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London on a budget: stick together

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London is a simmering pot of energy, just waiting to explose. Between the cosmopolitan bars, offbeat clubs and lively pubs, party animals are spoilt for choice. Finding a place to crash between nights out, however, is not so …

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Central Hotels in Barcelona From €80

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Given the variety of attractions in Barcelona’s Old Town (Ciutat Vella) – particularly around Las Ramblas – and the more contemporary district of Eixample, these areas are also where visitors will find the city’s highest …

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Family and Friends: Barcelona for Groups

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Apartments, studios, suites: if you’re visiting Barcelona in a group, there is a good choice of alternatives to the classic hotel room. These options often work out considerably cheaper for those travelling with family or …

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Barcelona Business Class: Luxury Hotels

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The Catalonian capital has everything the business tourist could ask for. 41% of all Barcelona tourism in 2012 was for business purposes, and it is one of the most popular destinations in the world for hosting courses and …

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Barcelona Beach: The Best Seafront Hotels

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As well as boasting a vivacious culture and a renowned historic centre, Barcelona also makes the most of its geographic location by the sea. Tourists and residents alike now take full advantage of the redeveloped seafront, …

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Barcelona on a Budget: Something for Everyone

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Whether you’re visiting Barcelona to see the landmark sights or a football match, to attend a concert or a business meeting; there are many reasons people look for a cheap room in a good location. If you want to make the most …

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Hip Hotels in London’s East End

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If you want to stay away from the ultra-touristy areas, London’s cool East End is a great way to discover another side of the city. The working-class roots of the area have nurtured a multicultural, creative community with an …

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13 London hotels for around £70

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Everyone knows that London is a pricey city – even a short break can quickly become an expensive affair. Here at HotelHotel.com, we decided to lend a helping hand by finding a selection of hotels in central London for around …

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A Shopping Trip to London: best hotels

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10 London Hotels for Families

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London is an ideal city to visit with children. There’s no shortage of fun, educational activities to enjoy: explore vast parks and free national museums, discover the Sea Life Aquarium, the London Zoo, the Tower of London …

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10 hotels between South Bank and Bankside

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Once a refuge for bandits and down-and-out artists, the old industrial district south of the Thames has now become a hip area brimming with culture. From South Bank to Bankside, there’s no lack of attractions for tourists, …

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Where to Stay in Retiro

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Located in central Madrid, the neighbourhood of Retiro surrounds the city’s immense green space, the Parque del Retiro, which is home to the famous Palacio del Crystal. While primarily residential, the area remains lively …

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Unique london hotels for romantic breaks

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If you’re looking to indulge your loved one, London offers a rich and romantic mix of culture and history. But regardless of how you choose to spend your time out and about, the most important decision for a romantic break is …

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Luxury london hotels

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London cuts no corners when it comes to luxury. While average room sizes may prove smaller than elsewhere, London’s luxury hotels lavish boundless attention on providing outstanding service and world-renowned designers are …

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Secret London: Unique Hideaways

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In a city where eccentricity rules the codes of style, London’s hotels are outstanding in terms of elegance, design and decoration. Other than the famous five-starred temples of luxury, London conceals a selection of discrete …

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Alternative Amsterdam

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It’s true that not everyone goes to Amsterdam for the canals and windmills… Certain activities that are strictly forbidden in most parts of the world are fully legal and licensed here, earning the city a reputation as liberal …

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Amsterdam: Luxury and Design Hotels

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Amsterdam is a city where centuries of rich maritime history coincide with a modern, dynamic culture. This mix is reflected in a wide range of luxury accommodation that draws on both the historic character of the city’s …

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Amsterdam’s Most Romantic Hotels

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Contemporary 4-star hotels, Classic charm, floating love nests, cool urban retreats ... In short, some of the Amsterdam’s Most Romantic Hotels.

