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House of Elemis Spa Offers an Extraordinary Escape From London Living

BY : Jennifer Chan | 2017

Now that I have been living in London for a few months, I'm finally starting to acclimate to the busy yet undoubtedly exhilarating pace of this bustling city. And while I'm loving the constant chaos and never-ending array of activities and...

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Historic Hotel Eden Reopens in Rome This Spring

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

On April 1, Hotel Eden will officially reopen following an 18-month restoration project overseen by architect and interior designers Bruno Moinard and Claire Betaille of 4BI & Associés and Patrick Jouin and Sanjit Manku from Jouin Manku....

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Crowne Plaza Brussels Le Palace is a Refreshing Taste of Belgian Countryside

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

While occupying a distinct urban location near a key metro station, the history-laced Crowne Plaza Brussels Le Palace also offers a refreshing taste of bucolic countryside.  Situated on Place Rogier, rooms overlook the Botanical Garden...

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Iceland's Blue Lagoon Gets its First Luxury Hotel

BY : Nicolle Monico | 2017

If you’ve been to Iceland, chances are you’ve visited the Blue Lagoon. One of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, the geothermal spa gets around 700,000 visitors a year. Even celebrities can’t resist it’s...

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Steigenberger Wiltcher's: Classic Old World Hotel in Downtown Brussels

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

In terms of sheer elegance and an abiding sense of history, few hotels in Belgium match that of the Steigenberger Wiltcher's. Set back from Avenue Louise, the busy, ‘golden-mile’ shopping thoroughfare of Brussels, its...

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Hotel Ritz Madrid: Historical Icon in the Heart of Spanish Capital

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

Few feelings quite match opening one's third-floor hotel window to the front terrace of the famous Prado Museum in Madrid. Located immediately below the historic Hotel Ritz, the museum is just a starting place before feasting...

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Former 19th-Century Bathhouse is One Of Paris' Hippest Hotels

BY : Carin von Berg | 2017

Located in Paris' hippest neighborhood, Hotel Les Bains is a magnet for chic jet-setters and design-minded individuals. A former 19th-century bathhouse which was frequented by Proust, Hotel Les Bains offers 39 uniquely appointed rooms and suites...

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San Brussels: An Eclectic Dining Experience in Belgium

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

Popular? A severe understatement. By 8:45 pm on a Saturday evening not only were all tables at this downtown restaurant full, so were all counter seats around the well-lit, open-style kitchen at the end farthest from the entrance. San Brussels,...

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Las Letras Gran Vía: a Historical, Ornate and Literary Hideaway

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

Seeing elegantly-dressed mannequins in the windows of IBEROSTAR Las Letras Hotel on Madrid's Gran Via, one might think it a high-quality fashion design center. With Madrid Fashion Week in full-swing, the hotel—as it does often to...

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Croke Park Hotel: Enjoying Ireland’s National Stadium and Dublin’s Downtown in One Stay

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

Sometimes titles tell all and that's the case with the contemporary Croke Park Hotel, located immediately across from Ireland's pre-eminent sports stadium close to the center of Dublin. So near is the 4-star property to the stadium...

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Contemporary Elegance at the Westin Dublin

BY : Sean Hillen | 2017

Opened sixteen years ago, after a major renovation linking three multi-story downtown buildings, the five-star The Westin Dublin stands proudly right next door to Trinity College and Temple Bar, a quaint district of restaurants, bars and...

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Finding Banksy: A Guide to Locating Banksy's Street Art

BY : Joe Wareham | 2017

Some people may scoff at the idea that Banksy's name should be as high up there as Vincent Van Gogh or Damien Hirst. But there's no denying it: Banksy is one of the most famous artists living on the planet today....and we don't even know...

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