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An impressive spa with eight pools, a Roman-style heat suite and a menu of pampering treatments is the centrepiece of this luxury hotel. Relax in the hydrotherapy pool with a glass of Champagne under the sun or stars before dining at the four AA-Rosette restaurant, whose dishes are exquisitely executed by Michelin-starred chef Steve Smith.

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Just off the busy A30 London Road between Ascot, Sunningdale and Wentworth with its prestigious golf club and three championship courses. The M3 (Junction three) is close by and it's 45 minutes by car from central London. Bagshot railway station is seven minutes by taxi. Royal Windsor with its grand castle and River Thames, Savill Gardens, Thorpe Park amusement park and Windsor Great Park with polo on Smith's Lawn in summer are within easy reach.

By car: around 1 hour from London, 2 hours from Birmingham and 3 hours 40 minutes from Manchester. There is free parking on site.

By train: from London Waterloo you can catch a train to Woking, the journey lasts 23 minutes. From Woking station, the hotel is a half hour taxi ride. Book trains to Woking.

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This sprawling resort has a split personality: a charming 18th-century ivy-clad main house and a modern extension opposite featuring bedrooms and a maze of corridors. Grand chandeliers, wall-length tapestries and vintage furniture grace the house. Bedrooms are contemporary in style and facilities top-notch. The vibe is buzzy and relaxed.


Service is impressive and the staff are highly trained. Check-in is friendly and professional, and we were escorted to our room. Later on, a concierge provides us with an interesting history of the hotel. Activities include a three-hole golf course, tennis, nature trail, jogging track, croquet, board games and DVD library.

  • Relaxed bistro and bar
  • Four AA Rosette restaurant
  • Eight spa pools
  • Two swimming pools
  • Tennis
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The rooms, some of which are in the main house, are individually styled and beautifully appointed with heavily-patterned wallpapers and winged armchairs. The artwork is tasteful, and bedside spotlights and vanity mirrors are conveniently positioned. Bathrooms are luxurious, some have a roll-top bath. The Twickenham suite has an eight-person Jacuzzi.

Room types: Traditional, Smart, Cosy and Deluxe Family rooms, Junior Suite, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, seating area, work desk


Dishes in the flagship four AA-Rosette Latymer restaurant are creative and exquisitely executed. Tasting menus - cue oyster emulsion with sorrel granita - and wine pairings are the star of the show. The two AA-Rosette Brasserie is more casual in ambience and menu. Breakfast is top-notch, comprising healthy bowls and eggs cooked to order all ways.

Latymer: One Michelin star, four AA Rosettes. Formal fine dining. Dinner served Weds-Sun 6-7.30pm. Tasting menu £110pp.

Hillfield: Casual, hyper-local produce. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Mains from £19.

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