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Best City Hotel

Vote for the very best city hotels for wine in the UK.

Radisson Blu Edwardian Hampshire Hotel

The beautifully decorated Radisson Blu Edwardian, Hampshire boutique hotel in London’s West End provide a luxurious environment for work or play. Located in Leicester Squre, original art work and sumptuous furnishings provide a 5 star luxury experience. Relax in marble bathrooms and luxurious products. The hotel’s 23 suites are uniquely decorated with designer furnishings and Sicilian marble bathrooms. Most suites also offer panoramic views of the capital and a real luxury London hotel experience.

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The May Fair Hotel

The May Fair was first opened by King George V in 1927 and offers over 400 luxury hotel bedrooms, including 12 of the capital’s most memorable hotel suites, a discreet spa, a Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and the quintessential London Casino. The spirit of surrounding Mayfair is captured beautifully, especially in our destination May Fair Bar, breathtaking Crystal Room and opulent Danziger Suite, which between them have played host to some of London’s most extravagant society events.

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The Alverton Hotel, Cornwall

Open the old oak door and step into our hidden secret in the city: The Alverton. Offering unrivalled levels of service, luxurious rooms, two AA Rosette food and delicious drink. Within walking distance of everything that Truro has to offer, The Alverton also makes the perfect base for Cornwall’s best attractions and most beautiful destinations.

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No.15 Great Pulteney, Somerset

Comprised of three Grade I listed Georgian townhouses with a rich and distinguished past, No.15 Great Pulteney is an elegant and vivacious boutique townhouse hotel, only a short stroll from Bath’s most historic sites including Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths. The hotel is a place to indulge in the finest artisanal food, exceptional afternoon teas and carefully-curated drinks. The hotel’s most recent addition is the spa, fitted with a steam pod, a luxurious cedar wood hot tub and sauna, all to be found in the stone vaults underneath the hotel.

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The Savoy, London

The award winning five star hotel; a place where history and iconic elegance mingles with new-world sophistication. A world-famous name, The Savoy stands proudly on the Northbank of the River Thames. It is celebrated for sublime service, and graced by stars, dignitaries and the global jet-set… where Art Deco rubs shoulders with English Edwardian, and exceptional dining blends with contemporary cocktails.

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The Midland, Manchester

Situated in the heart of the city, The Midland is a luxury hotel in Manchester like no other. Host to an array of Kings, Queens, Presidents and Prime Ministers over the years, you can rest assured knowing that you’ll be staying in one of most iconic and historic hotels in Manchester. As a four star hotel, The Midland features 312 pristine bedrooms, two award-winning restaurants, Adam Reid at the French and Mr Cooper’s, an elegant Tea Room, a newly refurbished bar and lounge and 14 impressive conference and meeting rooms to fulfil all your business needs.

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Hilton London Bankside, London

Hilton London Bankside is a new player for the area, but despite this, is becoming a favourite amongst the corporates and foodies. The Sunday lunch was voted one of the best in London by The Evening Standard! The hotel was also the 2017 Winner of the ‘Community Engagement Award’ from Springboard UK’s Award of Excellence. The design of the property oozes influence from Bankside area, combining art, design and industrial theming.

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St James Hotel, Nottinghamshire

Located in a quiet area of Nottingham city centre adjacent to Nottingham Castle the St James Hotel makes the ideal base for any leisure or business traveller. The hotel has recently completed a full refurbishment program which has transformed the existing hotel into a contemporary boutique feel property. The hotel boasts 87 guest rooms accommodating individual travellers, couples, families and groups. Free WIFI is available to guests throughout the hotel. No/6 Restaurant, Bar & Lounge serves a hearty buffet breakfast with continental and cooked options as well as cooked to order a la carte dishes.

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The Capital Hotel, London

A bastion of true English hospitality and great British design. The Capital, a grand hotel in miniature, was one of London’s first boutiques, just steps from Harrods. Home to Britain’s finest seafood chef Nathan Outlaw, Michelin-starred Outlaw’s serves an innovative seasonal menu with fish delivered to Knightsbridge each day from fishermen he knows personally in Cornwall and the West Country. A traditional English Afternoon Tea is served in collaboration with acclaimed Pastry Chef Claire Clark MBE while the resident whisky expert, and Keeper of the Quaich, Cesar Da Silva has gathered an impressive Whisky collection in The Capital Bar.

