Luton Hoo

Luton Hoo

The Mansion House,
Luton,
Bedfordshire, LU1 3TQ
UK
Tel: +44 (0)1582 734437
Website: www.lutonhoo.co.uk
Luton Hoo Hotel & Spa in Luton
Beyond the magnificent facade of the Mansion House which greets guests on arrival, lies a 5 star hotel, which is like no other in the home counties. However, guests quickly discover that behind the imposing grandeur of Luton Hoo, the atmosphere is very relaxed and welcoming.

In 1903 Luton Hoo was bought by Sir Julius Wernher, a leading diamond dealer who commissioned Charles Mewes and Arthur Davis, the architects of the Ritz Hotel in London, to redesign the interior of Luton Hoo in a lavish Edwardian ‘Belle Époque’ style.

Purchased by Elite Hotels in 1999, Luton Hoo Hotel & Spa opened in 2007 following an investment of more than £60 million and a painstaking restoration programme.
Luton Hoo as Shrublands, in Connery's final Bond film Never Say Never Again (1983)
Luton Hoo can be seen in many films. Both exterior and interior scenes were filmed here for Sean Connery's 1983 return as 007, Never Say Never again.

The Grand Staircase, inside the main house, was used in a small scene for 1999's The World Is Not Enough. When James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) breaks into Elektra King's residence in Baku, he finds himself at the bottom of the stairway pictured here.
The stairway inside featured inside Elektra King's Baku residence in The World Is Not Enough (1999)
Luton Hoo Spa featured in Never Say Never Again as Swaddley Airbase
Never Say Never Again @ Luton Hoo
The building that is now Luton Hoo Spa is visible in Never Say Never Again as Swadley Airbase. Jack Petacchi leaves the airbase in this scene, only to be killed moments later by Fatima Blush.
Luton Hoo Estate is a former farm / industrial area kept in tact for filming purposes
Jack Petacchi killed by Fatima Blush at Luton Hoo Estate
Luton Hoo Estate is a former farm / industrial area kept in tact for filming purposes. Here, Jack Petacchi was killed by Fatima Blush
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