THE HOTEL FOR FOODIES: ST JAMES HOTEL AND CLUB

Turn down a side street in Mayfair or amble by a quiet(er) road by an iconic shopping stretch and you’re likely to find elegant old boutique hotels. As much as I love the pomp of a luxury chain, when booking a staycation or travelling, I like something that feels unique and homely. Even better when there’s a highly acclaimed restaurant…
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10 CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEAS FOR JETSETTERS

Arguably, the jetsetter is one of the hardest people to gift for. They usually have the best of everything and can speak of incredible experiences from all over the world. So what should you get the girl that has everything? I’ve put together an affordable luxe gift guide covering everything from the chic to practical.   1. The travel shirt…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: HARRY’S BAR

  Italian food is as much of a British staple as a roast dinner and the choice of those restaurants here are as common as finding a pub. I like to separate them into the following three categories: shit (Bella Italia, Pizza Express etc), homely and bustling (Ciao Bella in Russel Square) and upscale and refined (Frescobaldi). Harry’s Bar on…
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THE LAST OF SUMMER AT ELYSIUM HOTEL, PAPHOS

Review of Elysium Hotel Paphos   Paphos is known for its archaeological remnants and beautiful mosaics, earning itself a place on the UNESCO list of cultural and national treasures. The name itself comes from the mythological son of Galatea and Pygmalion. The story goes that the sculptor created a beautiful white statue of Aphrodite and fell in love with it.…
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WHAT A GIRL EATS: HIDE ABOVE

When I think of Green Park it’s either non-Londoners desperately seeking a night out in the West End in platform heels, or the likes of The Ritz. Let’s be honest, there’s not very much in between. So what a choice of location this is for Hide, the new and much-awaited venture by Chef Ollie Dabbous, in partnership with Hedonism Wines.…
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LONG LIVE CHAMPAGNE

There’s no denying that Champagne is a true classic and when it comes to millennial trends, this is particularly interesting one to watch. There are the likes of prosecco (also jokingly known as the ‘P’ word in the French region), English sparkling wine, not to mention other categories popular with millennials, such as craft beer and gin, where does a…
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