With everyone travelling to the countryside, it’s the perfect time to take a trip to a quiet UK city for an Autumn getaway! From a quintessential British break, to a sophisticated stay in the heart of Mayfair and the perfect vacation for the fashion-lover, we wanted to share a few of our favourite city properties for the ultimate autumnal escape.
For a mix of fashion & technology | W London – Leicester Square |
Sophisticated and quirky, glamourous and decadent, W London – Leicester Square crystalizes the quintessential dual personality of the British soul. Overlooking the bright lights of Soho below, the sleek hotel recently completed a multi-million transformation of its 192 rooms offering innovative in-room technology paired with immersive in-room experiences by fashion visionary, Jack Irving. Mix and mingle over London’s playful brunch, quirky afternoon tea or innovative cocktails at The Perception.
Rates from £229 per room per night, based on two people sharing
For a sophisticated stay in the heart of Mayfair | Sheraton Grand London Park Lane
Steeped in history with its famed Palm Court Lounge, Grade II listed Art Deco Ballroom and Silver Gallery, the iconic Sheraton Grand London Park Lane offers a sophisticated stay in the heart of Mayfair. The 303 guestrooms offer an elegant, luxury hotel experience, capturing the spirit of the Art Deco era. Moments from London’s finest open green spaces including Green Park and Hyde Park, you can reach the very best sights by foot including Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.
Rates from £224 per room per night, based on two people sharing
For a quintessentially British break | Courtyard Oxford City Centre
Tucked away between waterways and boasting panoramic views of Oxford’s spectacular architecture from the rooftop terrace, Courtyard Oxford City Centre is perfectly located in the heart of the historic city. Located on tranquil Paradise Street, Courtyard Oxford City Centre provides a peaceful setting within the heart of the world-famous bustling city. Cultural sites such as the historic Oxford Castle and Prison as well as The Ashmolean – the University of Oxford’s museum of art and archaeology – lie within walking distance, alongside historic pubs and the city’s growing restaurant scene.
Rates from £150 per room per night, based on two people sharing