England Hotels

  • Abbey Hotel
    Situated in a classic Georgian building dating back to 1742, the recently renovated Abbey Hotel (4*), holds the perfect city center location on North Parade, a wide promenade that overlooks Parade Gardens and just catches a glimpse of Bath Abbey, with quick access to Bath’s older quarters, boutique shops and the spectacular Pulteney Bridge. Independently owned by awar ...d-winning hoteliers, this unique hotel boasts an intriguing blend of stylish, contemporary comfort with historic character and charm, perfect for your Bath discovery.Show More
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  • Hilton Bath City
    Hilton Bath City (4*) is set amid the fine Georgian architecture of central Bath, offering breathtaking views of the River Avon, and located just minutes from the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent and the Jane Austen Center. All guest rooms and suites are designed with comfort and convenience in mind, and come standard with air conditioning, LCD flat screen television, ...and optional wifi access. Enjoy a-la-carte French cuisine at the on-site Atelier Restaurant, or relax with a cocktail in the sophisticated Lobby Bar. Recognized under TripAdvisor’s Green Leader program, Hilton Bath City is making steps toward a lower environmental impact, for a cleaner tomorrow.Show More
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  • Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel
    The Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel is unquestionably one of the finest luxury hotels in Bath. Recently credited as being one of the Leading Hotels of the World, the Bath Spa Hotel offers first-class accommodation, stylish meeting and function rooms, private landscaped gardens and a recently upgraded luxury spa. Located right in the heart of historic Bath, near Holbourne Mus ...eum of Art, Roman Baths, and Palladian Pulteney Bridge, the hotel is conveniently just 1 mile from the main train station. Take time for yourself with a restorative spa treatment and relax in the tropical heat of the outdoor hydropool before dining in the award-winning restaurant. Then enjoy an evening stroll into Bath city center or retire to your Imperial Suite with private butler service.Show More
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  • The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa
    The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa (5*) is located in the center of arguably the world's finest crescent; Bath’s Royal Crescent, designed by renowned 18th century architect John Wood, the Younger. With 250 years of glorious history behind its Georgian exterior, the 45-room Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa offers a haven of elegance and tranquility, just minutes from the histori ...c center of Bath. Why not curl up by a crackling fire and lose yourself in a novel you’ve always been meaning to read, enjoy the sun’s warming touch and relax in the serenity of the glorious gardens for Afternoon Tea, or nurture both body and soul and plunge into tranquillity with a visit to The Spa. From the Executive Head Chef to the knowledgeable Sommelier and highly experienced concierge, this remarkable, professional and dedicated group of people will be sure to make your experience at Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, spectacular.Show More
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  • Jury's Inn Brighton
    The Jurys Inn Hotel is nestled conveniently in the New England Quarter of beautiful Brighton, a city steeped both in history, and fresh sea air. Spacious guestrooms at the Jurys Inn Hotel include large, comfortable beds with crisp white linens, flat screen TV’s complete with Freeview, and free WiFi in every room. Being one of the most conveniently located hotels in Br ...ighton, you'll be situated just beside the central railway station and an easy ten minute walk from the Theatre Royal and Brighton Dome. Plus, with the seaside so close, the hotel is in perfect position for visitors looking to experience everything Brighton has to offer.Show More
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  • Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront
    Jurys Inn Brighton Waterfront hotel is situated minutes from Brighton Pier, and offers sweeping scenic views over Brighton beach and beyond. Found just a short fifteen minute walk from Brighton Station, the hotel provides easy access to a myriad of Brighton attractions from the Brighton Center to the Royal Pavilion. Guestrooms are stylish and comfortable, and include ...modern amenities to ensure a pleasant stay. Dine at the hotel's elegant and cozy restaurant situated on the promenade, serving up a range of modern British and European dishes. Visit the atrium bar which features an exceptional high glass ceiling, where you can enjoy a wide selection of drinks and light snacks. Enjoy the hotel's lovely indoor swimming pool, and unwind in the sauna and steam room, and keep up your fitness regime in the fully equipped gym.Show More
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  • The Old Ship Hotel
    The Old Ship Hotel is a Georgian, 4 star property which has an enviable seafront location, within easy reach of many Brighton attractions and venues. The hotel has 154 bedrooms, all ensuite spread over 5 floors and premium rooms have sea views. Upon entry to the hotel, you are met with contemporary public areas, including Bar and alfresco seating area. Having hosted g ...uests such as Charles II & Paganini, this historic seaside hotel is located a stone’s throw from Brighton’s main attractions. For a world famous pier, glorious beaches and a great promenade, you've definitely come to the right spot. The Old Ship Hotel is the most historic hotel in Brighton to stay, and in a fabulous location for getting to all the local attractions, like the Royal Pavilion and its distinctive Indian architecture. The designer boutiques and shops in the Lanes area are also great for picking up presents. Show More
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  • The Bristol
    The Bristol Hotel sits perfectly on the waterfront of Bristol’s vibrant harbour quarter, at the heart of a thriving restaurant and nightlife scene, while a myriad of designer stores, theatres and art galleries lie within an easy walking distance. A warm welcome and a good night's sleep await in each guest room at the Bristol Hotel. Behind every door there’s a beautifu ...lly comfortable bed, the softest linens, cozy duvets and designer touches throughout. Food at The Bristol Hotel is distinctly vibrant and delicious – every ingredient is sourced from a network of the finest West Country producers in both the exciting daily specials and the seasonally changing menu.Show More
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  • Thornbury Castle
    The Thornbury Castle is an extraordinary Tudor castle on the edge of the Cotswolds near Bristol, which combines 500-year-old architecture with sumptuous facilities. This unique hotel offers a wide range of rooms, including single, classic, deluxe, and suite options; each with its own en-suite bathroom. Offering the perfect luxurious retreat, this hotel features beauti ...ful gardens, spa, an exclusive restaurant, and lavish sitting rooms.Show More
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  • The Lygon Arms

    Lygon Arms (4*)

    Lygon Arms hotel (4*) is a luxury country retreat situated in ‘the prettiest village in England’. One of the most famous hotels in the Cotswolds, the Lygon Arms hotel in Broadway has been welcoming travellers to the Cotswolds since the 16th century. Some of the guestrooms are located in the historical main house, and the others are in the beautiful Garden and Orchard ...Wings. The main house was lovingly restored whilst retaining many of the hotel’s original features including the timber and flagstone floors, wood panelling, architraves, dado rails and stone mullions. Guests can dine in the hotel’s 2 AA Rosette restaurant the Great Hall, or Goblet's Brasserie. Be pampered in the hotel’s Beauty Rooms and Spa which offer a wide range of spa and beauty treatments, and are the perfect place to relax and unwind. Show More
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