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United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Bulgari Hotel London

Located in Knightsbridge on the edge of Hyde Park, The Bulgari Hotel London is both a haven of calm in the centre of the city and yet under a minute’s walk from such landmarks as the famous Harrods department store. Since opening in 2012, Bulgari has set new standards among the luxury hotels of the British capital. Elegant contemporary architecture and Bulgari’s legendary flair for design are matched by class-leading quality of service.

Design, service, and exceptionally generously proportioned rooms and suites combined with unrivalled facilities such as a full gymnasium and physical training centre with on-site Workshop personal training team; 11 single treatment rooms and 1 private spa suite Spa; 25 metres, three-lane swimming pool; 47 seat cinema; unique Cigar Shop and sampling room, a stunning Ballroom; to deliver a city hotel experience that is unique in the world.


The London Edition

The London EDITION offers both a reinvention of its landmark building and the luxury hotel experience. Located in Fitzrovia on the edge of Soho, the boutique hotel blends thoughtful design and intuitive service with excellent dining and nightlife in a space that boldly brings together the past with the present.

Oak floors, wood-paneled walls, custom furnishings and evocative photography from Hendrik Kerstens create a cabin-like feel, akin to that of a private yacht, in each of the 173 guest rooms and suites.

Under the culinary genius of Michelin-starred UK chef Jason Atherton, dining at The London EDITION embodies Schrager’s ‘new kind of gathering place’, offering seasonal, contemporary British cuisine at Berners Tavern and bespoke specialty cocktails in the Lobby and Punch Room bars.


Corinthia Hotel London

London has gained a distinguished new landmark in the form of a graceful and historic luxury hotel. Perfectly positioned in the heart of the city, Corinthia London is just footsteps from Trafalgar Square, The Embankment, Westminster and Covent Garden and a few minutes from Mayfair and The City. Vast lobbies, high ceilings, natural light and spectacular views have been combined with cutting-edge design to create iconic public spaces, elegant rooms and luxurious suites. Some of the world’s leading designers have created stylish destination bars, speciality restaurants, London’s largest spa and wellness centre and more than 250 rooms and suites that will simply take your breath away.

Rated among the city's finest, Corinthia London combines grandeur and heritage with modern freshness. Featuring seven penthouses, two world-class restaurants, the award-winning ESPA Life at Corinthia spa and much more, the hotel is a destination in itself, minutes from the West End and the River Thames.


The Savoy London

The Savoy, a Fairmont-managed five-star hotel, is one of the most celebrated of London landmarks, proudly standing on the Northbank of the River Thames. The ballet, opera and theatre of vibrant Covent Garden are just steps away; with the City, world-renowned museums and galleries, and the designer shopping of Knightsbridge and Mayfair within easy reach on foot or by taxi.

The hotel’s 267 luxury rooms and suites celebrate The Savoy’s dual historical influences, featuring either elegant English Edwardian design or sensational Art Deco style. Many afford breath-taking views across the River Thames, and of iconic London landmarks. Those staying in suites enjoy dedicated Butler service, and all guests have access to spa treatments, a private pool, and 24-hour gym in The Savoy’s Beauty & Fitness.

Fine dining has always been an integral part of The Savoy, since world-renowned chef Auguste Escoffier set an unprecedented standard in 1889. Today Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill offers informal dining in a stylish Art Deco setting, whilst Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill presents a British Grill menu with a French touch. Furthermore, Simpson’s-in-the-Strand and Knight’s Bar remain steadfastly at the top of every Londoner’s list for the best roast dinner and a sense of British tradition.



At the centre of London’s Mayfair, Claridge’s is an art deco jewel. It is the embodiment of grand English style and timeless glamour. For more than a century, it has preserved its unique heritage with all the modern flourishes a guest could wish for, bound together by world-renowned service that is impeccable, intuitive and highly tailored.

Every room and suite in Claridge’s lives up to and sustains the reputation of this magnificent hotel. Beautifully realised by some of the world’s leading interior designers, each has a unique character with specially commissioned furniture, marble bathrooms, exceptionally comfortable beds and furnishings, and all the state-of-the-art technology you could possibly need.

Claridge’s 190 luxury rooms and suites have been individually styled by names from design and fashion, including Viscount Linley, Guy Oliver and Diane von Fürstenberg. The magnificent suites at Claridge’s are an enviable collection of highly individual spaces that offer impeccable surroundings to suit all tastes. All are stunning in their own right, and excellent places to work and unwind with space enough to entertain. To name a few, there is the stunning private terrace of the Brook Penthouse, the Edwardian grandeur of the Royal Suite, the evocation of Victorian and art deco design of the Claridge’s Suites and the Prince Alexander Suite, complete with grand piano and sheet music for all degrees of musical accomplishment.


