Stay & Dine Offer: Explore London in January & February - What To Do in London in January & February

  • A view of Ham Yard Hotel's Library from the entrance, showing a table with artwork and fresh flowers in the foreground, backed by a seating area with sofas and armchairs in floral and neutral colors and patterns, arranged in front of a fireplace with book filled walls on both sides.



Gabrielle Chanel: Fashion Manifesto, Victoria & Albert Museum

Until 25th February 2024

Catch the V&A’s mesmerising Gabrielle Chanel retrospective before it ends in February. Bringing together more than 200 of the designer’s looks, it’s an exhibition that will undoubtedly be discussed for years to come.


The Picture of Dorian Grey, Theatre Royal Haymarket

23rd January 2024 – 13th April 2024

Watch Succession’s Sarah Snook in this hotly anticipated reimagining of Wilde’s much-loved play. Directed by Kip Williams, the show will run for just 14 weeks. Catch it while you can…



Impressionists on Paper,  Royal Academy of Arts

25th November 2023 – 10th March 2024

Discover a different side to the Impressionists through their mesmerising works on paper. From loose sketches to vivid studies in pastel and watercolour, the exhibition shines a new light on the work of Degas, Cézanne and Van Gogh. 



Burns Night Celebration at Ham Yard Hotel
Thursday 25th January

Join us for neeps, tatties and a dram of whisky or two at Ham Yard Hotel for our traditional Burn’s Night supper with Bruichladdich. For early reservations e-mail:


Six Nations Rugby Tournament
From 2nd February 2024

Whether you’re watching from Twickenham or a cosy pub with a roaring fire, the Six Nations always brings a buzz to London in February. There’s no better way to feel like a local.



Winter Walks through London’s Royal Parks

Take a morning walk through one of London’s majestic Royal Parks on a bright winter’s day. Nothing beats the magic of blue skies, crisp air and a sprinkling of frost. Afterwards, head to The Potting Shed at Dorset Square Hotel or Brasserie Max at Covent Garden Hotel for a leisurely Sunday Roast, featuring the finest prime cuts.