Kimpton Fitzroy London

Grand architecture meets contemporary design

A landmark building with chic interiors and a magical feel

The Kimpton Fitzroy London hotel spans an entire block of a grand street that leads onto the leafy Russell Square. The building blends 19th-century architecture and decor with a contemporary and chic aesthetic within the interior. The building’s rich folklore and astrological heritage has been reflected in the spectacular lobby which feels like stepping into a magical film set. 

There are 334 rooms spanning various categories, each exuding 1920s glamour and a nod to the hotel’s storied past. Look out for distinctive accents like plush furnishings adorned with motifs of the resident dragon, Lucky George, who also graces the coffee mugs.

There are three dining venues at the hotel. There’s the intimate bar and parlour, two restaurants and in addition, a sophisticated cocktail bar. On the corner of Russell Square you’ll find Burr & Co, a popular coffee shop for visitors and locals, offering delectable pastries and Caravan coffee in a bright and airy setting; they do a take-away too.

Stay active at the expansive gym equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, or unwind in the comfort of your room with your personal yoga mat, provided by the hotel for all residents. 


Delightful and delicious coffee house

Large and modern fitness centre

Casall yoga mats provided in bedrooms

Gourmet restaurant

Cosy bar and parlour

Destination cocktail bar

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The Cotswolds

Dormy House
Dotted around the Cotswolds are clusters of honey-coloured cottages and fitting right in to the scenery is Dormy House, near the picture-perfect village of Broadway. The boutique country hotel is perched on the top of Willersey Hill within the 400-acre Farncombe Estate. A 17th-century farmhouse, it has plenty of English charm and is nestled in the heart of the rolling hills and beautiful countryside. Each of the 38 rooms and suites are individually designed, blending classic country charm with contemporary British design, splashes of colour and bold prints. You’ll be forgiven for wanting to hole up in suites with such inviting names as The Den, The Snug and The Hideaway or you can make yourself at home at Rose Cottage which comes with its own stone courtyard and Jacuzzi. Take a seat in The Garden Room or The Potting Shed and enjoy modern, seasonal cuisine cooked by chefs who are passionate about championing British cooking. The Garden Room is a bright and airy space that looks over the pretty garden, while The Potting Shed is a more informal centred around a huge oak bar. There’s plenty to keep you occupied at the hotel, including a spa with indoor pool, fitness studio and champagne nail parlour. However, you’re also ideally located to explore the surrounding countryside. Walk through the Farncombe estate to Broadway village or take a day trip to Stratford upon Avon, birthplace of Shakespeare. There is also a perfectly manicure 18-hole golf course next door.