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With a huge range of things to see and do on offer in Essex, why not book a hotel break today? Our hotels come in all shapes and sizes, from the charming country house hotels with spa facilities and picturesque gardens to the impressive modern and luxurious.

There are many hotels in Essex for you to choose from and some may have leisure facilities like swimming pools or health spas. Prices can vary widely, but many hotels have special offers. So if you want a short break, a romantic weekend away, a beach holiday with the family, or a pampering getaway with the girls, we have plenty of rooms for you to choose from.

With a huge range of things to see and do on offer in Essex, why not book a hotel break today? Our hotels come in all shapes and sizes, from the charming country house hotels with spa facilities and picturesque gardens to the impressive modern and luxurious.

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A very warm welcome awaits you here. A gorgeous historic building, breathtaking grounds and excellent service combine to make your stay one to remember.

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This five-storey 4 star family friendly hotel also houses the fully sound-proofed 1935 Rooftop Restaurant & Bar offering spectacular views of London Southend airport and surrounding Essex countryside. 

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Luxury hotel in parkland grounds, offering traditional suites and rooms in a Grade II listed house and stylish bedrooms in a contemporary garden wing.

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Lifehouse Spa & Hotel will help you revitalise and relax in beautiful surroundings. Guests can indulge in a day of pampering or truly get away from it all with an overnight stay.

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A family-owned Spa and Golf Hotel in stunning Constable Country, offering 80 contemporary en-suite bedrooms, two championship golf courses, superb spa, gym and poolside facilities.

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Stunning 137 bedroom seafront hotel overlooking the Thames Estuary and the world's longest pleasure pier, the Park Inn Palace is situated just a short walk from Southend's attractions.

Hotels offering conference and meeting facilities

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Holiday Inn Hotel in Southend
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Marygreen Manor Hotel in Brentwood
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Roslin Beach Hotel in Southend
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Radisson Blu Hotel at Stansted
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Waltham Abbey Marriott Hotel
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Best Western Marks Tey Hotel
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The County Hotel in Chelmsford
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Park Inn Palace Hotel in Southend
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The Pier at Harwich

Why not hold your next conference or meeting in Essex? We are located on London's doorstep and are easily accessible. Major roads link to the heart and every corner of Essex via the M25, M11 and A12, plus international gateways at London Stansted Airport, Harwich International Port and London Cruise Terminal, Tilbury, as well as mainline rail links direct to and from London Liverpool Street and Stratford.

With over 5,000 bed spaces between them, Essex’s hotels are in abundance throughout the county. The Park Inn Palace, the Holiday Inn at Southend and Holiday Inn at Colchester are perfect for meetings and events, and easily accessible. 

The Radisson Blu Hotel at Stansted Airport can host conferences for 400 and is Essex’s largest hotel, bedroom-wise, with 500 rooms. The hotel also has the famous wine tower within the bar area (one of only two in Europe), where the famous angels fly up and down collecting wine and champagne for guests.

The Italianate-style mansion, Down Hall Country House Hotel, on the Essex/Hertfordshire border can host meetings for 200 delegates. It has 99 bedrooms, a health club and spa facilities.

Maison TalboothMilsoms and Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf & Spa are located in the heart of beautiful Constable Country on the Essex/ Suffolk border. Maison Talbooth’s Garden Room is available for hire, as is the Library and Mr G’s at Milsoms for 24 delegates. Stoke by Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa, where business meets pleasure, offers a variety of rooms with terraces and enjoy superb views over the lake and 18th greens of both championship golf courses. So why not have your next conference here and relax afterwards in the spa?

With over 5,000 bed spaces between them, Essex’s hotels are in abundance throughout the county. The Park Inn Palace, the Southend Holiday Inn and the Holiday Inn in Colchester are perfect for meetings and events, and easily accessible. 

 

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Romantic hotels

Marygreen Manor

AA 4 Star Hotel £150 prpnb, Brentwood

 
 
Prested Hall

£85-£215 prpnb, Colchester

 
 

Great for families

Waltham Abbey Marriott

AA 4 Star Hotel £79-£140 prpnb, Waltham Abbey

 
 
Park Inn Palace

AA 3 Star Hotel Southend-on-Sea

 
 
Holiday Inn Colchester

AA 3 Star Hotel £79-£139 prpnb, Colchester

 

Here on business?

Radisson SAS Hotel London Stansted

AA 4 Star Hotel £79-£329 prpn, Stansted

 
 
The County Hotel

VisitEngland 3 Star Hotel £70-£275 prpn, Chelmsford

 
 
Holiday Inn Southend

£69-£175 prpn, Southend-on-Sea

 

Explore our county

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Discover Essex’s creative spaces. They come in all shapes and sizes and are crammed with artistic treasures, from international names to emerging local artists.
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Explore our 350 miles of coastline, the longest shoreline of any county in England, a place of surprising wild beauty, rich in wildlife and sprinkled with history and hidden cultural gems.

Essex’s history has been shaped by a wide variety of cultures. Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Normans – all left their mark. Echoes of their influence can still be seen today.
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A scenic patchwork of rich farmland speckled with pastelwashed villages of thatch and timber, the views interrupted by mighty oaks and ashes presided over by the hurrying skies.