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Hotel Review: Domes Miramare, Corfu Island, Greece

Although the island is dotted with posh resorts, there is still untamed nature in Corfu. To visit towards the end of the tourist season, the coastline is frequently kissed by lightning. Even in the height of summer, when quiet skies and sunshine are a near guarantee, there’s a sense of wilderness – centuries-old olive trees […]

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Hotel Review: The Liverpool Resident

The Resident Liverpool is a well-priced city center hotel located in the lively Ropewalks area of ​​the pool. Forget fancy gadgets, extravagant conveniences and endless services; this hotel is all about location and service. Staff are equipped with Scouse spirit bags and everything you need is right on the hotel doorstep. If you’re looking for […]

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Hotel Review: The Standard London

The Standard Hotel London is located opposite the imposing St Pancras Station and minutes from King’s Cross. Recent heavy investment has transformed the area behind these nightclub stations into a hub for shopping, eating and drinking. There are probably more wine bars than pubs these days, plus a Nike and Carhartt WIP store, plus hip […]

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Hotel Reviews: Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Wiltshire, England

Situated in the Cotswolds Area of ​​Outstanding Natural Beauty in Wiltshire, Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa is just 10 kilometers from the ancient city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and close to Castle Combe, often cited as the “prettiest village in England”. Castle Combe is also home to a nearby racing circuit which […]

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Hotel Review: A family stay at Cordis, Auckland

Children are not an afterthought at Cordis. Photo / Provided Thinking of a city break for the Easter holidays next month? The Cordis, Auckland might be just the place, writes David Barrington Location: In downtown Auckland, the Cordis is on Symonds St near the junction with Karangahape Rd, just across Grafton Bridge. Style: A large, […]

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De Vere Beaumont Estate – Business Traveler

The estate is well signposted if you arrive by car and has a driveway lined with greenery, with a gate that opens when you reach it. The estate is made up of several buildings and looks quite campus-like – see the illustrated map provided by the estate above. There are four car parks scattered around […]

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Thompson Austin — Hotel Reviews

Why book? This new skyscraper is set to revitalize a sleepy corner of downtown Austin with two ground-floor restaurants from James Beard Award-winning chef Mashama Bailey, a bar and a rooftop pool design and music, and two hotels in one. concept that appeals to both professionals and urban adventurers. Set the scene In a clever […]

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Hotel Reviews: Andaz Singapore | UK week

Thanks to a five-person limit on all social interactions, mandatory mask-wearing (even outdoors), and a requirement to “check in” via an app wherever you go, it’s hard for places in Singapore to create an atmosphere. But after accelerating 25 floors in seconds, I felt a buzz in the air as soon as the Andaz Singapore […]

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The Mayson Hotel, Dublin, is beautifully designed and full of character

The Mayson spans a converted town house (from 1860), a warehouse (1870) and a glass and corten steel extension. THE PLACE Opened just before the pandemic, The Mayson is one of Dublin’s trendiest new hotels, part of the growing stable of Irish hospitality giant Press Up. Containing 94 rooms and suites and various food, drink […]

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The Londoner Hotel Review – The Luxury Editor

The Londoner’s highly anticipated launch took place in September 2021, marking the start of a new era for Leicester Square in London. But it was also the introduction of a whole new genre of hotel accommodation, the super boutique and The Londoner has been delighting the city’s locals and international guests ever since, with 16 […]

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Hotel Review: Airelles Courchevel, Les Airelles, France

Most agree that Courchevel in the French Alps is the ski capital of the world and 1850, in the Jardin Alpin where Les Airelles Courchevel is located, Les Airelles, is its most glamorous district. The setting is worthy of a fairy tale with its backdrop of tall snow-draped pine trees against a backdrop of gargantuan […]

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Hotel Review: The Vintage House, Douro

Get out of the hustle and bustle of Porto from the famous São Bento train station, along the sleepy Pinhão road, and you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve stepped back in time. The rather old-fashioned trains add to that feeling of calm that engulfs you on this gentle road that winds endlessly along the […]

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Groundbreaking Londoner dazzles in the West End

Joshua’s Tavern, named after Joshua Reynolds, an 18th century artist who lived in the area. Photo: Andrew Beasley Photography THE PLACE The Londoner bills itself as both “the world’s first super-boutique hotel” and an “urban resort.” Eight years in the making and costing around $1 billion to develop, it spans 16 floors – eight above […]

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Hotel Review: Hilton Molino Stucky Venice

Across the Grand Canal on the island of Giudecca, the Hilton Molino Stucky Venice offers a quieter corner of the ancient Italian city, just a ten-minute boat ride from St. Mark’s Square. During a recent stay in one of the newly renovated Molino Tower suites with generous city views, Georgia Bentley Buckle sampled a glimpse […]

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Shangri-La Bengaluru – Business Traveler

Fund: The hotel is centrally located between the business district and historical attractions. With stunning city views from the Skyline Club and rooftop lounge, Pan-Asian dining options and luxurious facilities, the hotel is perfect for a peaceful getaway for business and leisure travelers. With 397 spacious rooms and suites, seven restaurants and bars, this hotel […]

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Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Beach Resort, United Arab Emirates

Close to desert, beaches and mountains, the Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Beach Resort is a multi-award winning resort that stretches over 1.5 km of private sandy beach, just over an hour from downtown Dubai city. Ras Al Khaimah is the most northerly in the UAE and has a much more low-key vibe than its neighbor, […]

