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The Corinthia London does well during awards season.

by Chris Glithero on June 2, 2015

Though there are arguably enough visitors in London to go around (a record breaking 17.4million from overseas last year apparently), competition amongst the capital’s luxury hotels is fierce. In this battle for supremacy, each minor victory – a positive review, a celebrity endorsement – is much sought after. But one thing that can certainly help […]

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Splish splash: 6 of London’s best hotel bathrooms.

by Elizabeth Hands on April 9, 2015

Daily life gets in the way of languishing in a bubble bath for hours. But when you take a city break, you can spend as much time as you want pampering yourself before heading down for dinner. That’s why a good hotel bathroom is so important. Here are a few of the best bathrooms in the […]

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The Corinthia’s artist-in-residence programme is now in is fourth year, and the hotel has announced that this year’s theme is opera. The artist selected by the panel of judges will be in residence at the hotel for a month, when they will develop and realise their vision. On the judging panel for this year’s programme […]

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Excitement is building about the newest Bond movie – Spectre. Due for release in October 2015, details about the plot have already leaked out. And one thing is clear: yet again London will be one of the filming locations. So to follow in the footsteps of Bond, where in the capital should you go? Here’s our guide […]

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We previously talked about the best places to get a mani and a pedi in London’s best hotels, but what about male grooming? The practice has become much more popular in recent years and it’s now perfectly normal for a man to spend time and money on his appearance. The Corinthia is making sure that […]

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London’s top 10 hotel bars and why you should visit them.

by Chris Glithero on December 12, 2014

This post lists our favourite 10 London hotel bars (which our bloggers have personally visited) and provides contact information for each. London has a reputation for some of the world’s best hotels and also some of the best bars. So we’ve come up with our own list of top 10 London hotel bars which our bloggers […]

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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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The significant history in London’s hotels.

by Andrea on September 5, 2014

“Mr. Woilde, we ’ave come for tew take yew Where felons and criminals dwell: We must ask yew tew leave with us quoietly For this is the Cadogan Hotel.” John Betjeman’s poem, of which the comedy policeman act forms the eighth stanza, imagines Oscar Wilde awaiting his arrest for gross indecency in 1895. That’s one […]

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September’s upon us, but there’s still time to enjoy what remains of the summer by booking a stay at one of London’s world-class boutique hotels. As for the hotels themselves, they continue to innovate their offerings to keep visitors interested. Here we take a look at the most significant goings-on in London’s boutique hotel scene […]

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London hotels with slow WiFi might soon be forced to admit they have a problem, with the launch of a new website. Hotelwifitest.com lets guests test the speed of the internet connection during their stay at a hotel, then share the results online. So far 72 London hotels have been tested, with the majority of […]

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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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A stay in a London luxury hotel is about enjoying the finer things in life within one of the world’s most exciting capitals. But it should also be a place where guests can get a truly world-class sleep. The Corinthia Hotel is taking some bold steps this month to ensure that that’s the case. The […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – Feb. 2014.

by Rajul on February 28, 2014

With fond memories of London 2012 undoubtedly rekindled by the Winter Olympics in Sochi, London is as popular a destination as ever for visitors from the UK and beyond. Its plethora of top-class boutique hotels offer numerous unique ways to enjoy the city, and with warmer weather and the Easter holidays just around the corner, […]

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Top 5 London hotels for your New Year’s Resolutions.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 2, 2014

Every year, we make all sorts of New Year’s resolutions. But there’s one that’s always on the list, to be fitter and healthier for at least the next 12 months. Sadly, our resolve rarely lasts longer than our annual New Year’s Day walk.  But many of London’s hotels are offering stays and packages which just […]

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Normal luxury versus “special” luxury.

by Rajul on December 6, 2013

London has become one of the globe’s top two five-star destinations (along with Hong Kong) according to the Forbes Travel Guide, with a huge concentration of five-star properties. That makes it more difficult for top hotels to differentiate themselves. Luxurious toiletries, fine furnishings, butler service, concierge and room service facilities and high class restaurants have […]

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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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