Suite review: The Shangri-La at The Shard London

I have always said there is a hotel in London for absolutely everyone, and for every reason you love this city. You could stay in a different hotel every night of the year before you find your perfect match and even then I think you’d wonder if you’ve made the right decision. Coming to London for the first time, as…
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Hotel 41: London’s best kept luxury hotel secret

As I step into Hotel 41, I am greeted by a smiling doorman, a young woman standing behind a very grand and luxurious black desk and a dapperly dressed general manager. All are wearing masks and I am politely asked to also wear one while in the hotel’s corridors, for the safety of both staff and other guests while in…
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Some changes…

I’ve written and rewritten this a dozen times in the past week. Just as I think I’ve got it down pat and ready to post, a new announcement from the government comes out and I think, maybe today is not the day to post this. Maybe I’ll just wait until everything has calmed down a bit. But, the sad reality…
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London Food Review: Daffodil Mulligan

Last month I headed to Old Street to take in the tastes of a new Richard Corrigan establishment, Daffodil Mulligan. For those not familiar with the legend that is Mr. Corrigan, let me give you the appetiser sized bio. The Irish chef is a bit of a London legend, the man behind famous local establishments such as Corrigan’s Mayfair, Bentley’s…
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The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe arrives in London

We all know the magic of the little blue box. For years it’s been synonymous with the big moments in life. Graduations, engagements, marriage, push presents and more. There seems to be no occasion that a Tiffany blue box doesn’t make special. In 2020, that same monumental box has come to life, in a matter of speaking. The famous New…
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