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Ramada Jarvis - from £99 for 2 nights b&b plus a 3 course dinner for 2 people plus kids stay free and possible 13% Topcashback
Ramada Jarvis - from £99 for 2 nights b&b plus a 3 course dinner for 2 people plus kids stay free and possible 13% Topcashback

Ramada Jarvis - from £99 for 2 nights b&b plus a 3 course dinner for 2 people plus kids stay free and possible 13% Topcashback

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A similar deal was posted about 6 months ago, but that expired a while ago and the offer has now been reinstated.

Seems a really good deal, especially if the cashback pays off.

The following hotels are available for £99, other sites start at £119 (in brackets, TripAdvisor score out of 5):

Sutton Coldfield (2.7)
Solihull (3.5)
Glasgow Airport (2.9)
Hatfield (3.0)
Hemel Hempsted (3.1)
Hull (2.2)
Leeds North (2.7)
Leicester (2.4)
Livingston (3.3)
Gatwick (3.3)
Heathrow (3.8)
Nottingham (2.6)
Swansea (3.3)
Watford (2.8)

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Trying to book one of these deals, but just keep getting, ERROR messages, and 'some info missing'......
? Not voted hot or cold at the mo'. Will wait to see if anyone else has any success.

I was going to jump at this - but then I read the reviews on Tripadvisor.

It might be unfortunate that the bad reviews were just for the locations I was looking to book but best to check before you part with your cash.

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Dilbert;6371528

I was going to jump at this - but then I read the reviews on … I was going to jump at this - but then I read the reviews on Tripadvisor.It might be unfortunate that the bad reviews were just for the locations I was looking to book but best to check before you part with your cash.



Yeah they don't get the greatest reviews (I have included them in the OP). Heathrow seems to come off with the best average review.

I've only ever stayed at one Ramada (Newcastle Racecourse) and that was pretty good.

I ve booked this for Inverness...but it came to £139. Still a decent price in my opinion.

Should of posted this myself. Heat added.

I stayed with this deal at Easter in Manchester city centre which was £99 but now it's £149 they have well put the price up and with £12 parking per night it doesn't seem such a bargain now. This is a great deal however. We got the meal and drinks for free and breakfast both days which was excellent.

Oh, little note, I'm still fighting to get my cash back it never tracks with them and takes forever to then validate when you enter earnings enquiry. It took me a year once to get £10 but I did get it eventually.

Thanks worth looking at

I've tried weekdays and weekends and cannot get prices anywhere near those mentioned.

mattress;6377263

I've tried weekdays and weekends and cannot get prices anywhere near … I've tried weekdays and weekends and cannot get prices anywhere near those mentioned.



Well the first one i looked at Solihull and first date ( weekend at school half-term in October) came up with the offer at £99 . I could have a family room for 2 adults and 1 child at the same price too.
Are you using the link and puting your date in on that page ?

michellerfc;6376851

I stayed with this deal at Easter in Manchester city centre which was £99 … I stayed with this deal at Easter in Manchester city centre which was £99 but now it's £149 they have well put the price up and with £12 parking per night it doesn't seem such a bargain now. This is a great deal however. We got the meal and drinks for free and breakfast both days which was excellent.

hi
what drinks were free please - alcohol????

anyone been to this one Farnham Surrey- Not looking for romantic getaway more of a getaway from romance....... galfriend and I ( that is two chicks ) .
will the Dinner on first nite cater for veggies? Fish eating ones?

did you have to pay for the kids meals? hard to find any info. just says kids stay free .... do they pay for the meal or breakfast?

nothing in london

Stayed in Leicester one earlier this year --the breakfast is good , but the diinners are terrible -the staff seemed to have had little training and food was being served burnt or raw .
Rooms were good though

simonbrowne;6378474

did you have to pay for the kids meals? hard to find any info. just says … did you have to pay for the kids meals? hard to find any info. just says kids stay free .... do they pay for the meal or breakfast?



Bump. I'd love to know this as we have 2 kids, so it might make quite a difference?

the one in nottingham's underrated, the place is really nice inside, although a b*****d to get to, we must of drove past the turn off for it 6 times since you're stuck on a 1 way street...

