London

Whether 2016 was your best year ever or one you’d rather forget, there’s no better way to end it than with an over-the-top party. No matter where you are this New Year’s Eve—from New York City to...
On December 15, Christie’s will be auctioning art pieces provided by the Edward James Foundation as part of Christie’s Classic Week in London. The evening, titled A Surreal Legacy , will comprise 200...
Styling by Alicia Buszczak Cocktail styling by Karen Gillingham Special thanks to Gearys of Beverly Hills When the London bartender and mixologist Tony Conigliaro bottled his first Manhattan a decade...
One of our city’s oldest traditions, The Lord Mayor’s Show (which has not missed a year since 1852) marks the start of a new term for the newly appointed Lord Mayor. An annual celebration, that...
Each year, Europe’s top hotels introduce larger, more luxurious suite accommodations in an effort to one up each other and set a new standard in the industry. While luxurious finishes, amenities, and...
“I don’t see any boundaries between any of the art forms. I think they all interrelate completely.” —David Bowie A consummate creative, David Bowie helped sate his own appetite for artistic...
Sir Winston Churchill once said “My tastes are simple; I am easily satisfied with the very best.” We at Robb Report tend to agree with his sentiment. Though we rightfully revere Churchill for...
Travelers to London have long enjoyed the convenience of London City Airport (opened in 1987), which offers the closest runway to the downtown business district. Now, the airport has added a first-...
The Nineties are known for a lot of things: grunge, coffee culture, Seinfeld . But it may come as a surprise that the decade of Nirvana, Starbucks, and Monica Lewinsky was also an era of spectacular...
Some of the names to know on London’s most stylish street. Gieves & Hawkes Established: 1771 Location: No. 1 One of the world’s oldest tailoring houses. Creates the uniforms of Her Majesty’s...
London’s top tailors—and their clients—are keeping the Savile Row suit on the cutting edge. On a bright summer day on London’s distinguished Savile Row, it’s easy to notice the shift in men’s attire...
Editors' Picks: Our favorite establishments for a sip and a smoke.
For these 10 stately hotels , the term presidential suite takes on a whole new meaning. Former U.S. presidents have checked into each while traveling on business or vacation, adding to the hotels’...
These 10 exquisite hotel vistas from around the world fall nothing short of spectacular.
Previously for guests only, tea time at the Draycott Hotel now offers old-world elegance for all...
England’s iconic Admiralty Arch —a Grade I–listed historic building located in one of London’s most desirable districts—will soon be transformed into a 100-bedroom hotel. Built in 1910 as a monument...
Mondrian London launches partnership with Tate Modern for Georgia O’Keeffe exhibition...
Since its founding in 1863, London’s Arts Club ( theartsclub.co.uk ) has served as a meeting place for many of the world’s creative thinkers, from Charles Dickens (who helped form the organization)...
Some of our favorite hotels have some of the world’s best rooftop pools, surrounded by amazing views and usually a decent bar. The best rooftop pools elicit moments to enjoy from a lofty perspective...
Located on a tree-lined street in the upscale community of South Kensington, the Kensington , a Doyle Collection property, offers a taste of proper British life. Comprising four cream-colored...
A favored form of travel for Agatha Christie’s impeccable detective Hercule Poirot, Belmond’s Venice Simplon-Orient-Express continues to capture the glamour of train travel in the roaring twenties...
At the end of June, an opulent members-only club in London will launch its soft opening, followed by the full opening in July, giving globe-trotters the chance to recharge in the palatial facility...
In recent years, high-end hospitality providers have created more authentic travel experiences by incorporating elements of the surrounding environment and culture into their architecture, aesthetic...
In commercial aviation, you are either a window person or an aisle person (and nobody in their right mind is a center person). While aisle people prefer the convenience of easy escape and extra...
The untimely death of Zaha Hadid on March 31, 2016, came as a shock to the design world and beyond. At just 65, the Iraqi-born architect was inarguably at the height of a career that seemed to know...
For Your Eyes Only: From May 19 through 22, the mission, should you choose to accept it, will be to lie low in London for the Tradecraft Experience , a four-day immersion into the wilderness of...
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and while flowers and jewelry are nice, a palatial suite to share with your significant other is the ultimate one-on-one way to celebrate. The following...
A hallmark in hospitality for 150 years, the Langham, London, has once again raised the bar on baronial accommodations with an over-the-top renovation that included the debut of the Langham Club ...
With a range of 5,000 miles, the Gulfstream G450 offers nonstop travel between Teterboro, N.J., and...
The 4,843-square-foot penthouse has a personal butler, bespoke furnishings, and a media lounge...

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