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With a distinctive theme – inspired by historic trading guilds – and a swanky speakeasy bar, Vintry & Mercer injects pizzazz into the City’s buttoned-up hotel scene. Such a unique theme would have been enough to capture your imagination, but the hotel also mixes in trendy, Pinterest-friendly elements, from a swirling copper and marble staircase beneath a cloud-like lighting fixture, to the menagerie of potted plants in the lobby. Mercer Hotel, White Mosaic Tiles, Architectural Lighting Design, Copper And Marble, Room London, Rooftop Restaurant, Luxury Rooms, Soho House, Ampersand Hotel

Vintry & Mercer | London

With a distinctive theme – inspired by historic trading guilds – and a swanky speakeasy bar, Vintry & Mercer injects pizzazz into the City’s buttoned-up hotel scene. Such a unique theme would have been enough to capture your imagination, but the hotel also mixes in trendy, Pinterest-friendly elements, from a swirling copper and marble staircase beneath a cloud-like lighting fixture, to the menagerie of potted plants in the lobby.

What was formerly The Arch hotel has been totally overhauled by high-end Japanese brand Prince Hotels for its first foray into Europe. While you might not quite believe you've been transported to Tokyo – the bones of the hotel are a Georgian townhouse – the £3million makeover has reimagined the hotel as a Japanese-inspired minimalist sanctuary, and it certainly offers something a little different for the London hotel scene. Common Room, Common Area, Timber Furniture, Furniture Design, Luxury Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Arch Hotel, Wall Partition Design, Hotel Interiors

The Prince Akotoki | London

What was formerly The Arch hotel has been totally overhauled by high-end Japanese brand Prince Hotels for its first foray into Europe. While you might not quite believe you've been transported to Tokyo – the bones of the hotel are a Georgian townhouse – the £3million makeover has reimagined the hotel as a Japanese-inspired minimalist sanctuary, and it certainly offers something a little different for the London hotel scene.

Deeply rooted in its surrounding area, The Lost Poet comes from the team at Cubic Studios – a local property design studio, born and bred in Notting Hill. The townhouse is a poetic love letter to the area, celebrating its creativity and dynamism through four individually designed bedrooms. Guests will find modern art, bold wallpapers and bespoke furniture sitting in juxtaposition with antique trinkets and reclaimed wood panelling created from old school science labs. Wood Paneling, Panelling, Bold Wallpaper, Property Design, Bespoke Furniture, Townhouse, Old School, Science Labs, Notting Hill

The Lost Poet | London

Deeply rooted in its surrounding area, The Lost Poet comes from the team at Cubic Studios – a local property design studio, born and bred in Notting Hill. The townhouse is a poetic love letter to the area, celebrating its creativity and dynamism through four individually designed bedrooms. Guests will find modern art, bold wallpapers and bespoke furniture sitting in juxtaposition with antique trinkets and reclaimed wood panelling created from old school science labs.

The Half Moon Street address pays tribute to the frilly artistic folk of the 19th century. There’s a playful dose of Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-Oscar-Wilde, with nods to the flamboyance of characters from The Importance of Being Earnest, and quirky colored graphic art playing with motifs from down the rabbit hole. It could all add up to something distinctly gimmicky but a sense of restraint and a Claridges-esque appreciation for Art Deco has resulted in rooms that are moody, masculine and… Georgian Townhouse, Art Deco Bar, The Dorchester, Independent House, Victorian London, London Theatre, New Chic, Luxury Spa, Lounge

The Mayfair Townhouse | London

The Half Moon Street address pays tribute to the frilly artistic folk of the 19th century. There’s a playful dose of Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-Oscar-Wilde, with nods to the flamboyance of characters from The Importance of Being Earnest, and quirky colored graphic art playing with motifs from down the rabbit hole. It could all add up to something distinctly gimmicky but a sense of restraint and a Claridges-esque appreciation for Art Deco has resulted in rooms that are moody, masculine and…

Billing itself as London’s first mindful hotel, the 88-room property unfolds over six Georgian townhouses stitched together by Holland Harvey Architects, in a leafy patch of Paddington, to include facilities like a Meditation Pod, Yoga Atrium, a gym with a Peloton indoor cycling bike, and a Clearlight Infrared Sauna. Find A Room, Georgian Townhouse, Library Shelves, Cozy Apartment, Soothing Colors, England, Space Architecture, Eco Friendly House, Room Interior Design

Inhabit | London

Billing itself as London’s first mindful hotel, the 88-room property unfolds over six Georgian townhouses stitched together by Holland Harvey Architects, in a leafy patch of Paddington, to include facilities like a Meditation Pod, Yoga Atrium, a gym with a Peloton indoor cycling bike, and a Clearlight Infrared Sauna.

