Mother’s Day is just around the corner and we have put together our suggestions of some ways to spend some quality time with the most important lady in your life.
Columbia Road Flower Market
Every Sunday London’s most renowned flower market springs up on Columbia Road. Everything from bedding plants to banana trees are available from the Columbia Road flower sellers, many of whom grow their own plants or import from around the world. Popular with tourists and Londoners alike – Columbia Road Flower Market gets very busy, so get there early to avoid the crowds. This weekend., why not create your own bespoke Mothers Day bouquet – there’s bound to be the perfect selection of gorgeous flowers to be found here in the flower market. Columbia Road is also home to sixty independent shops, galleries, cafes, pubs and restaurants perfect for a leisurely lunch.
Mothers Day Afternoon Tea at The Capital
Treat Mum to an indulgent Afternoon Tea, our sister hotel The Capital are renowned for their traditional Great British Afternoon Tea, featuring sandwiches made with bread from their own bakery, homemade scones and sweet treats created by acclaimed Pastry Chef Claire Clark. Between Monday 20th and Sunday 26th March The Capital are inviting Mothers to enjoy Afternoon Tea complimentary when joined by 3 others.
Mothers Day Shopping Package
Treat yourself and Mum with a shopping break. Stay at The Levin and take advantage of our “Shop Until You Drop” package, as the closest hotel to Harrods, we are the perfect choice for London shopping breaks. From £350 per room per night including one nights accommodation for 2 in a King or Twin room, continental breakfast and a £50 Harrods, Rigby & Peller or Topshop voucher.
Behind The Scenes at The Royal Albert Hall
Go behind the scenes of this much loved building and gain access to parts of the Hall usually off limits to the public. See back stage areas including the dressing rooms where world renowned stars have prepared to perform and acquire a rare insight into how the show, hospitality and technical teams come together to stage over 390 events a year. There may be opportunities to catch a glimpse of that night’s performers rehearsing and makes an excellent pre-theatre experience.
Kensington Palace – Diana: Her Fashion Story
This newly opened exhibit follows the evolution of the Princess’s style. Discover how she used her image to inspire and champion the causes she cared about through this exhibit of some of her most iconic outfits. Kensington Palaces also celebrates Diana with a new temporary White Garden, visit this Spring and relax with a stroll through the tulips, forget-me-nots while classic English white roses will bloom this summer.