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A new bar, called The Wigmore, will soon open at The Langham, headed up by Michel Roux Jr. The Langham London already has one venue overseen by Roux Jr, the Roux at The Landau restaurant. The bar will open this summer 2017, with a design inspired by traditional British pubs and taverns. However, it will […]


If you’re already bored of the festivities of December, why not look ahead to next year? There’s plenty going on in London, as usual, and there are some great hotel offers on the horizon too. Here are some of the best to get your 2016 off to a flying start! Hamley VIP Family Package at […]


London boutique hotels roundup – July 2015.

by Chris Glithero on July 31, 2015

Summer’s in full swing now and as hordes of tourists descend upon London to enjoy its many landmarks, museums and shopping opportunities, staff at the capital’s boutique hotels are hard at work behind the scenes. Here we take a look at the latest comings and goings in the sector, and look ahead at things to […]


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 […]


London’s The Langham has been a presence in the capital since the 1860s, and Langham Hospitality Group is now considering the city for its new luxury brand. Cordis Hotels and Resorts will be launched in several locations, with London in good company with Hong Kong, New York and Dubai also on the list. The first […]


Not for the faint-hearted: London’s 5 most haunted hotels.

by Elizabeth Hands on January 22, 2015

London is said to be the most haunted city in the world, which is no wonder when you consider the events in the capital’s history. They range from the plague outbreak to the Great Fire of London, the Jack the Ripper murders to the gruesome executions in the Tower of London. And when you consider […]

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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 5 most luxurious London hotel packages for Christmas.

by Elizabeth Hands on October 9, 2014

For many, there’s no place like home for Christmas. But it’s very tempting to let someone else take the strain for you, so you can enjoy the magic of the day with your nearest and dearest. Here’s our round up of the very best Christmas packages in London this festive season: Hotel 41 41 prides itself on being a […]

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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 […]


London hotels harness the power of scent.

by Andrea on September 3, 2014

When you walk into a hotel, you immediately notice the design, the lighting, the music. You might notice the texture of the furnishings, or the gleam of a polished marble floor. You’ll notice the smiles of the staff at the door or on the front desk. But the one thing you probably won’t notice is […]


London has been sweltering in the heat for much of July, and things have been hotting up in the capital’s boutique hotel scene too. As tourists continue to arrive in droves, it’s perhaps hardly surprising that the Mastercard Global Destinations Cities Index has recently predicted that London will be the most visited city in 2014. […]


Sometimes you just want to get away for a couple of days. It would be great if you could just take off whenever you felt like it, but for most people the weekends are your best bet. They won’t eat into your holiday time and very occasionally they even last a whole three or four […]


Best London hotels for music lovers.

by Laura on March 28, 2014

If you’re a fan of musicals, there’s no shortage of conveniently located hotels and musical packages on offer in London. But what if you prefer your music less of a production, with fewer theatrics and less narrative? Where should you go in London for some jazz or piano music while you eat dinner or sip […]

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Bespoke branded products at London hotels.

by Laura on March 21, 2014

It’s not unusual for hotels to have their own restaurants or bars, but how common is it for them to sell (or give away) their own bespoke products? Celebrities do it all the time – perfumes, wine, beer and fashion lines with a celeb’s name on them are endless – but hotel products are slightly […]


It’s gin o’ clock at The Langham.

by Rajul on November 6, 2013

Two of The Langham’s bars have been creating a lot of buzz recently. First they celebrated the launch of Hayman’s Gin Palace in the hotel’s grandiose Palm Court and then Artesian was announced as the ‘World’s best bar’ for the second year in a row by Drinks International magazine. And having included Artesian in our […]

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I’m a big fan of hotels that celebrate their birthdays mainly because it usually means lots of special events, discounts and themed packages. Two hotels which are doing it particularly well this year are the London Hilton on Park Lane and The Langham which have both created special afternoon tea menus with added quirks. The […]