A gorgeous hotel can be a destination in itself. When it comes to hotels, there are plenty of things to consider. From location to settings, from design to facilities, several factors help you shape up the decision and find a perfect abode for your stay. As 2020 is here, discover a wealth of budget-friendly and luxury options, including some in the most picturesque corners of the country.
Native Manchester is found in Ducie Street Warehouse in the heart of the city. Originally one of four iconic warehouses – and the only one still standing – this historic building was initially designed to store cotton bales from the US before they were shipped to London. There are 166 apartments with 7 types to choose from, starting with a compact Studio to a spacious Penthouse Two Bed duplex apartment. The former railway goods warehouse includes CULTUREPLEX on the ground floor, a social and cultural space with a restaurant, bar, cinema, and fitness studios.
The Hoxton, London
Less than 1.6 km from London’s Liverpool Street, The Hoxton, Shoreditch offers contemporary accommodation which boasts roaring fires and exposed brick work. Set on the south side of Blackfriars Bridge, the rooms feature bare brick walls and Crittall-style windows and come in one of the brand’s five signature categories: Shoebox, Snug, Cosy, Roomy and Biggy. With 210 cleverly designed bedrooms, The Hoxton Grill restaurant runs in partnership with the Soho House group, a destination bar and The Apartment, meetings and events space, they have everything you might need all under one roof.
Page8, Central London
Page Hotels, the home of urban explorers, is a lifestyle brand that connects people to people. The hotels offer a full immersion into the heart of the city, the way locals know and love. With 138 beautifully appointed rooms, Page8 is a design-led hotel inclusive of a rooftop restaurant and bar. The lobby is cleverly merged with Page Common, an open and ample home to our part-bar and part coffeehouse concept, that is a destination in and of itself. Page8 is conveniently tucked between London’s trendy and creative Covent Garden district, with a world-famous Royal Opera House at its very core and the vibrant Trafalgar Square.
The Hudnalls Hideout, Gloucestershire
With easy access to Offa’s Dyke Path and the Forest of Dean, this peaceful hideaway is ideally situated for discovering the abundance of wildlife and spectacular nature on offer in the region, in addition to the area’s many restaurants, including Michelin-starred The Whitebrook. The insta-worthy interiors have been designed in partnership with online design brand, MADE.COM and includes some of MADE’s most popular design pieces to inspire guests to recreate a piece of this stylish hideaway at home.
The Bike & Boot, North Yorkshire
Offering 60 unique and cosy bedroom spaces, from titchy Boot Rooms to Sea View Suites, the Bike & Boot is set to be the only boutique hotel of its kind in Scarborough. It offers uniquely-designed bedrooms, a hybrid bat-restaurant-café, a cosy retreat where you can make yourself at home, and all the on-site facilities you could need, whether you’re bringing your dog, bike, surfboard, or simply your sense of adventure.