Inside The Ned

Soho House and Sydell Group partner together on creating one of London’s most ambitious hotel openings of the past twenty years. Located in the City of London, set in the former Midland Bank building designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924, The Ned aims to bring this iconic Grade I listed building to the fore of London’s social scene in the form of a hotel, club and collection of dining options. Hosting nine restaurants and 252 bedrooms, the property channels 1920s and 1930s design. Total Management meets hospitality professional Gareth Banner, Managing Director of The Ned, to discover what makes this new opening quite extraordinary.

Exploring the American Writers Museum in Chicago

The Chicago museum scene will expand next month with the welcome addition of the American Writers Museum, launching on May 16th. Not only will the museum seek to engage the public in celebrating American writers, but it will also explore their influence on the country’s history, identity, culture and experience.

Travelling Puglia

Heading off Italy’s well-beaten track, visitors to Puglia will be rewarded with an area that is authentic, charming and steeped with tradition. From picture-perfect harbours and distinctive trulli houses to crumbly cream-filled pasticciotti, Puglia offers a true taste of Southern Italy.

New and Notable

With a constantly changing restaurant scene, Summer in London is one of our favourite times of year. Bringing a wealth of new restaurant and bars – plus some classic London institutions taking on new locations – this week in The Edit we explore some of our favourite upcoming openings in our guide for Summer 2017 in London.

Lounging First Class

A ticket to the most luxurious airport lounges in the world is only a flight away. With ultra-modern, upscale and – in some cases – lavish airport lounges cropping up in airports across the globe for first and business class guests, flying just got glamorous.

Exploring America’s Coastal Towns

The coastal regions of the United States are not only diverse and vast but are also home to some truly picture-perfect towns. Surveying both the East and West coasts of the country, we have selected some of our favorite and most charming oceanfront towns for a trip to the seaside.

San Francisco

San Francisco: the city of hippies, techies and fashionistas, the city that experienced the Gold Rush and, more recently, the dotcom boom. The city is known for its landmarks and architecture, as well as its ever-changing climate. San Francisco is the city that never ceases to entertain.

Dining Al fresco

Many would agree that al fresco dining may be regarded as one of the simple pleasures of life. Whether the sun is gloriously beating down, or the stars of the night sky are glittering over-head, indulging in great food and a glass of wine (or two) with stunning surrounds to enjoy, is something that none of us can deny we love.

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