At 5 star hotels, luxury and service are a given but there should always, unquestionably, be something more. It may be difficult to put your finger on it, but it needs to go above and beyond expectations to make it worth you paying that little bit more.
Your 5 star experience should be about experientialism and not just materialism. That is because when you go 5 star, you want an experience that is memorable. This is where heritage can really take the 5 star experience that one step further, as you step back into the values of the past while enjoying all the benefits of contemporary hospitality.
Explore the following 5 star hotels for inspiration:
Ashford Castle - Beside the shore of the wild Lough Corrib stands one of the world’s greatest hotels. Join the esteemed list of presidents, royalty and Hollywood aristocracy all of whom have had the Ashford Castle experience!
Bovey Castle – A grand and mesmerising neo-Jacobean, Grade II listed country house.
Old Swan & Minster Mill – Set alongside the river Windrush it retains the grace and allurement of a time long forgotten.
The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa – 5 star luxury in the heart of Jane Austen’s favourite street.
Glenapp Castle – A truly spectacular Michelin starred, Scottish baronial castle with service that is second to none.
The Grand Hotel – The only 5 star hotel to be found on the English Riviera and known affectionately to the locals as ‘The White Palace’.
Luton Hoo – A country house so grand that our current reigning monarch spent part of her honeymoon year here.
Ruthin Castle – enjoy a tradition of hospitality and become the latest in a long line of distinguished guests.
A 5 star historic hotel will always be original and showcase something unique for its discerning and expectant visitors. These luxury 5 star hotels, in some of Britain’s most beautiful spots are well placed to do just that.blog comments powered by Disqus