Tag: mykonos

  • Avenue St. James, Mayfair, London

    Avenue St. James, Mayfair, London

    A chic joint in the D&D Group, Avenue St. James’ is a trendy eatery in the heart of Mayfair. Living up to its sister establishments’ reputation in the group (think Bluebird Chelsea or 100 Wardour Street), Avenue St James has all the trappings of a fantastic venue: tantalisingly tasty food, […]

     
  • Tiamo Eco-Resort, South Andros

    Tiamo Eco-Resort, South Andros

    Tiamo is on South Andros and accessible only by boat or seaplane. It has only 11 villas, including the ultra-luxury 3 bedrooms Bird’s Nest, and an abundance of pristine private beaches with the clearest turquoise waters, fringed by green palm groves. It is the classic “get away from it all” […]

     
  • Orange Hill Inn, Nassau

    Orange Hill Inn, Nassau

    Orange Hill Inn is favoured by its fabulous location, roughly half way between trendy Cable Beach and Lyford Cay, with all the high end waterfront developments along the way. The inn is similarly on the beach, positioned on a slightly elevated ground and affording great views of the sea just […]

     
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  • The Yacht, London

    The Yacht, London

    If you are looking for an inspired choice of venue for lunch or dinner in central London, head for the Yacht on the Victoria Embankment, a hop, skip and a jump from the House of Parliament. The name may be a bit grand for what is, effectively, a permanently moored […]

     
  • SantAnna Resort, Mykonos

    SantAnna Resort, Mykonos

    Mykonos has long been the destination for the trendy and ‘it’ crowd. It is, however, the tastemakers who have made this one of THE summer destinations to go to – and the crowd inevitably follows. Despite the current economic and political landscape of Greece, Mykonos has remained a law unto […]

     
  • Brasserie on 7, Split, Croatia

    Brasserie on 7, Split, Croatia

    Split is one of the jewels of the Croatian Riviera. Split is home to Diocletian’s Palace that occupies half of the old town of Split. Today it has been reappropriated by the people and is lined with boutiques and cafes. The city is alive – and you feel both the […]

     
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