Review: Day-Use Hotels

*This post is written in collaboration with Day-Use Hotels

Have you ever taken the children out for a day trip, to a new town or the seaside and found yourself wanting some home comforts – somewhere for the kids to nap, somewhere to freshen up or somewhere to just sit for a few minutes and make yourself a cup of tea? Well Day-Use Hotels have the answer.

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Unlike traditional hotel rooms that charge by the night, Day-Use Hotels feature hotel rooms that you can book for the day. For example, Day-Use Hotels can help you find a hotel in London for you to use from 10am until 6pm for as little as £40. This would make a great base if you were being a tourist for the day, in London on business or having time to pass between travel connections.

I know from experience that having eight hours to kill between flight connections in a foreign country can be tedious, and even harder when travelling with children. Having a hotel room close to the airport where you can freshen up, get something to eat and prepare for the next leg of your journey would really help to save your sanity.

Day-Use Hotels offer up to 75% off standard hotel rates and you can cancel without charge. You also don’t need a credit card to book and they have hotels listed around the world making it a one stop website for finding somewhere to use as a base wherever you find yourself.

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Although Day-Use Hotels offer hotel rooms at such a great discount they aren’t a budget service – their hotels are luxury and often boutique accommodation giving you a great place to escape to for a few hours whatever the intended use.

We are planning on taking the children into London for the day near Christmas and having a hotel room like this whilst we’re there could be a great resource – somewhere for Little Man to nap in the afternoon, for us to drop our shopping off and somewhere to get ready before dinner and our journey home.

If you’re going somewhere and have a few hours to pass, take a look at Day-Use Hotels, a great place to book a beautiful room to spend an hour or two or even the whole day.

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2 thoughts on “Review: Day-Use Hotels

  1. This sounds like a really good idea. Especially for places like London, much nicer than dragging your bags round and having to use public toilets.

    Cat x

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