Time is money - and many people are paying to have more of it.
Alcoholic-free drinks aren't generally thought of as sophisticated, but as drinking level go down, the class of a booze-free cocktail is going up.
For the ultra-rich, clubs play a pivotal role in their lives. It’s where they network, get business tips, bespoke service and an offering that goes far beyond well-poured cocktails.
London will showcase Picasso and Frida Kahlo's wardrobe, Van Gogh's tribute to Japan opens in AmsterdamEugene Delacroix at the Louvre, and Melbourne's NGV shares the best of New York's MoMA masterpieces.
Entry ways hidden behind phone booths and refrigerator doors, and a bar that lets you pretend to be a private detective for the night? London's hidden bars are equally parts fantasy and fantastic.
London takes more than 24 hours to really explore, but the tight-for-time can take in a highlights reel - St John Restaurant, The American Bar, Tate Modern, Duck and Waffle - in just one day.