Crazy Bear Hotels: The UK’s Most Unusual Hotel Brand?

With a name like Crazy Bear Hotels, the brand would struggle to hide its identity as a truly unusual hotel experience, yet the name fails to give away the brands true fusion nature where Asian cooking meets European entertainment.

The Crazy Bear Stadhampton (Oxford) – This is the original hotel for the brand and has had a loyal following for coming up on two decades now.

The hotel boasts a range of eccentrically themed rooms and suites all set in a stunning 16th century public house.

Rooms have to be seen to be believed, each an individual work of art based around a central theme “copper” “white” and “Jet Black” to name but three of the 14 rooms available.

When it comes to dinning, the hotel has two equality good restaurants serving both English and Thai menus. Many specialist ingredients and food stuffs are available including Gloucestershire old spot pork and Welsh Badger Face lamb reared on the hotels very own farm.

The Crazy Bear Beaconsfield – Rooms at the Beaconsfield branch are simply given numbers however, like the Stadhampton branch each room is a complete work of art. A favourite feature of many rooms is the free standing copper baths placed in the middle of bedrooms, as opposed to en suite.

In addition to the English and Thai menus served, the Beaconsfield branch is soon to offer a Japanese option. What to keep it simple, go for the all day Sunday lunch, the hotel offers a non-nonsense two and three course option with a choice of four roasts available.

Fitzrovia – Unfortunately there are no rooms here, this is the club element of the brand. The club offers a variety of entertainments and shows including the clubs famous cabaret shows. If dinning is more your thing, stop by to enjoy some of the finest Thai food in the city.

So if looking for a hotel which offers hotel rooms which are a compelate work of art and an intresting fusion of British and Asian dinning all toped off with some of the best entertainment in town go for the Crazy Bear.

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