A number of top boutique hotels in the UK were awarded a Conde Nast Johansens accolade last night at the annual awards ceremony in London.
A total of 16 awards were handed out to managers and owners of some of the country’s most prestigious hotels including Dormy House Hotel, Cliveden, Llangoed Hall and Hotel Tresanton, in front of a star-studded hospitality crowd.
The Conde Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence, now in their 34th year, are based on responses from online voting, guest feedback, and Local Expert reports drawn from the hotels featured in the brand’s most recent Guides together with those featured online.
Last night’s ceremony was held at The MayFair Hotel in London and also awarded a number of hotels in Europe as well as hosting the Champagne Tattinger Wine Awards.
The full list of winners were:
Best Newcomer or Back on the Scene – Cliveden House, Berkshire, England
Best for Romance – Inverlochy Castle, Highlands, Scotland
Best Service – Linthwaite House, Cumbria, England
Best Villa or Serviced Apartment – The Milestone Apartments at The Milestone
Hotel & Apartments, London, England
Small and Exclusive – Glazebrook House Hotel, Devon, England
Best for Families – Cheval Three Quays at the Tower of London, England
Best Value – Oakley Court Hotel, Berkshire, England
Best Dining Experience – The Atlantic Hotel, Jersey Channel Islands
Best Hotel with Spa – Dormy House, Worcestershire, England
Best Waterside Hotel – Hotel Tresanton, Cornwall, England
Best Countryside Hotel – Old Swan & Minster Mill, Oxfordshire, England
Best Urban Hotel – The Marylebone, London, England
Best for Green Practises – Llangoed Hall, Powys, Wales
Best for Meetings – Warren House, Surrey, England
Best for Weddings, Parties and Special Events – Whittlebury Hall Conference,
Training Centre, Hotel & Spa, Northamptonshire, England
Condé Nast Johansens Readers’ Award – Watersmeet Hotel & Restaurant, Devon,