UK carers offered free hotel stay

Hallmark Hotels

Care workers across the UK are being offered a free night hotel stay in recognition of their hard work and dedication in the community.

Hallmark Hotels has launched the initiative to create what it hopes will be an opportunity for carers to relax at 21 of its hotels between now and December.

The free overnight stay is valid every Sunday throughout June to December 1, when carers spend £50.00 on food and drink in the hotels’ bars and restaurants.

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Debbie Neate, from Hallmark Hotels said: “Figures suggest that three in five people are set to become carers at some point in their lives – it’s more important than ever that they are given a helping hand and rewarded for their hard work and dedication. 

“We want to try and make things a little easier in some small way by offering a chance to unwind.”

The hotel group is also making ten further one-night stays available, without the £50 minimum spend.

Carers can be nominated for one of these stays by anyone who visits and completes the online form. Ten nominees will be randomly selected.

The main offer (£50 minimum spend) is valid to all carers, including student nurses, NHS and social care workers, private nursing staff and other members of the emergency services who care for people in the community.

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