Located inside the old BBC Television Centre, the old HQ for BBC TV between 1960 and 2013, this 45-room hotel is bursting with charm, good food and plentiful drinks.
On occasion I’m one of those people who gets smug about no longer living in London. I noticed it when I went for lunch with my Sister-in-Law recently; I started waxing lyrical about the low crime rates, big houses, affordable living costs and good schools out here. “And it’s only 30 minutes into Euston!!!” I exclaim. “Amazing!!!!”
Studio 54’s Ian Schrager opened PUBLIC on Chrystie Street in the Lower East Side last year. Sold as a disruptor to the Air BnB model, he wanted to open a space that would do away with the unnecessary bells and whistles of traditional hotels. Did it work for us?
Last week marked the – god, 11th? 12th? – trip I’ve taken to New York in the last ten years, and as I spent my six days in the city that never sleeps I realised just how much knowledge on navigating NYC I’ve accumulated.
When you hear the word ‘Italy’, what do you think? For me it’s the usual:…
As the kids get older, I realise how important it is to spend real quality time, us all together as a family. Which is why, when Southeastern challenged us to discover a part of Kent we’d never been before, we bit their hand off and jumped on the train to Broadstairs!
My first impressions of rush hour Lisbon in May weren’t great. I arrived at a…
This was to be my second trip to Jersey and the children’s first. My good friend Néva moved there last year with her husband’s job and I first visited with my boyfriend back in an unseasonably stormy October 2017: after spending that weekend eating good food and stomping around glorious beaches I couldn’t wait to return with the kids.