Rooms & Suites: 49
You might remember Stoke Park from the movies when Sean Connery defeated Goldfinger in the famous golf game.
The epitome of 'the British club', Stoke Park is a palace, 'a dazzling vision of white stone, of terraces and cupolas'. Once owned by Queen Elizabeth I and by William Penn (after whom Pennsylvania was named), it is a dream of a stately home with gardens landscaped by Capability Brown and Humphrey Repton. In 1908, a 27-hole parkland golf course, known as Stoke Poges, was created. After 100 years, Stoke Park Club is still going strong: a GBP 13 million spa, health and racquet pavilion was completed in 2002. Sweeping stairs, marble pillars, chandeliers, vast marble bathrooms, four-poster beds, antiques and sumptuous furnishings, make staying at the Club the ultimate in luxury. Award-winning cuisine is served in any of seven private rooms or in the dining room and, with only 49 bedrooms and discreet service, you are made to feel like a very privileged guest. With a recorded history of more than 900 years, the 350 acre estate provides a unique combination of the traditions of a great members club and the best of today's sporting, leisure, entertaining and hotel facilities in one of the most convenient locations in Britain.
Stoke Park offers luxury 5 star standard accommodation within easy reach of Heathrow, Windsor and London. 49 exquisite bedrooms, open to members and non-members alike, boast the finest in interior design and comfort. In the Mansion house there are 21 bedrooms many open onto balconies where guests can enjoy breakfast or evening drinks overlooking the 350 acres of parkland and historic gardens. The Pavilion hosts 28 bedrooms that again have magnificent views of the grounds, the grass tennis courts and Windsor Castle. Each bedroom and suite is individually designed with antiques, paintings and original prints, satellite television; I-pod docking station, direct dial telephones, broadband, superb marble en-suite bathrooms with heated floors and mirrors, cast iron baths and most have marble showers.
Set within 350 acres of historic parkland and gardens, Stoke Park combines sumptuous luxury and refined elegance with some of the finest sporting and leisure facilities in the country. The exterior splendour of the breathtaking Palladian mansion is mirrored by the individually decorated bedrooms and suites, where antiques, sumptuous fabrics, and beautiful marble bathrooms with under-floor heating render each a masterpiece of luxurious indulgence.
As a guest, you have complimentary use of the Club's new Health and Racquet Pavilion (indoor swimming pool with hydro-seat jacuzzis, state-of-the-art gymnasium, multi-surface tennis courts, steam rooms, and dance and fitness studios) Residents may also book individual treatments from the spa's treatment menu. To avoid disappointment, it is advisable to book treatments, restaurant places, rounds of golf, tennis courts and lessons prior to your visit.
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"Top Ten Conference Hotel in the UK" - Conference and Incentive Travel Magazine
A-List - Luxury Travel Magazine Award
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Mansion Two Bedroom Suite Mansion Suite Pavilion Suite Mansion Junior Suite Pavilion Junior Suite Mansion Executive Room Pavilion Executive Room Mansion Room Pavilion Room
On-site: Indoor swimming pool, Tennis courts, Jogging track, Croquet, Fishing - freshwater, Snooker, Fitness Centre, Jacuzzi, Massage, Steam bath, Hairdresser. 27-hole golf course on-site. The Club of James Bond, 007! The Stoke Park Golf Club, has been recognized as the finest parkland course in England and attracts professional players from around the world as well as celebrity visitors. A true icon of English heritage, Stoke Park Club, with its 27 hole championship golf course - Stoke Poges, is one of the most special places in the world. Nearby: Horse racing, Horse riding
Weddings, Events & Meetings
Stoke Park is one of the finest and most accessible conference venues in the country. Elegantly decorated, naturally lit meeting rooms can effortlessly accommodate a board meeting or a product launch, working lunch or a full 120 sit-down dinner, while multilingual secretarial services, full audio-visual capability, and broadband connectivity ensure that Stoke Park's facilities are as serious as they are stylish.
The hotel is set in the Buckinghamshire countryside, 8 miles west of Heathrow Airport, 5 miles from Royal Windsor and 35 minutes from central London. Central London - 23 miles east Ascot Racecourse - 7 miles Windsor Castle - 5 miles Legoland - 6 miles Eton College - 5 miles Slough Trading Estate - 4 miles Runnymede (Magna Carta) - 9 miles
London-Heathrow International Airport (LHR)
May through October