To celebrate the launch of the Summer 2024 collection, we have released a series of travel guides celebrating 12 iconic summer destinations. Discover your road trip starter pack; featuring must-visit hotels, restaurants and more - as curated by Jimmy Choo.



The Twenty Two

Located in the heart of Mayfair, this intimate hotel and members’ club is effortlessly cool.

Chiltern Firehouse

The preferred haunt of London’s A-list, this exclusive hotel and restaurant is housed inside a 19th century fire station.


A true London landmark, this iconic hotel is an ArtDeco jewel and byword for understated elegance.


Overlooking Hyde Park, this Regency style hotel boasts expansive views along with a subterranean spa and health club. 


A new addition to the London scene, this impeccably designed hotel is superbly situated on Hyde Park Corner.



Combining chef Tomos Parry’s Welsh heritage with Basque influences, Mountain was recently awarded its first Michelin star.

The Dover

Bringing the glamour of a New York style Italian to London, this sultry setting is perfect for date night.

Sessions Arts Club

This romantic dining room is known for beautifully presented food and artwork, both of which change with the seasons.


Thanks to its world-class quality, this neighbourhood brasserie has become a firm favourite with Notting Hill locals.


Mountain’s (big) sister restaurant, don’t leave this Shoreditch hotspot without ordering the Basque cheesecake.


The Berkeley Bar and Terrace

This beautifully designed bar celebrates the classics with a carefully curated menu focusing on vintage wines and spirits.

Flute at Broadwick Soho Hotel

Inspired by the vibrancy of the neighbourhood, this rooftop bar features a wraparound bar with spectacular views of Soho.

Red Room at The Connaught

Nestled within The Connaught, this luxurious wine bar is named after its captivating collection of works by visionary female artists.

The Painter's Room Claridge’s

An ode to the artistic haunts of Provence and Italy, The Painter’s Room is an elegant, Art Deco hot spot. 

Bar Crispin

A bijou bar tucked behind the hustle and bustle of Regent Street, serving seasonal plates and low intervention wines.


Sweeties at the Standard

From flawless cocktails to unmissable DJ sets, you’re guaranteed a night to remember at this late-night lounge.

The Box

This revered burlesque club, known for risqué performances, has long been considered one of the hottest spots in the city.

Dalston Jazz Bar

This unassuming jazz club, tucked down an east London side street, is one of the city’s hidden gems.


Tate Modern

This colossal museum of modern and contemporary art, located in a former power station on the south side of Thames, is exhibiting ‘Yoko Ono: Music of The Mind' until the September 1st.

National Portrait Gallery

See history brought to life through photographs, prints and drawings that comprise the world’s greatest collection of portraits

Carpenter Workshop

Blurring the boundaries between art, sculpture and design, this contemporary gallery never fails to surprise or delight.



Luxurious nail bar with a minimal aesthetic – various locations across London.


Beloved hair, beauty and nail bar known for its chic interiors – various locations across London.

Nail'd It

5 salons spread across the city in prime locations. This global nail bar has candy pink locations across the globe – including five prime London locations.


Pilates Studio at Nobu Portman Square

This in-demand fitness destination fuses the principles of classical Pilates and high-intensity training.

Aire Ancient Baths

Hidden beneath the 17th century townhouse of J. M. Barrie, the creator of Peter Pan, is a breath-taking spa inspired by Roman, Greek and Ottoman bathing rituals.

Claridge's Spa

An epicentre of wellness, showcasing healing rituals, a knowledge of restorative body work and the latest bio-innovation to amplify emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing.


Bar Italia

Italian Cafe in the heart of Soho, established in 1949 - open till late night.
A Soho institution, this late-night Italian café, established in 1949, is credited with bringing coffee culture to Britain.

Phat Phuc Noodle Bar

A modest Vietnamese restaurant located in the heart of Chelsea, what this culinary gem lacks in looks it makes up for in flavour.

Hampstead Heath

An oasis of calm in the capital, these woodlands and meadows inspired C.S. Lewis to write The Chronicles of Narnia and continue to offer Londoners a bucolic escape from the city. Enjoy a dip in ‘the ponds’ followed by a pint in a local pub.