Destinations in United Kingdom

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in United Kingdom

— London, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.6, 349 reviews)
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One of our top picks in London – and a guest favorite. Nestled behind Buckingham Palace, this luxurious hotel is opposite the Royal Mews. It has str ...

— London, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.6, 240 reviews)
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Featuring design to reflect contemporary London life, Charlotte Street Hotel also has features of classic elegance such as original fireplaces and a w ...

— London, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.5, 80 reviews)
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This 5-star hotel is in London's Knightsbridge and looks out over Hyde Park. It has air-conditioned luxury rooms and offers a personal butler service, ...

— Glasgow, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.5, 68 reviews)
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In the old part of Glasgow, next door to the cathedral, this 19th century, Scottish Baronial-style building has been beautifully converted into a uniq ...

— Edinburgh, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.5, 191 reviews)
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These luxury suites in Edinburgh's West End are walking distance from the Scott Monument, EICC and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. A full ...

— London, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.5, 275 reviews)
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Offering a restaurant, bar and fitness center, Ham Yard Hotel is located in London, just 3 minutes' walk from Piccadilly Circus. It also has a garden, ...

— London, United Kingdom

(Rated 9.5, 318 reviews)
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One of our top picks in London – and a guest favorite. Offering a popular restaurant, spa and fitness center, The Beaumont Hotel is set in the prest ...

The United Kingdom - The Origin Of Modern Civilization

Made up of the countries England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Island, The United Kingdom (UK) contains some of Europe’s most popular tourist destinations. These diverse lands contain thousands of years of cultural history and grand culture between them. Offering visitors everything from perfectly preserved estates and castles, to world class galleries and museums. It’s also relatively easy to travel between these destinations, allowing you to see a range of attractions in the space of a few days. Start with London, England -  home to the royal family and the great Buckingham Palace. If you’re a fan of history you also have to see the Tower Of London, home to the Crown Jewels and the 1000 year old White Tower. Next, head over to Scotland’s capital Edinburgh, well known for its well preserved historic buildings. The majestic Edinburgh Castle is a highlight, this 13th century fortress is home to the Scottish Crown Jewels and features the famous One O'Clock Salute which is held daily. Other Edinburgh attractions include the Royal Botanical Garden and the National Gallery of Scotland. Another highlight in England is one of the world’s oldest heritage sites - Stonehenge. This mysterious sight has been a pilgrimage for over 4,500 years and to this day crowds of tourists still come to witness the sheer size and scale of these mammoth stone structures.

Travel The United Kingdom

Marvel At The Ancient Stonehenge

Located 10 miles north of Sailsbury, Stonehenge is Europe’s most famous prehistoric monument. The site is so popular that visitors usually have to purchase a timed ticket in advance to guarantee access. After walking around the mammoth stones you can also learn more about Neolithic culture via demonstrations.

See Your Favourite Animals At Chester Zoo

Found a mile north of Chester city center in Upton, Chester Zoo is England’s most popular attraction outside of London. This eclectic zoo is home to more than 11,000 animals, spread across a 125 acre site. Chimpanzee Island, the penguin pool and Europe's largest tropical house are highlights.

Explore The UK and Check Out The Famed Cotswolds

The Cotswolds include some of England’s most beautiful counties such as Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire and more. Covering over 787 square miles, this scenic landscape includes limestone grasslands and old growing beech woodlands. The beauty of this area also has a lot to do with its charming villages and towns.

Tips And Travel Information For The United Kingdom

Money The currency in the UK is the British pound sterling (GBP). All major credit and debit cards are accepted all throughout the UK, and you should be able to use your card in most places. Getting Around Public transport in the UK varies depending on where you happen to be. Although in general, transit services (trains, trams and buses) are reliable and good value for money. Best Time To Visit The UK can easily be visited at any time of the year, as the climate is steady and doesn’t tend to hit extreme highs or lows. If you had to choose, Spring (late March to early June) and Autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit, when the weather is warm and dry.

Find Boutique Hotels In The United Kingdom

Stay somewhere equally as stunning as the country you’re visiting. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in The United Kingdom.