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Bed & Breakfast from only £19.50 per room per night for upto 4 people

£19.50 @ Holiday Inn
This is a '2 for the price of 1' offer for hotels from the Intercontinental Group, IE: Holiday Inn, Express by Holiday Inn, Intercontinental, Crown Plaza, etc, and covers hotels from the UK and worldw… Read More
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This is a '2 for the price of 1' offer for hotels from the Intercontinental Group, IE: Holiday Inn, Express by Holiday Inn, Intercontinental, Crown Plaza, etc, and covers hotels from the UK and worldwide.

A similar offer was posted on here about three weeks, but I'm not sure the deal got the credit it deserved and the offer seems to have been extended beyond the original expiry date (Even though the website still says the offer expires on 31st Dec, I've just confirmed a booking for Feb 09).

The great thing about these hotels is that in most cases you can get rooms for upto 4 people which is great for families, there is a good buffet breakfast and in many cases, swimming pools, saunas and health clubs on site.

The best deal I have found is for £19.50 per room per night with breakfast for upto four people, absolute bargain and a much more pleasureable experience than Travelodge, Premier Inn etc.

EDIT: I HAVE CHANGED THE TITLE TO SHOW THE 'PER ROOM PER NIGHT' TOTAL AND ADDED THE FOLLOWING EXAMPLES (PER NIGHT RATE PER ROOM FOR WEEKEND 21ST NOV, AS AN EXAMPLE)

£19.50 Derby/Nottingham
£22.48 Walsall
£22.48 Slough
£24.50 Burton Upon Trent
£24.50 Luton South
£24.50 Hemel Hempsted
£25.00 High Wycombe
£27.50 Birmingham M6
£27.50 Heathrow
£27.50 Basingstoke
£27.50 Maidenhead/Windsor
£29.50 Basildon
£29.50 Shepperton

BARGAINS!!!!!
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#1
Voting COLD because the price you quote is very misleading. Most prices are around £60+ per night. Where did you get the "best deal I have found is for £22.48 per room per night with breakfast for up to four people" - sounds astonishing.
#2
mrcoxexcel
Voting COLD because the price you quote is very misleading. Most prices are around £60+ per night. Where did you get the "best deal I have found is for £22.48 per room per night with breakfast for up to four people" - sounds astonishing.


So you've voted it cold because you don't believe it's true? Maybe you should have done a search via the link before you voted. The following link will take you to a room for £22.48 per night as I quoted. It is the per night price for bed and breakfast for a two night break for two adults and two children staying at an Express by Holiday Inn from 21st to 23rd November.

http://www.ichotelsgroup.com/h/d/6c/1/en/rates/lonsg?ias=y&searchStartFrom=ebsmq&fromSearchResult=yes&viewHotelPackagesFlag=false

That works out at £5.62 per person per night for bed and breakfast (Hence the title of the link). Cheaper than you would pay for just the breakfast in most hotels!! :-D

There are loads and loads of offers including quad rooms at Holiday Inns from only £24.50 per night with Swimming Pools and Health Clubs. Still if you don't believe it, that's upto you.......:p

For the record, it does seem that the best deals are to be found over the weekend IE Friday/Saturday OR Saturday/Sunday nights.
#3
I seem to have cut off a bit of the link, try this:

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#4
Misleading rubbish.
Travelodge/ PremierInn etc. are great at what they do.
#5
termite
Misleading rubbish.
Travelodge/ PremierInn etc. are great at what they do.


Could you explain how it is misleading? The title is factually correct, Ive even provided a link to prove it. There are some great deals to be had.

Just as a comparison, a family of four staying in Luton (don't ask me why :whistling:) for a weekend from 21st Nov would pay £49 all in at the Holiday Inn.

At Travelodge it would be £78 for just a room, NO BREAKFAST, NO SWIMMING POOL, NO SAUNA, NO SATALITE CHANNELS, NO WIFI, NOT EVEN ANY TOILETRIES IN THE BATHROOM!!

At Premier Inn it would be £110 for just a room, again NO BREAKY, NO POOL, NO SAUNA.

