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There aren’t many parts of Oxford Street in autumn that can put you in mind of Venice on a summer’s day but the new Harry’s Bar is one of them. Just the swing of a Selfridges bag from London’s...

Few places evoke an image of glamour and upmarket elegance as Le Caprice in St. James’s. Located in a quiet street behind The Ritz Hotel, just off Piccadilly, it was opened back in 1947 by the former...

In a world where we’ve become resigned to steadily getting less and less in return for what we pay (‘budget’ airlines, ‘small plates’ in restaurants, ‘self service’...

Manila, the capital of the Philippines, doesn’t usually factor in many travellers’ wish-lists of cities to visit. But it should: less of a tourist trap than Bangkok, and without the ubiquitous gap-year...

It’s the general rule here in England that most of the heavy hitters on the restaurant scene have started life by making their name in London before sending their offspring out to work beyond the capital...

When it comes to luxury hotels, you’re truly spoilt for choice in London. In fact, there are so many upscale properties to choose from in the British capital, it’s difficult to know where to begin....

Perched atop the tenth floor of the luxury Montcalm Royal London House hotel on Finsbury Square, Aviary is the latest eatery from restaurant, bar and pub group ETM, run by Tom and Ed Martin of One Canada...

Hotels that cater to the corporate crowd can often be soulless affairs, lacking the charm, comfort and style of their more leisure-focussed and boutique competitors. Not so the Montcalm group’s latest...

They don’t call it the “city of dreaming spires” for nothing. Oxford’s historic, honey-coloured architecture is beautiful, and its location just an hour from London makes it the perfect proposition...

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,...