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The pod-sized bedrooms are 'equipped with comfortable super-king-size beds; sleek Vitra furniture; strong rainshowers; and simple, hi-tech tablets to control the blinds, music, free films, heating and even the lighting,' reveals Conde Nast Traveller.
Inspired by Soho House, there is an open fire in the library while bedrooms have silk wallpaper and subway-tiled bathrooms.
Marrakech may be a bustling destination, but guests can retreat from the frenzy of haggling in the souks to the calm of Le Riad Berbere, hidden behind an unassuming wooden door in the medina.
Dating back to the 17th century, the residence has just five rooms and boasts a roof terrace, a courtyard and a garden.
There are sunset yoga sessions on the outdoor terrace but you can also arrange a rainforest tour or a paddle-boarding session down on the beach at the front desk.
According to Conde Nast Traveller, the 'quirky' 44-room property in upscale Charlottenburg is 'designed to resemble the suave dwellings of a well-travelled modern-day aristocrat, and knows how to let its hair down'.
Finally, below is the 1949 Ordnance Survey “6 inch to the mile” map, with just the River Thames coloured in, which shows that Chiswick never got fully urbanised – the open lands to the south of the earlier maps have simply become...
The Children’s Map of London (sometimes called the Children’s Pictorial Map of London) was drawn by Leslie Bullock and first published by Bartholomew in 1938, the edition here is I believe the original version.
Stations are shown as small filled diamonds for regular stations, and larger, hollow diamonds for larger ones – when these are overlaid, due to the different colours of the different lines, there is some indication of the connection.
At Mapping London, we love the idea of a community getting together to brighten up a drab wall in their area, particularly when the artwork commissioned is a map! The mural features 16 different maps, 8 on each side of the road, from 1593 (Norden’s map of Middlesex) right up to the latest 2018 Legible London map of the area (those attractive pedestrian maps you see on totem poles throughout the inner London, and now extending further out).
We feature three of these maps here – at the top is a map by William Knight from 1700 of “Towns, Villages, Gentlemen’s Houses for 20 Miles round London”, it shows that Turn(h)am Green has been around for far longer than the tube station which bears its name.
This bohemian bed and breakfast only has 12 rooms but each comes with its own name and is decorated with crochet bed covers, Berber rugs, retro wallpaper and 70s light fixtures, reports the travel publication.
The accommodation encourages guests to socialise and has plenty of public spaces and a shared kitchen, which is replenished with coconut water everyday.
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Rattan Chadha, the man behind Citizen M (as well as fashion brand Mexx) is said to offer guests 'the basics done well' according to Conde Nast Traveller.