Top Luxury Hotels in England
To earn a lavish spot this year, we have scoured the top luxury hotels in England that include mansions in Buckinghamshire and five-star hotels in London. Pick Sir Peter Michael’s personal winery in Gloucestershire, the Mandarin for some hot yoga lessons, Gidleigh Park for gardens and woodland as the name suggests or Claridge’s, the number one pick for royalty and fashionistas and subject of my recent social media feature.
1. The Ritz London, Mayfair
You would have probably heard of the name, which is why it stands at the top of the list. Along with possessing an applaudable dining room, the Palm Court and the Long Gallery are a captivating sight as well. The services offered by the doormen who are found ready in a pair of bellhops to offer their guests with the hospitality that makes the trip to London worth appreciating. Shades of yellow, pink, blue, rose gold make your suite and bedrooms generate an aura of serenity and vibrancy.Top Luxury Hotels in England
2. Cliveden House, Berkshire
Currently, the House rests under the ownership of the National Trust. To earn a legitimate stately stay at Berkshire, Cliveden House is the right spot to experience journeying in a magical environment through a gravel drive straight to the splendid house. Once you check in, you will sense the spellbinding beauty in the bricks and masonry walls. Those who have a deep-seated interest in the history will instantly find themselves being gripped by it through the majestic wall portraits’ hanging and the wood panels.
3. The Vineyard, Berkshire
Titled initially as a “restaurant with rooms”, the vineyard belongs to Sir Peter Michael. Being his private winery, The Vineyard rests in Berkshire, and now functions as a hotel with 49 rooms containing cozy, convenient bedrooms. The restaurant welcomes to you an experience of tasting menus where the appointed staff is courteous and generous enough to make your wine tasting experience a worthwhile memory. Moreover, there are other facilities like a lavish, unforgettable spa treatment coupled with a vast menu which make the whole experience truly memorable.
4. Mandarin Oriental, Hyde Park
An outdoor terrace made to appreciate the dazzling view every day, the Mandarin Oriental has given a traditional touch to the bedrooms and the corridors making you feel that you have been dragged into a golden time in history, the days when the Queen and Princess Margaret practiced dancing in the ballroom which has now been converted into an area dedicated for hot yoga lessons. However, the ground floor is found to be modern.
5. Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire
A large, expansive ground of up to 300 acres is where you can enjoy your golfing and tennis sessions with friends or loved ones. A splendid spa session as well as a restaurant with a menu worth tasting is what makes Stoke Park a place with uncountable benefits. You can get a relaxing, sophisticated stay away from the hustle and bustle of city life in this mansion house made to give you a sense of being provided a stay at a country club.
6. Danesfield House, Marlow
Like many of the hotels in London, the Danesfield House also exists as a figure of reminder of the Elizabethan Castle. The rooms full of wood and decorated with oil paintings are rich in expressing the history attached to their land. This country manor has corridors with a smoky aroma with dainty towers. Even though the main reception area, the library and the bar exhibit a comfortable, muted look, you will find the restaurants and the rooms to be more spacious, light and contemporary. A generous amount of points can be awarded to the food served in the Danesfield House. The setting becomes the sole reason for picking this House in Marlow as your dream spot for vacation.
7. Batty Langley’s Hotel, London
This stands the test of one of the top luxury hotels in England with many guests having had a hard time leaving considering the extensive list of services and the aura the place generates making you wish you lived like this every day. Your afternoon teas will be served to you graciously in the parlor. Lyle’s and Dishoom are the popular areas to dine at.
8. Gidleigh Park, Devon
With up to 25 stunning rooms, you are in for a rewarding experience in style at the Gidleigh Park in Devon recognized for the food it serves. Being a well-known spot for foodies, your vacation time will never grow tedious with the presence of a spa, a steam area, sauna during your stay and a bathing session with a wine glass in hand while you enjoy the captivating sight in front of you. The place even has a two-bedroom cottage situated for those who wish to stay there.
9. The Goring, Belgravia
The best part about this hotel in Belgravia is its location since it lies right across the Buckingham Palace. To get the real taste of summer, you can spend your afternoons surrounded by shrubs and flowers of all kinds in a large, private garden. The lawn with a croquet set up will add to the fun experience at Goring. After a healthy renovation, the place has introduced a Front Hall filled with wallpapers of animals as well as caricatures of people who have made a difference here adding a romantic English touch to it. The rooms classy yet sophisticated in style.
10. Claridge’s, London
Don’t let the number fool you into negating this place as your destination spot for Claridge’s is popular for being the first choice of every A-list celebrity, royal family member, and well-known business tycoons. Originally opened in 1898, it is one of the top luxury hotels in England, known for its golden history. The Art Deco style made its entry into Claridge’s and that’s how it got its makeover back in the 1920’s. Currently, the services it provides are extensive including expensive roof-top spa treatments, rooms with a remarkable view. Your tea sessions in the afternoon will be terrific, the rooms have a rather tasteful menu and the bar is open to offer its hospitable services. Hopefully you’ll have seen some of my Instagram stoires from here.