With Valentine’s day fast approaching, here’s a few ideas of what you and your loved one can do to celebrate…

Take a tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe and enjoy an afternoon tea: for those who enjoy a bit of culture, why not take a guided tour of the Shakespeare’s Globe, revealing the history behind this replica of the original. Afterwards, enjoy the Swan’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream Afternoon Tea inspired by the characters from the play.

Enjoy afternoon tea with a bottle of prosecco at Doubletree in London’s Hyde Park: for those who want a relaxing time, why not pay a visit to the DoubleTree London Hyde Park and tuck into a classic afternoon tea with a bottle of prosecco to enjoy!

Enjoy a bit of fine dining with a difference at the Dans Le Noir: for those looking for a bit of a quirky dining experience, pay a visit to Dans Le Noir during which you won’t be able to see your partner let alone what you are eating! This unique experience will reawaken the senses as well as giving you plenty to discuss afterwards!

Champagne and cinema evening at the Luxury Courthouse Hotel: who can resist a film and champagne? This hotel which used to be a courthouse presents a different cult classic film every Saturday evening making it a perfect gift if you are celebrating Valentine’s Day a bit late.

Take in breathtaking views of London at the top of the Shard: what better way to spend your Valentine’s evening than taking in the views of London while sipping on a glass of champagne, complete with music performed by a harpist in the background.

Enjoy a spa treatment and lunch for two at The Athenaeum:  for those looking for a bit of indulgence, head to this hotel in Mayfair and make the most of the spa facilities ncluding a sauna and steam room as well as the hot tubs. Choose two 30-minute treatments, selecting from a facial, scrub, massage or detox wrap, or opt for one 60-minute treatment choosing either a full body massage or facial, to take place in the couple’s room. Once releaxed, enjoy a three course set lunch with a glass of bubbles each.