UK’s Most Stylish Venues named in Nationwide Awards

The Hilden Style Awards, powered by Vision Support Services, opened for entries back in May this year and sought to uncover the hidden gems in hospitality, restaurant and care home design.  
Hotel of the moment, Hotel Gotham in Manchester, took the crown for most stylish independent hotel or B&B, hot on the heels of its numerous accolades including Outstanding New Hotel from the Independent Hotel Show.

The Awards, which were open to small to medium or independent venues, aimed to find the crème-de-la-crème of smaller, more intimate venues which may otherwise have gone unnoticed amongst the larger chains and groups.  

The nine finalists were revealed earlier in September and following visits by Vision representatives to each of the establishments, the winners were then chosen following an intensive judging process.  

Winning the coveted restaurant category was sketch restaurant, in upmarket Mayfair, for its quirky and unique design. The restaurant is no stranger to exciting wins; placing 18th in the world’s best restaurant list by Restaurant magazine in 2005.  

Meanwhile the brand new most stylish care home category went to Bentley House, part of the Signature Group in Hertford. The judges were impressed with the level of thought that went into it and the attention to detail was impeccable throughout.  

Celebrating individual style and a keen eye for design, the annual awards came back for 2016 with a brand new look; new judges, new prizes and new categories. For the first time ever, global textiles giant Vision decided to open up the awards for care homes; recognising the increasing effort that healthcare establishments have been putting in to their interior design choices.

Judging this year’s awards were: Lee Birchall; Architect and Managing Director of DV8 Designs, Victoria Hargreaves; Vision’s Hospitality Sales Manager, Gemma Ralph; Deputy Editor of Hospitality Interiors magazine, Ellie Tennant; Interior Design Journalist, Lucy Forsyth; Vision’s Healthcare Interior Design Specialist and Jeremy Tring; Editor of Eat.Drink.Sleep magazine.

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