Named for the section of a song where new, contrasting material is traditionally introduced, Middle Eight aims to do something similar for Covent Garden: adding something vibrant and memorable to the neighborhood that’s nevertheless recognizably a part of its surroundings. The immediate setting, Great Queen Street, lies just beyond the end of Long Acre, Covent Garden’s main drag, and places the hotel within walking distance of no end of shops, restaurants, bars, and theatres. Executive Decision, New Tablets, Luxury Escapes, South Tyrol, Mount Vernon, Top Hotels, Covent Garden, Hotel Reviews, The Neighbourhood

Middle Eight | London

Named for the section of a song where new, contrasting material is traditionally introduced, Middle Eight aims to do something similar for Covent Garden: adding something vibrant and memorable to the neighborhood that’s nevertheless recognizably a part of its surroundings. The immediate setting, Great Queen Street, lies just beyond the end of Long Acre, Covent Garden’s main drag, and places the hotel within walking distance of no end of shops, restaurants, bars, and theatres.

Cornwall

Originally built in 1899 as a boarding house for Revenue & Customs to house their officers, it was later sold on as a bed and breakfast and has been run as such ever since. Owner Freyja Ducker has masterfully renovated it into the boutique townhouse it is today, styling the house using her own vision where simplicity of style meets modern comfort. Boarding House, Bed And Breakfast, Hanging Chair, Townhouse, Building, Modern, Furniture, England, Boutique

The Sandy Duck | Falmouth, England

Originally built in 1899 as a boarding house for Revenue & Customs to house their officers, it was later sold on as a bed and breakfast and has been run as such ever since. Owner Freyja Ducker has masterfully renovated it into the boutique townhouse it is today, styling the house using her own vision where simplicity of style meets modern comfort.

Hotelier and designer Olga Polizzi spent two years re-designing the hotel, which opened in the summer of 1998. Tresanton still stands as a reflection of her personal style. Olga’s vision combines antiques, art, sculpture and colour pops of fabrics to evoke a stylish, relaxed and welcoming coastal retreat, with an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furnishings, as well as artwork and sculpture from Cornish artists including Barbara Hepworth. West Cornwall, Classic Yachts, Unique Hotels, Rock Pools, Still Standing, Fishing Villages, School Holidays, Mediterranean Style, Beach Club

Hotel Tresanton | St. Mawes, England

Hotelier and designer Olga Polizzi spent two years re-designing the hotel, which opened in the summer of 1998. Tresanton still stands as a reflection of her personal style. Olga’s vision combines antiques, art, sculpture and colour pops of fabrics to evoke a stylish, relaxed and welcoming coastal retreat, with an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furnishings, as well as artwork and sculpture from Cornish artists including Barbara Hepworth.

The Cornish Pig is the latest to impress in this small chain of seven unstuffy country house hotels. Set among fields of wildflowers above Harlyn Bay, with views of the Camel Estuary, the house combines histrionic interiors with countrified class – in the most effortless, but effective, down-to-earth and homely way. Top Hotels, Best Hotels, The Pig Hotel, Garden Wagon, Edward Hall, Madrid Hotels, North Cornwall, Cornwall England, Sands Hotel

The Pig at Harlyn Bay | Padstow, England

The Cornish Pig is the latest to impress in this small chain of seven unstuffy country house hotels. Set among fields of wildflowers above Harlyn Bay, with views of the Camel Estuary, the house combines histrionic interiors with countrified class – in the most effortless, but effective, down-to-earth and homely way.

