Sommer Hotspots in London 2023
© The city of Thames is worth a visit at any time of the year. But especially in summer there are some To Dos that should not be missed.

The Best Summer Hotspots in London 2023

The Thames City is always worth a visit - in winter as well as in summer, it 's lovely to come here. But especially in summer there are some summer hotspots in London that you should see!

16 June 2023

Open Air Summer Theater

Sommer Hotspots in London

© Shutterstock

London loves its theaters and has a pretty high density of them. There's a particularly beautiful location, however, only as a Pop Up variant in summer: the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre. On the program are different productions. So you can see musicals here as well as plays and family-friendly performances. Until the end of September, magical moments flicker across the big screen. If you wish you can order picnics in advance or stock up on drinks at London's longest theater bar. Tip: London's nights can get chilly even in the middle of summer; pack a blanket!

Bloom Rooftop Bar

© Four Seasons

Fans of James Bond know the facade of the Four Seasons Hotel at Ten Trinity Square. That's because it already made an appearance in Skyfall. Of course, the hotel also scores with inner values. It's crowned by a wonderful rooftop bar, which celebrates its debut with décor by luxury florist Wild at Heart this year. The result is a green rooftop urban oasis. Here, they serve drinks and snacks, such as sesame-crusted tuna and local cheeses. The view couldn't be more beautiful. In addition to the Tower of London, The Shard, Tower Bridge and the Thames are also part of the breathtakingly beautiful panorama. If you like, you can treat yourself to a seat in the VIP area complete with loungers. Open until August 31!

The Serpentine

Sommer Hotspots in London

© Shutterstock

Perhaps one associates Hyde Park more with the winter spectacle Winter Wonderland. But also in summer, one of the largest inner-city parks in the world has a lot to offer. For example, you can swim here. The place for swimming is the 11-hectare lake The Serpentine. It's the result of a damming of the Westbourne and in its present form since 1730 one of the places where many Londoners spend their leisure time. Its eastern part is suitable as a summer hotspot in London. Because here you can swim! In the summer months the Serpentine Lido is open to all as a separate area in the lake.

Studio Frantzén Summer Terrace

Sommer Hotspots in London

© Studio Frantzén

When Nordic gastronomy meets Asian influences, Björn Frantzén was probably at work. The new restaurant of the renowned chef - his restaurant in Singapore holds three Michelin stars - is reminiscent of his flagship restaurant in Stockholm in terms of design and aesthetics. The setting, however, is a bit more luxurious. Indeed, home to Studio Frantzén is the rooftop of Harrods in Knightsbridge. On the menu are signature cocktails with premium ingredients from the far north as well as à la carte dishes with the typically bold flavors for which Frantzén is known. Tip: Lobster with Curried Hollandaise and Mirin.

Silent Sounds Boat Party

Check out this post on Instagram

A post shared by SilentSoundsUK (@silentsoundsuk)

The warmer the weather, the closer you want to get to the water. In the case of the Silent Sound Boat Parties, you can even get out on the water. While the two-story party boat glides past the most iconic sights of the city, dance enthusiasts indulge in the hot beats of their own choosing from their headphones. They range from EDM & House to party anthems and dance floor hits. Because it's such a special feeling to dance while sightseeing, enjoy good drinks and see Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Canary Wharf or The London Eye at night, Silent Sounds should definitely be on the list of the best summer hotspots in London.

Scroll to Top