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Riad Spice, Marrakech

29/06/2020 by .

Michael Edwards visits Riad Spice in the heart of Marrakech’s historic souk. Another memorable addition to the riads owned by English couple Lucie and Mike Wood.

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Hotel Lindrum. Melbourne

A former tea merchant’s warehouse and then billiards hall tucked away at the quiet end of Flinders Street may not perhaps conjure up images of the perfect home for a boutique luxury hotel, yet The Hotel Lindrum far from playing down such humble beginnings, positively embraces it.

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21c Museum Hotel. Louisville, Kentucky

21c Museum Hotel is the 6th best hotel in the World. Or so I am led to believe by the many people who voted it so in a leading travel magazine. It was also voted as the best hotel in America too, so clearly there is something a little special about 21c even though it […]

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myhotel Bloomsbury

Tottenham Court Road has long been London’s design and technology artery, where electronics retailers shake hands with designer furniture emporiums all along its length. The elegant Georgian townhouses and leafy squares of Bloomsbury on one side, the trendy bars cafes and restaurants of West End central on the other. It’s an area where media and […]

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The Arch Hotel

London’s Marble Arch area is a tale of two sides. On one side is bustling busy Oxford Street at the top of Park Lane; street hawkers, tourists and traffic. On the other, by Great Cumberland Place, a leafy mews laden warren of 18th century Georgian townhouses and elegance from a bygone era. It is in […]

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The Clock Apartments Jaffa

Early morning in the ancient city of Jaffa and the streets are coming to back to life; the smell of freshly baked bread, car horns bleating from impatient drivers going to work, the sound of shop shutters being raised, a faint chant of a far off muezzin calling to prayer. This is the beating heart […]

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Corinthia Hotel. Budapest

It’s no coincidence that Wes Anderson, director of The Grand Budapest Hotel, visited the Corinthia Hotel in Hungary’s capital before making his movie. 

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