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The festive season is the ideal time to see a magical ballet performance. There’s the classic Nutcracker, as well as other beautiful, wintry shows such as Swan Lake. If you feel like a night at the ballet this December, why not pair it with a stay in a London hotel? With our hotel package picks, […]

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Hotel restaurants are rarely there to stay. Every few years, a hotel might get a new one, with a new menu, team and branding. Two London hotels have recently reworked their restaurants, one with a Basque influence and one inspired by Peruvian cuisine. One Aldwych’s new restaurant is by Eneko Atxa, an award-winning chef whose Basque […]

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2016 marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. April saw lots of festivities to celebrate his works, but there are many more things to see throughout the year. Although he was originally from Stratford-Upon-Avon, Shakespeare has strong connections to London. The Globe Theatre is one of the best-known places in the city, and […]

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With the Easter weekend just gone, we’re still in one of the most chocolatey periods of the year. There’s plenty of Easter chocolate left, but now it’s on sale. If you haven’t reached chocolate overload just yet, have a gander at some of these super-chocolatey afternoon teas… Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Tea at One […]

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NOTE: this post contains a map, pricing info and menu links to some of London’t top afternoon teas, correct on the publication date When visiting London, there are two things that anyone who wants to experience the more refined side of the capital should seek out – a traditional afternoon tea and a West End […]

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There’s no shortage of awards for hotels. In fact, there are so many that a hotel is probably doing quite poorly if they haven’t managed to nab at least one award from someone! But usually when lists of outstanding hotels include establishments from the whole of the UK, there might be two or three London […]

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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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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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After a recent night at the theatre, a friend and I ducked into the lobby bar at One Aldwych. With its timeless modern design, it was a welcome refuge after fighting through the crowds around the Strand and we were able to take a seat right away, even without reservations. The service at One Aldwych never […]

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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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Top 5 London hotels for fashionistas.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 17, 2014

London is renowned as one of the most fashionable places on the planet. So it’s no wonder that London Fashion Week is so eagerly anticipated, as the world’s most beautiful, most talented, and most creative people converge on the capital to put on a show.  A host of established and new designers will be taking […]

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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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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 5 London hotels for culture vultures.

by Saloni on September 11, 2013

London’s theatre scene is deservedly world famous, with music lovers travelling from far and wide to see a West End show or drama aficionados travelling to catch a performance at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.  So whether you opt to see the Lion King or King Lear, here are our 5 favourite London hotels for theatregoers… Showtime […]

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This time last year, London was in the grip of Olympic fever, and the capital’s many boutique hotels were heaving with sports fans from around the world, eager to enjoy the London 2012 experience in style. This year may be a little quieter, but there’s still plenty going on and many hotels are determined to […]

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