Set in the heart of one of London’s most desirable neighbourhoods, The Kensington hotel occupies a prime location on the corner of two iconic thoroughfares, Queen’s Gate and the Old Brompton Road.
Situated in four grand townhouses, the hotel’s grand, stucco façade is characteristic of this affluent 19th century district, which is home to cultural treasures like The Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and The Royal Albert Hall within walking distance, and the green spaces of Kensington Gardens and Hyde Park and world-famous stores such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols close by.
With open fires found in nearly all the hotel’s ground floor reception rooms, entering The Kensington hotel feels rather like walking through the doors of a lovingly-restored London mansion.The high ceilings and heritage décor evoke a sense of Victorian grandeur, while the hotel’s famously friendly and engaging service creates a relaxed ambience reminiscent of an exclusive private members club. The warm jewel tones, creative English menu, and easy atmosphere at Town House restaurant mean drinks and dinner with friends easily becomes a night to remember.
Set on a picturesque bend in the river, just a short walk from Cork city centre, The River Lee hotel occupies a unique position in this charming historic city. Ireland’s ‘second city’ is a lively cultural hub with an opera house, independent art galleries, museums and theatres, vibrant nightlife and a growing craft beer scene and hosts several festivals throughout the year – notably culinary, music and film. Additionally it boasts a thriving foodie scene centred on the famous English Market and is ideally placed for visits to kiss the legendary Blarney Stone, the historic fishing town of Kinsale and the rest of Ireland’s ruggedly beautiful southern coastline.
The River Lee hotel is one of Cork’s leading business and social destinations. All aspects of Cork local life are played out here, from business events and family celebrations, to casual get-togethers in the hotel’s highly popular Weir Rooms including the Weir Room Restaurant, Bar and Terrace on the Weir; a key location in Cork’s growing food scene. Resident guests also have complimentary access to the hotel’s in-house health and fitness club with a 20m swimming pool and spa.
Nestled close to Dublin Airport and Dublin city centre, the hotel enjoys a unique location - just steps away from the historic and world-famous Croke Park Stadium, the spiritual home of Ireland’s native Gaelic games and one of the city’s leading venues for international conferences and headline concerts.
With its convenient location just minutes from the city centre and all of its attractions as well as primary business parks, The Croke Park hotel is an excellent choice for those travelling for business as well as leisure.
Families receive a warm welcome at The Croke Park hotel, which is close to many of Dublin’s concert, nightlife and cultural venues – The 3Arena, Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Dublin Zoo are all within a 10-minute drive. The hotel’s lively bar, restaurant and heated outdoor terrace, which plays host to live music and summer barbecues, are popular destinations for locals as well as visitors to Dublin.
The Bristol hotel enjoys an unbeatable waterfront location in the heart of one of the UK’s most exciting cities.
Blending a modernist façade with an interior where boutique-style warmth and contemporary design pervade throughout, The Bristol hotel is all at once a wonderful leisure and business destination.
With its lively harbourside position, The Bristol hotel is at the heart of a thriving creative quarter, restaurant and nightlife scene and perfectly placed to access Bristol’s theatres, museums and art galleries; shopping in Cabot Circus, home to ninety shops including Harvey Nichols and House of Fraser; local attractions like the Clifton Suspension Bridge and SS Great Britain; and the city’s aerospace, engineering and financial services companies.
Popular among Bristolians and offering lively local ambience, the hotel’s River Grille and Shore Café Bar offer relaxed harbourside dining for all occasions coupled with lovely harbourside views, while The Bristol’s Meetings and Events Centre is one of the largest and most comprehensive in the South West of England.