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Oh Christmas tree, oh hotel Christmas tree…

by Laura on December 19, 2016

The run up to Christmas has seemed both incredibly short and long at the same time. It’s now finally nearly here and the festive season is in full swing. Many hotels may be booked up for Christmas, but it’s not too late to check out their trees for an interesting way to explore London. Each year, […]

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If you haven’t yet heard the phrase “Netflix and chill”, it’s possibly because you’re over the age of forty. Either that, or you’ve been living under a rock. Luckily, the Andaz Liverpool Street are happy to help you out… The hotel’s new package sets up an experience for anyone looking for some Netflix and chill […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – September 2015.

by Chris Glithero on September 30, 2015

Autumn is officially upon us and London is feeling a little less crowded after a busy summer! It’s sure to be a short breather though, before the waves of Christmas shoppers and revellers descend on the city once more. Here’s a roundup of what some of London’s boutique hotels have been doing over this period […]

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Andaz Liverpool Street offers startup space.

by Laura on September 3, 2015

Not everyone comes to London looking for fun. Some arrive on business, whether they’re coming from across the world or across the city. London’s hotels need to be prepared to cater for the needs of business travellers, as well as London-based businesses. Providing meeting space is another way they can make a profit, on top […]

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3 fabulous London walks and nearby hotels.

by Laura on July 16, 2015

The recent tube strike made it difficult to get about in London, and there’s another coming up soon. But even though it makes it hard to get to work, if you have a bit of time it’s a great excuse to explore London on foot. There are lots of fun and interesting walks around London, […]

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London is a fantastic place for exploring with children. There’s no end of things to do, and many of them are free. But you can’t be out and about all the time, and hotel rooms can be boring for little nippers. Whether it’s a rainy day or you need to entertain the kids while you […]

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Tech vs. traditional: what do guests want?

by Laura on June 19, 2015

As technology grows and changes, so do hotel guests’ behaviours and expectations. While there will always be a more traditional set of people, it’s the changers and growers that hotels need to keep up with. So while guests begin to adopt new technologies in other areas of their lives, they want to be able to use […]

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Hotels everywhere have been striving to be more eco-friendly in recent years. They recognise the need to look after our planet and that their guests value it too. But many of their green choices are built into the hotel’s infrastructure. From energy-saving light bulbs to sustainable furniture, they’re all fantastic innovations. And some hotels are […]

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4 of the best London hotels for seafood.

by Laura on May 13, 2015

Seafood is just perfect for the spring and summer months. Fresh flavours and light meals are ideal for perking us up after all the comfort food we gorged on over winter. And since we’re an island nation, we have plenty of fresh fish to enjoy. But we don’t eat enough of it and a lot […]

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Andaz hosts exclusive Game of Thrones pop-up.

by Laura on February 9, 2015

The Andaz Liverpool Street will be hosting an exclusive pop-up restaurant this weekend, which will last three days and is only open to competition winners. The restaurant, which will run only from February 13th-15th 2015, will celebrate the fourth season release of the hit HBO show Games of Thrones on Blue-ray and DVD. Named All […]

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Top 3 London hotel minibars with big ideas.

by Laura on January 7, 2015

Some seasoned travellers will say hotel minibars are now redundant. They’re often expensive and offer little to give guests any real pleasure. A KitKat, a packet of crisps and a few miniature bottles are hardly the stuff of dreams. But there are plenty of instances when you’re in your hotel room, feeling a bit thirsty […]

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If you’re waiting for us to stop talking about Christmas, give us just two more weeks. Christmas might not be the only thing happening in December, but it’s one of two events that hotels make a fuss over, alongside New Year. And Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without some special decorations. Every year London hotels get […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – November 2014.

by Chris Glithero on November 28, 2014

As Christmas shoppers from around the UK and beyond descend on Oxford Street and Regent Street in their millions, London’s boutique hotels are bracing themselves for a bumper Christmas. Here we take a look at what’s going on at the capital’s boutique hotels and look ahead to some upcoming properties. The Telegraph published a useful […]

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Today’s hotel customer is an ever more demanding and tech-savvy creature. Not only are hotels expected to be beautiful, efficient and friendly but they’re also now expected to offer consumers the same wealth of choice they get at home, in a bespoke way and as fast as possible please! In fact, as hotels cater for […]

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The Andaz Liverpool Street has unveiled the second room in their ‘Room With A View’ project. Available to book from last month, the room has been designed by artists Patrick Vale and Paul Davis. The project aims to showcase street art inspired by the hotel’s East London location. The first room, which opened in July, […]

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Artist-in-residence schemes at London hotels.

by Laura on September 11, 2014

London’s hotels are often keen to foster and support the arts in their many forms. Recently, Brown’s ran its very first art weekend and the Andaz Liverpool Street began its ‘Room with a View‘ project. The Savoy regularly holds literary lunches with high-profile writers, while The Bloomsbury Hotel holds private dinners for The Royal Society of Literature in […]

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