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Luxury Travel Intelligence Who’s In Who’s Not?

| December 8, 2015 | 1 Comment

Luxury Travel Intelligence has spent an incredible amount of time (and money) researching in London over the past few months, poring over everything the city has to offer in terms of luxury hotels, restaurants, spas and nightlife. The LTI is excited to announce its findings on November 20, with the release of the full report, available to members online.

Luxury Travel Intelligence Who's In and Who's Not?

The bar at Sexy Fish Restaurant, London (PRNewsFoto/Luxury Travel Intelligence)

In the report, the Luxury Travel Intelligence team shares several surprising findings (even to them), including the following:

The Lanesborough Hotel didn’t make the cut (the recent refurbishment failed to impress and the location is poor).

The Beaumont did make the cut, as our favorite ’boutique’ property.

Claridge’s came out as our overall top hotel choice, but it was a close race – just eight hotels made our final list.

Fera is the only fine dining venue to feature (following an every-growing trend for more informal, less complicated dining).

Sexy Fish also made our restaurant list, having impressed during its first few weeks of operation (we visited four times).

Benares beat Gymkhana as our Indian restaurant of choice.

Only four London spas made our list, but each of these really impressed us.

In terms of nightlife, we avoided the ultra exclusive (and often dull) members clubs, and opted for more cutting edge options such as Charlie and Toy Room.

For cocktails, Artesian and the Connaught Bar took top honors.

For more information, and to access the full report, visit Luxury Travel Intelligence

Luxury Travel Intelligence Who’s In Who’s Not?

Editorial Note: Any journalists who wish to receive the full report, who do not already have member access to Luxury Travel Intelligence, may contact us for access. However, we ask that journalists not subsequently publish the full findings, as membership revenues are LTI’s only source of income. Luxury Travel Intelligence welcomes any readers to join to access our reports and see the full results. If you would like to cover any aspect of our report, or indeed the story of Luxury Travel Intelligence, we would be delighted to assist you in any way.

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