Hotel review: Malmaison London

“This British brand’s London property is housed in an elegant white-fronted Victorian building that was once a nurse’s home. The Mal bar and brasserie draws in guests and locals alike, while rooms – which squeeze in fun touches such as hanging wine glasses – will suit anyone up for some cosmopolitan cool.”

Read my review for Telegraph Travel here:

The Park Tower Knightsbridge, a Luxury Collection Hotel

The Park Tower Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge, London, England View on a map

8 out of 10 Telegraph expert rating

Housed in a soaring round tower that was designed by Swiss-British architect Richard Seifert in 1973, The Park Tower Knightsbridge has long been a place to see and be seen. Sandwiched between leafy Hyde Park and Harrods, the property is popular with discerning guests who adore the thrillingly old fashioned service.

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London's best new restaurant and bar openings

The person who can dominate a London dining table can dominate the world, or so said Oscar Wilde. And boy, does the city have a lot of tables to choose from.

Here is our round-up of the best new bars and resturants from August, each one tried and tested by Telegraph Travel experts, including a pub brought back to life with contemporary dining, a rooftop bar in Brixton with South American flavours, and an egg-focused food joint straight out of Los Angeles:

Secret London: 10 of our favourite overlooked green spaces

The inaugural National Park City Festival takes place across London from July 20-28. It’s an eclectic celebration of London’s great outdoors, with events ranging from musical installations in Epping Forest to walking tours of Kensington Gardens.

Almost half of London is green space, and its eight Royal Parks cover almost 2,000 hectares of land and attract millions of sunseekers, nature lovers and flâneurs. But there are many more overlooked options – sanctuaries from the bustle of city life but unencumbered by crowds. Here are 10 of our favourites.

Google launches Touring Bird – a one-stop shop for tours, activities and experiences

When it comes to planning a trip there are two types of traveller: those who love spending hours and hours researching what to see and do in each destination and those who – quite frankly – find it a faff.

If you fall into the latter camp, check out Touring Bird – a brand new app from Google that collates attractions, activities, tours and local tips (because for many people the best kind of trip is one based on local knowledge) in over 20 destinations.

London bound? Check out my tips for Touring Bird at the link below - and feel free to hit me up for more little known London attractions and quirky corners