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Spend an enchanting weekend in London this November

The best ways to enjoy the capital this autumn with The Doyle Collection

With an abundance of parks, cafes and cosy dining options on your doorstep, as well as a wealth of other world-famous landmarks, London is an enchanting destination to visit during the crisp autumn weather.


If you’re staying at…The Bloomsbury

Located in London’s literary heartland, The Bloomsbury is a stylish, lively hotel just a minute’s walk from Tottenham Court Road. The hotel offers 3 fabulous bars and restaurants for guests to enjoy, including the gorgeous Dalloway Terrace, which will be transformed into a gorgeous winter wonderland to mark the changing season. For sophisticated cocktails, the chic Coral Room (designed by interiors maestro Martin Brudnizki) is on hand, or head underground to the atmospheric Bloomsbury Club Bar: a cool destination for late night drinks.

QLE Bloomsbury 1


Visitors will be spoilt for choice with the array of award-winning shows and entertainment on offer throughout the area. Head to the Royal Opera House for an evening of spellbinding ballet performances, or welcome in the festive spirit early with ice skating at Somerset House (opening 13th November). 

Somerset House skating

Somerset House 

If you’re staying at…The Marylebone

Strolling through the lanes of Marylebone Village is a charming way to spend an autumn afternoon. Luxury boutiques, independent cafes and bars line the streets, with plenty of delicious dining opportunities available, including the buzzing 108 Brasserie at The Marylebone. Indulge in seasonal dishes or stop by at the 108 Pantry for a traditionally English Cream Tea, served from midday until 6pm daily.


Cream Tea

108 Cream Tea

The Marylebone is perfectly positioned to enjoy some of the capital’s finest days out. Take a stroll to the nearby Regents Park and spend a day at the ZSL London Zoo. With daily animal events, conservation talks and a wealth of the creatures big and small to encounter, it’s a fabulous day out for all ages. For visitors to the city who want to make the most of London’s famous shopping scene, Selfridges department store is just a short walk from the hotel. Indulge in a range of offerings from the luxury food hall, then browse the most stylish sartorial offerings from a long list of luxury brands and the Selfridges Christmas Store is already open for business…ideal for early Christmas shopping!



If you’re staying at…The Kensington

A stay at The Kensington is always a special experience. With Hyde Park, Holland Park and Kensington Gardens all in close proximity and South Kensington tube station in walking distance, it’s the ideal destination to explore many of London’s most beautiful spots. The hotel also offers exquisite breakfast, lunch and dinner options in the Town House restaurant, plus a charming ‘London Landmarks’ Afternoon Tea, which is a delicious culinary celebration of some of London’s most recognisable landmarks including Big Ben and the London Eye.

QLE Kensington


The Kensington’s expert concierge team are on hand to help guests to secure tickets to some of the city’s most sought after exhibitions and events at the nearby museums and art galleries. Creatives shouldn’t miss Tim Walker: Wonderful Things – an immersive journey into the fantastic pieces shared by the renowned photographer currently showing at the Victoria and Albert Museum. The nearby Kensington Palace is a wonderful spot to visit too, offering visitors the chance to discover the rich history and birthplace of Queen Victoria and the home to young royals for over 300 years.

kensington palace

Kensington Palace