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Spring has most definitely sprung, and it’s not long now until Easter. Even if you haven’t made plans to stay at a hotel that’s doing something special for Easter, there’s still time to arrange a seasonal afternoon tea. Afternoon tea is always better when the sweet treats are Easter themed. From simnel cake to chocolate […]

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London hotel pop-ups to brighten the new year.

by Laura on January 13, 2017

Urgh, January. It’s certainly not the best month of the year, and has the potential to get you down. If the first month of the year has you feeling glum, perhaps a good winter pop-up will cheer you up? A cosy pop-up can offer you a drink or a warming snack to help you ward […]

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Offers abound for Afternoon Tea Week 2016.

by Laura on August 10, 2016

Afternoon tea is always appropriate when you’re in London. This week is Afternoon Tea Week 2016, and London’s hotels are extending some great offers, plus there are some fun alternative menus to try. Dotty Dalmatian Tea at the Park Lane Hotel The Park Lane Hotel recently rebranded as the The Sheraton Grand Park Lane. To mark […]

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We’ve all been there: you need somewhere to plug in your phone, but someone has already taken the seat by the one available plug socket. Instead of glaring at them hoping they’ll go away, Ham Yard Hotel has a better solution. Their new service allows you to charge your devices in public areas with portable chargers, […]

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Stay warm at the Ham Yard Hotel with hot G&Ts.

by Laura on January 25, 2016

Last year, Dukes Hotel introduced a gin and tonic inspired afternoon tea, featuring gin-infused teas. Now, a new pop-up at the Ham Yard Hotel will be serving hot G&Ts to chilly visitors. The pop-up will be run by London distillery Sipsmith and hosted in Ham Yard’s rooftop garden. Swan on a Hot Gin Roof (the […]

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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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Cosy up with these 5 London hotel winter offers.

by Laura on November 19, 2015

Winter can get you down, so you may be looking to cheer yourself up. A trip to London could be just the thing and there are some great winter deals to grab. Try these hotels to warm you up when it’s cold outside. Winter Wonderland at the Lancaster Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland opens this week, […]

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As the unpredictable weather will attest, summer is on its way out and autumn is waiting in the wings. But even a little rain and the occasional bluster is sure to do little to dampen the appetite of international and domestic travellers for visiting London and enjoying a little boutique luxury. Here we take a […]

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What to do in a London hotel on a rainy day.

by Laura on August 19, 2015

Let’s face it, we all know that the weather in London is never going to be like the Mediterranean. It will always be heavy on rain and light on sunshine. When it’s raining cats and dogs outside, you know you should still make an effort to explore the city. But the part of you that […]

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The Edinburgh Festival is underway in Scotland’s capital, for a month of fun and festivities. But what if you’re in London instead? Not everyone has left for bonnie wee Scotland, yet there’s still plenty of theatre, comedy and arts to experience in London. Some hotels even offer packages and special events for the cultured among […]

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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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