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Britain's most amazing hotel experiences
  • At W London, you can say goodbye to the generic mini bar thanks to the hotel's Mega Bar, a luxurious in-room bar service complete with a personal mixologist, sound system and disco ball, which allows suite guests to sip their favourite drink in their own cocktail bar. The imposing Mega Bar is wheeled into suites and features a worktop, deluxe leather panelling and a handcrafted gold-hammered sink, as well as an array of the finest liquor to be shaken, stirred and sipped into the night. A Screening Suite costs from £440 per night.
  • Fans of Harry Potter can spend the night in a Hogwarts-inspired dorm room in the heart of Pimlico, London. Hiding away behind a secret passageway of the Georgian House Hotel is the mysterious Wizard Chambers. Featuring faux castle details such as stained-glass windows, Gothic arches, trunks, portraits and beds hung with velvet curtains, the rooms offer guests the experience of staying in a magical dormitory, complete with four-poster beds and curious artefacts. Look out for the little touches: a retro phone, wooden owl and the Victoria toilet with the 'Ministry of Magic this way' sign. Wizard Chambers start from £289 per night.
  • For hotel guests who fancy browsing and trying on the latest clothing styles without leaving their room, InterContinental London Park Lane has teamed up with Harvey Nichols to offer its guests access to the Style Service, an exclusive in-room fashion solution at the ring of a bell. A specially-dedicated number in the hotel’s four halo suites connects directly to a fashion professional who will edit through the store collections to find your perfect style. They will then bring a selection of pieces to your suite, so whether you're heading to the theatre or are in need of a complete wardrobe to take home, the expert team has it covered. The halo suites start from £5,000 per night.

  • Rocco Forte’s The Balmoral in Edinburgh offers a Tartan Butler service for guests wishing to learn more about their history and heritage. Before arriving at the hotel, you can tell Tartan Butler Andy Fraser the names of any known Scottish ancestors. He'll then establish a connection to one of the thousands of clans and traditionally recognised tartans. Once he has tracked down your tartan, Andy can arrange a trip to a kilt shop for a fitting and he'll even create a bespoke tour of your own Scottish region, visiting the places that an ancestor was born or spent their life.
  • For a fabulous surprise during your stay at London's Ham Yard Hotel, you can book a lane at its private, American-themed bowling alley or hire the entire space for a party for up to 250 people. The original 1950s' Croc Bowling Alley features bowling ball returns imported from Texas and manufactured by the iconic Brunswick Bowling, with original touches such as hand warmers and visible return runs. The solid maple bowling lanes were specially commissioned, making it one of only a few of its kind in the UK. Vintage bowling shoes, bowling pin lamps and back-lit bowling balls complete the experience, along with the choice for bowlers to have UV pins and shoelaces. £20 per person, per hour.

  • A must for those who enjoy classic cocktails mixed in a world-class setting, The Savoy's masterclass is run by stars of the bartending world, the American Bar or Beaufort Bar, and includes four cocktails and a three-course meal at the hotel's luxury restaurant, Kaspar’s Seafood Bar and Grill. At the American Bar, you can choose cocktails based on London boroughs including Westminster, City of London, Camden, Hackney, Islington, Tower Hamlets, Greenwich and Covent Garden. At the Beaufort Bar, guests can enjoy cocktails that push boundaries in a theatrical and art-deco setting. £185 per person.
  • VIP guests staying at Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh are offered the exclusive opportunity to drive one of Lamborghini’s top models, including the Lamborghini Huracán RWD Coupé and the Lamborghini Huracán Spyder, accompanied by Lamborghini’s professional drivers. The Waldorf Astoria Driving Experience provides guests with the unique chance to get behind the wheel of one of the world’s most elite supercars during Edinburgh Fringe Festival (from 25 to 27 August 2017). The experience includes a 30-minute driving session led by a Lamborghini driving instructor, which follows a customised driving route that takes in the best sights of Edinburgh. Driving sessions are free but must be booked.
  • The Langham's Sterling Suite offers a whopping 450 square metres and six bedrooms for guests who like plenty of space. The stunning suite, inspired by the sterling heritage of English pageantry and precious materials, costs from £24,000 per night, with luxurious features including private lift access, a fine Drawing Room with a dual-tone piano, as well as a Salon, Dining Area, separate Home Theatre lounge and a Master Bedroom with a Master Salon living area, Master Bathroom and expansive Dressing Room. Naturally, the suite comes with a personal 24-hour butler service.
  • London's The Wellesley allows guests to be dropped off in style during their stay, with complimentary use of its own Rolls-Royce. The luxury car is available to take you anywhere within a 1.5 mile radius of the Knightsbridge hotel, which is included in the cost of the stay. This means that you can use the service to be dropped off at places such as Harrods and the Royal Albert Hall in comfort and style, without the additional price tag. Rooms at the hotel are available from £435 per night.
  • Guests staying in one of The London EDITION’s suites are greeted by a virtual in-room bartender. Curiously placed on the hotel’s signature drinks trolley, a book with the words 'open this book and tell no one' reveals a virtual video cocktail class led by global Hendrick’s gin ambassador David Piper. Two signature cocktails – Inspector Gimlet and Caught by the Fizz – which were created by Davide Segat of the hotel's bar Punch Room can be recreated by you in your own suite. The ingredients are presented in Hendrick’s bottles on the trolley, as well as all of the mixing, stirring and shaking apparatus and glasses. Suites from £795 per night.
  • On the banks of Loch Earn in Scotland, guests with four-legged friends at The Four Seasons Hotel can enjoy the use of a doggy concierge. The service includes a specially-created canine menu which boasts fun treats, a Pet Butler to take your dog on early morning walks by the loch and a pet-sitting service, as well as a Personalised Pet Listening Service for every room for you to keep an eye out for the whine while you dine. The hotel's Pet Butler can also arrange grooming services including a wash and blow dry, nail clipping and ear cleaning. Prices vary and start from £8 per hour.

  • TripAdvisor's number one hotel in the UK for 2017 has a penthouse unlike any other. Hotel 41's Conservatory Suite provides guests with a breathtaking view of the night sky through a glass roof, so you can relax and recline in your luxurious suite while stargazing for a truly unforgettable night in London. Furthermore, its Night Under the Stars package includes an astronomy star book, telescope for stargazing, a 'Name a Star' certificate, a flight of Champagne served as the sun goes down and the Plunder the Pantry service to indulge in 24-hour dining and snacking, with midnight treats galore. Prices for the package start from £1,358 per room per night.