What Hotel Tonight?

July 11, 2016


There are certain traits I have that I know are a result of me being a ‘millennial’. Take booking a hotel, it’s pretty rare that I find myself booking one way in advance anymore; perhaps if i’m travelling with family, or if a really good deal comes my way, then sure I might, but 9/10 times I’ll book my hotel once i’ve arrived at my destination. Once i’m in the city & have heard a locals (ergo the uber drivers) thoughts on different districts, then I’ll go on the Hotel Tonight app and see what my options are.

The app has been built perfectly to accommodate travellers who are impulsive, forgetful or who are generally just laid back, like me. They are active in over 300 cities worldwide, so they’re likely to have options for wherever you might be going. So far i’ve used them in London, New York, Paris, Nice & Malaga; besides the fact that I always check hotel reviews on TripAdvisor first, the app is pretty darn perfect & has all you need to book a hotel in seconds. I’ve seen rates as low as £30 per night and as high as £600, so you’re bound to find something within your price range.

Have a trip coming up, why not try it? Wait til you’ve landed, see whats available & stay somewhere on a whim. I kinda like the suspense of not knowing in advance where i’m going to spend the night..


Hotel De Nell
7-9 Rue du Conservatoire – 75009 Paris


Oh & be sure to use my code: AOmole3 to get £15 off your stay. The app is available on Android & Apple devices.


October 20, 2014

A little while back, I was invited to a dinner at the Le Meridian hotel on Piccadilly to celebrate the #UnlockArt film series they created alongside the Tate, check out the video for more on the event!

Oh and to see the full videos from the art series, click here!

The Hotel Pont Royal!

February 5, 2014


This February/March, i’ll be heading to Paris for fashion week as per usual and i’m sure a few of you will probably head there too in the near future, so I thought i’d let you guys know about a cute little hotel I stayed in a few months back called Hotel Pont Royal, it had a really nice, dark edge to it, lots of literary themes and elements were present, they also had an impressive book selection, so it was definitely my kind of hotel. Being located just off of Boulevard Saint Germain meant I was in the middle of a pretty busy part of the city which is always great, especially as I was just a stone throw away from one of my favourite bakery’s Smith’s, whose Mille Feuille is unreal!














Rooms start at around €250 per night but you can find a range of offers and such on their site!

Hotel Pont Royal
Saint Germain des Prés
5-7 rue de Montalembert, 75007 PARIS
Tel. 33 (0)1 42 84 70 00