Should you be visiting London sometime soon, you’ll no doubt be seeking elegant and comfortable accommodation. Any of these four hotels may be just what you’re looking for…
London Premier Notting Hill (5-7 Prince’s Square, London W2 4NP)
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It might be argued good customer service is a dying art. With the rise of the Internet and self-service, people are buying less in actual physical locations and interacting less with retail staff. In fact, a recent post at the Harvard Business Review Blog Network even reckons that now a … Continue reading
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Many are familiar with the major attractions that London has to offer –Royal palaces, cathedrals, Houses of Parliament and tourist traps like Madame Tussauds, but for those who fancy something different or maybe a tad alternative, what are the coolest things to see and do in the capital right now? … Continue reading
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It’s something that regular travellers are used to – it’s the evening and you’ve arrived at your destination late, you’re weary, irritable, in need of food or just want to sleep, but worst of all, you need to find somewhere to stay. It can happen to holidaymakers too; most likely … Continue reading
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While it’s highly likely you’ve booked a hotel room and stayed in one in the past, are you confident you know the best way of doing it? Do you feel like a dab-hand at rooting out online hotel deals and maximising the search engines on offer? If not, you may … Continue reading
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How to mend a broken heart? The answer’s different for everyone, of course – but you could try travel. Why not? Straight after a break-up, why shouldn’t you indulge yourself with a change of scenery and something entirely different? Why shouldn’t you get your passport and suitcase out?
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If you’ve travelled by plane before, you’re sure to have experienced it: you’ve rushed to the airport, checked in with just minutes remaining and, now waiting around for your flight for what feels like half a day (or night), you’ve suddenly become very hungry – after all, in your … Continue reading
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It’s a sign of the variety and vibrancy of London that it’s home to some truly astonishing history and some truly astonishing sporting locations; surely these two entities are worlds apart, though? Well, for those who believe never the twain shall meet, get ready to be as stunned as you … Continue reading
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A bona fide hit with critics and motion picture-loving punters alike, Rooftop Cinema Club has become a hugely popular past-time pick in London’s summer months, so much so the ‘club’ has decided a chilly nip in the autumn air’s no reason to curtail its cinematic delights. So, instead of presenting … Continue reading
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Let’s be honest, happiness is something we all crave; something we’re all seeking in life. Indeed, one might argue it’s one of the reasons we take holidays and visit foreign climes (especially exciting, enormously varied cities like London); to stimulate us, break us out of the norm and most importantly … Continue reading
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