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India is arguably the most fascinating country in the world. Over a billion people, 700 languages and dialects, a rich and diverse culture, natural beauty and the most lovably chaotic and vibrant experience...

Leading luxury travel and food writer Mary Pratt, founder of The Caviar Spoon, heads to Sri Lanka’s capital city and stays in the retro-chic boutique hotel, Casa Colombo. If only I had a home like...

Dubai is like a playground for hoteliers; no structure is too tall, pool too deep or decoration too expensive or over the top – if there’s a will, and a large bank account behind the project, there’s...

When I think of Cornwall my mind conjures up images of fishing villages, vast sandy beaches and holiday food, whether it be chocolate coated fudge from Padstow, fish and chips from Looe or a pasty from...

The newest Jaguar XJ sedan pulls in the circular driveway past the water fountain and roman statues. Inside are the hotel’s newest guests who arrive by hotel transfer from the Beirut airport which is...

It’s always a relief to stay in hotels close to the airport to avoid the long hours of travel, especially in metros where the time it takes to reach the airport is quite a bit. Located close to the International...

Perched high up in the mountains on a former tea plantation, you’ll find Santani, a sleek wellness resort that seems far removed from the craziness and hustle of Kandy, even though it’s really only...

Tucked away in Illetas, just five kilometres from Palma, Hotel Bon Sol is a charming family run time capsule with over 60 years of heritage. Ever expanding, the original part of the property, which today...

An impressive, grand building in Marylebone, The Landmark London offers an array of possibilities under one glass roof. I popped along one February evening to see quite how much I could fit in in under...

Those of you old enough to remember the seventies and eighties will probably associate the Lebanese capital with a dark time in its history when it was constantly being torn apart by civil war. These days,...