Five star hotels in North Yorkshire
NORTH Yorkshire is home to luxury hotels and we used Booking.com to find some of the most upscale in the area.
Each hotel on this list has five stars, decadent rooms, and enviable amenities that add a touch of luxury to your getaway.
A spokesperson for Booking.com said, “Our platform is for everyone and weekend getaways are a great way to break routines and create amazing memories in no time!
“In today’s climate, some travelers may wish to indulge their overseas travel a bit more, especially since many of us have booked trips closer to home in light of current restrictions and, hence, save money on other trips. costs such as flights and transfers.
“As a result, we can see people investing in more lavish housing than they historically would, and affording themselves a little higher budget.”
The Grand, Station Rise, York
This is considered to be one of the most majestic hotels in York.
It’s hard to believe that the Grade II listed building was once a railroad headquarters as its interiors are now much more luxurious.
The hotel has a luxury vaulted spa with swimming pool, hot tub, sauna and steam room.
Guests have a choice of regular rooms or more decadent suites.
The Penthouse Suite is described as ‘the ultimate in luxury’ – it is beautifully designed with plenty of space, a separate living area and a claw-foot tub.
Best of all, guests of this room can enjoy views over the York skyline.
Learn more on the Booking.com website.
Goldsborough Hall, Church Street, Knaresborough
Stay here if you want to feel like royalty for a day, as this stately mansion was once the home of Princess Mary, Queen Elizabeth II’s aunt.
The 400-year-old building also has a Jacobean library and is set on 12 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds.
The main hall suites all have a hand-carved four-poster bed, an ivory leather Chesterfield sofa and an en-suite bathroom.
However, a Superior Suite here could cost over £ 795.
A spokesperson for the hotel said: “Where else can you spend a luxury night in a Princess Royal’s house – the former home of HRH Princess Mary in the 1920s?
“Guests can explore beautifully landscaped gardens, views of an open park, and a large vegetable garden with produce grown on site.”
Visit Booking.com for more information.
Judge’s Accommodation, Lendal, York
What Judge’s Lodging lacks in size, it more than makes up for in size.
The Grade I listed Georgian townhouse overlooks York Minster and is just minutes from the Theater Royal.
The rooms themselves are described as ‘comfortable’ and ‘elegant’, with bespoke furnishings and plush beds.
The most expensive room in the hotel is The Judge’s Suite. Prices for this room start from £ 210 per night.
This suite features a super king-size bed, as well as six heated mirrors, perfect for weddings.
Find out more on Booking.com.
Principal York, Station Road, York
Formerly the Royal York Hotel, this hotel is known for its peaceful gardens. It even has a new garden room overlooking York Mister.
The Principal York has exceptional leisure facilities, which include a sauna, steam room and heated indoor swimming pool.
The rooms at this hotel are a blend of modernity and traditional features – the most majestic rooms have spectacular views of the gardens.
The junior suites have an open-plan design and have a spacious living room; The Signature and Principal suites have separate bedrooms and living rooms, with great attention to finishes.
Curious to know more? Visit the Booking.com list.
Grantley Hall, Ripon
This room describes itself as the “hidden gem” of the Yorkshire Dales which prides itself on attention to detail.
It features an on-site gourmet restaurant, as well as the Three Graces Spa.
Grantley Hall is home to 47 deluxe guest rooms, including deluxe rooms and spacious suites.
The Presidential Suite is one of the best rooms in the hotel – it has its own large living room and even has a grand piano.
The bathroom is the focal point of the suite, with a walk-in shower that doubles as a Klafs hammam.
Book this hotel on Booking.com.