The Grand, York
As one of the UKs top five-star hotels, we pride ourselves on impeccable service and always going the extra mile for our guests.
From our award-winning cookery school and indulgent spa to our wonderful array of food and beverage outlets, the hotel offers indulgence for all.
As one of the best luxury hotels in York, when visiting, guests are guaranteed to experience ultimate elegance.
Whether staying in one of our exquisitely designed suites which provide the perfect setting for a little extra luxury and space, or one of our fantastic rooms which are spacious yet stylish, you are guaranteed to be looked after at York’s best address.
Our staycation packages allow guests to explore York and all it has to offer.
Enjoy the comforting surroundings of The Grand whilst dining in The Rise and enjoying the perfect Yorkshire breakfast. Explore our array of hotel experiences from our Gourmet Package to the ultimate celebration break.
The Grand was originally built in 1906 as a ‘Palace Of Business’ for one of the most powerful railway companies in Edwardian England. With no expense spared in the pursuit of luxury, The Grand now boasts some of the finest meeting rooms, event spaces and conference facilities in York.
We have a host of drinking and dining options for every occasion at The Grand, from Modern British Cuisine to contemporary afternoon tea in The Rise Restaurant, Terrace and Bar.
Our sweeping staircases are made for sumptuous photography and our stunning Edwardian architecture and original features are guaranteed to impress.
From intimate weddings to grand affairs, we have two beautiful rooms to conduct ceremonies and host wedding breakfasts, in addition to elegantly appointed bedrooms to accommodate your guests.
Escape the city in our secluded, tranquil spa. Housed in the atmospheric former vaults, our expert therapists offer luxury treatments alongside our indoor pool, aromatic steam room, nordic dry sauna and relaxation lounge.
Be sure to stay at one of the best York spa hotels in the North Yorkshire region.