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The Cotswold Quartet

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COTSWOLDS The picturesque Cotswolds sets the scene for four properties on offer by Barons Eden Limited, represented by Savills. Lucy Reid

The assets in the portfolio are: Huxleys Restaurant (pictured above) and Island House, both in Chipping Campden; The Dial House Hotel in Bourton-on-the-Water and The Old Bank in Moreton-in-Marsh. 

Offers are invited for the whole portfolio or for purchase of individual properties.   

Housed in a seventeenth century building, Huxleys Restaurant in the heart of Chipping Campden, offers 100 covers across both inside and outside space, including two private dining rooms. Island House, on Chipping Campden’s high street, provides a rare opportunity to create a new food and beverage offering.

 The Dial House Hotel provides 15 boutique rooms all of which are en-suite alongside two recently renovated dining areas and a bar lounge. Prominently located in the centre of the picturesque high street of Bourton-on-the-Water, there’s ample opportunity for further development of the grounds.

 The Old Bank in Moreton-in-Marsh town centre has planning to convert to a 10 bedroom hotel with restaurant and bar and would suit a range of other uses subject to planning permission. 

James Greenslade, associate director in the hotels team at Savills, comments: “These four charming assets provide a rare opportunity to acquire properties in the picturesque Cotswolds villages. Each one is unique in its character and all provide a range of opportunities for new owners, in particular the redevelopment of Island House could work well in conjunction with the existing operation at Huxleys.”

Adrian Pearson of Barons Eden Limited adds: “We are choosing to sell our Cotswold assets in order to concentrate on expanding our portfolio of larger hotels and spas.” 

Dita set for Manchester

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MANCHESTER Dita Von Teese is set to fly in from LA for the grand launch of Whiskey Down, Manchester’s new late-night cabaret venue on Saturday 27th July. Sat Bal

Whiskey Down is pushing the plane out to allow the burlesque star to unfurl at  Manchester’s new luxurious night-time venue in what the organisers claim will be “Dita’s most intimate show in years.”

“Dita (is) by definition the world’s biggest name in burlesque, her shows are legendary experiences and always visual, fashionable & super glamorous,” said Whiskey Down MD Aaron Mellor. “We are really pleased she is able to join us for our Manchester opening.”

Limited edition tickets (100) will be available to purchase online from today. Private tables and luxury booths are also available to hire. As well as an intimate performance, guests will be treated to a signing and photo opp with Dita herself. 

The “super luxe playground” of Whiskey Down launched in Manchester on the 20th July and is split across two floors, with the first floor housing an adult cabaret stage and opulent leather booths, dark woods, floor to ceiling bookcases and a world class selection of whiskey and gins. A naughtier basement floor is fitted with themed rooms for party bookings and private dances.

Taking influence from venues such as The Box in London and New York, Crazy Horse and Moulin Rouge in Paris, the space is aimed at both men and women seeking a night of intrigue, secrecy and sexuality as an art form. 

Buy tickets on Skiddle here

To book private tables and luxury booths email Sarah@whiskeydown.co.uk 

M: 07930 668874

Marriott's Florida Fanfare

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FLORIDA Southwest Florida is shimmering with the unveiling of the JW Marriott Marco Island Beach Resort. Part of its $320 million refurbishment features the new Lanai Tower with more than 100,000 square feet of tech-integrated meeting and event space while its 'Paradise by Sirene' ushers adults into a more existential escapism. Abigail Parkin

The Lanai Tower (below) crowned the final phase of the three-year makeover which also brings the five new restaurants – Ario, Maia and Kane Tiki Bar & Grill. Lanai Tower too houses a restaurant, Tesoro: a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant designed exclusively for adults.

Guests can also immerse themselves in the recently unveiled 94-room Paradise by Sirene experience on floors 6-9, which promises to ensconce guests in wellbeing through a selection of exclusive amenities. Sirene’s exclusive rooftop access and pool and sun deck is open to you as is a personal beach butler.

 'Friends of Sirene' will receive wearable technology bracelets to unlock their rooms and suites and identify their status to staff for further privileges and luxuries.

The Gulf of Mexico boasts soft, sandy beaches and crystal waters which makes it a perfect coastal retreat for families. The multiple resort pools include a main resort pool and a Tiki Kids pool complete with waterslide and waterfall.

Presidential suite terrace

The debut of Tesoro and 10K Alley propels the resort’s dining offerings into the next echelon of culinary experiences. Tesoro, named after the Italian word for “treasure,” is an atmospheric restaurant that caters exclusively to adults and will showcase inspired Mediterranean cuisine served tapas style, highlighting the flavors of France, Italy, Spain and Greece.

 Tesoro dazzles guests with its chic decor, panoramic views from the fifth floor of the Lanai Tower, and multi-faceted menu celebrating the bountiful offerings from the Gulf, such as whole grilled local catches and a fresh raw bar, as well as the on-property Savita Garden’s fresh herbs, edible flowers and seasonal produce.

Tesoro Dining

At Tesoro’s bar, visitors can sip cocktails that use rare liqueurs from the Mediterranean , Sangrias served with a modern twist, an array of Spritzers created with house-made sodas as well a wine selection hailing from Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Lebanon and Israel. 

Adult exclusive corner suite

Laid-back fun is to be had at 10K Alley (below) which has the look and feel of a sleek and modern distillery. Whether enjoying gastropub fare at the circular bar, communal high-tops or in the main dining area, visitors will delight in the restaurant’s elevated cuisine, decadent milkshakes and other treats.

Some of the bourbons were created exclusively for 10K Alley in a partnership between the JW Marriott Marco Island, Jack Daniels and Woodford Reserve. In addition to its handcrafted food and drinks, 10K Alley boasts a mix of classic and contemporary games that invite guests and groups to indulge in friendly competition.

Presidential suite

The resort also has two private golf courses – the renovated Rookery and Hammock Bay, a world‐class, Audubon gold signature, par-72 course developed by Jacobsen and Hardy.

Calusa room

The resort’s state-of-the-art meeting and event space, located on floors 1-3 of the Lanai Tower, features two ballrooms with spacious pre-function areas, two outdoor terraces and numerous breakout rooms totaling 100,000 square feet.

The crown jewel of the newly opened tower is its Calusa Grand Ballroom, which offers meetings, conventions and special events up to 30,000 square feet of versatile, high-tech space accompanied by 24-foot ceilings and a striking terrace overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Full-length windows bathe the pre-function area in natural light, providing attendees with an inspired setting for success. The tower also boasts a 17,000 square-foot Banyan Ballroom, which can easily expand to 34,000 square feet of continuous event space when combined with the Banyan Foyer.

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