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With two bank holidays to enjoy this May, London has seen plenty of visitors ahead of the main summer holiday period, and its boutique hotels have been doing their part to entice tourists from near and far. Here we take a look back at some of the main developments over the past month and look […]

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, if everyone’s mother is to be believed. And a hotel breakfast is a special treat that allows us to indulge in a way that we don’t at home. If you’re a hotel breakfast connoisseur, Baglioni Hotels’ new breakfast concept will have you drooling. Their new Breakfast […]

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Love them or not, the royal family are certainly a draw for tourism to the UK, and especially to London. With the arrival of the new princess, it looks like the capital should expect a boom. If the royal baby has inspired you to visit, try one of these hotel packages and offers… A Royal […]

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If you’re still feeling stressed after the holiday season and returning to work, Baglioni Hotel London has the perfect solution. They’ve just revealed their newly renovated spa, designed by Milanese architects Rebosio+Spagnulo. You want to feel looked after in a spa and made to feel special. The Baglioni SPA aims to give you a personalised […]

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Treat the kids to a London stay this half term.

by Laura on September 19, 2014

The kids have been back at school for a couple of weeks now and it may be a strange mixture of a dream come true and a terrible nightmare. It’s great to have them out of your hair, but on the other hand there’s now all sorts of school-related things to worry about. Plus, you […]

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The Italian-owned Baglioni Hotel London do everything with a Mediterranean touch, and their afternoon tea is no exception. I recently went to check out how the Italian backbone of the hotel influences their menu, and even took an Italian friend along to verify its authenticity. On arrival, we were seated inside with a view over the Bellavista Terrace, […]

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International influences in London hotels.

by Andrea on August 15, 2014

Think London, and many think of bobbies on the beat, guardsmen in their bearskins and red tunics, red phone boxes (not as many as there used to be), red buses and black taxis. Very English. Add the curious ceremony of afternoon tea, the full English breakfast and a good slice of roast beef with horseradish, and […]

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The beautiful Baglioni Hotel London is offering a brilliant deal for history, art and fashion lovers. When you book a stay at the hotel with the Victoria and Albert package, you receive complimentary tickets for an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. Having previously offered tickets to ‘The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014′ between […]

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With all the sunshine we’ve been lucky enough to experience recently, it’s the perfect time to sit outside and enjoy a drink and a bite. I recently did exactly that at luxury hotel Baglioni London (which recently celebrated its 10th birthday), sitting out on their terrace  facing Kensington Gardens. The hotel is known for their classic Italian […]

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Baglioni Hotels recently celebrated its 40th birthday and I had the wonderful opportunity to celebrate the occasion with them, at an event also recognising Baglioni Hotel London‘s 10th anniversary. Just in case those two major milestones weren’t enough reason for a party, the evening also marked the opening of Clubino PianoBar, a new hidden-away members club underneath the Baglioni […]

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Best London hotels for music lovers.

by Laura on March 28, 2014

If you’re a fan of musicals, there’s no shortage of conveniently located hotels and musical packages on offer in London. But what if you prefer your music less of a production, with fewer theatrics and less narrative? Where should you go in London for some jazz or piano music while you eat dinner or sip […]

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3 London hotels for the perfect wedding.

by Laura on February 26, 2014

Valentine’s Day has just been and love is still lingering in the air, so we’ve been busy looking at romantic wedding venues. London is a picturesque city chock full of beautiful hotels to hold your big day, which is a blessing and a curse. You have so many different venues to choose from, but it […]

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Tea and coffee trends at London hotels.

by Andrea on November 11, 2013

Once upon a time, your choices used to be limited.  Some hotel rooms had little sachets of Nescafe, and pots of UHT cream or (even worse) non-dairy creamer.  Plus cheap tea bags and if you were very, very lucky a sachet of instant hot chocolate.  Or else you could order from room service of course… Fast […]

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The London Design Festival 2013 – A Guide.

by Saloni on September 13, 2013

The London Design Festival is one of the world’s most eagerly-awaited design events, not least for the inspiration it provides to hoteliers looking to revamp their suites and public spaces.  And this time round, the festival programme will be made up of more than 300 events and exhibitions across the capital, featuring the very best […]

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This time last year, London was in the grip of Olympic fever, and the capital’s many boutique hotels were heaving with sports fans from around the world, eager to enjoy the London 2012 experience in style. This year may be a little quieter, but there’s still plenty going on and many hotels are determined to […]

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With the turn of the Summer Solstice and the beginning of Wimbledon, the great British summer has officially started in earnest.  What have London’s top boutique hotels been up to and what have they got planned for the summer days ahead?  Read on to find out. Red Carnation Hotels have come up with their own […]

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