Vincent Hotel

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A dash of urban (and urbane) sophistication in northwest England’s Southport, Vincent Hotel shows how luxurious simple, modern design can be. The façade is heavy on glass, playing on themes of lightness and transparency that distinguish the hotel from its conservative neighbours on high-ticket Lord Street. The interior is an updating of the intimate, club-like space of classic English hotels in rich textures with bold colour blocking. The lobby is a study in black and white: a black marble desk, a white roll of carpet, and a dark wood floor set off luxurious leather armchairs, the contrast rendering every shape distinct.

Lighting is key to this high-contrast effect, and the attention to light carries over in the guestrooms. The 59 studios and one suite feature sconce and inset ceiling lights that flatter the rooms’ earth-toned objects and rich textures. Brocaded wallpaper and bespoke linens soothe the senses in the bedroom, while bathrooms feature the Omni Bath, a unique Japanese bathing concept. Back downstairs, the humbly named Café-Deli’s candlelight and international menu crown a room that combines all the hotel’s other design motifs in a calming, yet inspiring ambience, opening to the world (weather permitting) for al fresco dining. The Northwest never had it so good.

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Vincent Hotel
98 Lord Street
Southport PR8 1JR
United Kingdom

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