"Embark on a Stylish Sojourn: The Best New Hotels Unveiled in the UK This Autumn"
Are you in search of the perfect autumn getaway? Look no further, as we unveil the latest gems in the UK hospitality scene. Margate takes the spotlight with two vibrant additions—Margate House, a boutique marvel bursting with color, and GuestHouse's first seaside venture. In Devon, a smart family-friendly resort awaits, complete with eco-friendly cabins and a plethora of activities. And for urban escapes, newly opened options in Manchester and London beckon.
The allure of London's luxury hotel boom is undeniable, featuring the opulent The Peninsula London in Belgravia and the chic retreat, The BoTree, nestled in Marylebone. Meanwhile, the Cotswolds elevates its accommodation offerings with historic inns and manor houses showcasing fresh new looks. Whether you crave the seaside charm of Margate or the cosmopolitan vibe of the capital, this wave of new arrivals promises the epitome of stylish staycations this winter. Read on to explore the crème de la crème of the UK's autumn hospitality scene.
Venturing into Margate, the hotel scene blossoms with creativity. Margate House, an adults-only boutique haven, stands proudly on Dalby Square in Cliftonville. The nine-room retreat, housed in a Victorian townhouse dating back to 1820, has undergone a stunning transformation by property developer Will Jenkins. Designed by the visionary Charlee Allan-Quinton, the decor is a bold symphony of warm pink, terracotta, and burgundy, enveloping everything from skirting boards to ceilings.
The downstairs lounge sets the stage for a unique check-in experience over a glass of wine, surrounded by the rich hues of the interior. Each bedroom continues the theme with blush and flushed-cheek colors, adorned with scallop-edged La Lumiere Studio raffia pendant lights, lively scarlet-striped cushions, and film-inspired artwork, ranging from Dumbo to Mystic Pizza. Delight awaits in snack drawers filled with retro sweets, and an immersive connection with the community ensures that rainfall showers are stocked with Haeckels toiletries from the nearby shop, just two minutes away.
Crafted by the skilled hands of Kristin Vicari, owner of Margate's L’Absurde Objet concept store, bespoke furniture graces the lounge, including a bold crimson papier-mâché bookshelf. The walls come alive with artwork from local talents like Kavel Rafferty, adding a touch of the neighborhood's artistic flair. Margate House promises not just a stay but a vibrant, immersive experience, making it a haven for discerning travelers and creative souls alike.
"Seaside Indulgence and Coastal Comfort: Unveiling the Allure of Margate's Newest Retreats"
At Margate House, the personal touch is paramount. General Manager Coral extends a warm invitation to transform the lounge into a haven for suppers, creating an intimate space for guests to savor a stay-in takeaway. For a delightful start to the day, rooms are graced with simple luxuries—a morning delivery of coffee, fresh orange juice, and the delectable bake-of-the-day from Staple, a local artisanal bakery and cafe. Priced from £115 B&B, this enchanting experience beckons you to book now for a taste of seaside tranquility.
Guests seeking a head-turning retreat need look no further than the latest marvel from GuestHouse. The former Sands Hotel, strategically positioned on the High Street just across from Margate Main Sands, has undergone a transformation by interior designer Emma Montier. The result is an artsy haven that seamlessly blends historic charm with grown-up seaside style. Of the 18 rooms and three suites, many offer stunning views of the sea and sand, some even boasting dinky terraces.
Creamy tones, fern wooden floors, and herringbone terracotta tiles define the design ethos, creating an atmosphere of understated elegance. Beach hut-shaped minibars conceal kettles and coffee machines, while a free-form line reminiscent of conch-like curves adorns the walls, complementing the shell-shaped ceiling lamp. Each room is a haven of comfort, complete with a Crosley record player spinning vinyl from the local record store Ghost Pepper, hammam towels in sorbet peach, white, and sky blue, and the essential Thermos flask with Teapigs tea bags.
