Here are the most popular hotels in Hertfordshire and what everyone says about them.
With reviews of 8.9 stars or more, people have flocked to these top hotels for their hospitality, spoiling rooms and excellent facilities.
In the midst of a third lockdown with non-essential travel completely banned, it can be hard to think of a time we will be able to treat ourselves to a holiday or night away.
However if we go back to something similar to the tiers system then we could be booking that well-deserved night away a little closer to home – so why not start looking now?
These are the best reviewed hotels in Hertfordshire according to Booking.com:
The gorgeous Banyers House in Royston is the top reviewed hotel in Hertfordshire – it features a restaurant, bar and garden.
Guest rooms in the four-star hotel are equipped with an ensuite, complimentary toiletries, comfy beds and a flat-screen TV.
Guests at Banyers House also benefit from a stellar continental or à la carte breakfast that has been raved about in the reviews.
Boasting characterful features throughout, the bedrooms boast antique beams, exposed brickwork wood panelling, and wallpapers created by British designers, with the modern luxury and comfort you’d expect from a hotel rated this highly.
Prices start at £316 for two people for a two night stay, with breakfast included.
As the best rated hotel in the whole of the county on Booking.com previous guests have absolutely raved about their stay at Banyers House giving it nine stars.
One guest, Maria, claimed it was an “absolute gem” and the perfect place for a weekend getaway.
She said: “The staff were absolutely phenomenal and we were made to feel so welcome throughout our stay.
“The hotel is beautifully decorated but has a relaxed feel.”
Booking.com has a rigorous category system for customers leaving reviews asking them to leave a rating out of 10.
Banyers House was awarded 9 stars or more for all categories including cleanliness, value for money, comfort and facilities.
Located in St Albans the grand Torrington Hall fuses the eccentricity of its original building with contemporary and unique design.
The property boasts a range of outstanding services including on-site parking, WiFi and kitchenettes with dining rooms close to each room.
Torrington Hall costs £348 for two people when booking a two night stay with free cancellation.
The impeccable rooms are kitted out with luxurious double beds, a modern and spoiling bathroom suite as well as a comfy and cosy living area.
Previous guests have left the hosts incredible reviews and rated it as exceptional with nine stars.
Comfort, cleanliness and location were the highest rated qualities with nine stars or higher left by previous guests.
All of the recent reviews state that the hotel is “superb”.
Previous guest Jason said the hotel was situated in a great Victorian property with an amazing room to match.
He commented that the staff were “very accommodating and friendly” which is a common theme throughout all of the reviews.
The Cock Inn
The Sheering Inn is among the most raved about places to stay in the county offering top quality service and terrific food.
The 17th century coaching inn has everything you need for a cosy and contemporary stay in a traditional environment.
The Inn serves homemade British and European cuisine and you a “superb” breakfast is included in the price of the room – a double room costs £140 for a two night stay.
With more than 460 views this incredible hotel has gone down a storm with previous guests.
Previous guest Huw said he would stay again without hesitation.
He said: “Scrupulously clean throughout, with top-notch Covid precautions.
“Comfortable bed, excellent freshly cooked breakfast. Fantastic ambience in the pub with friendly and helpful staff.”
The Inn received 9 stars of more for its staff, location, comfort, cleanliness, WiFi and value for money.
This boutique hotel in the gorgeous village of Welwyn has been awarded an impressive 9 stars by reviewers.
The Wellington has a restaurant bar and garden serving an “exceptional” breakfast daily.
A two night stay in a king room costs £240 including breakfast.
Returning customer Chloe said: “The room was beautifully designed and the staff were lovely and welcoming from the moment we stepped through the door.”
With more than 170 reviews, they were awarded more than nine stars for staff, cleanliness, location, comfort and facilities whilst value for money and WiFi were given more than eight stars.
The Comet London Hatfield
A two night stay at The Comet London Hatfield costs £245 including breakfast and free cancellation.
With a range of facilities there is practically everything you could ask for. All of the rooms have a flat-screen TV and ensuite – couples in particular have rated this stay as “superb” with 9.1 stars.
The Comet London Hatfield provides an English or Irish breakfast daily and guests can enjoy the shared lounge and bar.
People who have stayed here have raved about the cleanliness, comfort and staff – rating these categories with more than 9 stars.
One previous guest, Julia said the room was lovely and well worth any extra money.
For more information visit Booking.com.
All prices correct at the time of publishing for a two night stay from Monday, July 5 to July 7 2021.
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