A hotel in the Scottish Highlands has been named one of the most stylish on the planet by popular fashion magazine GQ.

Introducing the list of extraordinary hotels, the publication said: "From an off-grid desert oasis to Kim Jones’ go-to Tokyo spot, we scoured the globe to track down the most visually exquisite hotels we’ve laid eyes on."

The Scottish hotel wasn't the only UK spot on the list, with Estelle Manor in Oxfordshire also being highly recognised.

See the Scottish hotel named one of the most stylish on the planet

The Fife Arms in Braemar was one of two British hotels named among the most stylish on the planet.

Revealing the Scottish entry, GQ said: "Not content with helming one of the art world’s mega-galleries, the couple behind Hauser & Wirth have turned their hand to hospitality.

"The Fife Arms, on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, is a hunting-lodge-meets-Tate-Modern (think Logan Roy on a shooting weekend)."

"Discussing what guests can get up to during a stay at this spot, the publication added: "At the end of a dreich day on the moors, you can down your dram of whisky under a Man Ray photograph. Or a Picasso painting. Or a Lucian Freud portrait."

The hotel is equally beloved by visitors, with users on Tripadvisor giving it a 4/5 rating out of 466 reviews.

One person wrote that it is "an absolute gem of a hotel," while another added that it "has a charm to it which is unmatched."

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Estelle Manor in Oxfordshire was also praised for its aesthetics with GQ writing: "Fashion crowds aren’t often drawn to the muddy depths of the Cotswolds. But Estelle Manor has taken the stuffy English country hotel playbook and chucked it out of the window.

"No detail, from the sprawling Roman-style baths to the monogrammed leather coasters, was left uncurated in the refurb of this Jacobean manor house.

"Owner Sharan Pasricha and the legends at Roman and Williams had a field day bringing the hotel and members’ club to life, blowing out on ornate chandeliers, Victorian antiques, and a surplus of silk sofas."