The Collective Canary Wharf, which spans 21 storeys and where rooms start from £1,300 per month, now becomes the world’s largest co-living space, taking over from the Collective Old Oak in west London which opened in 2016.
Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos has welcomed the opening of Hard Rock Hotel London. The property is Hard Rock’s first hotel in the United Kingdom and continues the brand’s legacy in its original birthplace.
Hilton London Bankside has debuted a world-first vegan suite. Created in partnership with multi-sensory design experts Bompas & Parr and given the thumbs up by the Vegan Society, the location offers a vegan experience throughout. Here Thomas Reynolds finds out more for Breaking Travel News
W London – Leicester Square has unveiled a multi-million-pound transformation of all 192 guest rooms and suites. At the same time, the hotel has partnered with artist, Jack Irving, to create a one-of-a-kind ‘techorative pillow’, along with a range of immersive in-room experiences.
Located on Tooley Street in Tower Bridge, the Dixon is the latest London hotel to join the prestigious Autograph Collection from Marriott International. Eleanor Hawkins here heads to the repurposed magistrates’ court to find out more for Breaking Travel News
With a hospitality career spanning three decades, Charles Oak has held several senior management positions in numerous hotels within the group’s portfolio including its five-star flagship the May Fair Hotel.
With The Landmark London recently completing a property-wide refurbishment, general manager Andrew Batchelor here sits down with Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole to discuss what has changed at the hotel
Directed by Hirsch Bedner Associates and GA Design, the complete transformation of the hotel’s guest rooms and public spaces incorporates a fresh take on present-day design while honouring the rich heritage of the property.
Positioned on St Martin’s Lane, with unspoilt views of Trafalgar Square, Page8 will open later this year. This flagship London opening follows in quick succession from the brand’s first hotel launch, in Hong Kong, in January.
A Georgian townhouse overlooking the Thames, Bingham Riverhouse is a gourmet bolthole for lunch and dinner dates, a chic retreat for romantic getaways and a timeless wedding venue. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in for the night
As tibits prepares for the summer season with a new menu, Maria Korelina visits for Breaking Travel News to see what is on offer at this temple to vegetables on the Southbank in London
The 228-room hotel features eleven suites, tailored and named after famous historic residents of Kensington including Alfred Hitchcock, dame Agatha Christie and captain Robert Scott.