If you're looking to use up the last of your annual leave with a last-minute staycation, but also trying to stick to a budget ahead of the festive season, then we've got some good news...
TripAdvisorhas uncovered the top 10 best value hotels across the UK this autumn: perfect if you're planning a trip before the end of the year.
See also: UK's best hotels 2017
The travel gurus looked into the average hotel prices in the UK's biggest cities, comparing over 200 hotels to search out where you'll get the most for your money.
The criteria? Properties had to have a minimum 3.5 star rating, and come in at least 20% below the average price of hotel stays in the city.
Find out which ones topped the list below...
Tucked away in a residential street in the Northern Irish capital, Tara Lodge boasts a convenient location if you're hoping to make the most of the city sights.
The hotel has 34 stylish rooms offering brilliant views of the city's leafy avenues and mountainous backdrop, while the restaurant serves up a hearty full English breakfast ideal for kickstarting a day of adventure.
How much? Prices from £95 per night on TripAdvisor, working out 37% cheaper than the city average.
Boasting a location in the heart of the city centre, you're just a stone's throw away from Glasgow's biggest attractions and vibrant nightlife in this cosy hotel.
Rooms have high ceilings, cornices and impressive views, not to mention the comfortable beds and sweet treats on offer.
How much? Prices from £102 per night on TripAdvisor, working out 27% cheaper than the city average.
3. The Westbridge Hotel, London (pictured, top)
It can be tricky to find budget-friendly hotels in the capital, but the Westbridge offers a great cheap option where you don't have to compromise on quality.
This boutique hotel is 'classic British' and promises a home away from home.
It's just minutes from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City, as well as a short tube ride away from major attractions including the London Eye and the London's museums .
How much? Prices from £119 per night on TripAdvisor, working out 55% cheaper than the city average.
Situated just a 10-minute stroll from the West End of Princes Street in Edinburgh city centre, Channings Hotel oozes Scottish country house charm with its Victorian paintings, prints, books, furniture and memorabilia.
It's ideal for those wanting to explore the city highlights from Edinburgh Castle to Arthur's Seat - but without having a long trek home at the end of the day!
How much? Prices from £127 per night on TripAdvisor, 28% cheaper than the city average.
This stylish boutique hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay from hypno-beds to revitalising showers.
Then of course there's its central location making it ideal for exploring the city - and it's 2 minutes from James Street Rail so you can check in and then make the most of your minibreak out on the town.
How much? Prices from £110 per night on TripAdvisor, 25% cheaper than the city average.
This beautiful Grade II Listed Georgian mansion is the epitome of luxury for less. Expect English heritage with a modern twist in the stunning rooms with bespoke furniture and some of the building's original features.
We're also loving the stylish Dewsnaps dining room where guests can tuck into a menu from the best of local produce, as well as the Wellington bar where there's everything from craft beers to cool cocktails on offer.
How much? Prices from £132 per night on TripAdvisor, 25% cheaper than the city average.
Head to the home of William Shakespeare and take in the picturesque views, charming pubs and relaxed atmosphere away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
The Falcon Hotel offers a glimpse into the area's history with its Tudor facade and cosy rooms - and thespians will no doubt enjoy the fact that it's just a short walk from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
How much? Prices from £111 per night on TripAdvisor, 22% cheaper than the city average.
Situated in the Hillsborough Barracks, this hotel boasts some seriously beautiful - and historic - surroundings.
The building has been converted from what used to be the Grade II listed jail, guardhouse and ammunition building - but inside expect modern amenities, stylish rooms and a well-stocked bar and restaurant.
How much? Prices from £64 per night, 34% cheaper than the city average.
This hotel boasts an impressively convenient location just 100m from Cardiff Central station and the Millenium Stadium.
The grade II listed Victorian building is actually Cardiff's oldest hotel - but you can expect all the modern amenities alongside the stunning interiors.
How much? Prices from £99 per night on TripAdvisor, 34% cheaper than the city average.
This hotel offers some stunning panoramic views of the Isle of Wight and the Purbecks from the opulent rooms, while the rooms are opulent and spacious.
It's total luxury and comfort without having to break the bank - and we recommend a meal at the swanky dining room for something extra special too.
How much? Prices from £98 per night on TripAdvisor, 20% cheaper than the city average.