Hotel Reviews

The Red Lion, Odiham

02/09/2019 by .

King John rode out of Odiham Castle to sign the Magna Carta but I suspect had the Red Lion been around back then, he might have a dallied a few more days or just stayed there and called the whole thing off.

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Il Salviatino. Florence.

Standing on the terrace of Il Salviatino, a stunning 16th century  palazzo in the hills above Florence, you might be forgiven you’ve died and gone to heaven.

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51 Buckingham Gate. London

So here you are, riding in a horse and carriage, following the exact route of Kate and William’s royal wedding with your own princess by your side. The only things missing are the crowds and the mounted guards of honour, but you can’t have everything can you.

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The Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Walk into Jaipur’s Rambagh Palace and you immediately feel like an extra in a costume drama about the last days of the Raj. Turbanned bearers are everywhere, sentries on horseback stand to attention for a maharajah long departed and posh people take tea on the lawn, blissfully removed from the bustle of the Pink City […]

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Epic Sana Algarve

Building a 5 star hotel from scratch is quite an epic challenge in anyone’s book, but opening three of them in the last 6 months is on another level entirely.

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The Pera Palace, Istanbul.

The Pera Palace is an Istanbul legend since 1832 when passengers from the Orient Express were carried in sedan chairs up the hill  to stay overnight.

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Intercontinental Hotel Hong Kong. Best hotel in the world?

Exceptional service the like of which I have seldom experienced and attention to detail makes this one of the best hotels I have ever stayed in.

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