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Based in the cultural hotspots of Paris, Amsterdam, London, and the Cotswolds the locations of our hotels are rich in heritage, history and culture. Each of our hotels are unique, with impeccable design and friendly, approachable service.

Scroll down for a look at our sister hotels in the Cotswolds (UK), London, and Paris.

L'Hotel, Paris

One of the smallest five star hotels in Paris, L'Hotel has been a secret hideaway over the past two centuries. With quintessential French charm and glamour, L'Hotel is nestled in the heart of the Left Bank, amidst the cultural riches, bohemian soul, and high fashion of St Germain-des-Prés.

Oscar Wilde’s last home, and the heart of Parisian society in the swinging sixties, it has been remodelled by renowned designer Jacques Garcia. It is home to the acclaimed one Michelin star Le Restaurant and chic Le Bar.

The Portobello Hotel, London

Located on a quiet street in the centre of West London’s Notting Hill, famed for its eclectic spirit and eccentric charm, The Portobello Hotel is the stylish combination of two converted neo-classical mansions with 21 bedrooms.

One of London’s most well-known boutique hotels, it was founded in 1971 and ever since has been THE hotel for those in the know from the world of music, show business, and fashion. It has hosted many famous faces over the years.

Cowley Manor, The Cotswolds

Cowley Manor is a 30 bedroom contemporary country house hotel and spa located in the glorious Cotswold countryside surrounded by 55 acres of parkland, woods, and meadows. The gardens feature natural springs, lakes, and Victorian cascades.

With emphasis on comfort, service, and very few rules, Cowley Manor is the ideal place to relax, unwind, and indulge in the heart of the British countryside.