Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel
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Rocco Forte Brown's Hotel  
Hotel in London  
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The hotel opened at the same time Queen Victoria was coronated in 1837. As London's first hotel, for 200 years it has welcomed royalties and writers, Pulitzer Prize and Oscar winners, musicians and scientists, explorers and politicians during peacetime or war. The hotel also witnessed an important milestone in history, the first telephone call in London made by Alexander Graham Bell was made on site.
 
The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa
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The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa  
Hotel in Bath  
Excellent 9.3
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Situated in one of the most renowned crescents in the world. It spans 150 metres and founded with Ionic columns. The Royal Crescent was designed by John Wood between 1767 and 1774. During World War II's Bath Blitz, it suffered bombardment destroying 2 houses. For 250 years, it has accommodated royalties, celebrities and was featured in many films. The hotel occupies two houses, renovated to modern comforts while maintaining its traditional charm.
 
Corinthia Hotel London
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Corinthia Hotel London  
Hotel in London  
Excellent 9.3
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Once guests walk in, they will be taken back in time to the Victorian era. It was built in 1885 and furnished with antiques from the old-world. It was formerly used as governmental building, as seen in its intricate walls and high-ceiling rooms, characteristic of traditional bureaucratic buildings. It features exquisitely designed rooms, suites, penthouses and world-class restaurants with magnificent views of London's skyline.
 
The Langham London
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The Langham London  
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Excellent 9.4
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The hotel prides itself with an expansive history of delighting renowned guests like Louis Napoleon III, Princess Diana, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Charles Dickens. It was built in 1865 and became Europe's first "Grand Hotel". In its grand opening, the Prince of Wales was one of the first guests. Later, it became a popular destination among Victorian high society.
 
The Grand, York
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The Grand, York  
Hotel in York  
Excellent 9.3
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The Grand, York was built in 1906 as a "Palace of Business" for one the biggest railway companies in Edwardian England. It was later turned into a luxurious hotel, boasting some of the finest rooms and conference spaces in York and seamlessly blending the rich history of the city and the demanding comforts of modern age. In order to commemorate its inaugural year, the hotel features an intimate 1906 bar with an extensive selection of premium whiskies and cocktails.
 
Rosewood London
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Rosewood London  
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Excellent 9.2
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This beautiful Edwardian edifice was built in 1912 and was completed 2 years later. It sits in one of London's most historic areas, High Holborn. The road dates back to Roman times. As the city of London flourished, the district's role grew as well. In the Middle Ages, it was centre to the British legal profession. Restorations and transformation of the building to a luxury hotel was carried under the guidance of English Heritage.
 
Sofitel London St James
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Sofitel London St James  
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The original building was constructed in 1923 under the design of E. Keynes Purchase with Durward Brown. It was built as a headquarters of a successful army banking agency Cox and Company according to John Nash's Regent Street development plan. The company was later called Cox's and King's. The property was acquired by Lloyds Bank and was turned into a luxurious hotel.
 
The Stafford London
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The Stafford London  
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Excellent 9.1
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Originally built as private residences in 17th Century. One of the residences was owned by Lord and Lady Lyttelton, daughter of Earl Spencer and served as nanny to Queen Victoria's children. From mid to late 19th century, the owners changed frequently. From the Richmond Club Chambers, Green’s Private Hotel to St. James’s Palace Hotel. During World War II, it was a popular destination for American and Canadian officers stationed overseas.
 
The Goring
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The Goring  
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Excellent 9.3
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Since its inception, it was run by the Goring family. After removing public houses and several cottages, the path was clear for Jeremy Goring's great-grandfather, Otto, and it is to build the last grand hotel from the Edwardian era, The Goring. It was finished on March of 1910. The inside is beautifully furnished with antiques and further enhanced by the Goring Gardens, one of the largest private gardens in London.
 
The Ritz London
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The Ritz London  
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The hotel was opened by in 1906 by César Ritz after opening one in Paris. After a troubling beginning, the hotel became popular around the end of World War I among politicians, socialites, writers and actors. It is marked by a distinct architecture, heavily influence by Parisian design but devoid of English. Interiors is furnished by Loius XIV opulence and sparkling chandeliers. In 2002, it was the first hotel to be granted a Royal Warrant from the Prince of Wales.
 
Milestone Hotel Kensington
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Milestone Hotel Kensington  
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Steeped in opulence, style and old world charm, Milestone Hotel Kensington is a luxurious 5-star historic hotel. Its convenient location right opposite the Kensington Gardens and Palace, as well as its close proximity to the Royal Albert Hall, make it an ideal retreat for all kinds of guests. The hotel features luxurious and stylish rooms and suites, excellent dining options, as well as the most lavish venues for unforgettable weddings and events.

