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    Hotel du Vin, Harrogate Review

    Prospect Pl, Harrogate HG1 1LB, UK
    Hotel du Vin, Harrogate Review
    4 Star Rating
    Tags: Harrogate, UK, Luxury reviewsThe Bill: £279 per night

    We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Hotel du Vin Harrogate, from the comfort, location and service they offered.

    A stone's throw from the centre of Harrogate, Hotel du Vin has two AA rosette-awarded bistro Restaurants and a champagne bar what is there not to love?!

    This boutique hotel was the perfect weekend away to relax, rejuvenate and rewind from our busy life, allowing us to explore Harrogate’s town. Being so close to the town; the hotel provided us accessibility and freedom to travel wherever we desired, giving us the chance to understand why the town consistently tops the polls as ‘Britain's happiest place’.  It's a great place to bring family and friends together; is a sanctuary from the busy London life.

    The hotel's interior design was welcoming and inviting, and every small detail had been considered to ensure pure comfort. Our stay was a space in which we felt at ease, a space in which we could unwind. We were looking for a touch of luxury to our weekend getaway, and Hotel du Vin felt just that. We were impressed by everything they offered, from customer service to onsite parking and everything in between. 

    It was a wonderful experience and would recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy Harrogate.

    When we arrived at the accommodation, we were welcomed by Catherine, a member of the front-of-house team, and shown to their ‘Robert Mondavi Junior Suite’. The whole experience was professional yet amiable. The suite was gorgeous; the room was clean, the atmosphere was light and airy and the attention to detail was second to none; from luxurious hand-sprung mattresses, Egyptian cotton towels and a deep bath-tub to soak in...

    The room was spacious, offering a king-size bed, ottoman and couch to lounge in. They provided everything you would need for a good night's sleep, boasting several complimentary amenities - creating a serene space to wake up in. 

    In terms of the award-winning bistro the hotel offered, they had a real sense of sophistication, serving traditional French food with regionally sourced ingredients to create a heartwarming dish. It was the perfect space to relax and do, allowing us to soak in the good vibes and buzz of the hotel. 

    Here, we found enticing menus, and attentive and knowledgeable waiting staff which explained the á la carte dining dishes, the ingredients and the talent of the chefs who put them together. If you are looking to wine and dine, the bistro du Vin is the absolute spot you need to check out. Here, they serve artisanal coffee, and an ample selection of teas from 6:00 am and then this bistro revolutionises into serving a selection of cocktails, offering a comprehensive list of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. 

    The hotel catered to all our needs, from offering their local expertise, to making reservations at their bistro and local restaurants, the team was on hand to help us with whatever we required during our stay. It was a wonderful experience and would recommend it to anyone looking to enjoy Harrogate.

    Photos courtesy of Hotel du Vin, Harrogate

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