London, UK

Haymarket Hotel

Contemporary British Style and West End Glamour

Chic, modern and true to its roots

London might be a city steeped in history but it’s certainly keeping pace with the best of them. The thoroughly British Haymarket Hotel is chic and modern whilst staying true to its roots, and there’s no compromise on location, either, as you find yourself in the heart of the capital’s theatre district.

With bright splashes of colour, bold prints and plenty of quirky design features, the Haymarket is a beacon of contemporary British style. The 50 rooms and suites have been individually designed, each with their own unique character.

The restaurant serves seasonal cuisine using locally sourced ingredients and the barmen are a dab hand at mixing elegant and refreshing cocktails. Make sure you indulge in the great British tradition of afternoon tea, a delightful mix of cakes, sandwiches, scones and of course, a pot of steaming loose-leaf tea. Head to the library when you want to retreat with a book or the morning papers.

The hotel’s indoor pool is not just for the health conscious; a ceiling studded with hundreds of fibre optic lights and an ever-changing light installation adds a real sense of atmosphere, and the poolside bar is your go-to for quenching your thirst. Exploring the capital couldn’t be easier: Mayfair and Regent Street are a mecca for shoppers; get your fix of culture at Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery; and take a stroll around St James’ Park, the oldest of the city’s eight Royal Parks.


50 rooms and suites

Restaurant and bar



Swimming pool

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Places to combine Haymarket Hotel with

Southern England

Cliveden House
Built in 1666 by the 2nd Duke of Buckingham as a gift to his mistress, Cliveden House is a beautifully historic Grade I-listed building set within 376 acres of National Trust Grounds. It has played host to many an occasion in its 350-year history and today it is every bit as glamorous as it once was. The house has stayed true to its roots, with antique furniture, period pieces and beautiful artwork adorning the walls. Entering the property feels like stepping back in time, but with all the modern amenities and facilities of a contemporary luxury hotel, guests can enjoy the best of both worlds. 47 rooms and suites are spacious and elegant, many coming with private terraces that look out over the courtyard and the surrounding countryside. There is also a three-bedroom cottage perched on the banks of the River Thames with a private garden, two lounge areas with open fireplaces and a kitchen with its own dining area. Guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to eating and drinking. Enjoy fine dining at Andre Garrett, where locally sourced ingredients and a menu that follows the seasons create a brilliantly British dining experience. For a more informal atmosphere, enjoy the mix of classic American and British dishes at the Astor Grill, located in the old stable block, and for something quintessentially English, take afternoon tea in the great hall. The Pavilion Spa is tucked away in the walled garden, and here you can enjoy a dip in the indoor or outdoor pool or relax and unwind with a signature treatment. There is also a fitness suite as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts.

The Cotswolds

Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa
Escape to an elegant country home set on 500 acres of parkland and gardens. Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa combines luxury and tradition, offering guests an indulgent space to retreat and feel pampered. The 42 rooms and suites in the Palladian mansion have been designed with the utmost comfort in mind. Antiques and deluxe furnishings are combined with modern elements, celebrating the hotel’s history as well as ensuring guests have everything they would expect from a luxury country hotel. Dine at the Michelin starred Park restaurant where the menu features organic ingredients from nearby suppliers, as well as from the hotel’s own gardens. For alfresco dining and more informal lighter meals, take a table at the stylish Brasserie near the spa. The beautifully maintained gardens around Lucknam Park make for invigorating outings on foot or on horseback. Explore the historic Walled Garden, The Rose Garden, the Arboretum and the old Vinery greenhouse. Visit the spa to make use of the indoor swimming pool, hydrotherapy pool and outdoor salt water plunge pool. Guests can choose from a variety of relaxing treatments and spend time in several thermal cabins. Or spend some time in the Wellbeing House where there are yoga and pilates studios, a Haslauer Reflective Sunlight Therapy room and a relaxation room. There are also on-site equestrian facilities including training, all-weather and lunge arenas and a cross country course. Or let the fresh produce from the lush gardens inspire you to take part in a cookery course.