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InterContinental Marseille Hotel Review: This five-star stay in France’s second city offers class and style

In a word: The original grande dame of this port city with glam charm. Price level: £££ The neighborhood The InterContinental – also known as Hotel Dieu – occupies a privileged position just one street from the charming Old Port of Marseille. Its buttercream stone facade, all lit up at night, is immediately recognizable. This […]

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Best room in … The Rosewood, Washington, DC Hotel Review

Our ‘The best room in’ section offers an overview of some of the most charming, luxurious and iconic properties in the world. There are only 49 rooms and suites in the Rosewood, Washington, DC, but you might consider not staying in any of them. This is because in addition to these rooms – which are, […]

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All inclusive luxury hotel in Crete, Greece – Hotel Syntopia review

November 15, 2021 – 21:34 GMT Hanna Fillingham Hotel Syntopia in Crete, Greece is an all-inclusive luxury hotel with a spa, two swimming pools and daily evening entertainment. Crete is one of the most popular Greek islands for vacationers, and when it comes to finding a hotel it can be overwhelming. MORE: How British Airways’ […]

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Review of the Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa with its dream viewpoints on the mountainside

We reviewed the five-star Twelve Apostles Hotel and Spa in Cape Town, including its rooms, restaurant and luxurious spa lodge overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. The Leopard Bar High Tea at the Twelve Apostles ( Image: DAILY MIRROR) As for the views, people are happy to pay extra for a stunning beach view to be seen […]

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Hotel Reviews: Marlfield House ‘Pond Suites’ Are the Insta-Friendly Future of Country House Stays

Think of Marlfield House, and what comes to mind? A beautiful 19th century country house? Magnificent gardens? This getaway to Gorey is well known as a classic Blue Book vacation. What you might not know, however, is that behind the sleek Regency-style exterior, a unique gear change is underway. Old courtyard buildings have been turned […]

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Hotel Villa Nai 3.3 review: first come

Why book Villa Nai 3.3? Croatia has been a fancy destination for some time, but exceptional hotels are rare. This is starting to change. Villa Nai 3.3 is the most pampering experience you’ll have on the rustic island of Dugi Otok – or anywhere else in the Croatian archipelago of Zadar in northern Dalmatia. Its […]

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Hotel La Guardia – Hotel reviews

Why reserve? Rejuvenate in a sustainable seaside retreat overlooking a beautiful harbor, with staff who make you feel right at home. Set the scene Giglio, the esoteric younger sister of the prominent island of Elba, is the second largest island in the Tuscan archipelago. Only 5 percent of the island is inhabited, keeping the majority […]

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45 reviews of the Park Lane hotel in London: spa, eat, sleep, repeat …

When my friends emailed me on WhatsApp to ask what my hotel room at 45 Park Lane looked like, I only got one response. Did I tell them about the design and technology in the bedroom, bedroom and living room, or maybe the view over Hyde Park? No, it was those five words: “There is […]

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1 Hotel Toronto – Hotel Reviews

Why reserve? Hotels in Canada’s largest city tend to endlessly favor corporate or standard bohemian-chic. This lush new exception – a true urban oasis that takes sustainability seriously – stands out with its biophilic design, impressive conservation programs and true community spirit. Rest assured, however, that the luxury factor has not been compromised. While in-room […]

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Kensington Hotel Reviews: A Modern Victorian Classic

If hotels were people, the Kensington would be a Jane Austen hero, with a traditional Victorian exterior concealing a warm and vibrant core. Located on a quiet street in London’s museum-packed South Kensington district, the hotel is part of The Doyle Collection, which also includes the capital’s best-known properties, The Bloomsbury and The Marylebone. But […]

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Marbella Club, Spain – Hotel Reviews

Rudy’s bar Wrapped in lush subtropical gardens with touches of pink bougainvillea dripping from the whitewashed buildings, the Marbella Club transports you to another world from the moment you step inside. This seaside pleasure dome was the vision of Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe, who stumbled upon the vast land on which it stands, while traveling […]

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Four Seasons, Madrid – hotel reviews

A Opening a luxury hotel is an ambitious endeavor at the best of times, but at the height of a global pandemic it must have seemed impossible at times. But as a hyper-luxurious base for exploring the Spanish capital, the Four Seasons Madrid is a triumph. Seven historic buildings (including Banco Hispano Americano, Banco Español […]

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Intercontinental Marine Drive – Business traveler

Fund IHG Hotels & Resorts owns brands such as Holiday Inn, Holiday Inn Express, Crowne Plaza and Intercontinental in India. Intercontinental Marine Drive is the first Intercontinental branded hotel in India which opened in 2002. what it likes? The hotel is all about understated luxury. The driveway leads to the hotel entrance where the staff […]

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The Cadogan Hotel review: your own townhouse in the heart of Chelsea

Nestled between Hyde Park and Sloane Square, Chelsea’s understated yet impressive townhouse – The Cadogan, A Belmond Hotel – is the perfect harbor for a romantic getaway. With just 54 rooms spread over five floors, the five-star hotel has an intimate scale – sometimes almost feeling like a private residence – so the staff get […]

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Hotel review: What it’s like to stay at Fable Dunedin

To travel January 29, 2021 1:00 AM3 minutes to read A suite at the Fable Dunedin, a new hotel in the old Wains Hotel building, originally built in 1862. Photo / DunedinNZ Brett Atkinson records himself in Fable Dunedin, an elegant reinvention of the city’s most historic hotel Hotel: Originally opened as the Wains Hotel […]