Chuck in the cost of breakfast for four people for two days and you could be paying 3 times as much for a hotel experience akin to sleeping in an eastern european stationery cupboard, if that's what you're after be my guest (or be their guest I should say ;-) )
#6
Trickyjabs
Could you explain how it is misleading? )


The deal is actually quite good depending of course on availability. I do however agree that your title somewhat sensationalizes the deal. You really should have titled it something like "2 nights for 1 with equvalent rates as low as £22.48 per room / night (or more accurately £45 or 2 nights) as this is the lowest daily rate that can be paid.
#7
Checked some dates and there seemed to be good weekend availability in London hotels for instance (obviously at higher rates)

it appears this deal has been around for a while and has just been extended - T&Cs still says experies end August 2008.

Good deal :thumbsup:
#8
Trickyjabs
So you've voted it cold because you don't believe it's true? Maybe you should have done a search via the link before you voted. The following link will take you to a room for £22.48 per night as I quoted. It is the per night price for bed and breakfast for a two night break for two adults and two children staying at an Express by Holiday Inn from 21st to 23rd November.


Yes - I did not believe it. Having done my own search for Ipswich, Norwich and area and come up with nothing like your price - far from it - your prices were just too difficult to believe. Perhaps a more realistic price would have helped identify this as a hot deal. Still COLD.
1 Like #9
mrcoxexcel
Yes - I did not believe it. Having done my own search for Ipswich, Norwich and area and come up with nothing like your price - far from it - your prices were just too difficult to believe. Perhaps a more realistic price would have helped identify this as a hot deal. Still COLD.


It was a realistic price! I even provided examples and a link. You're not by any chance a disgruntled ex Holiday Inn employee are you? :whistling:

Do they have hotels in Norwich/Ipswich? ;-) Only joking. What dates were you looking for? I've just done a search for Norwich for the weekend of 7th November and got the Express for £27.48 a night and the Holiday Inn for £37.50 per night. As previously stated, this is for upto four people, includes breakfast and lots of other perks you don't get with the basic hotel chains. The equivilent Travelodge and Premier Inn rooms cost more and don't include breaky.

This is what I love about this site, someone posts a deal like 3 Wispas for a £1.00 last week, saving about 26p, and it gets about 900 degrees, then a deal like this which could save you £40 / £50 / £60 quid or more comes along and it struggles to get made hot!!!
#10
Voted hot .... hotels are obviously suffering the CC as they have some incredible bargains at the mo.

We stayed at a Hilton for less than the price of a travelodge and it was 10 times the quality.

I've had a look and whilst I can't find deals quite as good as this for when and where I want to go there are some £65 weekend deals.
#11
Trickyjabs
It was a realistic price! I even provided examples and a link. You're not by any chance a disgruntled ex Holiday Inn employee are you? :whistling:

Do they have hotels in Norwich/Ipswich? ;-) Only joking. What dates were you looking for? I've just done a search for Norwich for the weekend of 7th November and got the Express for £27.48 a night and the Holiday Inn for £37.50 per night. As previously stated, this is for upto four people, includes breakfast and lots of other perks you don't get with the basic hotel chains. The equivilent Travelodge and Premier Inn rooms cost more and don't include breaky.


No - I stayed at Holiday Inn Express, Norwich last weekend (rubbish hotel, unfortunately). I did the same search just now, using the dates you provided and found the rates you quote - so thanks for that. Still much higher than the prices you quote in your heading (but cheap - so getting warmer). And for max. of 3 people. Not 4. Breakfast only available in the Express hotels (and not very good - just cereals, toast and coffee). No free breakfast in the Inns. As you exaggerate then I vote COLD.
#12
mrcoxexcel;3316028
No - I stayed at Holiday Inn Express, Norwich last weekend (rubbish hotel, unfortunately).


http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g186342-d628358-Reviews-Holiday_Inn_Express_Norwich-Norwich_Norfolk_East_Anglia_England.html

is this the same one?
#13
mrcoxexcel
No - I stayed at Holiday Inn Express, Norwich last weekend (rubbish hotel, unfortunately). I did the same search just now, using the dates you provided and found the rates you quote - so thanks for that. Still much higher than the prices you quote in your heading (but cheap - so getting warmer). And for max. of 3 people. Not 4. Breakfast only available in the Express hotels (and not very good - just cereals, toast and coffee). No free breakfast in the Inns. As you exaggerate then I vote COLD.


I guess there's just no pleasing you!! By the way, I have not exaggerated at all. You're wrong about the the breakfast at the Inns, it IS included in the price. I've used this deal, I KNOW!!! Click on the Room Rates and it shows you 'Breakfast Included'.

