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b&b B&B stands for ‘Bed And Breakfast.’ They are normally small businesses owned by families and the hotels are generally small, clean, comfortable houses that have been changed into hotels. Rooms are normally on-suite and  a traditional breakfast is served in the morning and is always included in the price.

Spa Hotels: Adults and couples are more likely to stay in a spa hotel, especially if they are looking for a relaxing break. Spa hotels will have spacious rooms with a complete spa in the hotel. This hotel will include, for example, a sauna, jacuzzi, swimming pool, gym and massage facilities. It is normal in England for people to give friends gift vouchers for Spa Hotels or to go on female holidays such as  Hen Parties.

Business Hotels: these hotels are usually very large and of high quality. They can however be very basic in rooms and service, yet the price will be higher than a standard hotel and the location will be very important; for example close to an airport, in a big city or situated next to a motorway. These hotels will have conference rooms and normally offer wifi service. There will be the option to rent rooms in this hotel for meetings and functions as well as catering and tea and coffee service.
Self-Catering: Hotels that are self-catering are the most basic of hotels. They offer visitors a standard room or apartment which will normally include a bathroom, living space and a kitchen area. Basic utensils are supplied in the hotel but you must bring and make your own food, drink etc.