Sunningdale Old

Ranked 35th best golf course in the world and 2nd best in England. Willie Park Jr. was the original architect in 1901, however Harry Colt was the biggest influence in the course’s redesign in 1922, making the incredible tree-lined course that it is today. Sunningdale has been hailed as one of the British Isles’ most aesthetically pleasing inland courses, and is argued as the first golf course to be built on the famous Surry/Berkshire sand-belt.

Upscale, four-star hotel in a Victorian building, which retains many of its original features. Just minutes from some of the best golf courses in the Surrey region, including Sunningdale Old and The Berkshire. They offer a fine-dining restaurant, bar, and fireplace lounge. The also have a spa that includes indoor and outdoors pools, saunas, and a gym.
 
Sitting on 123 acres of parkland, this luxury five-star hotel is in an ivy-clad country house. Dining options include two award-winning restaurants – The Latymer which offers fine dining, and their vibrant Brasserie. Amenities include a full-service spa with indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, tennis court, and nine-hole course.
 
Luxury, five-star country house hotel in Sunningdale. Perfect for a romantic retreat. Their fine-ding restaurant offers fine locally sourced seasonal cuisine, while The Barn offers rustic charm and pub fare. Amenities include a luxury spa with indoor pool and gym and healthy café. Enjoy activities such as tennis, croquet, horseback riding or polo on two of Coworth Park’s professional polo fields.
Luxury, five-star hotel in a redbrick Victorian property less than a mile from the National Gallery. Their fine-dining, white tablecloth restaurant, The Lyttelton, offers fine British cuisine. Their American Bar offers upscale pub food and signature cocktails. Enjoy a wine tasting or host a private dinner in The Stafford’s 380-year-old wine cellars.



 
Hidden in upmarket Mayfair, this luxury, five-star boutique hotel is less than a ten-minute walk from Buckingham Palace. All of their rooms and suites have marble bathrooms. Dining options include an upscale restaurant featuring refined British cuisine, the Dukes Bar with world-renowned martinis, a Cognac and Cigar Garden and Champagne Lounge. Amenities include a health club with full gym, marble steam room and treatment room.



 

In a Victorian building that was once the Secret Service’s headquarters, this luxury, four-star hotel sits just off the River Thames, right across from the London Eye. Only a seven-minute walk to the National Gallery. Their fine-dining restaurant features classic British dishes, while their Terrace café offers hearty brasserie-style dishes. They also boast a cocktail bar and lounge, as well as a gym.