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Big Changes At 4 Hilton London Hotels

Welcome to the The Bentley London, A Hilton Hotel!

Practically the only thing I hate about London is the price of Starwood hotels! When I’m in London I usually stay at Hilton brands because I can usually find deals around $150-$180 USD a/night.  Tonight as I was searching for a London hotel I came across some surprises! I’ve always wanted to try the Bentley […]

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London For Foodies – Part 1


London’s Borough Market If you’ve never been to London’s Borough Market it’s worth a visit when you’re in London. Luckily, or maybe unluckily (is that a word?), for me, the market is about 2 blocks from my new office in London and I have a co-worker there who is the queen of markets! The market […]

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London Olympic Victory Parade 2012: Photos

Although I wasn’t able to participate on the ground in any of the London Olympic Victory Parade celebrations, I had a pretty great view from my office here in London. The parade was to honor Team GBs Olympic and Paralympic Athletes. Red Arrows stream across the sky leaving a trail of red, white & blue. […]

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Le Meridien Piccadilly Hotel Review

Le Méridien Piccadilly sits in the heart of London’s West End one block from Piccadilly Circus and the famous Fortnum and Mason department store.  The Le Meridien is a modern and sophisticated hotel.  I love the Le Meridien brand and this experience was no different. Check-in My check-in experience was not that smooth – atypical […]

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Dinner @PollenStSocial – One of My Top 10 Meals…

This Saturday I enjoyed a meal with a friend at Pollen Street Social in London. The meal has made it to my list of top 10 meals of all time – yes, it was that good.   Located in the Mayfair district, Chef Jason Atherton – formerly of Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant – has created a […]

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Sheraton Park Lane Hotel Review – A History Lesson

This hotel review is longer than most of my reviews because it includes a history of the hotel (which I found very fascinating), of course, you could skip the Hotel History section and jump to the review, but what fun would that be? Hotel History: The Park Lane Hotel is a grand London hotel built […]

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