An elegant grand-dame of the London hotel scene, Claridge's is an iconic hotel that manages to maintain strong links with its legendary heritage while offering top luxury comforts in style....
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Luxury City Hotels
The UK & Ireland are home of some of the most beautiful historic cities on earth. As well as the vibrant capital cities, London and Edinburgh, Bath, Cambridge and Oxford all offer visitors an amazing selection of luxury hotels on the door-step of beautiful streets, award-winning restaurants and world-class attractions to explore.
So discreet that you can almost miss it, but magnificent once you enter, the Corinthia Hotel is one of the finest hotels in London. Previously the belle-epoque era Hotel Metropole,...
Brown's Hotel, A Rocco Forte Hotel
As London's longest running hotel, Brown's is an institution. It has been a mainstay on Mayfair’s Albemarle Street since 1837 and over the years has hosted legendary guests such as...
Still buzzing from its £70 million 2007 refurbishment, The Connaught is a firm Ampersand favourite. Opened in 1815 as The Prince of Saxe-Coburg Hotel, nearly a century on The Connaught...
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...
The Merrion Hotel
One of the finest hotels in Dublin, The Merrion is a timeless hotel that attracts Ireland's smartest crowd. Made up of four Georgian townhouses which are over 200 years old,...
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...
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