If staying in a hotel in London for a bargain sounds good to you, then keep reading. Believe it or not, there is a secret for customers to get cheap hotel prices in London and across the rest of the UK – and it is quite simple at the end of the day.
In an article published by The Telegraph, one hotel guest has proclaimed that the best trick is to never stay in hotels on Fridays and Saturdays. By just swapping Saturday to Sunday, visitors can get access to exclusive deals and offers, and you’re saving money in the process.
The article states: “One pub group whose Sunday Sleepovers I have been taking advantage of for years is EatDrinkSleep, which owns the Felin Fach Griffin in Wales, and Gurnard’s Head and Old Coastguard in Cornwall.
“At the Felin Fach Griffin, dinner, bed and breakfast Monday to Saturday starts at £225, whereas their Sunday Sleepover includes Sunday lunch, supper, room and breakfast on Monday from £230 […] As for London hotels, a new app, staycation.co, has just launched to offer Sunday deals and “experiences” such as cocktail making.”
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On top of this, most hotels are struggling to fill rooms on Sundays, so the prices and rates are often lower. According to the travel agency Kayak, it’s around ’23 per cent cheaper to check-in on a Sunday.’ The article goes on to list the top 20 hotels in the UK to spend a Sunday night stay, with one being featured in London.
Located in Chelsea, Sloane Place apparently offers doubles from £150 on a Sunday, including breakfast. If you book on a Saturday, guests will have to cash in £238. The rooms are described to be ‘low key with muted tones, and dinner a refreshing mix of comfort food and healthy plates.’
King’s Road is also just a stone’s throw away, which boasts high-end outlets such as lululemon and Massimo Dutti. With Sloane Square right on your doorstep, the hotel is close to The Botanist and The Ivy Chelsea – perfect for late night cocktails.
To book at Sloane Place, click here.