Hotel Reviews

Jumeirah Dar-al-Masyaf, Dubai

04/03/2019 by .

“My butler … “

There I’ve said it. Growing up in a post-Jeeves-and-Wooster egalitarian world, I never thought that I would utter those words. But Jumeirah’s Dar Al Masyaf, DAM to returning regulars, at Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah, thrives on personal service.

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The Regency Tunis Hotel

There may well be thousands of years of history packed into Carthage but these days the exclusive enclave of Gammarth has its own treasures on display. This is prime Carthage coastline lined with impressive villas, fashionable malls, the impressive  Robert Trent Jones-designed Residence Golf Club and a string of luxury hotels.

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Hartwell House Hotel, Aylesbury

The drive up to the lodge gate at Hartwell House is impressive. No less because Dave, the lodge-keeper, pops his head up seemingly from nowhere

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Breezes Beach Club And Spa. Zanzibar

You can stay at Breezes Beach Club & Spa on the as yet undeveloped south-eastern coast of the island, and still have sufficient change for several of their trademark “Zanzi-Politano” cocktails.

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Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski. Havana

Standing proudly in the heart of old Havana almost within touching distance of the Capitol, Gran Hotel Manzana Kempinski is a symbol of how Cuba’s past and future stand side by side.

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Birkenhead House, Western Cape

We know all about barefoot luxury – that term for palm-fringed beaches and soft sand with staff offering freshly cracked coconuts and umbrella-topped cocktails.

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One&Only, Cape Town

Since its opening when global celebrities flitted in to launch The One&Only Cape Town, this resort-style hotel on the Waterfront has matured like a good wine

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