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3 Night Hotel Deal - From £99.00 @ Ramada Jarvis

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Stay for 3 nights from just £99!

A spur-of-the-moment treat, a romantic break, and family days out: whatever tempts you, and with over 40 hotels in great locations and 19 Sebastian Coe Health Clubs then you will be spoilt for choice!

Enjoy this exclusive deal from just £99 for three nights - now that is good value!

And the little extras that make the difference…

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Pre-book your dinner and 2 adults enjoy 25% off the 3 course chef’s selection.
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Up to 2 children under 16 years old sharing your room stay for FREE
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Pre-book a traditional breakfast from £8.00 per person.
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When sharing your room, and dining with you, up to 2 children eat breakfast for FREE.

Offer available from:
18th – 28th February
8th April – 8th May
27th May – 5th June
15th July – 5th September
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#1
These deals are posted on here most of the year so nothing new really.
#2
I think the Marriott deals are better as you have one night's dinner and breakfast included.
#3
teerex
I think the Marriott deals are better as you have one night's dinner and breakfast included.

This is for 3 nights not 2 nights. If you could show me a good deal at a Marriott I'd be happy. For a family of four I have yet to find a good offer. I always get offer not available but we can offer you this ( more expensive ) deal.

Taking Swansea for this weekend as an example
Ramada works out at £33 per night ( room only) Marriott was £89 per night ( room only )

Edited By: siadwel on Feb 17, 2011 13:47
#4
Apologies, just had the e.mail through from Ramada as I use them alot, over read the 3 nights part. It usually only 2 nights!

Voted hot!
#5
siadwel
teerex
I think the Marriott deals are better as you have one night's dinner and breakfast included.


This is for 3 nights not 2 nights. If you could show me a good deal at a Marriott I'd be happy. For a family of four I have yet to find a good offer. I always get offer not available but we can offer you this ( more expensive ) deal.

Taking Swansea for this weekend as an example
Ramada works out at £33 per night ( room only) Marriott was £89 per night ( room only )


I know it doesn't include breakfast but for £33 a night for a family of 4 it's a cracking deal. Beats travelodge as the quality of the hotels are superior and many have a pool etc which is great for kids
#6
Is there a knack to finding the cheaper deals. Doesnt really matter when or which day it is, but could do with crewe/cheshire area.
1 Like #7
Ramada Encore Crewe
Easter Weekend - Friday 22nd April until Monday 25th April is coming out at £99
or
Royal Weekend/May Bank Holiday - Firday 29th April until Monday 2nd May is £99

All bank holidays those so no holidays used ;-)
#8
Thank you very much! I had a look at bolton and managed to get it to work as it had a pool but those are much closer lol!

OH took of the time in between to extend his holidays lol
#9
Can i ask what is the marriott deal is? TIA
#10
nice spot..voted hot
#11
if that's a deal then what should the following be considered as? :

Overnight Stay for Two Including Breakfast and Use of
Leisure Facilities at The Quality Hotel Birmingham

Highlights
- Bottle of wine on arrival
- Located in leafy Edgbaston
- Full use of leisure facilities including swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and gym
- Full English buffet breakfast
- 20% of all food and beverages
- Executive Double Room with en-suite

All for just £37.50 instead of £105.50,


Deals like that come and go, point is, in comparison there is none lol

OK, fair enough it's for a family of 4, ideal for those who want a romantic break away with 2 kids in tow where all that is given are discounts to entice customers to spend more, at the end of the day, there £99 at first glance becomes a bit more costly bearing in mind that you still have to pay for meals for all 4 of you discounted or not.

