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On your marks, get set, LONDON!

During this years summer Olympics some may be searching for the fastest swimmer or the highest jumper, but we at Fresh Wata are leaping onto the best rooftop view and relaxing our muscles! Go ahead read along as we get you up to date with the trendiest hotels, eats, bars, and more!

Hotels

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Bulgari Hotel, Knightsbridge, London

Two words describe this hotel located in the heart of Knightsbridge: timeless glamour. Nothing less than pure elegance and top of the line service are offered to guests here. If your not looking to dine skip over to the bar to enjoy complimentary blue cheese stuffed olives accompanied by a delicious cocktail.

The spa downstairs is a must see and the features quartz radiates the energy directly above to the energetic bar.

Zetter Townhouse, Clerkenwell, LondonImage

Looking for a boutique hotel or just an intimate hotel bar away from the tourists, then you will love the Zetter Townhouse in Clerkenwell just steps away from the solar tree in St. John Square. Great bartenders, especially Nico from Italy,mixologists eat your heart out! Ask for the british flag canopy bed and we are sure you will be happy. Next door, breakfast at the Modern Pantry will excite you with fresh and original ingredients.

Spa

ESPA

Relax and recharge your batteries during the Olympics at this luxury spa. The flagship ESPA Life at Corinthia Hotel London is a 3,300 square meter state of the

Imageart facility taking over four floors. It is equipped with a full service hair studio, nail studio and fitness facility. Treat yourself in one of the 17 treatment pods, lounge in its amphitheater sauna, cleanse in the black mosaic steam room or take a dive in the 9 meter steel swimming pool.

Still not convinced? Take a trip on in for yourself you might find it hard to leave.

Eats Drinks & Olympics

Mele e Pere

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Care for Italian? Apples and Pears, translating to Mele e Pere serves authentic Italian cuisine . This family owned restaurant located in the middle of Soho has a menu consisting of both classic and modern dishes using high quality fresh ingredients. With a relaxed casual feel and vibrant space, it brings clients into a welcoming environment. Pick from any of their four menus, A la carte, lunch, Pre-theatre or drinks and cocktail menu.

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Whether you are in for a meal or at the basement bar trying to decide on a wine, you will be in for a treat.

Coq d’Argent

Coq d’Argent was awarded the number one spot as “Best roof top bar and restaurant” in the world by CNN. Come here for a great view overlooking landmarks like St. Paul’s Cathedral, Mansion House and Monument to name few.

ImageServing world class French cuisine and with one of the most experienced sommeliers at D&D London, this is a must go to spot.

Cod d’Argent knows everyones excitement for the olympics, so it will be screening live coverage through 50’’ plasma screens. Can it get better than this? Why of course! Great view, great wine and great specials.

Be sure to check online for weekend specials on special menus created by the head chef himself Mickael Weiss. Check out their special on: Food lovers guide to the Olympics! 

The Rooftop Gardens: Babylon

Options, options, options, and we are giving you some good ones! We personally recommend Babylon Rooftop Garden! Image

Go there for some delicious food or drinks! The rooftop is incredible, located on the 7th floor with amazing views of the London skyline. Drop on in as The Roof Gardens joins the Summer Olympics excitement as they host different fun events and screenings!

Pollen Street Social

ImageFamous chef Jason Atherton has opened his own restaurant company, with his flagship restaurant located in the heart of London called Pollen Street Social. This British chef is cooking up great dishes and they are not staying within Pollen Street Social. Atherton’s recipes have appeared in magazines and newspapers such as: The Sunday Times, The Observer Food Monthly and Waitrose Food Illustrated. Pollen has both a social and dessert bar along with its restaurant and kitchen.

To top it off, chef Atherton is a supporter of up and coming British artists. You can eat a meal or have a drink as you enjoy cutting edge artwork pieces throughout the restaurant.

London Eye

Whether it is by tube, rail, bus, coach, car or boat, do not miss out on one of UK’s most popular attractions, the London Eye. Enjoy its special extended hours during the Summer Olympics starting July 27- August 12th, 2012 opened from 10 am-12am. Olympic enthusiasts will be able to keep up on Olympic highs and lows with London Eyes LED lights. See guide below so you are up to date with the latest London 2012 Olympics!

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ImageFind out whats going on in London during your trip with this FREE neat app on itunes called Recce. It lets you explore London and find nearby coffee shops, bars, restaurants, must see landmarks and more. Recce also includes up-to-date information on London’s Underground Subway or bike hires. Let your trip not only be memorable but hastle free, making the most out of your stay!

Safe Travels

Fresh Wata Team