Travel reviews

La Tania in a sea of cloud. Photo Robin Garnier

Travel review: Le Ski’s Chalet Marmau, La Tania, in the French Alps

As autumn pulls in and one school holiday comes to an end, it’s worth thinking forward to the next one and making some ski plans to tide you through the seasonal doldrums.

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The Dorchester in Park Lane, Mayfair - Niall Clutton

Travel review: The Dorchester, London

Nestled in leafy Park Lane is one of, if not the, grandest hotels in London. The Dorchester stands proudly in the midst of the Mayfair street, surrounded by a fleet of supercars and glamorous guests.

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Nira Alpina offers breathtaking views across the Engadin valley.

Travel review: Nira Alpina, Switzerland

St. Moritz has traditionally been the ski resort of choice for the international jet set – frequented by the stars and name-checked in James Bond films.

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The villa and pool.

Travel review: Cana Siona holiday villa, Pollença, Majorca

Apart from the odd bird tweeting and the crickets chirping, all I could hear was the gentle rippling of water as I glided through our private swimming pool.

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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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