London

The Arch London

01/05/2019 by .

Great Northern Hotel, London

11/04/2019 by .

I have to confess my heart sank a little when I first walked into the lobby of the Great Northern Hotel at Kings Cross Station. Don’t be alarmed when I tell you it was a little on the sociable side. In fact, with me, my luggage and the four members of the lobby team grouped around the tiny reception desk, I felt we were all on the rush hour commuter special.

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St Ermin’s Hotel, London

27/03/2019 by .

Careless talk costs lives. You never know who is sitting next to you, who is listening. For the chilling core of the 20th Century, Second World War to Cold War, St Ermin’s was the cloak-and-dagger hub of international espionage.

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St. James’ Court London Taj

12/10/2018 by .

It’s an odd feeling coming back to a hotel that was once something quite different to what it is now. Such is the case with St. James’ Court London Taj, a huge Victorian property that was formerly a pretty dodgy Crowne Plaza.

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Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street

14/05/2018 by .

With more triangles than a trigonometry textbook the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Mercer Street, is an architectural miracle. For a boutique hotel, in Central London, it is luxuriously spacious. Narnia style wardrobes store all sorts of goodies: Nespresso machine, dressing gowns, tea trays, ironing board  … and our Junior Suite had a 55-inch TV too.

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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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