Accommodation Guide

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Staying in a Hotel is the hassle free way to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep.

Whether you are looking for a budget getaway or a 5* luxury hotel, there are literally thousands of hotels available across the UK.

Latest Hotels

  • Premier Inn Chorley North

    Malthouse Farm, Moss Lane, Chorley , Lancashire

    Ideally located within easy reach of the M6 and M61. In the heart of Chorley, this Premier Inn makes an ideal base from which to explore the local surrounds.

  • Premier Inn Glasgow East

    601 Hamilton Road, Glasgow, City of Glasgow

    Local attractions include the River Medina and historic Osborne House. For shops and local amenities Glasgow city centre is only 7 miles away.

  • The Bryn Howel Hotel

    Trevor, Llangollen, Denbighshire

    The Bryn Howel Hotel and Restaurant is set in the magnificent Vale of Llangollen in North Wales, one of the most beautiful areas in Great Britain where…

  • London Lodge Hotel

    134-136 Lexham Gardens, Kensington, London

    London Lodge is a 3 star town house hotel in a quiet street near Earls Court underground station. Parking & wireless internet are available.

  • Travelodge Huntingdon Fenstanton Hotel

    A14 Eastbound, Fenstanton, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

    Travelodge offers budget hotel accommodation at Fenstanton, Huntingdon providing great value and a comfortable nights stay.

  • Premier Inn Bridgend Central

    The Derwen, Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot

    Premier Inn offers great value hotel accommodation in clean and comfortable rooms in Bridgend.

Hotels in the UK

Whether you are travelling for business or pleasure, staying in a hotel is the hassle way to ensure a comfortable night’s sleep. Frequent visitors to hotels have developed certain expectations; they want a comfortable room, an en-suite bathroom with shower/bath and good quality food available.

As demand for hotel rooms has increased in the UK, so have standards and this can be seen in the rise of quality of hotels from large chains to the independents. Today’s traveller is far more discerning, and has a clear idea of what they want from a hotel.

Types of Hotels

Hotel Chains

The hotel chains provide simple, clean and comfortable accommodation. They have responded to what the market wanted, which was a high level of service at an affordable price. They are also often in the best locations. Price guide: £100 +

Budget Hotels

Budget hotels are proving very popular for the traveller on a budget looking for simple and practical accommodation. Providing simple rooms, flexible booking terms and quick breakfasts set in very convenient locations often away from city centres. Price guide: £40 +

Country Hotels & Spas

Often set in stunning country estates, Country Hotels provide the ultimate in luxury for those looking for a real “away from it all” break. Price guide: £100 +

Restaurants with Rooms

A recent addition to the small hotel market is the Restaurant with Rooms – accommodation provided by fine dining establishments. Often very stylish serving stunning food; these can provide a real treat for those with more discerning taste buds! Price guide: £100 +

Help & tips:

Hotels

  1. Many city business hotels will have cheaper rooms at the weekend when their usual business guests leave – worth looking out for
  2. If you are happy to travel a little, choose hotels outside of city centres – these are cheaper and quieter
  3. Look out for advance booking bargains – the large chains offer these, as do smaller establishments
  4. Watch for bargain room prices with expensive breakfast options – a neat trick for the hotel, not so for you!