The Connaught

The Connaught, a luxury hotel in London’s chic Mayfair village, perfectly blends a discreet English ambience with the contemporary 5-star touches expected by the modern traveller. The Connaught is perfect for a luxury break in central London, with 121 rooms and suites set in the chic heart of Mayfair village. Neighbour to some of London’s most sought-after galleries and boutiques and just a short stroll to some of the capital’s most peaceful parks and gardens, The Connaught is a hub in one of the most desirable locations in town.

Each of its rooms and suites couples supreme comfort with contemporary touches; all have bespoke and inherited furniture, beds dressed in the finest Italian linen, and have benefited from beautiful refurbishments by leading interior designers Guy Oliver and David Collins. And whether you stay in a room or suite at The Connaught, all come with a personal butler, ready to make you feel right at home and take care of your every need.

The Connaught’s feature suites are amongst the most beautifully designed and relaxing spaces in which to spend your time in London. With space to entertain, unique features and original works of art, each suite has the ability to satisfy every mood, taste and whim. From the tinkling ivories of the Sutherland Suite’s grand piano to the literary and cultural riches of the Library Suite (with its own secret doorway), and the unique travellers’ artefacts that grace the Prince’s Lodge, all suites are utterly individual and complete with all the 21st century flourishes demanded by the modern traveller.


The Berkeley

The Berkeley, in fashionable Knightsbridge, is one of the leading 5-star hotels in London: luxurious, welcoming, ready to meet the needs of the modern traveller. One of London’s best known 5-star luxury hotels, The Berkeley has provided exceptional service for over 100 years. Always at the cutting edge, its cool, chic charm makes it one of London's best luxury hotels.

Breathtaking luxury hotel suites fuse comfort, stylish design and the latest innovations; Marcus Wareing offers two Michelin-starred dining; and a heavenly swimming pool and luxury spa provide a seventh-floor retreat overlooking Hyde Park. The stars come out for award-winning cocktails at the Blue Bar, and fashionistas join us for Prêt-à-Portea, our catwalk-inspired London afternoon tea.

The Berkeley’s 190 luxury hotel rooms and suites have a unique, effortless style befitting a luxury 5-star hotel. The attention to detail in each of its suites and rooms allows guests to relax and feel indulged.

This relaxed, contemporary 5-star luxury is all within easy reach of Harrods, Harvey Nichols and the very best attractions that London has to offer.


Rosewood London

An iconic hotel near Covent Garden, Rosewood London stands out among London luxury hotels, combining English heritage with contemporary sophistication. This Edwardian Grade II-listed building has been sensitively renovated to create a luxury hotel with the ambiance of a stylish London residence.

When guests arrive in Rosewood London’s magnificent inner courtyard, they are entering the gentle embrace of what might be the city’s best hospitality. Informed by British tradition as well as contemporary expectations, Rosewood London aims to push the boundaries of five-star luxury service. Imbued with warmth and personality, and always aware of each detail, service at Rosewood London is focused on making guests’ stays as smooth and enjoyable as possible, whether they are travelling for business or leisure.

Rosewood London offers guests true urban sanctuaries, with 262 rooms and 44 suites that are among the best in London. Informed by the grand traditions of a British manor home, the five-star hotel’s stylish interiors – all dreamed up by designer Tony Chi and Associates – are crafted from the finest materials and appointed to the highest standard.


Four Seasons Hampshire

Located only one hour from central London, 35 minutes from Heathrow and 50 minutes from Southampton, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire is located in one of England's prettiest counties, providing a luxury English country estate hotel for Hampshire weekend breaks or holidays.

The Hotel is centred around a Georgian manor house in Hampshire, with three adjoining wings. In addition, the Georgian-style luxury hotel guest accommodations have beautiful English country stylings and are equipped with spacious bathrooms and modern business and entertainment amenities.

Offering an extensive range of outdoor activities, such as tennis, horse riding and clay pigeon shooting, as well as a number of indoor options, including treatments in its spa and swimming in its 20-metre (66-foot) indoor pool, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire provides ample opportunities for recreation and relaxation for Hampshire weekend breaks or spa retreats.

Located in the Hotel’s 18th century stable block, and surrounded by acres of stunning parkland, the Spa & Club at Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire creates a range of Spa experiences to relax, rebalance and rejuvenate, using natural products from world-renowned Spa brands including Sodashi, Natura Bissé, Swiss Perfection and Espa.



Le Manoir

aux Quat'Saisons

Created by celebrated chef Raymond Blanc OBE, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons is renowned for offering one of Britain's finest gastronomic experiences.

