Home to ancient market towns and iconic cities, rolling green hills and dramatic coastlines, England is the place to be. Soak up the cosmopolitan vibe of Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol; be captivated by ancient legends in medieval York and the spa city of Bath; and explore England’s largest National Park (the Lake District) or Dorset’s majestic Jurassic Coast. Get up-close-and-personal with royalty in Windsor, explore the castles of Kent, or wander the hallowed halls of Oxford University.
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5 based on 1061 reviews
Renowned for its elegant central Piazza, charming independent market stalls, vibrant street performers, and for having some of the best luxury shopping and fine dining in the capital, not to mention being home to the world-famous Royal Opera House and West End theatres, Covent Garden is one of London's most enchanting and inspirational destinations. The Resident Covent Garden is just a 3-minute walk from the main central Piazza (and within a 5-minute walk from both Covent Garden and Charing Cross stations), providing an oasis of calm right in the heart of the action. It offers 57 stylish and thoughtfully designed contemporary bedrooms, each featuring bespoke furniture hand-made locally in West London, luxurious throws and cushions made from natural fibres woven on the Isle of Bute, Scotland, and special edition Paul Smith Anglepoise lamps, as part of the brand’s focus on quality British design and craftsmanship. They each also feature our signature in-room Mini Kitchen.
I stayed with my wife and son (20) in a junior suite. I chose this hotel because of the location and we like the smaller boutique hotels. Location was great, perfect for walking to key sites as well as plenty of shopping and dining. The hotel was pretty clean, some of the staff were super nice and others were just okay. Beds were not the most comfortable and (as expected) there was some noise from the outside. We had a view of some city buildings and the London Eye was peaking over the top of them as well. Overall very happy with the stay and would definitely consider again if we make it back to London.
5 based on 232 reviews
Located in Bishopsgate in the heart of the City of London, moments from Liverpool Street Station, Pan Pacific London is on the doorstep of world-renowned locations, yet also home to its own inner world. A haven in the heart of the City designed by Yabu Pushelberg, the hotel takes innovation and understated luxury to new heights. Epitomising the juxtaposition of old and new London architecture, Bishopsgate Plaza encapsulates a 43-storey bronze tower, home to Pan Pacific London and private residential apartments whilst the 144-year- old Devonshire House showcases designer shops, a restaurant and a contemporary destination cocktail bar. A landscaped public plaza seamlessly connects these two cultural hubs together, making it a 24-hour destination for meeting, living, working and discovering. As a pet loving-hotel, we welcome your 4-legged friends.
I had a great experience at Pan Pacific London. The room was huge and immaculately clean. The service and the facilities were all undeniably wonderful. The Kopi Tiam afternoon tea we enjoyed at the Orchid Lounge was just lovely. They, especially the Guest Relations Team, were so nice to have accomodated my requests since I wanted to make it special as I was celebrating my birthday. It was also good that they offered out of hours/overnight in room dining. The only issue I had was that the phone inside our room wasn't functional that I had to call the reception with my own phone. Overall, it was an unforgettable stay.
5 based on 222 reviews
Canopy by Hilton London City is an impressive new hotel located in one of Europe’s trendiest urban areas, London’s East End. The neighbourhood is an eclectic and vibrant place filled with iconic landmarks, culture and magnificent modern architecture. The Tower of London and Tower Bridge are amongst the most visited attractions in London and can be reached within 5 minutes.
Sooooo amaaaazing hotel. Very new where it was opened later 2021. The decor is modern and soooo beautiful. The breakfast is very nice and the atmosphere is so lovely. The staff is sooo welcoming and corporative with smile all of the time. The location is quite and not noisy. It is 2 minutes walking to the underground station and a bus stop just front of the hotel. The room is very nice with very comfortable bed with nice shower. Stayed there for 6 nights and would go again if I am back to London.