A traditional bucket-and-spade holiday hotel since the 1970s, Watergate Bay now, run by the next generation of the same family, does its job of appealing to all ages with great style and its Extreme Academy for watersports makes the most of its location on one of Cornwall’s best surfing beaches. Interiors are cleverly designed to draw on the landscape and views. Bucket And Spade, Holiday Hotel, House Extensions, Outdoor Furniture Sets, Outdoor Decor, Our World, Cornwall, Sun Lounger, Surfing

Watergate Bay Hotel

A traditional bucket-and-spade holiday hotel since the 1970s, Watergate Bay now, run by the next generation of the same family, does its job of appealing to all ages with great style and its Extreme Academy for watersports makes the most of its location on one of Cornwall’s best surfing beaches. Interiors are cleverly designed to draw on the landscape and views.

Enveloped in rusting and comfortable atmosphere, filled with seaside charm, Artist Residence Cornwall is a stylish and relaxed hotel in Penzance, Cornwall. Their cosy lounge bar has great Cornish ales and cocktails inspired by local spirits - make sure to Cornwall Hotels, Cornwall Cottages, West Cornwall, Best Boutique Hotels, A Boutique, Home Office, Reclaimed Wood Paneling, Cosy Lounge, Bar Lounge

Artist Residence Cornwall | Penzance, England

Charismatic staff and funky décor in an exhilaratingly unpretentious hotel, whose quirkiness perfectly reflects that of eccentric and arty Penzance. Its bar-lounge, with wood-burner, log-piles, super-comfy retro sofas, and salvaged tables is a hub of town life, attracting people of all ages. With some rooms designed by artists, and others looking like an upscale rum shack, the style is resolutely eccentric.

A chic boutique hotel in Penzance, England, serves as the perfect home base for exploring Cornwall Best Hotels In Cornwall, Georgian Homes, Georgian Townhouse, Weekend Breaks, Coastal Cottage, Reception Rooms, Wedding Reception, Drawing Room, House Drawing

Chapel House PZ | Penzance, England

A collaboration between owner Susan Stuart and architect Keith Bell, saw a two-and-a-half-year renovation project transform an 18th-century Georgian townhouse into a stylish boutique guest house. With its classic, light-filled Georgian proportions, simple lines and symmetry, period furnishings fuse with mid-century modern, creating a clean aesthetic to a backdrop of blues and grey hues. It's a serene retreat that is comfortable and welcoming.

Expect harbour views and culinary thrills at this beautifully renovated Victorian townhouse-turned-hotel. Previously a Seamen's Mission, it retains much of its original character, offering a backdrop to relax over champagne, seafood and striking river vistas, in one of Cornwall's liveliest harbour towns. Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall Hotels, Victorian Townhouse, Harbor Town, Seaside Wedding, Best Wedding Venues, Fantasy Wedding, A Boutique, Backdrops

The Old Quay House Hotel | Fowey, England

Expect harbour views and culinary thrills at this beautifully renovated Victorian townhouse-turned-hotel. Previously a Seamen's Mission, it retains much of its original character, offering a backdrop to relax over champagne, seafood and striking river vistas, in one of Cornwall's liveliest harbour towns.

Not too far from London

Designed to reflect Brighton’s iconic ocean-front location and the city’s creative spirit, interior designer Tola Ojuolape collaborated closely with Selina’s workshop team, using materials that represent and embrace the community, and each of the rooms has been given a quirky and whimsical twist. Brighton England, Tola, Whimsical, Workshop, Street View, Spirit, Ocean, Rooms, Community

Selina Brighton | England

Designed to reflect Brighton’s iconic ocean-front location and the city’s creative spirit, interior designer Tola Ojuolape collaborated closely with Selina’s workshop team, using materials that represent and embrace the community, and each of the rooms has been given a quirky and whimsical twist.

Groovy yet grown up, Artist Residence is easily one of Brighton's most stylish boutique hotels. With the feel of a cosy boho club, its look mixes retro furnishings with densely pigmented colours and hip artwork. Come here for clever cocktails, on-trend tasting menus and dreamy bedside sea views. Brighton Hotels, Brighton England, Tasting Menu, Cosy, Facade, United Kingdom, Entryway, Boutique Hotels, Colours

Artist Residence Brighton | England

Groovy yet grown up, Artist Residence is easily one of Brighton's most stylish boutique hotels. With the feel of a cosy boho club, its look mixes retro furnishings with densely pigmented colours and hip artwork. Come here for clever cocktails, on-trend tasting menus and dreamy bedside sea views.