If it is just for 2 then yes, I would suggest something like the above as being a bargain which I was lucky enough to grab hold of through a site similar to Groupon, called KGB Deals. Furthermore, as it was my first purchase from them, they issued a £5 credit to use towards any future deals that I purchase off them, so in reality the hotel deal cost me £32.50



Edited By: MIXTRIXX2011 on Feb 20, 2011 06:30: additional info added
1 Like #12
(in reference to the above quote as my reply button doesn't work at the moment)

More waffle than Birdseye mate!!
Yes the odd deal can come accross like the one you mention but,
1. More flexibility on dates and locations, Not everyone wants to stay in "leafy edgebaston", especially as I live 2 minutes away from there and it's leafy isn't how I would describe it.
2. The prices are near the same and with the Bristol and leicster hotels being dead in the center of town it's a good deal.
#13
gonna cost £200 at brighton ...:(
#14
Great Deal, well spotted.. Heat added !8)
#15
Excellent! Room booked for the Easter hols. Many thanks!
#16
almo
(in reference to the above quote as my reply button doesn't work at the moment)

More waffle than Birdseye mate!!
Yes the odd deal can come accross like the one you mention but,
1. More flexibility on dates and locations, Not everyone wants to stay in "leafy edgebaston", especially as I live 2 minutes away from there and it's leafy isn't how I would describe it.
2. The prices are near the same and with the Bristol and leicster hotels being dead in the center of town it's a good deal.


I'm sorry did I forget to mention not only do you get full free access to the Gym, Swimming Pool, Sauna & Jacuzzi aswell as a Full Bottle of Wine upon arrival in an Executive En-Suite Deluxe Bedroom with a 4 Poster Bed Free in room Cable TV & Wifi Access & room service. leafy, rainy, or snowy edgbaston, to me that's a pretty good deal regardless of where it is. £37.50 a night for a room that actually sleeps upto 4 people, is hardly the same price by the time you've forked out for discounted meals, let alone pay for a bottle of wine, upgraded the room to the same quality which includes room service, and paid whatever prices to access leisure facilities, for 3 Nights of all the latter for a total of £112.50, means that the £13.50 difference would not even cover the cost of the room upgrade to the level on offer with the deal in edgebaston, let alone the free bottle of wine, Full English Breakfast each day, 3 days access to Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Spa, Sauna etc. OK so unfortunately it's 2 minutes away from you, so I can appreciate the lack of appeal the offer would have to you, as anywhere but there is going to be ideal, but to others outside the area, it's a pretty much a bargain and possibly more suited to a single couple looking to get a cheap deal. The only restriction on the deal is that it is to be used within 3 months, nothing different to the deal originally mentioned, it's not an ongoing deal, and the dates specified is to get the deal is still less then 3 months to which the offer I posted allows. "Pre-book your dinner" already forcing you to book in advance before you even get the discount on the meal, and no doubt you will be required to pay a cancellation fee in the event that you could not make the trip for whatever unforeseeable reason. Ok, yes the same would apply to anyone not being able to keep to a hotel booking, unless you paid the extra insurance to cover you, but the thing is, is that Your not forced to book early to get a discount on your meals with the Egdebaston deal, as it's free. Not to mention having to share a bedroom with the kids, which could be ideal for someone sick of nookie lol, but at least the executive double en-suite room comes with a partitioned sleeping area, so there is at least some level of privacy if required. I guess my deal is more suited to couples more so than families, so I guess it's just down to the requirements of the individuals needs.


Edited By: MIXTRIXX2011 on Feb 20, 2011 11:06
#17
Innkeepers Lodge 3 for 2 offer also worth considering which includes breakfast each day

http://www.innkeeperslodge.com/offers.asp?id=1

Not sure I would call any of the deals mentioned (mine included) a romantic stay type option though!!
#18
dave_lunt2
Ramada Encore Crewe Easter Weekend - Friday 22nd April until Monday 25th April is coming out at £99orRoyal Weekend/May Bank Holiday - Firday 29th April until Monday 2nd May is £99All bank holidays those so no holidays used ;-)

