From majestic 5-star hotels to value-for-money boutiques, there are thousands of fantastic England hotelsto suit all tastes and budgets. Here, we take a look at some of the most popular places to stay in England.
Packed with nightlife, seaside amusements, fresh fashion, and independent cafes; Brighton is a beacon of eccentricity mixed with traditional British life.
Discover a rich mix of history and culture in Royal Windsor - crowned by Windsor Castle, the World’s largest inhabited castle.
Decadent cocktails, historic pubs on cobbled streets, riverside restaurants and classy club lounges are all part of Oxford’s alluring nightlife.
Enjoy the great outdoors, from national parks to lakes and mountains.
Bustling markets, serene riversides, timber-framed Tudor houses, and ghostly outings; in Shakespeare’s birth town of Stratford-upon-Avon.
Filled with natural riches including shimmering lakes and soaring mountains, the Lake District is a great place for lovers of the outdoors.
Where rolling hills dotted with cottages meet wild woodlands and historic buildings; it’s no surprise the Cotswolds was named an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Heritage and History
Perfect for lovers of art and architecture. Rich in history, iconic landmarks and breath-taking scenery.
Roman remains, a famed Royal Crescent, the medieval roots of Bath Abbey and soothing thermal waters make up the spa city of Bath.
Quaint cobbled streets, 2000-year history of York Minster Cathedral and remnants of fierce battles are held inside the ancient walled city of York.
Georgian arches, a Roman fortress and a medieval cathedral embody the walled-city of Chester through the ages.
By the Sea
So much more than sun, sea and sand, these destinations are a breath of fresh air.
Bournemouth’s Blue Flag beaches, pier attractions, surf culture and inspiring coastal views keep visitors coming back for more.
Palm trees, sea views, a bustling harbour, top restaurants and a relaxed atmosphere; it’s all here in the seaside Devonshire town of Torquay.
Weymouth shelters a fine Georgian seafront and great shopping. It’s also the gateway to the glorious South West Coast Path.
Out on the Town
Fantastic night life and a party atmosphere, all at reasonable prices. What more could you ask for?
From award-winning restaurants to quaint pubs and snazzy cocktail bars, experience non-stop nightlife in Nottingham’s compact city centre.
Packed with plush bars and clubs in the trendy exchange quarter and creative dens in Holbeck Urban Village, Leeds nightlife has it all.
Star-filled theatres, lively bars, top restaurants, and the City’s famous Balti houses; there’s something for every budget on a night out in Birmingham.
Treat yourself with a rural or urban retreat to a UK spa hotel.
There's no shortage of world-class attractions in Britain's capital, from the extraordinary art collections of the National Gallery, to the copious ancient and medieval artefacts housed at the British Museum. Indeed, millions also flock to London to see its delightful West End shows, take a stroll around scenic Hyde Park, observe the remarkable medieval Tower of London, or admire the iconic Tower Bridge and the stunning Houses of Parliament.
For affordable accommodation in London, you could consider the value-for-money Devonport House, the Staybridge Suites London-Stratford City or London Marriott Hotel Kensington. Alternatively, you might want to book a room at deluxe The Montague on The Gardens, the Apex London Wall Hotel, or the exclusive Chesterfield Mayfair.
See the quirky Bull Ring, one of Britain's leading shopping centres, visit the family-friendly National Sealife Centre, or spend some time at the much-loved Cadbury World in Bournville. Popular hotels in Britain's second city include the elegant Hotel du Vin & Bistro, the immaculate Menzies Strathallan, Birmingham, and the sophisticated Macdonald Burlington Hotel. Other value-for-money hotels include the friendly, boutique Bloc Hotel Birmingham and the well-presented Ibis Budget Birmingham Centre.
Football fans should spend some time at the National Football Museum, while those interested in learning more about Manchester's profound industrial legacy should head to the Museum of Science and Industry. If you're keen to stay somewhere high-end, you could choose the charismatic Arora Hotel or the majestic Radisson Blu Edwardian Manchester, or book a room at the more budget-friendly Premier Inn Manchester City Centre (Arena/Printworks) or the Travelodge Manchester Ancoats.
Visit the impressive Thackray Museum to find out more about the history of medicine and the way of life in Victorian Leeds, or spend some time at Temple Newsam, an intriguing country-style mansion with beautifully landscaped grounds designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown. For value-for-money accommodation, consider the stylish BEST WESTERN Plus Milford Hotel, or book a room at the luxurious Chambers Park Place.
Learn about the story of the world's most famous band at The Beatles Story exhibition, witness some magnificent art collections at the Walker Art Gallery, or head to the Albert Dock for a wonderful view of the Liverpool skyline. One of the city's finest hotels is the chic Adagio Liverpool City Centre, while the photogenic Heywood House Hotel offers very good value for money.