5 based on 933 reviews
Gloucester House commands a prime position, with unbroken views over Weymouth Bay and the Jurassic coastline and forms part of Weymouth’s Georgian terraced seafront. This Luxury, Boutique, 4 Star Gold rated Townhouse, bed and breakfast, oozes coastal chic, with its fusion of modern styling and authentic coastal character. Just minutes from the shops, vibrant harbour and pubs, restaurants and numerous cafes, of this charming English seaside town – as you take in the heritage and beauty of its unspoilt location. The rooms range from our Premium Sea View Balcony rooms, Superior rooms and Single, Double/Twin and Family sized rooms, all providing high standard en-suite facilities, Freeview TV, crisp white luxury cotton linens and towels, Luxury Eco-label toiletries and all rooms have a complimentary hospitality tray and water. You can certainly enjoy our freshly cooked, locally sourced, award winning Dorset breakfasts and you can always relax in our elegantly decorated lounge, with wonderful sea views.
What can I can about this amazing B&B. I have been a travel agent for 15 years , and now I work in a 5star hotel and I must say this place is something special. I did my normal 4 hour search to find the perfect place for an overnight (50th)getaway and I found it. Jonathan and Karen are the perfect hosts, and check-in was a breeze, they made us feel very special . We stayed in the deluxe King with a balcony. Omg, what a room and the most amazing view. We sat on the balcony sipping bubbles looking at the water.... Bliss. This is a real little find, it's a must. Do yourself a favor and go, we will be going soon for sure. Thank-you for an amazing stay.
5 based on 1110 reviews
The Beaumont is an independent Victorian townhouse hotel in the centre of Hexham, with stunning views of the 6th century Abbey. Dine on local seasonal produce in our restaurant or enjoy a drink at the bar with the open kitchen and the Victorian Sele park as a back drop.
We only stayed one night, and were sorry to leave! Really efficient and friendly welcome on arrival, a spacious, well-appointed room, a really comfortable bed and an excellent bathroom! What's not to like? Dinner was really top-notch. I'd go to the restaurant again in a heartbeat - food was really precisely made, using a lot of fresh local ingredients. The waiting staff were excellent, as was the pannacotta was excellent. Breakfast was fab too. All in all, a pretty flawless experience. Best hotel I can remember in this price range.
5 based on 1290 reviews
Dakota Manchester combines style and impeccable service, with sophistication at its heart. With a destination cocktail bar and brasserie-style grill, quality produce is showcased at its best in a stunning setting. Located on Ducie Street, in Manchester city centre, just a five-minute walk from Piccadilly Station, this boutique hotel is the ideal location. Dakota Grill offers signature steaks from the best British farms, as well as the freshest seafood dishes and desserts. The bold, stylish bar provides timeless classics and modern creations, enjoyed on the outdoor terrace, in the Cigar Garden or in Dakota’s Champagne Room. Luxury hotel rooms and suites provide an ideal retreat, from the elegant Classic Rooms and Garden King Rooms with terraces to Manchester’s largest, most striking penthouse suite, the two-bedroom Grand Deluxe, with views across the city. All are equipped with smart TVs, Sky packages, complimentary WiFi, en-suite bathrooms with rainfall showers and bespoke toiletries.
The staff were amazing and so so helpful! Vitor was so lovely and welcomed us every day, even packed our car up for us when we left. The girls on the reception desk were absolute angels, would 100% recommend and stay again
5 based on 1720 reviews
Located in the quintessentially British neighbourhood of Knightsbridge, The Hari is moments away from Harrods and the luxury shops of Sloane Street. It is also within walking distance of London's leading attractions, including The Royal Albert Hall, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and the city's most famous museums. All 85 designer bedrooms, of which 14 are luxury suites, emanate the distinctive modern glamour created by British interior designer Tara Bernerd. Complete with plush velvet window seats, bespoke wooden flooring, Italian marble bathrooms and views of London's skyline, our sophisticated rooms ignite the feeling of a private residence - a home away from home. Our social spaces exude eclectic cool, from the members club style bar to the secret garden terrace with a window to the stars. A contemporary Italian restaurant embellished with traditional warm hospitality and humble cuisine completes The Hari experience.
Adequate, but way overpriced (> £1000/night for an adequate, but tiny, room where the previous guest's hair still clung to the shower door - and breakfast wasn't even included !). Breakfast is very slow (10 minutes just to get your coffee and then the waitress gets your breakfast order wrong, so you have to wait some more). Unfortunately no buffet.
