Hotels UK: Which hotels are open now? Village Hotel, Marriott, Premier Inn reveal dates

Hotels, B&Bs and other holiday accommodation businesses have been hard-hit by the coronavirus pandemic which saw people forced to remain in their homes and avoid any travel to households outside their own. has put together a guide to explain which hotel chains open when.

From July 4, people will be freely available to visit hotels in England.

Travel in Wales is expected to be decided upon on July 9, but the likely date for holiday travel is expected to be July 13.

Hotel use and holiday travel in Scotland is due to begin from July 15.

In Northern Ireland, hotels are due to reopen on July 3.

All hotel operators have implemented special cleaning programmes to protect staff, guests and their families.

But when exactly are certain chains reopening?


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Premier Inn

Premier Inn temporarily closed the majority of its outlets in March.

Some hotels remained open for critical and key workers only, but from July 4 the remainder of Premier Inn hotels will reopen their doors.

Other hotel chains with company IHG Hotels and Resorts including Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and Hotel Indigo are expected to open at the same time.

Village Hotel

Village Hotel has 31 locations across the UK.

Village Hotel chains in England will be reopening to their public from July 4.

The hotel chain is awaiting a final date for reopening of its hotels in Wales and Scotland, but currently believes it should be able to open in Wales on July 13 and Scotland on July 15.

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Marriott hotel guests hoping to make new reservations can book from July 6.

Any guests with existing reservations for any future date and guests making new reservations for any future arrival date can cancel anytime before July 5.


For those with bookings before June 30, guests can rebook or get a refund for free.

All UK hotels were removed from sale until June 30 and all venues are reopening from July 4.


All bookings at Travelodge hotels for anyone other than key workers up to July 3 have been cancelled.

Travelodge hotel outlets in England will be open from July 4.

Hotels in Wales and Scotland remain temporarily closed for customers until mid-July in line with the instructions from the Scottish Government and Welsh Assembly.

A phased reopening of venues in Scotland and Wales will begin once the hotel operator is able to reopen sites.


Hilton Hotels have also made it possible for travellers who had booked with them for arrival on or before June 30 to change or cancel at no charge – even those trips described as “non-cancellable”.

The hotel chain is planning to reopen from July 4.

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