Author Archives: Andy Mossack

About Andy Mossack

Andy Mossack is a professional travel writer and broadcaster and has been writing about world travel for over 20 years. He is the founder and Managing Editor of the luxury travel site TripReporter and you can read him in national press, consumer lifestyle and airline magazines and travel web sites. He is the Travel Guru on BBC radio’s Late Show and presents Where in the world is Andy most weeks, a fun quiz where listeners try to guess just where in the world he is! Andy can also be seen and heard on BBC 5 Live, TalkSport and BBC News 24 and is a featured writer in the book 1001 Escapes to Make Before You Die. Andy also regularly lectures on world travel destinations for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and provides consultancy services for hotels and tourist boards.

Radisson Blu Royal Viking, Stockholm

21/08/2019 by .

The hotel lobby is always a great place to people watch and with the Radisson Blu Royal Viking there are added benefits; a snack table with fruit infused water, apples and nibbles.

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Insider Guide to Stockholm

20/08/2019 by .

The rain wasn’t deterring the intrepid visitors standing in a long line outside the ABBA museum. Didn’t bother me much either as I was snugly dry inside Stockholm’s hop on hop off bus as it passed them by.

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Fête des Vignerons, Vevey

13/08/2019 by .

I’m baking under a brutal midday sun watching 6,000 performers act out the story of winegrowing. It’s a two and a half hour celebration on the scale of an Olympic opening ceremony, it only takes place every twenty-five years and I’m loving every second of it.

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IHG discarding miniature amenities in war on  plastic

06/08/2019 by .

Intercontinental Hotels, one of the largest hotel groups in the world has shaken the hospitality industry by taking a bold move against plastic waste.

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Orient London, Chinatown

06/08/2019 by .

Early evening at Orient London and the place is positively heaving. Not surprising I suppose when you consider it’s prime spot on Wardour Street, just a chopstick throw away from Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square.

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L’Ortolan Restaurant, Shinfield, Reading

18/07/2019 by .

When a restaurant has its own official road signage just off the M4, you know it must be a little bit special. It gets even better when you realise this listed 19th-century country house, a former vicarage and private school, is literally seeped in 41 years of culinary history.

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