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Summer is here and with it comes numerous exciting hotel openings and transformative accommodation refurbishments across Britain. From 16th-century hotels to brand new developments by superstar footballers, there’s something to suit every taste on a trip to Britain.
Situated in the heart of Manchester, brand new design hotel Dakota offers sleek, sophisticated luxury. The elegantly-decorated guestrooms range from a classic double room to a two-bedroom grand deluxe suite. With a neutral palette of warm creams, greys and taupe, the rooms also include luxury facilities such as rainfall en-suite showers and full Sky Sports and Sky Movie packages, making this understated hotel a welcome addition to Manchester’s quality accommodation offer.
The Queen’s Head, The Lake District
The newly refurbished 17th-century pub The Queen’s Head is a family-friendly accommodation nestled in the beautiful Cumbrian countryside. Now a part of the Askham Collection the hotel welcomed its first guests in mid-April and offers family-sized rooms and dog-friendly accommodation ranging in price from £130-190 per night (based on two people sharing with breakfast).
Hotel Indigo, Statford-upon-Avon
The quirky 92-room Hotel Indigo boasts a 16th-century, Grade I-listed façade. Originally a public house, the rooms are inspired by the area’s rich cultural and historical roots. Perfect for visitors looking to experience Shakespeare country, double rooms start from £149 per night including breakfast.
The Newt, Somerset
Opening its Georgian doors on 29 August 2019, The Newt is a brand new luxury hotel and spa in Somerset. Set in Hadspen House, this 17th-century building was remodeled in the Georgian era, giving the house and gardens a suitably regal atmosphere which beautifully offsets the contemporary décor. With gardens ranging from parkland and woods to orchards, a state-of-the-art Cyder Cellar and a luxury spa, plus afternoon tea made using produce from their garden, The Newt offers a unique place to stay that’s bursting with local character.
MAMA Shelter, London
The stylish hotel chain MAMA Shelter will soon be coming to London, with a new 193-room hotel in the trendy Shoreditch area. Due to open in September this year, MAMA Shelter boasts a fun design ethos with an emphasis on socializing and has been described as halfway between a cosy family home and a sexy nightclub. Aimed at a millennial market, there will be ping-pong and a modern dining space for both guests and the general public to enjoy.
The Stock Exchange, Manchester
Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and Winston Zahra are set to open their new hotel, The Stock Exchange, in Manchester in November. This sleekly designed hotel is housed in what was once the Northern Stock Exchange, a Grade II-listed building dating back to 1906. It will offer understated luxury throughout their guestrooms and signature suites, one of the most impressive of which was formerly the boardroom of the building.
Formby Hall Gold Resort & Spa, Southport
The newly refurbished Formby Hall Gold Resort & Spa is now offering a spa experience using Made For Life Organics products plus a new range of treatments. This luxurious 76-bedroom hotel and golf resort sits in the north-west of England, close to the buzzing cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Rooms are available from £149 per night, based on two sharing on a bed and breakfast basis.
White Horse Inn, South Downs National Park
Having undergone a complete refurbishment under new ownership, the Grade II-listed 18th-century White Horse Inn is ready to welcome guests. Nestled in the tranquil South Downs National Park and sleeping up to 16 guests, the Inn is a charming base from which to explore the surrounding area. The accommodation is spilt into five rooms in the main house, one refurbished cottage and one brand-new luxury lodge in rear garden, giving guests a fantastic range of places to stay. Overnight accommodation for two adults with a hearty breakfast starts from £130 per room per night.
JW Marriott Grosvenor House, London
The historic JW Marriott Grosvenor House on London’s Park Lane has unveiled a ‘multi-million dollar’ renovation. The ground floor has been thoughtfully re-imagined in order to complement the views over Hyde Park, while the design of the hall and guestrooms has also drawn influence from the park itself, with a flowing foliage theme and seasonal colour palette throughout.
One Aldwych, London
Iconic luxury hotel One Aldwych in London’s Covent Garden has recently reopened its doors, welcoming guests to an entirely new look. The extravagantly spacious lobby has been transformed into a cocktail bar and lounge, with ceiling-height windows that highlight views over The Strand. Originally designed by Mewès & Davies, the architects also responsible for the Ritz hotels in Paris and London, the hotel now also offers an exclusive guest-only lounge, cinema and impressive health club.
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