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Discover Heaven on Earth at The Residence Zanzibar

Residence Zanzibar dining room

Sounds of the Residence Zanzibar The only sounds are those of palms floating in the breeze, and birds noisily cawing. Stunning azure waters shimmer beyond the dancing ripples of our private pool and I marvel at what an escape the Residence Zanzibar is, both physically and mentally, as my worries are reduced to sizzling embers. Welcome to the Residence Zanzibar …

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REVIEW: Find Out If The Aloft Hotel, Liverpool Raises The Roof

Aloft Hotel, Liverpool

Discover the Aloft Hotel, Liverpool The Aloft hotel is part of the Starwood Preferred Guest group which has few properties in the UK, but the ones that exist are pretty spectacular. I recently earned a bunch of SPG points, just by signing up for a credit card. Fortunately I still had some points to burn! After a hard day of …

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NEW REVIEW: Hotel Indigo Newcastle

Hotel Indigo bedroom

Welcome to the Hotel Indigo Newcastle Forget the future being orange, the future of hotellerie is most definitely indigo. I had no intentions to write a review on this trip. After all, I am in the midst of writing my MBA dissertation and starting my final module of ‘Entrepreneurship’. My spare time currently is spent researching what makes Sergey Brin, …

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Which Is The Grandest St Pancras Hotel?

The Grandest Hotel in London The St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel lives up to its name. Narrowly saved from demolition in 1967, the hotel was authentically restored to its former glory prior to its reopening in 2011. There may be other hotels in London that are equally grand and opulent, but no other can claim this incredible facade. Your first impression …

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Treat Yourself To Delicious Afternoon Tea At The Millennium Mayfair

Millennium Mayfair afternoon tea desserts

Afternoon tea at the Millennium Mayfair The Millennium Mayfair is an unassuming place tucked away down a side street overlooking Grosvenor Square Gardens in the heart of Mayfair. We arrive slightly late for our afternoon tea but nevertheless receive a warm reception from Renata and her colleagues. After some brief pleasantries, they lead us to our spacious table in the light-filled restaurant. It’s …

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