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    Okay guys, so unlike my last post where I decided I wanted to go abroad, I now want to stay in England for a holiday this year. So, Ive looked at brighton and basically all hotels reject under 18's Ive also looked at many other places, but most of them also reject under 18 year olds (We're both 17) We really don't fancy staying in a hostel.. So where else could we look?
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    Do you have to have an adult with you at all of these hotels, or is it just an adult that has to approve it/booking needs to be in their name? If that's the case then you could just have a parent book it and you give them the money.
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    What's wrong with a hostel? :erm:

    Have you tried some local B&Bs?
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    (Original post by harrythomas14)
    Do you have to have an adult with you at all of these hotels, or is it just an adult that has to approve it/booking needs to be in their name? If that's the case then you could just have a parent book it and you give them the money.
    I've made sure I was thorough with the questions when I called the hotels up and there wasn't one hotel that allowed the booking through an adult that isn't accompanying the under 18s. (This was just in Brighton)
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    Well, I'm going with my boyfriend who's quite picky on being in rooms with other people :rolleyes: But I completely forgot about B&Bs...
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    What's wrong with a hostel? :erm:

    Have you tried some local B&Bs?
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    Dez makes a good point with the B&Bs.
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    I used to book hotels all the time at 17 with travelodge and premier inn and it was fine. Never got ID'd once.

    You could try airbnb.
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    Have you heard of Airbnb? It's a website and they have an app. Basically people rent out a room in their apartment, or the whole apartment. There's places all across England and the whole world. You can filter it to find the right place for you. You may find it weird staying in someone's home, but I stayed in an amazing skyline apartment in Manchester for £60 a night between the two of us. They often just charge per room per night and not how many people you have in the room.
    We went at 17, was never asked by anyone our age, not that it really mattered. When organising we just described ourselves as a young couple.
 
 
 
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