When there’s so much of the UK to explore, it’s hard to know where to start. But what if you knew where the hotspots for a spring getaway were? This year, some of our most popular locations include foodie’s favourite Birmingham, The Beatles’ home city of Liverpool and the buzzing capital itself, London. Whether it’s a midweek stay or a weekend away, book your spring break today. Search our selected UK rooms for £35 & under and Central London rooms for £69 & under*
What type of break will you go on next?
From cosy weekend breaks in the Lake District to sightseeing in a new city, there’s plenty to explore in the UK. According to our guests, the following destinations are set to be the most popular in the UK this year.
With over 100 active distilleries in Scotland spread across five whisky regions, with many offering fascinating tours, there are lots of whiskies to enjoy responsibly and plenty of opportunities to learn how it's made. Each whisky has its own unique flavours and character so whatever your palate, there's bound to be one for you!
London – the sights and much more
With iconic sights like Big Ben and Buckingham Palace on its doorstep, Westminster Abbey is the ideal base for sightseeing in London. Explore the famous National Portrait Gallery and see the fountains of Trafalgar Square, before returning to a nearby Premier Inn for an extra-comfy night’s sleep.
Birmingham – the new foodie capital
The city that gave us Balti and Cadbury has rapidly become one of the UK’s hottest food destinations with three restaurants that can each boast a Michelin star, a flourishing ethnic eating scene and a thriving indoor market. And whether you’re at the Mailbox or in Moseley, there’ll be a friendly team waiting to look after you at a Premier Inn hotel.
Liverpool – home of hospitality
Thanks to its exciting range of attractions, the birthplace of The Beatles is loved by couples and families alike. Plus, with the highest number of museums and galleries outside of the capital and hundreds of great places to eat, Liverpool really does have something for everyone.
The 20th anniversary of James Cameron's famous Titanic will see fans flocks to Belfast to learn even more about the iconic ship's history. In addition, Game of Thrones fans have visited the city in their thousands to immerse themselves in some of the filming locations of the most watched TV show this decade.