Another £99 Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Option – At Hotel Du Vin

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Earlier this month we ran a great value deal from Malmaison hotels, offering a three-course dinner, bed & breakfast at a remarkable £99. That offer expires on 11 November, but the good news is that a largely identical offer is available from its sister hotel chain, Hotel du Vin, and this one runs until 18 November.


While the Malmaison offer applies to stays from 18 December to 9 February, the Hotel du Vin offer stay window is shorter, running from 1 January through to 9 February.

The sale rate is £99, £109 or £119, depending on the property in question, with the breakdown as follows:

  • Birmingham – £99
  • Brighton – £119
  • Bristol – £119
  • Cambridge – £119
  • Cheltenham – £119
  • Edinburgh – £119
  • Exeter – £99
  • Glasgow – £119
  • Harrogate – £109
  • Henley-on-Thames – £109
  • Newcastle – £99
  • Poole – £99
  • St Andrews – £99
  • Tunbridge Wells – £109
  • Wimbledon – £109
  • Winchester – £119
  • York – £99

Is this a good deal?

As with the Malmaison offer, given that a three-course dinner and breakfast is included, this is a genuinely good value deal.

The 3-course dinner is usually £19.95 and breakfast £16.95 per person – that’s a total of £73.80, so you’re effectively paying £25.20, £35.20 or £45.20 for the room alone. Given that room prices at all hotels are always materially over £100, there’s some real savings available.

What’s availability like?

Pretty good at the time of writing.

Here’s Newcastle (£99) in January:


Wimbledon (£109) in January:


And Winchester (£119) in January:


Are Hotel du Vin hotels any good?

Much like sister chain Malmaison, Hotel du Vin hotels are generally quality boutique 4 star affairs, with well-regareded food and some very interesting locations. The Wimbledon property is set within the 34 acre Cannizaro Park:


The Winchester property is on Southgate Street, right in the centre of the city and seconds from the cathedral:


Sticking with our example, the Newcastle hotel is refurbished Edwardian building on the banks of the River Tyne, originally home to the Tyne Tees Steam Ship Company:



  1. Vin says

    Hi Tom,

    Good find! Could you book this for three people or just 2? Also, does it stack up with any other offer or miles earning opportunities? Thanks

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