Straight out of a fairy tale, the beautiful Grade A listed Aldourie Castle is located directly on the scenic banks of Loch Ness. A major social hub for house parties...
The official top seven
For islands so small, the UK & Ireland have the most extraordinary range of hotels which hold architectural interest. From the neo-gothic splendour of St Pancras Renaissance at King’s Cross Station and the Scottish Baronial Aldourie Castle to the Georgian gem of the Royal Crescent Hotel in Bath, a trip to the UK & Ireland allows you to travel back through the history of architecture as you travel the region.
Boundary Restaurant, Rooms and Rooftop
Our most easterly outpost, Boundary is cool and contemporary boutique hotel with buckets of originality and style. We recommend Boundary to guests looking to experience East London's edgy vibe, experimental...
St Pancras Renaissance
A Victorian Gothic revival masterpiece situated mere metres from the platforms of St Pancras International Station, the St Pancras Renaissance hotel is one of London's most beautiful and impressive buildings....
Opened in 1906 by renowned hotelier Cesar Ritz, The Ritz is a classic London icon and one of the world's most famous hotels. Inspired by Paris's Rue de Rivoli, Cesar...
The Royal Crescent Hotel
Classically beautiful both inside and out, the Royal Crescent hotel is housed in two Grade I listed townhouses at the centre of Bath's Royal Crescent. A neo-classic Georgian splendour, the...
A beautiful Palladian mansion house dating back to 1720, Lucknam Park is a luxurious spa and country retreat, tucked away just outside Bath on the fringes of the Cotswolds. Surrounded...
Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park
If you're looking for Hyde Park views, luxury shopping on your doorstep and haute cuisine then the Mandarin Oriental is the place for you from the minute you climb the...
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