Welcome to The Red Carnation Hotel Collection
Voted the number 1 hotel in the UK by TripAdvisor, and with a prestigious Forbes Five Star Rating, 41 is an exquisite hidden gem overlooking the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace and minutes from Victoria Station.
A chic black and white design runs throughout, including the famous Executive Lounge where guests are invited to ‘plunder the pantry’.
There are just 12 fully air-conditioned suites. Each one is an exquisite reimagining of the safari experience, showcasing the finest Southern African artisans and creating a design that is utterly in tune with its surroundings.
Quietly surprising touches are everywhere, from the lily-inspired spa to the chance of a life-changing sleep-out beneath the velvet night sky.
Your royal adventure begins when you enter through the grand stone gates of our remarkable 800-year-old castle. Discover our exquisite interiors, delicious cuisine, passionate team, a wealth of estate activities and state-of-the-art spa.
As a National Geographic Unique Lodge of the World, Ireland’s top hotel destination and former home of the Guinness family, we are exceptional in every sense.
President and founder Beatrice Tollman built Red Carnation Hotels with a vision for service excellence and a passion for generous hospitality. Today the collection proudly stands at 19 exceptional properties around the world, each unique and special, whilst sharing the founding values that define our family-owned and run business - celebrating their 100th anniversary.
The hotel collection is lovingly named after the signature flower Mrs. Tollman’s husband always wears, and this symbol of hospitality is also worn by every member of the team.
The guest experience is always at the heart of Red Carnation, where talented teams exceed expectations with warm and caring service, delicious cuisine and thoughtful touches. We also connect guests with the local destination through authentic and meaningful experiences, beautiful and restorative design, and curated art collections. These hotels are truly the art of hospitality.