Reviewed Hotels, Restaurants and Tours - Page 14

Afternoon tea in London doesn't have to mean pomposity, primness and poncy waiters. WTG's Emma Field meets the brains behind Time for Tea, the vintage outfit bringing the 1940s into the 21st century with laid-back pots of tea and 'proper' conversation.

Perfectly placed in Brighton's Regency Square, Hotel Una is a cosy boutique hotel spanning three floors of a Georgian townhouse. Open since 2006, each of its 20 rooms are named after rivers of the world and decorated with an individual twist. WTG's Caroline Lewis takes a look.

The epitome of steakhouse chic with mouth-watering slabs of Argentine meat, the new kid on the Gaucho block delivers all it promises - served up in a pretty package in the heart of meat heaven as WTG's Caroline Cullern discovered for herself.

Stay smelling fresh as a daisy and protect skin from the ravages of travel with these handy travel kits.

We take afternoon tea at the classiest of venues, the Park Lane Hotel, winner of the Tea Guild's Award of Excellence for Afternoon Tea 2007. Pinkies up!

With an enticing new spa, classically opulent accommodation and a champagne brunch to die for, The Landmark London Hotel certainly floats our luxury boat.

WTG editor Emma Field is the first journalist to try the new Chocolate Indulgence Dream Flotation at the Thermae Bath Spa. It's a tough job but someone's got to do it...

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