Europe has many amazing hotels, from classic historical beauty to cool modern chic. Whatever your taste in fine hotels, Europe has what you are looking for. There are a wide variety of fine hotels in many European countries, including the UK as well as mainland Europe.
You could stay at 51 Buckingham Gate, a superb hotel in traditional London townhouse style which has won many awards, where you will have a personal butler, a fully-equipped kitchen and be within easy walking distance of the houses of parliament, the Tate Modern art gallery and lots more.
A very different option is the Cotswold House hotel in the heart of one of the most charming areas of British countryside. Here you will find rural tranquility, truly exceptional food, and easy access to the birthplace of Shakespeare.
Another great UK hotel is the Macdonald Bath Spa Hotel in the historic Roman spa town of Bath. Here you will find superb accommodation, stylish meeting rooms, a private landscaped garden and a luxurious luxury spa. You can enjoy a relaxing game of croquet in the hotel gardens then visit the Roman baths nearby.
A very different hotel destination is the 7-star Town House Galleria in Milan, Italy, located in the heart of this lovely city. The service in this stunning hotel will get you straight to the front of prestigious waiting lists that others wait for years to get access to.
One of the world’s most well-known hotels internationally is the Savoy in London, which was already world-famous one hundred and twenty years ago, now stunningly restored its art deco and Edwardian character and still highly rated. In contrast, you could experience the Lakeside Hotel, Windermere, in the peaceful natural beauty of this stunning area, and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of this hotel which began as a 17th century coaching inn, and features traditional oak paneling and real fires.
Another unique experience would be the Grand Hotel Europe in the fascinating city of St. Petersberg, which is a well-known landmark in the area. Built in 1842 this elegant old-world hotel, which truly lives up to the name “grand”, provides easy access to the world-renowned cultural experiences provided by this historic city.
For an idyllically peaceful British experience, how about the Cambridge Garden House on the banks of the peaceful river Cam, yet right near the heart of this world-famous historic University town.
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