UK hotels, be aware of Mr.Particular!

March 12, 2007 at 10:22 am | Posted in blogs, hotels, reviews, UK | 2 Comments

Mr. Particular has already visited and scrupulously reviewed more than 20 UK hotels. For those who are seriously interested in complete and trustworthy reviews of UK hotels, his homepage can be a good source. If only You want to pay for his reports….

Small part of one review:

Summer Lodge: Dorset (in: Summer Lodge)
For decades Summer Lodge in Dorset was a quirky outpost on the English country house scene, a small family-run hotel that gamely hung on to its Relais & Château status, even featured on the occasional individual’s list of ‘my favourite places’, while new crops of swanky newcomers blossomed around it. However, by the turn of the last century it was widely felt that the old place had pretty much run out of steam. I first visited Summer Lodge during these twilight years, by which time quaint had become down-at-heel, the staff had apparently lost interest in service, perhaps even life itself, and the food – never the hotel’s strong point at the best of times – lacked any perceptible aspiration to grandeur.

As much as I have read so far I can say that his reports are worth paying him, and I hope, he will get enough subscribers to visit all UK hotels which is his goal. Article in Guardian Unlimited will surely will add some spin to his project.

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  1. Mr. Particular is missing…

    His website is gone.

    Any scoop on what happened?

  2. No idea. Too bad.


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