Monday, 23 May 2016

The Roof Gardens - London

I may have found one of the prettiest places in London and it is 100ft above London. It is the closest you are going to get to a tropical resort in central London, can you believe all of this is on a rooftop?!

Yes I managed to go to The Roof Gardens in Kensington and I fell in love with the gardens design. They have two sections one of which is heavily inspired by Moroccan design whilst the other has more of an Asian style to it. 

The Asian inspired garden has a small Japanese style bridge over a stream shaped pond that inhabited flamingos! I know how amazingly bizarre, while walking around exploring I had to keep reminding myself we are on the top of a London building and not abroad!  

I wore this stunning jumpsuit from Missi London with some dune lace up sandals and a homemade choker! I am thinking of doing a video of how I create my own chokers what do you think?

Also there were some incredibly cute ducklings just to add to the mix. This garden seemed to have more of a family atmosphere to it with a giant chess set and deck chairs.

The Roof Top Gardens takes up 1.5 acres and to go and see them you either have to be a private Roof Gardens member or book a table at their Babylon Restaurant so that is what we did. I was warned before hand that the portions are small like most London restaurants but I must say that we all were perfectly full at the end of our meal (this included three very hungry men as well!) and we all had no complaints on the food and thoroughly enjoyed it!

I would really recommend eating at Babylon if not for the food then for the beautiful Roof Gardens. I have a tip for you and that is to turn up to you meal very early so you get to spend time in the Gardens. Our meal was at 2.30pm on a Sunday afternoon and by the time we finished our meal the gardens were closing.  

As well as these two gardens they had what looked like an outside seating area for a restaurant, I am only guessing they do events in this area but it is also a nice place to sit and have a drink in the shade.

The Morrocan style garden was spectacular. It included a lounge area with sofas and beanbags as well as a bar that opened at night. They also had a raised seating area with sofas.
Every seating area had garden heaters as well what is a great idea knowing the English weather!

And here shows how high up we were! 

As always here are my outfit details!

Jumpsuit: Missi London (here)
Cardigan: Religion (Sold Out & can not find anything similar sorry!)
Sandals: Dune (similar here)
Bag: Louis Vuitton Speedy. 





1 comment

  1. The world appreciates the writings that include the knowledge and information about everyday science. I like your style and promise to come again and again to increase my skills and knowledge.
    Womens Lingerie


© bee luxury | All rights reserved.
Blogger Template Created by pipdig