A Very British Bleisure Trip

  At the classic Savoy Hotel for afternoon tea

At the classic Savoy Hotel for afternoon tea

I am, admittedly, a complete Anglophile. I want to be covered in a Union Jack print suit while stomping around in white knee high boots. So when British Airways gave me the opportunity to not only head to the most genteel place on Earth but to also fly their World Traveler Plus class, I packed my favorite gold lamé dress and prepared myself to have all those Downton Abbey feels. We started the trip in the BA lounge where I had some champagne and OREO cookies to prepare for the flight. As we boarded, we were offered a glass of champagne, huge reclining seats, pillows, socks and blankets. I cuddled up with all of the things and lulled myself to sleep watching Point Break. It was the easiest flight of my life. They truly are the best at mixing business with leisure (#bleisure anyone?). 

Check out some of my adventures in London below!

*In partnership with British Airways

  The infamous Savoy Foyer for tea

The infamous Savoy Foyer for tea

  Everything at afternoon tea was spectacular including these epic orchids

Everything at afternoon tea was spectacular including these epic orchids

  Having gherkins while seeing the Gherkin at Duck and Waffle

Having gherkins while seeing the Gherkin at Duck and Waffle

  Meeting up with some Beefeaters at the Tower of London

Meeting up with some Beefeaters at the Tower of London

  Strolling through the English park before heading home on British Airways on World Traveler Plus class. Champs anyone? 

Strolling through the English park before heading home on British Airways on World Traveler Plus class. Champs anyone?