At World Travel Market in November I was invited to stay at The Midland Hotel and wholeheartedly agreed based on the Art Deco style and architecture of the property as it was something I hadn’t seen in a hotel before. Standard hotels to me are so boring and pointless and serve no purpose other than offering a place to sleep which is such a shame as they can be really creative and fun places, so in that regard The Midland was a breath of fresh air.
Built in 1933 the iconic four star Midland Hotel sits on Morecambe Bay and was renovated in 2006 to bring the Art Deco glamour of its heyday into the 21st century. If it was possible to time travel I’d spend my days the 1920s with the glitzy flapper dresses, headbands and well dressed men, and one of the great things about this hotel is that it draws you back to a different time, one full of style, history and character.
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