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Top 10 favourite things to do in London this Easter.

by Elizabeth Hands on March 27, 2015

The first bank holiday weekend of the year is just around the corner, providing the perfect opportunity to discover, and rediscover, what London has to offer. The capital has a whole host of activities, shows and special offers just for Easter weekend. Here are some of LHI’s favourites… Easter activities at The Ritz The Ritz’s […]

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Today’s hotel customer is an ever more demanding and tech-savvy creature. Not only are hotels expected to be beautiful, efficient and friendly but they’re also now expected to offer consumers the same wealth of choice they get at home, in a bespoke way and as fast as possible please! In fact, as hotels cater for […]


Buoyed by their success in recent years with the Zetter Hotel and its sister hotel the Zetter Townhouse in Clerkenwell, Mark Sainsbury and Michael Benyan are turning their attention towards Marylebone. The Zetter Seymour, taking its name from Marylebone’s Seymour Street on which it is based, is currently slated for a September opening, and is […]


The Olympics and the Jubilee may be done and dusted and the festive season is still some considerable way off, but there’s still plenty going on in London’s boutique hotel scene as our latest news summary below proves. In fact according to Hotel Industry Magazine, the boutique hotel sector is a key area of growth […]


After a busy month of bank holidays, jubilees and festivals, London’s boutique hotel scene is catching its breath before the final sprint towards the 2012 Olympic Games at the end of July.  Here we take a look at some of the events of the past month, and look ahead at what’s to come. Carbon emissions […]


With winter rapidly becoming a distant memory and spring well and truly in the air for London’s big Olympic year, now is a great time to enjoy a stay at one of the UK capital’s world-class boutique hotels.  March saw a number of interesting developments in the boutique hotel scene and April is looking set fair to […]


London boutique hotels round-up – Feb. 2012.

by Timea on February 29, 2012

With London’s much anticipated Olympic year now in full swing, the capital’s boutique hotels continue to compete for their share of the city’s many visitors from overseas and elsewhere in the UK.  In their bid to stay ahead of the competition, many are seeking to innovate perhaps to distract from all the negative publicity about high room rates. According […]


London boutique hotels round-up – Dec. 2011.

by Timea on December 30, 2011

It’s been a packed year of developments, openings and promotions for London boutique hotels in 2011 and December was no exception. With the New Year almost upon us, we take a look at some of the most newsworthy items to emerge in the past month, as well as some exciting prospects for 2012 and beyond. […]


London Restaurant Festival: our top 3 picks.

by Holly on September 28, 2011

The London Restaurant Festival 2011 hits the capital in a few days, running from October 3-17 as a citywide celebration of eating out. The festival consists of several elements – fringe ‘side orders’, such as chocolate tours and medieval banqueting, restaurants providing special festival menus, as well as more extravagant main events.  To save you […]


Would you like a luxury room with your meal?

by Andrea on September 7, 2011

The problem with London hotels in the past wasn’t always that the food was unexciting; quite a few hotels had extremely good chefs working for them.  No, the problem was that the ambience was unexciting – ancient waiters in dinner jackets, rooms that hadn’t been redecorated since the Duke of Wellington’s day and a rather starchy […]


Across the cobblestones of St. Johns Square in Clerkenwell and a mere 21 steps from the original Zetter Hotel is the latest addition to the family: the Zetter Townhouse.  The 13-bedroom Georgian hotel and cocktail bar opened its doors in April 2011 and its cosy Club rooms are already coveted. Designed by the fantastic mind […]


Which London hotel suits your style?

by Andrea on April 19, 2011

While some London boutique hotels like the Hempel are totally Zen – cool minimalism, white space, almost austere in design – others are at the opposite end: crammed full of antiques, upholstery and vibrant colour. And what’s in fashion seems to swing from one pole to the other from year to year.  Then each of […]


Best luxury London hotels for foodies.

by Andrea on November 8, 2010

I’ve had some truly horrible meals in hotels. After all, hoteliers know they’ve got a captive market – people who are too tired, lazy or jet-lagged to want to head out to a restaurant; so the quality of the food may often be compromised even in otherwise decent hotels. Bland ‘international’ cuisine that’s low on […]


Browsing my favourite London markets.

by Andrea on September 29, 2010

One of the most enjoyable aspects of London is its many markets. From the fish market at Billingsgate to the antiques of Portobello Road, there’s an immense variety of markets.  Each has its own atmosphere. One that fascinates me is Smithfield, London’s main meat market.  While Covent Garden (fruit and veg) and Billingsgate (fish) moved […]


Top 5 “design hotels” with flair AND service.

by Rajul on September 22, 2010

From Christopher Wren’s magnificent St Paul’s Cathedral to Norman Foster’s iconic ‘Gherkin’, the UK capital certainly has no shortage of architectural and design flair (and its fair share of ugly buildings too!). But away from such well known sites of photogenic splendour, London’s hotels also have a lot to offer anyone with an eye for […]


The best eco-friendly London hotels.

by Rajul on September 16, 2010

London Hotels Insight has already featured a good selection of the most eco-friendly London hotels and it’s now time to do a recap of the very best. We’ve only listed hotels that have won rigorous external awards for their environmentally-friendly approach (such as from the Visit Britain Green Tourism Business Scheme) or have supplied us […]