Hotel Reviews

Domaine de Perches

17/11/2017 by .

Of course, Domaine de Perches, a 17th century wine chateau restored with immaculate modern taste, is the perfect base for touring Occitanie: Auch’s late Gothic cathedral, the medieval city of Albi and it’s Toulouse Lautrec Museum, the cobbled village of Cordes-sur-ciel floating in the sky on a misty morning, a serene Cistercian monastery, Armagnac and wine tasting

Read the full story here

The Changing Face of Valletta

There’s a large gateway guarding the huge bastion walls of Valletta, Malta’s historic capital that has recently been the subject of much debate.

Read the full story here

Spanish Paradores: Hotels have never tasted so good.

It’s late morning in Galicia and the surrounding plains are pancake flat (something of a rarity in these parts it must be said), but dominating them is the towering visage of Monte de San Vicente.

Read the full story here

Crowne Plaza in fitness makeover for business travellers

The business travel market is a fiercely competitive sector in hospitality and to succeed, a hotel needs to be in really great shape to meet the demands of business guests. It is one thing to call yourself a “business hotel” but the reality is many just fail to live up to the billing.

Read the full story here

Sedona. An Arizona Beauty.

This was, dare I say it, right up there with the day I was married and the births of my two children.

Read the full story here

Richard Branson’s New Necker Home

So this is Richard Branson’s new Necker home. The Great House on Necker Island, the private home of Sir Richard Branson and part of the Virgin Limited Edition collection, is now complete and ready to welcome its first guests.

Read the full story here

Corinthia Hotel. London.

There is a very particular feel to the new hotels and restaurants forging a revival in the once-dead area between Trafalgar Square and the Thames embankment, until recently the exclusive province of government mandarins.

Read the full story here