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Mooring in Mauritius - Review

 

When a country runs at a winter temperature of 24°C you know that its hospitality is also going to be warm. In Mauritius, the hospitality fair sizzles whatever the season, as Sat Bal discovered.  Read more

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Private jet lunch launches

If the Chiltern Firehouse is becoming a little passé try PrivateFly's private jet flights to three Michelin-starred restaurants in Jersey, for lunch that makes a statement. Sat Bal (27 Aug’14) Read more

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World Travel Awards Picks

A couple of months ago we brought you the benefits of flying to Geneva for a quick break. This weekend our praise was endorsed at the World Travel Awards which awarded Geneva ‘Europe’s Leading City Break Destination.’ Lucy Charlesworth cruised the extensive winners’ list and picks out other notables below. (6 Aug’14)  Read more

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Taj Hotels Launches Ad Campaign

As the luxury hotel sector continues to woo guests with ever-imaginative points of difference Taj Hotels makes its pitch with the launch of a new global advertising campaign: Performance Art.  Sat Bal (1 Aug’14) Read more

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The Georgian unveils new look at Harrods

 

Afternoon tea at Harrods’ historic restaurant, The Georgian, will be a fresh experience from today when guests can enjoy its new design flourishes. Chris Page (25 July’14)  Read more

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48 hours in…Sardinia

 

When Delphina Hotels & Resorts challenged us with its motto “5 stelle in libertà” (5-star in total freedom) it was time to pack the Birkenstocks and put Sardinian luxury to the test. From the glamour of Costa Smeralda to the history of Isola Rossa and Badesi, only a two-hour flight lay between London and “libertà” in the crystal waters and white beaches of northern Sardinia. Sat Bal  Read more

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Hotels Arts Barcelona gets set for a Tasty 20th

A 20th gala anniversary featuring the talents of 20-plus Michelin-starred chefs is set to cause a stir at Hotel Arts Barcelona in June. The hotel’s 20th invites guests to experience Spainish culinary excellence with ticket proceeds going to UNICEF. Abigail Parkin (21 May’14) Read more

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BBQ Master Classes in Belgravia

It’s not often that the scent of exclusivity around London’s Belgravia risks being out-scented. But then it’s not often that we attend cooking ‘Master Classes’ by accomplished chef, Martin Gabler, pictured. Sat Bal takes in the tang at The Terrace. (19 May’14) Read more

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The Opposite House exhibits ‘Mountain Vastness’

The Opposite House hotel in Beijing plays gallery host to artist Charles Chau until the end of June. The move follows the success of his “Mountain Vastness” (BLACK series). Abigail Parkin (8 May’14) Read more

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Swissful Thinking - 48 Hours in Geneva

You wouldn’t be surprised to know that Swiss banks handle some $4 trillion in assets. But you might be surprised to learn that Geneva is a good bet for a 48-hour city getaway. Sat Bal makes a discovery.  Read more

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