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Georgie Bentley-Buckle

Hand in hand with a career in travel Georgie works in partnership with hotels internationally that offer fine dining and some of the top spas across the globe. Dedicated to the luxury industry surrounding great food and luxury experiences both in London, across the UK and further afield Georgie aims to provide readers honest and up to date feedback on a whole plethora of luxury establishments.

An experience tailored to the gourmet and art aficionado – London’s most opulent Chinese restaurant, Park Chinois has partnered with The Royal Academy of Arts to offer an exclusive lunch menu followed...

Veering off the perimeter of Green Park we dive down a narrow tunnel, not quite expecting where we’ll find ourselves at the other end. Situated on a hidden street in the heart of St James’s we quickly...

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for her – from a thoughtful gift to quirky experiences he won’t resist telling his friends about, see below our pick of what to get him this February 14th to ensure...

Whether you’ve simply cut down or gone the full distance this dry January, the month-long marathon is officially over by the time Valentine’s Day reaches us. The most romantic day, this often calls...

From luxury skincare to indulgent bath oils, soothing candles and fragrant perfume; see below our pick of what to buy her this Valentine’s Day: Linda Meredith Skincare Linda Meredith Skincare has several...

A cosmopolitan replica that reflects the success of the four-star Loshill House Hotel and Spa in the village of Hope in the Peak District; Grafene is a restaurant with a winning concept a step ahead the...

If London were a ghost town, the City of London over the weekend couldn’t illustrate this better. Attempting to draw in anyone who may be in the local area over the weekend, Vinoteca City – the...

Wright Brothers in Battersea absorbs an ambience that makes me want to return through its delightful doors before we’ve even settled at our table. Recently opening on 11th December at the iconic Grade...

Over the last few years ‘wellness’ has grown into an immense industry. Finally, we are becoming savvier than ever, appreciating the tangible link between our physical being and elusory mind. Subsequently...

One of London’s finest new Japanese restaurants to grace the streets of Mayfair, Sakagura London celebrated their first anniversary with the launch of a new izakaya style menu – inspired by the drinking...

I visited Florentine a few months ago and wished I’d returned sooner. A setting that is in tune as it is with its service, bar and menu – this European inspired restaurant does a great job with floor...

Tucked into the side of the Intercontinental Park Lane, I ask the manager the former use of this seemingly striking space from Mexican mastermind Martha Ortiz. Ella Canta is ‘the former breakfast buffet...

London’s Chino Latino based on Albert Embankment in South London that boasts unrivalled views of over the Thames has launched a special new Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve menu for the festive...

Driving in from the commercial main stretch of Hua Hin into the grounds of the Anantara Hua Hin, we are transported through illuminated palm trees and thick, lush foliage towards a palatial lobby. Designed...

If you’d rather tuck your toes into some golden Thai sand than an electric blanket this winter then maybe you should consider Thailand for a welcome break from the festive madness. A celeb favourite...

Driving over an unsuspecting hill in rural Suffolk we spot something we’re not accustomed to beyond the agricultural English hedgerows; Wyken’s seven-acre pastoral vineyard. Flourishing on its south...

I decide to walk from Hammersmith to The High Road Brasserie in Chiswick. This long straight road continuingly becomes more residential, leafy and somewhat sleepy is sugared with smart gastro pubs, retail...

Texture is one of those places I had been told about and wished I’d visited before. It was over 12 months later that I managed to make it down to Aggi Sverrisson’s fine-dining Icelandic realization...

On my last visit, I said that Shoryu Ramen was somewhere I needed to return to; this time it was to try out their new bottomless brunch. Exclusive to Shoryu Covent Garden each Sunday, the ramen restaurant’s...

Within a web of some of the city London’s oldest streets and situated on what used to be a Roman fort, Roma is a contemporary Italian restaurant inspired by ancient times. Here you won’t find the expected...

One of London’s most famous cinemas, The Electric Cinema is a cinegraphic landmark of the city, found half way down Portobello Road. Adjacent to this renowned picture house is The Electric Diner; a laid-back...

A pan-Asian concept illuminated with a rose gold interior is Nirvana Kitchen on Berkley Street. Recreating Eastern favourites for a dining experience that strikes a balance between the deliciously traditional...

Wine often sits on the side lines, simply paired to complement and wash down flavours. This is not t ...

Adam Simmond’s first solo enterprise pop-up on Frith Street, The Test Kitchen really is all in the name – dishing up a changeable menu that develops each week with the help of diner’s feedback. Testing...

It’s hard to miss Thai Square by Putney Bridge. Designed to resemble a ship with metal beams and large wrap around windows overlooking the river Thames, it is one of Putney’s iconic landmark buildings,...

We wander the warm bustle of Barcelona’s streets and eventually arrive at the city’s Gran Vía and The Cotton House Hotel. A proud 19th century building that was previously the headquarters of cotton...

A contemporary interpretation of traditional Spanish tapas, Arola within the iconic Hotel Arts Barcelona, offers diners the taste of Spain with added creative flair. The culinary vision of Sergi Arola,...

Perched on a perimeter of The Gothic Quarter the subtleties of Soho House Barcelona from its exterior encapsulate the privacy and exclusivity of currently one of the world’s coolest new hotels. Also...

Elegantly oozing Italian charm is Bernardi’s. Located on one of those streets that is weirdly calm, just a few paces from the mayhem of Marble Arch; this sophisticated restaurant signposts itself as...

An urban bubble of yachts gently bobbing on the water, St Katherine’s Docks holds its own with a cosmopolitan aura; away from the rapid streams of traffic with bars and restaurants lining its exterior....