As someone who uses hotels quite a lot, I stand by the fact that there are some cracking deals available. As quoted, the Norwich Hotel you stayed in would work out about £55 for two nights from 7th Nov. The local Premier Inn, paying the extra for the breakfast, would be £160 for the same two nights. Virtually three times as much.

I even did a search on laterooms.com and the cheapest deal they have for the same dates was a guest house for £85 with NO BREAKFAST.

I ask, what would you rather pay?
#14
Just got 2 nights in the Holiday Inn at Glasgow Airport in february for £69 total, excellent deal for a top hotel.
Many thanks OP I appreciated being told of the offer
#15
This deal should be un-expired as it is still running.
#16
Trickyjabs
I guess there's just no pleasing you!! By the way, I have not exaggerated at all. You're wrong about the the breakfast at the Inns, it IS included in the price. I've used this deal, I KNOW!!! Click on the Room Rates and it shows you 'Breakfast Included'.


Checked again at Norwich - NO BREAKFAST - CONFIRMED BY HOLIDAY INN. Only continental and only at Express Inns. Again, if you exaggerate then I cannot regard this as a hot deal. You exaggerated the price initially, the room occupancy and also misinformed about the breakfast. Please do get your facts right. I would have voted hot had your facts been right - please learn how to post a deal properly. COLD.

By the way, Norwich Inn Express - room ok and clean, sheets with holes in, duvet ultra thin and nasty (too small for bed), poor quality small LCD TV, long metal roof outside room (very noisy when it rains), noisy heating, creaking building, good bathroom, breakfast not worth considering. I suggest the Inns are better - Express only for those seeking a cheap hotel with minimal breakfast - at these prices as good as or sometimes better than Travelodge, but at least you know what you are getting at Travelodge.
#17
mrcoxexcel
Checked again at Norwich - NO BREAKFAST - CONFIRMED BY HOLIDAY INN. Only continental and only at Express Inns. Again, if you exaggerate then I cannot regard this as a hot deal. You exaggerated the price initially, the room occupancy and also misinformed about the breakfast. Please do get your facts right. I would have voted hot had your facts been right - please learn how to post a deal properly. COLD.

By the way, Norwich Inn Express - room ok and clean, sheets with holes in, duvet ultra thin and nasty (too small for bed), poor quality small LCD TV, long metal roof outside room (very noisy when it rains), noisy heating, creaking building, good bathroom, breakfast not worth considering. I suggest the Inns are better - Express only for those seeking a cheap hotel with minimal breakfast - at these prices as good as or sometimes better than Travelodge, but at least you know what you are getting at Travelodge.


Dude, I don't think we're going to agree on this one! The main discrepancy seems to be that some of the hotels offer breakfast and others don't. I didn't realise this and I admit that is my mistake.

It is probably a case that there are two elements to this deal:
B&B from £22.48 per room per night
Room only from £19.50 per room per night

As I originally stated, it really is possible to get B&B for £5.62 per night per person. An example is at the Slough Express for a double room with a double sofabed from 21st Nov to 23rd Nov. No matter what you think about Express Hotels, you have to agree, that is amazing value!!!

As for it being a cold deal, again that is up to you. While I'm paying less than 30 quid a night for a 4* standard large comfortable hotel room with facilities such as a swimming pool, sauna, gym, toiletries, choice of pillows, flat screen tv with satalite channels, free wifi, decent size bath, etc, etc, etc, feel free to pay MORE for a 2* standard small minimalist 'motel' room with NO swimming pool, NO sauna, NO gym, NO toiletries, NO choice of pillows, NO flat screen tv, NO satalite channels, NO free wifi, a TINY bath, etc, etc etc, all being served by people who got rejected for employment at McDonalds! Infact, the ONLY service that Premier Inn offer is waterproof undersheets incase you wet the bed, something I stopped doing about 35 years ago!! Oh yeah and you'll still have to PAY EXTRA for one of the worst breakfasts in living memory when you wake up in the morning!! Vegetarians can quite happily eat the sausages at Premier Inn, cause I'm damn sure there ain't meat in 'em!
#18
Trickyjabs

