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Hotel Deals Slash the cost of hotel stays

Last updated: 16 Sep 2015
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Hotels are slashing rates to entice customers. If you know where to look, itís possible to grab five-star places at a fraction of the cost.

The latest hotel deals include Ramada, Wyndham and Days Inn hotels up to 50% off, and Premier Inn rooms for £35.

This is a full checklist of one-off promotions. For a step-by-step guide to permanently getting the cheapest hotel prices, see the Cheap Hotels guide. Also check out Cheap Train & Coach Deals and Cheap Days Out.

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Premier Inn logoPremier Inn £35 rooms*200,000 available across 500+ UK hotels, excl London

Oct-Dec stays

Discount hotel chain Premier Inn* has about 200,000 rooms outside of London available for £35 a night for stays until Fri 11 Dec - but you must book at least 21 days in advance.

This isn't really a sale, it's a promotion which highlights Premier Inn's cheapest hotels with its normal 'Premier Saver' rate. So while £35 room prices aren't unusual, there are certain times of the year when Premier Inn makes larger volumes of its rooms available at this price as in this case.

The 'Premier Saver' rate means you must pay upfront and you can't get a refund or make any changes once booked. Plus these are room-only bookings, so you don't get any extras such as breakfast.

There are no excluded dates but the 200,000 rooms are spread across the promotional window at more than 500 of approximately 640 Premier Inn hotels located outside of London, so you may have to root around a bit to find the cheap rooms. See the full T&Cs*.

Discounts we found

It's also worth noting that £35 rooms aren't always the cheapest - we found rooms from £29 in some central city spots. Cheap rooms we found include:

  • Leeds City Centre - £29 on Sun 11 Oct
  • Birmingham City Centre (Waterloo Street) - £35 on Fri 30 Oct
  • Southampton City Centre - £35 on Fri 6 Nov
  • Edinburgh City Centre (Haymarket) - £35 on Fri 4 Dec

Want to stay in London?

If you're looking to stay at one of Premier Inn's 60 London hotels, rooms tend to be available from £49 in outer London locations such as Wimbledon and Harrow, or from £69 in central London locations such as Aldgate and Kensington. However, if you search around and are flexible on stay days, you may find cheaper rooms. Cheap London rooms we found include:
  • London Blackfriars (Fleet Street) - £49 on Sun 29 Nov
  • London Bank (Tower) - £59 on Fri 20 Nov
  • London City (Aldgate) - £69 on Fri 20 Nov
  • London Holborn - £69 on Sun 22 Nov

Even if the room you find looks like a great price, do a comparison on Trivago* and TravelSupermarket* to check if hotel brokers are offering cheaper stays at other hotels in your chosen location. Read our Cheap Hotels guide for lots of price-cutting techniques.

MSE Tom says:

There's no maximum length of stay requirement, but you're less likely to find the cheapest rooms available on consecutive nights in city centre locations, so you might want to look a bit further afield if you're planning on staying for multiple nights.

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Can't be used in conjunction with any other offers. You can't pay for these rooms with Leisure vouchers. A £2 processing fee will be charged if you book by credit card.

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