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WHAT'S NEW ON THE REISS GUIDE

27.07.13

We've been busy building on the Reiss Guide, your one-stop destination to discover new places to eat, drink, sleep, shop and see across the world. Whether you fancy an open air theatre in London or cocktails in New York, here are some of our brand new recommendations.

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre

With the season typically runing from May-September, what better way to enjoy the summer than with a glass of Pimm's and an al fresco play? You are left to the elements, but the set up is impressive and you are welcome to take as many blankets as you think you will need.

Inner Circle, Regent's Park, London NW1 4NR

+44 (0)20 7907 7071

The Standard High Line NYC

All the rooms in this boutique hotel feature floor-to-ceiling windows that mean you don't even need to leave the comfort of your bed for a spectacular view of the New York skyline.

848 Washington at 13th Street, New York NY 10014

+1 212-645-4646

Felix

Felix is no newcomer to the fancy restaurant scene in Hong Kong. Since opening two decades ago, the restaurant and bar have attracted an international and fashionable crowd. The restaurant, designed by Philippe Starck, offers spectacular views over Victoria Harbour.

The Peninsula Hotel, Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong

+852 2315 3188

Plunge

Wrap around balconies, great cocktails and plenty of seating make the Plunge Bar + Lounge a stylish place to take in the sunset (or even sunrise). There is also a stunning rooftop pool available to hotel guests.

Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC, 18 Ninth Avenue (at 13th Street), New York NY 10014

+1 212-206-6700

Snoopers Paradise

Be awed by this random, shabby shop filled to the brim with hidden gems and bargain buys. Venture here and the likelihood that you will purchase some obscurities and buys for great value is extremely likely!

7-8 Kensington Gardens, Brighton BN1 4AL

+44 (0)1273 602558

The Howard

A key feature of this 5 star Georgian townhouse hotel is the butler service providing round-the-clock attention for all your needs. Located in the heart of Edinburgh's New Town, this hotel really is the excuse you're looking for to spoil yourself.

34 Great King Street, Edinburgh EH3 6QH

+44 (0)131 557 3500

The Fat Pig

Whilst its sister restaurant The Fat Pig focuses on a simple and local menu, The Rusty Bike takes pride in the experimental and ever-changing menus produced by its chefs. The drinks menu mirrors this and includes more than 20 different gins.

67 Howell Road, Exeter EX4 4LZ

+44 (0)1392 214440

The Holburne Museum

The Holbourne Museum was the first public art gallery in Bath, and its assortment of fine and decorative arts is built around the collection of Sir William Holbourne. Admission is free to the permanent, and many temporary, exhibitions.

The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB

+44 (0)1225 388569