Author Archives: Anna Smith

A weekend on Vis Island

16/07/2018 by .

A two-hour ferry ride from the city of Split, green and mountainous Vis is a gem of an island. A former military base, it’s only been open to foreign visitors since 1989, so it’s relatively undeveloped and unspoiled, while still having all you need for a comfortable stay.

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The 25 Boutique B&B

19/06/2018 by .

I’m sipping bubbly in the sunshine and eating a delicious homemade brownie, watching the birds in the front garden. Yes, The 25 Boutique B&B is the place to relax, and I’ve only been here 10 minutes.

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Majestic Hotel, Barcelona

26/04/2018 by .

Suited on the central Paseo de Gracia, the Majestic is one of Barcelona’s oldest and grandest hotels, with an imposing historic building and an impressive reception area.

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Hotel Arts Barcelona

17/04/2018 by .

‘Oh my GOD!’ is not how a seasoned travel writer usually enters a room – but the view from our suite in Hotel Arts caused me to lose my cool immediately.

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The May Fair Hotel

21/02/2018 by .

The May Fair Hotel opened in 1927 with Royal approval – since then it’s played host to many a celebrity and is as known for its discretion as much as its flowing champers. Sounds like the perfect place for a lavish stay – especially as I’m attending a star-studded film awards bash downstairs.

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Sol Dunas, Cape Verde

22/01/2018 by .

‘Oh look, there’s a second bedroom!’ Such is the happy cry when we check into our room at Sol Dunas, giving you a fair idea of the size of it. The whole place is enormous: sharing its facilities with several other high-end hotels, the resort has over 1000 rooms, six restaurants and 14 stylish bars, as well as seven pools and access to a pretty beach.

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