Nouveautés hébergement – Septembre 2023

Mercredi 30 Août 2023
Couple walking in front of Leeds Castle

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With new skyscrapers housing five-star hotels on the horizon to exploring the Scottish landscape with a stay in a country estate, there are countless ways to experience Britain’s newest and hottest accommodation offerings. Find out about restorations, nature retreats and ones to watch in 2024.

Just opened


Port Lympne Reserve, Kent

Opened July 2023

A stay like no other, guests can now settle into a romantic night at Port Lympne Reserve’s unique accommodation offering, The Lookout Bubble. Discover nature at the animal reserve within a luxury secluded transparent dome, equipped with a king-sized bed, elegant free-standing bath, and decorated with natural tones and fabrics. There are breath-taking views on offer too, which allow guests to cast their eye across the sanctuary. A truck safari experience is included in the stay, alongside access to the on-site restaurants, use of a private golf buggy and VIP out-of-hours access to the whole reserve. The Lookout Bubble is an addition to Port Lympne’s current offering of lodges, treehouses, The Treetop Bubble, and the upcoming Giraffe Hall.


Coming soon…


Leeds Castle, Kent

Opening autumn - winter 2023

As part of an exciting fresh lakeside offering, Leeds Castle is getting set to welcome guests to four new luxury lodges towards the end of 2023. Overlooking the grounds across the Great Water, a lake with views of the castle, each lodge will be equipped with modern amenities to add comfort to the stay. Guests will have access to Leeds Castle estate, which spans more than 500 acres and boasts seasonal gardens, parklands, activities, and attractions for all ages. The lodges will be an addition to the existing Knight’s glamping, castle rooms, holiday cottages, bed and breakfast and Battel Hall accommodation available at Leeds Castle.


Langdale Chase, Lake District

Reopening December 2023

Having welcomed visitors since 1937, Langdale Chase on the shores of Lake Windermere will reopen its doors to guests after a thoughtful restoration this winter. Conceptually reimagined, the renovation will see 30 rooms redesigned to pay homage to British country house living, with patterned fabrics, traditional textures, and colours to represent the surrounding water and mountains. In addition to the rooms, guests will be able to enjoy lounges that lead to the garden terraces and a new cocktail bar. The main house will have 21 rooms, while eight rooms in the Lakehouse and a private Boathouse suite offer a hideaway escape. The restaurant, headed up by chef Michael Cole, has two AA Rosette-awards and will continue to serve up dishes inspired by the region.


Ones to watch for 2024…


Radisson Blu Sheffield

Opening early 2024

With style and elegance at its core, Radisson Blu is set to open a new offering in Sheffield in 2024. Taking centre stage in a Victorian building on Pinstone Street, the plans include 154 bedrooms, a sleek rooftop bar, restaurant, gym, and stunning citywide and Peace Garden views. Aligning with the established Radisson Blu brand, guests can expect sophisticated rooms with neutral tones, each equipped with high quality bedding for a comfortable stay. The development of Radisson Blu Sheffield is part of the Heart of the City II development plans, which will bring commercial, leisure, retail, and residential offerings to the area.


Hotel Gotham, Newcastle

Opening 2024

Joining the ranks of its sister hotel in Manchester, Hotel Gotham is planning to open a new hotel in Newcastle in 2024. A disused fire station in the city centre will be transformed into a five-star hotel, featuring 60 bedrooms in total. Plans for the hotel are part of a wider development in the Pilgrim’s Quarter of the city, which also includes a restaurant and bar for the hotel.


The Gainford Tower, Newcastle

Opening 2024

Set to be the tallest building in Newcastle, the Gainford Group have announced plans to develop a five-star hotel within a multi-use skyscraper. The 37-storey building will also see the creation of residential apartments, a fitness and health club, bars, and restaurants.


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Florence Valette

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