If you’re staying in the UK this year, be sure to check out our guides below. From North to South, discover the best of Britain and Northern Ireland with a little help from easyHotel.
City breaks don’t always need to put you out of pocket! With some super budget accommodation and some free and cheap things to do, you’re all set for a budget break.
The Quayside is one of the most lively spots in Newcastle Gateshead, with bars, restaurants, markets, art galleries and concert halls… there’s never a shortage of things to do and is a must on your visit to the city. But where to start?
You could spend a whole day (or even a whole weekend!) exploring the Northern Quarter in Manchester. With its unique character, the creative heart of Manchester is more than just the newest hipster spot in the city.
Here at easyHotel, we may be in the business of encouraging people to lie down, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love a good stand up too! Go check out some local comedy gigs and venues over the coming months across the UK
Weekend break in the UK? Liverpool is the perfect destination. Renowned for its music and cultural scene, there is plenty to see, do, eat, drink… making it one of the most popular cities in the UK.
Leeds is a hub for art, culture and history which blends the British tradition of a rich history with a bustling metropolitan setting, making for a perfect contrast all in one place. Read on to find out some top things to do in Leeds.
Right in the heart of Yorkshire, Sheffield has more trees per person than any other city in Europe! Nicknamed the ‘Steel City,’ it was once an industrial giant - a key steel producer during the Industrial Revolution - and today these old factories house Sheffield’s buzzing cultural, arts and culinary destinations.
We’ll be there to provide you a comfy, clean and convenient night’s sleep (a hattrick!) whichever team you support. But where is your closest easyHotel and how do you get to the stadium you need?
Set on the River Orwell, this historic town in Suffolk has plenty to offer. Read on for things to do in Ipswich.
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