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Perched on a cliff top overlooking the Gulf of Oman, Shangri-La Al Husn Resort & Spa is one of Muscat’s most elegant five-star hotels catering to the growing number of visitors to the Sultanate. Inspired by the historic … Read more →
Situated in Pontresina, St Moritz’s understated sister, the Grand Hotel Kronenhof was one of the first Swiss mountain hotels and has been welcoming guests since 1848.
The charming neo-baroque building looks like a grand wedding cake and appears … Read more →
Award-winning immersive dining and experience experts, Funicular Production, are transporting guests back to 1937 to a Europe in upheaval. As the threat of another World War looms, London’s opulent upper classes show no sign of slowing down as they board … Read more →
‘Farzi Café is a modern spice bistro serving cutting edge, avant-garde Indian cuisine with a twist. The techniques might be new, the ingredients might be global, but the focus is on unapologetic authenticity that still suits every palate.… Read more →
Opened originally in 2003 by entrepreneur and Cheyne Walk resident Sally Greene (the founder-director of the Old Vic Theatre and proprietor of Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club), this Chelsea institution has been given a new lease of life following … Read more →
Overlooking the Phoenician harbour of Byblos, this five-star boutique hotel is an easy stroll to Byblos Castle and the Old Souk. It’s the top rated hotel for this ancient city on Trip Advisor and it’s easy to see why. … Read more →
Lucy Lord celebrates Chinese New Year by feasting on dim-sum at Soho’s Yauatcha
Dim sum teahouse offering contemporary Cantonese dim sum, patisserie inspired by European culinary techniques and Asian ingredients, and an extensive range of tea, wine and … Read more →
How would you describe your brand, Sophia Alexia London?
Sophia Alexia is a colourful resortwear brand with a touch of luxury. My customers like to buy something that makes them stand out from the crowd – they are looking for … Read more →
Q: Sorry to introduce the ‘B’ word, but my son’s secondary school has said that because of Brexit, foreign languages are going to take a secondary place in the school curriculum. Surely this can’t be right?
A: Private school headteachers … Read more →