Hotel Reviews

Corinthia Hotel London

16/08/2017 by .

The splendid Corinthia Hotel on London’s Whitehall may have once been the hallowed domain of the Ministry of Defence, but these days the only high level meetings are likely to be in one of the seven stunning penthouses adorning the rooftop.

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Nimb Hotel

Were it not for its elegant, grown-up decor and more than 100 years of history, you’d be tempted to liken the Nimb Copenhagen to the Disneyland Hotel in Paris.

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The Andersen Boutique Hotel

It could be the bright, funky decor of the Andersen Boutique Hotel that keeps it permanently full – or perhaps it’s that rare commodity in Copenhagen, free wine.

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Grant Arms Hotel

One ‘word’ admirably sums up the Grant Arms Hotel in Grantown-on-Spey – WYSIWYG: What you see is what you get. There are no pretensions here, just the welcoming and quiet efficiency of a mainstream 3-star Gold hotel and restaurant.

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Cringletie House Hotel

Cringletie House Hotel is about time out, a little self-indulgence in a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere without the weight of impersonalised ritual that is a feature of so many hotels and restaurants.

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Silky Oaks Lodge

A member of Luxury Lodges of Australia, Silky Oaks Lodge is an eco lodge and spa that promises ‘tranquility in the rainforest’ – and it delivers.

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Royal Beach Eilat

The Royal Beach Eilat may not be the only five-star hotel gracing the Red Sea resort’s broad and beautiful promenade, but it is certainly the most sophisticated.

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