Situated in the picturesque village of Great Milton, Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons one of the most unique and imaginative luxury hotels Oxford has to offer. It is also one of the country's most cherished manor house hotels, with 32 individually designed guest rooms and suites.

The hotel received two Michelin stars in 1984, the first year of its opening, and, remarkably, has held them ever since.

Surrounded by lawns, flower borders and orchards, the luxury hotel enjoys an idyllic, typically English setting. But beyond the eye-catching displays are vegetable and herb gardens that provide the kitchen - and the acclaimed Raymond Blanc Cookery School - with ultra-fresh, organic produce, ensuring the Michelin-star restaurant remains at the cutting edge of culinary excellence


Hambleton Hall

In 1980, Tim and Stefa Hart established Hambleton Hall in the charming county of Rutland. Hambleton Hall is a Victorian House, elegantly converted into a prestigious hotel. This Relais & Châteaux hotel is hidden away in the heart of the Midlands, in Rutland.

Hambleton Hall (both hotel and restaurant) has been consistently rated by Michelin and others as amongst the Nation’s very best. The Hotel remains small (17 rooms) and under the same ownership and direction. The setting overlooking Rutland Water is spectacular.

Hambleton Hall’s 17 rooms differ in size, outlook and decoration, but all benefit from the same comfort and attention to detail. Hambleton Hall’s most luxurious accommodation is to be found in the Croquet Pavilion, a two bedroomed “folly”, 50 metres from the main house, with its own sitting room and breakfast room. Like the main house the Pavilion opens on to its glorious gardens.


The Balmoral Edinburgh

For over a century, The Balmoral has found a home at Edinburgh’s most prestigious address, No. 1 Princes Street. A landmark in the centre of the city, the historic building’s grand clock still dominates the skyline, while its enviable location, views, hospitality and five-star facilities provide the perfect retreat.

Opened on October 15th 1902, it was originally known as the North British. Acclaimed as one of the great railway hotels, it originally boasted 300 bedrooms and 52 bathrooms. It was later renamed The Balmoral - which means “majestic dwelling” in Gaelic.

The Balmoral is located in the heart of Edinburgh, on the corner of the Old and New Town. The hotel is in the prime position for exploring the city’s many historical and cultural sites, from Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Museum to the City Art Centre and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. It’s also perfectly positioned for browsing the designer boutiques and department stores of Multrees Walk and the ideal base during the Edinburgh International Festival and Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

The Perfect combination of tradition and modernity, each of its 168 rooms has been individually designed by Olga Polizzi. Each of its 20 Edinburgh Suites are generous and elegant with magnificent views.


The Gleneagles Hotel Auchterarder

When the Gleneagles Hotel first opened its doors in 1924, this magnificent countryside estate in the heart of Scotland was described as a “Riviera in the Highlands”. Today, as a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, Gleneagles continues to offer an unrivalled array of attractions that includes a five-star luxury hotel, three championship golf courses, an award-winning spa, and the only restaurant in Scotland to hold two Michelin stars.

Known throughout the world as the host venue for the G8 summit of world leaders in 2005 and golf’s 2014 Ryder Cup, the 850-acre Gleneagles estate incomparable. This glorious playground of country pursuits lies within an hour’s drive of Edinburgh and Glasgow airports, with direct trains from London arriving in five hours at our very own station, just two minutes from the hotel.

Gleneagles is one of the world’s most renowned hotels. Yet each and every one of its 232 luxury bedrooms, including 27 suites, offers the individuality of an intimate hotel. Choose from traditional or modern interiors, many with fine, open views over the grounds. For the luxury Gleneagles experience, its suites and estate rooms are sumptuous affairs, with space aplenty, soft fabrics and modern amenities.


United Kingdom

You don’t have to enjoy tea to make the most of London and its environs (though it is a treat in the city’s finest five-star hotels). The UK’s iconic capital has something for everything, from world-class theater, museums, shopping (don’t miss Harrod’s!) and nightlife to popular tourist sites Buckingham palace and the Tower of London. Hit the backstreets and markets in Camden and Kensington for trendy clothing and cutting-edge art, and keep your “brolly" handy. It’s an easy trek by train or car to places farther afield such as the academic Oxford and Cambridge, the Georgian town of Bath and the Victorian seaside resort of Brighton, with its famous pier. The sweeping countryside and thatched cottages of Cornwall are sure to appeal, as are the Lake District and the Beatles’ home of Liverpool. Bookstores are a thing across the country, and pubs are a great place to connect with friends and fellow travelers. Whether it’s your jumping off point to explore Europe or your final destination, the United Kingdom is an all-season destination with plenty to do inside and out.