There are many iconic spots that litter London, but arguably one of the most coveted spots in the city is the nook, filled with pastel-coloured houses and the infamous stalls of Portabello Road Marked, that is Notting Hill. So naturally, many of you will be heading to the west London spot this upcoming bank holiday. Well, whilst visiting, we think that The Laslett is that place you should be spending your time at.
Promising to bring both the party and respite desired from a four day weekend, the eclectic hotel has two exciting new offerings for its visitors to enjoy, both of which hope to cater to the needs of workaholics across the city. If a day spent sipping on cocktails and indulging in some seriously divine cuisine is what you are after, then a trip to the establishment’s newly launched outdoor terrace, dripping in decore inspired by the beauty and oppulance of L.A., is a must. In honour of the Queen’s Jubilee, the hotel’s The Henderson Bar & Kitchen are offering up the sumptuous The Royal Treatment Menu, packed full of creamy trifle and an especially crafted cocktail, all of which can be enjoyed from the scenic new addition to the hotel. Alternatively, ladies who love to brunch will be rendered satisfied by the hotel’s new breakfast-meets-lunch menu. Sun, alfresco dining and a long weekend, what more could you want?
Now, while many of you will be looking to let your hair down over the coming weeks, some of you will be experiencing that all-too-relatable mid-year burnout. But, fear not, as The Laslett also has the perfect remedy for this. Also hosting a Recharge Rooms residency this summer, the hotel has invited some of the names spearheading the wellness industry to design a set of procedures designed to boost immunity and energy levels in guests. With ease also in mind, those in search of their wellness fix can rest assured that all of the treatments on offer are low touch and easily mouldable around your bank holiday plans.
So, with The Laslett promising to serve up the best of both worlds this summer, it becomes clear that Notting Hill is the only place to be this upcoming bank holiday weekend.
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