Brentford: Picky About Mattresses? Here’s Your New London Hotel

Brentford: Picky About Mattresses? Here’s Your New London Hotel

Remember when we told you about the Urban Villa Edinburgh, that’s currently under planning? Turns out that’s not the only one of its kind on the scene: Urban Villa London will kick off the brand when it opens in January. According to the website, owned by the NOHO Hotel Group, it’ll be a place “where […]

London: What Does Shoreditch Need? A New Hotel, Of Course

London: What Does Shoreditch Need? A New Hotel, Of Course

Because our list of new hotels for east London wasn’t long enough, here is another one: the Great Eastern Street Hotel. No points for guessing which street the hotel is on, which means that once complete, it will be a hop and a skip from The Hoxton Shoreditch and Nobu Shoreditch. In fact, you can […]

London: South Kensington Will Get Its Exhibitionist Earlier (And Cheaper) Than Expected

London: South Kensington Will Get Its Exhibitionist Earlier (And Cheaper) Than Expected

Well this isn’t very true to character. The Exhibitionist Hotel in South Kensington, which we told you about last month, is opening earlier than its scheduled 1 December date – rooms are available to book from 10 November. An early opening is weird in itself, but what’s weirder is that the hotel’s own website, which […]

Architecture And Tourism In Beijing And London

Last year I had the pleasure to be one of the examiners of a PhD thesis submitted to the University of Girona in Catalunya (Spain). A German architect turned tourism expert, Jan Specht, defended in the 800-year-old rooms of the university his insights into the role of contemporary architecture as an attraction for international visitors, […]

Architecture And Tourism In Beijing And London

Last year I had the pleasure to be one of the examiners of a PhD thesis submitted to the University of Girona in Catalunya (Spain). A German architect turned tourism expert, Jan Specht, defended in the 800-year-old rooms of the university his insights into the role of contemporary architecture as an attraction for international visitors, […]

Architecture And Tourism In Beijing And London

Last year I had the pleasure to be one of the examiners of a PhD thesis submitted to the University of Girona in Catalunya (Spain). A German architect turned tourism expert, Jan Specht, defended in the 800-year-old rooms of the university his insights into the role of contemporary architecture as an attraction for international visitors, […]

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