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Design of the Year Brings the Great, Good and Peculiar with and Eco-Friendly Focus

Feb 10th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured London Article, Hotel-Assist News

London has been a beacon of design for decades, from Sir Alex Issigonis’s adorable Mini Cooper to Harry Beck’s colourful yet functional Underground map, to Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s instantly recognisable red telephone kiosks, bold and classic features have bestowed iconic status on these creations, so much so that London would be unrecognisable without them. [...]

A Tale of One City, Charles Dickens Links with London are Celebrated on his 200th Birthday

Feb 7th, 2012 | By | Category: Hotel-Assist News, London News

London has been the setting for many great works of literature from Chaucer to Will Self; but few have written about the city so prolifically and with such a mix of adoration and venom than Charles Dickens, who featured the city as the backdrop for ten of his greatest tales, including Oliver Twist, A Christmas [...]

With London Snow Comes the Usual Travel Woes

Feb 6th, 2012 | By | Category: Featured London Article, Hotel-Assist News

It is true that London under a blanket of pristine snow can be a stunning sight. Many a citizen will complain about the unrealistic weather in movies such as Bridget Jones and Love Actually, where the snow arrives with more precision than the London trains at Christmastime, but when it does snow in the city, [...]

AR Hits London

Dec 12th, 2010 | By | Category: Hotel-Assist News, London News

There’s a new set of buzz words starting to circle the globe … “Layar” …. “Android” …. “AR” – are you up to speed with these?  If not then best you swat up, because what started as a military heads up display application is now hitting the high street on the new generation of phones. [...]

Hotels near Brick Lane

Jun 14th, 2008 | By | Category: Hotel-Assist News

Hotel-Assist relaunched their hotels near Brick Lane page. So far 4 hotels have been added to the list: Recommendations for additions are gladly welcomed.