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A Perfect Night’s Sleep

Swedish sleep retailer Hästens offers luxurious bedding and handcrafted beds designed to give the best night’s sleep attainable.

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Truly Fine Dining

The mezzanine level of The Royal Exchange is home to Sauterelle, a luxury restaurant providing sophisticated European fine dining.

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Turkish Delights

Lokum Istanbul, a bespoke luxury lifestyle store based in London ‘aims to introduce the traditions of Ottoman’ into our hectic British lives.

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Cabinet of Wonders

Esteemed Jewellers Bentley & Skinner will present the stunning work of art jeweller Maxim V in London through June.

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If You’ve Got It, Sell It.

As Prada unveil their new Spring/ Summer collection, their global takeover bid reaches new heights, with surprising locations selected for new store openings.

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Millionaire’s Villiage

High end property company, Excellare, has begun work to develop the last sizeable parcel of land in one of the most exclusive addresses in Britain.

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Float Away with the ‘Bear’ Luxuries

King Pacific Lodge is situated in Northern British Columbia on the shores of Princess Royal Island, in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest.

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Sony Launches Its Cutting-Edge 4K Ultra Short Throw Projector

The introduction of the 4K Ultra Short Throw projector (LSPX-W1S) is the embodiment of Sony’s Life Space UX ethos and the first step in realising this vision, which offers a new user experience that transforms living spaces into enriched experiential environments.

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Do You Realise How Amazing You Are? Ananda Soul Creations Does

Luxury ethical Bali based jewellery brand Ananda Soul Creations does and their new collection Puja is all about honouring yourself and your magnificence.

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New 115-bed hotel planned for the Eden Project

The Eden Project has unveiled plans for a £6 million hotel to provide 115-bedroom accommodation on its site at Bodelva near St Austell in Cornwall.

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Diving Blue Whale takes centre stage at Natural History Museum

The vast skeleton of a blue whale is to welcome visitors as the central display in the Natural History Museum’s Hintze Hall from summer 2017. Suspended dynamically from the ceiling and plunging through the iconic space, it will take on the role held by the much-loved Dippy for 35 years.