The attentive staff adds verve to the experience, ensuring that the seaside location is fully capitalized upon. Pearly Cow, the hotel's dining outlet, offers a delectable menu featuring fresh seafood, parmesan spelt risotto, and innovative seasonal desserts. Picture indulging in a white peach and lemon verbena eggless pavlova within the grand surroundings adorned with original Victorian columns and stained glass windows. And for sundowners, the ocean-facing rooftop bar becomes the perfect spot for a refreshing gooseberry G&T.
For those arriving by train, the hotel's thoughtful by-bike luggage pick-up service allows guests to dive into exploration from the very beginning. With room rates starting from £130 (room only), this coastal haven promises an unforgettable retreat in the heart of Margate.
Meanwhile, North Devon sees a remarkable transformation with the addition of 58 lodges to the former Highbullen Hotel. Nestled in the scenic Mole Valley with 125-acre grounds, this reimagined resort by L+R Hotels, known for iconic establishments like Chewton Glen and Cliveden House and Spa, ensures that every facet of the experience is meticulously curated.
"Rustic Elegance and Green Living: Unveiling North Devon's Serene Wooden Lodges"
Escape to a world where nature meets sophistication in the heart of North Devon. The newly introduced two- to four-bedroom wooden lodges redefine the concept of rustic luxury. Crafted by Evoke Architects, these sleek havens seamlessly blend cabin cool with eco smarts, featuring living green roofs and solar PV panels. Upon entering, guests are greeted by a haven of comfort—slate-colored sofas, black-and-copper-bowl lighting, and tree stump tables set the tone for instant relaxation.
The open-plan dining and living space seamlessly merges with a modernized kitchen equipped with an induction hob, dishwasher, and a washer/dryer. Whitewashed walls frame the cosseting bedrooms, adorned with Hypnos beds, photography capturing sun-kissed hills, and stocked with L’Occitane soap, conditioner, and shampoo bars. Bifold glass doors lead to expansive outdoor decks, complete with inviting hot tubs that offer panoramic views of meadows or the enchanting Mole Valley.
For a hassle-free group experience, indulge in ahead-of-time ordered hampers featuring locally sourced delights such as Devon pork chipolata sausages and Green’s of Glastonbury Twanger Cheese. Alternatively, head to Cellars Bar & Restaurant in the original arts and crafts manor, Highbullen House, for a culinary journey featuring dishes like rosemary and quince honey-roasted camembert, retro prawn cocktail, and paneer and jackfruit rogan josh.
Activities abound for both the adventurous and those seeking relaxation—from nest box making to target shooting. An enthusiastic team ensures that boredom is never an option, with tennis, golf, and pickleball courts, indoor and outdoor pools, a playground, games room, and live music in the main balconied lodge at night. The overall ambiance echoes a stateside mountain resort, reminiscent of Kellerman’s from Dirty Dancing.
Starting from £206 per lodge per night (sleeping eight), with optional breakfast and barbecue packs available, and some activities incurring an additional cost, these lodges offer a perfect blend of tranquility and adventure. It's a haven where the serenity of nature converges with the elegance of modern living.
Meanwhile, in Manchester, the cityscape welcomes the grandeur of Forty-Seven, the latest addition by Kro Hospitality inside a former shipping warehouse on Peter Street. Upstairs, 32 richly decorated bedrooms, including duplexes, exude slick urbanite vibes with inky blue ceilings, tactile velvet headboards, psychedelic Timorous Beasties wall panels, and exposed brick details. Larger suites boast lounge areas, teal couches, mini-kitchenettes, and hidden ironing boards behind wall mirrors.
Luxury extends to L’Occitane Verveine toiletries adorning egg-shaped bathtubs, creating a spa-like retreat. Soft dressing gowns beckon guests to unwind and laze in opulent comfort. This fusion of industrial chic and luxury amenities positions Forty-Seven as a captivating destination in the heart of Manchester's vibrant landscape.
