How to beat high UK hotel rates

It’s official the UK has the most expensive hotel rates in the whole of Europe. The highest increase in rates were both in Scotland, with an average annual increase of hotel prices in Aberdeen of 34% and 21% in Inverness. The average nightly price of a hotel room in the UK now stands at £106.

All the more reason to find value for money accommodation by looking at budget hotel chains with Travelodge rates as low as £19 a night for a family room on their advance booking, non refundable Saver rate. You can find the best deal with more than 30 accommodation suppliers on your preferred hotel with the price comparison site HotelsCombined. It’s always worth checking the price on the hotels own website too.

After all, if you are planning to get out and about and see as much as possible during your stay in the UK, you don’t want to be paying through the nose for a bed for the night.