Bristol & Somerset

This double-fronted Georgian merchants house is more guest house than hotel (you are asked to ring on the doorbell on arrival). The look is a combo of original features and wall-to-wall Farrow & Ball, with a nod to Bristol’s seafaring history (trunks, chests, bulk-head lamps and the odd maritime painting). An interesting collection of old and new furniture includes gilded mirrors, wing-back chairs, old pictures, splashy modern art and a David Hockney piece in the downstairs loo. Bristol Harbour Hotel, Harbor Hotel, Best Boutique Hotels, Best Hotels, Clifton Bristol, Clifton Village, Georgian Buildings, The Style Council, Spa Breaks

Number 38 Clifton | Bristol, England

This double-fronted Georgian merchants house is more guest house than hotel (you are asked to ring on the doorbell on arrival). The look is a combo of original features and wall-to-wall Farrow & Ball, with a nod to Bristol’s seafaring history (trunks, chests, bulk-head lamps and the odd maritime painting). An interesting collection of old and new furniture includes gilded mirrors, wing-back chairs, old pictures, splashy modern art and a David Hockney piece in the downstairs loo.

Cheltenham & The Cotswolds

Rooms of the Fish Hotel are dotted across a wide area, some near a small lake, others variously up a steep hill commanding majestic views over Broadway and across the Vale of Evesham. Key to the operation is The Lodge, a modern chalet-style building which is the dining, bar, lounge and general activity hub. It’s a relaxing, welcoming space, with Scandi-cool furnishings, clean lines, clever lighting and big windows. Chalet Style, Small Lake, Weekend Breaks, Big Windows, Porch Swing, Outdoor Furniture, Outdoor Decor, Relax, England

The Fish Hotel | Broadway, England

Rooms of the Fish Hotel are dotted across a wide area, some near a small lake, others variously up a steep hill commanding majestic views over Broadway and across the Vale of Evesham. Key to the operation is The Lodge, a modern chalet-style building which is the dining, bar, lounge and general activity hub. It’s a relaxing, welcoming space, with Scandi-cool furnishings, clean lines, clever lighting and big windows.

Historic, honey-hued Oxfordshire hideaway the Double Red Duke is a rare breed. Owners Sam and Georgie Pearman have nurtured many a fine stay with their Lucky Onion and Country Creatures hotel brands, and for this latest they seem to have taken a cue from the Arts and Crafts movement, creating colourful, characterful interiors using wallpapers, bathroom fittings, textiles and paints from heritage craftsmen across the country. Hotel Branding, Arts And Crafts Movement, Big Ben, Craftsman, England, Mansions, House Styles, Duke, Building

The Double Red Duke | Clanfield, England

Historic, honey-hued Oxfordshire hideaway the Double Red Duke is a rare breed. Owners Sam and Georgie Pearman have nurtured many a fine stay with their Lucky Onion and Country Creatures hotel brands, and for this latest they seem to have taken a cue from the Arts and Crafts movement, creating colourful, characterful interiors using wallpapers, bathroom fittings, textiles and paints from heritage craftsmen across the country.

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The Painswick | Painswick, England

Well located in one of the Cotswolds’ most appealing little towns, The Painswick is a boutique hotel in a handsome, 18th-century property with Arts & Crafts additions. It has 16 stylish bedrooms, an arty vibe in its generous lounges and, best of all, a treat of a restaurant. Decked in a medley of greys, blues and greens and with striking prints and graphic artworks on the walls, The Painswick exudes chic comfort.

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Originally built in 1899 as a boarding house for Revenue & Customs to house their officers, it was later sold on as a bed and breakfast and has been run as such ever since. Owner Freyja Ducker has masterfully renovated it into the boutique townhouse it is today, styling the house using her own vision where simplicity of style meets modern comfort. Boarding House, Bed And Breakfast, Hanging Chair, Townhouse, Building, Modern, Furniture, England, Boutique

The Sandy Duck | Falmouth, England

Originally built in 1899 as a boarding house for Revenue & Customs to house their officers, it was later sold on as a bed and breakfast and has been run as such ever since. Owner Freyja Ducker has masterfully renovated it into the boutique townhouse it is today, styling the house using her own vision where simplicity of style meets modern comfort.

