Work Remotely from Paradise – You Deserve It

Warwick Long Bay
2020 has been one long winter. Who hasn’t been dreaming of a paradise island whilst working from home? Bermuda Tourism Authority is making this dream a reality with extended stay options for working professionals. Never has there been a better time to work hard and play hard. Bermuda is a ninety-minute direct flight from New…
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Matteo’s, Mayfair’s newest Italian

Like a mirrored gold-spun rubix cube, wrapped in carnation red, interior designer Martin Brudnizk has created more than a homage to Annabel’s adored past-decadence – he has crafted a wondrous experience-led interior, a sumptuous dining space of Italian frivolity. Matteo’s is the antithesis of all that one would expect from Annabel’s newest Mayfair Italian. Entering…
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Bentley Motors Achieve Carbon Neutral Factory

Bentley Motors this week achieved carbon neutral certification for its factory headquarters in Crewe, England, taking another step to becoming the world’s most sustainable luxury automotive manufacturer. Earlier this year, the UK’s largest solar car port, comprising 10,000 solar panels, was installed at Bentley’s factory site in Crewe. The installation has a capacity of 2.7MW…
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Heiton Mill House

The Scottish Borders has long been a favourite of ours – beautiful rolling hills, endless beaches, world-class fishing and epic driving – so we jumped at the offer of a weekend staying with local holiday specialists Crabtree & Crabtree. Feeling adventurous – and keen to make the most of the north east’s picturesque winding roads –…
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Valentine Day Gift Ideas with Asian Character

On February 14th of each year, Valentine’s Day is celebrated across the world. Its origin lies in the Western Christian feast day honouring early saint’s named ‘Valentinus’. Valentine’s Day or Saint Valentine’s Day celebrates love and romance mainly between romantic partners. It is an important cultural and commercial celebration of romantic love famous in many…
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Four Seasons Hotel, Palo Alto

A Four Seasons Hotel that most Uber drivers can’t find isn’t a good omen. The Four Seasons Palo Alto is camouflaged at the end of a cul-de-sac of office blocks,  all designed in that late 90s functional vernacular so familiar to anyone whose sat in slow moving traffic on the M4. Perhaps lacking the bespoke…
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Palace Hotel, San Francisco

Ten years before Matthew Weiner pushed Don Draper out of his Madison Avenue office to come crashing down on our screens, David Fincher pushed Michael Douglas off an office block in San Francisco. Douglas crashed through the Art Deco glass roof of the Palace Hotel in San Francisco and landed in what is now its…
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Desperate Measures – Royal Enfield Classic 500

It’s 1901, Queen Victoria’s 63 year reign has come to an end, Texas discovers its oil, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid are officially in trouble, and Royal Enfield produce their first motorcycle. “The oldest global motorcycle brand in continuous production” is a tag the company is rightly proud of, and in 2017 the company…
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Rolls Royce Wraith Eagle VIII

You and I live in a world where we can have every imaginable luxury provided for us at the press of a button. What material thing could either of us possibly list that the other couldn’t obtain? Perhaps then, the only remaining comfort – the buttress against the uncertainties of existence – is the comfort of…
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Nobu, Palo Alto: How To Do ‘New’

Not everything in Silicon Valley is about the newest. There’s the Rosewood Hotel, maintaining a majestic overview of Sand Hill Road for 10 years now. And Stanford University, over a hundred years old, still sits serene in the morning sunshine at the end of its mile-long palm tree drive. And then there’s Nobu Palo Alto.…
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