Close to Buckingham Palace and St James’ park the 41 is in a relatively quiet part of London yet well connected to its many sights and attractions. 28 rooms and suites plus two apartments makes... Learn More
The Gainsborough Bath Spa was opened in the 1820s as a hospital and was later enlarged in Victorian times to create the two Grade II listed buildings that form the hotel today. This charming property... Learn More
This charming property takes its name from a tree-lined ravine close to the hotel. It’s thought to have been built in 1732 but was restored and converted into a luxury hotel in 1962. These days the... Learn More
Deep in the heart of England’s bucolic countryside – Hampshire to be precise – lies a Georgian manor house that’s now a Four Seasons hotel. This delightful property invokes times past, not... Learn More
Dating from 1851, Flemings is one of Mayfair’s oldest hotels. Privately owned, it’s been in the same family’s capable hands for more than four decades. When crime novelist Agatha Christie wrote... Learn More
A high-end retreat in upscale Chelsea, the Belmond Cadogan is one of London’s most luxurious hotels. The famous and the privileged have frequented the place since it opened in 1887. Lillie... Learn More
East meets west in this 5-star hotel which blends the art and rituals of Japanese hospitality with a prestigious London location. Seven adjoining Georgian townhouses in the heart of Marylebone were... Learn More
The Langham has been a fixture on the London hotel scene for over 150 years. Its pedigree is so impressive, when it opened Thomas Cook manned its rail and sea ticket office. Taylor Swift and Lady... Learn More
The centrally located Edition can be found in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia. If you’re looking for a hotel with a homely feel, this will fit the bill with its oak floors, panelled walls and... Learn More
Facing London’s Hyde Park is the conveniently situated Baglioni Hotel. The shops, bars and restaurants of upmarket Kensington, not to mention its world-renowned museums, are within easy walking... Learn More
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