Valentine's Day on Regent Street, London
Regent Street is the perfect destination for an extra special Valentine’s Day, showcasing exclusive shops, restaurants, cafés and bars offering some fabulous exclusive experiences, limited edition gifts and romantic menus for two.
This year, Liberty have based their Valentine’s gifts around a classic love song playlist. There is a selection of gifts guaranteed to make your loved one’s heart sing including Frederic Malle’s French Lover fragrance for men and the Too Hot to Handle mini leather shopper bag by Marc Jacobs for women. Treat them to UGG Australia’s sheepskin-covered Fluff Flip-Flop in Baby Pink at £60 or the shimmering Classic Short Sparkles boot at £185. Great jewellery ideas include Folli Follie’s Heart Beat ring for £60 and SWAROVSKI CRYSTALLIZED’s Treasure Box necklace for £232.
Regent Street has two popular food quarters, Heddon Street and Swallow Street and, boasting a selection of restaurants from all over the world, they are the perfect place to take your loved one this Valentine’s Day. The Criterion’s Head Chef, Matthew Foxon, has designed a sharing menu to add to the romance of your evening and a spectacular operatic performance during your dinner, tickets are £80 per person. Dine at Aubaine this Valentine’s Day for £52 per person and you will have the chance to win a beautiful ‘Return to Tiffany double heart tag pendant Necklace’. Visit ICEBAR BY ICEHOTEL this Valentine's Day and experience their exclusive ICEBAR: £60 includes champagne on arrival, a five course meal, ICEBAR session and champagne cocktail. If you fancy a more exuberant Valentine’s Day, Dirty Martini is hosting a Valentine’s Masquerade Party until midnight, with Happy Hour until 10pm, a DJ and free entry all night.
Regent Street hotels have put together some romantic packages this Valentine’s Day. The Courthouse Doubletree by Hilton are screening the classic ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ and this can be combined with a dinner for £55 per person for three course with a glass of champagne. The Westbury is recommending the Luxury Romance Package at £249 per room per night where you can enjoy a Superior King room, glass of Moet Chandon, a long stemmed red rose, a full English breakfast served in the comfort of your own room or in the restaurant and a late check-out. The Terrace Grill & Bar at Le Méridien Piccadilly is offering a special Valentine’s dinner for two with two tickets to the Philharmonia Orchestra’s St Valentine’s Day Gala Concert taking place at Royal Festival Hall on 14 February for only £65pp.The Langham is offering their Happily Ever After package with a bottle of Laurent-Perrier Champagne and Charbonnel et Walker pink Champagne truffles in your room, before enjoying a pre-dinner aperitif in the Artesian, recently voted the ‘World’s Best Bar’. The Happily Ever After package includes a rose petal turndown, full English breakfast, a complimentary late check-out plus a souvenir gift from The Langham Book Butler and is priced from £443 per room per night. Chaun Spa, located within The Langham offers three packages allowing guests to pamper a loved one and reset mind, body & soul together in one of the luxurious double treatment rooms.
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