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GO Romantic in South East London

Romantic Evenings in South East London Take your partner or prospective partner on a romantic break with a choice of beautiful accommodation and interesting venues to wine and dine the person of your dreams.

Finding somewhere to stay is easy. Go for Edwardian splendour, Victorian classical style or modern chic and do your wooing with a range of fantastic facilities available.

Treat your beloved to a really special night in one of South East London’s top hotels. Head to the stunning Docklands [map] and choose from a selection of hotels offering excellent views across the river.

The Hilton [map], Rotherhithe Street, is one of those hotels that instantly conjures up an image of complete luxury and doesn’t disappoint. With a range of rooms and suites to choose from you can be sure you get the perfect setting.

Alternatively go for another name you can count on at the Marriott Hotels [map], South East venue: County Hall. Dine in style and then choose a suite to really spoil your guest.

Dining makes for a sensual experience with a range of mouth-watering cuisine to choose from.

3 Monkeys [map], Herne Hill, is a beautifully designed restaurant, perfect for a romantic taste of the exotic east and serves both Asian and Indian cuisine.

Nobody does romantic better than the Italians so if you want to get some passion for your amore you’ll find plenty of great venues.

Close to London Bridge you’ll find The Biagio Lanterna [map], Brockley Road. Specialists in home-cooked Italian food with a comprehensive range of freshly prepared cuisine offering a good choice of dishes with vegetarian options and an excellent selection of specially selected Italian wines.

Great care is taken by the chef in personally selecting the finest produce from shell fish, fresh fish and choice cuts of meat and vegetables, and the service is professional, prompt and attentive.

Enjoy some fine dining to really impress at The Blunt’s Dining Room [map], Kennington Lane, Vauxhall. This attractive restaurant, offers really tasty modern British and European cuisine. Freshly cooked real food is personally prepared by chef patron Ijay Blunt. Ijay has developed her own personal style after living and working in more than 30 countries.

There’s splendid panoramic views to be had at The Peoples Palace [map], The Royal Festival Hall. This restaurant and bar is situated on level three of the Royal Festival Hall [map] on London’s South Bank just two minutes from the London eye [map].

A firm favourite with concert-goers, this is the perfect place to dine before heading downstairs and enjoying a programme of world-famous music.

On a similar theme, enjoy one of Shakespeare’s most romantic plays such as Romeo & Juliet or Much Ado About Nothing at the impressive Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre [map], New Globe Walk, and then head to The Globe Restaurant. Here you’ll find a veritable feast of options to suit every taste. With wonderful panoramic views across The River Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral [map] and the Globe theatre itself this is a marvellously romantic venue and sure to have both you and your partner swooning. St Paul's Cathedral and the authentically reconstructed Globe Theatre are marvellous venues for eating and drinking.

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