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Places

Our stay of the week – Rosewood London

Our stay of the week – Rosewood London

Few new hotels will open their doors to as much fanfare as the five-star Rosewood London. Another stalwart from the Rosewood Hotel Group, it’s clear from the moment you approach […]

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Places

London, three ways

London, three ways

Americana: London’s finest US exports The trend for all-American burgers and shakes has put a low-key diner on just about every street corner. Meat Liquor, Five Guys, Shake Shack and […]

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Places

Five of the best hotel rooms in Manchester

Five of the best hotel rooms in Manchester

Balcony King Room, Velvet Located on Canal Street, Velvet is a former textile mill reborn as a decadent boutique hotel. There are 19 extrovert rooms and suites here; the most […]

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Places

Get inspired to fly straight to the Philippines

Get inspired to fly straight to the Philippines

This week it was announced that the first direct flights from the UK to the Philippines will be taking off in November. Soon, you’ll be able to fly non-stop from […]

by × September 17, 2013 × 3 comments

Places

Hotel review: Mandarin Oriental, Paris

Hotel review: Mandarin Oriental, Paris

For the aspiring high-end hotelier, there is no market more impenetrable than that of the French capital. Paris probably has the highest concentration of salubrious places to stay than any […]

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Places

London’s top five open-air swimming pools

London’s top five open-air swimming pools

Who cares that London isn’t by the sea? When the underground feels like descension into fiery hell and you’re more than a little tempted to flop into the Thames, head […]

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Places

Hotel review: Jays Paris

Hotel review: Jays Paris

Jays Paris is surely the most intriguing hotel in all of the French capital. On TripAdvisor, it’s rated second only to the palatial Hotel le Bristol and has claimed the […]

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Places

Hotel review: The Landmark London

Hotel review: The Landmark London

Located directly opposite Marylebone station, the red-brick building that started its life as the Great Central Hotel is now the illustrious Landmark London. This monument to the golden age of […]

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Places

Just you and a vitality pool: six of the world’s most remote spa hotels

Just you and a vitality pool: six of the world’s most remote spa hotels

Surrounded by mile upon mile of rust-tinged sandstone in the depths of Navajo country, this low-lying retreat is not somewhere you’re likely to stumble upon by chance. A luxe mirage […]

by × March 12, 2013 × 1 comment

People

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day two: Max Olesker, men’s style writer at Esquire

London Fashion Week Q&A. Day two: Max Olesker, men’s style writer at Esquire

Favourite places in London for: Breakfast or brunch? If I’ve recently come into money, The Wolseley. You can pretend you’re a character in an Oscar Wilde play, whilst stealing the […]

by × February 15, 2013 × 0 comments

Food & Drink

London afternoon tea series: Dean Street Townhouse

London afternoon tea series: Dean Street Townhouse

Both established and off-beat, Soho House’s fashionable Dean Street property serves a modern afternoon tea. The full, three-tier experience here is pleasingly priced at only £16.75 and, since it’s not […]

by × October 2, 2012 × 0 comments

Food & Drink

Coming soon: Five overseas restaurants with new outposts in London

Coming soon: Five overseas restaurants with new outposts in London

Balthazar, WC2 15 years ago, restaurateur Keith McNally transformed a leather wholesaler’s warehouse on Spring Street into what is now one of New York’s most beloved institutions. Some say this […]

by × September 18, 2012 × 0 comments