"Unwind in Style: A Chic Retreat for Business Travelers in Manchester"
For business-minded individuals seeking a sophisticated oasis in the heart of Manchester, look no further. This elegant establishment, strategically located near the Manchester Central Convention Complex, caters to those in search of a smart place to stay. The partnership with pro "sleep fixer" Kerry Davies has resulted in thoughtfully designed bedrooms featuring blackout blinds and secondary-glazed windows, ensuring a peaceful night's sleep. The meticulous attention to detail extends throughout, creating an atmosphere of tranquility that complements the bustling city outside.
Downstairs, the experience continues with the well-established Indian restaurant Asha's, offering authentic feasts that include crispy paluk chaat, creamy paneer makhani, and the delightful pomegranate-and-lime Kohinoor cocktails. The Peterman Bar adds a touch of intrigue, serving cocktails in surroundings that nod to the area's history of safe-crackers, complete with vault-like bar back design details. Indulge in the delicious Diamond Dan of Didsbury, a concoction featuring Didsbury Gin Manchester Tart, lemon, raspberries, and egg white. With rooms starting from £225, including breakfast, this destination seamlessly blends business sophistication with culinary delights.
Meanwhile, in the heart of Kensington and Chelsea, the Locke Living brand unveils its sixth London property—a beacon of luxury on Cromwell Road. Boasting 121 apartments, this aspirational aparthotel is strategically located near iconic landmarks such as The V&A, Science Museum, and Natural History Museum. Designed for long and self-catering stays, each apartment exudes a home-away-from-home ambiance. Retro-bohemian decor with splashes of coral and teal paintwork, geometric-patterned bedspreads, and Biba-inspired draped curtains create a wrapped-in-color feel.
Communal spaces adorned with potted plants provide a leafy retreat, while a co-working conservatory and the EVE cafe-meets-Mediterranean restaurant add versatility to the experience. Chef Talia Prince, with a background at The Fat Duck and Le Gavroche, curates a menu featuring fattoush salads and ZFC (zhoug mayo fried cauliflower or chicken). A laundry room and charming garden complete the offerings, making this London gem a haven for extended stays. Rates start from £229 per night, room only, promising a fusion of comfort, style, and culinary excellence.
As the sun sets, venture into Ruby Zoe's cafe bar, where kooky suspended trumpet chandeliers and tutti frutti furniture create a vibrant atmosphere. Here, the evening unfolds with a unique blend of sophistication and playfulness, making it the perfect ending to a day spent exploring the wonders of Kensington and Chelsea.
"Discover Quirky Luxury at Ruby Zoe: A Vibrant Notting Hill Gem"
In the heart of Notting Hill Gate, where the spirit of Portobello Road's indie shops and secondhand stores thrives, emerges the vibrant 173-room Ruby Zoe—a dazzling addition to west London's hospitality scene. Drawing inspiration from the rich tapestry of the local Caribbean community and the lively colors of Carnival, this stay is a celebration of design and culture. A cafe-meets-bar and vinyl shop, Ruby Zoe welcomes guests with tutti frutti shades of rattan, rocking chairs, and plush leather couches.
The atmosphere is a symphony of design delights, featuring kooky suspended trumpet chandeliers and even a forest-green retro car, creating a haven for co-workers who appreciate the art of laptop tapping in quirky surroundings. True to Ruby's 'lean luxury' ethos, the experience is characterized by a lack of unnecessary fuss. A swift self-check-in process via a tablet takes under a minute, setting the tone for a seamless stay. While there's no lunch or dinner offering, the bright and functional bedrooms, ranging from Nest to Wow, boast wood wall paneling details and glass-fronted rain showers.
For music enthusiasts, each room comes equipped with a Marshall speaker, and for those seeking a burst of creativity, an electric guitar can be hired from reception. Regular live performances in the bar add to the dynamic atmosphere, making Ruby Zoe a unique blend of comfort, style, and cultural vibrancy. Rates start from £225, room only, promising a stay that transcends the ordinary.
