Keep your cool as the temperature rises in Mayfair

Londoners across the city have been surprised by the gorgeous weather we’ve been having of late. Ok, so there have been a few cold, rainy days, but for the most part, temperatures have reached figures we’re all more accustomed to seeing during the summer months! Keeping cool is a top priority when the temperature rises in a busy city such as London; here are a few tips to help you stay chilled.

Install air conditioning.

The easiest way to keep your cool when the sun is beating down is to have air conditioning installed in your home or office. Mayfair air conditioning can provide a personalised installation that’s designed to suit your individual needs and they’ll ensure your running costs are kept as low as possible.

Relax and unwind.

Rather than dashing from A to B, take the time to kick back and relax when it’s hot outside on one of Mayfair’s roof terraces. Enjoy al fresco drinks at Aqua Spirit Bar – the rooftop terraces provide beautiful views of the city and are the perfect place to relax with an Old Fashioned or Cosmopolitan after work.

Hit the shops.

Mayfair’s fashion boutiques are brimming with styles for spring/summer 2014, so stock up on gladiators, floaty maxi dresses and style staples such as vests to ensure you stay cool! For the widest choice, head to Regent Street where you’ll find designer brands such as Levis and Tommy Hilfiger.

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