London England – Reported by Elite Traveler the

first_imgLondon, England – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineThe Lanesborough, offering distinguished residential-style service in elegant surroundings, announces the debut of The Lanesborough Suite, opening in May 2011. Designed by world-renowned designer Alberto Pinto, the namesake suite reflects a perfect blend of 19th century elegance and contemporary sophistication.One of the largest and most opulent accommodations in London, The Lanesborough Suite serves as a retreat for world leaders, captains of industry and renowned celebrities. In excess of 4000 square feet, the suite boasts four bedrooms, five and a half bathrooms, two living rooms, a kitchen and a dining room ideal for those looking to entertain. Guests also enjoy floor to ceiling windows and sweeping views of Wellington Arch and Green Park.“Since opening The Lanesborough 20 years ago, we have been committed to surpassing our guests’ expectations and The Lanesborough Suite is poised to continue this tradition,” said Geoffrey Gelardi, Managing Director of The Lanesborough. “Alberto Pinto has the talent and vision to complement the unique residential style that makes The Lanesborough a favorite destination in London.”Mr. Pinto’s eclectic approach to residential decor has made him one of the most celebrated interior designers in the world. With a clientele that includes royalty and heads of state, Mr. Pinto is best-known for designing in atypical places, including large yachts and private jets. His classic vision perfectly complements the tastes and aesthetic of The Lanesborough.All guests of The Lanesborough Suite benefit from the property’s distinguished and uncompromised service, including a complimentary chauffeur driven Rolls Royce Phantom and 24-hour butler service. Among these many other inclusive amenities is the recently introduced cutting-edge IPTV Mac mini system.www.lanesborough.com/last_img read more

Employee Productivity Through Apps Tips and Techniques

first_imgRead a series of guides aimed at increasing employee productivity.10.02.09 - looking like i'm busy Erin Schulte of Fast Company offers a list of the apps, techniques and tips you need to increase employee productivity in 2013. Schulte writes that Fast Company “sent out a call to the most productive people [the magazine] knows to share their secrets of success” and collected the best advice into one post. Making the list is a guide to productivity hacking from “super-productive people,” a guide to outsourcing your toughest tasks, and advice on how to set goals that “will keep you fulfilled and focused.” Schulte also adds in two guides to planning your weekends in order to fully relax and recharge before Monday. See the full post for all of the different employee productivity guides and start 2013 on the right foot.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to PrintPrintShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more