Crewe - why?
#19
MIXTRIXX2011
almo
(in reference to the above quote as my reply button doesn't work at the moment)More waffle than Birdseye mate!!Yes the odd deal can come accross like the one you mention but,1. More flexibility on dates and locations, Not everyone wants to stay in "leafy edgebaston", especially as I live 2 minutes away from there and it's leafy isn't how I would describe it.2. The prices are near the same and with the Bristol and leicster hotels being dead in the center of town it's a good deal.
I'm sorry did I forget to mention not only do you get full free access to the Gym, Swimming Pool, Sauna & Jacuzzi aswell as a Full Bottle of Wine upon arrival in an Executive En-Suite Deluxe Bedroom with a 4 Poster Bed Free in room Cable TV & Wifi Access & room service. leafy, rainy, or snowy edgbaston, to me that's a pretty good deal regardless of where it is. £37.50 a night for a room that actually sleeps upto 4 people, is hardly the same price by the time you've forked out for discounted meals, let alone pay for a bottle of wine, upgraded the room to the same quality which includes room service, and paid whatever prices to access leisure facilities, for 3 Nights of all the latter for a total of £112.50, means that the £13.50 difference would not even cover the cost of the room upgrade to the level on offer with the deal in edgebaston, let alone the free bottle of wine, Full English Breakfast each day, 3 days access to Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Spa, Sauna etc. OK so unfortunately it's 2 minutes away from you, so I can appreciate the lack of appeal the offer would have to you, as anywhere but there is going to be ideal, but to others outside the area, it's a pretty much a bargain and possibly more suited to a single couple looking to get a cheap deal. The only restriction on the deal is that it is to be used within 3 months, nothing different to the deal originally mentioned, it's not an ongoing deal, and the dates specified is to get the deal is still less then 3 months to which the offer I posted allows. "Pre-book your dinner" already forcing you to book in advance before you even get the discount on the meal, and no doubt you will be required to pay a cancellation fee in the event that you could not make the trip for whatever unforeseeable reason. Ok, yes the same would apply to anyone not being able to keep to a hotel booking, unless you paid the extra insurance to cover you, but the thing is, is that Your not forced to book early to get a discount on your meals with the Egdebaston deal, as it's free. Not to mention having to share a bedroom with the kids, which could be ideal for someone sick of nookie lol, but at least the executive double en-suite room comes with a partitioned sleeping area, so there is at least some level of privacy if required. I guess my deal is more suited to couples more so than families, so I guess it's just down to the requirements of the individuals needs.

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#20
RJ hotels are far superior to Innkeepers Lodge, Travel Lodge, Travel Inn etc - food is better and service is excellent
#21
Trickyjabs
MIXTRIXX2011
almo
(in reference to the above quote as my reply button doesn't work at the moment)More waffle than Birdseye mate!!Yes the odd deal can come accross like the one you mention but,1. More flexibility on dates and locations, Not everyone wants to stay in "leafy edgebaston", especially as I live 2 minutes away from there and it's leafy isn't how I would describe it.2. The prices are near the same and with the Bristol and leicster hotels being dead in the center of town it's a good deal.
I'm sorry did I forget to mention not only do you get full free access to the Gym, Swimming Pool, Sauna & Jacuzzi aswell as a Full Bottle of Wine upon arrival in an Executive En-Suite Deluxe Bedroom with a 4 Poster Bed Free in room Cable TV & Wifi Access & room service. leafy, rainy, or snowy edgbaston, to me that's a pretty good deal regardless of where it is. £37.50 a night for a room that actually sleeps upto 4 people, is hardly the same price by the time you've forked out for discounted meals, let alone pay for a bottle of wine, upgraded the room to the same quality which includes room service, and paid whatever prices to access leisure facilities, for 3 Nights of all the latter for a total of £112.50, means that the £13.50 difference would not even cover the cost of the room upgrade to the level on offer with the deal in edgebaston, let alone the free bottle of wine, Full English Breakfast each day, 3 days access to Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Spa, Sauna etc. OK so unfortunately it's 2 minutes away from you, so I can appreciate the lack of appeal the offer would have to you, as anywhere but there is going to be ideal, but to others outside the area, it's a pretty much a bargain and possibly more suited to a single couple looking to get a cheap deal. The only restriction on the deal is that it is to be used within 3 months, nothing different to the deal originally mentioned, it's not an ongoing deal, and the dates specified is to get the deal is still less then 3 months to which the offer I posted allows. "Pre-book your dinner" already forcing you to book in advance before you even get the discount on the meal, and no doubt you will be required to pay a cancellation fee in the event that you could not make the trip for whatever unforeseeable reason. Ok, yes the same would apply to anyone not being able to keep to a hotel booking, unless you paid the extra insurance to cover you, but the thing is, is that Your not forced to book early to get a discount on your meals with the Egdebaston deal, as it's free. Not to mention having to share a bedroom with the kids, which could be ideal for someone sick of nookie lol, but at least the executive double en-suite room comes with a partitioned sleeping area, so there is at least some level of privacy if required. I guess my deal is more suited to couples more so than families, so I guess it's just down to the requirements of the individuals needs.
PARAGRAPHS


