Travel agents have come up with some fantastic hotel recommendations to make your trip to the UK easier.1.
Book in advance1.1: The best hotels to book in-person, in your area.2.
Book on arrival: Most major cities have a list of hotels that can be booked online and booked by appointment.
You can book through the UK Travel Agency website or through your hotel.3.
Book at a reasonable price: Most hotels offer the cheapest rates of any accommodation options, so it’s a good idea to book at a discounted rate.
You might want to look into getting a room at a cheaper rate than what you’re paying for your stay, as hotels can be overbooked during peak seasons.4.
Book with friends: Many hotels offer rooms to single travellers who don’t want to book separately.5.
Book a room that suits you: If you’re visiting the UK from the US, then you might want a room with more than one bed and/or a sofa.6.
Make sure you check the prices: If it’s not the cheapest hotel you can get, check the price and ask the receptionist for an estimate.7.
Make a booking: If the hotel offers a no-checkout policy, you can book a room in-house, or with friends, and then go ahead and book from the booking screen.8.
Go ahead and ask questions: If your hotel doesn’t offer an in-room toilet, you might be able to get an in person visit.
If so, ask about it, as you don’t know how long it’ll take.9.
Ask for a copy of the room contract: This can help you negotiate your hotel’s rates.
You’ll want to make sure that the hotel doesn (and won’t) try to charge you a higher rate, and if it does, you’ll need to negotiate.10.
If the room is a minimum 2-bedroom room, make sure you can go on a separate day: If a minimum two-bed room isn’t available, ask your hotel if you can stay with your friends for a minimum of two nights and then make a booking for another night.11.
Have a backup plan: If everything goes well and you book in advance, you have a backup of sorts if you decide to cancel the trip or change your plans.
You should have a plan in place to organise a trip back home, so if you cancel your trip you can easily organise a new one to make it easier for you and your friends.12.
Don’t expect an ‘average’ night: A typical night in a hotel might range from 4-7pm, so a typical stay can be as long as 8-12 hours.
You shouldn’t expect to stay in a place with the standard of a typical night out in a pub or bar.13.
Don: It can be difficult to find the right place to stay during your trip, so make sure the hotel is a good fit for you, the people you’re staying with, and the area you’re going to visit.14.
Don’ t: Don’t make the mistake of booking your room on the day you leave the UK, as it’s possible the hotel could be over booked.
You could also make the decision to leave your room with the room on arrival.15.
Don’: There are some great hotels in the UK that will let you stay in their rooms as you book, so you can have a nice, warm and cosy experience whilst in the country.16.
Don : If you decide you don’ t want to stay at a hotel, don’t forget to check out the nearby hotel to find out what other places to stay nearby are also offering a different experience, and what amenities they offer.17.
Don to get your luggage: Many people find it helpful to get their bags on the plane as they are leaving the UK and are getting ready to head home.
You’re probably looking for a place to pack up your things, so do your best to make this a priority before your flight.18.
Don : Don will help you find a good place to get everything you need to make a comfortable, safe and stress-free trip home.19.
Don and be happy: While it can be hard to accept that you’re not going to get to stay anywhere else, it can also be really nice to be able be home in the same room with your loved ones while you’re on your way home.20.
Don don’t: Don’ d forget to buy your own books and DVDs to help you along the way: There are a lot of books and movies available online, so this isn’t just for people who like to read.
Some are for those who prefer to watch movies with their eyes closed.
You will also find a lot more books, videos and DVDs available to buy, so the choices are endless.21. Don t: Do