Travel

Be it crossing the globe or holidaying closer to home, we bring you the best reviews of travel destinations in the UK and abroad,

Living A Life Of Luxe: The Best & Cheapest Locations Worldwide

We share our top dreamy travel destinations to move to if you’re looking to relocate, from the beaches of America to the views from Asia.

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Dream Destinations to add to your list

We all have a bucket list or an ultimate travel destinations list, right? And the more we travel, the more destinations that we add to the list, as we have new things that we want to discover and experience. But even if you have some dream destinations, it can be a struggle to decide where to go to next.

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Doubletree by Hilton Hotels Chester Review

A quick travel from Cheshire Oaks outlet stores and Chester Zoo, the Doubletree hotel by Hilton is perfectly situated for a week of indulgence and fun. STYLEetc headed down to try the facilities and stay overnight for review.

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Cash Strapped Brits Run Out of Money on Day 3 of Holiday

Planning your holiday spends can be tough to plan, especially with the current economic uncertainty in currency exchange value as a new study shows 1 in 4 will run out of money on the third day of holiday.

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Jungle Jet Setting: Rise in flights to far flung countries

A huge increase in flight searches to jungle locations including Bornea and India has occurred since this year’s I’m a Celebrity aired on ITV.

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A Spa Weekend at the Beech Hill Hotel

STYLE etc returned to the Lake District, Bowness on Windermer, to review lakeside location with spa the Beech Hill Hotel on it’s facilities and experience.

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A Lakeside Retreat at Storrs Hall

STYLEetc head to the Lake District to review historic hotel Storrs Hall. Built in the 1700’s this heritage location promises lakeside views and impressive features.

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The Top 5 Things to do in Lisbon

STYLE etc has been busy totting up the must see attractions for a long weekend in Portugal’s popular capital city of Lisbon.

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The Fourteas Cafe Stratford-upon-Avon Review

STYLE etc is on tour this week and we couldn’t help but slip in a little review of this adorable cafe stumbled upon our travels. The Fourteas Cafe is a 1940’s themed tearoom located in Stratford-upon-Avon and brings character and charm which befits its hometowns historic aesthetic.

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Travel Review: London Holiday Checklist

STYLE etc has rounded up the main attractions to visit in London, covering food, landmarks and activities for both families and couples.

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Motel One Manchester Piccadilly Hotel Review

A recent addition to Manchester’s hotel scene, the Motel One Manchester Piccadilly hotel aims to provide a boutique style experience for a budget hotel price. Our Editor has put Motel One’s claims to the test; read the full review of the Motel One Manchester Piccadilly Hotel.

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Ultimate part time job? National Rail’s 16-25 Railcard offers 10K role to travel to UK’s Top Destinations

If you are after more than a run-of-the-mill retail or bartending job whilst studying at university this year, National Rail’s 16-25 Railcard is looking for aspiring adventurers to apply for Britain’s ultimate part time job.

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Seaside Getaways with the Caravan Club

Holidaymakers can return to their childhood holiday destinations with The Caravan Club and visit some of Britain’s classic seaside resorts. Britain’s beaches are renowned for their stripy deckchairs, quirky gift shops and stunning views, ideal for a family holiday.

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Top 8 Must-See Travel Destinations to add to your Bucket List

Wanderlust can strike at any moment, with many of us wishing we could spend time travelling the world to experience some of the most beautiful countries and travel destinations that are often only reserved for our daydreams. We have shortlisted our top 8 travel destinations that you should definitely add to your bucket list. From Nordic city breaks to lush beach escapes, we have included travel destinations to suit all tastes.

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North the Grange Mercure Review Bristol

North the Grange Mercure Hotel offers fine dining and excellent accommodation on the outskirts of Bristol. Read our review and discover the hotel’s attributing features on food, rooms and decor.

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Insider’s Travel Guide to Singapore

A hybrid infusion of western meets East, Sinagpore boasts an original mix of dining, shopping and activities to behold. Read our Insider’s Guide to discover the best places to eat, shop and stay.

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Insider’s Travel Guide | 5 things to do in Ibiza

Situated in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, the Balearic island of Ibiza has firmly been at the epicentre of the World’s party scene for a number of decades. But don’t be fooled, there is much more to the World’s party capital than meets the eye. From experiencing the sites of the Old Town to the best beach club parties to be seen at, Fashion & Lifestyle Editor Amie Gee explores some of the top things to do during your next stay in Ibiza.

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Top Ten Tips for Total Hotel Satisfaction with HotelsCombined

HotelsCombined.co.uk shares ten industry insights for budget conscious travellers. Up to 40% savings swapping Med for Eastern Europe.

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Travel: Condado De Alhama, Murcia

Situated just 90minutes from Alicante Airport, Condado De Alhama is like a home away from home. Since being built, the resort has seen thousands of Brits leave the rainy rat race of the UK for the laid back sunshine of Spain.  Fully opening in July 2009, Al Kasar is home to a Spar for all your holiday essentials, as well as The Clover Irish Bar, Big G’s American Diner, La Cata Steak House and Bako Sports Bar. There is also a beauty salon and plans to open an Ice Cream Parlour and Indian takeaway in time for the summer rush.  We’ve already been twice this year, thanks to a friend owning one of its two bedroom apartments, with a roof terrace. Our first trip in February was great for taking a break out of work and getting an idea of what heat actually feels like after a snowy winter! We thought it was warm and wandered about it vest tops but the locals thought otherwise! Our editor even got sun burn! Evenings were cold but nothing that you wouldn’t expect in February.  Al Kasar Our next trip was in April, just as they were experiencing a heat wave. We spent…

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‘On an evening in Roma’ City Break in Rome

Rome, the city of love, famous for its historical landmarks, its famous cuisine and its designer stores. Taking a stroll through the cobbled streets of Rome you will find yourself surrounded by old Roman ruins, churches, fountains and restaurants serving everything Italy is known for, Gelato, Pizza, Pasta and Cheeses. Getting yourself around Rome is easy, with a choice of ‘Hop on Hop off’ tours starting at €20 for a day ticket or by taking the metro. The buses stop at various locations including the Trevi Fountain, The Spanish Steps, The Colosseum and the Vatican City, ensuring that you do not miss anything that Rome has to offer. The buses run every day, with services every 10 minutes until 7pm so there is ample opportunity to travel and see everything in this magical city.  Where to stay in Rome I hear you ask? Location is key. Our Hotel, the Marcella Royal Hotel was located on Via Flavia, approximately 10 minutes walking distance away from the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish steps. However, you will soon figure out that most of the cobbled streets lead to one another and things are a lot closer together than you first think. So one…

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