Rooms of the Fish Hotel are dotted across a wide area, some near a small lake, others variously up a steep hill commanding majestic views over Broadway and across the Vale of Evesham. Key to the operation is The Lodge, a modern chalet-style building which is the dining, bar, lounge and general activity hub. It’s a relaxing, welcoming space, with Scandi-cool furnishings, clean lines, clever lighting and big windows. Chalet Style, Small Lake, Weekend Breaks, Big Windows, Porch Swing, Outdoor Furniture, Outdoor Decor, Relax, England

The Fish Hotel | Broadway, England

Rooms of the Fish Hotel are dotted across a wide area, some near a small lake, others variously up a steep hill commanding majestic views over Broadway and across the Vale of Evesham. Key to the operation is The Lodge, a modern chalet-style building which is the dining, bar, lounge and general activity hub. It’s a relaxing, welcoming space, with Scandi-cool furnishings, clean lines, clever lighting and big windows.

With a distinctive theme – inspired by historic trading guilds – and a swanky speakeasy bar, Vintry & Mercer injects pizzazz into the City’s buttoned-up hotel scene. Such a unique theme would have been enough to capture your imagination, but the hotel also mixes in trendy, Pinterest-friendly elements, from a swirling copper and marble staircase beneath a cloud-like lighting fixture, to the menagerie of potted plants in the lobby. Mercer Hotel, White Mosaic Tiles, Architectural Lighting Design, Copper And Marble, Room London, Rooftop Restaurant, Luxury Rooms, Soho House, Ampersand Hotel

Vintry & Mercer | London

With a distinctive theme – inspired by historic trading guilds – and a swanky speakeasy bar, Vintry & Mercer injects pizzazz into the City’s buttoned-up hotel scene. Such a unique theme would have been enough to capture your imagination, but the hotel also mixes in trendy, Pinterest-friendly elements, from a swirling copper and marble staircase beneath a cloud-like lighting fixture, to the menagerie of potted plants in the lobby.

What was formerly The Arch hotel has been totally overhauled by high-end Japanese brand Prince Hotels for its first foray into Europe. While you might not quite believe you've been transported to Tokyo – the bones of the hotel are a Georgian townhouse – the £3million makeover has reimagined the hotel as a Japanese-inspired minimalist sanctuary, and it certainly offers something a little different for the London hotel scene. Common Room, Common Area, Timber Furniture, Furniture Design, Luxury Interior Design, Interior Architecture, Arch Hotel, Wall Partition Design, Hotel Interiors

The Prince Akotoki | London

What was formerly The Arch hotel has been totally overhauled by high-end Japanese brand Prince Hotels for its first foray into Europe. While you might not quite believe you've been transported to Tokyo – the bones of the hotel are a Georgian townhouse – the £3million makeover has reimagined the hotel as a Japanese-inspired minimalist sanctuary, and it certainly offers something a little different for the London hotel scene.

Historic, honey-hued Oxfordshire hideaway the Double Red Duke is a rare breed. Owners Sam and Georgie Pearman have nurtured many a fine stay with their Lucky Onion and Country Creatures hotel brands, and for this latest they seem to have taken a cue from the Arts and Crafts movement, creating colourful, characterful interiors using wallpapers, bathroom fittings, textiles and paints from heritage craftsmen across the country. Hotel Branding, Arts And Crafts Movement, Big Ben, Craftsman, England, Mansions, House Styles, Duke, Building

The Double Red Duke | Clanfield, England

Historic, honey-hued Oxfordshire hideaway the Double Red Duke is a rare breed. Owners Sam and Georgie Pearman have nurtured many a fine stay with their Lucky Onion and Country Creatures hotel brands, and for this latest they seem to have taken a cue from the Arts and Crafts movement, creating colourful, characterful interiors using wallpapers, bathroom fittings, textiles and paints from heritage craftsmen across the country.

Deeply rooted in its surrounding area, The Lost Poet comes from the team at Cubic Studios – a local property design studio, born and bred in Notting Hill. The townhouse is a poetic love letter to the area, celebrating its creativity and dynamism through four individually designed bedrooms. Guests will find modern art, bold wallpapers and bespoke furniture sitting in juxtaposition with antique trinkets and reclaimed wood panelling created from old school science labs. Wood Paneling, Panelling, Bold Wallpaper, Property Design, Bespoke Furniture, Townhouse, Old School, Science Labs, Notting Hill

The Lost Poet | London

Deeply rooted in its surrounding area, The Lost Poet comes from the team at Cubic Studios – a local property design studio, born and bred in Notting Hill. The townhouse is a poetic love letter to the area, celebrating its creativity and dynamism through four individually designed bedrooms. Guests will find modern art, bold wallpapers and bespoke furniture sitting in juxtaposition with antique trinkets and reclaimed wood panelling created from old school science labs.

