A country that has managed to embrace the future while holding tight to the past, England caters to every traveller, even those with a regal disposition.
Can you hear London calling?
The unmistakable capital of England, London is a patchwork of history, majesty, music, theatre, fashion and more. Beyond the vibrant city proper are 32 boroughs that add up to make London the largest city in all of Western Europe with attractions to test the confines of your itinerary.
When it comes to booking London hotels, your choices are practically endless throughout Piccadilly, Paddington, Convent Garden, Leicester Square, Notting Hill and Soho, to name but a few. All of the well-known as well-loved hotels are in attendance, including the Best Western, Radisson Blu, Sofitel, Rydges, Hyatt, Novotel , Mercure and more.
Meandering through the Midlands
The Midlands are the heart of England where that imagined ideal of quaint, English countryside interspersed with convivial townships comes to life. A medley of man-made and natural wonders will fill your holiday across Derbyshire, Nottingham, Leicester, Birmingham and beyond.
You will find the familiar and always comfortable Mercure in Nottingham city centre, Shrewsbury Albrighton, Leicester city and Stratford Upon Avon. The ibis and Holiday Inn chains make an appearance across the Midlands too, while tasteful boutique hotels and humble bed and breakfasts are never far from the city limits.
Cultural hubs Liverpool and Manchester
Famed for its cultural influences and notorious as the birthplace of The Beatles, Liverpool is a historic city with a youthful energy that extends into a heady nightlife scene. Whether you're visiting to catch Liverpool FC in action or explore the many galleries and museums, there is an abundance of accommodation close to the must-see city sights, especially around Chapel, Hanover and Victoria streets.
Halfway between Liverpool and Leeds is the so-called capital of Northern England, Manchester – a brilliantly diverse city known for its sporting and musical prowess above all else. There are plenty of hotels in this vast city, including upmarket offerings from the Radisson Blue Edwardian and Marriott Victoria & Albert.
The hotel is situated in the heart of Bayswater on a quiet side street just off the Bayswater Road opposite Hyde Park, less than 5 minutes walk from Queensway and Bayswater underground stations and is ideal for all types of leisure travellers.
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1 May - 30 June 2018
Holiday Inn Kensington Forum
Located in the Kensington area, Gloucester Road underground station is two minutes walk and offers easy access to both the West End and Heathrow Airport. The hotel's main restaurant is attractively decorated in pale colours with a light wood parquet floor, gold coloured handrails and detai...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 7 July - 30 August 2018
Chelsea Flower Show - Essentials Package 2018
Be inspired and dazzled by the world's most prestigious flower show, the 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Set in the grounds of the Royal Hospital Chelsea, explore the 11-acre display of flowers and nurseries which showcase the best in garden design and landscaping. Don't miss your opportunity to ex...
Travel Dates: Only on 23-25 May 2018
Melia Hotel White House
The Melia White House Hotel was built in 1936 and was originally launched as The White House luxury apartments. The hotel's building still preserves its architectural value as a prime example of late 1930s architecture. An eclectic style where contemporary design meets classic. After a recent ref...
Travel Dates: Selected travel dates 1-30 November 2018