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The ultimate luxury guide to London

The hotel: Four Seasons at Ten Trinity Square
 
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Four Seasons arrived on the London hotel scene last year, transforming the former port authority building opposite Tower Hill into a grand, Grade II-listed retreat. La Dame de Pic, helmed by the namesake Anne-Sophie, rapidly garnered a Michelin star, but its next-door neighbour Mei Ume is also worth a visit, especially if you want to try Chinese takeaway classics with a fine-dining twist (crispy chilli veal, Hereford beef fillet in black pepper sauce) and creative sushi (tuna with parmesan and black truffle). New for 2019, the hotel has unveiled its Residences – apartments of varying proportions that are about four times the size of the average London flat. Vast lounges, huge kitchens, enormous bathrooms and marble corridors come as standard, as do the biggest, most-high-definition televisions you've ever seen, a high-spec kitchen and a private terrace. Guests will also have access to the hotel's members' club during their stay. You'll be cancelling your own tenancy agreement in no time.
The Residences at Four Seasons Ten Trinity Square, from £850 a night for a one-bedroom apartment, seven-night minimum stay. Visit fourseasons.com/tentrinity.

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The brunch: Coya Mayfair
 
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The bottomless brunch at Coya in Mayfair is where to start a party early on a Saturday. With cocktails on tap for the first hour and a Latin band livening things up, good times are guaranteed. The Pisco sours will flow as you enjoy dishes such as ceviche, tiraditos and Nikkei rice, and guacamole that's mashed table-side. Save room for the desserts, which are served in free-flowing, self-service form, and – obviously – more cocktails.
The Coya Signature Brunch costs £95 a person. Visit coyarestaurant.com.

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The salon: Salon64
 
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Ricky Walters may not have even turned 30, but he's already the proud owner of a Soho salon that's shaking up London's hairdressing scene. Having secured investment from his affluent clients while sharpening his scissors at Daniel Galvin at the Corinthia hotel, he branched out on his own last year and the result is this stylish sanctuary that's more members' club than salon. Harsh lighting and uncomfortable sinks have been replaced with firepits, brass accents and barista-made coffee (there's a licence if you prefer some fizz). Ask for Stevie for a great blow-dry; and Joey for colour mastery.
For more information, visit salon64.co.uk.

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The lunch: SushiSamba
 
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The omakase (which roughly translates as "I'll leave it to you") menu at SushiSamba lets the chef do all the hard work, especially handy for quick lunches on a busy schedule. Rather than working your way through the tempting full menu, where you basically want everything, you'll be served a selection of yellowtail taquitos with avocado and corn miso, wagyu gyoza, ngiri and the trademarked El Topo – consisting of a surprisingly successful sushi combination of salmon and mozzarella. Go hungry and leave with every possible craving satisfied. There'll also be a cocktail of the week to wash it all down with.
The menu costs £58 a person. For more information, visit sushisamba.com.

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The bar: Fitz's, Bloomsbury
 
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Part of the new Principal hotel on Russell Square, Fitz’s serves up potent cocktails under a glitter ball, with velvet chairs and antique rugs (elegantly put together by Russell Sage Studios) creating an atmospheric literary lair, perfect for Virginia Woolf's London postcode.
For more information, visit fitzs.co.uk.

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The restaurant: Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at Corinthia Hotel London
 
Cristian Barnett

This restaurant may have only been open for a few days, but since Tom Kerridge (and his co-pilot Nick Beardshaw) are manning the kitchens, it was understandably met with instant success. The menu showcases classic British dishes at their finest, with even fish and chips elevated to spectacular (you'd be hard pushed to find a crispier batter in London). Tom is no stranger to Michelin stars; something tells us he'll be adding to his constellation before long.






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