Enjoy a chic day of culture and sightseeing before stopping to refuel and shop. We’ve planned the perfect itinerary...
Explore the city
Take a turn in the Tate Modern and wander around the works of Picasso and Warhol before walking to the Tower of London to see the crown jewels.
Or head to the Fashion and Textile Museum to explore the new exhibition - The World of Anna Sui and rock 'n' roll romanticism, opening for the summer on 26 May.
All are within just a 30-minute walk of One New Change!
Grab a bite
From freshly prepared sushi in Wasabi to aromatic Thai takeaway dishes from Pho, there’s plenty of quick bites for when you want to refuel in the City. For grab-and-go salads and sandwiches, we love the new range in EAT., including the delicious houmous wrap and the new super nutty fit box.
Shopping in style
What’s a Saturday without a little spending spree? We love the new Myra Gingham dress from Hobbs. The navy and white check is a timeless classic perfect for a summer’s day. Shop SS17 looks and statement pieces at COS, Kurt Geiger and Reiss, as well as some high street favourites all in a peaceful enclave away from the usual central London hustle and bustle.
See and be seen
Enjoy a picnic (complete with strawberries and cream) while watching Wimbledon on our Roof Terrace this July, or book tickets for Luna Cinema this summer.
If you love cycling, get involved in London Nocturne on 10 June. Line the streets as racing heroes and rising stars take to the central London circuit for the festival of cycling.
Stay for dinner
From Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen, serving up delicately steamed sea bream and hearty surf and turf, with sides of truffled brie mash and honey spiced carrots, to Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa, and rare-roasted tuna with Russian kale and anchovy dressing - the dishes are divine.
We love Madison on the 6th Floor too, for its stunning views and the smoky rich flavour of dishes on the Josper Grill menu, all cooked to perfection on an indoor BBQ. Sipping cocktails under the stars on the rooftop isn't too bad a way to end the perfect weekend...