ArtMan Kevin Wilson checks in and checks out The Cumberland Hotel
Bring a bottle begs WineChap, a decent bl**dy bottle
In the first of his series tipping off LondonlovesBusiness.com readers on the hottest restaurant, hotel and bar openings in town, Emyr Thomas reveals 2012 as a bumper year – and there’s not a Jubilee or Olympic sport in sight
We take a look at the less obvious perspectives of events in the capital – keep an eye out for Gary Barlow and Brad Pitt
Two hundred years ago Charles Dickens was born, and in case you hadn’t noticed, today marks the start of Dickens fever as people celebrate the writer’s legacy across the country. Here’s some of what happened.
From boosting your sustainable living to enjoying a night of cabaret in the Old Vic tunnels, here’s what you can get up to in the capital this week
Take a look at these paintings by arty animals, they might have more artistic skills than you do?!
Our diarist Freya Simms offers her fortnightly reflections on her favourite London haunts…
The Dealer: You now have to pay more for Picasso and co – which could drive great modern art out of London
Our intrepid antiques writer outlines pesky new regulation facing collectors, and recalls some issues with a stuffed lion
Takings at theatres in London’s West End have increased for the eighth consecutive year with…
Forget quitting smoking and joining the gym, what about your business?
What to do in the capital this week, from a networking event in Mayfair to a holiday show featuring Sir Trevor McDonald
Buying a floor and drycleaning need never be dull again, here’s why
Going out for an Indian is, let’s face it, usually not that posh…
This week Kevin Wilson invites you to see a quality street of an exhibition at the Courtauld Institute
London’s hoteliers enjoyed a profitable 2011 despite the market slowing down in December, according to…
From a Bill Gates Lecture to the Chinese new year celebrations- there’s a lot going on this week..
It’s access through appointment only – but LondonlovesBusiness.com secured a sneak peek inside this opulent playground for the superrich
A high-end tailor with offices in the City, Canary Wharf and Savile Row, has reported…
A Room For London is a new, one-bedroomed hotel on the Southbank. It doesn’t provide room service or a hotel bar (let alone a jacuzzi), and guests are only allowed to stay one night.