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Sister site to the nearby Zetter Hotel, this inviting Georgian property houses 13 quaint bedrooms. Huge wooden-framed beds dominate the guestrooms, and... Read More

Built in Victorian times as a banking hall, the Threadneedles Hotel fits in with Financial District neighbors such as the Bank of England's headquarters... Read More

Singaporean hotelier Peng Loh made his European debut by transforming an Edwardian town hall into a fine-dining restaurant, 98 rooms and... Read More

On a bluff overlooking Cornwall's Mevagissey Bay, Trevalsa Court Hotel received a top-to-bottom makeover in 2010. The 14 spiffed-up rooms are stylish... Read More

Located at Berrington Hall, a Neoclassical mansion in England’s West Midlands owned by the National Trust, the so-called Triumphal Arch, a... Read More

Unveiled in February 2011, the 192-room W London, Leicester Square has a frosted-glass façade that changes color throughout the day. Read More

Waldorf Hilton’s West End theatre district location is close to Trafalgar Square, shopping at Covent Garden Market, and scores of events. Guest... Read More

Compton Castle, the family estate of Elizabethan explorer Sir Humphrey Gilbert, contains a stone cottage built into the castle's curtain wall. Read More

A restored one-bedroom cottage-next to the world's oldest surviving wireless station-offering dramatic panoramas of Housel Bay's craggy shoreline. Read More

Although Gordon Ramsay is best-known as a celebrity chef, he made his debut as an hotelier in 2008. York & Albany resides in a Nash-designed... Read More

Inspired by Japanese capsule hotels and first-class airplane cabins, Yotel provides the amenities of a high-end hotel (handmade organic mattresses, rain... Read More

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