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Profiteroles Chérie

Great new little profiteroles cafe in Paris. Philippe Urraca is the owner and specialist chef of profiteroles chérie. He is a man who needs no introduction in the world of French pastry: He is recognised in France and abroad for…


The New Laslett Notting Hill will Open in August 2015

Named after Rhaune Laslett, organiser of the original Notting Hill Festival which later became the renowned Carnival, The Laslett will occupy five Victorian mansions on Pembridge Gardens. The hotel’s lobby will be home to a coffee shop, bar and gallery,…

The Hoxton hotel

Hoxton Hotel
United Kingdom

The Hoxton has a split personality: while the downstairs restaurant, heaving with burger chomping revellers, must rank as one of the loudest places in London, the hotel upstairs is the very epitome of tranquillity. Their newly revamped room was dubbed…


The Ardennes

Wandering the grounds of the 19th-century Cháteau de la Poste, the last thing you expect is this stark white interloper peeping through the trees. The lost cube looks more Copenhagen than Ardennes, but its cosy as well as stylish. After…


Chiltern Firehouse
United Kingdom

Chiltern Firehouse, located in the heart of London’s Marylebone, was one of the first purpose-built fire stations in London, dating from 1889. Carefully restored by hotelier André Balazs, Chiltern Firehouse joins the collection of bespoke luxury hotels that include the iconic Chateau Marmont in…


Nadler Hotel Celebrates a Year since Opening in Soho London
United Kingdom

Robert Nadler cleverly focuses on what really is important for a good night’s stay and makes it work for a very affordable price. The 78 rooms, are cosy but perfectly formed and crucially come with the assurance that all the…