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World’s Best Bar: London’s Lyaness Wins Top Honor At The 16th Annual Spirited Awards

London’s Lyaness roared to victory at the 16th annual Spirited Awards at Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans

Inside London’s Newest Hotel: One Hundred Shoreditch

Creative Director Jacu Strauss designed the interiors of the hotel to reflect the local neighbourhood

The 5 Best Hotels in Amsterdam

Of all the well-appointed hotels in Amsterdam, it was the Pulitzer, set in the Nine Streets district, that captured the No. 1 spot.

Travel + Leisure
The 10 Best Hotels in Washington, D.C.

Riggs Washington D.C. wins best hotel in the U.S. capital and brings a beautiful aesthetic to the D.C. market, with top-notch food and beverage offerings in a design lover's paradise.

Travel + Leisure
Giving it One Hundred per cent

Ace hotel, once a space fit for a bachelor pad, has grown up into metropolitan hotel One Hundred Shoreditch. Janet Harmer pays a visit to see the facelift and behind-the-scenes overhaul by the Lore Group

The Caterer
New Hotel Openings Spring 2022

Creamy bedrooms swing a spotlight onto thoughtfully curated vintage and bespoke pieces, but it’s the food we’re most excited about here.

Conde Nast Traveller
David Taylor appointed CEO of Lore Group

The appointment comes as the London-based firm prepares to open One Hundred Shoreditch, its sixth hotel and second in the UK capital.

The New London Hotels Opening In 2022

One Hundred Shoreditch is the latest hotel from Lore Group and one that’s designed to reflect how Shoreditch has evolved over the last decade.

Touring Lyle Washington DC with Creative Director Jacu Strauss

Strauss is also a masterful painter and created 50 pieces that are featured throughout the hotel.

It List 2021: Our Editors’ Picks of the Best New Hotels in the World

The 181 jewel-toned guest rooms have safe-shaped mini-bars and psychedelic Voutsa headboards, and the Carrara marble bathrooms are stocked with amenities from fragrance house D.S. & Durga.

Travel and Leisure
Inside Lyle’s, a Revamped Hotel Restaurant in Dupont That Oozes Art Deco Cool

“We avoid any second class seating — every spot is special,” Strauss says.

Eater Washington DC
My London: Olly Alexander

Sea Containers London because it’s really glam. The spa is underground — I had a lovely massage, a nap in the napping room, a steam, nothing too invasive — and time disappeared, which is what I’m really craving.

Evening Standard
The Neighborhood Restaurant Inside Dupont’s New Hotel Won’t Be as Simple as It Seems

Lyle’s opens soon with chipotle Moscow mules, technique-heavy fried chicken, and a novel noodle soup

Eater Washington DC
Designer Jacu Strauss Tells Stories That Last

The Lore Group creative director strives to create an element of surprise

Hospitality Design
The 30 Sexiest Hotel Suites in the World

The Pulitzer Suite is decorated in Old Masters’ shades of bruised blue and pinky plum

The Times
This London hotel is showering the NHS with nice things

Last year the hotel threw open its doors to NHS workers, giving away hundreds of free stays to deserving individuals.

Time Out
Now that’s room service: What it’s like to check into a hotel just for dinner

In the olden days — you know, before 2020 — chefs were judged primarily on what they put on a plate. Now, safety-conscious diners are just as invested in where the food is served

The Washington Post
The World Class Hotel Bars You Need to Visit on Your Next Trip to London

If you’re someone who enjoys unique flavors that you can’t experience anywhere else, then Lyaness is your bar.


Much like Amsterdam, the Pulitzer fuses prime elements of the past with irreverent contemporary design, while remaining originally, utterly itself.

Condé Nast Traveller
Caviar Grilled Cheese? How One Chef Is Bringing Wit and Whimsy to DC’s Grandest New Restaurant

Curran has rooted his all-day menu in a classic French brasserie, but with a willingness to turn tradition on its head.


The rainbow fluorescent lights shimmered from the Sea Containers façade like a beacon of hope; rippling across the Thames we felt optimistic that the tides will turn and our beloved hospitality sector will continue to shine bright in these uncertain times.

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