Living In London – Neighborhoods – West London

Many an American moving to London looks at the suburb of Mayfair as the first choice in residential accommodation. West London, being central London in effect, is the closest to many of the top tourist attractions and many of the suburbs have a famous history as well as famous inhabitants.

Living In London – Hotels and Fine Dining

Now that you are living in London you’re living in a city that is home to some of the world’s top hotels. By this time you’ll already be settled into your new London apartment, but the concept of dining out at a hotel is still one that is treasured in London and indeed across Europe. Many of the celeb chefs have establishments at the prestigious hotels in London and the dining experience is not for hotel guests alone. Even if you’re not looking for a ‘blow-the-budget’ kind of meal, you can find smaller hotels with interesting and quirky dining experiences.

Dining out while you are living in London is a total immersion experience. It is as much about the ambience and the décor as the food, and while the British can be harsh critics, they do love to try new restaurants and find the latest trendy spots. There are some traditional restaurants that are part of the history of London and are still considered a treat of no small proportions.

Living in London – Live as a Londoner: Part 1

Living in London means that you will be living in one the most exciting and fascinating cities in the world. London is also one of the most important and most visited tourist attractions on the planet, but if you are moving to London you will want to fit in as fast as possible and live life as a Londoner not as a tourist. Here are some great tips that will help you get settled into your way of life as quickly as you are settled into your new London rental.