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For 1,000 years a yellow-stone building has stood proud in the village of Baron, in the south of France. First, it took pride in producing silk, later it endured life as a fort, before operating as a farm....

The small, picturesque town of Woodstock in Oxfordshire belies its sleepy, cobbled cottage-box ‘nothing much happens here’ exterior, boasting a colourful history that dates back 50 years before the...

Kate Morfoot, leading travel writer from Love To Eat To Travel, checks into K West Hotel & Spa….. Away from the hustle and bustle K West Hotel & Spa, a four star hotel just off the main high...

The former stomping ground of the political elite and now a stunning 5 star hotel in the heart of the most sought after attractions in the capital, London Marriott Hotel County Hall sits in the most prominent...

After a star-studded launch party last night, The Trafalgar St. James is officially open. Located in the heart of London, this iconic Trafalgar Square hotel has undergone a complete transformation and...

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao Mercure Hyderabad KCP is located in the heart of Hyderabad at the junction of two central localities of Banjara Hills and Somajiguda. The contemporary business hotel from the Accor...

The most charming and elegant place you will ever stay, Residenza Napoleone III’s divine atmosphere will have you hooked from the beginning. This opulent boutique, set in the heart of fashionable...

Conrad Pune threw open its doors last year but it was only recently that I was invited for a stay to experience this swanky hotel which has been the talk of the town for the past one year. Located in the...

The artistic vibe, endless options of  things to do and see make Melbourne the place where well-heeled travelers come to play. As a result, there are dozens of luxury hotels to choose from.  Here are...

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao After close to a week of touring Israel, my last stop was at the happening city of Tel Aviv and I was looking forward to experiencing a new vibe. Since I had been to the Negev...