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London

London

Second only to New York in Time Out's 'World's Greatest Cities' list, London is an endless quarry of culture, colour and charm. Stay Inspired in five-star luxury at Conrad London St. James and experience the city like a local. Book your stay today and receive return car transfer to Elizabeth St Belgravia and a welcome surprise on arrival.

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Explore St. Paul's
Cathedral
Explore St. Paul's
Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London, and is one of the most famous and most recognisable sights of the capital. Designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren, the cathedral is home to a legacy of historical events including the funerals of Lord Nelson, the Duke of Wellington, Sir Winston Churchill, and Margaret Thatcher. It is also famed for its lavish weddings, including that of Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, and is home to the thanksgiving services for the Silver, Golden and Diamond Jubilees, as well as the 80th and 90th birthdays of Elizabeth II.

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Enrich Blue Boar
London
Enrich Blue Boar
London

The Blue Boar offers contemporary British dining in the heart of Westminster. Head Chef Michael Riordan combines fresh, regional ingredients to deliver a mouth-watering menu that celebrates the very best of what each British season brings. Farm sourced succulent meats and freshly caught seafood from the Devon and Cornwall coastline feature on a menu that is as perfect for a light lunch as it is for a decadent dinner.

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Escape Sarah Chapman
London
Escape Sarah Chapman
London

Skincare authority Sarah Chapman is London’s most sought-after facialist. Loved by A-list celebrities, beauty editors, socialites and facial obsessives everywhere, Sarah Chapman’s discreet, chic Skinesis clinic in Chelsea has become the ultimate destination for those pursuing perfect skin. Lauded in every glossy magazine, from Vogue to Elle to Tatler and Marie Claire, Sarah’s exceptional skills have earned her a place in Louis Vuitton’s City Guide of London and the Harper’s Bazaar title of ‘Best Skin Transforming Facialist’.

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Explore The Globe
Theatre
Explore The Globe
Theatre

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre opened in 1997 and is a reconstruction of the original theatre that was destroyed by fire in 1613. Sitting on the banks of the Thames near the Tate Modern, the Globe's summer programme for 2017’s 'Summer of Love' centres around some of Shakespeare's most romantic works including Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, and Much Ado About Nothing. Many performances include pre-show lectures and post-show Q&A sessions.

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At Conrad London St. James
Enrich Emmeline's Lounge
At Conrad London St. James

Named after the 19th century British political activist Emmeline Pankhurst, Emmeline's offers the perfect venue to enjoy a quintessentially British afternoon tea or an indulgent champagne brunch. The inviting ambience of this light and bright lounge is further enhanced by a live harpist, performing unique, classical interpretations of popular contemporary songs. Recognized as one of London's top afternoon tea destinations, Emmeline's introduced a fully redesigned afternoon tea menu for 2016.

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Escape Rachel Vosper
Belgravia
Escape Rachel Vosper
Belgravia

Across two very different, inspirational landscapes, Rachel designed and created fragrant candle collections from her ateliers in Barbados and Devon for over 20 years, prior to launching her own signature brand and London flagship in 2011. At her studio in the heart of Belgravia, you too can learn first-hand how to create your own bespoke candle, personalised from the fragrance library and crafted in an etched glass which will be yours as a souvenir of the day.

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Explore Elizabeth Street
Belgravia
Explore Elizabeth Street
Belgravia

This charming street dates back to the 1860s and is chock-a-block with boutiques and cafés including The Thomas Cubitt House, a light-filled, modern pub and the de facto meeting place for the whole neighbourhood. Donna Ida draws denim devotees for the most highly curated selection of jeans. Across the street, Stivaleria Cavallin has covetable bespoke boots in every manner of leather and exotic skin, handmade in Italy. Head to Philip Treacy, the renowned British hat maker, and finally to Peggy Porschen’s cupcakes sold from her namesake corner bakery – they’re a favourite of Kate Moss (try the strawberries-and-champagne)!

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Polo Club
Enrich The London
Polo Club

Whilst Polo was originally derived from India, England is credited with spreading the popularity of the sport worldwide - originally as a game for military officers. Founded in 1926, the Ham Polo Club is the last remaining Polo Club in Greater London. Here visitors can take part in taster experiences and 1 on 1 lessons with the resident experts within 2,360 acres of Richmond Park, followed by fine dining at Gaucho Richmond.

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Escape Tate Modern
Escape Tate Modern

The Tate Modern is one of the largest museums of modern and contemporary art in the world. The gallery is housed in the former Bankside Power Station, which was originally designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott. With collections such as 'Surrealism', 'American Social Realist Photography', and 'Abstract Expressionism' - and home to works from giants such as Salvador Dali, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse, it’s ideal for art enthusiasts. Exhibiting until 2nd April 2017 is Robert Rauschenberg, a 'must see' for admirers of the American icon.

