Travel reviews

Logie enjoys a walk on Climping Beach, a short walk from Bailiffscourt Hotel.

Travel review: Bailiffscourt Hotel and Spa, Sussex

Five star luxury isn’t something you normally expect when looking for a dog-friendly holiday – tatty cottages and run down bed and breakfasts are more of what normally springs to mind.

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A view of St Germain's rooftops from the balcony of a room at L'Hotel.

Travel review: St. Germain, Paris

For someone who considers himself fairly well-travelled, there are some glaring omissions in my travel history to date.

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Charlotte at the Vittorio monument

Gallery: Travel review - A romantic mini break to Rome

Charlotte Smith Jarvis’ romantic kids-free mini break with husband Jarvis didn’t quite go to plan...

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Plitvice National Park in Croatia.

Travel review: Family Hotel Funimation Borik, Zadar, Croatia

Croatia is such a strikingly beautiful tourist destination, it’s strange to think that just two decades ago the country – which was part of the former Yugoslavia – was at the heart of the bloodiest conflict in Europe since the Second World War.

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Geneva's famous Jet d'Eau

Travel review: Geneva, Switzerland

If you’re into skiing you’ve probably landed at Geneva airport and like thousands of other people every year set off straight for the slopes. But for all those who made it no further than the arrivals hall let me assure you this city has plenty more to offer.

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CUT at 45 Park Lane (photo by Adam Parker)

Hotel review: 45 Park Lane, London

The Dorchester Collection is famed for its luxury, but is 45 Park Lane a leading light? Mark Kebble is delighted to report that it most certainly is

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