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Where to go on holiday in 2018 – the hotlist

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This article titled "Where to go on holiday in 2018 – the hotlist" was written by The Guardian, for theguardian.com on Saturday 6 January 2018 06.30am

Travel

Seven, Southend-on-Sea, Essex: hotel review

The 10-minute walk from Southend Central railway station to Seven, the town’s newest – and first… Read more

TripAdvisor crowns Bournemouth the UK’s best beach

Bournemouth’s beach has been named among the best in Europe in TripAdvisor’s annual Traveller’s… Read more

Share a tip on your favourite UK and European beaches – and win a £200 hotel voucher

Bournemouth has been ranked the UK’s best and Europe’s fifth best beach by TripAdvisor – but where… Read more

Eurostar's direct London-Amsterdam tickets on sale after IT hold-up

Tickets for Eurostar’s new direct high-speed rail service from London to Amsterdam went on sale on… Read more

From friendly locals to Harry Potter’s house: a brief guide to Lavenham

‘Thank God for Lavenham,” writes Andrew Lloyd Webber in his new memoir. The composer says that, as… Read more

Not just homes any more: Airbnb expands into hotels and luxury spots

Airbnb has expanded its offering to include hotels, luxury properties and a loyalty programme for… Read more

10 of the best new UK museums and galleries for 2018

V&A Dundee One of the most significant new openings of the year will be Scotland’s first design… Read more

New waves: make a break for the 'crown jewel' of India's surf scene in Tamil Nadu

On a crescent moon beach, just metres from the shoreline, fishermen were making repairs, their nets… Read more

Drink in the view: BrewDog to open its first UK ‘beer hotel’

With beer taps in the bedroom and a fridge of beer in the shower, plans for BrewDog’s new hotel… Read more

10 of the best insider's tips to Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s reputation for stag dos, spliff and sex tourism belies the rich pickings beyond Dam… Read more