Meanwhile, after three decades in the planning and seven in the building, the iconic Peninsula hotel, renowned in Hong Kong for nearly a century, makes its long-awaited debut in Belgravia. Stepping into the discreet off-street cobbled courtyard, lined with an impressive fleet of cars, including Rolls-Royce Phantom IIs, sets the tone for a journey into hushed luxury. Designed by Jenny Packham, the personable team serves afternoon tea in a high-ceilinged, columned lobby where chandeliers shimmer, a pianist performs, and a leafy de Gournay mural reflects the exquisite parkside setting between Hyde Park and Green Park. After years of anticipation, The Peninsula has arrived, offering an opulent escape in the heart of London.
"Immersive Opulence at The Peninsula: A Next-Level London Escape"
Experience London like never before at The Peninsula, a masterpiece designed by Peter Marino that elevates the concept of a pied-à-terre to unprecedented heights. With 190 meticulously crafted bedrooms, the ambiance exudes sophistication with silver-birch-bark-like wallpaper, British landscape-inspired art from the Royal Drawing School, and honey onyx stone bathrooms stocked with woody toiletries by perfumier Timothy Han. The attention to detail is extraordinary—an in-room valet box for discreet shoe shining, a nail dryer discreetly tucked in mahogany-panelled dressing rooms, and a QR code granting access to a 24-hour digital concierge. Many rooms offer views of Wellington Arch and the parks, with electric curtains providing privacy.
The Peninsula experience extends to the top-floor Brooklands Bar, where Art Deco-style curved banquettes inspired by Bentley carriage seating mingle with motoring memorabilia from Brooklands museum. Cocktails, each boasting varying 'mach levels,' including the cult-favorite Aldrin, are savored against a backdrop of supersonic-inspired design. Adjacent, the Brooklands restaurant, led by Claude Bosi, pays homage to Concorde with an aluminium aircraft model suspended above cloud-adorned damask-covered tables. Culinary delights unfold with multi-course modern British creations like creamy celeriac nosotto with black lime and coconut, Racan guinea fowl stuffed with Scottish razor clams, and a gilded apple dessert resembling an orb.
The culinary journey continues with the Canton Blue restaurant on the ground floor, offering exquisite dim sum in booths separated by a rainbow of porcelain teacups. Little Blue, an apothecary-feel cocktail bar, adds a touch of intrigue to the experience. The stonking spa with a 25m swimming pool and a retail arcade featuring Asprey London complete the offerings. With flexible check-in times, rates at The Peninsula start from £1,300, promising an unparalleled escape into the lap of luxury.
Meanwhile, in Marylebone Lane, The BoTree, the debut from the Place III Hotels collection, makes a vibrant entrance with 199 rooms. Hotelier Rishi Sachdev's latest venture introduces a dynamic experience with roving staff members in the chalet-feel lobby, a 3D-printed tree sculpture made from recycled coffee cups, and tablet check-ins over a glass of fizz. Each floor comes with a dedicated 'host,' acting as a private butler to ensure a seamless stay, including personalized services like luggage unpacking or garment steaming. The BoTree is more than a hotel; it's a haven where hospitality meets innovation, promising an energizing retreat in the heart of Marylebone Lane.
"London's New Icons of Luxury and Sustainability: The BoTree and 1Hotel Mayfair"
Elevate your London experience with two groundbreaking establishments, each offering a unique blend of luxury and sustainability. The BoTree, a member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts’ Legend Collection, is set to redefine hospitality standards under the guidance of General Manager Eva Mount, bringing her wealth of five-star experience to this sleek sanctuary. The hotel's commitment to conscious luxury is evident in every detail, from its energy-saving PIR sensors to the eucalyptus Tencel bedding and Jo Loves amenities with an eco-friendly twist.
The bedrooms are a testament to residential allure, featuring sliding wood panels, comfy seating areas, and ikebana-style fresh floral displays by Sage. Vibrant panels adorned with violet, rose, and sunshine yellow blooms add a touch of whimsy to the sophisticated ambiance. LAVO, the first UK outpost of the renowned restaurant, offers more-is-more Italian fare, with decadent signature dishes like cacio e pepe pizza, Wagyu meatball with whipped ricotta, and a show-stopping 20-layer peanut butter and chocolate cake. The BoTree Bar beckons with its glowing ceiling, teal marble bar, and a potent cocktail menu, including the irresistible Bees by The BoTree.
