Monday, 18 January 2016

Places to rest and relax in London

When thinking of London it’s very unlikely that rest and relaxation is at the forefront of your mind. However, you would be surprised at how many R&R activities and facilities are available to you when in the city. From secluded garden spots to spas and tantric massage, if you want to lay back and recover from a hard week at work, London can provide for you. Here are some of our top recommendations to chill out:

Victoria and Albert museum


Victoria and Albert Museum
If you want some peace and quiet, the library is always an ideal place to go. It’s not for everyone, but there are plenty of us out there who find browsing a few art exhibits and reading books incredibly restorative. The Victoria and Albert is an ideal haunt for readers and peace lovers alike.

Establishment Agency Tantric Massages

Book a Tantric Massage
If you’ve never had a Tantric you have no idea what you’re missing. Unfortunately we cannot demand you go get one right now, so we highly recommend it. So if you’re up for a sensual experience of a lifetime try a tantric massage with this fantastic company, you won’t regret it.

Hyde Park

Go for a walk in Hyde Park
It’s always nice to go for a walk in Hyde when you’re sick of the hustle and bustle of the city and you want some fresh air and greenery to observe. Although there are eight royal parks in London to choose from, Hyde Park is the best and the most iconic.

Great night shot of the Thames


Stroll along the Thames
Although this is somewhat similar to visiting Hyde Park it’s a different environment entirely. Some people like to relax on the grass, some people find a body of moving water better to calm them down. Choose one based on your preferences!

Aman Spa

Go to a Spa

We know this one is pretty obvious but London has some very fine Spa’s to offer. From luxury to budget, you’ll find the ideal place to relax if you spend a bit of time researching. If you don’t want to do that, we suggest trying the Aman Spa.

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