HOTELS

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Review: Radisson Red Glasgow

Review: Radisson Red Glasgow

by Civilian Glasgow

"On Saturday night the 'Glasgow Fabulous' crowd, who wholeheartedly and touchingly believe their city the fashion and glamour capital of the world, were out in full force"

Indian suites | The best palace hotels in Jaipur

Indian suites | The best palace hotels in Jaipur

by Neil D.A. Stewart

Neil D.A. Stewart on palace life in Jaipur

Review: citizenM New York Bowery Hotel

Review: citizenM New York Bowery Hotel

by Civilian New York City

"You might be looking for the spirit of punk on your LES safari, but when that was in evidence, so was omnipresent gunplay"

Times Square, it is a changin’ | Review: The Times Square EDITION

Times Square, it is a changin’ | Review: The Times Square EDITION

by Mark C. O'Flaherty

"I periodically locked gaze with the barman, who was clearly also hoping for some Godzilla-type event to hit the hotel"

Blooming good | Review: Moxy Chelsea, NYC

Blooming good | Review: Moxy Chelsea, NYC

by Neil D.A. Stewart

"The girls had ironed hair that hung lower, it seemed in some cases, than the hems of their dresses"

Manama Mia

Manama Mia

by Cillian O'Connor

"Merchant House is, in a hotel landscape that could otherwise be described as 'banal luxury'"

The best airport hotel in the world. Perhaps | Andaz Delhi

The best airport hotel in the world. Perhaps | Andaz Delhi

by Mark C. O'Flaherty

"I spent afternoons staring out the window at planes take off, contemplating my strange new life, living in this non-place"

Backing the right horse | Review: Castel Monastero, Tuscany

Backing the right horse | Review: Castel Monastero, Tuscany

by Joseph Hammond

"To describe it is a horse race is unfair to an event which has elements of rugby, gang warfare and the Tournament of Roses Parade"

Monastic luxury | Son Brull, Mallorca

Monastic luxury | Son Brull, Mallorca

by Elissa Collier Cray

"I know I’ve only got an hour of ‘wellbeing’ in me at a time"

Suzanne Moore marries herself, heads to Oman

Suzanne Moore marries herself, heads to Oman

by Suzanne Moore

"There are also lots of older couples who sit blankly looking at each other – their honeymoons clearly finished some time ago"