Best UK hotels for a luxury weekend break named – from Art Deco to football legend themes

Half of Britons are planning an autumn break this year. Incredibly, a third are planning two breaks and 10 percent are planning three or more.

The top three best hotels interiors in the UK are in London.

Claridge’s epitomises Art Deco.

Holidaymakers will no doubt love its checkered 1920’s-inspired flooring and mirrored foyer.

The Savoy mixes Art Deco and Edwardian décor.

A wooden gazebo and grand piano welcome visitors in its foyer.

The black velvet and £38,000 gold leaf details of the Beaufort Bar will transport Britons to a world of true luxury.


The Ritz offers something different, with a Louis XVI and Imperial Russian décor.

Heritage furniture, palm leaves and a golden palette make the Ritz a fantastic luxury getaway option for holidaying Britons.

The Witchery in Edinburgh has won plenty of awards, and it’s no wonder.

The red walls, painted doors and panels, and gold accessories make The Witchery a truly luxurious haven in Scotland.

Ramside Hall Hotel in Durham has suites, deluxe bedrooms and even a luxury treehouse.

The décor is ultra-modern British, with ambient lighting and cool calming tones.

Manchester’s Hotel Gotham is an award-winning hotel with two AA rosettes for its restaurant, a private rooftop bar and a castle-like design.

Monochrome flooring, gold bathtub and bedside lamps as well as references to comic book references throughout make Gotham a truly unique hotel.

One of the oldest hotels in Britain, The Mermaid Inn has secret passageways and smugglers tunnels, and is rumoured to be one of the most haunted buildings in the country.

The old headquarters of the Hawkhurst Gang, the inn’s décor leans towards the intriguing with linenfold panelling, low beams and artwork around each corner.

Last on the list is The Shanky Hotel in Liverpool, which honours the life of football manager Bill Shanky.

There is a whirlpool jacuzzi in every room and a brown and gold palette throughout.

10 best UK hotel interiors

1. Claridge’s – London

2. The Savoy – London

3. The Ritz – London

4. The Witchery – Edinburgh

5. Ramside Hall – Durham

6. Hotel Gotham – Manchester

7. The Crab and Lobster – York

8. Kings Street Townhouse – Manchester

9. The Mermaid Inn – East Sussex

10. The Shankly Hotel – Liverpool

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