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ITCM slept here logoA series of personal reports on selected hotels by ITCM staff

Less Heathrow hassle at Radisson Edwardian

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Less Heathrow hassle at Radisson Edwardian

by Roger St. Pierre
Seemingly oblivious to warnings of a possible double-dip recession, Central London hoteliers have been responding to their current high occupancy levels not by sensible pricing but by continuing to hike their rates to ever more stratospheric levels.


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Musical meal at the Corus Hotel Hyde Park

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Michelle Chenery reports

For either foreign or UK delegates, the 390-room 4-star Corus Hotel Hyde Park is very well located. It is in the heart of London, with some rooms overlooking Hyde Park and very close to main-line Paddington Station and Lancaster Gate tube station, with easy access from the Heathrow Express.
The hotel occupies a 200-year-old listed Georgian building and is the Corus Hotels’ flagship.


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Michelle Chenery reports on a stay at St Giles, The Court New York

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Michelle Chenery reports on a stay at St Giles, The Court New York

A short two-block walk from Grand Central Station gets you to one of the St Giles hotels in New York, The Court, a 199-room, 47-suite boutique property with its sister hotel, the 120-room, 9-suite Tuscany, just a few doors down. Located in the Murray Hill neighbourhood midtown Manhattan on Lexington and 39th, there is no shortage of visitor attractions within walking distance. Just 15 minutes away is the buzz of Times Square, the theatre district is almost on the doorstep, as are the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building. The Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden, Guggenheim Museum are also within easy reach.

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A right Royal Garden experience

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This is the first in a series of personal reports on selected hotels by ITCM staff

The 5-star Royal Garden Hotel is very central in a swish part of London. In fact it is a neighbour to Kensington Palace and a bevy of beautiful embassy buildings in what is called Millionaires Row, linking Kensington High Street with Notting Hill Gate.

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