Nestled in London’s Knightsbridge district, the Berkeley has been a landmark fixture since the turn of the century. The context of the hotel’s location, mere steps from Hyde Park, makes staying here a classic British experience.
Frenchie may be one of London’s most buoyant, exciting new spots to dine.
Embracing the traditional Hindu system of achieving health and bodily balance through diet, yogic breathing, and the use of regenerative herbs.
This year, Truefitt & Hill turns 210 years old, making it the (Guinness World Record’s book-approved) oldest barbershop in the world.
Perfumer Lyn Harris first became aware of her fondness for scents during childhood visits to her grandparent’s home in the Scottish Highlands. “They grew berries, fruits, and flowers in their walled garden,” she remembers.
Englishman Nick Jones continues the expansion of his Brit-pack-cool Soho House with openings across Europe and North America.
The purpose of a hotel, at its primal core, is to provide a place to rest one’s head. Yet, under the cover of night, a time of relaxation for most is not a time of relaxation for others. At Claridge’s hotel in central London’s Mayfair neighbourhood, this holds especially true.
If you go to the Shard, architect Renzo Piano’s spire-like building in London, and step inside an elevator, there’s nowhere to go but up—way up. It’s the ideal place to throw vertigo out the window because within Western Europe’s largest building is Aqua Shard, opened by restaurateur David Yeo this past July.
This May, Virgin Atlantic officially enters the Canadian airline market with a new flight route between Vancouver and London (Heathrow Airport). The service will start with four flights per week on its Airbus A340-300 carrier—and, of course, the complete Virgin experience is in the cards for all customers.