Dip in the Sky

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Take a dip at The Berkeley (originally opened in 1850, relocated in 1972). Here you find the only rooftop pool where the roof opens in London and one of the few in the world. The restaurant Petrus has changed names and is now called Marcus Wareing at the Berkeley after its famous chef who has overseen the kitchen there for the past 5 years. It has regained its 2 Michelin stars in its first year of operation and was named Best Newcomer in the San Pellegrino restaurant awards last month. More about the hotel's history here.

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