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Refresh and Recharge in Amsterdam

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While Amsterdam isn’t famous as a city of health and wellbeing, it’s entirely possible to find a hotel where you can kick back in a dressing gown next to a heated indoor pool and treat yourself to a rejuvenating spa …

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Amsterdam: Low-cost Hotels and Cheap Accommodation for Groups

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Amsterdam isn’t cheap, so if you’d rather spend your money on enjoying the city than on accommodation, the best plan is to stay in a youth hostel. Located in the liveliest areas, hostels are particularly appealing to groups …

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Truly Unique: 9 Hotels for an Unforgettable Experience in Amsterdam

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Subversive, wacky, underground: Amsterdam’s alternative side plays a large part in its success. Many visitors come looking for an out-of-the-ordinary experience… and there’s no reason why that shouldn’t include their hotel as …

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Family Breaks in Amsterdam

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Amsterdam is full of attractions that the whole family can enjoy. Its picturesque streets and historic monuments are a pleasure to explore by foot or on a bike, and young visitors will have fun discovering the Nemo science …

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Bohemian Amsterdam: the Jordaan Neighbourhood

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A village within the city, the neighbourhood of Jordaan is Amsterdam’s bohemian heart. Home to creatives and intellectuals, the area’s charming streets host a vibrant scene of independent shops, organic markets, cafés and art …

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In Amsterdam on Business

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Amsterdam is a dynamic commercial hub that plays host to a high number of international conferences and business meetings. The new business district Zuidas of offers a …

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Amsterdam: The City Centre and the Red Light District

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The Red Light District, once a notorious port of call for sailors, is Amsterdam’s oldest neighbourhood. Today, it’s known far and wide for its neon-lit windows and coffee shops, but also for its China Town restaurants and …

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Amsterdam: A Low-cost Weekend for Two

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Amsterdam’s youth hostels are something of an institution among the party crowd, but they’re ideal if you’re planning on an intimate break with a loved one. This is our pick of hotels for couples who want to avoid the …

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In the Heart of Amsterdam: Hotels Around Dam Square

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It would be a crime not to visit Dam Square while in Amsterdam. With its historic monuments and shopping streets, the area around the landmark square is also a great place to stay. The following selection presents some of the …

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11 Hot Hotels for a Shopping Trip to Madrid

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The exclusive district of Salamanca is the place to find Madrid’s fashionistas and catch up on the city’s latest flamboyant trends. The chic boutiques on Calle Serrano, Calle José Ortega y Gasset and Calle Claudio Coello are …

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Atocha, Madrid: Hotels Near The Station

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The neighbourhood of Atocha is home to Madrid’s main station, making it a practical base for those visiting the city – but the station isn’t the only reason that travellers opt to stay in Atoch. Given its proximity to the …

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Madrid on a Budget

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Apart from the numerous youth hostels and guesthouses that populate the city, flaunting cheap rates from as low as €12, Madrid also caters for tourists and visitors on a budget with a good choice of low-cost hotels spread …

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10 sure bets in central Madrid

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Choosing between the numerous hotels, guesthouses and hostels in central Madrid can be a difficult task given the high amount of options available for different tastes and budgets. So, to clear the air, Hotelhotel decided to …

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Madrid "caliente": the Best Hotels with Pools

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In July and August, it’s commonplace for temperatures to rise above 40°C. So after having soaked up the rays all day, a dip in the pool is a refreshing prospect. We’ve found nine hotels with outdoor pools that come highly …

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Madrid: 13 Unique Hotels

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Faced with the ever-increasing competition from new hotels in Madrid, certain establishments have opted to cater to the type of traveller who looks for intimate, unique accommodation. By offering a limited number of guest …

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On Business in Madrid: Convenience, Services and Facilities for the Working Traveller

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Madrid is the sixth most-visited city in Europe, attracting both business and tourism with its truly cosmopolitan mix of culture and commerce. The city boasts two main business hubs: the central commercial and financial area …

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The Best Hotels around Heathrow Airport

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With around 70-million visitors a year, Heathrow is the 4th-busiest airport in the world. Located to the west of London, Heathrow is linked to the city centre by an express train, which takes just fifteen minutes, and the …

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Stay at the Foot of the Eiffel Tower

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The iconic Eiffel Tower is visited by millions of tourists every year who all climb its three floors for a chance to admire the unique view over Paris. Despite its status as a tourist magnet, the number of hotels in the area …

