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4 Fantastic Hotels In St Albans For Your Weekend Getaway

Home to magnificent architecture, a gothic clock tower and a legendary Norman cathedral, this medieval city is filled with plenty of attractions for visitors to explore. And if you’re here for a few days, you’ll need somewhere to stay.

Whether you’re on a budget or looking to splash the cash, here are some of the best hotels in St Albans.

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St Michael’s Manor Hotel 

First up is St Michael’s Manor Hotel. If you’re looking for a hotel near St Albans where you can simply relax and unwind, look no further. Set within five acres of beautiful gardens, this full-service hotel feels every bit as luxurious as you’d expect as you meander through the corridors of this grand old building.

Complete with an award-winning restaurant serving up tasty food from morning until late, you can choose between a brunch of champions, a civilised afternoon tea or a hearty evening meal from the à la carte menu.

As you’re close to the historic centre of St Albans, this four-star hotel is ideal for exploring, too.

Prices from: Around £145 per night.

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Sopwell House 

Situated within 12 acres of stunning grounds, Sopwell House is a firm favourite with those looking for a luxury hotel in St Albans.

Just a few miles south of the lively town centre, this hotel oozes character. Set in a whitewashed Georgian country manor house and filled with elegant features, Sopwell House looks as though it belongs in a fairytale.

Venturing into the lobby, you’ll find plush sofas, a glass atrium roof and a cosy open fire. But that’s just the beginning. This St Albans’ spa hotel is also filled with  zen-looking guests in plush white robes. Clarins or ESPA treatments are on offer here, along with a pool, thermal suites and sauna.
Top off your romantic getaway with a bite to eat in the relaxed brasserie or 2 AA rosette restaurant. Then head to the bar and find a cosy corner to enjoy a glass of champagne or a fruity cocktail.

Prices from: Around £249 per night.

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The Samuel Ryder Hotel St Albans 

Located in the heart of St Albans sits The Samuel Ryder Hotel. A boutique hotel that’s part of Hilton’s Tapestry collection, this venue is steeped in history and is the ultimate bolthole if you’re exploring the city. Plus, it’s conveniently located across the street from the cathedral and abbey, so you can easily tick off some of the must-visits.

The hotel features high-quality rooms, along with room service and a bar serving up sumptuous cocktails from morning until night, this contemporary hotel is the go-to choice for many visitors to the city.
Prices from: Around £151 per night.

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Travelodge St Albans City Centre  

For budget-conscious families and couples that want to explore the city of St Albans without paying a hefty premium, there’s the Travelodge. A hotel in St Albans that does exactly what it says on the tin, this accommodation option is perfectly placed right in the heart of the city, making it a great base for exploring.
As well as a clean, comfortable room with all the mod cons, there’s also a café. So, you can grab a bite to eat in-between your tour of the area.

Prices from: Around £70 per night.

Getting to St Albans 

If exploring the quaint buildings lining the cobbled streets of St Albans sounds like your cup of tea, there’s no time like the present! Once you’ve found your hotel, it’s time to make those all-important travel plans. Don’t fancy traffic and a potential parking disaster? Book a train to St Albans instead.

Then sit back, relax, and enjoy your journey.  



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