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Becoming a Happy Business Traveller

How to get the most from your business trip Some people simply love business travel and do it all the time. They might enjoy the glamour of the airport lounge or the anonymity and isolation of a chain hotel. Others might simply have mastered the art of unwinding at the end of the day and…

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Spooky Halloween Goings-on in and Around Windsor

Posted: Mon 15 October 2018 at 08:58

Love it or hate it, Halloween is upon us again and there’s plenty of events all around the Windsor area to help anyone staying in one of our Windsor apartments to celebrate the spooky season – and it’s not all just for the kids! The best of the kids’ events This year, Halloween coincides happily […]

Becoming a Happy Business Traveller

Posted: Fri 12 October 2018 at 12:34

How to get the most from your business trip Some people simply love business travel and do it all the time. They might enjoy the glamour of the airport lounge or the anonymity and isolation of a chain hotel. Others might simply have mastered the art of unwinding at the end of the day and […]

Windsor Contemporary Art Fair Set to Return in November

Posted: Thu 11 October 2018 at 09:25

Anyone staying in Windsor this autumn who wishes to purchase an original and affordable piece of art should make their way to Windsor Racecourse in November for the return of the ever-popular Windsor Contemporary Art Fair. Bringing artworks from some 160 artists to the local area, the art fair offers a great chance to shop […]

Windsor Farmers Market to Expand Following Public Consultation

Posted: Mon 8 October 2018 at 10:20

Following a consultation with people living in Windsor, it has been agreed that Windsor Farmers Market should return bigger and better than ever. Anyone visiting Windsor on the first Saturday of the month can enjoy the wonderful local market that winds its way down St Leonard’s Rd between 9am and 1pm. The market has been […]

BA Hopes Improved Services Will Ease Transfers Through Heathrow

Posted: Thu 27 September 2018 at 09:59

Business travellers flying with British Airways through Heathrow will soon enjoy improved services if they have a connecting flight. BA carried out a trial of new services and is now offering smoother transfers through the UK’s busiest airport. Its First, Club Europe and Club World passengers, as well as Silver and Gold Executive Club members […]

Windsor Link Railways Heathrow Plans Boost Tourism and Reduce Traffic

Posted: Mon 24 September 2018 at 09:30

Those staying in Windsor accommodation who want to travel to and from Heathrow easily and quickly will welcome news that a local rail firm wants to help them do just that.   Windsor Link Railway (WLR) hopes to become a Heathrow innovation partner and has submitted several ideas to the airport that could greatly benefit those […]

Photo Exhibition and Book Celebrate Windsor’s Special Residents

Posted: Fri 21 September 2018 at 09:34

Local photographer, Derek Reay, is behind a fantastic exhibition of pictures featuring some of the more notable faces around Windsor. The exhibition, which is part of the Windsor Fringe Festival, is being held at the Old Court art centre on St Leonard’s Rd. The photographs will make a fantastic backdrop for anyone visiting the Old […]

Private Investors Spend Big on Serviced Apartment Industry

Posted: Wed 19 September 2018 at 09:17

Private equity investors are ploughing more cash into the short-term letting and serviced apartment industry than they are investing in the hotel market. This is according to the latest report by commercial property research firm JLL. It found that in the year to May 2018, some £486m was invested in the serviced apartment industry in […]

Summer 2018 Officially Among the Hottest Ever

Posted: Mon 17 September 2018 at 09:00

The Met Office has announced that summer 2018 was indeed the hottest ever – alongside 1976, 2003 and 2006. This will come as no surprise to business travellers or holiday makers who enjoyed a stay in one of our executive apartments in Windsor over the months of June and July. With scorched ground across Bachelor’s […]