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Sue Tidy

It is all about the travel for me, I love going anywhere new and if there are ancient ruins, museums, koalas or sunsets to die for then I am a happy bunny!

Amsterdam is one of those small cities that has what I like to call a quiet bustle, an air of friendly efficiency which gives its visitors the impression that nothing is too much trouble and life is to...

India is one of those destinations that has such a rich heritage and diversity of things to see and do that it is tempting to put it on the bucket list for when you have more time to spare. Yet, with the...

With the wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle sure to bring some glamour and sparkle to the capital, The Kensington hotel has come up with some great ideas to help get you in the celebratory mood. Inspired...

There are 5 star luxury hotels that have a central London location and then there is the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire. As the only hotel in the capital with a Leicester Square address, it is ideally...

Irish family owned venue The Bloomsbury Club Bar is offering something a little special to add to this years St Patrick’s Day celebrations on March 17th. Partnering with the world’s oldest...

Choosing a hotel that suits your style is all important and whether you prefer traditional or contemporary, established or newly opened, the hotels below all share a sense of style and luxury combined...

Set to open in spring 2018, London will welcome the Vintry and Mercer Hotel, which has been inspired by the city’s historic trading guilds. Leading travel writer Sue Tidy takes a good look at what we...

For an unforgettable stay in London, you need look no further than these luxurious suites. All offer a level of stylish comfort that will enhance your visit and make it a truly memorable one. Whether you...

Miami is a city renowned for it’s art deco architecture and creative diversity and with the art season now under way there is more to explore this year than ever before. On the 13th December the...

Eating well in the Philippines has never been easier as the thriving tourist industry provides more and more top quality restaurants, serving the best of local produce, presented with flair and culinary...

One of the major issues when travelling for a one or two night business trip is how to take your suit without it ending up in a crumpled mess on arrival. What you need is a lightweight but sturdy overnight...

When travelling it has never been easier to access the best of local food, due to a plethora of up to date and easy to use apps designed to help you. Each of the apps below are from trusted established...

For many of us, the ultimate fantasy holiday would involve flying to a lush tropical island, staying at an exclusive luxury resort, raising ourselves from our hammocks long enough to indulge in a spot...

What do you get if you combine the flavours of the gang controlled streets of Lower Manhattan in the 1850’s, and the heady glitz and glamour of the jazz era 1930’s? Come along to the Westbury...

Barcelona is the capital of the Catalan region of Spain and it certainly feels like it. A busy and cultured city, it has excellent museums and art galleries combined with medieval streets and the surreal...

During this year’s US Open, The Lowell (in New York) are offering tennis enthusiasts an exclusive package in partnership with last year’s winner, Angelique Kerber. The top class hotel, set in the...

When Argentinian grill master Francis Mallmann opened Los Fuegos at Faena Hotel Miami Beach, he set fire to Miami’s culinary belly. He has brought his passion for the ancient art of South American live...

As the city’s first hotel, opening in 1834, The University Arms holds a special place in the history of Cambridge, and has become a well known landmark in the city centre, overlooking the open green...

Summer is finally upon us, and we dare to dream about packing our suitcases and heading off for some much needed sun, sand and sensational experiences. Whether you are a couple, a family or a group of...

Luxury residence Chateau Lou Casteou in the South of France, has announced the dates of it’s next luxury fitness retreat Body Tonic, to be held 20th – 24th September, 2017. Held in the beautiful...

Flat Iron Square, near London Bridge, is fast becoming the new bankside foodie hub and with restaurants, street vendors, live music and entertainment it has the relaxed urban feel that you expect south...

Some of the best weather in the UK occurs in June, but the great British climate remains as unpredictable as ever, even during the summer. The best way to avoid the old ‘Will it? Won’t it?’...

Situated on Edinburgh’s famed Royal Mile smack bang in the heart of the city, the Adagio is a perfect base from which to explore this compact but bustling capital. Within 15 minutes you could be...

Edinburgh has been the capital of Scotland since the 15th century, is home to the Scottish parliament and is the seat of the monarchy in Scotland, so it is no surprise that it is positively bursting with...

Looking for a perfect place for a mini break? Can’t wait until summer to feel the sun on your back? Fancy a fairytale walled city to stroll about in and have it to yourself? If you like to spend...

Croatia is famed for having some of the most dramatic scenery in Europe and none more so than along the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The town of Dubrovnik with its famous fairytale walled city is located...

Of all Australias coastal cities Sydney is the one that seems to have it all. From the beautiful natural harbour with its two iconic landmarks and the distinction of being the first colony, it reveals...

Sue Tidy gives us an in depth look at Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock), Australia’s most iconic and ancient landmark. Visiting the remote red deserts of Australia is like travelling into a timeless...

Raffles Hotel has a deserved reputation as the most elegant icon of colonial Singapore and since opening in 1887 has played host to some of the worlds most famous names, from Rudyard Kipling to David Bowie,...