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Top 6 London hotel restaurants for al fresco dining.

by Elizabeth Hands on May 1, 2015

Summer is almost here, the days are getting longer and the weather is warming up. And when the sun is out, it’s the perfect time to make the most of London’s al fresco dining scene. So where are the best places for a table outdoors? Here’s our rundown of the London hotel restaurants to head […]

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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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10 must-see London exhibitions in 2015.

by Elizabeth Hands on March 26, 2015

One of the best reasons to visit London is its incredible cultural scene. Wherever you stay, there are incredible art galleries and fascinating museums, many free of charge. And even if you think you’ve visited them all before, with ever-changing exhibits there’s always something new to see. Here are some of the best openings in […]

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Top 3 London hotel cigar bars.

by Laura on February 10, 2015

There are many things in life that people regard as being sophisticated pleasures. Among them are champagne, caviar, whiskey, and yes, cigars. While smoking isn’t for everyone (though nor is drinking alcohol or eating fish eggs), there are many people who take pleasure in a fine cigar, perhaps accompanied by a glass of single malt […]

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When everyone starts going on about Christmas in September and doesn’t stop talking about it until January, it’s easy to overlook the New Year. Unlike Christmas, New Year celebrations tend to last only a day or two at most. Most of the focus is on having a storming New Year’s Eve, and then perhaps a […]

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Top 5 London hotel pop-ups this winter.

by Elizabeth Hands on December 1, 2014

London already has more attractions than you can shake a set of Christmas jingle bells at. But there is always a new bar, restaurant or attraction opening in the capital. The only thing with these ones is you have to get there quick, as they’re only popping up for the winter season. Here’s our round […]

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London boutique hotels roundup – November 2014.

by Chris Glithero on November 28, 2014

As Christmas shoppers from around the UK and beyond descend on Oxford Street and Regent Street in their millions, London’s boutique hotels are bracing themselves for a bumper Christmas. Here we take a look at what’s going on at the capital’s boutique hotels and look ahead to some upcoming properties. The Telegraph published a useful […]

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Top 10 London hotel afternoon teas: we crunch the numbers!

by Chris Glithero on November 14, 2014

This is your ultimate guide to the best London afternoon teas, based on TripAdvisor data and our unique methodology. We’ve included pricing (as of 31/10/2014) and menu links. For the best afternoon teas, look no further! Filling the vacuum left by the former UK Tea Guild Afternoon tea is a ‘must do’ for London visitors seeking a quintessential part of English […]

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The summer months are all about outside spaces – places to sit, eat, drink and even swim. We’ve taken a look at rooftop swimming pools and sheltered courtyards in London hotels, and now it’s time to put terraces in the spotlight. From suave and sophisticated rooftop bars when you can rub elbows with the stars, […]

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A lovely warming cup of tea is heaven on a cold winter’s day – but that doesn’t mean it’s only a winter drink. Afternoon tea is perfect on a hot day too; when it’s too warm to eat a whole meal you can nibble on some sandwiches and cakes instead. Scientists even think that a hot […]

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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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Red Carnation Hotels are passionate about their food and they’re using Twitter to shine a spotlight on their love of all things gastronomic. By following their hashtag #TasteofRCH you can get an insight into the kitchens and restaurants of all their hotels, from London to Cape Town. The family-owned group’s food philosophy revolves around local, […]

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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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A room for Lupo? Extravagant pet services at London hotels.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 9, 2014

It has emerged that the Queen banned the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s beloved dog Lupo from Sandringham for the Royal festive celebrations.  The cocker spaniel, who featured in the couple’s official family portrait to introduce baby George to the world, was instead left with Kate’s parents in Berkshire. But while the Queen may have […]

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Apres-ski fun in a central London hotel.

by Rajul on January 7, 2014

We recently re-visited Montague Ski Lodge, a perennial favourite of this blog and already in its third successful year at Montague on the Gardens. The format has been tweaked slightly each year but it remains London’s original “apres ski” bar; much imitated but you can’t beat the original! There is an immediate sense of “wow” […]

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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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