About Boutique Hotel London

Boutique Hotel London has traded successfully in the high-end three star hotel market for over 27 years Boutique Hotel London is a privately owned hotel company, specialising in 3 star hotel operations. Incorporated in March 1983 to acquire the leases of two London properties, the Great Eastern Hotel, Liverpool Street and the Great Northern Hotel, Kings Cross, Compass Hotels Ltd has traded successfully in the high-end three star hotel market for over 29 years.

Since 1983, the Company has owned and operated or managed up to 12 hotels, including the creation of and management / operation of Andrew Weir Hotels Ltd, at the time a group of six hotels, between 1986 and 1993. During the recession of the early 1990s the Company managed, on behalf of several institutions, a number of hotels in receivership. In 2009, Compass Hotels successfully operated four properties on behalf of foreign investors on short term hotel management contracts.

Today, we retain the freehold of two hotels, The Abbey Hotel in Bath and Manor House Hotel in Alsager, Stoke on Trent and we are actively seeking new hotel management contracts. It is the Company’s intention to expand predominantly through management contracts, consultancy and advice work and details of our management services can be found on this site. Leasehold opportunities would be considered, subject to location, with both commercial and leisure business.

The Company believes that, despite the ever increasing number of budget style hotel operations, there will always be a place for three star hotels offering service and value for money. To this end, the Company chooses to market its current owned hotels through the Best Western Hotels brand which we believe represents the individual style and appeal of each of the hotels and underpins our goals and values.

I hope you will enjoy looking through the website, reading about our properties and all they have to offer. Thank you for visiting the website.

History

The earliest United Kingddom began around the year 1000 AD, beginning with the arrival of William the Conqueror from the shores of Normandy. William quickly established several strongholds on the island, including the Tower of London in downtown London. He proclaimed himself ruler, and in later generations, his heirs developed and expanded the kingdom to envelop most of modern day England.

England became a powerful force under the reign of Queen Elizabeth(reign 1556-1602). Under her leadership, the British became one of the most economically and militarily powerful kingdoms in Europe. England would continue to dominate the continent into later years, establishing an Empire in the 1800s that included major colonies in Africa, India, America, and the West Indies.

At the end of the first World War, England, along with her ally nations, defeated Germany and the Ottoman Empire, once again showing dominance over the continent. At the end of the war, most of England’s colonies were given independence and allied as part of a “common wealth of nations.” England again proved itself in World War II, defeating Germany and the Axis Powers, and establishing economic dominance lasting into the present day.

Attractions England has a wide range of sites and attractions, from historic monuments and buildings, to modern day wonders, parks, and entertainment. You might want to visit Stonehenge, one of the oldest man made structures on the planet. Or perhaps you would like to see something more modern, such as one of the many castles and palaces scattered around the island. England is also known for its amazing soccer teams. Catch a game watching Manchester United. The possibilities for entertainment are endless.