Red Carnation Hotels' gift to you


From Harrods vouchers to a 'Name A Star' certificate, find out what Red Carnation Hotels is giving its guests.



01st November 2018

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With the season of giving almost upon us, The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is pleased to present our treasured guests with a little something special. Several of The Red Carnation Hotel Collection’s properties offer prestigious packages that include a thoughtful gift in addition to an unforgettable stay. From custom-made jackets and wellington boots for visitors to our castle in Ireland to a little something to delight fashion lovers in London’s Knightsbridge, here are a few of our seasonal offerings.


An extraordinary room in an illustrious hotel, the Conservatory Suite in the penthouse of Hotel 41 has, as its name suggests, a glass roof that offers uninterrupted views of the night sky above London. Make the most of this spectacular suite with the hotel’s A Night Under the Stars package. It includes a personalised Name a Star certificate in addition to an exquisite pure silk scarf designed by Mrs Tollman herself. Pop the cork on the Champagne provided and toast to something special beneath a canopy of stars.

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Shopping insider

To make the most of London’s celebrated retail emporiums, there’s no better location than the Egerton House Hotel. Right in the heart of Knightsbridge, it’s a few minutes’ walk to the English capital’s most distinguished department stores. The hotel’s There is Only One Harrods package is our gift to shopping enthusiasts. It includes a two-night. stay at the Egerton House Hotel as well as a £100 voucher to spend at world-renowned department store Harrods. For an indulgent refreshment after your shopping jaunt, join us back at the hotel for our award-winning Afternoon Tea in the tranquil environs of the Drawing Room.

A Hideaway retreat

A private retreat with tranquil views across Lough Corrib, the Hideaway Cottage at Ashford Castle combines all the luxury and service of a five-star hotel with the intimacy and exclusivity of an idyllic cottage in secluded woodland. What was once the boathouse now serves as a lavishly appointed residence for two that’s been constructed and furnished using original materials from the Castle. As an additional touch, guests receive jackets and wellington boots by heritage Irish brand Jack Murphy to take home.

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Treats for four-legged guests

Given their unwavering loyalty and devotion, dogs definitely deserve a little spoiling too, and The Red Carnation Hotel Collection is delighted to offer pet-friendly hotel packages. The Milestone Hotel & Residences in Kensington provides a comprehensive Pets service, ensuring that our four-legged guests are treated to the best possible care and hospitality during their stay. Furry friends are presented with a thoughtfully compiled welcome hamper, which includes a toy, a unique tag and some canine-focused London tips. At dinner time, pick something they’ll love from the carefully considered Pet Menu, before tucking them up in a custom-made Milestone Hotel & Residences pet bed, complete with duvet and cushions. Whether they save their Turndown Treat for the morning is up to them.

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Image Credits: Lead image Egerton House Hotel afternoon tea in the Drawing Room © Red Carnation Hotels. Hotel 41 Penthouse Conservatory Suite © Red Carnation Hotels. Ashford Castle Hideaway Cottage © Red Carnation Hotels.Milestone Hotel Pets © Red Carnation Hotels.

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