Hotels in United Kingdom
From quaint stone cottages to historic castles and elegant luxury hotels in the cities, the accommodation options in the United Kingdom are as varied as the landscape.
Our travel experts have stayed in all of the best hotels from the far north reaches of the Scottish Highlands to the beachfront cottages in Cornwall, let us guide you to the hotels that fit your style. Whether you are looking a boutique hotel in a small Cotswolds village, a sophisticated luxury hotel in London, a historic hotel in the heart of Edinburgh or a rustic retreat in the Scottish Highlands, we know them all and can plan your itinerary around the hotels that fit you best.
Perthshire, Scottish Highlands, United Kingdom
Think Gleneagles and golf instantly comes to mind, but a stay at Gleneagles is about far more than that. It is a luxury bolthole surrounded by an adventure playground: rolling glens and the fresh Scottish air just waiting to be explored and breathed in.
London, United Kingdom
In the very center of the city, Rosewood London is within walking distance to Covent Garden and many other London landmarks. The grand Edwardian building is a sight to behold, and once inside, guests will feel at home in this stylish London residence.
The Balmoral, a Rocco Forte Hotel
The Balmoral is Edinburgh's 'Grande Dame', opened in 1902 it retains a wonderful old-world charm, but has been given a loving splash of luxury and style by Rocco Forte. With its attentive service, it is the go-to hotel in Edinburgh.
The Fife Arms
Braemar, Scottish Highlands
Located in the scenic village of Braemar, The Fife Arms is a landmark hotel that has undergone a transformation from traditional Victorian coaching house to luxury hotel, nestled within the majestic Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands.
The Lygon Arms
Broadway, The Cotswolds
Reading like a Who’s Who of British history, The Lygon Arms has played host to Charles I and Oliver Cromwell as well as Prince Philip, and its winding staircases, wooden beams and leaded windows offer a cosy base from which to explore the Cotswolds.
London, United Kingdom
Lying between two of London’s most sophisticated and desirable boroughs, Chelsea and Knightsbridge, the Belmond Cadogan is a refined, charming city hotel that extends a gracious welcome to its visitors.
Southeast England, United Kingdom
A sympathetically restored Georgian country home, Heckfield Place is just an hour from London but lies in 400 acres of quintessentially English gardens, the produce of which is woven into the delicious fare of the restaurants by famed chef, Skye Gyngell.
University Arms Cambridge
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Ideally located just steps away from Cambridge’s iconic colleagues and historic city center the University Arms is a perfect place to explore one England’s best-known cities, popular with locals and scholars alike.
The Bath Priory
Offering a tranquil haven within walking distance of Bath’s honeyed stone terraces, the Bath Priory welcomes guests as if to the home of a friend, albeit a friend with an award-winning restaurant and L’Occitane spa housed in Georgian grandeur.
Slaughters Manor House
Lower Slaughter, The Cotswolds
Situated in one of England’s prettiest villages, The Slaughters Manor House is a beautiful 17th Century manor house which combines contemporary interiors with country charm, attentive service and one of the most acclaimed restaurants in the Cotswolds.