Hotel Reviews

InterContinental London Park Lane

19/03/2020 by .

The view from the window from my new Mayfair Collection room, high up at the InterContinental Hotel Park Lane, was impressive. No question, a memorable London vignette.

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The Nadler Soho

Can a hotel really be considered no-frills if it comes with a Nespresso machine?  Robert Nadler, the man behind the Nadler Soho, says it’s not life’s little luxuries but costly extras like restaurants which bump up overheads, making most West End hotels eye-wateringly expensive.

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The Francis Hotel, Bath

A visit to Bath inspires a desire to step into the pages of this living Regency town’s colourful history, and The Francis is one of the few hotels which allows you to live the dream.

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Palazzo Manfredi, Rome

In an era when aristocrats rely on visitors to maintain their stately piles, it’s not surprising that an Italian count has turned his palatial offices into a boutique hotel.

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Dorchester Collection launches convivial new afternoon tea menus

Dorchester Collection hotels have introduced a variety of fun new tea menus, adding unique touches to the classic five-star afternoon tea experience.

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Bee Keeping Workshops at St Ermin’s Hotel

Harvest time at the St Ermin’s Hotel and the hard work of their 300,000 rooftop Buckfast bees is rewarded with honey-themed menus and cocktails throughout September.

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Mercure Cheltenham Queens Hotel. Cheltenham

As the first purpose-built hotel in Europe, it seems fitting that the Mercure Cheltenham Queens Hotel still dominates the loveliest neighbourhood of what must be the most beautiful Regency town in England, Cheltenham Spa.

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