Take a look inside the most expensive hotel rooms in Bucks and dare to dream of a night in luxury.   

If you can spare more than £350 for a one night stay in Bucks, then maybe it’s time to book into one of these glamorous rooms.

From marble bathrooms to roaring fireplaces and golf courses, this really is a look into how the other half lives. 

Here are the most luxurious hotels rooms on Booking.com in Buckinghamshire: 

Cliveden House, Taplow

Suite with garden view


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Cliveden House in Taplow really is fit for a king and is set amongst stunning National Trust gardens.

This historic Italianate mansion is described as combining exquisite Edwardian elegance with modern luxury, fine cuisine and faultless hospitality.

The Cliveden Dining Room Restaurant has three AA rosettes and there is also a spa and wellness centre, fitness suite and two swimming pools. 

The suite has been newly refurbished in a traditional, classic style.

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Luxurious and generously proportioned, the suites feature high ceilings and are decorated with antiques and original works of art.

Relax on the handmade king-sized bed and take in the beautiful views across the estate whilst cosying up in front of your own roaring fire. 

Stoke Park, Stoke Poges

Signature suite mansion


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Founded in 1908, Stoke Park is a five-star luxury country club, spa and hotel in Stoke Poges near Slough.

The immaculate manor house has 49 bedrooms and suites, three restaurants, bars and lounges plus nine private function rooms.

A real look into the lives of the rich and famous, Stoke Park has a 27-hole championship golf course, 4,000ft gym, an award-winning spa, 13 tennis courts, a swimming pool and steam rooms plus a spa garden with Scandinavian sauna and outdoor hot tub. 

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With no expense spared the mansion rooms are all individually designed and furnished with fine art, priceless antiques, large beds and en-suite marble bathrooms.

Hartwell House, Aylesbury

Royal four poster room


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This picturesque stately home is set in more than 90 acres of gardens and parkland designed by a contemporary of Capability Brown - Britain's most famous landscape designer. 

Owner by the National Trust, Hartwell House is a Grade 1 listed Jacobean and Georgian property in Aylesbury.

No stranger to catering to the needs of the mega-rich with the Queen Mother, Kylie Minogue and Bill Clinton are among their most notable guests.

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The four-poster bedrooms were once resided in by King Louis XVIII and his Queen. They are situated at each corner of the house and have king-size beds.

The posh rooms are furnished with fine antiques and works of art and they enjoy large windows with views over the parkland and lake.

Macdonald Compleat Angler, Marlow

Deluxe queen room

£359 - with breakfast

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Located on the banks of the River Thames with unparalleled views of the Marlow Weir is the Macdonald Compleat Angler. 

The iconic hotel is home to the prestigious Sindhu restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, the Riverside Restaurant also has an AA rosette. 

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Described as quintessentially English this elegant four-star bedroom is complete with a marble bathroom, designer Elemis toiletries and flat-screen TV.

The room also boasts a stunning four-poster bed with a lounge area and balcony which overlook Marlow weir.

Danesfield House Hotel and Spa, Marlow

Duplex suite


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Last but not least is the jaw-dropping four-star Danesfield House Hotel and Spa in Marlow.

For £599 you could enjoy a night in the duplex suite which is split over two levels and equipped with mood lighting to really help build romantic ambience. 

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The suite also includes a bedroom with Emperor size bed, an additional seating area and open plan bathroom with an elegant freestanding bath.

All prices correct at the time of publishing for a one night stay on Saturday 14 November 2020.

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