Hotelier and designer Olga Polizzi spent two years re-designing the hotel, which opened in the summer of 1998. Tresanton still stands as a reflection of her personal style. Olga’s vision combines antiques, art, sculpture and colour pops of fabrics to evoke a stylish, relaxed and welcoming coastal retreat, with an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furnishings, as well as artwork and sculpture from Cornish artists including Barbara Hepworth. West Cornwall, Classic Yachts, Unique Hotels, Rock Pools, Still Standing, Fishing Villages, School Holidays, Mediterranean Style, Beach Club

Hotel Tresanton | St. Mawes, England

Hotelier and designer Olga Polizzi spent two years re-designing the hotel, which opened in the summer of 1998. Tresanton still stands as a reflection of her personal style. Olga’s vision combines antiques, art, sculpture and colour pops of fabrics to evoke a stylish, relaxed and welcoming coastal retreat, with an eclectic mix of antique and contemporary furnishings, as well as artwork and sculpture from Cornish artists including Barbara Hepworth.

The Cornish Pig is the latest to impress in this small chain of seven unstuffy country house hotels. Set among fields of wildflowers above Harlyn Bay, with views of the Camel Estuary, the house combines histrionic interiors with countrified class – in the most effortless, but effective, down-to-earth and homely way. Top Hotels, Best Hotels, The Pig Hotel, Garden Wagon, Edward Hall, Madrid Hotels, North Cornwall, Cornwall England, Sands Hotel

The Pig at Harlyn Bay | Padstow, England

The Cornish Pig is the latest to impress in this small chain of seven unstuffy country house hotels. Set among fields of wildflowers above Harlyn Bay, with views of the Camel Estuary, the house combines histrionic interiors with countrified class – in the most effortless, but effective, down-to-earth and homely way.

The Half Moon Street address pays tribute to the frilly artistic folk of the 19th century. There’s a playful dose of Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-Oscar-Wilde, with nods to the flamboyance of characters from The Importance of Being Earnest, and quirky colored graphic art playing with motifs from down the rabbit hole. It could all add up to something distinctly gimmicky but a sense of restraint and a Claridges-esque appreciation for Art Deco has resulted in rooms that are moody, masculine and… Georgian Townhouse, Art Deco Bar, The Dorchester, Independent House, Victorian London, London Theatre, New Chic, Luxury Spa, Lounge

The Mayfair Townhouse | London

The Half Moon Street address pays tribute to the frilly artistic folk of the 19th century. There’s a playful dose of Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-Oscar-Wilde, with nods to the flamboyance of characters from The Importance of Being Earnest, and quirky colored graphic art playing with motifs from down the rabbit hole. It could all add up to something distinctly gimmicky but a sense of restraint and a Claridges-esque appreciation for Art Deco has resulted in rooms that are moody, masculine and…

Billing itself as London’s first mindful hotel, the 88-room property unfolds over six Georgian townhouses stitched together by Holland Harvey Architects, in a leafy patch of Paddington, to include facilities like a Meditation Pod, Yoga Atrium, a gym with a Peloton indoor cycling bike, and a Clearlight Infrared Sauna. Find A Room, Georgian Townhouse, Library Shelves, Cozy Apartment, Soothing Colors, England, Space Architecture, Eco Friendly House, Room Interior Design

Inhabit | London

Billing itself as London’s first mindful hotel, the 88-room property unfolds over six Georgian townhouses stitched together by Holland Harvey Architects, in a leafy patch of Paddington, to include facilities like a Meditation Pod, Yoga Atrium, a gym with a Peloton indoor cycling bike, and a Clearlight Infrared Sauna.