WTF - who cares!
#22
HesFamily4
RJ hotels are far superior to Innkeepers Lodge, Travel Lodge, Travel Inn etc - food is better and service is excellent

I disagree (with Innkeepers Lodge anyway) - but people can make up their own mind I guess

Like all these chains it often comes down to the staff and location on the time you go
#23
MIXTRIXX2011
almo
(in reference to the above quote as my reply button doesn't work at the moment)

More waffle than Birdseye mate!!
Yes the odd deal can come accross like the one you mention but,
1. More flexibility on dates and locations, Not everyone wants to stay in "leafy edgebaston", especially as I live 2 minutes away from there and it's leafy isn't how I would describe it.
2. The prices are near the same and with the Bristol and leicster hotels being dead in the center of town it's a good deal.


I'm sorry did I forget to mention not only do you get full free access to the Gym, Swimming Pool, Sauna & Jacuzzi aswell as a Full Bottle of Wine upon arrival in an Executive En-Suite Deluxe Bedroom with a 4 Poster Bed Free in room Cable TV & Wifi Access & room service. leafy, rainy, or snowy edgbaston, to me that's a pretty good deal regardless of where it is. £37.50 a night for a room that actually sleeps upto 4 people, is hardly the same price by the time you've forked out for discounted meals, let alone pay for a bottle of wine, upgraded the room to the same quality which includes room service, and paid whatever prices to access leisure facilities, for 3 Nights of all the latter for a total of £112.50, means that the £13.50 difference would not even cover the cost of the room upgrade to the level on offer with the deal in edgebaston, let alone the free bottle of wine, Full English Breakfast each day, 3 days access to Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Spa, Sauna etc. OK so unfortunately it's 2 minutes away from you, so I can appreciate the lack of appeal the offer would have to you, as anywhere but there is going to be ideal, but to others outside the area, it's a pretty much a bargain and possibly more suited to a single couple looking to get a cheap deal. The only restriction on the deal is that it is to be used within 3 months, nothing different to the deal originally mentioned, it's not an ongoing deal, and the dates specified is to get the deal is still less then 3 months to which the offer I posted allows. "Pre-book your dinner" already forcing you to book in advance before you even get the discount on the meal, and no doubt you will be required to pay a cancellation fee in the event that you could not make the trip for whatever unforeseeable reason. Ok, yes the same would apply to anyone not being able to keep to a hotel booking, unless you paid the extra insurance to cover you, but the thing is, is that Your not forced to book early to get a discount on your meals with the Egdebaston deal, as it's free. Not to mention having to share a bedroom with the kids, which could be ideal for someone sick of nookie lol, but at least the executive double en-suite room comes with a partitioned sleeping area, so there is at least some level of privacy if required. I guess my deal is more suited to couples more so than families, so I guess it's just down to the requirements of the individuals needs.


