Callum McCall checks into Copenhagen's 71 Nyhavn Hotel, a 19th Century waterfront warehouse turned elegant Scandi hotel
March 4, 2019
The credentials:Nestled at the top of Copenhagen’s most famous street, 71 Nyhavn Hotel sits between the picturesque Nyhavn canal and the much bigger waterway leading to the harbour. With water on two of its four sides, the hotel has an amazing sense of calm. The two buildings (red and yellow) that… Read more →
Jessica Baldwin reviews Lighthouse Lofts, 'a secluded luxury villa perched above the Turkish Riviera’s iconic turquoise waters'
February 25, 2019
CredentialsI can’t deny it, I have my smug face on. I am writing this from Villa Ayışığı, a secluded luxury villa, perched above the Turkish Riviera’s iconic turquoise waters. The techy electric sun canopy has just sprung into action and I am embracing a balmy sea breeze as I seek out the bay’s… Read more →
February 7, 2019If your idea of a good trip involves nice restaurants and great shops, then we have a list of places that will be just up your street. Whether you are looking for a new handbag, a unique piece of jewellery or new shoes, then these places are definitely worth a visit:
MilanItaly is well known for being one of… Read more →
Kat MacKathley checks out Swinton Estate, 'one of the largest and most beautiful private estates in the country'
February 5, 2019
The credentials:“20,000 acres of Yorkshire pride” is how Swinton Estate describes itself; rolling hills of purple heather and twisting woodland as far as the eye can see making it one of the largest and most beautiful private estates in the country. The imposing turreted 17th century manor house… Read more →
Olivia Allwood-Mollon reviews Star Hotels' Helvetia and Bristol in Florence and Rosa Grand in Milan
January 28, 2019
The Blurb:Helvetia and Bristol is a C19th palazzo in the heart of Florence. Located in the heart of the historical centre of the city – which has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it’s just a short walk from Palazzo Strozzi and the Duomo. Since the late 19th century, Hotel Helvetia & Bristol… Read more →
An enchanting combination of Asian minimalist design principles and Arabian hospitality, Natalie Amos finds The Chedi Muscat to be a true sanctuary for the senses
January 17, 2019