This year, the top-rated hotels have been awarded across six different categories: five-star, four-star, three-star, alternative accommodation, value for money and chain hotel.
Cedar Manor in Windermere is recognised as the best three-star hotel in the UK while the award for the best alternative accommodation goes to The Arthington Guest House in Blackpool (pictured) for the second year running.
“A big thank you to all the guests both old and new who have posted reviews about us, we would not be a success without them,” said The Arthington’s Stephen Fazakerley.
Other awards went to Hotel 41 in London (best five-star), The Clontarf in Llandudno (best four-star), St Michael’s Guest House in Scarborough (best value for money).
The top-rated hotels within the most popular hotel chains in the UK are The Montcalm London Marble Arch, The Principal York and Laura Ashley The Manor at Elstree.
“As an independent source of hotel information with data on over 175 million guest reviews, we are well-positioned to identify the top-rated hotels that excel at delivering exceptional guest experiences,” said Johannes Thomas, Managing Director of trivago N.V.
“The trivago awards give us the chance to recognise and honour the hard-working hoteliers behind these exemplary hotels, and we are thrilled to do so again this year.”
For further insights and more detailed information about the winning hotels as well as the top-rated 10 hotels in each category in the UK, visit the trivago Hotel Manager Blog.
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