Dollymopp

Useful Stuff For Ladies Who Use Hotels For Incalls

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I was reading Metro the other day, and found an article about day use hotels.

'dayuse-hotels.com' and 'between9and5.com'

Some very good prices, and nice looking rooms on site.

Good luck, I hope it's useful for you!

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Thanks for the info Dolly, the first site seems to have very limited options but the latter is much better on quick glance. I don't do incalls to hotels at the moment but it's something I may consider having found 3 local for good rates! :cool:

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I was reading Metro the other day, and found an article about day use hotels.

'dayuse-hotels.com' and 'between9and5.com'

Some very good prices, and nice looking rooms on site.

Good luck, I hope it's useful for you!

I put 9-5.com to the test a while back and i found their day rates more than the 24 hour rate for the same hotel through both www.trivago.co.uk and www.laterooms.com, my advice is to try them all Dolly. :)

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As a punter, I've been trying to find a decent 4 star dayroom rate between Monday and Thursday. I've discovered (using laterooms) that it's easy to get a decent full room rate Friday to Sunday but very difficult the rest of the week (around Reading). I know it's simply due to business customer demand driving the price. The alternative I've discovered is that the Novotel at Heathrow offers a good day room rate throughout the week...or you have to go more downmarket.

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Tried the latter link before. They have some really rates in Manchester, but not a great selection. I doubt I'll use Dayuse, as it's London based, so when I do (finally) tour London I'll need to stay over.

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depending on what time you want to be in the room by ibis you can check in from 12

same for jurys and travelodge charges an extra 10-pounds if you want to check in at 12

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