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London Makeover for Brown's

Brown's has always been as indelibly English as Queen Victoria or Agatha Christie—both of whom frequented the London hotel. Daphne Merkin discovers that an ambitious...

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Traditional course design stages a comeback

Editor's Note | May 2006

Identifying the unique and flavorful is our mission at Travel + Leisure, but the Europe Issue we publish each May is always a stimulating challenge....

T+L Reports: Claridge's Bath Products

Claridge's, one of London's most legendary hotels, has tapped into its Art Deco heritage to create goodies you can indulge in long after checkout. Its...

London's New Shop Crop

London's best new shops are quintessentially English: impeccably turned out, utterly style-conscious, and more than a little bit tongue-in-cheek. Here, six of our favorites for...

Connecticut's Litchfield Hills

Just two hours outside Manhattan, Connecticut's Litchfield Hills has become a destination for savvy shoppers in search of antiques, rare books, and one-of-a-kind accessories.

T+L Reports: London Sushi Scene

To your average Londoner, not all that long ago, sushi was simply fish that hadn't yet met a fryer. Then restaurants like Nobu and Zuma...

London's New Old Guard Hotels

Several renowned London hotels aren't what they used to be. But arch-traditionalist Christopher Petkanas doesn't even mind

Best of London Shopping

Looking for the old guard or the avant-garde?From Knightsbridge to Notting Hill, Lynn Yaeger reveals 52 essential addresses for your next buying trip

T+L Reports: Brit Bites

In London these days, beans on toast (and other English classics) are as popular as Jimmy Choo handbags. Terence Conran's Plateau (Canada Place; 44-207/715-7100; dinner...

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