Apex Hotels created the perfect opportunity for gin lovers looking to combine their favourite tipple with a stylish staycation.

The group is offering its Botanical Break in four of its UK hotels – for a gin-cation that is fizzing with city attractions, as well as a Hendrick’s Gin flight to get the stay off to a flying start.


City explorers visiting Scotland will have their spirits lifted when booking Apex Hotel's Botanical Breaks. 




As well as a dreamy overnight stay, including a complimentary breakfast, guests will also enjoy a bespoke Hendrick’s virtual tasting as well as a City Sightseeing hop-on, hop-off tour – either by bus in Edinburgh and Bath, or on a magical London river cruise.


With a choice of Apex Temple Court in London, Apex City of Bath Hotel, Apex Waterloo Place and Apex Grassmarket hotels in Edinburgh, the hardest part of booking the Botanical Break is deciding which city to stay in.


And, with the Apex Assured – the brand’s quality seal across areas including cleanliness, guest safety, flexible booking and best rate guarantee – guests rest assured they will be well taken care of from the moment they step inside and experience Apex’s signature warmer welcome.


Apex Hotels’ Botanical Break, which starts from £143 based on two people sharing, is available to book now at www.apexhotels.co.uk


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