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October Events in London

October Events in London Following on from a vibrant summer in the British capital, October promises to usher in the autumn months with an equally broad and enticing schedule of cultural happenings, revelry and big city fun. Whether you’re looking to join an American football street party, get in the spooky spirit for Halloween,… [read more]
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London’s Best Wedding Dress Shops

London's Best Wedding Dress Shops In life, there are certain milestones that are worth savouring and bedecking with a little extra sparkle, and picking out your wedding dress is certainly one. But the choices can be daunting. Do you choose a vintage or modern style? A romantic silhouette or a classic shape? And that’s before… [read more]
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The Best London Wine Lists

Red wine_Refat Mamutov_istock_thinkstock header image It’s very easy to feel intimidated when faced with a wine list the length of a short novel. The good news for aspiring oenophiles? You don’t always have to go to fine-dining restaurants with crisp white tablecloths and vast cellars to experience the very best London wine lists. At The… [read more]
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Exploring The Historic Royal Palaces in London

The Mall_Mary Lane_iStock_Thinkstock What better way to discover the long and rich history of London than by visiting some of the city’s glorious Royal palaces? If you’re staying at one of the superb Red Carnation Hotels in central London, you couldn’t be better placed for some regal sightseeing, with some of the most… [read more]
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Light Summer Cocktails for Warm Evenings

COCKTAIL 2_RCH We caught up with our longstanding barman, Esley at The Egerton House Hotel, in the heart of Knightsbridge, to talk about their new Light Summer Cocktails menu. From the Egerton Amore (vodka, Cointreau and cranberry juice) to Summer Breeze, a fruity combination of gin, lime, bitter lemon and grenadine, The… [read more]
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10 Must-See Things at the Victoria & Albert Museum

V&A London’s extraordinary museums regularly draw millions of visitors. From blockbuster exhibitions at The Tate Modern to the city’s array of hidden private collections, we Londoners have access to incredible art. One of our favourites is the Victoria & Albert Museum. The city’s preeminent design museum, the V&A’s collection spans works… [read more]
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The Top London January Sales

The Rubens at the Palace After the rush of Christmas, the highlight of our calendar is undoubtedly the London January sales. Whether it’s gourmet grape jelly or plush leather oxfords you’re after, cacao nib truffles or Coco Chanel, there are so many fabulous reductions you’ll be utterly spoilt for choice. At The Rubens at the… [read more]
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Winter Wonderland: The Best London Bars for Cosy Drinking

Christmas jumper, Christmas vodka.. does it get any better!   Rumour has it that we have a particularly snowy and cold winter heading our way this year. While that might strike fear into the hearts of most Londoners, we, on the other hand, are more than ready for the chill. At The Montague on the Gardens in Bloomsbury, we’re… [read more]
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Where to Find the Best Martini in London

Martini There’s no better place in the world to get a bracingly chilled, perfectly blended Martini than in London. The city is home to a number of bars that are suitable for all kinds of outings: Looking for an after-work drink? A tipple with dinner? A Martini with history? No matter… [read more]
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London Theatre Guide: This Season’s Top New Productions

Carlos Acosta Autumn in London means a new collection of can’t-miss shows, ballets, operas, and more, all of which promise spellbinding productions. We’ve put together a London theatre guide of five of the most highly anticipated events of the autumn 2013 season, from a stunning performance of Mozart’s Requiem to a new… [read more]
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