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Futuroscope on a Budget

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The most important part of a trip to Futuroscope is of course discovering the theme park’s high-tech attractions. On top of the entrance ticket there’s also the price of eating out and buying souvenirs, so treating the whole …

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Family Accommodation at Futuroscope

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Futuroscope is first and foremost a family destination. The affiliated on-site hotels as well as the hotels in the surrounding area have definitely taken this into account, offering rooms and facilities that are well-adapted …

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High-Quality and Unique Accommodation Near Futuroscope

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Two of the twelve official Futuroscope hotels possess a 4-star grading. They’re not particularly luxurious – that wouldn’t fit with the park’s theme – but offer a higher level of comfort and quality facilities at rates that …

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Original Hotels and Offbeat Accommodation in Paris

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Paris, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, is home to its fair share of concept hotels. Spread across the different arrondissements and covering a wide price range, these hotels are a destination in their own right, …

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The Champs-Elysées: the Lap of Luxury

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No travel guide for Paris would be complete if it didn’t include the Champs-Elysées, a monumental parade of palatial hotels, chic boutiques and flagship stores that runs between the Arc de Triomphe and Place de la Concorde. …

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Paris: Great Deals in Good Locations

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Cheap hotels in Paris do exist! The vast majority of low-cost accommodation is located in the outskirts, around the main entrances or “portes”. While the big attractions are not exactly on your doorstep, a metro station or …

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In Paris on Business: 12 Hotels in the West of the City

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There’s no lack of hotels in Paris, and the same is true in the business districts. If you’re in Paris on business then there’s a chance that you’ll want to find a hotel in the west of the city from where La Défense, the Parc …

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Paris with Kids: Hotels with Families in Mind

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Toys, carry-cot, bath tub, high chair… travelling with a baby and/or small children can quickly become an expedition for parents unless you can find accommodation suited to your needs. Child-friendly hotels exist in just …

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Saint-Germain and Odéon: chic hotels on Paris’s Left Bank

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Hotels in the neighbourhood of Saint-Germain-des-Près have a good reason to be proud of their address. One of the most chic districts of Paris, the 6th arrondissement marries historic charm with modern urban living. Home to …

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Mobility and Convenience: Hotels near Paris’s Major Stations

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If you’re arriving in Paris by Eurostar, or planning to visit other regions of France by train, you might find it practical to stay in a hotel located near one of the major railway stations. Getting to the airport can also be …

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Paris: The Best Hotels around Bastille

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One of the capital’s liveliest districts, the concentration of bars, concert halls, cinemas and fashion boutiques that line the Rue de la Roquette, Rue de Lappe and Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine makes Bastille a fast and …

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Exclusive Little Gems : Boutique Hotels in Paris

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The range of “boutique hotels” in Paris has greatly developed in recent years, offering an alternative to the vast luxury hotels and famous chain establishments. These hotels distinguish themselves by offering a limited …

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Disneyland Paris on a Budget : Low-cost Hotels Near the Theme Park

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The dream Disney experience can quickly become an expensive escapade… The official Disney hotels located within the theme park may have the enchanting edge, but their prices can be a sharp reality check. For those who don’t …

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Disneyland Paris: Living the Dream

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Whilst visiting the land where dreams come true, why not complete the experience by staying in a fairytale castle, getting pampered in a spa, playing golf on a pristine lawn and swimming in a heated pool? Live the dream and …

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The Best Hotels around the Opéra Garnier

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The magnificent Palais Garnier opera house is located in a district packed with business HQs and famous department stores (the Galeries Lafayette and Printemps) that is simply referred to as “Opéra”. Situated between the Gare …

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Hotels Near Madrid-Barajas Airport

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While there are no hotels within the actual terminals, travellers looking for a hotel close to Madrid-Barajas airport aren’t short on options. The range of rooms on offer is ample and varied, and the prices are surprisingly …

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London: the best hotels in the city

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The City is London’s historical and commercial centre. Now dominated by the striking modern architecture of the country’s corporate enterprises, it is also home to some of the oldest monuments in London such as Saint Paul’s …

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