Check in to one of these 7 best new hotels in the UK

Remember room service? Crisp, fresh, hotel bed linen? The subtle scent of luxury when you walk in the door? The day has finally arrived when we can check in to our favourite hotels, so here are 7 of the best new hotels in the UK. 

The Mayfair Townhouse, London

The Mayfair Townhouse, 27-41 Half Moon St, London W1J 7BG

The Mayfair Townhouse hotel, LondonRe-opening on 17th May after its initial unveiling in December 2020, The Mayfair Townhouse is the sister property to Cliveden, the grand dame of the UK hotel scene. The hotel's location on Half Moon Street in Westminster is packed with literary associations. With richly-designed interiors, an impressive art collection and an atmospheric bar aptly named The Dandy, this luxury stay is an impressive addition to the capital.

The Mayfair Townhouse hotel, LondonThe Double Red Duke, Clanfield, Oxforshire

The Double Red Duke Bourton Rd, Clanfield, Bampton OX18 2RB
The Double Red Duke hotel, Cranfield, UK

The Double Red Duke is the latest opening from Sam and Georgie Pearman's stable of restaurants and hotels. Food is at the heart of this countryside stay, with a typically innovative menu — milk and honey lamb chops with pea and haggis salad, anyone? There's plenty to do nearby too — boat, walk, swim, sail or kayak. The hotel staff can even arrange for you to go shooting, if you're that way inclined. 

The Harper, Norfolk 

The Harper, North St, Langham, Holt NR25 7DH

The Harper hotel, Norfolk
Opened this week on 10 May, this North Norfolk hideaway is set to cause a stir. Just a mile from the beach at Blakeney, the 32-bedroom hotel is a converted flint barn in the pretty village of Langham. The restaurant menu changes by the day, with some of East Anglia's rising culinary stars at the helm. There's even a spa, with an inviting pool infused with natural light and bespoke treatments designed exclusively for the hotel by Irene Forte Skincare. 
The Harper hotel, Norfolk

Kingsland Locke, Dalston, London

Kingsland Locke, 130 Kingsland High St, London E8 2LQKingsland Locke, Dalston, London

This quirky, pastel-hued aparthotel is the latest from the Locke group, whose expansion plans show no sign of abating (look out for Cambridge, Lisbon and Munich, coming soon). Designed to be an enticing hub for the local East London community, there's even an on-site microbrewery, gin distillery and kebab restaurant.

The Randolph Hotel by Graduate, Oxford 

The Randolph Hotel by GraduateBeaumont St, Oxford OX1 2LN

The Graduate hotel, Oxford, UKOpening later this summer, this is one of the first properties from the US-based Graduate hotel group to open on UK shores (the second will be in Cambridge, which figures). Bathrooms will be kitted out with Malin + Goetz amenities, whilst interiors pay homage to the building's heritage. Can't bear to leave your beloved pet behind? Furry friends are welcome for an extra £25 a night. 

NoMad, London 

The NoMad, 28 Bow St, London WC2E 7AW

NoMad hotel, LondonDon't miss this impressive London launch—it's set to be one of the hottest hotel openings of the year. Another US import, this is the first international property from NoMad hotels. Housed in a former magistrate's court in Covent Garden, this 92-room hotel on Bow Street is hip but elegant, with interiors designed by can't-put-a-foot-wrong Roman & Williams. The three-story glass atrium, an all day dining destination, is its crowning glory, whilst there's also Common Decency, a craft cocktail lounge, and SideHustle, the NoMad's take on the lively British pub.

NoMad hotel, London

The Yard Bath

The Yard Bath, 1 Monmouth Place, Bath BA1 2AT

The Yard hotel, BathOpening on 1st June, 14-bedroom boutique hotel The Yard is the newest addition to the city. Breakfast is included in the room rate — a curated hamper of produce from local suppliers is delivered to your door each morning at 8am for now, whilst social distancing requirements remain in place. Limited spots are available to book if you'd prefer to start the day downstairs. Come evening, the ground floor coffee space transforms into a relaxing bar, with a drinks list curated from lesser known wine regions, biodynamic and organic growers, and local breweries. 

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