Lane

The Hilton's flagship hotel lives up to its Park Lane address.

22 Park Lane, London, W1K 1BE

Tube: Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

The Hilton's flagship property, this impressive hotel commands lovely views over Hyde Park and London's cityscape. This place has got to live up to its Park Lane address so expect slick service and high-living. After a busy day of testing your credit card limit on Bond Street, the Hilton's 28th floor boasts Galvin at Windows for cocktails, Michelin-starred French cuisine and unrivalled views. For those looking to do something a little more fun, try the Chocolate Afternoon Tea, full of delightful treats such as scones, cupcakes and chocolate miniature fancies. Stepping out of the hotel, Hyde Park is right on your doorstep, while London's theatres, museums and galleries are all just a short distance away.

 
 
 

Galvin at Windows

Enjoy traditional French cuisine and spectacular views at this Michelin-starred restaurant.

22 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1BE

Tube: Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

There are two genuinely terrifying things about the Hilton's 28th-floor restaurant Galvin at Windows: the first is the sheer distance from the ground; the second is the scale of the bill. Chris Galvin is most famous for a wonderful bistro in Baker Street, where he serves a similar menu of traditional French cuisine (though with fewer gourmet flourishes) for around half the price. There is nothing wrong with the food at Windows, which offers a combination of simplicity and style that is rare in top-end restaurants. It is just a bit galling to think that you could be eating the same stuff for so much less money. But of course, this is not a restaurant where the bill simply reflects the food: the view is absolutely as spectacular as you would expect, making this a wonderful place to take a date, impress a client or simply check out the greatest city in the world. Just be careful about which table you are booking, because there are a couple in the middle where you can hardly see anything.

 
 
 

Podium Restaurant & Bar

This relaxed restaurant serves the renowned Hilton breakfast and a chocolate afternoon tea.

Hilton on Park Lane, 22 Park Lane, 22 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1BE

Tube: Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

As well as the renowned Hilton breakfast, the Podium Restaurant and Bar, housed within the London Hilton on Park Lane, serves lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Based around European cuisine, the menu features a number of classics and has something for everyone. The star of the show, however, is the Confessions of a Chocoholic Afternoon Tea. As the name suggests, it takes a chocolate-themed twist on the sweet tradition. With a theme based on Pop Art greats like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, it serves up chocolate chip scones with chocolate praline spread, cupcakes and miniature fancies displayed on an edible chocolate plate.

 
 
 

Whisky Mist

The renowned celeb hotspot reopened in 2014 with a bran-new look.

Hilton Hotel, 35 Hertford Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 7SD

Tube: Green Park Station , Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

London's renowned celebrity hotspot - a favourite haunt for every class of celeb from footballers to royals - returns in 2014 after an extensive two-month refurbishment. The new Whisky Mist has been overseen by nightclub owner Nick House (who is also co-owner of Mahiki and Bodo's Schloss) and a team from top clubs in Europe to reveal "a darkly glamorous new spin on its Scottish heritage". Clubbers can dance till dawn in rooms decorated with suits of armour, coats of arms, crested wallpaper, whisky barrels and the majestic stag after which the club is named. The "gothic chapel" look is completed by stained glass windows, a reclaimed church organ and pews. Cocktails are served in pewter and steel, and leather and horn cups. Opt for the signature Whisky Mist cocktail and you'll get a potent alcoholic drink infused with amber and honey. With the return of Whisky Mist comes its new sister club, Rusty Nail, an intimate, exclusive late-night hangout with a carefully curated line-up of DJs which is, presumably, for VVIPs and is also available for private hire.

 
 
 

Trader Vic's

London's first Polynesian-themed restaurant and the inventors of the Mai Tai.

Hilton on Park Lane, 22 Park Lane, Mayfair, Mayfair, London, W1K 1BE

Tube: Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

Hidden with the Hilton on Park Lane is the surreal world of Trader Vic's, London's first Polynesian-themed restaurant. Opened in 1963, 29 years after Vic "The Trader" Bergeron opened his little saloon Hinky Dinks in California, the restaurant has become a London institution and draws on the French, Oriental and American influences of Polynesian heritage. Further to the food, guests can enjoy a range of cocktails, including the Mai Tai, which Vic invented in California back in 1944, and the London Sour, created in honour of the restaurant's opening.

 
 
 

Spa to You

Try the Hollywood favourite Japanese Nightingale Dropping Facial at this innovative spa.

Hilton on Park Lane, 22 Park Lane, Mayfair, London, W1K 1BE

Tube: Hyde Park Corner Station

 
 

Home to the Hollywood favourite Japanese Nightingale Dropping Facial, the team at Spa to You aren't lying when they claim to 'offer the latest techniques in global spa treatments'. Found on the lower ground floor of the Hilton on Park Lane, the spa certainly offers a diverse range of treatments; as well as the aforementioned ' bird poo' facial, the treatment menu also features Swedish, Thai, Chinese and Polynesian massages, as well as treatments that feature tiger clam shells and bamboo canes.

 
 
 

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