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London: Stéphanie Coutas’ little black book

The SC Edition agency has just unveiled one of its latest international projects in the heart of the British capital: a stunning townhouse bathed in natural light and brimming with charm. Stéphanie Coutas took this opportunity to let us in on her favourite spots in London:

Stephanie Coutas in London

 

Where to stay: Blakes hotel

 

A place where contemporary design and antiques combine, located just a stone’s throw from London’s best museums.

Ideally niched in South Kensington, Blakes is one of London’s most stylish and original hotels. Designed by Anoushka Kempel, this five-star establishment is a favourite with the hottest names in fashion, film, music and art.

 

Blakes Hotel London

33 Roland Gardens, Kensington, London, SW7 3PF

https://www.blakeshotels.com

 

 

Where to eat : Novikov Restaurants

 

At the far end of Green Park, this chic minimalist eatery encompasses two restaurants (Asian and Italian) and a lounge bar, featuring open kitchens and an on-trend, urban feel.

 

Novikov Restaurant & Bar

50A Berkeley Street, Mayfair, London, W1J 8HA

 

 

Where to go for inspiration : Tate Modern

With its stunning architecture, this former power station is now an art gallery displaying an incredible collection of contemporary artworks.Its 360-degree balcony offers sweeping views over the city and the Thames. Hop on a boat and cruise over the Thames to visit the Tate Britain and marvel at the world’s largest collection of British art.

Bankside, SE1 9TG
Free entry
tate.org.uk/visit/tate-modern

 

Where to enjoy a cup of tea: The Goring

In the heart of the royal district of Buckingham, experience British charm at its finest with afternoon tea in the gardens of this hotel.

15 Beeston Place, London, SW1W 0JW

www.thegoring.com/afternoontea.aspx