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Best and worst UK seaside hotels

Our secret inspectors checked-in to some fantastic seaside stays, as well as a nightmare property that wasn’t even rated one star.   We’ve found some of Britain’s best and worst places to stay for sun, sea and sand, based on our anonymous inspections. Read on to find the charming coastal resorts that are worth every […]

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How to find cheap hotel rooms

Six tips to slash hundreds of pounds off your next booking   Check comparison sites Booking.com may tell you you’ve found a great deal on a luxury four-star hotel, but don’t stop there. Comparison sites, such as Trivago and Kayak, will trawl the market for the lowest price they can find. Even then, it’s a […]

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Hotel star ratings explained

What should you expect when you stay at a three-star hotel? How does five stars in the UK compare with five stars in Europe? We help you navigate the confusing world of hotel star ratings.     It all used to seem so simple. Two stars meant a breakfast buffet and clean set of towels. […]

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How to spot scams on Airbnb and other letting sites

Our expert advice will help you make sure your holiday accommodation really exists   According to police statistics, holidaymakers were conned out of £6.7m in 2017 because of holiday booking fraud. Some victims lost thousands of pounds booking holiday-let apartments or villas that didn’t really exist. So before you book with Airbnb, Holiday Lettings or […]

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Best no-fly holidays from the UK

Had enough of airports? We explore the best ways to see the world, without setting foot on a plane, including cruises, road trips, train journeys and more   Five great road trips: self-drive holidays in the UK and beyond London to Brighton Most people take the M23 when heading to the seaside but adding 20 […]

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Top five crowd-free European cities

Avoid the crowds in the five European cities rated best for peace and quiet by Which? members Krakow   Krakow may be Poland’s second-biggest city, but wander away from the impressive Central Square towards the remains of the old medieval wall and you’ll start to have the place to yourself. In Planty Park, which encircles […]

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Will a tourist pass save you money?

We crunch the numbers to see whether it’s worth buying National Trust and English Heritage membership, or city passes in New York, Rome and Edinburgh   National Trust   How much a year?Individual £72. Joint £120 (two adults over 18 at the same address). Family membership £126 (two adults plus up to 10 of their […]

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Five bargain short-haul breaks

Fancy a European break that won’t break the bank? These five good-value cities are highly rated by our members Kraków, Poland Krakow topped our European city survey with its Renaissance palaces and Baroque churches on every corner, not to mention alfresco coffee shops strewn on cobblestone streets. But the best bit? Krakow continues to resist […]

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Five bargain cultural trips for winter

Fancy a weekend in one of Europe’s great artistic and historic hotspots but not too keen on the crowds? You could save a packet and have a more peaceful trip in the winter. Fancy a weekend in one of Europe’s great artistic and historic hotspots but not too keen on the crowds? You could save […]

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