Looking for the best Black Friday hotel deals? Want to embark on a bargain foodie holiday? Black Friday 2019 falls on Friday 29 November and we’ve found the best discounts from boutique hotel experts Mr & Mrs Smith to host you in our favourite foodie cities, along with flight deals and luxury holiday bargains from our favourite hotel brands.
Stay tuned for the best deals for 2019, and check out the below deals we found for 2018 to see what to expect this year…
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Best Black Friday deals on luxury hotels for foodies
When booking here or through the links below, you also get a foodie extra with Mr & Mrs Smith.
Foodie extra: A welcome glass of wine or cava and homemade cookies.
Why we love Barcelona: Home to Gaudi and cava, this cosmopolitan building is home to vibrant neighbourhoods where locals and tourists mingle in tiny tapas bars, beach-side coffee shops and natural wine bars. Click here for more reasons to visit Barcelona.
Foodie extra: Half a bottle of Chablis.
Why we love South Pigalle, Paris: Paris’s once overlooked SoPi neighbourhood is must-visit for its artisan patisseries, hip bistros and stellar cheese shops. Click here for more reasons to visit Paris.
Foodie extra: A bottle of local Santorini Assyrtiko white wine.
Why we love Santorini: Head to the sun-baked Cyclades islands and you’ll be rewarded with grilled mackerel, spit-roast pork and fresh octopus salads. Within the white-washed buildings of Santorini, expect beautiful modern versions of the Greek classics made with the island’s extraordinary local produce. Click here for more reasons to visit the Cyclades.
Extra: A set of the hotel’s own nourishing spa products.
Why we love Bristol: A quirky and undeniably Bristolian beat pulses through the city’s food and drink scene. Get stuck into it via fried cheese sandwiches and spiced chicken pincho skewers. Click here for more reasons to visit the city.
Extra: A bottle of Bramley bath product to take home.
Why we love the Cotswolds: The Cotswolds is all your chocolate-box fantasies rolled into one – honey-hued cottages, gardens brimming with hollyhocks huddled around duck-paddled ponds. This quaint corner of England is home to cosy hotels and some culinary surprises, among them artisan Israeli baking, hip burger vans and fragrant Asian broths. Click here for more reasons to visit the Cotswolds.
Foodie extra: A glass of wine each and a side of spiced nuts; guests also get 10 per cent off in-room spa treatments.
Why we love Porto: Medieval Porto’s red pantile rooftops and cobblestone streets are home to secret Portuguese supper clubs, tavernas serving roast pork sandwiches and wildly popular tapas bars. Plus, you can eat custard-filled donuts at sunset from an ocean-view terrace. Click here for more reasons to visit the city.
Foodie extra: A seasonal Adnams gin/beer gift bag.
Why we love The Swan: Now owned by Adnams, the family-run brewery and distillery, this revamped hotel sits on the sea front in Suffolk’s Southwold. The cheerful bedrooms are decked out with four poster beds and vintage mirrors, with complimentary bottles of gin to boot. There’s a cosy Tap Room full of locals downstairs and the Adnams distillery is next door. It’s an ideal seaside escape. Click here for more reasons to book.
Foodie extra: One bottle of sparkling wine delivered to your room, whenever you request it.
Why we love Reykjavik: Discover clean Nordic flavours in the Icelandic capital, from hot smoked catfish and freshly baked sourdough to waffles with rhubarb jam. Click here for our foodie guide to Reykjavik.
Foodie extra: A drink of choice in the bar.
Why we love Firmdale Hotels: Expect bags of character from co-owner Kit Kemp’s bright and colourful interiors, with patterned textiles, unique finds such as reclaimed African prints and plenty of original artwork. Whacky twists on afternoon tea treats are served on personalised Wedgewood crockery – dancing mythical creatures from her favourite Indian fabric literally look like they have been stitched on to teacups and saucers.
Extra: A bottle of Champagne in your room on arrival.
Why we love Corinthia Hotel: Built in 1885, this decadent hotel hosted many a debutante’s ball in its time as the iconic Hotel Métropole before re-opening as a hotel in 2011. The Massimo Bar and Restaurant are particularly glamorous and romantic spaces, brought up to date by the David Collins Studio team, stalwarts of many a celebrated restaurant makeover.
Foodie extra: A bottle of Torrigiani wine and a Florence tea towel.
Why we love Florence: Florence may be home to some of Italy’s richest architectural treasures but its kitchens are just as rich. Gin sommeliers, sandwiches laced with truffle cream and black sesame seed gelato are shaking up the restaurant menus in Tuscany’s food hub. Click here for more reasons to visit Florence.
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More Black Friday travel deals
Why we love Rome: Rome is a fantastic city for food, filled with traditional cooking, creamy gelato and tempting markets. For superb pizza, rich beef rolls and braised artichokes, veer away from the hordes and base yourself at hip, charmingly unpolished Tastaccio. More reasons to visit Rome here.
Why we love Prague: From sugar-dusted doughnuts and clever cocktails, to organic sausages and beer ice cream, we name the best places to eat and drink in the Czech capital. More reasons to visit Prague here.
Why we love Marrakech: Raid Marrakech’s souks and restaurants for slow-cooked lamb and fluffy couscous, then it’s back for a glass of wine by the hotel pool. More reasons to visit Marrakech here.
Why we love Lima: Gone are the days when this coastal city, founded by Francisco Pizarro in 1535, was simply the jumping off point for Peru’s Inca sites. Today, it’s a magnet for foodies, the searing core of the novoandina gastronomic trail that blazes all the way from London’s Lima to New York’s Llama Inn via Tampu in Madrid and many more. More reasons to visit Lima here.
Save up to 45% off Sandals and Beaches Resorts’ offers, plus an extra £125 off when booking Club & Butler Rooms.
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