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Warner Hotels announces exclusive partnership with BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing

Warner Hotels has exclusively partnered with BBC Studios to offer a one-of-a-kind Strictly Come Dancing staycation – with the chance to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most renowned professional dancers.

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Warner Hotels announces 2024 breaks – with Brian Conley and David Essex among the stars appearing

Warner Hotels has announced a star-studded entertainment line-up for 2024, along with new shows, dance breaks, and wellness retreats.

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Walking in a winter Warnerland…

The festive season is nearly upon us, and with presents to buy, people to see, and dinners to be prepared, the top of most people’s Christmas lists is to relax, unwind, and enjoy the season.

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This adult-only hotel group hosts festival holidays – and here’s why over 50s are loving it

Love seeing all your favourite bands live but dread the thought of being up to your knees in mud at a festival? This adult-only hotel group may have just the ticket.

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“Get off the treadmill of life” says well-being expert after appetite for wellness retreats explodes

Relaxation has become a top priority for holiday-goers with searches for people seeking wellness retreats increasing by 83% in comparison to this time last year.

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Inside the Cotswolds’ ‘cruise ship on land’

As Brits look to staycation in the UK with all the comforts of their foreign holidays, searches for UK all-inclusive holidays have risen by 50% in comparison to this time last year.

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Warner Hotels announces tee-rific golf breaks in the Cotswolds

With golf season in full swing, an adult-only hotel group has announced a summer of breaks with golf included for the ultimate par-tee.

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Life begins at 50 – most people learn a new skill in their fifth decade, research finds

They say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks, but more than a third of adults have picked up different skills since turning 50, according to a study.