For those seeking an eco-conscious retreat, the 1Hotel Mayfair stands as a shining example of sustainability-focused luxury. This former Holiday Inn in Mayfair has undergone a mammoth glow-up, emerging as the first European opening from the wildly successful 1Hotels brand. From the greenery-draped living facade to the reception desk made from naturally felled wood, the aesthetic seamlessly combines cappuccino and cream hues with robust eco-principles. With 80% of the building's existing structure repurposed and a BREEAM "excellent" rating, sustainability is at the core of its design.
As you traverse the succulent-lined corridors, you'll discover bedrooms with flooring made from fallen timber, moss-lined water filtration units, and rattan artwork. Luxe touches abound, including full-sized Bamford toiletries, Dyson hair dryers, and minibars stocked with Daylesford Bourbon old-fashioneds. The 1Hotel Mayfair is not just a hotel; it's a sustainable sanctuary that proves you can indulge in luxury while making a positive impact on the planet. Rates at The BoTree start from £660, room only, while 1Hotel Mayfair offers an unparalleled eco-luxury experience in the heart of Mayfair.
"Serenity and Culinary Delights: Unveiling The Dovetale and Experimental Group's Cowley Manor"
Nestled just outside Cheltenham Spa, the much-loved Cowley Manor has undergone a transformative rebirth, introducing a new era of elegance and culinary excellence. The 17th-century manor house, renowned for its design, top-notch spa, and sprawling 55-acre grounds, now boasts a captivating redesign by the talented Dorothée Meilichzon, adding her distinctive interiors flair.
Step into the enchanting realm of Cowley 2.0, where every detail is a testament to magic and sophistication. The 36 sultry suites are adorned with statement beds featuring modern-fairytale canopies or flamboyant headboards, creating a whimsical atmosphere. Designer wallpapers, showcasing duck-headed canes, licks of terracotta, and cornflower hues, contribute to the overall enchantment. Showers with cheerful stem-patterned tiles are stocked with L:A Bruket toiletries, minibars pay homage to Wonderland with chequerboard fabric wraps, and hidden fairy doors add an extra touch of charm.
Downstairs, a coffee spot-meets-lounge beckons with poignant artwork titled "Flow" by marine plastic artist Steve McPherson. The Bamford Wellness Spa treatment rooms, smudged with sage, offer restorative massages followed by cups of green mate and lemongrass-infused tea. For stronger sips, the Dover Yard bar awaits, featuring tree-slice tables and flickering fireplaces—an ideal spot to savor Green Park swizzles. The Dovetale restaurant, curated by Tom Sellers of Restaurant Story fame, offers a culinary journey with dishes like Cornish crab with chopped egg and leeks vinaigrette with black truffle, all served in a dining room aglow with mushroom-shaped pendant lighting.
A culinary highlight is the supersized, build-your-own sundaes from the pink-and-white knickerbocker glory trolley, mesmerizing adults with its space-engineered glass-freezing tech, while delighting kids with tableside theatrics. Rates at Cowley Manor start from £500, room only, promising a retreat into serenity and culinary delights.
Meanwhile, Experimental Group, the mixology maestro, has brought its expertise to the Cotswolds with a transformative touch to Cowley Manor. With an illustrious reputation for design, spa, and grounds that inspired Lewis Carroll’s "Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland," Cowley Manor now offers a renewed sense of enchantment. Designer Dorothée Meilichzon has added her je ne sais quoi, creating sultry suites adorned with modern-fairytale canopies and flamboyant headboards. The entire property exudes magic, from stem-patterned tiled showers to Wonderland-inspired minibars and hidden fairy door details. This is not just a hotel; it's an immersive experience in the heart of the Cotswolds.
