In 2015, London has once again been hailed as the most visited city in the world. According to MasterCard’s 2015 Global Destination Cities Index 18.82 million travelers visited the global city this year. With so many travellers passing through, TripAdvisor has curated a haute list of Britain’s best hotels according to ratings and reviews on their site. Without further-to-do we welcome you to the top 10 hotels in Britain starting with number one.
1.The Haymarket Hotel, London
Classic British tradition meets a modern twist at this central London hotel. Located on the corner of Haymarket and Suffolk Place, this boutique establishment is in the center of London’s theatre district. It is also a stones throw away from Mayfair, Regent Street and Jermyn Street shopping. The detail and quality offered here, matched with their ideal location, makes Haymarket Hotel a top choice for London’s visitors.
2.The Milestone Hotel, London
This five-star staple is the epitome of English luxury. The Milestone Hotel is located within the revered Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, with stunning views of Kensington Palace and Gardens, and just minutes from the Royal Albert Hall. If you want a taste of the life of a British royal, book yourself a stay at The Milestone Hotel.
3.Rudding Park Hotel, Harrogate
The Rudding Park Hotel was voted the ‘Best UK Hotel outside London’ this year. Their spa, gym and private cinema are only a few reasons travellers love to stay here. The Harrogate hotel is set amongst beautiful landscape gardens and woodland, a relaxing and picturesque environment that shows off the true English countryside.
4.Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, Great Milton
If intimacy is what you’re after, look no further than the Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons. This quaint hotel has 32 invididually designed guest rooms and suites that allows accommodation for the most diverse of guests. This haute hotel however is most famous for their award-winning culinary feats. Renowned chef Raymond Blanc hones the eats at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons and has retained its two Michelin stars for the last 30 years.
5.Casa Hotel, Chesterfield
The Casa Hotel in Chesterfield is 100 rooms of modern bliss. Everything here is thought out for you, making it a seamless experience for travellers with hectic itineraries. It is the only independent four-star hotel in Chesterfield and holds an award winning restaurant.
6.Corinthia Hotel, London
This is your second home in the heart of London. The Corinthia Hotel’s warm and welcoming vibes are something you don’t come across every day. Their London outpost is in the center of the city moments away from Trafalgar Square, Westminster and Mayfair. It is a grand and Victorian style building offering travellers a true taste of Britain.
7.The Goring, London
What separates The Goring from other London establishments is it’s one of the last remaining family-owned luxury hotels. Each bedroom is personally curated and can be tailored depending on guests requests and requirements. It is the ultimate in sophistication, style and haute family living.
8.Rosewood London, London
Tucked away in a grand Edwardian courtyard is an urban oasis known as Rosewood London. A few yards from Covent Garden the Rosewood London provides a 262-room, 44-suite sanctuary for travellers. Entering this property feels like coming home to your own personal London mansion, decorated in the style of a British manor home.
9.Stratford Limes Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon
Sense and simplicity is what the Stratford Limes Hotel is all about. This is the perfect place for visitors who need a home-base for their extensive exploring schedules. It’s a no fuss situation within walking distance from classic pubs, restaurants and a scenic English village.
10.La Place Hotel, St Brelade, Jersey
La Place Hotel is your peaceful countryside getaway. Centered around a traditional seventeenth century Jersey country house, the newly refurbished hotel provides a uniquely English experience. Here you will stay in a cozy country cottage, which are just a short walk from the picturesque St Aubins harbour, and a short drive from the golden sands of St Brelade’s Bay.