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You may or may not have heard, but the UK is experiencing something of a bee crisis. Our native bee population has declined in recent years, so much so that some farmers are importing thousands of them from elsewhere. Bees are essential to the environment and our food supply, which is why these London hotels […]

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7 London hotels to learn a new skill for the New Year.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 6, 2015

If your New Year’s resolution is to broaden not just your horizons but your mind, a stay in one of London’s top hotels could be the perfect start to 2015. Several of them offer master classes which will teach you practical skills such as how to make the perfect cocktail or the best roast dinner. […]

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It’s been a good few weeks for bees. Last week, we took a look at the new ‘bee hotel’ at St Ermin’s Hotel – and at the other London hotels doing their bit for the city’s bee population – and this week Newcastle University may have discovered a pesticide that could help save our friendly […]

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While new hotels are popping up all over London this year, St Ermin’s Hotel have introduced a different kind of establishment altogether – notable because its guests aren’t human. This month saw the opening of their ‘bee hotel’, the first of its kind in the capital. Declining numbers in bees is a key environmental issue, […]

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The results of TripAdvisor’s 2014 Travellers’ Choice Awards have been released and London hotels, as well as London itself, have made a strong showing. London was named most popular destination in the UK and the third best liked in the world, beaten only by Istanbul and Rome. The city’s hotels certainly have their fans too, with […]

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With International Women’s Day just gone, Red Carnation Hotels are shining the spotlight on female business travellers. Partnering up with Maiden Voyage, a social network for businesswomen who travel, the hotel group has been given their seal of approval. Red Carnation’s six London hotels can now be booked through the Maiden Voyage website, giving members […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – Jan. 2014.

by Rajul on January 30, 2014

Even in the depths of winter, there’s still plenty going on in London’s boutique hotel scene to warm the cockles of visitors and tickle their interest.  Read on for a roundup of all the big stories in January, and a look forward to February. The Milestone Hotel had reason to celebrate this month, when it […]

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We’re in the middle of the festive season, and around the capital boutique hotels are pulling out all the stops to ensure that their guests’ Christmas’ and New Years are ones to remember.  While the last of the turkey, mulled wine and festive chocolates will soon be done with, there’s plenty to look forward to […]

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Last week, the Red Carnation Hotels’ UK teams raised over £10,000 for charity with sponsored running, cycling and abseiling amongst the charitable activities.  The main focus was to raise money for the fifth annual Hospitality Action Week (13 – 19 May 2013) which has run for over 170 years, supporting vulnerable people working in the […]

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NB: the post below was published in 2013.  We’ve since done a more up-to-date rundown of top 10 London hotel afternoon teas in 2014/15 with up-to-date prices and contact info. It’s that time of year when the annual Tea Guild Awards come round again and we’ve done our usual added-value research from their findings to help you track down […]

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Stranded in Mayfair?  If you find yourself in this less than distressing predicament, you may wish to do what we did recently and pop in to the Terrace Bar at the Chesterfield Mayfair for some sophisticated bar food. We’re not talking here about dodgy pork scratchings or a ham sandwich. It’s proper food designed for sharing […]

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In the ‘Sunday Times Top 100 Companies to Work For’, Red Carnation has jumped from 71st to 26th.  The group is already renowned for hiring and retaining great staff and is the highest-ranking hotel group within the list. After making its debut on the prestigious Sunday Times list just last year, the Red Carnation Hotel Collection is […]

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Win an inspiring 3 night luxury hotel stay.

by Saloni on January 15, 2013

Red Carnation Hotels (which have currently sewn up the top 3 London spots on TripAdvisor) are now offering you an opportunity to indulge in uncompromising luxury without paying a penny.  There is a 3 night stay for two in a suite at any of the boutique collection’s 14 luxury hotels up for grabs, accompanied by […]

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The best London hotels for shopaholics.

by Saloni on January 8, 2013

With London’s January sale season now in full swing, Red Carnation Hotels have arranged their very own January sales with some special deals for shopping addicts in search of a touch of luxury as well as bargains. Each of the group’s six London properties is centrally located and an easy hop from all of the city’s major […]

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Christmas at Red Carnation Hotels: a photo blog.

by Saloni on December 21, 2012

This is the moment that the Christmas lights were turned on at Kensington’s Milestone Hotel with a bit of help from three ballerinas from the English National Ballet dressed in costumes from the Nutcracker. Appropriately enough, the hotel is also offering an ultra-deluxe Christmas package called Nutcracker Christmas Extravangaza. Check rates at the Montague Hotel Next stop is the […]

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Top 5 London hotel gingerbread houses.

by Saloni on December 12, 2012

The festive season is definitely in full swing for London hotels.  Christmas trees are going up and stunning gingerbread houses are appearing everywhere!  Both The Langham and Chesterfield Mayfair have returning gingerbread houses that are always meticulously crafted. Take a look below at our top 5 London hotel gingerbread houses.  Why not let us know in […]

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