England

Tips and Articles in England

Everyone knows that a transatlantic flight leaves you dehydrated and a touch groggy, but if you’re landing in the international hub of London, there’s an easy pick-me-up just steps away. Head to these six spas for the city’s top beauty treatments....
On September 15th, detective fans around the world will celebrate the 125th birthday of famed mystery writer Agatha Christie. And there will be no better place to toast to the acclaimed author than at the Draycott Hotel in London, which boasts Edw...
While we hesitate to say Shakespeare is having a resurgence—since, frankly, there’s never really been a lull in interest in his works—it is worth noting that the Bard is having an especially good year in London. The current production of Hamlet...
London's Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport is shining some light on 21 of the city's hidden gems. Its subjects: a group of inter-war period pubs with (wonderfully) dated architecture. The Royal Oak (pictured) is one of the chosen. B...
London's Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport is shining some light on 21 of the city's hidden gems. Its subjects: a group of inter-war period pubs with (wonderfully) dated architecture. The Royal Oak (pictured) is one of the chosen. B...
London's Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport is shining some light on 21 of the city's hidden gems. Its subjects: a group of inter-war period pubs with (wonderfully) dated architecture. The Royal Oak (pictured) is one of the chosen. B...
London's Secretary of State for Culture, Media, and Sport is shining some light on 21 of the city's hidden gems. Its subjects: a group of inter-war period pubs with (wonderfully) dated architecture. The Royal Oak (pictured) is one of the chosen. B...
It was Her Majesty The Queen who first planted the idea of using the lawn at Coworth Park as a polo ground. This was 1954, years before the Dorchester Collection turned the 18th-century country house into a 70-room boutique hotel (that wouldn’t ha...
A weekend festival celebrating meat that was conceived by an American has turned into a can’t-miss annual event in London. Entering its third year, Meatopia was concocted by the late Josh Ozersky, formerly the restaurant editor of Esquire and a Ja...
The queues snaking down the street from BAO, a new Taiwanese restaurant in London’s Soho, are testament to the treats that lie within. The menu is small—just five signature baos, or buns (around $5 each), and a handful of larger dishes (think hand...
Artist Banksy’s “bemusement park” Dismaland, which opened last week, now has a trailer—and it’s as morbid and snarky as you’d expect. The trailer starts off with the typical idyllic family: a quaint brick house, yard, and a four person fami...
Londoners using Big Ben as a trusty timekeeper over the past couple of weeks might have been ever so slightly late to their appointments. The BBC reports the iconic clock tower has been running up to six seconds late, according to clock smith I...
More often than not, airport food is nothing to get excited about (unless you're lucky enough to run into one of these amazing restaurants). London's Gatwick Airport is trying to overcome that reputation with a new series of food focused on integr...
Late last week, Channel 4 News took a trip through Banksy's Dismaland. The "bemusement" park is far from any attraction you've ever seen, taking familiar tourist attractions and turning them completely upside-down all the while confronting controv...
A four-course meal is a treat; a 200-course meal is borderline abuse to the senses. Bompass and Parr—creators of spectacularly over-the-top culinary experiences—have done it again with their new mission to host a 200-course meal. The duo teamed up...