Ellenborough Park, a truly unique hotel in Cheltenham...
Caught between the Cotswolds’ highest point and the lush green gallops of Cheltenham’s world-famous racecourse, Ellenborough Park is an indulgent 15th-century country estate, turned 21st-century luxury hotel retreat. An unforgettable hotel in Cheltenham. Steeped in history, this Cotswolds manor house is set in 90-acres of bucolic countryside; a luxury house and grounds, where the friendly team combine charm and bespoke service, creating truly memorable experiences. Ellenborough Park is synonymous with family retreats, romantic breaks, unforgettable weddings and expertly executed conferences.
Restored to contemporary glory in recent years, the hotel in Cheltenham offers 61 individually designed bedrooms and suites; an Indian-influenced spa, heated outdoor pool and fitness suite; and a variety of spaces available for business meetings, conferences, private parties and weddings. Borrow a pair of Dubarry’s from the Boot Room and explore the Cotswold Way; or sit back and relax in the luxurious lounges and secret snugs with a board game, book and a cup of tea or a little snifter of something. The kitchen is the heart and soul of Ellenborough so expect the very best of local Cotswold produce for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, from this fine hotel in Cheltenham.
Located in London’s most exclusive borough, Brown’s Hotel is a microcosm of chic, modern and arty Mayfair making it the ideal base for luxury travellers. Contemporary design and an eclectic collection of works by leading artists including Tracy Emin, Rankin and Bridget Riley combine to give Brown’s its inimitable style and a charismatic air that brings guests back time and time again.
Each of the 115 rooms at Brown’s strike a perfect balance between style and sophistication, with elegant fabrics and furnishings offset by flashes of colour. The recently redesigned Kipling Suite with its vibrant wallpaper, walk-in dressing room and lavishly marbled bathroom celebrates all that is indulgent and luxurious. Olga Polizzi, Director of Design for Rocco Forte Hotels, aptly explains that in the rooms at Brown’s “you feel that you are in London” and in The Kipling Suite especially the “English theme carries on and is maintained through a combination of antique pieces and contemporary designer items.”
Whether guests wish to celebrate over a decadent afternoon spent in The English Tea Room, meet for cocktails in the naughty corner of The Donovan Bar surrounded by Terence Donovan’s cheekier shots or sample the best of Italian fare at Beck at Brown's by Heinz Beck, a relaxed dining restaurant, Brown’s Hotel is the definitive destination to sip and savour. Also within the hotel is an intimate spa sanctuary; a place to unwind and re-centre with treatments aimed at nurturing body and mind alike.
In a landmark of power and prestige, Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square is ideally located in the City of London steps away from Tower of London, Tower Bridge and River Thames. Built in 1922 and originally the headquarters of the Port of London Authority, the hotel offers 100 rooms including 11 spacious suites, blending chic modern design with original architectural details.
Discover two destination restaurants - La Dame de Pic London, the first UK restaurant by Chef Anne-Sophie Pic, serving her signature French cuisine and unexpected flavour combinations - and Mei Ume, a contemporary Asian restaurant that specialises in Chinese and Japanese dishes. The Rotunda bar and lounge is ideal for light breakfasts, lunches and drinks after work.
The lavish spa sanctuary features a state of the art fitness centre and eight spacious treatment rooms including a luxury spa suite for couples and a special Hammam Suite for steam treatments. A 14m indoor swimming pool, vitality pool, steam and sauna rooms are also available.
You will find The Balmoral at Edinburgh’s most prestigious address, No. 1 Princes Street, where the Old Town stops and the New Town begins. The hotel’s majestic clock defines the city’s skyline and since the day the property opened in 1902 it has run three minutes fast to ensure you will never miss your train.
Experience Michelin-starred Number One or indulge in Afternoon Tea or drinks at dusk in our signature whisky bar, Scotch. A comprehensive range of treatments will help you unwind in the award-wining Balmoral Spa. The 15-metre pool is perfect for a quick dip, or relax in the sauna and steam room.
Set in the heart of one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods, The Kensington’s grand stucco façade is characteristic of this affluent 19th Century district, which is home to cultural treasures like the Natural History Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Albert Hall, with the green spaces of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park and world-famous stores such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols only a short walk away. With open fires found in nearly all the hotel’s ground floor reception rooms, entering The Kensington feels rather like walking through the doors of a lovingly restored London mansion. High ceilings and heritage décor evoke a sense of Victorian grandeur, while the hotel’s famously warm and engaging service creates a relaxed ambience reminiscent of an exclusive private members club.London
Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian is one of Edinburgh’s most significant landmarks. Standing proudly at the West End of Princes Street, this former Victorian railway building hotel nestles in the shadow of the imposing Edinburgh Castle and its reputation for style and excellence has attracted international visitors and notable personalities for over one hundred years.
Admire some of the best views in Edinburgh from our 241 guestrooms and suites and dine at two award-winning restaurants created by the Michelin-starred Galvin brothers – The Pompadour by Galvin and Galvin Brasserie de Luxe. At Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian you can also experience the grandeur of the Peacock Alley, formerly the station concourse and ticket office or simply indulge at UK’s first and only Guerlain Spa, a sanctuary of luxury and relaxation, home to a luxurious swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa bath, and a state-of-the-art gym.
Experience the luxury, opulence and style of the golden age of travel at The Grand Hotel & Spa, housed in the iconic former headquarters of the North Eastern Railway Company.
History and heritage combine with everything a modern traveller could wish for in this iconic Edwardian building.
The Grand is the only 5 Star Hotel in York and offers the very best in traditional English style and service, set off with a friendly Yorkshire welcome.
Stay in one of the 107 elegant guestrooms, experience luxury Afternoon Tea or enjoy a feast of small plates alongside eclectic drinks in The Rise Restaurant, Terrace and Bar - where sharing has never tasted so good - The Grand Hotel & Spa York has something for everyone.England - York
The Milestone Hotel & Residences is wonderfully located within the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, only minutes from The Royal Albert Hall, Knightsbridge shopping, including Harrods and within easy reach of the West End. When the good weather is upon us, enjoy a peaceful stroll to Kensington Palace and Gardens, a lovely green space that flanks Hyde Park, at your leisure.
The Milestone is appreciated for all its many special qualities and its luxury five star hotel standards. The Milestone Hotel features bedrooms, suites, and residences that offer the absolute ultimate in luxury, comfort and convenience. Each of the bedrooms is individually designed and decorated using custom made fabrics and original artwork. Many of the rooms offer views over the park. It is one of the few hotels in London that provides a heated resistance pool, as well as a gym, sauna and treatment room. Furthermore, enjoy an extensive collection of over 300 different wines and signature cocktails such as the Smoking Old Fashioned and Duchess' Hourglass.
Less than an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh, the iconic Gleneagles Hotel nestles in a picturesque 850-acre country estate and has been a luxury destination for nearly a century, offering the perfect retreat for those looking for relaxation, fun and adventure.
Throughout the hotel you will find the finest comfort – from the 232 luxury bedrooms and suites, to the spacious destination spa – and an array of world-class dining options, including Andrew Fairlie, Scotland’s only two Michelin-starred restaurant.
Gleneagles is renowned for its three championship golf courses - The PGA Centenary Course – host venue for The 2014 Ryder Cup - and the stunning King's and Queen's Courses. Although golf is at the heart of the estate, guests can enjoy an extensive range of authentic country pursuits and leisure activities including clay shooting, archery, fishing, horse riding, tennis, gundog handling, off-road driving, falconry and more – there really is something for everyone.