hotels

The world's finest architects are focusing their creativity on designing spectacular hotels that are bold, innovative and
Bringing together 19 of the world's best architects and designers to work on one hotel project was a challenge in itself. The resulting Silken Puerta America in Madrid is a sensation, writes Ellie Stathaki
The collision of art, architecture and design in new hotels is creating a radically enhanced guest experience. James Wallman shares his views on the latest trends
Anguilla is a part of the British West Indies, measuring only 16 miles long and 3 miles wide, with only 15,000 inhabitants who have built their lives around the travel and leisure industry. Anguilla is within close proximity to larger islands including Puerto Rico, St. Martin and Antigua, which are served by regular international commercial flights.
I have worked with clients around the globe helping them create homes that are inviting spaces that are both a personal sanctuary and a great stage for entertaining friends and family. Trying to create a home away from home is another challenge entirely.
2011 has seen a flurry of new openings, starting with a bang in January with Heston Blumenthal's first foray into the London
Gardeners worried about leaving their precious plants alone whilst they go on holiday can sleep a little easier tonight, after
The newly-opened Ellenborough Park is a gem of a country house hotel in the rolling Cotswolds countryside. Don't miss a dip
Fancy swimming in an infinity pool 200m above the Singapore skyline? Or a $30 million Las Vegas 'shark tank'? Check out Tripadvisor's
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Government departments spent more than £120 million on hotels in two years, with the Ministry of Defence