With an abundance of molecular gastronomy, modern techniques and can’t-quite-believe-it textures, Disfrutar delivers a dining experience like no other.
Hotel Reviews and Restaurant Reviews
These are all of our hotel reviews and restaurant reviews at A Brit and a Broad.
Wherever we are around the world we like to bring you the best hotels to stay at and the best restaurants to eat at. For us, staying at the right hotel and eating at some of the best restaurants can really make a trip.
It goes without saying, but all of our hotel reviews and restaurant reviews are our own opinions. We’re never paid to post a positive review; we say it how it is. So, when we have a good time, it means we’ve had a good time! It also means you’ll have a pretty damn good time too, so if you’re looking for hotels to stay at and restaurants to eat at you really can’t go wrong with these.
A long layover can be a killer but at London Gatwick, Yotel Gatwick is making things very comfortable and very affordable. It’s time to get cozy!
Leman Locke is beautiful marriage between a boutique hotel and stylish serviced apartments, so here’s a look at one of the trendiest aparthotels to hit London.
With your own private infinity pool, The Bale in Nusa Dua is a quiet oasis of tranquillity & seclusion making it one of the most luxurious hotels in the world.
With your own private plunge pool and the black sand beach of Lovina just meters from your front door, Lilin Lovina is the perfect place to relax for a few days.
Sarfalik mixes contemporary cooking with traditional ingredients and flavours, but is it the best restaurant in Greenland? Find out what we think of Sarfalik!
Located in the heart of Provence, Le Coeurisier is an extremely secluded and wonderful place to base yourself to explore this simply stunning region of France.
With stereotypical Danish design, an amazing buffet breakfast and exceptional service, this is why you should stay at the Absalon Hotel in Copenhagen.
A renovated motor inn, The Jupiter Hotel is now a stylish and hip, central place to lay your head with everything you need, and it really is oh-so very Portland.
In the luscious grounds of Bodega Largarde with the Andes mountains in the background, you couldn’t ask for a prettier setting to have lunch.