The Capital Hotel, Knightsbridge

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Life, they say, begins at forty. For The Capital Hotel, which celebrated its fortieth year in 2011, life is just getting better and better. This charming hotel continues to enjoy popularity among visitors to London due to the unbeatable location, the warmth and professionalism of the staff and the leadership of the Levin family, which... Read more »

Namaste

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I have been going to the gym ever since my knee got bad back in my teens, so it’s become a part of normal routine. Having said this physiotherapy gets very boring, and I decided to finally take that step and use the gym I am a member off to the fullest. So I have started... Read more »

Las Dos Lunas

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The Taxi dropped us off at 7:00pm, a very 'Sensibly British' time for dinner. However, as we entered Los Das Lunas it was barren and very, very quiet... it was then that we remembered we were in Spain where the party does not start until about 10:00pm. However, I am glad that we did come... Read more »

The Savoy Hotel

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London is all about iconic buildings. From the Houses of Parliament to the skyscrapers of The City Of London architecture is a major player in the identity of this capital city. When it comes to hotels there are few that can boast being themselves one of those iconic buildings of London, that is except for... Read more »

Jumeirah Carlton Tower

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After a relaxing weekend in the Surrey hills there really is no better way to eased back into the hustle and bustle of city life by visiting one of central London’s most famous five star hotels for the night, that Hotel was the perfectly positioned Jumeirah Carlton Tower just off Sloane street in Knightsbridge. Our... Read more »

Dauntsey Park House

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Down a quiet winding street, under the stone arches and up a long driveway lies a picturesque weekend escape in Wiltshire – Dauntsey Park House. In front view of the house, there is a gorgeous landscape of green trees and grass with a small creek where one can slowly boat across it as if it... Read more »

Alavya

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A Mojito sweats gently next to me, my feet float in the delicious cool water, the heady smell of perfumed flowers float on the breeze as I watch Tall Dark and Handsome snorkeling up and down the striped pool of Alavya. If you are searching for boutique hotel perfection you’ve found it at Alavya. It’s... Read more »