With a romantic weekend break for two, you and your partner can escape a while, enjoying the company and surroundings you love in a fabulous four or five star...... more
With a romantic weekend break for two, you and your partner can escape a while, enjoying the company and surroundings you love in a fabulous four or five star hotel.A popular gift for couples, this romantic short break offers beautiful places where you can unwind and have fun. Surroundings designed to inspire include an opulent break in Cornwall, a hotel with four poster bed and jacuzzi or an elegant Georgian coaching inn.This romantic mini break comprises a night's accommodation for two with delicious English breakfast included and a special gift for your partner. Do they love chocolates and champagne or flowers? The choice of gift is up to you when you book this romantic adventure for two.You can always extend your romantic weekend break. Ask for more details when booking, once you've received your gift voucher pack.Locations:Brook Mollington Banastre Hotel, Chester; Brook Tewkesbury Park Hotel, Tewkesbury; Bull Hotel, Peterborough; Edgemoor Country House Hotel, Bovey Tracey; Leopold Hotel, Sheffield; Lythe Hill Hotel, Haslemere; Norfolk Royale, Bournemouth; Otterburn Castle Hotel; RadissonBlu Hotel, Birmingham; St Georges Hotel, Llandudno; St Michael's Hotel and Spa, Falmouth; Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort, Blessington.Availability:Depends on location selected. A few dates may be subject to a supplement or restrictions - please enquire when booking, following receipt of your romantic weekend gift voucher pack.Fitness/Qualifications:Min. age: 18. Participants make their own travel arrangements to and from the location.Duration:A romantic weekend break for two.Voucher Terms and Validity:Valid 9 months. Purchase constitutes acceptance of Terms and Conditions. Usually dispatched in 1-2 working days.
...a US-based family of hotel chains, with a reasonably strong presence in the UK. The parent company is Carlson. The following brands are prevalent in the UK:
Radisson Blu ? is a group of four star luxury hotel/resorts outside the US. They feature predominantly in major cities. This chain used to be called Radisson SAS but has since been renamed.
Radisson Edwardian ? a small, four...
Advantages: Nice hotel, friendly staff Disadvantages: Expenisve, not much storage space in room
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I recently returned from a holiday with my parents. We stayed in this Hotel in Nice, France. We stayed in a Radisson SAS in Amsterdam several years ago but other than remembering that it was a positive experience I don't remember a lot about it so I can't really compare the two. I was looking forward to staying in the hotel and I was pleased it was only 10-15 minutes away...
Advantages: Location, free wi-fi, food. Disadvantages: Expensive and the ghosts might eat you
...station and is a short (5-10 minutes) walk to the Radisson Blu. There is a car park with space for over 120 cars, unfortunately it costs £12.50 per day to park there which I think is a complete rip when paying for a four star hotel!
This did used to be called the Radisson SAS hotel which is part of the Radisson chain of hotels. My first impression was good, rather than the typical 1980's concrete...