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Grantley Hall and Chewton Glen among winners at 37th annual Condé Nast Johansens awards

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Last night saw the winners of the 37th annual Condé Nast Johansens awards announced, with some of the country’s best hotels honoured as part of the glittering ceremony.

The winners were revealed at The May Fair Hotel in London, where hotels from UK & Ireland, Europe & The Mediterranean, Central & South America, Canada, USA, México & The Caribbean and Asia, Africa, Indian Ocean & Middle East were recognised for their excellence.

Chewton Glen was named the Best for Romance, while Best Newcomer was awarded to Grantley Hall, which opened this year after a multi-million pound restoration of the 17th century Georgian mansion.

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The winner of Best Service was The Rubens at the Palace in London and Best Small and Exclusive Property went to Twr Y Felin, which is headed up by Paula Ellis, winner of the Independent Hotel of Show’s Hotelier of the Year 2019.

Driving sustainability in the sector was Whatley Manor, awarded the Best Hotel for Sustainability accolade.

UK & IRELAND WINNERS

Best for Meetings or Conferences – in association with Harrogate Spring Water

The Mandolay Hotel – Surrey, England

Best for Weddings, Parties or Special Occasions – in association with Harrogate Spring Water

Deer Park Country House – Devon, England

Best Hotel with Spa – in association with Alpha Wellness Sensations

Saunton Sands Hotel and Source Spa & Wellness – Devon, England

Best Destination Spa – in association with Alpha Wellness Sensations

Boringdon Hall Hotel and Gaia Spa – Devon, England

Best Newcomer or Back on the Scene Hotel – in association with Davy’s Wine Merchants

Grantley Hall – North Yorkshire, England

Best for Furry Friends – in association with Newhall Publishing

Tewkesbury Park – Gloucestershire, England

Best for Romance – in association with Molton Brown

Chewton Glen – Hampshire, England

Best Service – in association with Hewi

The Rubens at the Palace – London, England

Best Serviced Accommodation – in association with Criton

Berkeley Suites – Bristol, England

Best Small & Exclusive Property – in association with Criton

Twr y Felin Hotel – Pembrokeshire, Wales

Best for Families – in association with Criton

The Grove – Hertfordshire, England

Best Luxury Value – in association with Enhance Hospitality

The Eastbury – Dorset, England

Best Dining Experience – in association with Enhance Hospitality

COMO The Halkin – London, England

Best Waterside Hotel – in association with Molton Brown

Isle of Eriska Hotel, Spa and Island – Argyll and Bute, Scotland

Best Countryside Hotel (or Lodge) – in association with Molton Brown

Burley Manor – Hampshire, England

Best Urban Hotel – in association with Hoogly Tea

The Athenaeum Hotel & Residences – London, England

Best Hotel for Sustainability – in association with Hoogly Tea

Whatley Manor Hotel and Spa – Wiltshire, England

Best Accessible Bedroom (including bathroom) – in association with Hewi

Watersmeet Hotel – Devon, England

Readers’ Award – in association with Pol Roger Brut Reserve NV Champagne

Cary Arms & Spa – Devon, England

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