Shilpa Ganatra

Shilpa Ganatra

The Gainsborough suite

The Gainsborough Bath Spa, Bath: hotel review

Bath is an always-popular spot for a weekend break or an extended staycation, but we’ve just experienced another reason to visit the spa town: the Gainsborough. It’s the only hotel in the UK to use local mineral waters in its hotel spa, its five-star service is up there with the...

ITC Kohenur, Hyderabad, India: hotel review

In the centre of the expansive country of India, is a city coming into its own. Over the last 15 years, Hyderabad has turned from a cluster of traditional villages centred around the historic Golconda Fort and Charminar Mosque, to India’s buzzing new Silicon Valley with the likes of Facebook,...

Radisson RED Glasgow

Hotel review: Radisson RED, Glasgow

Shilpa Ganatra takes a trip up north to check out the UK's very first Radisson RED The vibe Radisson RED is the contemporary boutique arm of the brand, and as it’s well-received in its other five locations across the globe – we went to the Brussels location for its Christmas...

Pengilly House

GALLERY: A first look at Pengilly House, Cape Town

If you've ever dreamed of living the high life - in all senses of the word - step this way.  We've tracked down the first pics of a South African architectural masterpiece - the type you imagine will be used in film scenes depicting uber-rich movie stars. It's Pengilly House,...

L'Ami Malo

Restaurant Review: L’Ami Malo

The world over, French food is best known for its Michelin-star variety: the theatre of a carved duck, the delicacy of îles flottantes, the flames of a Crêpes Suzette. But in the northwest corner of France, nearer to its Celtic cousins than other parts of the country, such pomp doesn’t...

Restaurant Review: Delicatessen

The famous postcode of NW3 is known for impeccable homely feel, leafy streets and its ruthless approach to neighbourhood restaurants: with refined palettes to serve and high rents to pay, only the best survive. Enter Delicatessen, a confusingly-named modern Middle Eastern restaurant from the owners of similarly kosher restaurants Head...

8 fantastic foodie experiences in Menorca

Just 30 miles wide, Menorca might be Mallorca’s little brother, but it shouldn’t be ignored until there’s no one else to play Xbox with. It’s a small island of concentrated fun, with a wealth of beaches, so much nature that Unesco got involved, and oodles of rustic charm. Most locals...

Cuban beach

Mojitos, memorials and music in Villa Clara, Cuba

On a busy coach hurtling eastwards, the urban landscape of Havana fades into the background, replaced by green expanses and farmland dotted with bison, wild horses and goats. Most visitors to Cuba do this journey too, when they travel between the capital and the ever-popular resort of Varadero. But those...

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