We at LitApp know how eventful and fun, but also annoying and stressful Valentine’s Day can be. It seems that each time this holiday starts to approach half the people look forward to it, while the other half tends to despise it. This is why we decided to give you some of the coolest Valentines Day events London has to offer this year, regardless of your relationship status.
It doesn’t matter if you’re in a serious relationship or you are single and ready to mingle, Valentines Day in London can indeed be a blast, you just need to know where to look.
As far as those traditional, romantic ideas for Valentines Day in London are concerned, we recommend Bellanger, one of the classiest venues in all of England.
Bellanger is gorgeously art nouveau, covered in polished wood paneling and smoky mirrors, while its stunning golden lighting is certainly bound to set up the mood. There are numerous private booths so you and your date can have some privacy. And the food? It’s a simple yet mouthwatering mixture of French, German and Alsatian.
For those looking for a hotel room after the romantic dinner, we recommend Claridge’s. This high profile hotel is the very definition of luxury that offers a memorable experience that the two of you are going to remember for a long time.
Romantic breakfast in bed? Check! Opulent reception? Check! Sexy rooms and art deco style? Check! Groovy cocktail bar? Check!
While we are in the cocktail bar area… Termini is a must, especially when we talk about Valentine’s singles events London has to provide. This venue is lively, fun, almost always busy, and – most importantly – filled with hot single people!
So many cocktails, so little time…
If you are looking for something completely different, and you are a fan of writing and comedy – this one is definitely for you.
How many of you think those mindless Valentine’s Day cards are lame and flooded with bad and soppy lines? Exactly! This is why you can take your date to The Book Club in Shoreditch that hosts Pundemonium – a fun event of competitive, witty and funny wordplay perfect for those who like to cherish perhaps the most important thing that separates us from mere animals – sense of humor.
If, however, you seek a bit spicier type of fun, try the DIY adult video workshop hosted by TBC (The Book Club) and experience a kinky Valentine’s Day led by sexual liberties campaigner Pandora Blake. Blake will try to teach you how to make fun and hot homemade movies with your partner so you can enjoy them later and improve your game.
Kinky, hot, AND useful!
So there you have it boys and girls – LitApp’s list of fun Valentines Day events London has to offer.