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Edinburgh

Edinburgh

From the historic old town, with its dramatic castle atop a dormant volcano, to the elegant Georgian New Town, Edinburgh is unequivocally one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Book your stay at Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian and receive a Scottish welcome gift and complimentary guided tour of either the Ghostly Underground or Royal Mile.

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Explore Greyfriars
Bobby
Explore Greyfriars
Bobby

For those in need of some Celtic magic, rub the nose of Greyfriars Bobby on George IV Bridge. Greyfriars Bobby was a little Scottish terrier that belonged to John Gray. Legend has it that when John Gray was buried in Greyfriars Kirkyard, a fierce and loyal Bobby refused to move from his master's grave and sat there for 14 long years to guard his keeper.

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Pompadour
Enrich The
Pompadour

"...one of the most delightful restaurant rooms in Edinburgh, where you will dine in great style." Tatler Restaurant Guide 2014. The Pompadour by Galvin is Edinburgh's finest French restaurant in Scotland, and is overseen by Michelin starred chef brothers. Savour dishes from the à la carte and tasting menus that feature classical French-inspired recipes prepared with locally sourced, seasonal Scottish ingredients - showcasing the very best of the region's produce presented in a unique style.

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Escape Guerlain Spa
Escape Guerlain Spa

Awarded Best Luxury Hotel Spa in the UK at the 2016 World Luxury Spa Awards, the spa at Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian is the only Guerlain Spa in the United Kingdom. Imbued with Guerlain’s world-renowned ethos of elegance and sophistication, their uniquely-tailored beauty and skincare treatments draw on Guerlain's long history of innovation and excellence, allowing for an unrivalled and unforgettable experience.

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Explore Rosslyn
Chapel
Explore Rosslyn
Chapel

‘When I decided to write The Da Vinci Code, I knew that its finale would have to take place at the most mysterious and magical chapel on earth — Rosslyn.’  Dan Brown. Rosslyn Chapel is a 15th century, privately owned chapel founded on a small hill above Roslin Glen. One of Scotland's most remarkable buildings, rumour persists that 'The Holy Grail' resides beneath the stunningly ornate 'Apprentice Pillar'.

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Experience
Enrich Whisky
Experience

Get a taste of the Scottish 'Water of Life' with a visit to Glenkinchie Whisky Distillery. See a unique exhibition on the original Malting Floors, home to the renowned model distillery. Afterwards, your guide will lead you through the distillery production area to learn how whisky is made today. The premium 'Managers Tour' experience also includes your very own copita glass and an exclusive distillery-only Bottling of Glenkinchie worth £80.

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Escape Golf at
Bruntsfield Links
Escape Golf at
Bruntsfield Links

Founded in 1761, the Bruntsfield Links Golfing Society is the fourth oldest in the world and one of Scotland's most prestigious clubs. The mature parkland style course was originally designed by Willie Park Jnr, with later modifications completed by world renowned architects’ Dr Alister MacKenzie and James Braid. Since 2011, the R&A have selected Bruntsfield as a qualifying venue for the Open Championship, a testament indeed to the quality of the course.

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Explore The Palace
of Holyroodhouse
Explore The Palace
of Holyroodhouse

The official residents of the British Monarch in Scotland, Holyrood palace is located at the bottom of the Royal Mile, which begins at Edinburgh Castle. Once home to the ill-fated Mary Queen of Scots, one of the enchanting highlights of this stunning palace includes 'the most famous room in Scotland' - Mary's bedchamber. Queen Elizabeth spends 1 week in residence at the start of each summer.

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Enrich Learn to play
the Bagpipes
Enrich Learn to play
the Bagpipes

No other instrument is more synonymous with Scotland than the Gaelic Bagpipe. What greater souvenir than to return home having learnt the amazing new skill of Ceòl Mór and Ceòl Beag (little music and big music)? At Castle Bagpipes, you can learn the fundamentals with 1 on 1 tuition or a group session with your fellow travellers.

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Escape The Scottish National
Gallery of Modern Art
Escape The Scottish National
Gallery of Modern Art

Set in 2 buildings, Modern 1 and Modern 2, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art is home to an outstanding collection of contemporary art. Explore great works by iconic artists such as Matisse, Picasso, Andy Warhol, Lucian Freud, Damien Hirst, and Tracey Emin. Set in extensive parkland, the gallery contains an outdoor sculpture park where you can experience works by many important famous artists in a truly unique environment.

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Dublin

Dublin

Dublin is a small capital city with a huge reputation whose mix of heritage and hedonism will not disappoint. Wander through cobbled streets and hear the fiddler's jig tempt you into the local pubs for a pint of the black stuff. Book your stay at Conrad Dublin and receive a complimentary Conrad 1-3-5 experience at Kilmainham Gaol.

