8 things to do in London in July 2022






Georgia Brown




July has arrived faster than we could say “summer” and just like that, we’re halfway through 2022.

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If you’re struggling to make plans before the good weather disappears, we’ve got you covered. Among the best new rooftop bars in London to unbeatable parties, stunning immersive art installations and ideal locations around town to watch Wimbledon, the team HELLO! spotted the best of what’s on the London guide.

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Whether you’re a seasoned local or just visiting for the day, our roundup of the best things to do in July is the perfect way to explore glorious London.

The best alternative activities to do in London in July

Climb the O2 Climb for Two

If you’re looking for an adventure in the city, why not take a walk on the wild side? You’ll love this unforgettable guided expedition on the roof of London’s O2. Suspended above the iconic tent canvas, you and an adventure buddy will make the 365m journey to the summit, 52m above the ground.

To book, go to virginexperiencedays.co.uk

Sign up for a free dance class with Sweaty Betty & Mejuri

Mejuri has partnered with sweaty betty to bring together the boldness of gold and the power of sweat for an exclusive dance cardio class and community gathering in London, England, taking place on July 9 at Shoreditch Gardens.

If you’re looking to sweat it out this weekend, Mejuri and Sweaty Betty are inviting their fans to sign up to take part in outdoor programming and help them further develop their sense of community – celebrating the occasion with a donation on behalf of of each participant. at Prince’s Trust, a youth charity which helps young people aged 11 to 30 find employment, through education and training.

To register for free, visit www.eventbrite.co.uk

The best luxury things to do in London in July

Tour the State Rooms of Buckingham Palace and savor lunch for two

Explore London’s rich Royal Archives as you step into centuries of British history at the famous Buckingham Palace. Soak up the atmosphere as you explore the 19 State Rooms, including the majestic Throne Room and the Great White Drawing Room. You will see priceless paintings and some of the greatest treasures from the royal collection such as paintings and sculptures.

End your day like a Queen with a three-course lunch at Gordon Ramsay’s signature River Restaurant at the Savoy.

To book for two, go to virginexperiencedays.co.uk

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Five Star Spa Day with Prosecco at Hotel Montcalm

Forget the stress of the week with this Spa Relaxation Weekend with Treatment and Prosecco at the 5* Montcalm Hotel, London Hotel, London for one.

Far from the hustle and bustle of the busy streets of the capital, escape to the magnificent sanctuary of the Montcalm hotel. Upon entering the oasis of tranquility, take full advantage of one-hour access to the spa facilities, including a Swedish sauna, steam room, monsoon shower and swimming pool. To help enhance relaxation, you will be provided with a glass of Prosecco to celebrate your down time in style.

Your day at the spa includes a 50-minute treatment of your choice, selecting either a deep tissue massage or a Swedish massage. Relaxation has never been so easy.

To book, go to virginexperiencedays.co.uk

Best restaurants and food spots in London in July

Take your next date night to new heights at Aqua Kyoto

Aqua Kyoto is the West End’s best kept secret. If you’re looking for a chic rooftop in London with stunning views, eclectic cocktails and a mouth-watering menu, you need to add this to your ‘summer in town’ wish list.

This glamorous hotspot is a short walk from Oxford Circus tube station, offering innovative and contemporary Japanese cuisine with a stunning rooftop terrace.

Perfect for balmy date nights and long summer days, Aqua Kyoto is the perfect place to enjoy the London sunset while sipping Japanese-inspired cocktails. Menu highlights include salmon and avocado maki rolls, shrimp and shiso tempura served with yuzu kosho mayonnaise, and fiery rock prawns.

To book, go to aquakyoto.fr

Enjoy an exceptional riverside dinner at The Glass Rooms

Take your date night to the next level in London’s riverside Glass Rooms on the River, new for summer 2022. Nestled in the shade of 150-year-old London plane trees on the quayside of the tower of London, the Glass Rooms offer a dining experience with 360º views of the most famous landmarks of the Thames.

HELLO! was seriously impressed with the ever-changing, sustainably inspired menu, emphasizing the best seasonal British produce to showcase the freshest ingredients. From mouth-watering 38-day-aged beef to fragrant halibut drizzled with champagne butter, dining at The Glass Rooms is nothing short of a five-star experience.

Dining inside these glamorous capsules can be anything you wish, with Bluetooth speakers allowing you to connect your own device and impress with your very own playlist. Whether you’re listening to bluesy jazz at sunset or dining at ABBA, create your own atmosphere in your private space.

To book, go to theglassrooms.co.uk

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