5 unique hotels for an unforgettable city trip

Various, UK

Why not stay somewhere special on your next city trip?

When you’re heading out to visit a new city, having a great place to stay is the cherry on the cake! It’s not just a place to keep your belongings and catch some shut eye, it’s the hub of your entire trip. Not all hotels have to be strait-laced, so why not head to a hotel with a unique vibe that gels with your travel plans?

Hotel Gotham, Manchester

Hotel Gotham’s modern, chic interior mixed with the historical listed exterior is definitely something to marvel at. This 5-star hotel offers a terrace bar and restaurant, art deco style, and even a club for those who want to party like it's the roaring 20s.

From £176

The Rookery, London

Hidden in the centre of London in an unsuspecting building is The Rookery, a hotel frozen in time. The grandeur of an old world is set beautifully within rustic four poster beds, open fires, and thick rugs over stone floors, perfect for a weekend escape.

From £360

The Glasshouse, Edinburgh

An eclectic mix of glass walls and a castle entrance, this city centre hotel is something from a fantasy novel. Huge floor to ceiling windows can be found in every room showcasing famous views of Calton Hill and the parkland in the city centre.

From £299

Brooks Guesthouse, Bristol

An out of this world stay in a ‘rocket’. Okay, not quite, but the ‘rocket’ rooms at Brooks Guesthouse are silver airstream style caravans on the roof of the hotel for a spot of urban glamping and the guest rooms within the main hotel are just as stylish.

From £106

Selina, Birmingham

Enjoy the light and colourful interior of Selina, located in an old repurposed Victorian factory. Special features include a wellness room, movie room and artisanal cafe. This welcoming space in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter is surrounded by creatives and independent outlets.

From £62