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Hotel Review: The Sofia Hotel, San Diego, California

Hotel Review: The Sofia Hotel, San Diego, California

There’s a life-size bronze statue, combined by artist Seward Johnson, hire outward The Sofia Hotel. The artwork, entitled “That-a-Way”, is that of an superb nonetheless loose man, dressed in a infrequent fit who is holding out a gesturing hand indicating a approach to the hotel reception. This flattering most sums adult a character of this hotel. That-a-Way bronze […]

Hotel Review: Grecotel Cape Sounio, Greece

Hotel Review: Grecotel Cape Sounio, Greece

It’s not mostly we get to see a 440 BC ancestral relic on a 60-metre high cliff top from a sunbed on a private sandy beach lapped by a Aegean sea. So the view on Grecotel Cape Sounio beach of a Temple of Poseidon (the Greek God of a sea) on a southern tip of a Attica peninsula, is a cultural treat. […]

Villa Review: Dream Villas, Alanya, Turkey

Villa Review: Dream Villas, Alanya, Turkey

Dream Villa, Alanya Painted in a sunshine-orange paint and dressed with white columns, a cluster of Dream Villas’ privately-owned 4-bed villas demeanour splendid and uninformed opposite a immature and brownish-red colour palette of a Taurus mountains. Built into a side of a hill, they are managed by a family-owned let company, 5 Star Villa Holidays, who customarily say […]

Should we locate a packet or fly expostulate between Spain and a UK?

Should we locate a packet or fly expostulate between Spain and a UK?

Lou glancing opposite a open automobile rug that was full of RAF belligerent crew vehicles (c) Jo Chipchase This autumn, passengers travelling between Spain and a UK could be forgiven for meditative that “budget” flights unequivocally are not so budget. For example, during Nov 2015, a normal stand of “cheap” term-time flights between a South of […]

Hotel Review: Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Hotel Review: Westin Grande Sukhumvit, Bangkok

Located in the heart of one a busiest cities in a universe during a chaotic Sukhumvit transport and a Asoke BTS intersection, a 5* Hotel Westin Sukhumvit Bangkok is remarkably still and serene. Perhaps it’s since a accepting – a sprawling streaked space with high ceilings, complicated furniture, and copiousness of light – is on a seventh floor of this […]

Hotel Review: The Bedruthan Hotel and Spa, Cornwall, UK

Hotel Review: The Bedruthan Hotel and Spa, Cornwall, UK

Behind a mediocre façade of an bureau retard of a building lies The Bedruthan, a swish and stylish hotel with some of a best views of a North Cornish coast. Set high above a cliffs during Mawgan Porth unaware a golden beach, 5 miles from Newquay and a twisty 20-minute coastal expostulate from Padstow, dual generations […]

Hotel Review: Les Mouettes, Ajaccio, Corsica

Hotel Review: Les Mouettes, Ajaccio, Corsica

It was early May and I was enjoying a 25°C in a Corsican sun, station on a patio of a 4* Hôtel-Demeure Les Mouettes, listening to a waves of a Mediterranean sea next me and admiring a Bay of Ajaccio. This 19th Century villa, partial of a Châteaux Hôtels Collection, has been renovated and decorated in pastel hues, regulating peculiarity […]

Hotel Review: Belmond Cipriani Hotel, Venice

Hotel Review: Belmond Cipriani Hotel, Venice

© Belmond 1995-2015 Built in 1958 by a mythological contriver of a Bellini and owners of Venice’s iconic Harry’s Bar, a Belmond Cipriani Hotel dominates a proceed to Giudecca Island, unaware a Venice lagoon, with a singular views of St Mark’s Square. Stepping in a footsteps of many a celebrity, we land from your private […]

Theatre Review: Hand to God, Vaudeville Theatre

Theatre Review: Hand to God, Vaudeville Theatre

Harry Melling (Jason) and Tyrone © Tristram Kenton They contend we should keep your friends tighten though your enemies closer? Hapless Jason (Harry Melling) does his best to keep both during arms length – with catastrophic results. The span in doubt are both crony and enemy. The crony is there to assistance him do what […]

Hotel Review: The Athenaeum, London, UK

Hotel Review: The Athenaeum, London, UK

The Athenaeum categorical entrance The five-star family-owned hotel situated in a heart of Mayfair is housed in an art-déco building conflicting Green Park. Steeped in history, a hotel has hosted many high-profile guest over a years including Warren Beatty, Michelle Pfeiffer and other celebrities who are drawn to a hotel’s attract and glamour. The décor […]

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