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Frimley Hall Hotel, Camberley in Surrey

Hotel Review: Frimley Hall Hotel, Camberley in Surrey

Words by Kris Griffiths The first thing that strikes you upon arrival at the four-star Frimley Hall Hotel is how the online photography of its stately frontage suggests that it is a sprawling country estate...

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao A holiday that gets you upfront with wildlife always ranks high on my priority simply because of the fact that this is when I feel most connected with nature. Naturally when I...

Leading travel writer Kasper Chambers travels to Sri Lanka to stay at the eco-hotel Jetwing Vil Uyana. One thing was clear from the outset: Vil Uyana is no ordinary luxury hotel. Nestled in the foothills...

Istanbul is clearly one of the world’s most fascinating cities. A melange of European, Arab, and Asian cultures and thousands of years at the crossroads of history have forged a destination without compare....

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao The Tamara Coorg in Karnataka redefines luxury with cottage-style villas built on stilts that overlook the verdant greens of the Western Ghats. Cocooned among 180 acres of a lush...

If you’ve visited Bristol before, then you may be familiar with the luxurious Berkeley Square Hotel. Just a stone’s throw from the city’s museum and art gallery and within easy walking distance of...

When it comes to rooms with incredible views, it doesn’t get much better than the breath-taking Hotel Palazzo Manfredi, in Rome. Located directly opposite the iconic and historic Colosseum monument,...

Fresh cool air, soft undulating green hills, and the most expensive coffee in the world – Luwak – makes Coorg a great destination. The drive to Coorg is extremely interesting, I soak in the...

The city of Bath is a wondrous place – rich in history, full of culture and endless eateries as well as host to some fine hotels in which to retire after enjoying all the city can offer. I am lucky...

Traditional ‘fly and flop’ holidays are being pushed aside as the popularity of active breaks continues to rise. Writer Nilufer Atik decided to try out Portugal’s latest fitness offering… Once...

Sydney is one of the world’s most stunning cities filled with shiny skyscrapers, 200 year old landmarks, the iconic opera house and a bustling waterfront scene of quays, marinas and waterfront bistros...

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao Goa – just the name is enough to evoke the sight of endless beaches and a rich cultural and architectural history. While the North of Goa is more bustling, there is a quiet charm...

For me, the sign of a good hotel is when on your first full day, you’re already looking at costs for a second visit later on in the year; and that’s exactly what I did on our recent trip to the Amwaj...

Stepping onto Basil Street in London’s upmarket district of Knightsbridge takes you among tall red brick buildings boasting a peaceful atmosphere. It sits alongside the mighty Harrods and is also...

The ice had just begun to thaw and the snow was starting to melt – the final reminder of the Beast from the East which battered the country just days before our weekend away. While the bitter wind still...

A bank-turned-art deco luxury hotel in the center of Adelaide – considered by many as the best wine and dine city in the world – The Mayfair hotel has a lot going for it. And so does Adelaide...

Kate Morfoot, leading travel writer and founder of LoveToEatToTravel.com, checks into Kempinski Seychelles Resort Baie Lazare. The Seychelles islands are a perfect holiday get-away break. If you are in...

Be inspired and captivated by the ultimate of boutique hotels in Melbourne. Leading travel writer Glenn Harris checks in at The Blackman. How would you like to sleep in the gallery of your favorite artist?...

Overlooking Cadogan Gardens, Harrods and with suites that you won’t ever want to leave, Jumeirah Carlton Tower, in the heart of Knightsbridge, encompasses all that you would want from a luxury hotel....

Leading travel writer Chloe Boston from WanderWoman Co travels to Copenhagen to review the newly-renovated Hotel SKT Petri, and finds some unexpected retro glam in the city… Copenhagen is a city...

The pop of Champagne being uncorked, the rustle of glitter-studded dresses, the smell of Cuban cigars… Before I jet off to Mykonos, I know what to expect, fully ready to celebrity spot by day and party...

Melbourne is an uber cosmopolitan city and arguably Australia’s most artistic and creative city. It is known for its numerous museums, live theaters, galleries and a calendar filled with countless cultural...

Words by Bindu Gopal Rao Located away from the urban chaos of Delhi, is the Aerocity home to a clutch of hotels, restaurants, office spaces and malls too. So you are never really far away and still can...

Europe is known for its medieval walled cities created to protect their inhabitants from marauding pirates and conquerors. One of the finest representatives of these cities is along the crystal blue waters...

I love the New Forest and whenever I have a trip planned for the southern national park I can’t help but imagine a serene and satisfying getaway. It’s the feeling of escape, the stunning scenery,...

Sydney is,  without question, one of the world’s top cities. The Pacific Ocean facing city down under is known for its iconic opera house, the picturesque waterfront and marinas and of course its thriving...

Words by Francesca Lynagh Botswana’s Okavango Delta is arguably one of Africa’s best game viewing destinations. In the east and central part of the delta is the Moremi Game Reserve, an area particularly...

Leading travel writer Sally Meeson reviews the iconic Blue Lagoon in Iceland. Set in the pure heart of the Icelandic landscape, the Blue Lagoon offers a complete spa experience. Read her incredible story...

Singapore is a city with an incredible story. A small country, born in the British Colonial times, that has become a world leader in finance, shipping and trade and now tourism.  One can easily stay for...

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...

When you ask a native of Bali how they envision heaven, they’ll tell you it’s just like Bali. And they are serious. It is heaven there with a varied natural environment from pristine white sand beaches...

Words by Sarah Finley Walking into the luxury five star hotel and palace Es Saadi the first thing that strikes you is the décor – statues of lions, a beautiful fountain and deep red sofas – all with...

In the month of December, I was invited to the Hilton Bangalore Embassy GolfLinks. It was a really good time to be in hotels as Christmas was just around the corner and most hotels all over the country...

Recently I visited Bangalore, one of my favorite cities in India and stayed at the Grand Mercure Bangalore on invitation. The city of Bangalore, also known as Bengaluru, is one of India’s most diverse...

Mui Ne may be a place that most have never heard of. It is a beachside town four hours east of Saigon. But that’s just fine for the in-the-know travelers who migrate each year for the 16 km long stretch...

Oman is a special place. It is one of the friendliest of all the Middle East destinations with a rich and proud heritage and culture. Beyond its people there is nature’s beauty at every turn with prodigious...

Abu Dhabi is one of the Middle East’s most cosmopolitan cities and has become the holiday destination of choice for the haut monde. The Middle East and Abu Dhabi in particulate is about opulence. No...

Australia is a massive country the size of the continental United States. It is literally on the other size of the world from the US and a far trip from Europe. However, it is a destination worth the journey...

A weekend at the Mount Somerset Hotel and Spa, for me, resulted in a very relaxed and indulgent one indeed! From taking a bubble bath with a hot chocolate in hand to sampling the wine paired tasting menu...

I wouldn’t call this place classy, as it implies I’m claiming a certain level of classiness myself…which is vulgar. So let’s call InterContinetal London – o2 ‘top notch’, instead. Location Perched...

Words by Maron Amitay Dimitra Brockalakis ​ I have never been manhandled by a 20 year old girl before; Not until I stayed at the Hotel Sahrai in Fez, anyway. Led down a flight of marble steps into a...