5 based on 2509 reviews
The Roseate Villa Bath occupies a quiet corner of the city, moment’s walk from the heart of the city of Bath, favoured for its heritage and cultural tourism. The Villa overlooks Henrietta Park, a 7 acre park opened to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria of 1897. The Villa encompasses two converted Victorian houses which have had a characterful legacy. The Roseate offers undivided attention to its guests with everything that the city has to offer whether it is the tour of the Roman Baths and Regency Crescent or the views of Prior Park, Jane Austen Museum and the grandeur of Bath Abbey. A boutique hotel positioned just five minutes away from the heart of the city, The Roseate Villa Bath exudes a feeling of serenity in and around its estate and offers wholehearted assistance to its guests who are either seeking informative excursions around the city or are in the mood for a nonchalant weekend getaway.
I wrote a review of this hotel a few years ago. We loved it then and have returned from time to time, the standard of welcome and service never slips. What spawned this new review, we were fortunate enough to be staying on Jubilee Saturday when the hotel offered a Jubilee afternoon tea. What a wonderful experience. Champagne, delicate sandwiches with thoughtful fillings, homemade scones and jam, Jubilee themed cocktail and all crowned with a selection of hand crafted cakes that would not been amiss in the Savoy. A warm ambience was supplied by a truly excellent baritone singer and pianist with nostalgic songs relevant to the occasion. Caroline, the general manager, and her team put on a thoughtful and memorable occasion with their usual high standards of service. All in all an excellent afternoon and stay.
5 based on 804 reviews
A perfect styled English Country Hotel located at the heart of the New Forest National Park and close to major attractions and ancient forest villages. Just minutes from the village centre, Forest Park offers excellence in personal guest services, fresh prepared creative food sourced from the Forest and a unique blend or luxury and relaxation for the leisure and corporate traveller. A modern British menu provides diners with the choice of classic Inn dining, or the upscale Acorn Room Restaurant with al fresco garden dining. The Bar is renowned for its large premium selection and a focus on superb cocktails and Martinis. Built inn the 1870's and once host to Theodore Roosevelt, this historic hotel and Inn is one of the only lodgings in the Forest where the famous ponies and donkeys wander right up to the front door. The hotel is a perfect location to discover the Forest, with walking, cycling routes and the famous Rhinefield ornamental drive on the doorstep. Just a short drive are Beaulieu , Lyndhurst and Lymington, whilst for young families, Peppa Pig world is nearby.
11 out of 10 We had a few days staying here over the jubilee weekend and we were amazed. Friendly staff to us and our doggy. We have been to other places that state dog friendly .. what they mean is dog tolerant … BUT HERE at Forest park they treat your dogs as guests. From the bowls towels and bed in the rooms with biscuits to the Inn side of the restaurant. The waiters & waitresses all made a fuss and we didn’t feel uncomfortable and just wanting to eat as quickly as poss. The rooms are lovely and the food is brilliant!! The Inn is in the perfect place so you can walk straight out on to the moor land. There is a lovely garden and the service where ever you are is outstanding !! We will be back
5 based on 939 reviews
See why so many travelers make Windermere Boutique Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Windermere. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you. The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease. 21 The Lakes features room service, express check-in and check-out, and newspaper. In addition, as a valued Windermere Boutique Hotel guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking. Windermere Methodist church & District Foodbank (0.6 mi), located nearby, makes Windermere Boutique Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Windermere landmark. While in Windermere, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from 21 The Lakes, including The Crafty Baa (0.6 mi), The Lamplighter Dining Rooms (0.6 mi), and Cafe Italia (0.5 mi). If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Orrest Head (1.1 mi) or High Street (0.7 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Windermere Boutique Hotel as you experience all of the things Windermere has to offer.
This was our 4th visit to the Windermere boutique hotel and it didn't disappoint. We stayed in the Sweetheart Suite and it was amazing. Everything was spotlessly clean. Breakfast was really good and we didn't need any lunch. Staff were really friendly and helpful and are a credit to the hotel. (Richard should be so proud of them). It was just perfect, a lovely treat from my husband, we will definitely be going back, as there are 4 rooms left we've not stayed in. I would give it 10 stars or more if the option was available.
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