Travel: Tablet Hotels

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As a passionate leisure traveler with professional experience in the travel industry, I couldn’t resist giving a little love to Tablet. Specifically, the person who puts together the content for their weekly newsletter and TabletTalk blog. My personal inbox is forever clogged with newsletters (which is clearly my fault, I find it hard to pare down), but I always look forward to seeing the unique hotels Tablet selects for their readers. While most are above my budget (it is a luxury travel site after all), I find myself completely sucked in by the clever copy and beautiful photos. Plus, the hotels are unique and full of personality, like No. 5 Maddox St., an all-studio apartment hotel in London’s Mayfair district. Luckily, I can “favorite” them and hope the stars will align and one of the posh places will end up on a private sale site, just in time for my next trip. Crazier things have happened, right?

And, I’m sure it won’t come as a surprise to any of my lovely blog readers that so far all of my “favorited” hotels are in London….

Blake's Hotel, London. Have wanted to stay here ever since it appeared on an episode of Anthropologie's Man Shops Globe!

In case you were wondering about Boston, Tablet ranks our beloved city’s top five hotels, in order from one to five, as: Mandarin Oriental Boston, XV Beacon, Ames Boston, Hotel Veritas and Taj Boston.

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  • Reply Hallie March 26, 2012 at 10:47 am

    Thanks Jessica! We’re so flattered! Hope you like our new magazine, which just launched last week:

    Also, if you make it over to Cambridge, check out the bakery Sofra — a new favorite in town.

    Hallie + Tablet Editorial Team

    • Reply admin March 26, 2012 at 11:10 am

      Thanks, Hallie! I have been to Sofra a few time and *love* it!! It’s a good thing I don’t live closer, because I could easily eat their chocolate hazelnut baklava daily! It’s actually slated for an upcoming “On The Town” blog entry :).

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