Langham Hospitality Group and Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg are delighted to introduce the most exclusive residence in Munich. With an unrivalled location featuring a direct view of the majestic 490-acre imperial estate of Nymphenburg Palace, uniqueContinue reading
Marking an exciting return of the Mondrian brand to London, the opening at Shoreditch will be Mondrian’s sixth hotel within its global portfolio and a European flagship. After an extensive update and re-styling, the 120-roomContinue reading
Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk has accentuated the luxury of Dubai with the opening of its largest property in the Middle East and Africa. Beautifully merging modern French art de vivre and ancient Egyptian heritage withContinue reading
The Savoy, a Fairmont Managed Hotel, will reopen on 24th September with new MD, Franck Arnold.
Franck is a figurehead of luxury hospitality with 30 years experience with some of the best-known hotels and brands in the world, including IHG, Four Seasons, Rocco Forte, Ritz-Carlton and independent hotels in Europe and North America.
New Windsor and Dublin based properties to open in 2021 With more than 80 locations around the globe, Fairmont is known for its grand and awe-inspiring properties, many of which are steeped in history andContinue reading
Beethoven’s Third Symphony was thoughtfully entitled ‘la Heroica’ or Heroic in English. Thank goodness he didn’t stick to his original plan and call it ‘Bonaparte’. After all, it was a piece written in 1804 aboutContinue reading
Whistling through the streets, Rafael Nunez Airport disappearing in the rear view mirror, you could be fooled into believing you are on the outskirts of almost any Colombian town. Modern dwellings, skyscrapers in Bocagrande, twentyContinue reading
In a new collaboration, The Savoy will be working with charity ‘City Harvest’ to provide hundreds of meals each week to vulnerable communities in London. Meals will be produced following the strictest hygiene and social distancing procedures inContinue reading
The Singular pays homage to the buildings and founder’s rich historical importance. The hotels’ restored wood dock hovers over the Fjord looking out to the Pacific, where ships took wool to all over the globe. Close your eyes and you can almost hear the bustle and shouting of workmen loading up the ships.