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Richmond Harbour Hotel & Spa, Richmond-Upon-Thames, London
Set in an 18th-century Georgian property, this welcoming hotel is conveniently located at the top of Richmond Hill, across the road from verdant Richmond Park. It's part of Harbour Hotels, who own a collection of mostly coastal properties around the country. You may be far from the beach here, but it oozes a subtle coastal vibe, with bright, airy interiors with striped fabrics, lively pops of colour and a heavy dose of greenery throughout. There's a well-equipped spa complete with swimming pool, sauna, steam room, gym and spin studios, and an airy restaurant serving modern British dishes. It's the perfect place to bed down if you're after a comfy hotel with great facilities that won't break the bank, all a skip and a hop away from London's largest Royal Park.
We love the fact that the hotel is surrounded by greenery. You could easily spend the day exploring the area without barely seeing a car.
The hotel is on top of Richmond Hill, with Richmond Park across the road.
By car: the hotel is 4 hours from Manchester, 2 hours 30 mins from Bath and 1 hour 30 mins from Southampton. Free parking is available on-site.
By train: London Waterloo to Richmond takes 20 minutes. The hotel is a 10-minute drive from the station. thetrainline.com
Style & Character
Perfect for those seeking comfortable digs with great facilities that won't break the bank. We love the laidback atmosphere and tasteful, vibrant furnishings that bring a homely touch.
Service & Facilities
The treatment rooms are equipped with massage tables draped in dark sheets. When you place your head in the face cradle, it's all dark, making for a particularly soothing and relaxing massage experience.
- Fitness centre
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
We love the spacious Superior Rooms, equipped with king size beds and adorned with nature-inspired prints by London-based artist Kristjana S Williams. The fun design with bright pops of colour lends the interiors a youthful vibe.
Deluxe Room, Superior Room, Standard Room, Cosy Double Room
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom, bathrobe & slippers, TV, tea and coffee facilities, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
The atmosphere and décor is busy, fun and eclectic - think textile art on the walls, wicker chairs, nut-brown leather armchairs and hanging potted plants. There's also a lovely outdoor patio shaded by a huge magnolia tree. The rib-eye steak is particularly good. Rich and juicy, it melts in the mouth.
The Gate: modern British dishes, all-day dining and afternoon tea. Mains include pork chop with sage mash and monkfish tail with wilted spinach. Open daily. Dishes from £14.