Review: The Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard, London

It’s taken me so long to write this post because it doesn’t really fit with the rest of this site. The Shangri La London certainly isn’t budget-friendly, it’s not eco-friendly and it isn’t somewhere you might stay if you were looking to reconnect with nature. That being said, it is an experience I’ll never ever forget, and so for that reason, I just had to write it up.

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The green guide to eating, sleeping & shopping in London

From excellent vegan, vegetarian and organic restaurants; to sleek yet sustainable places to stay; there’s plenty of eco-friendly excitement to be had in the big smoke. Also, did you know that a whopping 47% of London is green space!?

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Review: Dan Barber’s #WastED pop-up at Selfridges, London

#WastEDLondon is a temporary pop up restaurant currently wowing diners on the rooftop of Selfridges in London – and it’s a pop-up like no other. It aims to start conversations about sustainability and waste, by serving up a menu made primarily from food by-products which are usually binned by the food industry (the capitalised ‘ED’ stands for ‘Education’). It’s the most talked-about pop-up experience in London this year so far – and last week, I ate my way through the tasting menu.

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Review: London’s greenest budget hotel, QBic

If you’re looking for a great budget hotel in central London, I’ve found a real gem for you. It’s cheap, quirky, and well-located – but it’s the hotel’s green credentials which really set this forward-thinking business apart.

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