Top UK Hotels 2019

Claridge’s, London, UK

An Instagrammer’s dream, Claridge’s is so charming in its quirky details that you might not need a filter: the red-brick facade, the black-and-white marbled floor of the lobby, sleek Art Deco interiors and, of course, the famous afternoon tea. The hotel is pure class; hardly surprising that it has seen many famous guests throughout its 206-year history, including kings and […]

Cliveden House, Berkshire, UK

Overlooking 375 acres of National Trust garden and the snaking River Thames, Cliveden House is as quintessentially British as it gets. The grand estate has a scandalous history: It was a love-nest for the Duke of Buckingham and Anna Maria in the 1660s and a party house for the Astors throughout the 1920s and ‘30s. It’s also where Meghan Markle, […]

Corinthia Hotel London, UK

Simply elegant from the outside, grand and gorgeous on the inside, Corinthia Hotel London is iconic. Enjoy on-site restaurants The Northall and Kerridge’s, afternoon tea at the Crystal Moon Lounge (check out the enormous Baccarat chandelier floating from the domed ceiling). There is also a lively Bassoon Bar, floral boutique and Daniel Galvin hair salon. The ESPA Life spa is […]

The Lanesborough, London, UK

Housed in a Regency-style mansion, The Lanesborough overlooks Hyde Park and is perfectly located if you’re in town for a shopping spree — Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Sloane Street are just around the corner. The decadent Baroque-style interiors by Alberto Pinto are complemented by the lavish floral arrangements created by the in-house florist. Be sure to visit the new Club […]

The Ritz London, UK

Housed in a Grade II-listed building dating back to 1906, The Ritz has a sterling reputation for elegance, and it certainly lives up to the hype. With Louis XVI-style design and antiques, it’s no surprise that many famous faces have visited, and indeed, many famous events have taken place here, from Tallulah Bankhead sipping champagne from her slipper during a […]

The Savoy, London, UK

One of the most well-known hotels, not just in London but the world over, The Savoy has been a favorite of kings and queens ever since it opened in 1889. Edwardian stylings mix with Art Deco; designer Pierre Yves Rochon used silk wall coverings, marble flooring and Murano glass chandeliers in his decor. No two suites are the same, and […]