20% off at Grange Hotels This Easter

by The Independent, March 2, 2017


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With 17 4- and 5-star properties situated across the heart of London, Grange Hotels prides itself on offering luxury stays in a number of iconic locations such as St Paul’s, Tower Bridge and Bloomsbury.

These hotels are also home to spacious health clubs with swimming pools, saunas and steam rooms. For further relaxation, you can even book a treatment or enjoy the facilitates at Ajala Spas.

Until 21 April, Grange Hotels is offering readers 20 per cent off flexible best available rates on all stays between 30 March and 21 April 2017, perfect for Easter city breaks. Bring the family, as a maximum of two children under 12 can stay and eat for free when accompanied by two paying adults.

By booking within these dates, you’ll receive 20 per cent off Grange Hotels’ flexible best available rate, which includes a complimentary continental breakfast.

To book and find out more click here.

Terms & Conditions: Promotion closes at 23:59 on 21 April 2017. Offer includes an overnight stay, for a maximum occupancy of four people (2 adults only), and complimentary continental breakfast. Maximum of two children (aged up to 12 years) stay free when accompanied by two adults. Maximum of two children (aged up to 12 years) eat for free from the children’s menu when accompanied by two full paying adults for lunch and/or dinner. Travel to/from the hotels and all other expenses are excluded. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer and excludes Benihana restaurant in Grange St Pauls. Grange Hotels reserves the right to change or withdraw this offer at any time without prior notice. Cancellation policy: pre-payment will be required and is non-amendable and non-refundable. Promoter: Grange Hotels.


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