Posted by Becky
Last week a handful of Superbreak staff got invited to visit two of the stunning Radisson Edwardian hotels, the Radisson Edwardian at Heathrow and the new Radisson Edwardian Guildford, which opened in September 2011.
Leaving the Superbreak offices on Friday afternoon we travelled down to London with East Coast Rail and onto the Radisson Edwardian at Heathrow Airport. After the journey from York it was a great feeling to walk into the hotel’s beautiful lobby. With a glamorous chandelier, elegant staircase and luxurious seating areas the hotel provides a superb first impression. Once we were allocated our rooms we prepared for the evenings entertainments. The rooms are chic, spacious and totally quiet despite being a stones throw from one of the worlds busiest airport..
In the evening we were warmly welcomed by the staff into the stylish Newbury suite. With its own waterfall, palm tress and Koi Carp it was the ideal setting for the evening ahead. With a sumptuous array of food from all four corners of the globe we were treated to a taste of luxury, from the mouth watering buffet to an array of delectable desserts there was something to suit all tastes. Retiring to our rooms late on in the evening, sleep came easily.
Waking on the Saturday morning we grabbed a quick breakfast before stepping on the coach to head down to the Radisson Edwardian Guildford.
Guilford is a bustling market town nestled on the edge of the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Radisson Edwardian Guildford hotel offers a superb base for exploring the area. Stepping into the hotel lobby you are greeted by a superb space, with a grand chandelier, feature book shelf including decorative ladder (a tribute to the author Lewis Carroll) and warm snug to sit and wait it offers a friendly and warm welcome.
The hotel exudes style from the design of the toilets to the features of the bedrooms and the open spaces of the lobby this is a hotel you’d want to stay in time and time again. It also features a luxury spa, well-equipped gym and choice of restaurants.
After we’d been shown this stunning hotel we headed back on the coach to begin our long journey home, but Guildford is definitely a town to add on to your destination list and we’ll be heading back there again soon.
Radisson Edwardian has 14 hotels, many of which are based in the capital. Have you visited any of the Radisson Edwardian hotels?