Two easy ways to save on hotels – but you'll need nerves of steel | The Sun

FINDING easy ways to save money on the cost of a hotel is more important than ever before.

For holidaymakers looking to save some cash, there are two easy ways to claw back the coins on your next stay.

Everyone knows that air and train fares can often be cheaper than at any other times of the weekend.

But the same can also be said for hotel rooms too, as they often charge their cheapest rates on a Sunday night.

This is because the demand for overnight stays is often at its lowest on a Sunday night.

Booking last minute stays is also a good way to save cash – as hotels will often want to fill their room even for a lower price.

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According to the Telegraph, Brits looking for a last-minute bargain should try booking a room in a bigger hotel where they're more likely to have offers on spare rooms.

But there are other ways to make your money stretch even further including when you've arrived at your hotel.

The travel experts at Thrifty Nomads are well used to hunting for bargains and have revealed some of their best tips to avoid forking out a fortune for a place to stay.

In an article for Metro they explained how they look after their pennies while travelling.

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One of their top tips is a simple one that can get you a free upgrade, or at very least a free celebratory item.

Their advice is that, if your trip is to celebrate a birthday, you shouldn't be shy about telling your accommodation.

Meanwhile, Tiktok user Alexis Gould explained all about hotel hedging.

This involves booking rooms in advance, but making sure they can be cancelled and refunded.

When a trip is just around the corner, Alexis recommended looking for other hotel deals that might be cheaper.

Meanwhile the cheapest Airbnb in England costs just £9 a night.

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