Gretchen Kelly

Gretchen Kelly

GRETCHEN KELLY writes about hotels, destinations and unique travel experience for the New York Post, Luxury Travel Advisor, Frommers.com, Executive Travel, Interior Design, The Travel Channel.com and many other publications and websites. She has been to over 80 countries in the past ten years. Her areas of expertise include travel and culture, art, design and film-related travel. She has been interviewed as a travel expert on the Fox Network, BBC TV and BBC radio, among others. You can reach her at Twitter @gretchenkelly or on her website, www.gretchenkelly.com.

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Shakespeare And Company To Open Paris Cafe

The historic English-language bookstore Shakespeare and Company in Paris will soon also become home to…

Lausanne’s Beau Rivage Palace: Coco Chanel (and pooch) Slept Here

Ever since Audrey Tautou played Mademoiselle C. in Coco Before Chanel and then starred in…

Black Swan’s Benjamin Millepied Air France Ad Vs. BA’s History Lesson

Natalie Portman’s baby’s father, French dancer Benjamin Millepied (whose name funnily enough means “thousand feet”…

The St. Ermin’s Hotel Reopens: Luxe London Digs With A Sexy, Spy-Centric Past

This spring I stayed at Nashville’s Hutton Hotel—a sleek boutique that brought a new level…

Hotel Bling: London’s New Corinthia Hotel

Hotels have become the newest and most luxurious of flaunt-able accessories. Fashion houses, celebrities and…

Legendary Mayfair Hotel, Dukes gets an Overdue Makeover

Dukes Hotel in London has always been one of those well-kept secrets that the super-posh…

London Live at the Hive

I’m live from London reporting from the newly minted St. Ermin’s Hotel in Westminster. The…

Anne Sémonin Spa Opens at Cliveden House

A recent stay at Glasgow’s Blythswood Square hotel introduced me to Anne Sémonin, the Paris-based…

London Fish Tale

While in London learning all about sold out hotels and hard-to-get Olympics passes, I got…

You Can’t Keep a Good Bunny Down: 45 Park Lane Debuts This September in Playboy Club’s Old Digs

All my editors love The Dorchester. My editors at big tabloid newspapers love it. My…

The American Whisky Trail: Maker’s Mark

If American whiskey was an iconic actor it would be Clint Eastwood: honest, strong, deceptively…

Venice: Sea and Sky

Last year’s infamous but gorgeous looking flop, The Tourist had three things going for it:…