Mother’s Day is right around the corner and many London locals and visitors alike are already planning how to spend the day in the city. There are many options to choose from, and this guide to some of the best spaces to spoil mum in London this year will help make deciding that bit easier!
The tradition of afternoon tea has been a British mainstay for a long time, but in recent years it’s seen a major resurgence of popularity. It’s not hard to see why, with so many new options available which go above and beyond the traditional afternoon tea offering to give something a little extra to a whole new audience. If you want to spoil mum, indulge her with an Indian afternoon tea in London with us in at Park Grand London kensington.
During your stay at the Park Grand London Kensington there’re plenty of easily accessible attractions which will impress your mum. One of the most beloved locations in the city is Kew Gardens, sure to thrill anyone with a love of the great outdoors or simply keen on a spot of domestic gardening. These lavish gardens host displays and exhibits all year round, offering a chance to get closer to the natural world and discover something new.
If you’re on the lookout for a traditional bouquet (or something a little more unique) for mum this Mother’s Day, London is filled with incredible florists sure to make light work of finding the perfect blooms.
Many are popular with visitors enjoying London hotels romantic packages, but serve customers for all kinds of events and commemorations. A few of our favourites include the Botanique Workshop on the Tottenham Court Road, which contains both handmade jewellery and delicately crafted bouquets, the eye-catching floristry on offer at Rebel Rebel, and the home-grown wonders at The Allotment Florist, where you can also attend a series of workshops on creating your own bouquets, all year round.
If you prefer to keep things low-key this Mother’s Day, then a visit to one of London’s beautiful Royal Parks could be just the ticket. There are many to choose from, each with their own distinctive character. Why not pack a picnic and treat mum to a day out enjoying stunning natural surroundings at Richmond Park, or show her the views in Hyde Park? Alternatively, a trip somewhere like Kensington Gardens places you in close proximity to a royal palace which you can both tour, as a way of creating a day she won’t forget.
London’s West End
There are lots of incredible shows on in the city’s premier theatre district, and this is certainly one of the most remarkable ways of treating mum! Whether you opt for a major new stage play, a lavish musical or anything in-between, the London stage is an experience like no other, so have a browse of ‘whats on’ and take your pick!