Accommodation:There are a variety of rooms like the single, double, deluxe, super deluxe, suites, honey moon suites and such others for you to choose from according to your requirements. However all the rooms are spacious and well ventilated. As it is the entire hotels are non-smoking mostly and are air conditioned. There is internet access in all rooms and flat screen TVs with cable connection the entire day. The beds are very comfortable and the décor of the rooms too are in tune to the modern furniture placed in every room. The lighting fixtures are wonderful and create a magical ambience to give you a special feeling of luxury and romance. The bathrooms too are well fitted with bath tubs, basins, wall units, various plugs, showers, bathrobes and complimentary toiletries. There is tea or coffee making areas too for extra luxury. Room services and laundry facilities are offered also.Availability of food:There are attached restaurants with every Cheap UK Hotels. They serve delicacies of all types of cuisines besides English dishes. Normally continental and English breakfast is served as complimentary offers. All throughout the day you can have your choice of food and drinks on order. Special light dishes are prepared for children and kids on request. Other facilities:All the Cheap UK Hotels have large conference halls for meetings and they are well equipped with the modern technologies like hi-fi sound system, microphones, lighting arrangements and strong audio systems. You will also get cars on hire if you want to go touring round the city. Package tours are also conducted by the hotel authorities as well. However to avail of the Cheap UK Hotels prior bookings are absolutely necessary.
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