It’s impossible to resist the charm of Angleterre Hotel
Hotel Savoy echoes the very essence and elegance of Florence.
Art deco curves meet 19th century stature at Rocco Forte’s The Charles Hotel.
Browns will always have ageless appeal, effortless glamour and a desirable London address.
Scottish tradition meets contemporary styling at Edinburgh’s Balmoral hotel. Dine at Michelin-starred restaurant, Number One, which has recently undergone a full refurbishment.
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The luxurious Rocco Forte Hotels brings together a family of 10 properties. Each showcasing a unique sense of style, character and personality - inspired by the city that it inhabits and the magnificent architecture it occupies.
Expertise and attention to detail are at the heart of the Rocco Forte ethos. This distinguished portfolio exudes exclusivity and epitomises the same core values; luxurious accommodation bursting with character, fine dining experiences, class-leading facilities, the highest levels of service and central city locations. It's this that makes Rocco Forte Hotels an irresistible choice for the ultimate 5 star city break.
Hotel Astoria, a Rocco Forte hotel, St Petersburg - Enjoy 4 nights for the price of 3 for travel until 31 Mar 17.
Angleterre Hotel, St Petersburg - Enjoy 4 nights for the price of 3 for travel until 31 Mar 17.
Hotel de Rome, a Rocco Forte hotel, Berlin - Enjoy 3 nights for the price of 2 for travel until 31 Dec 17. Offer valid for Sunday arrivals only. 3 for 2 during July & August is valid on any arrival day.
Verdura Resort, a Rocco Forte Hotel, Sicily - Receive up to 25% discount when staying a minimum of 4 nights. Valid for selected travel between 01 Nov -01 Sep 17.
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Let the five star kids programme take the stress out of your family holiday - little ones and older children will be well-catered for at all Rocco Forte hotels. Toys, a temperature tester and plenty of bubbles make bath time fun-packed for little ones. Whilst older kids can curl up in their dressing gown and slippers as they play board games, watch movies or lose themselves in their favourite comic or book. Teddy turndown service lets them enjoy homemade cookies and milk as they snuggle down with a hotel teddy.
Astoria in St Petersburg has an upstanding reputation and a long list of illustrious guests reaffirming. For a taste of the finer things in life enjoy extravagant caviar and champagne at the Astoria Café. Or choose to stay at Angleterre, where accommodation has been thoughtfully designed and decorated by Olga Polizzi - many of which also frame spectacular views over St Isaac's Cathedral.
History is engraved in Berlin’s Hotel de Rome where original features have evolved into class-leading facilities - the impressive views from the rooftop terrace shouldn’t be missed. At the heart of Munich, Rocco Forte’s The Charles Hotel combines art deco interior design with a large collection of artwork by 19th century artist Franz von Lenbach. It is also home to the city’s largest indoor hotel pool. And at Frankfurt’s Villa Kennedy you’ll discover its tranquil private garden and sumptuous spa create a haven for relaxation.
Hotel de Russie offers a stylish boutique hideaway with a secret garden oasis providing a tranquil retreat in the heart of Rome. In beautiful Florence, Hotel Savoy mirrors the elegance of the city with its echoing fabrics, materials and artworks. While Verdura, Rocco Forte’s Sicilian resort, offers pure escapism with its secluded Mediterranean beach, infinity pool, world-class spa and uninterrupted views from every private terrace.
Enjoying one of London’s most desirable addresses, Brown's Hotel was the first hotel to open in 1837. Its ageless appearance and effortless glamour has ensued its desirability. The award-winning afternoon tea at The English Tea Room has been a tradition since Queen Victoria’s time.
The Balmoral is one of Edinburgh’s most recognisable hotels. Its interior may have been enhanced by contemporary design but tradition is evident throughout, from the 400 malts, blends and vintages displayed at Scotch Bar to the traditional cuisine with a Scottish twist, served at Hadrian's Brasserie.
Hotel Amigo is set in a 500 year old building, with a story to tell – from the cobblestoned lobby floor to the traditional tapestries that adorn the walls beside Tintin memorabilia. Dine al fresco and enjoy sumptuous Italian cuisine at the award-winning Bocconi restaurant. Or head to Bar Amigo, the ideal spot for an aperitif facing the picturesque town hall.