Named for the section of a song where new, contrasting material is traditionally introduced, Middle Eight aims to do something similar for Covent Garden: adding something vibrant and memorable to the neighborhood that’s nevertheless recognizably a part of its surroundings. The immediate setting, Great Queen Street, lies just beyond the end of Long Acre, Covent Garden’s main drag, and places the hotel within walking distance of no end of shops, restaurants, bars, and theatres. Executive Decision, New Tablets, Luxury Escapes, South Tyrol, Mount Vernon, Top Hotels, Covent Garden, Hotel Reviews, The Neighbourhood

Middle Eight | London

Named for the section of a song where new, contrasting material is traditionally introduced, Middle Eight aims to do something similar for Covent Garden: adding something vibrant and memorable to the neighborhood that’s nevertheless recognizably a part of its surroundings. The immediate setting, Great Queen Street, lies just beyond the end of Long Acre, Covent Garden’s main drag, and places the hotel within walking distance of no end of shops, restaurants, bars, and theatres.

England's oldest hotel, with parts going back to the 14th-century, has been completely updated and offers chique country inspired furnishings, a bar-restaurant and a garden. 14th Century, Restaurant Bar, Old Things, England, Inspired, Country, Garden, Inspiration, Biblical Inspiration

Old Bell Hotel | Malmesbury, England

England's oldest hotel, with parts going back to the 14th-century, has been completely updated and offers chique country inspired furnishings, a bar-restaurant and a garden.

Designed by Faulknerbrowns Architects, INNSiDE Newcastle takes architectural inspiration from iconic local landmarks such as the Tyne's bridges, whilst the hotel's interior showcase a light, minimal and versatile space, featuring modern and comfortable furnishings. The Open Living Lounge acts as the beating heart of the hotel, with the open plan lobby offering a transitional space to allow guests slip seamlessly from work to play. Newcastle England, Hotel Interiors, Open Plan, Bridges, Architects, Minimalism, Stairs, Lounge, Play

INNSiDE Newcastle | England

Designed by Faulknerbrowns Architects, INNSiDE Newcastle takes architectural inspiration from iconic local landmarks such as the Tyne's bridges, whilst the hotel's interior showcase a light, minimal and versatile space, featuring modern and comfortable furnishings. The Open Living Lounge acts as the beating heart of the hotel, with the open plan lobby offering a transitional space to allow guests slip seamlessly from work to play.

The sprawling red brick and stone building – with its domed tower, decorative columns and arched windows – bursts with Victorian civic pride. Set against polished tilework, marble staircases, stained-glass windows and parquet flooring are stripy chairs, Scandi-style tables, industrial lighting and framed architectural and engineering drawings. The original circular oak-panelled Council chamber has been turned into a Marco Pierre White restaurant. Marco Pierre White, White Restaurant, Durham England, Cosy Cafe, Marble Staircase, Hotel Indigo, Hotel Website, Arched Windows, Brick And Stone

Hotel Indigo Durham | England

The sprawling red brick and stone building – with its domed tower, decorative columns and arched windows – bursts with Victorian civic pride. Set against polished tilework, marble staircases, stained-glass windows and parquet flooring are stripy chairs, Scandi-style tables, industrial lighting and framed architectural and engineering drawings. The original circular oak-panelled Council chamber has been turned into a Marco Pierre White restaurant.

Hotel Du Vin is a luxury boutique hotel set in Exeter's former eye hospital. It boasts contemporary styled rooms, a spa with heated year-round outdoor pool and a restaurant. There is also a fitness centre, a bar and a library with over 750 books. Exeter England, Bristol City Centre, Exeter Cathedral, Outside Pool, Private Dining Room, Brick Building, Workout Rooms, Outdoor Pool, Swimming Pools

Hotel du Vin Exeter | England

Hotel Du Vin is a luxury boutique hotel set in Exeter's former eye hospital. It boasts contemporary styled rooms, a spa with heated year-round outdoor pool and a restaurant. There is also a fitness centre, a bar and a library with over 750 books.

Official site of Hotel Indigo Chester. A boutique hotel that features neighborhood charm, serves people & pets, and provides the Best Price Guarantee. Executive Room, Workspace Desk, Hotel Indigo, Separating Rooms, Spa Like Bathroom, Hanging Closet, Double Glazed Window, Hotel Lobby

Hotel Indigo Chester | England

Featuring 75 rooms, the boutique-style hotel combines elements from the city's local character and charm, with vibrant colours and textures to give the hotel a residential look and feel. The hotel's design reflects the surrounding neighbourhood by drawing inspiration from three key elements of the city - the material layers of its architecture, the iconic 1897 Eastgate Clock and the world-famous Chester Racecourse.