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Fancy living the life of a royal with a 5* spa, endless landscaped gardens and an exquisitely decorated room all at your disposal? Thought so...
That's why today we’re offering you an overnight stay for 2 including access to the spa and breakfast for only £149, saving you up to 33% off The Alexander House Hotel’s price of £259.
Awarded a host of accolades from Best Leisure Destination, to Best Spa for Romance 2011-2012, a night at the 5* Alexander House Hotel offers unsurpassed tranquility, luxury and relaxation. Set in 120 acres of landscaped gardens, woodland and parkland the imposing grandeur of the building is hard not to be awe-struck by, yet inside the friendly staff and chic décor exude an atmosphere of warm hospitality. All of the hotel’s rooms have been individually decorated to create a personal feel, but whichever room you stay in your every want from bathing in spacious surrounds, to relaxing on comfortable bedding will be satisfied. Plus, in the morning you can head down to the hotel’s elegant dining area for a full English breakfast prepared using fresh, local ingredients.
With access to the hotel’s Utopia Spa included in today’s package you can spend a day in a state of blissful relaxation. Boasting pools that wouldn’t look out of place in a Greek palace, luxury sauna and steam areas and and soothing bubble tubs, we can guarantee you’ll leave the Utopia feeling like a brand new you. Elsewhere in the area you’ll find cultural gems such as Standen country house and Bluebell Railway, a preserved heritage line for steam trains. Enjoy!
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