Travel Offers Privilege Hotel Pass
How would you fancy staying at over 320 hotels throughout the UK for free? You would? Then read on...
The Travel Offers Privilege Hotel Pass means that you and a partner can stay for free at any of the hotels taking part in the offer and all you have to do is pay for your food.
The annual membership allows you to enjoy as many hotel breaks as you wish over 12 months with no limit to how many nights you stay. Once your 12 months is up just come back and renew for another 12 months.
All you have to do is pay for breakfasts and dinners and your accommodation is free. Twin or double rooms are available and meal prices (combining breakfast and dinner) range from anything between £21 and £64 per person.
When you receive your pass you will also receive a directory of free hotel accommodation providing details on the hotels featured in this offer, prices and RAC, AA and Tourist Board ratings.
Number of Hotels and Locations Available:
60 - North of England
50 - Heart of England
7 - East Anglia
40 - The South East
41 - The South West
6 - The Channel Islands
30 - Wales
67 - Scotland
28 - Northern Ireland and Ireland
There is a huge variety of places to stay, so you could be by the sunny seaside one week and in the peaceful countryside the next.
So how is it possible to have such a good offer you say? Well, it’s unusual for hotels to be fully booked all year round and have therefore agreed with selected hotels to offer free accommodation in a twin or double bedroom to Privilege Hotel Pass holders in return for buying breakfast and dinner and optional things such as spa treatments in some hotels.
Christmas, Easter, May and August Bank Holidays and the immediate period around these dates are not included in this offer unless an individual hotel entry states otherwise. There are no other general restrictions and guests may use their Privilege Hotel Pass to stay at weekends or during the week or both. Some hotels specify weekends or weekdays only but the vast majority do not have these restrictions. Most hotels allow bookings "All Year" with some indicating that certain periods are excluded. The vast majority of hotels accept stays of one night or more. Some hotels require a minimum stay of two nights and we have two hotels with a minimum three night booking. Full details are given within each hotel's entry in the Directory.
The agreement with the hotels is for two adults in a twin or double room. Some hotels may allow the offer to extend to singles but this is entirely at the hotel's discretion and is not covered by the agreement the hotels have and as such is beyond our control.