Particularly Awesome Travel Guide: 'Spectre' Star Naomie Harris Shares London's Best Insider-y Spots

Returning as Eve Moneypenny in the latest Bond film, Spectre, British actress Naomie Harris recalls the comfort of home.

Clothing, Dress, Shoulder, Pink, One-piece garment, Style, Cocktail dress, Street fashion, Day dress, Magenta,
(Image credit: Archives)

The courses at The Mindfulness Project involve meditation, discussion, and lectures on living in the present. 

Morning Gloryville, an immersive morning dance party. Best way to start any day!

Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club or Union Chapel, an incredible place combining a church, music venue, and space for the homeless and those in crisis. 

Nama Foods, a raw-food restaurant in Notting Hill. 

Regent's Park on the weekend. 

The Everyman in Hampstead.

Alfies Antique Market, where I bought a gorgeous Art Deco chandelier for my hallway.

I don't think good nights' sleep are really what London is great for! For sleep, I head out of town to Champneys Spa in Tring.

A walk along the South Bank.

Deliveroo, the best app for fine dining takeouts.

La Poule Au Pot.

Indaba yoga studio.

Hampstead Heath.

The Donmar.

Big Green Bookshop.

Portobello Road Market, for its vibrancy and variety. There's great food, antiques, quirky art, furniture, clothes, fabrics, etc., and it's the perfect place for visitors to pick up non-cheesy London souvenirs.

Waze driving app.

Bumper cars at Namco Funscape!

A good book and snuggle in my Coco-Mat mattress, made of natural materials from renewable sources—the world's healthiest and most comfortable mattress ever. 

Follow her @NaomieHarris

A version of this article appears in the December issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands November 17.

Follow Marie Claire on Instagram for the latest celeb news, pretty pics, funny stuff, and an insider POV.