Got bored halfway through. Apologies if there were any good points made though.
#24
HesFamily4
Trickyjabs
MIXTRIXX2011
almo
(in reference to the above quote as my reply button doesn't work at the moment)More waffle than Birdseye mate!!Yes the odd deal can come accross like the one you mention but,1. More flexibility on dates and locations, Not everyone wants to stay in "leafy edgebaston", especially as I live 2 minutes away from there and it's leafy isn't how I would describe it.2. The prices are near the same and with the Bristol and leicster hotels being dead in the center of town it's a good deal.
I'm sorry did I forget to mention not only do you get full free access to the Gym, Swimming Pool, Sauna & Jacuzzi aswell as a Full Bottle of Wine upon arrival in an Executive En-Suite Deluxe Bedroom with a 4 Poster Bed Free in room Cable TV & Wifi Access & room service. leafy, rainy, or snowy edgbaston, to me that's a pretty good deal regardless of where it is. £37.50 a night for a room that actually sleeps upto 4 people, is hardly the same price by the time you've forked out for discounted meals, let alone pay for a bottle of wine, upgraded the room to the same quality which includes room service, and paid whatever prices to access leisure facilities, for 3 Nights of all the latter for a total of £112.50, means that the £13.50 difference would not even cover the cost of the room upgrade to the level on offer with the deal in edgebaston, let alone the free bottle of wine, Full English Breakfast each day, 3 days access to Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi, Spa, Sauna etc. OK so unfortunately it's 2 minutes away from you, so I can appreciate the lack of appeal the offer would have to you, as anywhere but there is going to be ideal, but to others outside the area, it's a pretty much a bargain and possibly more suited to a single couple looking to get a cheap deal. The only restriction on the deal is that it is to be used within 3 months, nothing different to the deal originally mentioned, it's not an ongoing deal, and the dates specified is to get the deal is still less then 3 months to which the offer I posted allows. "Pre-book your dinner" already forcing you to book in advance before you even get the discount on the meal, and no doubt you will be required to pay a cancellation fee in the event that you could not make the trip for whatever unforeseeable reason. Ok, yes the same would apply to anyone not being able to keep to a hotel booking, unless you paid the extra insurance to cover you, but the thing is, is that Your not forced to book early to get a discount on your meals with the Egdebaston deal, as it's free. Not to mention having to share a bedroom with the kids, which could be ideal for someone sick of nookie lol, but at least the executive double en-suite room comes with a partitioned sleeping area, so there is at least some level of privacy if required. I guess my deal is more suited to couples more so than families, so I guess it's just down to the requirements of the individuals needs.
PARAGRAPHS



WTF - who cares!


umm - anyone trying to read it?
#25
Good one to MIXTRIXX2011 for taking the time to write it but PARAGRAPHS would help alot though as it makes it easier to READ! So I don't think it was a stupid comment.
#26
As are your continuing rantings...

Just accept that is general bad forum etiquette to post large chunks of text in single paragraphs. It makes any info you post much harder to read and digest
#27
P.E
As are your continuing rantings...Just accept that is general bad forum etiquette to post large chunks of text in single paragraphs. It makes any info you post much harder to read and digest

And this has to do with you because .............
you like to poke your nose in something that has nothing to do with you!
#28
HesFamily4
P.E
As are your continuing rantings...Just accept that is general bad forum etiquette to post large chunks of text in single paragraphs. It makes any info you post much harder to read and digest
And this has to do with you because .............you like to poke your nose in something that has nothing to do with you!

Its an open board and has as much to do with any of us as anyone else thanks.
It called an opinion and like @ssholes - everyone has one!

The original person you picked on had already said the info was good but suggested paragraphs would make it more readable (as did others including myself)

You're welcome!

Edited By: P.E on Feb 23, 2011 10:51
#29
P.E
HesFamily4
P.E
As are your continuing rantings...Just accept that is general bad forum etiquette to post large chunks of text in single paragraphs. It makes any info you post much harder to read and digest
And this has to do with you because .............you like to poke your nose in something that has nothing to do with you!
Its an open board and has as much to do with any of us as anyone else thanks.It called an opinion and like @ssholes - everyone has one!The original person you picked on had already said the info was good but suggested paragraphs would make it more readable (as did others including myself)You're welcome!

Why are there so many d!ickheads like you on here?
Try learning to spell too!
#30
You seem to be the biggest one here! Don't be a **** and continue ranting.
#31
waqas
You seem to be the biggest one here! Don't be a **** and continue ranting.

****!
#32
HesFamily4
P.E
HesFamily4
P.E
As are your continuing rantings...Just accept that is general bad forum etiquette to post large chunks of text in single paragraphs. It makes any info you post much harder to read and digest
And this has to do with you because .............you like to poke your nose in something that has nothing to do with you!
Its an open board and has as much to do with any of us as anyone else thanks.It called an opinion and like @ssholes - everyone has one!The original person you picked on had already said the info was good but suggested paragraphs would make it more readable (as did others including myself)You're welcome!
Why are there so many d!ickheads like you on here?Try learning to spell too!

Funny how those with the big opinions don't like being picked up on things. I can spell fine thanks for your concern.

As you seem to need etiquette lessons its also bad form on posts to pick on spelling mistakes, grammatical errors etc

You're welcome yet again....

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