As cities grow and change, so too does culture.
April 19, 2017 | Arts
Luxury awaits a stone’s throw from Cambridge Station at the recently opened boutique hotel Tamburlaine, an impressive addition to the historic University City.
Cuba is an island whose culture is entrancing, hypnotic and certainly unique, but Havana in particular holds the arts in the highest regard, forging a capital city with creativity on every corner.
February 24, 2017 | Lifestyle
The iconic Hotel Café Royal has embarked on a new and intriguing venture with none other than fashion house Givenchy in its alluring Green Bar, a stone’s throw from the parade of haute couture on Bond Street.
Hidden away in Fitzrovia lies Percy and Founders, a sleek all-day dining spot in the former site of the Middlesex hospital, which has undergone a reformation in recent years.
Patron Cave à Manger, located in the up and coming Kentish Town area, transforms North London into a French neighbourhood.
Chinese Cricket Club lies in the heart of Central London at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, naming itself after the original Chinese National Cricket Team.
Located a short walk from Brook Green and Brackenbury Village, Mustard Restaurant is a great addition to the SheBu scene, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner from Monday through to Sunday.
Rossopomodoro has been beckoning pizza lovers to a series of masterclasses on selected days in February and March, transporting visitors into a Neapolitan Dream.
Café Royal, member of The Set hotels, is set to occupy London’s gastronomic scene for the next ten weeks with renowned chef Albert Adrià’s 50 days residency, marking the five star luxury hotel’s 150th anniversary.
January is set to end on a high note with the launch of new lounge and club 100 Wardour Street in what was once the renowned Marquee Club, which, between 1964 and 1988, hosted pop and rock legends such as Jimi Hendrix, Rolling Stones and Fleetwood Mac.