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With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, you may be trying to plan the ultimate London proposal. Let Cupid work his magic by choosing from one of these places to propose in London.

Don’t forget to book your London accommodation soon too because rooms will quickly book up in London over Valentine’s Day. Get your own private and romantic space by choosing a luxury serviced apartment.

  • The Royal Observatory – Planetarium

 

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Looking for a romantic proposal under the stars but don’t fancy the nippy February air? Book a proposal experience at the Planetarium at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.

You’ll get exclusive use of the Planetarium, a great cover story about why, and a ‘Will you marry me?’ written in the stars.

  • Tower Bridge

 

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It’s possible to privately hire the walkway at the top of London Bridge. You can personalise the area, perhaps scatter it with rose petals or fairy lights. The view is sure to evoke feelings of romance.

  • The London Eye

 

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Cupid has his very own capsule at the London Eye. It’s no surprise that this is a popular spot for proposals. Step away from the madding crowds, yet enjoy an exceptional view with Champagne and truffles.

  • St Paul’s Cathedral

 

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Iconic as a place for exchanging declarations of love is the Whispering Gallery in St Paul’s Cathedral. The circular walkway has incredible acoustics enabling you to whisper a proposal from one side to the other.

  • The Sky Garden

 

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The highest garden in Europe will allow you to have a lush green proposal even if the February weather is dull and horrid. The views from the Sky Garden are wonderful and there are plenty of quiet corners to make your own.

  • Kyoto Garden, Holland Park

 

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Kyoto Garden in Holland Park is simply stunning. If you’re after engagement photos which are simply divine, then this is the place to be.

With its Japanese style waterfalls and lanterns, and surrounded by peacocks, it’s certainly a romantic spot.

  • The Shard

 

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Whether you choose the View from the Shard or the Shangri-La restaurant, a proposal here is all about the panoramic views. It really is the height of romance.

  • Hampstead Heath Pergola

 

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Head away from the city centre and enjoy some peace and quiet at the Hampstead Heath Pergola. A hidden gem, this is a romantic spot characterised by climbing vines and historic charm. This is a really atmospheric place in London to get engaged. You can even come back and get married here.

  • Diplomat Cruises

 

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Hire a yacht on the Thames and plan a proposal in James Bond style with Diplomat Cruises. It’ll be a chance to cruise past some of London’s major sights and can include Champagne and even a ride back to your serviced apartment in a Rolls Royce Phantom.

  • SEA LIFE London Aquarium

 

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For a marriage proposal with a difference, get the divers to help you at the London Aquarium. You’re sure to have a surprising engagement and the under-the-sea lighting lends an aura of love.

  • Your own London Apartment

Of course, booking your very own London apartment is ideal for a trip away to propose in London. However, what about using the apartment as your proposal venue too? This way you’ll have complete privacy, memories and be able to make it as unique as you like. Let us help you choose the ideal London serviced apartment for your proposal – get in touch. What about proposing overlooking the Tower of London?

  • Clos Maggiore

 

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Dubbed the most romantic restaurant, Clos Maggiore is no stranger to being the chosen setting for a London proposal. You can even splash out on a private dining room if you like. Plus, the blossom makes for delightful photos.

  • Climb the O2

If you and your loved one have a head for heights, then make your proposal memorable by doing it atop the O2 with their climbing options. You may not look the most elegant in the climbing gear but you’ll certainly feel exhilarated.

  • St Pancras Station

 

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If your courtship has been one of long-distance and travel, then where better to get down on one knee than underneath the kissing statue called ‘The Meeting Place’ at St Pancras?

  • In a magical world

 

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If you are Potterheads then the Warner Bros.Studio Tour is the ideal place to pick for your engagement. Perhaps drop down on to one knee in the Great Hall or as you wander down Diagon Alley or with a Yule Ball backdrop?

  • Kew Gardens

 

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Kew Gardens has a plethora of places to seek out the romantic “yes!” We particularly like the idea of a romantic proposal in the Japanese Landscape or in the Palm House.

  • Westminster Abbey

 

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Bend the knee in a place where royals have married in the beautiful and striking Westminster Abbey. With the towering columns, ornate decorations and impressive stained glass, you’ll certainly get a sense of awe and wonder.

  • Hampton Court Maze

 

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After you’ve taken on the challenge of the enormous Hampton Court Maze, you’ll both be rewarded with a romantic proposal moment in the middle. It’s certainly one way to get the anticipation building.

  • Victoria & Albert Museum

 

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Their marriage was believed to be one of utter undying love, so why not head to the Victoria & Albert Museum for your own proposal. Either pick your partner’s favourite art piece as a backdrop to the moment, or head outside to the wonderful Madejski Gardens.

  • Afternoon Tea

 

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A visit to London isn’t complete without an afternoon tea experience. This delightfully British luxurious affair is the perfect time to reminisce about your relationship and get down on one knee. There are plenty of different London afternoon tea options to choose from.

With 2020 being a leap year, meaning that tradition says women can propose as well as men, make Valentine’s Day 2020 the day you plan a proposal in London.

COVID-19 NOTICE: We are offering discounted rates at many properties during this time. Apartments available for key workers and those who need emergency accommodation due to current accommodation closures. All properties are operating reduced housekeeping services.