This Hotel in England Guarantees You’ll Get a Tan — Even If the Weather’s Bad

Jul 1, 2018

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Nothing puts a damper on a vacation quite like bad weather. It makes navigating a new city difficult, often limits the number of attractions you can enjoy, and — if you’re in it for the Vitamin D — can seriously impact your time soaking up the sun.

While no hotel can guarantee the weather during your stay, one chain is trying its best to at least insure your tan. easyHotel group, a low-cost chain in the U.K, recently launched its own line of self tanners to help guests combat England’s notoriously bad weather.

The brand is known for its bright orange buildings, but reassures guests that its line of self tanners won’t match the brand colors, and instead gives guests an array of options for a sun-kissed glow. The line is launching with two colors — ‘Clemen-tyne’ and ‘Tyne-gerine’ — and plans to expand the shades to more options named after specific cities in the country.

The line launches on July 15th and will be sold for £2.99 each at easyHotel branches across the U.K. Just remember to follow all self-tanner best practices, like exfoliating prior to application and applying in circular motions, to avoid embarrassing vacation photos.

And as always, if you’re planning a trip make sure to catch a good deal to Europe using your miles.

Feature image courtesy of Daniel Limpi / EyeEm.

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