5 Red Star Rating Awarded to Alexander House Hotel for Outstanding Service
Luxury hotel and spa, Alexander House in Sussex, has been awarded Five AA Red Stars for outstanding service. This is the highest accolade that can be awarded to hotels and means that Alexander House joins just 49 other hotels in England with this rating. Other Five Red Star hotels include Claridge’s, The Dorchester and The Ritz in London.
Alexander House owners, Peter & Deborah Hinchcliffe, expressed their delight at being awarded this prestigious acknowledgement of the hotel and its dedicated staff: “We are absolutely delighted that Alexander House & Utopia Spa has been awarded the prestigious 5 Red Star rating, joining just 31 other hotels outside of London. It is a wonderful recognition of all the hard work and dedication given by each member of the team at Alexander House. It has only been a few years since we were first awarded a 5 Star rating, so we are thrilled to receive another acknowledgement our outstanding service.”
In 2012, AA awarded them with Five Star status, making Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa one of the highest rated hotels outside of London and now in 2019, they have taken it one step further with a Red Star rating.
Located only an hour outside of London, Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa is proudly part of the Alexander Hotel Collection. Set among 120 acres of parkland and gardens, you will feel worlds away from the city noise. The hotel is often praised for being the go-to countryside escape, with an award-winning spa, Michelin Starred restaurant and beautiful bedrooms.
Escape to the British countryside and visit out Jacobean manor just an hour outside of London. Our extraordinary 5 Red Star hotel with 120 acres of beautiful gardens is the perfect destination for romantic getaways, relaxing spa experiences, grand celebrations and intimate gatherings.
Dating back to the 17th century, Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa has a fascinating history that traces back to when a Roman road ran past the western boundary. One stone from the boundary dates to 1608 – a history that now stands proud in the luxurious 1608 Champagne Bar.
The original house, famed for its grandeur, held connections to luminary poet Percy Bysshe Shelley and was later purchased in 1909 by the former Governor of the Bank of England. Fast forward to 1984 when the mansion was meticulously refurbished, restored, and renamed Alexander House Hotel.