As for it being a cold deal, again that is up to you. While I'm paying less than 30 quid a night for a 4* standard large comfortable hotel room with facilities such as a swimming pool, sauna, gym, toiletries, choice of pillows, flat screen tv with satalite channels, free wifi, decent size bath, etc, etc, etc, feel free to pay MORE for a 2* standard small minimalist 'motel' room with NO swimming pool, NO sauna, NO gym, NO toiletries, NO choice of pillows, NO flat screen tv, NO satalite channels, NO free wifi, a TINY bath, etc, etc etc, all being served by people who got rejected for employment at McDonalds! Infact, the ONLY service that Premier Inn offer is waterproof undersheets incase you wet the bed, something I stopped doing about 35 years ago!! Oh yeah and you'll still have to PAY EXTRA for one of the worst breakfasts in living memory when you wake up in the morning!! Vegetarians can quite happily eat the sausages at Premier Inn, cause I'm damn sure there ain't meat in 'em!


Here we go again. Swimming pool/ sauna /gym / free wifi - unlikely in many of these hotels (but I am happy to accept that you found one) , and certainly not at Norwich Holiday Inn Express. As a comparison, cheapie Travelodge is relatively new, is nice and clean and in the heart of Norwich town centre - it has no breakfast but prices often start at £19 per room a night for 3 persons = £6.33 per night per person (prices have been as low as £9 per room on their deals). Plenty of money left for a decent breakfast in town. Do enjoy your stay in your hotel.
#19
mrcoxexcel
Here we go again. Swimming pool/ sauna /gym / free wifi - unlikely in many of these hotels (but I am happy to accept that you found one) , and certainly not at Norwich Holiday Inn Express. As a comparison, cheapie Travelodge is relatively new, is nice and clean and in the heart of Norwich town centre - it has no breakfast but prices often start at £19 per room a night for 3 persons = £6.33 per night per person (prices have been as low as £9 per room on their deals). Plenty of money left for a decent breakfast in town. Do enjoy your stay in your hotel.


Bearing in mind you seem to be missing the positive element of my post, I was interested to see if you are maybe a little off centre in your views. Had a look at your previous posts on other topics and it appears you may probably be the 'only me' bloke off Harry Enfield!!! IE: "You don't want to do it like that, you want to do it like this...." You seem to vote at least 95% of posts as cold or completely miss the point of the post and find something to be critical about.

Interestingly, in over 9 months of being a member, you have only posted ONE deal yourself, for cancer drug insurance of all things!!!! Which was voted VERY COLD by the way!!!! This kind of stat suggests that you have some kind of personal benefit, ie you sell the stuff yourself, and loses you all credibility. Might I suggest you are missing the point of this website. It is to share information both ways for the greater good of all involved.

Are you a travelling insurance salesman who spend most of his life in Travelodges / Premier Inns? You poor ****** if you are!!!
#20
Trickyjabs
Bearing in mind you seem to be missing the positive element of my post, I was interested to see if you are maybe a little off centre in your views. Had a look at your previous posts on other topics and it appears you may probably be the 'only me' bloke off Harry Enfield!!! IE: "You don't want to do it like that, you want to do it like this...." You seem to vote at least 95% of posts as cold or completely miss the point of the post and find something to be critical about.

Interestingly, in over 9 months of being a member, you have only posted ONE deal yourself, for cancer drug insurance of all things!!!! Which was voted VERY COLD by the way!!!! This kind of stat suggests that you have some kind of personal benefit, ie you sell the stuff yourself, and loses you all credibility. Might I suggest you are missing the point of this website. It is to share information both ways for the greater good of all involved.

Are you a travelling insurance salesman who spend most of his life in Travelodges / Premier Inns? You poor ****** if you are!!!


I am afraid that you are rather a fool and it is indeed unfortunate that you feel you need to make a personal attack on someone who criticises your exaggerated deal - you will note that I was certainly not alone in my criticism. Whilst I am glad you edited the headings to reflect the criticism of the original, you failed to take on board constructive advice from me and from others. Your comments reflect the same attention to detail as your deal - porky pies, exaggerations, silly assumptions and falsehoods throughout - it would be good if you researched carefully and posted "real" prices rather than made up ones. I guess this is the same for any other deals you post - you must have a great deal of time on your hands (unemployed ?) to have "investigated" me and come to some rather odd conclusions - your facts and figures are, of course, incorrect (like your deal); you far more time than I have, I’m afraid – I shall have to move on; please consider this correspondence closed.
#21
The Holiday Inn deal is still going - so why did you expire it? Very odd!

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