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Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa - Elite Hotels

Luton, Bedfordshire

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The Mansion House

Luton Hoo, Luton





 Golf Course


An 18th century Mansion House transformed into a five-star hotel providing a magnificent location for weddings, honeymoons, civil & partnership ceremonies. Capable of hosting intimate weddings for as few as 8 guests, up to ceremonies and receptions for 300, you can be assured of a magical and memorable occasion.




A lovely Christmas meal. The service was impeccable including the speed at which the courses were brought out. Pricing was very reasonable too. We come here several times a year and would wholeheartedly recommend anyone who enjoys fine wining and dining to venture here also. Many films have been filmed here so you may well recognise parts of it.

I've Luton Hoo on several occasions and have always found the staff to be very polite and approachable. The service has always been very good. I cannot fault the service nor the food. But I would think twice before taking a young baby, as through no fault of the baby they can be noisy which unfortunately can be disturbing to others visiting.

A visit for Afternoon Tea so can only comment on that. Lovely venue and fantastic service from the front door to the moment you leave. Very attentive staff and a nice selection of teas and food. The grounds are nice for a stroll in the warmer sunnier times.

Visited Adams Brasserie for lunch. The signage had been poorly located leaving me wandering around hunting for the entrance. It didn't he'll that someone had a carpet cleaner running behind the door which made it sound as though you're entering the boiler room! Apart from the fact that they have an a la carte and a specials menu - from which you are not allowed to mix and match, despite this the food was lovely. The waitress was a rather pushy eastern European young woman who, despite the fact that we were the only couple dining for at least half an hour until a few more people arrived, repeatedly, forcefully, loudly and totally unnecessarily kept interrupting our meal and conversations throughout with needless questions was very irritating. We also had multiple waiting staff asking if we wanted to order drinks, food etc. A nice quiet lunch became a laborious affair. A tip for the waiting staff - don't say 'partner' to a guest when you've assumed their relationship say 'dining companion'. My good friend of 30 years and I were lunching but she had assumed were married.

Lovely place for our afternoon tea. Good variety of food and the service friendly and polite. The grounds amazing and the manor itself full of many stories. Would recommend.