“Online Editor, Simon Wittenberg, heads to London’s boutique five-star South Place Hotel on a Saturday Night to sample their cuisine and pre-dinner drinks.
Situated within walking distance of Moorgate station, the luxurious South Place Hotel describes itself as the City of London’s first art hotel with soul, and is also the first hotel to be operated by the D&D London group. For a property which only has 80 bedrooms, it offers a multitude of venues to eat and drink.
For a pre or post-dinner beverage, there’s the Secret Garden which has been transformed into the Rose Riviera until this September, thanks to a partnership with Minuty, the producer of Cotes de Provence wine. There’s equally Le Chiffre (a city speakeasy), the 3 Bar, and finally the Angler Terrace, which is supposedly one of the most in-demand rooftop spots in the Capital.”
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