England

Exclusive guide to the best holiday destinations in England, independent reviews from award-winning travel writers

InterContinental London Park Lane

The InterContinental London Park Lane remains one of London’s landmark hotels on perhaps the capital’s most contested acre of land.

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ANGLO@TRADE revisited

The last time I reviewed ANGLO@TRADE I raved about it. I loved the concept of a private members club exclusively for the hospitality trade, opening its doors to the public for dinner on Saturday nights.

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Country Living Lansdown Grove Hotel, Bath

If you feel that you are staying in a magazine photo-shoot, it’s probably because you are. You’ve read the Country Living magazine, now live the life.

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Raj of Islington, London

This was an absolute belter of a meal. With the soothing jazz, the sophisticated contemporary setting, the tip-top service and Salim Sheikh’s top-notch cooking, Raj of Islington is a stand out newcomer to Holloway Road.

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Sunborn Yacht Hotel, London Docklands

It’s not often you can honestly say you have stayed the night in a city hotel that’s quite literally different from anywhere else you may have experienced. Sunborn London is just that. A superyacht permanently moored at the Royal Victoria Dock, no more than a yardarm from the O2 and Excel Centre.

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Highbullen Hotel, North Devon

Highbullen is country living, 127 acres for rest and recreation, pleasure and play. Spectacular views across the Devon landscape.

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