Hotels in England

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Dolce & Gabbana often uses the 18th-century town house turned design studio as a set for photo shoots. Above the public salons and a postage-stamp... Read More

The staff outnumbers guests two to one at this small boutique hotel, located behind Buckingham Palace. Resembling an old-fashioned British club, the... Read More

A contemporary art-focused luxury hotel on London's fashionable Park Lane in Mayfair. The interiors are reminiscent of the Art Deco period, realized by... Read More

Among the last remaining examples of Birmingham's "back-to-back" workingman's houses built in the 18th and 19th centuries. Read More

Located minutes from Buckingham Palace and just south of St. James Park, 51 Buckingham Gate has 86 luxury suites ranging from one to nine bedrooms, each... Read More

A 12th-century walled castle on 12 acres. Rooms have four-poster beds, arched windows, and antique furnishings. Read More

With its 19th century red brick Victorian exterior, this financial district hotel was one of the original London railway hotels. Today the historic 1884... Read More

Located near Tower Bridge, the business district, and within walking distance of two underground stations—Tower Hill and Aldgate—the Apex... Read More

For families and business travelers alike, the Arosfa Hotel in Bloomsbury is the perfect spot for those on a budget. This cozy, family-run B&B... Read More

Housed in a former gentleman’s club, the Astor Court Hotel offers its guests modern comfort and homey décor for an excellent price. Base yourself in one... Read More

Across from Buckingham Palace, this family-owned establishment has a total of 164 accommodations, including standard rooms and townhouse apartments. The... Read More

Too often, bed-and-breakfast implies dingy paint and graying curtains. Enter Penny Brown, Colette Huck, and Lynne Reid, the owners of the 17-room B&... Read More

One could hardly get further from the chrome-and- wengewood minimalism of many contemporary hotels than the Lygon Arms (pronounced liggin). Furlong... Read More

The 17th-century Barnsley House was recently the dwelling of Rosemary Verey, the late author and landscape architect (her clients included Elton John... Read More

At base2stay, a deceptively normal white stucco and wrought iron exterior belies a stylish interior representing one of the most innovative hotel... Read More

This hotel for style-conscious urbanites is a great alternative to pricier spots in the Cheltenham area. The rooms have whimsical accents such as Panton... Read More

Situated a stone’s throw from Regent’s Park in South Kensington, Blakes Hotel has attracted an A-List of celebrities since its 1981 opening.... Read More

This 19th-century stone cottage on the water's edge in scenic Cumbria has slate-and-oak interiors, with a single cozy bedroom, a lounge with a leather... Read More

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