Hotel Reviews

Hotel NH Torino Lingotto Congress

Wednesday, March 15th, 2017 9:03 am by .

In my time, I’ve stayed in many places that have been converted into hotels, including lighthouses, prisons, lunatic asylums, but Hotel NH Torino Lingotto Congress is in a former Fiat car factory.

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Hotel Shangri-La

The lights of the Santa Monica Ferris wheel have come on and It’s quite a spectacle from my perch on the rooftop bar of Hotel Shangri-La seven storey’s up.

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The Petwood Hotel

Set in thirty acres of grounds, the Petwood Hotel is an extravagant display of neo-Tudor/Jacobean half-timbering, complete with splendid oak features.

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Washingborough Hall Hotel

Just two miles or so from the city centre, the compact village of Washingborough, with its stone-built cottages clustered by the church and along the High Street, can boast Washingborough Hall, a late Georgian manor house, dating from the 1700s, and a Grade II Listed Building.

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The Athenaeum Hotel

There is something quintessentially British about a hatted doorman. Particularly a very tall one. And perhaps, the quick doff of Jim’s top hat, was the perfect introduction to my stay at The Athenaeum Hotel, a Mayfair landmark since 1840.

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Four Seasons Resort Orlando

Ordinarily, a bedroom balcony is your own private outdoor space to kick back and relax with a glass of something and a few nibbles. But here at the Four Seasons Resort Orlando there’s a welcome interruption to my standard balcony reverie. It’s 9pm and that means I have a front row seat to Disney’s nightly firework extravaganza taking place next door.

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