Best Themed Hotels In The UK

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Hotels can be exciting and boring too. Loads of people enjoy room service and the smell of the sheets when you walk in! Not boring if it’s a themed hotel. Lately Luke and Betty have toured the best themed hotels in the UK. Who are Luke and Betty? They are the two most loved mascots of the best online bingo site- luckypantsbingo.com. Despite having visited most of the themed hotels, there’s nothing that they love more than their bingo themed home. Here are some of their insights.

The Lodge-Bristol

This is a Safari themed hotel which contains amazing history and modern luxury. The furniture in the room is new but the wall paintings can range to being very jungle-like or very abstract. This hotel offers several packages that include: Having breakfast with gorillas, encountering various types of animals, private chef experience and an exclusive morning tour.

30 James Street- Liverpool

For the Titanic fans! This hotel is all about the titanic being re-created. The magnificent rooms are an extract of how the inside of the boat looked. A suite includes a double spa bath, spectacular views over Liverpool along with a kitchenette and a TV. It also includes a bar that is named after the RMS, resembles the life boat that saved 705 people.

Hotel Graham- Manchester

This hotel’s style was designed by Edwin Lutyens the architect who introduced traditional architecture to modern styles. The theme of this hotel is quite cheeky. The hotel contains 60 rooms each suite containing dark walks, large beds, leather bed heads and fur throws with large metal binoculars if ever you think of looking at the view. Bathrooms include Gotham styles sinks and marble floors and monsoon showers.

Enchanted Village Treehouse – Alton Towers

This hotel consists of five treehouse villages, Apple Village, Willow Village, Silver Birch Village, Oak Village and Chestnut Village. Each village accommodating up to eight people. One room has four bedrooms, kitchen area, lounge, and a hot tub. The theme park includes a water park, rides and attractions and places to eat. If you don’t fancy cooking, you can take a walk down to the Crooked Spoon Restaurant where you can indulge in the different meals or get a take away.

The LEGOLAND Windsor Resort Hotel- Windsor

Lego addicts! This hotel will make your dream come true! You know you’re in for a treat just at the dragon guarded entrance. There are three kinds of themed rooms. The pirate themed room, strictly pirate stuff. The kingdom themed room offering you a royal experience and the adventure themed room where you can go on an adventure just like Johnny Thunder himself. The LEGOLAND hotel includes different types of events and packages.

No Man’s Fort-Portsmouth, Hampshire 

Built in the 1800s, it has one of the most novel locations in Britain. The rooms are marine inspired and very modern. There is a roof top with a roof top, billiard table, sun lounge and game room for entertainment. If you’re hungry, head out to a passage called The Street” and the Mess Hall where food is served. If you feel like going around, you can rent bicycles and go night clubbing.

The Old Railway Station- West Sussex

This venue used to be an old railway station and it was constructed in 1892. The rooms are fully re-established with Edwardian Pullman railway carriages and include Wi-Fi, bathrooms and flat screen TV’s. There’s a dining area where the station master’s office used to be and you’ll find villages and stores close by.

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