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Sheraton on Park Lane

The Sheraton Grand London Park Lane recently underwent refurbishment and rebranding. They’re also keeping things interesting with their cocktail menu, which focuses on drinking etiquette. The hotel is 90 years old, and has been a celebrity hangout for many of those years. In particular, it was a favourite haunt of the Bright Young Things set during […]

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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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Have you got a Dalmatian? If you do, and it’s particularly good-looking, you could be lucky winner of a grand prize. If you don’t have one, it may be time to consider begging, borrowing or stealing one (London Hotels Insight does not condone stealing Dalmatians, or indeed any other type of dog). 2016 marks the […]

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Love them or not, the royal family are certainly a draw for tourism to the UK, and especially to London. With the arrival of the new princess, it looks like the capital should expect a boom. If the royal baby has inspired you to visit, try one of these hotel packages and offers… A Royal […]

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Keeping up with Kimye: 7 of their favourite London haunts.

by Elizabeth Hands on December 11, 2014

Kim Kardashian has never been short of publicity. And those pictures showing her balancing a Champagne glass on her ample derriere for Paper magazine’s front cover secured her more column inches than ever before. So, it’s no surprise that the Kardashian clan’s every move is followed. Soon, it would appear, the paparazzi trailing her will […]

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NB: the post below was published in 2013.  We’ve since done a more up-to-date rundown of top 10 London hotel afternoon teas in 2014/15 with up-to-date prices and contact info. It’s that time of year when the annual Tea Guild Awards come round again and we’ve done our usual added-value research from their findings to help you track down […]

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The London Underground celebrates its 150th Anniversary this month and to mark the occasion Sheraton Park Lane Hotel has created a special London Underground Afternoon Tea.  The tea was launched on 9th January, the same day that the first underground journey took place in 1863 on the Metropolitan railway between Paddington and Farringdon. The London […]

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Earlier this year the Waldorf Hilton revived its infamous Tango Teas which were all the rage in the 1920s and now the Sheraton Park Lane Hotel is following suit.  The 5 star hotel is hosting an Afternoon Tea Dance on Sunday 25th November in its famous Art Deco Ballroom. The Ballroom has quite a past. […]

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Note: the article below was published in 2011.  We’ve since posted an up-to-date rundown of top 10 best-value London hotel afternoon teas in 2013 with lovely photos. This blog recently looked at London hotel afternoon teas to explore whether they are an overpriced indulgence or a value-for-money treat.  We also listed the top 17 hotel […]

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Afternoon tea is a quintessentially English tradition and it’s no surprise that London hotels do a roaring trade in it.  As of late however, its popularity has soared and according to the London Evening Standard, some hotels are now putting on six sittings of afternoon tea every day to keep up! But what is the […]

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London’s spectacular Art Deco hotels.

by Rajul on July 17, 2009

“Art Deco” is a distinctively elegant style of architecture that came to London in the 1920s and 1930s and is still in evidence today.  This article and its photos give you an overview of London’s stunning Art Deco hotels. Staying in an Art Deco hotel arguably gives you a truer feeling of “being in London” […]

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