Boutique hotels on Pinterest

Pinteresting news from Mr & Mrs Smith

Boutique hotels on PinterestYes, Smith is now officially ‘on board’ with the interactive mood-board-making site, Pinterest.

We’ve already curated pinboards on inspiring hotel interiors for decor detectives, heart-stopping hotel views for destination inspiration and dream hotel bedrooms so gorgeous they’ll make you want a lie down.

Boutique hotels on PinterestWe’ve also got boards dedicated to budget boutique hotels, another full of wonderful wedding venues, a selection of soul-stirring swimming pools and a gallery of glorious grounds to get all you green-fingered pinners planning where to plant yourselves next.

This new Pinterest account adds yet another social-media string to Mr & Mrs Smith’s bow: we’re also active on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. And iPhone-using photo fans, you can follow our travel snapshots on Instagram, too: we’re smithhotels.

We’ll be updating our boards as and when the whim takes us – in the meantime, happy pinning!

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As well as wordsmithing online, in print, in the press and for Smith TV, Lucy Fennings has been a driving force in making the Smith Travel Blog an award-winner. Mr & Mrs Smith's Group Editor cut her travel teeth early; as daughter of a hotel PR, she visited far-flung flophouses from French châteaux to Ethiopian tukuls. After a year in Dubai (working on Emirates Woman magazine and enjoying the kind of dives that require a wetsuit), Lucy went to Glasgow University to study art, literature and whisky. A stint as production editor at Legalease publishing was spent discovering how to be creative with copy about tax, followed quickly by a stint discovering more interesting things across south-east Asia. When Mr & Mrs Smith found her, Lucy was at Harper’s Bazaar, keeping her finger on fashion’s pulse and sharpening her editorial knife on hapless hotel PR copy.

There are 2 comments for this article
  1. David Urmann at 6:05 pm

    Trippy.com a social network aimed at travel might be of interest also. Also take a look at Touristlink.com

  2. Ali Chambers at 7:54 pm

    Pinterest really has captured a lot of attention recently. It is perfectly suited to travel “boards” and these are a refreshing change from all those pinboards full of dresses!

    I LOVE the wonderful wedding venues board you have created!

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