Hotel Reviews

The Rosewood London Hotel

15/02/2018 by .

Pearl, the Rosewood London Hotel’s pet dog, seems to have the right idea. Lazily slumped in her comfy basket in the glamorous lobby surrounded by all her toys, she could have been a stand-in for me in my hotel room a couple of hours previously.

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The Langham Hotel. London

When it came to having the best things in life, Napoleon certainly didn’t shirk his responsibilities, so it was no surprise he found The Langham Hotel so appealing. Mind you, if you’re forced into exile, staying at The Langham Hotel would make life a little more tolerable wouldn’t it?

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Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais

It’s not often you would find me deep in a damp ancient cellar, down and dirty among racks of hanging meat, but on this particular occasion it was well worth it, for this particular cellar was under the Palazzo Antica Corte Pallavicina Relais, the domain of Massimo Spigaroli, the undisputed King of Culatello, the Rolls […]

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Dalhousie Castle Hotel. Edinburgh, Scotland

Well this was a first. Getting from London to Edinburgh in only four and a half hours by train with Virgin Trains, and when we worked it out it actually took less time than flying and a fraction of the cost too. And Waverley is one of those grand old stations that plonk you slap […]

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The Surfcomber Hotel South Beach. A Haven of Art Deco

I opened one eye and a full size cow was peering down at me. No joke.Perhaps this was the result of one too many daiquiri’s last night at the Surfcomber Hotel, or maybe this is just a dream.

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The Ritz-Carlton Atlanta

Bill and Cindy may only live half an hour’s drive away from the Ritz-Carlton, but the draw of the club lounge comforts are tempting enough even for them to be regulars for night or two a month.

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Crete. This Island is no myth

“Financial crisis? What financial crisis.  We have everything we need here so life is good.” This state of the nation speech came from Andreas my taxi driver, clearly a budding Cretan politician who believes Crete is impervious to the chaos surrounding Greek finances.

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