But the rooms are pretty big. staff very helpful and facilites are pretty good, better than a 2.6 imo

funny how quidco have 10% and topcashback 13%. Good spot. Rep for that

sporting_exodus;6380692

Bump. I'd love to know this as we have 2 kids, so it might make quite a … Bump. I'd love to know this as we have 2 kids, so it might make quite a difference?


emailed them this morning and got this reply

[LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Simon,[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

[LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Children are entitled to breakfast for free if under the age of 10. [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]
[LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Dinner is not included for children, but you are able to order their meals separately.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]

[LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Kind Regards

[COLOR=Black]since my kids are 12 and 14 I wont be taking them up on it. did book a"holiday inn" deal which had better terms which is still running. £99 for the same sort of deal , still have to pay for the 14 yr old breakfast and dinner but the other one(12 yr old) should get a meal and 2 breakfast free.


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simonbrowne;6382147

emailed them this morning and got this … emailed them this morning and got this reply[LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Simon,[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT] [LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Children are entitled to breakfast for free if under the age of 10. [/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT] [LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Dinner is not included for children, but you are able to order their meals separately.[/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT] [LEFT][FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#0000ff]Kind Regards[COLOR=Black]since my kids are 12 and 14 I wont be taking them up on it. did book a"holiday inn" deal which had better terms which is still running. £99 for the same sort of deal , still have to pay for the 14 yr old breakfast and dinner but the other one(12 yr old) should get a meal and 2 breakfast free.[/COLOR][/COLOR][/SIZE][/FONT][/LEFT]



Cheers for that. I'd presumed no children's meals were included, so quite useful if you've got under 12s.

I booked 3 successive 2-3 night breaks on this offer back in May for a stay at Ealing in order to get 3 free main meals for my wife and I over a one week stay with 2 kids. The offer claims you can get the free evening meal on the first night of each short break AND get free accomodation for kids (in the parents' room.) I ended up having to argue the toss on arrival as my online booking confirmation didn't mention the free evening meal. Fortunately after 30 minutes on the phone to their head office they relented and honoured the evening meal offer but they said that I was mistaken and that if the website doesn't mention the free evening meal when you choose the payment option following your room search that means that the offer isn't available for those dates or that hotel.

I've since searched high and low to find some combination of dates and hotels to come up with the free evening meal offer for a family of 4 and it just won't deliver any. Also, if you do manage to get the free evening meal (worth £22 for each person officially), be prepared for them to charge you a compulsory 10% service charge on the TOTAL cost of your meal and drinks - including on top of the "free" £22 per person meal cost. I was a bit shocked when the £12 for my children's 2 main meals suddenly became £17.60 with this service charge. Needless to say that I didn't tip as well, in spite of being invited to do so on the bottom of the receipt for the meal...

A final tip - The children's meals are very unimaginativeand unhealthy - (Sausages with chips or fried chicken with chips. ) If you ask for veg they offer either salad or their standard adult veg covered in lemon juice or other dressings. Not really very appetising for most 6 or 7 year olds. It's probably worth eating out at night to be honest as the set menu for adults also featured the ubiquitous sausages nearly every night.

agreed their terms are very loose.
the term "stay" to me means the whole package food and sleeping. if they put "sleep" for free children it would be more accurate. also the term children. to me indicates people who are under 16. nowhere on the site could i see a reference to age. if I had booked liked i planned i would have been ripped off totally by an established company.

if you are looking for a deal like this then i'd goto holiday inn. which has better and clearer terms at the moment.(havent been but going end october) although i was looking forward to the larger rooms ramada seem to provide.

I've noticed that quirk too where dinner ISN'T actually included on the first night on many of the dates/places I've looked at.

I've only seen it included on a couple of searches so you do need to be aware - if it doesn't say it on the confirmation screen you aren't going to get it.

Having said that a good deal if you've got 2 under 10's and can find a place where you get a free meal for the adults on the first night. You're getting accommodation for four for 2 nights, breakfast for four people twice over and a possible bonus of an evening meal for two adults on the first night. All for £99.....and possible cashback!
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