For exquisite fine dining there can be few more spectacular settings than The Wernher Restaurant, named after one of Luton Hoo’s most distinguished former owners. This part of the Mansion House was extensively remodelled in the early 20th century by the architects of the Ritz Hotel in London. It’s exotic marble panelwork and richly coloured fabrics are reminiscent of the Palace of Versailles.
Luton Hoo certainly sets the standard for all the other luxury hotels in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire to follow. There is a wide range of room and suite options to suit your taste and budget, and each one has been individually furnished and decorated to reflect its unique character, sometimes featuring silk lined and panelled walls, marble fireplaces and ornately decorated ceilings. Nearly all of the rooms also afford stunning views of the gardens and rolling parkland beyond.
The Parkland wing, a short walk from the Mansion House, has 38 air-conditioned bedrooms and suites, each equipped with flat-screen LCD television and broadband. Ground floor room and suites have their own private terraces, but to get the full effect of the sweeping views across the grounds the Roof Garden Suite is unmatched.
The Club House, built into the Grade II* listed Robert Adams stables which also houses the Spa, comprises 12 bedrooms with oak beams and vaulted ceilings. Some of the rooms have four-poster beds and are furnished and equipped with the golfer and Spa guest very much in mind.
Similarly, The Flower Garden wing, adjacent to the Spa, offers another 59 air-conditioned bedrooms and suites. And Warren Weir, a private, virtually self-contained venue, tucked into a loop of the River Lea, offers another 84 tastefully furnished bedrooms for both private functions, weddings and business events. Renowned amongst Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire luxury hotels for the quality of its facilities and service, at Luton Hoo you will enjoy the height of comfort.