Discover the new Pride of Britain Hotels to join the ranks in the Channel Islands
The Atlantic Hotel has become the first hotel in the Channel Islands to be a part of the prestigious Pride of Britain Hotels collection while The Relais Henley in Oxfordshire has also been awarded the title
Pride of Britain Hotels was created in 1983 by a group of passionate hoteliers to reflect the collective ambition to offer the very best of curated British hospitality experiences to guests. Featuring the very finest privately-owned properties across the British Isles, today its mission still stands with over 50 of the best places to eat, stay and unwind. Pride of Britain Hotels include The Goring in London, Lucknam Park in the Cotswolds, Grantley Hall in the North of England, Grove of Narberth in Wales and The Torridon in Scotland.
The Atlantic Hotel is the only hotel in the Channel Islands to be part of this renowned luxury collection of British hotels.
Owner and managing director Patrick Burke comments: “We are delighted to have joined Pride of Britain Hotels and are very much looking forward to being part of this community of like-minded hoteliers. As a small, family-owned and run business we feel our values are very much aligned with the Pride of Britain Hotels’ ethos and we see this as a wonderful opportunity to strengthen our presence within the UK market.”
Also joining Pride of Britain in this latest intake is The Relais Henley, an idyllic waterside retreat recently revitalised by co-owners Tim Hartnoll and Grace Leo. Kalindi Juneja, CEO of Pride of Britain Hotels, comments: “We are thrilled to welcome The Atlantic Hotel in Jersey and The Relais Henley into our intimate collection of the very best hotels within the British Isles. The Relais Henley boasts stunning guest rooms and varied F&B options whereas The Atlantic Hotel is a coastal retreat that offers a range of memorable experiences. I have no doubt that our guests will enjoy nothing but exceptional stays at these two establishments.”