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The Landmark London, Marylebone

The five-star Landmark London is a luxurious oasis, a grand dame hotel from the romantic era of train travel. The Landmark London is located in the coveted Marylebone neighbourhood. The hotel has 300 rooms, including 51 luxurious suites, which are some of the most flexible suite configuration in the capital. The hotel also boasts several of central London’s truly memorable restaurants and bars.

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The Grand Hotel & Spa, York

The award-winning Grand Hotel in York is Yorkshire’s only 5-star luxury hotel. Perfect for romantic getaways, spa breaks or a place of business. The Grand Hotel & Spa with 107 bedrooms including the Penthouse Suite is a jewel in the city’s crown. Originally built in 1906 as the North Eastern Railway Company’s headquarters and a “palace of business”, this Grade II building is an iconic landmark at the heart of the historic city of York.

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La Suite West, London

Positioned within a quintessentially British row of nineteenth century Victorian townhouses, La Suite West -Hyde Park is distinguished by its beautifully landscaped and much sought after sun-dappled private terrace. In close proximity to Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park, the hotel is surrounded by an array of beautiful botanicals, blooms and green-fingered marvels to inspire a seasonal retreat in the heart of London.

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The Ampersand Hotel, London

The Ampersand Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel just seconds away from South Kensington tube station. The Ampersand Hotel is on the doorstep of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge and the museum district, with easy access to the best that London has to offer. Classic English heritage meets a contemporary interior with restored original Victorian features visible among the modern design aesthetic inspired by the surrounding area and world famous museums on its doorstep. The hotel also boasts modern Mediterranean restaurant Apero in the original 19th century vaults and The Drawing Rooms, offering beautiful patisserie and the iconic Science Afternoon Tea.

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The Dunstane Houses, Edinburgh

The Dunstane Houses comprise two twin-set Victorian buildings – Dunstane & Hampton– inspired by celebrated Edinburgh architect, William Playfair. This August, following a six-month renovation, the 16-room Dunstane House emerged with a new design combining understated luxury accommodation with a Scottish inspired all-day menu and stylish cocktail bar, filling the gap in the city’s boutique hotel landscape. Subtly mixing the old and the new with a nod to the owners’ Orkney Islands heritage, its evocative interiors combine the neoclassical design of old-town Edinburgh with a modern approach to pared down luxury. The re-launch is part of a wider journey set to complete next year when Hampton House unveils further renovations.

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Hotel Gotham, Manchester

The stunning art deco façade of luxury 5-star boutique Hotel Gotham is one of the city’s grandest buildings.Glamorous Manhattan-inspired interiors combine modern luxury interiors with an vintage style, housing 60 opulent rooms and suites. Dine at the two AA rosette awarded restaurant Honey, serving contemporary British cuisine, while the 7th floor is home to decadent rooftop bar and VIP lounge Club Brass, a glamorous Prohibition-style speakeasy bar, complete with stunning rooftop terrace The bar offers a tempting menu with vintage-inspired cocktails with unparalleled panoramic views over the city’s glittering skyline from Club Brass’ spacious surrounding rooftop terrace, complete with telescope.

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Marriott Hotel County Hall, London

Located on the banks of the River Thames with iconic views over the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the London Marriott Hotel County Hall is a historic building that will inspire your delegates. The newly renovated 206 guest rooms capture the subtle essence of great British style, echoing the building’s incredible history and introducing some quirky and humorous nods to its London location. As part of the multi-million pound renovation, the hotel’s event spaces and meeting rooms have been refreshed, but retain their heritage, named after distinguished people with significance to the County Hall history. Meet where great leaders of the past shaped the city of London and reside in the opulent heritage II listed architecture. Sample fresh English fare at Gillray’s Steakhouse & Bar, enjoy a spot of Afternoon Tea in the historic Library or visit the leisure club with a 25 metre indoor swimming pool.

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