18 May 2015

From Soil to Saucepan: Up on the roof at Radisson Blu Edwardian Bloomsbury Street 0  

Sssh. We’re going to let you in on a little secret! Did you know that our Bloomsbury Street Hotel has its own roof garden? Close to the hustle and bustle of busy Tottenham Court Road and nearby Holborn, it’s hard to imagine that eight stories up, overlooking The British Museum, is a thriving “green roof”….

02 May 2015

Caffeine Scene: The capital’s best coffee 0  

This bank holiday weekend sees the return of The London Coffee festival, with more than 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls under one East London roof, along with a raft of tastings, demos  and interactive workshops as well as a host of live music and DJs. But if you aren’t able to make it…

02 Apr 2015

A London Pass Easter special 0  

The capital city is a pretty extraordinary place. There’s history galore, culture around every corner, art in some of the world’s most famous galleries and museums, lush green spaces to picnic in, music to cater for all tastes and fantastic cuisine from all over the world. You could spend a whole week exploring London and…

26 Mar 2015

The Easter bunny is on his way 0  

We’re celebrating the arrival of spring and counting down the days until we can gorge ourselves silly on Easter eggs galore – Sunday 5th April 2015. With two public holidays – Friday 3rd April and Monday 6th April, there’s plenty of time to plan a break away and partake in some fun Easter activities happening…

16 Mar 2015

Celebrate St Patrick’s Day In London 0  

This Tuesday is St Patrick’s day. So, what’s the craic?  Well, while the traditional parade took place at the weekend, there are still plenty of events happening in the capital. We’ve picked out five of our favourites to get you in the mood. St Patrick’s Day Silent Disco at The View From the Shard Celebrate…

12 Mar 2015

Mum’s the word on Sunday 15th March 0  

Mothering Sunday falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent and is universally recognised as a day to express appreciation to mothers worldwide. With its roots in Christianity centuries ago, Mother’s Day evolved from the tradition of churchgoers visiting their home or ‘mother’ church annually. For those who left home at an early age to seek…

05 Mar 2015

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty at the V&A 0  

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty is the hotly anticipated exhibition of 2015. Showing at the Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington – a fittingly majestic home for such an impressive collection – this is expected to be one of the most popular showcases of the iconic designer’s work ever hosted in the capital city where…

27 Feb 2015

The Best Gigs In Manchester 2015 0  

The Grammys. The Brits. Madonna. Now the dust has settled on award season, Radisson Blu Edwardian, Manchester – the #HotelOfMusic – have decided to take a look at the year ahead and put together their top 5 gigs and festivals taking place in the city. As you’d expect from a city with such rich musical…

30 Jan 2015

New Year, New Look, New Food at Scoff & Banter Kensington 0  

At the end of 2014, Scoff & Banter Kensington went through an exciting period of refurbishment. Beautifully updated with reclaimed furniture and fittings, the restaurant sits next door to the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Vanderbilt in a Grade II listed building. With an eclectic mix of tables for gatherings, large or small, and a private dining…

11 Dec 2014

12 top tips for Christmas in London 0  

It’s time to start the Christmas countdown. With only 12 sleeps left until Christmas Eve and social diaries booking up fast, we’ve hand-picked 12 ideas to fully immerse you in the festive spirit and save time planning. Helpfully, they’re all located in and around Radisson Blu Edwardian, London hotels. 1). For you chocoholics, we’ve created the…