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Explore Kilmainham
Gaol
Explore Kilmainham
Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol is Dublin's No1 tourist attraction. It’s regarded as one of the most important Irish monuments of the modern period in relation to the narrative of the struggle for Irish independence. It has been, barring the notable exceptions of Daniel O'Connell and Michael Collins, a site of incarceration of every significant Irish nationalist leader of both the constitutional and physical force traditions. Reflect in the eerie atmosphere of the Stonebreakers Yard in Kilmainham Gaol, where fourteen leaders of the Easter Rising were executed at the hands of a firing squad.

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Enrich LEMUEL'S LOUNGE
BAR
Enrich LEMUEL'S LOUNGE
BAR

Lemuel's, named after the famous fictional traveller Lemuel Gulliver (a pseudonym of the celebrated Irish author Jonathan Swift), pays homage to the magic and curiosity of Gulliver's Travels, an international piece of classic Irish literature. With this spirit in mind, we invite you to enjoy a unique and captivating experience. Come with us on a voyage of discovery that takes in new world wines, innovative cocktails crafted by our mixologists, fine food, and elegant afternoon teas with influences from around the globe.

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Escape Irish Museum of
Modern Art
Escape Irish Museum of
Modern Art

MMA is home to the National Collection of modern and contemporary art with over 3,500 artworks by Irish and international artists. The Collection is firmly rooted in the present and important new works are added to the Collection each year. Currently exhibiting are 50 works by one of the greatest realist painters of the 20th century, Lucian Freud (1922-2011).

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Explore Dublin
Castle
Explore Dublin
Castle

Experience the splendour and heritage of the 18th century Dublin Castle, where on the 16th January 1922 Michael Collins (commander in chief of the Irish National army) arrived to receive the handover of the castle on behalf of the new Irish Free State Government following the signing of the 'Anglo Irish Treaty'. Arriving 7 minutes late to receive the keys from Lord Lieutenant FitzAlan, Collins famously retorted, "We've been waiting over seven hundred years, you can have the extra seven minutes."

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Enrich Guiness
Storehouse
Enrich Guiness
Storehouse

Located in the heart of the St. James's Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse® is Ireland's most popular tourist attraction. It's the home of the black stuff, the heart of Dublin, and an unforgettable start to your Irish adventure. The journey begins at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass and continues up through seven floors filled with interactive experiences that fuse Guinness's long brewing heritage with Ireland's rich history. At the top, you'll be rewarded with a pint of perfection in the world-famous rooftop Gravity Bar.

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Escape Powerscourt Estate
Escape Powerscourt Estate

The beautifully verdant gardens of the Powerscourt Estate in Enniskerry, a 20-minute drive from Dublin, make it a perfect spot to unwind away from the city. The grand country estate was laid out in the 1730s, and with 47 acres of rolling parkland, views of the sweetly named Sugarloaf Mountain, the highest waterfall in the country, and a fountain modelled on one in the Piazza Barberini in Rome, it’s a neat example of why County Wicklow is known as the Garden of Ireland. Keen golfers can also tee off on one of the two championship courses on the estate.

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Explore Hipster
Triangle
Explore Hipster
Triangle

If you’re looking for the newly beating heart of Creative Dublin, look no further than the so-called Hipster Triangle (formally the Creative Quarter) around Drury Street and George’s Street Arcade. In the fine old bones of the Powerscourt Townhouse, Article has beautifully curated displays of contemporary tableware and cool, patterned linens. Pick up clean-lined illustrations of city landmarks by Fergus O’Neill at the Irish Design Shop, or pop over to Industry who stock edgy home wares & eco-leather bags. Finally, Costume stocks coveted brands such as Isabel Marant, Roland Mouret, and Antonio Berardi, while Om Diva displays avant-garde Irish fashion.

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Enrich Chapter One

Located in the basement of the Dublin Writers Museum, Chapter One is a Michelin-starred celebration of traditional Irish craft and heritage. Head Chef Ross Lewis steers his team to create a delicate blend of old style dishes with innovative twists. The emphasis of their dishes is placed on organic and seasonal ingredients to produce the best possible dining experience for the customer. In 2011, Mr Lewis created the menu and led the kitchen team for the State banquet at Dublin Castle for Queen Elizabeth the II’s historic visit.

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Escape O'Donoghues
Bar
Escape O'Donoghues
Bar

O'Donoghue's has a rich heritage and stands on a historical site in Dublin city - yet its more modern musical history is the stuff of legends. Ask any Irish man to name the artists or bands that have shaped Irish traditional and contemporary music scene, and 'the Dubliners' always come up. Christy Moore and the Dubliners have spent many a memorable night entertaining Dublin's music lovers in this bar. It’s this spirit that’s kept alive by today's musicians. Live Irish music is played here seven nights a week, commencing at 9pm and at 5pm on Saturdays.

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