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The Vermont Hotel

The Vermont Hotel is Newcastle’s only 4-star independent hotel. Located next to The Castle, overlooking Newcastle Cathedral and both the Tyne and Millennium Bridges. The Vermont Hotel also brings Brasserie dining to the heart of Newcastle with The Bridge Brasserie. Nestling on the River Tyne, The Bridge Brasserie combines decadent dining with stunning views of the Newcastle and Gateshead Quayside.

Reviews: 8.6/10 Fabulous


Hotel Hyatt Regency Köln

Located right along the banks of River Rhine in Cologne, Germany, Hotel Hyatt Regency Köln is one of the most preferred accommodation option for both leisure as well as business travelers. With 306 spacious guestrooms and suites, this 5-star

Reviews: 8.7/10 Fabulous.

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Esans Hotel- Special Category

ISTANBUL  Esans Hotel- Special Category In a 19th-century, wooden mansion, this hotel offers Ottoman-style rooms with free Wi-Fi in the Sultanahmet District. The terrace offers Hagia Sophia and Marmara Sea views.

Reviews: 8.4/10 Fabulous.

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The Goring luxury Hotel in London

Situated only half a mile from the Buckingham Palace, getting accommodation at The Goring is bringing you close to spending the night at the royal palace. There is no doubt that the rooms on offer are exquisite owing to the many amenities that you will find inside.
Reviews: 9.2/10 Fabulous

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Corinthia Hotel London

The most peaceful experience

If you are looking for a relaxing spot where you can spend the holidays and welcome 2017 in total tranquility, you may want to try out Looe in England, UK. This small seaside town is highly unpopulated and thus offers the most peaceful experience to travelers who want to get away from the hustles and bustles of city


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Most Interesting Places In The UK
There are a number of places that you can visit, explore and enjoy once you are in UK. A few of these are given below.
This is a port city. It is on the River Clyde. It is located in the western Lowlands in Scotland. Once here, you can enjoy the Victorian and the Art Nouveau architecture. This was a prosperous city from the 18th to the 20th century as trade and shipbuilding flourished here. You would be able to see the same through the architecture of that era here.
It is the cultural hub today. The Scottish Opera and The Scottish Ballet is located here. Next is the National Theatre of Scotland. In addition are a large number of museums besides a thriving

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Inexpensive Traveling Across The UK
In case you are feeling that financial pinch while planning a holiday, there are places you can visit without spending too much. Luckily, these places have kept their prices low without going low on quality. Hence you can take a well-deserved holiday without having to forego essentials like delightful food.
This is a gated city that sits between two adjoining rivers. Its history dates back to prehistoric times. You can see a backdrop for numerous highly influential political events over here. York offers a wealth of historic attractions and is reasonably priced too.
There are Bed and Breakfast accommodations available at James College. It has beautiful green lawns and rivers.

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Cheap Hotels In UK

When searching for accommodation in the UK you will come across a range of options you may wish to consider. Hotels and guest houses are always a popular choice with Hotel4u as they are equipped to offer all the home comforts you would need for a comfortable stay. Generally, hotels are the most expensive option, this is usually because hotels have a broader range of facilities than the average guest house. A hotel will usually have a restaurant where food is served throughout the day, although breakfast is often included in the rate there is likely to be an additional charge for other meals. Room service may also be available and there is usually a licensed bar on the premises.

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Where Stay in Warwick
Warwick, the country town of Warwickshire in the heart of England is well known for the magnificent Warwick Castle, founded by William the Conqueror. The place offers a cordial and relaxed ambiance, with a wonderful mix of heritage and history. The town celebrates its rich heritage by frequently hosting various events that include literary and folk festivals. Warwick offers its visitors an attractive blend of both old-fashioned and contemporary experiences. You can find many antique centres, gift shops, art galleries, traditional tea shops, fine dining and boutiques in this town.
Proudly standing on the banks of the beautiful River Avon, the town is also home to the English St Nicholas Park, Collegiate church of St. Mary, Hill Close Gardens, St John's Museum, The Mill Garden and The Queen's Own Hussars Museum. If your are planning to visit Warwick, here are a few hotels that offer satisfactory and comfortable accommodation:

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Hotels in Telford
Telford, in the county of Shropshire is widely regarded as one of the most successful and fastest growing towns in the United Kingdom. Situated at the centre of the country, the town has easy access to important places like London, Birmingham and Manchester. Telford, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution is named after Thomas Telford, a civil engineer who engineered several road and rail projects in Shropshire county. It is close to Ironbridge Gorge, a beautiful tourist destination as well as UNESCO World Heritage Site. In addition to having some the best and biggest shopping centers of the county, Telford is also home to many other attractions like The Wrekin, Royal Air force Museum, Lilleshall Monument, Weston Park, Telford Town Park and many more.
Whether you are visiting Telford for a vacation or for business purposes,

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