The Grand, York is York’s most luxurious address. Housed in the former North Eastern Railway Headquarters, the iconic Edwardian building retains much of its stunning architecture and original features, and provides an idyllic setting for a city break in York, or a base to explore the region. As the city’s only accredited five-star hotel, The Grand offers unrivalled service, elegance and style with a warm Yorkshire welcome and fantastic views across the city walls and York Minster.
There’s nowhere quite like The Grand to enjoy quintessentially British Afternoon Tea. Book into The Rise for Grand Afternoon Tea, served with a large selection of coffees and tea as well as Champagne, Prosecco and even with Hendrick’s Gin with our Tipsy G & Tea experience.
Afternoon Tea at Hudsons is our brand new, signature Afternoon Tea experience. Presented with silver service in the serene setting of our fine dining restaurant, take in views of York’s city walls as you enjoy a selection of savoury treats, scones and cakes. The menu features The Grand’s own blend of tea and is also available with tea pairings, Champagne and cheese courses, truly an experience designed to be savoured.
New for 2019, The Cookery School at The Grand, York offers Express, Half- and Full-Day classes, with a host of international cuisines and speciality classes to choose from. With 16 fully-equipped stations, and an adjoining dining area, The Cookery School offers a unique experience where you can have fun and learn something new.
Housed in the building’s atmospheric former vaults, the luxury spa features an indoor pool, sauna, steam room and gym and is the perfect escape from the city. Book in for a rejuvenating treatment, or explore our stay, spa and dine packages.
For those special occasions and events, The Grand’s graceful Edwardian architecture and distinctive meeting spaces provide a unique setting for corporate meetings, parties and weddings. And where better to celebrate Christmas or welcome in the New Year?
If you are searching for the finest hotel in York, then look no further than The Grand.