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Cosy-up in these 4 London hotel libraries.

by Laura on June 17, 2015

We’ve talked about hotels for bookworms before, and mentioned a few hotels with their own libraries. But there are plenty of other hotel libraries to explore, including some rather new ones. While many “libraries” are restaurants or meeting rooms with a few books, there are fewer where the books can be enjoyed by all guests… […]

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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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Sing your heart out at Ham Yard and Soho Hotels.

by Chris Glithero on May 25, 2015

Karaoke might not be everybody’s idea of relaxing evening entertainment, but one hotel group has decided that it’s perfect for two of its London hotels. Firmdale Hotels has recently introduced karaoke to the Soho Hotel and its newest London property, the Ham Yard Hotel. But this isn’t quite ordinary karaoke, as it comes with a cool […]

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Many of the chefs and management teams at London’s hotel restaurants place great emphasis on locally-sourced products. And what could be more local than produce from the hotel’s very own garden? If you want to eat at a hotel restaurant where they grow their own, you have several choices, including luxury brands and budget boutiques. […]

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It’s no secret that there isn’t much room left in London. If you want to build something new, you’re better off going up than out. It’s no different for gardens, which is why several hotels choose to have theirs on their walls and roofs. You might think of a garden as somewhere to relax with […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – March 2015.

by Chris Glithero on March 31, 2015

Spring is here and with it, as ever, the promise of upcoming sporting events, festivals and the inevitable surge in tourism on the streets of London. As the city’s boutique hotels prepare for the busy months ahead, we take a look at some recent news and look forward to things to come. One of the […]

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Some hotels rack up the standard facilities when they prepare to launch: restaurant, gym, bar and meeting spaces. Maybe they’ll include a spa or pool. But others would rather think outside of the box… For those more daring London hotels it’s all about having fun, which is why they prefer to set up rooms for […]

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Top 3 London hotels for manis and pedis.

by Laura on December 3, 2014

Some people think that hotels are just for sleeping in, to provide you with somewhere to lay your head when you’re away from home. But an increasing number of hotels, especially newer ones, are rejecting that idea. They say that hotels should not only give you somewhere to sleep and something to eat, but they […]

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The popularity of the month-long charity event Movember, held throughout November, has been growing in recent years. Now millions of individuals and businesses put in some effort to help fight testicular cancer for the entire month. The main idea is for men to grow a moustache for the month (if you already have facial hair, you […]

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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 juicing trend comes to London hotels.

by Laura on July 10, 2014

Juice is currently a big thing in the healthy-living world. Fruit juice, vegetable juice, just about any healthy food that can be juiced is being juiced. Many people swear by juicing, as it’s known, as not just a way to lose a few pounds or cut down on junk food but as a way of life. […]

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Sitting outside on a warm summer’s day is one of the great pleasures of the season. Many hotels have terraces, balconies, gardens and outdoor seating for their restaurants but fewer have courtyards. A courtyard offers a level of privacy and intimacy and usually affords you some shade from heat of the sun, without having to […]

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With Wimbledon in full-swing, the Tour de France impending and a cornucopia of other festivals and events taking place in the capital over the coming month, London’s boutique hotel scene is as vibrant as ever. Here we take a look at some of the biggest news to emerge over the past month, and peek ahead […]

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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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After a busy Easter season on London’s boutique hotel scene, many hotels in the capital are catching their breath, while some properties are frantically transforming their offerings or even preparing to open for the first time. Read on for a roundup of all the big news over the past month and a look ahead at […]

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