British Prefer Hotels to Family

18th December 2007 (Last Updated December 18th, 2007 10:51)

Up to 75 percent of Britons prefer to stay in a hotel rather than with their family over Christmas, a Travelodge survey has shown. In-laws were given as the biggest reason for wanting to escape, followed by parents. However, 49 percent are happy to the share the festive season

Up to 75 percent of Britons prefer to stay in a hotel rather than with their family over Christmas, a Travelodge survey has shown.

In-laws were given as the biggest reason for wanting to escape, followed by parents.

However, 49 percent are happy to the share the festive season with their folks.

By staff writer