When the weather in the UK is wet and the temperatures are low and the days are long and your work never seems to end, thoughts of a holiday often lighten the mood. Even talking about a holiday can change your outlook on life but planning one is the next best thing to actually going away. Planning the break is way more fun than preparing for it. You can still dream about the places you could visit and the practicalities of getting to the airport, asking someone to look after your cat and finding your sunhat that you haven't used for close to a year are something to deal with in the future. The price is always important. No one travels on an unlimited budget so how does £100 a night for your hotel room sound?
Let's start with somewhere a little out of the ordinary, shall we? Brody House in Budapest is one of Europe's most popular hotels for several reasons. People go there because it has colourful and charming rooms that reflect the character of the building. They also go there because the hotel showcases local artists by running exhibitions from time to time. Visitors also go there because it's just £65 a night.
How does your own lagoon villa in Bali for under £100 sound to you? Rooms at Villa Seminyak cost £60 a night. That's £60 a night to enjoy a villa within touching distance of the pool. For £110 you could book a double room and split the cost with a friend for an even cheaper nightly rate.
Rome for under £100 sounds good to us. You'll spend more time away from the hotel than you will in your room but you still want somewhere nice to lay your head after a day's sightseeing. The Nerva Boutique Hotel, where rooms can be booked for £88 a night, offers all the amenities you'd expect from a hotel with the added advantage of a great city centre location.
You'll need just £68 a night to stay at Yurbban Trafalgar in sunny Barcelona. This place has everything you'd expect from a top line hotel with the added advantage of a swimming pool on the roof terrace. How great does that sound?