Forbes Travel Guide has announced the latest recipients of its prestigious star ratings, with London leading the way in the five-star category.
A total of 19 hotels in London, including six new additions, were awarded five stars, cementing the city’s position as the number one globally for five-star properties.
The six new additions are: Brown’s Hotel, a Rocco Forte Hotel; Four Seasons Hotel London at Ten Trinity Square; Rosewood London and The Berkeley. The Egerton House Hotel and The Milestone Hotel & Residences join Hotel 41 to give Red Carnation hotels a triple Five-Star hotel win for the city.
In the 2020 Forbes Travel Guide, a total of 432 five-star distinctions were awarded to hotels, restaurants and spas across the world, with 107 new five-star awards announced, owing to the company’s expansion across 16 countries.
Four Seasons maintained its position as the brand with the most five-star hotels adding 11 new five-star hotel awards to its collection.
“It’s a privilege for Forbes Travel Guide to honor such magnificent hotels, restaurants and spas from all corners of the globe. Each deserving recipient excels at enriching people’s lives through the power of exceptional service,” said Filip Boyen, CEO of Forbes Travel Guide. “Our role at Forbes Travel Guide is to establish our annual star ratings with absolute independence and integrity and champion those at the very top of their game.”
The 2020 awards celebrate 1,898 Star-Rated properties in 73 countries; the full list can be found here.