"Cowley Manor: A Symphony of Luxury, Cuisine, and Tranquility in the Cotswolds"
Immerse yourself in the timeless charm of Cowley Manor, a haven of luxury and tranquility nestled just outside Cheltenham Spa in the Cotswolds. This enchanting 17th-century manor house, surrounded by sprawling 55-acre grounds, has undergone a metamorphosis, emerging as a sanctuary of elegance and culinary delights. Designed by Dorothée Meilichzon, the sultry suites, adorned with modern-fairytale canopies and flamboyant headboards, transport guests to a whimsical world.
The grand wood-panelled restaurant, showcasing Jackson Boxer's culinary prowess, steals the show. Indulge in pretty plates of courgette slivers dressed in sunflower miso, moreish taglioni with smoked butter and black pepper, and coconut sorbet with redcurrant granita. The dining experience is elevated by the charming staff, a lightly refreshed C-Side Spa offering massages and dips in two pools—one indoor with forest views, the other outdoor and parasol-fringed.
Explore the nooks of Cowley Manor, from games rooms to living rooms, bars, and lakeside terraces, perfect for sipping signature cocktails like the Horlicks Milk Punch. The ambiance is a blend of classic charm and modern luxury, with the original team ensuring a warm welcome. Rates start from £250, including bed and breakfast with spa access, promising an unforgettable escape to the heart of the Cotswolds.
Meanwhile, adding to the allure of the Cotswolds is The Bell at Charlbury, part of Daylesford Stays collection. This characterful 17th-century pub, adorned with inky blue accents, bloom-patterned pelmets, and four-poster beds, seamlessly blends Daylesford's signature Scandi-meets-British countryside allure. The drinking and dining spaces exude charm, featuring tankard-lined fireplaces, exposed Cotswolds stone, and crimson-and-white-striped bistro curtains.
Head Chef Nik Scarpellini crafts a menu brimming with feel-good gastropub fare, showcasing Daylesford Organic produce. From heritage beets with salsa verde to penne with San Marzano tomatoes, the culinary offerings reflect Scarpellini's Italian roots. Twelve bedrooms, each named after woodland inspirations, offer a touch of natural luxury, complemented by Bamford bathroom goodies and Dreamtime tea. With plans for another restaurant, The Barn, and a blossoming orchard garden, The Bell promises an immersive stay from £195, bed and breakfast. Explore the Cotswolds in style with these two unique retreats.
"Charm and History: The Bull at Charlbury, a Cotswolds Gem"
Adding to the allure of Charlbury, The Bull, a historic pub-with-rooms, emerges as a delightful retreat steeped in charm and history. Phil Winser and James Gummer, both Cotswolds natives, have returned to their roots, infusing their passion into the gorgeous 1500s inn on the corner of Sheep Street. With a facade adorned in Boston ivy, this pub, where Phil enjoyed his first pint, now boasts a rejuvenated bar, offering ample space for over-a-pint conversations, with regulars and their pooches lounging by open fires after countryside strolls.
The ten bedrooms, spread across the pub and barn, embody serene elegance. Stripped back and adorned in milky tones, these dog-friendly rooms feature contemporary four-posters, warm-glow lighting, and dried floral arrangements that harmonize with the building's higgledy-piggledy charm and original beams. For keen walkers, The Bull provides branded OS maps, and some rooms indulge guests with freestanding bathtubs stocked with a selection of Neal’s Yard bubble bath, oil, or salts.
The back garden has transformed into a haven with snug sections, conical shades, and abundant greenery. Food enthusiasts are drawn in by the spotlight on British produce, with muntjac meatballs and monkfish with samphire stealing the show. The garden, with its cozy corners, and a menu that champions local suppliers, has become a favorite among patrons. While small plates like leeks with creamy Lincolnshire poacher cheese and crispy rosemary potatoes are delectable, a few more vegetarian options would enhance the dining experience.
As morning arrives, The Bull pampers guests with face-sized croissants, pains au chocolat, generous cold plates, and a DIY bloody mary station for a personalized kickstart to the day. Room rates start from £175, room-only, promising an enchanting escape into Cotswolds history and hospitality. The Bull at Charlbury stands as a testament to the beauty of blending the old and the new, offering a warm embrace to travelers seeking a taste of tradition in a contemporary setting.
