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London's Hottest New Hotels

The most newsworthy hotels in London reflect its wildly different personalities.

It List: The Best New Hotels 2012

From a Caribbean rustic-chic retreat to New Zealand’s Minaret Station (accessible only by helicopter), these are the year’s best new hotels.

Hotel Bel-Air’s Modern New Look

After 65 years in one of Los Angeles’s loveliest canyons, the iconic Hotel Bel-Air lands firmly in the 21st century.

William and Kate's Guide to London

Follow in the royal couple’s footsteps around London Town.

InterContinental London Park Lane’s Renovation

Change is afoot at the InterContinental London Park Lane (One Hamilton Place, Park Lane; 44-20/7409-3131; www.intercontinental.com; doubles from $505). The hotel’s famously swank site—between Hyde...

Where to Eat in London Now

Veteran food critic Paul Levy finds 10 restaurants in the British capital that are worth every shilling.

Travel Tips From Six Jewelry Designers

For six jet-setting jewelry designers, the world is their muse. Rima Suqi gets these rock stars' best travel tips, secret finds, and favorite places.

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

London for Less

Despite its reputation as one of the world's costliest cities, London can still deliver a lot of punch for your pound. Here, essential tips on...

T+L Reports: Tips from Hotel Florists

Celebrity florists are sprouting in top hotels, where radical bouquets can turn guest rooms into sylvan bowers. Look for Louise Woodhouse in her rubber wellies...
HOTELS

Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane

In 2011, the Four Seasons reopened its 11-story tower near Hyde Park Corner after a 2-year, head-to-toe renovation by Pierre Yves Rochon. Rooms were redesigned (and expanded) with sycamore panels and... more ›


RESTAURANTS

The Grill at The Dorchester

A local favorite for modern British cuisine, The Grill is set in the historic Dorchester Hotel, a Mayfair landmark established in 1931. Beneath gilded ceilings and shaded chandeliers, patrons settle... more ›


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