Month: April 2017

Pulitzer, Amsterdam

Contributor/ Steve Beale Best Known For This 45 year-old self-declared ‘urban resort’ in the heart of Amsterdam’s World Heritage Site has undergone major renovations over the past year, and to spectacular effect. Its most referred-to characteristic is its basic architecture – the hotel is actually 25 conjoined narrow townhouses in the quintessential Amsterdam style. With …

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Who is James Beaumont?

Better known as Jimmy, Beaumont was a man who loved the feel of a bespoke suit, always dressed for the occasion and didn’t belong to our time. A gentleman by anyone’s definition, he was a fellow with a genuine passion for hospitality. The son of a British born hotelier based in Michigan, Jimmy was born …

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The Chedi, Andermatt

Guest Contributor/ Tania Samonas Best Known For Perhaps best known for the “privilege of ease” mantra and the views of the Swiss Alpine’s mountains and valleys. The Good Stuff The Chedi Andermatt is a hotel you want to constantly touch. The combinations of finishes are so tactile and diverse making it a sensory treat. It is not …

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Chiltern Firehouse, London

Contributor/ Imran Hussain Best Known For       Simply by being ‘Chiltern Firehouse’, US hotelier Andre Balazs’ first foray across the pond, means that it was always set to become established quickly. This is a hotel by the man that gave you Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, The Mercer in New York and Sunset Beach, Shelter Island. …

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Mark Hooper, Hole & Corner

“I tend to prefer brands who have always had a bit of culture and heritage central to what they do – like Hermès who have always championed craftsmanship.” Mark Mark is an award-winning editor and journalist. He has edited Hole & Corner magazine since launch and was previously Editor-in-Chief of Virgin Media’s customer communications at Redwood. He has …

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