When can I get the cheapest hotel deals?
According to travel website Away.com, the cheapest time to book a hotel room is the day before you arrive, for which you'll clearly need nerves of steel, or lady luck on your side as many sought-after resorts and hotels will have much-reduced availability by then. If you're travelling off-peak or mid-week, it's worth a punt...Rachel England, journalist
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With the help of weholiday.co.uk you can compare hotels - or cheap hotel and flight combinations - from thousands of destinations in one quick and easy search, then book online.
By comparing hotel prices you can rest assured that you're finding accommodation that offers value for money at your chosen destination.
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If you click the 'Get Prices' button above for hotels, you'll be asked to enter your planned destination, the number of rooms required, the number of adults, children (aged two-to-11) and infants (up to the age of two), your arrival date and how many nights you want to stay.
The hotel comparison results page will allow you to filter by board basis (room only or bed and breakfast), star rating, map location and price.
The individual hotel options will then show you an overview description of a venue with its star rating, photos, board basis and price (total and average per room per night).
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- 47% of UK travellers aged 18-34 take their laptop on holiday with them
- 92% take their mobile or smartphone
- 46% can't relax if they're not able to check their emails on holiday
Clicking 'more details' will give you access to the map location, photo gallery, amenities list, and further relevant details.
If you take a look at the map you'll be able to click through to a street-level view so you can get a real feel for the accommodation and its surroundings.
Should you want to go ahead and purchase you'll be taken through to our straightforward booking form.
If you feel you need more information before making a decision there's a phone number to help you out, or you can try our hotel guides where you'll also find the answers to frequently asked questions.
Learn more about the different room and board options, star ratings, and the definitions of the main hotel classifications - budget, hotel chains, independent hotels and boutique hotels.
There's also guidance on packing, when to book, how to find the right accommodation, changes and cancellations, and useful money-saving tips, including on how to make cheap phone calls when you're abroad.