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Hotels everywhere have been striving to be more eco-friendly in recent years. They recognise the need to look after our planet and that their guests value it too. But many of their green choices are built into the hotel’s infrastructure. From energy-saving light bulbs to sustainable furniture, they’re all fantastic innovations. And some hotels are […]

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4 of the best London hotels for seafood.

by Laura on May 13, 2015

Seafood is just perfect for the spring and summer months. Fresh flavours and light meals are ideal for perking us up after all the comfort food we gorged on over winter. And since we’re an island nation, we have plenty of fresh fish to enjoy. But we don’t eat enough of it and a lot […]

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Campaign comforts: 5 London hotels loved by world leaders.

by Elizabeth Hands on April 23, 2015

The British election campaign is in full swing, with everything from party leaders’ kitchens to their love lives being the focus of headlines. But how about their favourite hotels? As the countdown to polling day continues, we reveal the London hotels beloved of political figureheads past and present… The Churchill The Hyatt Regency The Churchill […]

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Sweet…The Savoy gets yet another food outlet.

by Chris Glithero on April 20, 2015

One of London’s most historic luxury hotels, The Savoy, likes to give its guests a little something extra when it comes to culinary options. With food venues such as Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill, Kaspar’s Seafood Bar & Grill and Simpson’s–In-The-Strand already giving hotel guests and visitors alike plenty of choice, The Savoy has decided to […]

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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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7 London hotels to learn a new skill for the New Year.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 6, 2015

If your New Year’s resolution is to broaden not just your horizons but your mind, a stay in one of London’s top hotels could be the perfect start to 2015. Several of them offer master classes which will teach you practical skills such as how to make the perfect cocktail or the best roast dinner. […]

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London’s top 10 hotel bars and why you should visit them.

by Chris Glithero on December 12, 2014

This post lists our favourite 10 London hotel bars (which our bloggers have personally visited) and provides contact information for each. London has a reputation for some of the world’s best hotels and also some of the best bars. So we’ve come up with our own list of top 10 London hotel bars which our bloggers […]

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Top 10 amazing things to do in London for Christmas 2014.

by Elizabeth Hands on December 4, 2014

London is an incredible city to visit no matter what time of year. But at Christmas the capital is particularly magical, coming alive with twinkly lights, festive window displays and Christmas markets. Here are a few of the very best attractions in London this Christmas: 1. See Harrods’ Christmas window Harrods’ Christmas window is legendary […]

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Dear Santa…6 of the best Christmas gifts from London hotels.

by Elizabeth Hands on November 27, 2014

We all want to choose special Christmas gifts for our nearest and dearest. But thinking of new present ideas every year can be tricky. If however you’re going to treat yourself to a Christmas shopping break in London this year, then it couldn’t be simpler. You don’t even have to leave your hotel to get […]

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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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A-list London: the Beckhams’ favourite London hotspots.

by Elizabeth Hands on October 29, 2014

With the opening of Victoria Beckham’s very first shop, the Spice-Girl-turned-fashion-designer and her uber-attractive family are sure to be spending much more time in London. So, in honour of Victoria’s new venture, we’ve rounded up some of the Beckhams’ favourite haunts in the city: The Savoy Victoria is a busy career woman but she always […]

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Top 5 “behind the scenes” experiences at London hotels.

by Elizabeth Hands on October 16, 2014

There’s a reason Downton Abbey is watched by millions. There’s something fascinating about getting a glimpse of what goes on downstairs. It’s where all the action happens. So it’s little wonder some of the capital’s top hotels have decided to let us in on some of the secrets of what goes on behind the scenes: […]

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Artist-in-residence schemes at London hotels.

by Laura on September 11, 2014

London’s hotels are often keen to foster and support the arts in their many forms. Recently, Brown’s ran its very first art weekend and the Andaz Liverpool Street began its ‘Room with a View‘ project. The Savoy regularly holds literary lunches with high-profile writers, while The Bloomsbury Hotel holds private dinners for The Royal Society of Literature in […]

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The significant history in London’s hotels.

by Andrea on September 5, 2014

“Mr. Woilde, we ’ave come for tew take yew Where felons and criminals dwell: We must ask yew tew leave with us quoietly For this is the Cadogan Hotel.” John Betjeman’s poem, of which the comedy policeman act forms the eighth stanza, imagines Oscar Wilde awaiting his arrest for gross indecency in 1895. That’s one […]

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Top London hotels for vegetarian dining.

by Laura on April 24, 2014

Today we’ve invited The Veggie Traveller (bio below) to write this blog post for us about the best London hotel restaurants for vegetarians. Vegetarians are spoilt for choice in London, and it’s not only the many standalone restaurants across the capital giving us non-meat eaters something to celebrate. A large number of the capital’s hotels […]

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London hotels support cycling and running.

by Laura on April 3, 2014

Weaving in and out of London traffic on a bicycle might not be everyone’s idea of a good time, but the capital is becoming an increasingly cycle-friendly city. The now ubiquitous ‘Boris bikes’ have done a lot to increase the popularity of cycling in London. Then there’s the planned expansion of the protected cycle lanes […]

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