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True luxury awaits at this hotel which is located in the heart of glamorous London. Apart from its 5-star facilities, the hotel also offers lavish furnishings, period style decorations, exquisite culinary treats, excellent service, as well as wonderful original art pieces scattered all around the hotel, that make every guest's experience even more luxurious.


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Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa
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Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa  
Hotel in Turners Hill  
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One stone from the property goes back to 1608 when a Roman road ran past the area. The formal construction occurred sometime in mid 17th century. To commemorate its long history, a luxurious 1608 Champagne Bar was built. The house was once graced by the famed poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. It was later bought by a Governor of the Bank of England and refurbished in 1984.
 
The Savoy
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The Savoy  
Hotel in London  
Excellent 9.4
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The hotel opened in 1889. Charmed by the hotels in America, Richard D'Oyly Carte, a theatrical impresario, built the first luxurious hotel in Britain. It is considered to be London's most famous hotel. As such, it has hosted royalties, world leaders and artists like Edward VII, Oscar Wilde, Winston Churchill, Frank Sinatra, The Beatles and many more. To keep its reputation, Savoy opened the large restaurants for dancing and parties in the 1920s, introduced air conditioning and soundproofed windows.
 
BEST WESTERN PLUS the Connaught Hotel and Spa
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BEST WESTERN PLUS the Connaught Hotel and Spa  
Hotel in Bournemouth  
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The hotel's history began in 1815. Queen Victoria's uncle, William IV, met his wife in the hotel in 1818. In 1814, Louis XVIII of France stayed here on his way to Paris. A century later, President General Charles de Gaulle frequented in the hotel. By the end of the 19th century, the Duke of Westminster redeveloped the area. In 1898, an iron and glass shelter was raised on the front entrance. It served as a refuge for the exiled in the Nazi's march across Europe.
 
The Ampersand Hotel
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The Ampersand Hotel  
Hotel in London  
Excellent 9.2
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The hotel is surrounded by some of London's renowned district like Mayfair, Hydepark and Knightsbridge. World famous museums and galleries are within walking distance from the door. Inspired by its surroundings, the hotel boasts a unique furnishings for each rooms. It was originally built as a boutique hotel under the name Norfolk Hotel and was renovated in 2012.
 
Roseate House London
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Roseate House London  
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It is considered as one of the "finest in London". Facing St. James Church, Oscar Wilde himself was welcomed within its halls. The previous townhouses where the foundations were built from were constructed in 1842. Today, they are restored with modern comforts while keeping its traditional allure. As expected from a Victorian architecture, the inside is filled with Victorian furniture, original oil paintings and antique decors.
 
The Roseate Villa Bath
The Roseate Villa Bath  
Hotel in Bath  
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The villa stands on the foundations of 2 converted Victorian houses. It sits at the centre of the historic town of Bath. Just around the corner from the renowned Pulteney Bridge and within walking distance of Henrietta Park, a shelter of tranquility. The hotel offers 21 individual rooms, unique with their own character. With Hypnos bed, Egyptian cotton linen and down duvets, guests will have a luxurious and relaxing stay.
 
The Grand Brighton
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The Grand Brighton  
Hotel in Brighton and Hove  
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This beautiful Victorian property stands along the sea front of southern England. It was built in 1864 under the design of the architect John Whichcord Jr, he was a renowned British architect in the city of London who designed numerous buildings. The very first lift built in the UK outside London was installed here, a testament to the advanced engineering features in the hotel.
 
The Connaught
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The Connaught  
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This hotel has been Mayfair Village's pride since early 19th century. It started as an offshoot of Grillion's hotel containing 2 houses owned by the Duke of Westminster. It was renovated into its own and formally opened in 1897 as The Coburg. It was renamed during the World War I to The Connaught to commemorate Queen Victoria's son, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught and Strathearn. In 1940, French President General Charles de Gaulle was a resident at the hotel. In 1970s, Ralpha Lauren once visited the hotel and was enamored by the woodwork on the staircase. He built a replica and installed it in his store in New York. Royalties frequented the hotel, in late 20th century, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles were visitors.
 
Ettington Park Hotel
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Ettington Park Hotel  
Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon  
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Habitation around the area goes back farther than 20,000 years. The property was initially owned by The Shirleys, they were one of Warwickshire's oldest families. They can be traced back over a thousand years. Throughout the years, the old manor house was demolished replaced by smaller houses from salvaged materials. In 1935, the mansion became a nursing home and a prisoner's camp during World War II.
 
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