Ashford Castle

"No request is too large, no detail too small"

President & Founder Beatrice Tollman has built Red Carnation Hotels with a vision for service excellence and a passion for generous hospitality. Today the collection proudly stands at 20 exceptional properties around the world, each unique and special, whilst sharing the founding values that define the family-owned and run business.

The hotel collection is lovingly named after the signature flower Mrs. Tollman’s husband always wears, and this symbol of hospitality is also worn by every member of the team.

Red Carnation Hotels is part of the TTC family of brands and works in proud partnership with its TreadRight Foundation to #MakeTravelMatter.

Covid-19 update for our guests

Dining under the stars at Bushmans Kloof

 

EXTRAORDINARY EXPERIENCES

The guest experience is always at the heart of Red Carnation, where talented teams exceed expectations with warm and caring service, delicious cuisine and thoughtful touches. We also connect guests with the local destination through beautiful design, curated art collections, restorative wellbeing programmes, and authentic and meaningful local experiences.

OUR HOTELS

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From The Milestone Hotel & Residences, a beautiful historic mansion hotel in the heart of London, to the truly iconic Oyster Box in South Africa, each Red Carnation Hotel is unique and characterful, with a legacy that we are honoured to continue across our exceptional collection.

SUSTAINABILITY

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Red Carnation Hotels is committed to protecting the natural and cultural heritage found in each location. We are dedicated to building a sustainable future for the surrounding communities and wildlife, to maintain a sense of place for many years to come.

Latest news

The Original Sweetshop Afternoon Tea
Family activities this Autumn

Explore the capital this half-term with our family-friendly activities across Central London.

13th October 2020

Woman celebrating at The Oyster Box
Tales from our travellers

In honour of World Tourism Day and TTC’s 100th anniversary, we share our favourite stories from guests which remind us why we do what we do.

25th September 2020

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