"Autumn Elegance Unveiled: A Showcase of the UK’s Newest Retreats"
This autumn, the UK's hospitality scene welcomes a symphony of style and sophistication in Margate, Manchester, Devon, and London. From the kooky charm of Ruby Zoe's cafe bar with suspended trumpet chandeliers to the grandeur of The Peninsula London, each destination promises a unique experience.
In Margate, the scene is set by Margate House, a nine-room boutique hotel bursting with color and bold design. The recently renovated Victorian townhouse, originally built in 1820, now offers a haven for creative souls. Designed by Charlee Allan-Quinton, the decor immerses guests in warm pink, terracotta, and burgundy hues, creating a vibrant atmosphere from skirting boards to ceilings.
Across the road, GuestHouse breathes artsy appeal into the former Sands Hotel, now boasting 18 rooms and three suites with seaside views. Creamy tones, hammam towels, and a beach hut-shaped minibar add a touch of luxury, while Pearly Cow serves up fresh seafood and seasonal desserts in grand surroundings.
In North Devon, a transformation unfolds at the former Highbullen Hotel, now a family-friendly resort with 58 eco-smart lodges. Slick wooden lodges, living green roofs, and solar PV panels redefine the getaway experience. Each lodge, designed by Evoke Architects, invites relaxation with slate-colored sofas, Hypnos beds, and outdoor decks featuring hot tubs with sweeping views.
Meanwhile, Manchester welcomes Forty-Seven inside a former shipping warehouse on Peter Street. Richly decorated bedrooms, chalet-feel lobbies, and a cocktail menu with the delicious Diamond Dan of Didsbury set the tone for a stylish city break. Close to the Manchester Central Convention Complex, The Peterman Bar offers cocktails in surroundings nodding to the area's history of safe-crackers.
In London, Kensington and Chelsea see the arrival of Locke's sixth property on Cromwell Road. Retro-bohemian decor, full kitchens, and spaces designed for long stays define the Locke Living experience. EVE, a Mediterranean restaurant, adds a culinary touch to the vibrant space.
Further west in Marylebone, The BoTree, part of the Place III Hotels collection, introduces a burst of energy with 199 rooms. A chalet-feel lobby, private butlers, and a conscious luxury ethos make it a standout choice. LAVO, the first UK outpost of the restaurant, offers decadent Italian fare, while the BoTree Bar serves cocktails in a glowing setting.
Completing the autumn lineup is the long-awaited debut of The Peninsula in Belgravia. Set in a discreet courtyard, the 190 bedrooms, designed by Peter Marino, showcase next-level London pied-à-terre style. A valet box, QR code digital concierge, and attention to detail throughout promise a luxurious stay. The lively top-floor Brooklands Bar and Claude Bosi-helmed Brooklands restaurant add the finishing touches to this iconic addition.
Whether immersing yourself in Margate's artistic allure, experiencing the eco-smart retreat in Devon, indulging in Manchester's culinary delights, reveling in London's urban escapes, or relishing the timeless elegance of The Peninsula, this autumn's new arrivals redefine the art of hospitality. Each destination beckons with its own narrative, promising unforgettable stays and stylish experiences.
As autumn unfolds its vibrant palette, the UK's hospitality landscape sees a symphony of style and sophistication in new retreats across Margate, Manchester, Devon, and London. From the artistic charm of Margate House to the eco-smart haven in North Devon, the culinary delights of Forty-Seven in Manchester, the urban escapes of Locke in London, and the timeless elegance of The Peninsula, each destination tells its own story of luxury and allure.
Whether you're drawn to the bold hues of Margate, the eco-friendly serenity of Devon, the cosmopolitan vibes of Manchester, or the refined opulence of London, these new arrivals redefine the art of hospitality. Each venue invites guests to immerse themselves in a unique narrative, promising not just stays, but experiences that linger in memory. This autumn, the UK's newest retreats beckon with open arms, ready to enchant and captivate those seeking a blend of sophistication and warmth.