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London Craft Week is an event designed to celebrate the best of British craftsmanship across the city. Many events during the week (May 3rd to 7th) are taking place in the capitals best hotels. Opportunities this week will include the chance to see exquisitely tailored clothes, learn the art of batik, and try your hand […]

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A delicious Sunday roast is a British tradition that millions of families enjoy every week. While a homemade meal is often best, getting someone else to cook it for you is a great choice too. Some of London’s hotels have fantastic restaurants that serve unbeatable Sunday roasts. If you want a relaxing Sunday where you […]

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Watching a fireworks display is a fun and traditional way to remember, remember the 5th of November. However, not everyone is a fan of traditions. If you would rather do something a little more off-beat, some of London’s hotels have alternative activities for you. They might not have fireworks, bonfires, or cheap burgers and hot dogs, […]

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Hotels in London are always coming up with unique experiences for guests. The latest at the London Edition is an in-room “virtual bartender”. Just the name is enough to make you curious. However, it’s not exactly as it sounds. Though it seems like it could be some sort of robot bartender, in reality you the […]

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This year’s Time Out Bar Awards have revealed that London’s hotels still have some of the best bars around. Four of the seven categories had winners and runners-up from hotels. The London Edition’s Punch Room took home the top prize for both Bar of the Year and Most Stylish Bar. The Connaught Bar at The […]

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We love a good pop-up here at London Hotels Insight. Sure, they might only stick around for a few months at most, but they’re nearly always doing something fun and innovative. Plus, they usually serve food and drink. Most pop-ups start to appear in the summer, when hotels can use their outside spaces to host […]

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Now’s the time when many people are starting to get ready for Christmas, and London is one of the UK’s prime destinations for both shopping for presents and for a festive break. The city’s boutique hotels meanwhile are already experiencing an influx of seasonal visitors, and they are, as ever, preparing in style. Nothing says […]

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London’s hotels get their Christmas trees up!

by Laura on November 26, 2015

Don’t panic, but it’s only just over four weeks until Christmas. Even if you’re not quite ready for it yet, some of London’s hotels are more than ready. They’re already starting to get their Christmas trees up, even though we’re not into December just yet. But since there’s only another week to go, they can […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – October 2014.

by Chris Glithero on October 31, 2014

As we head ever onwards towards the inevitably busy Christmas booking season, London’s boutique hotels are busy polishing their baubles and sprucing up their trees ahead of the big occasion. Still others though are hatching plans for further expansion, and as this month’s roundup illustrates, this really is a boom time for boutique hotels in […]

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Though you might not guess it from the rather damp weather plaguing London at the tail-end of May, summer is in fact just around the corner. That means summer festivals, picnics in the park, sporting events galore and a wide range of seasonal offerings from the capital’s many boutique hotels. Here we look at what’s […]

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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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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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10 London hotel trends for 2014.

by Andrea on February 7, 2014

2014 doesn’t look much different from 2013, yet! The weather is still miserable, everyone complains about Facebook without there being any alternative to using it, and free WiFi still hasn’t become universal in hotels. But there are definitely going to be changes in the hotel sector. Generation Y is growing up and that means hotels […]

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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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London boutique hotels round-up – September 2013.

by Saloni on September 30, 2013

In the world of London’s boutique hotels there’s always something going on.  Summer may well be wrapping up for another year, but September’s no different, as you’ll see in our round up of the month’s happenings. In the past month we’ve seen a number of new openings, adding to the capital’s already well-stocked repertoire of […]

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Top 10 new London hotels in 2013.

by Rajul on January 21, 2013

Last year we published our top 10 London hotel openings in 2012 in what was a truly massive year for the city’s hotel scene.  Now we reveal our 2013 hotlist and can promise you an equally exciting year ahead. 2012 was a time of great transformation in all parts of the hotel market, with everyone from the […]

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