Mitre Hotel – 1
“When a hotel snuggles up to a palace, the magic inevitably rubs off. In the case of the Mitre, however, there’s wizardry afoot – just look at those spellbinding Thames views.”
‘Idyllic’ doesn’t do it justice. The Mitre has one of the prettiest locations in all of Surrey. There, we’ve said it. With a history that stretches back to 1665 – the hotel was commissioned by Charles II and used as a lodging house for royal guests – and a riverside brasserie that serves up eye-popping views as standard, you’re in for a one-of-a-kind stay.
All rooms exhibit vintage elegance and come fully equipped with free Wi-Fi and espresso machines – expect great coffee, and space, lots of space. ‘Exclusive’ bedrooms enjoy gorgeous views of Hampton Court Palace or the River Thames. And, if you want to feel like a head of state, you can opt for a night in the sumptuous King Henry suite.
Take a stroll through leafy Kingston-upon-Thames, or head in to the capital for some shopping – on the banks of the River Thames, the Mitre Hampton Court Hotel is just 30 minutes from central London by train. There is limited free parking on-site.
Why We Love This Hotel
- On the banks of the River Thames
- 3-minute walk from Hampton Court
- Riverside dining - watch boats sail by
- Glass of white in the Minstrel's Library
- Afternoon tea on Thameside sun terrace
- Espresso coffee machine in your bedroom
- Commissioned by King Charles II in 1665
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free parking (16 cars)
- 36 Bedrooms
- 3 Meeting room
- Check-in: 15:00
- Check-out: 11:00
- Ground floor rooms