You can’t really beat a classic approach to a romantic escape, and few things are more classic or classy than Champagne. With Valentine’s Day approaching, these are the spa hotels complete with Champagne bars for a classically romantic celebration…
Originally constructed in 1898, 30 James Street is in a Grade II listed building. It also has an illustrious shipping company past, located where the RMS Titanic was built. Within these hallowed halls sits the Carpathia Champagne bar. Here you’re invited to enjoy bubbles and cocktail overlooking Liverpool’s magnificent skyline. Sit either in the bar itself or on the terrace where you can watch the sunset.
When you visit this chic and contemporary hotel, take a little time to enjoy the atmosphere in the Champagne bar. A hive of activity at the heart of the hotel, it’s a chance to dress up, have dinner and turn it into a real date night. Flirt over Champagne cocktails, enjoy the buzzy atmosphere and people watch in this stylish treasure in Sheffield.
This all encompassing retreat in Cardiff has a wealth of facilities to its name. That includes the Salamanza Champagne Bar, named after a 12 bottle capacity Champagne bottle. It reflects a hint of the 1930s with a grand piano, modern art and a mirrored bar providing the backdrop.
After a mud rasul treatment combining a natural salt scrub, mineral clay mud and organic oil, head to the unique outdoor Champagne pool. A poolside Champagne service offering bubbles by the glass or the bottle in beautiful surroundings at this impeccably stylish hotel. It’s practically Riviera style in the UK.
Overlooking Green Park, this beautiful and elegantly positioned hotel does everything in style. Afternoon tea is served at The Rosebery. The Tea Master will delicately fuse together selected teas just for you, creating perfect matches with culinary delights from the menu. The cake stands are unique and the crockery is designed by the owner of Mandarin Oriental. In the evenings The Rosebery transforms into an elegant and sophisticated Champagne Bar offering premium champagnes and champagne cocktails.
Alexander House is a celebrity favourite destination and for good reason. A luxurious gothic mansion, it has a neoclassical spa and after all that pampering you can indulge in a range of dining experiences. From afternoon tea in one of the gorgeous lounges to the three AA Rosette AG’s. There’s also the less formal Reflections and the sparkling Champagne bar, 1608. With 145 wines and 30 hand-picked Champagnes, they serve beautiful cocktails. It exudes a sense of relaxed luxury that’s perfect cherry on top of romantic weekends.
In a spectacular location with views over the English Channel, Hythe Imperial is a warm and welcoming hotel with a relaxed atmosphere thanks to its seaside location. Central to the experience is the fine dining restaurant, which offers in-house Indian fusion food and a number of bars to relax in. The hotel is particularly proud to be the home of Moët & Chandon in Kent. It invites Champagne lovers to recline in an ice paradise of a bar with a glass of “the champagne of success and glamour since 1743”.
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