Warner Hotels has partnered with BBC Studios to offer a range of Strictly Come Dancing holidays to get up close and personal with some of the world’s most renowned professional dancers.

A couple dancing together at a Warner Hotel

Learn moves from the Strictly professionals on a Warner Hotels break.

Taking place at a selection of its 15 country hotels across the UK, groups are invited to book this immersive dance break which is designed to get guests moving with expert tuition from performers seen on the hit BBC show, including Dianne Buswell, Amy Dowden, Graziano Di Prima, Nikita Kuzmin, and Neil Jones.  

Each getaway will include dance showcases from the professional dancers, as well as live music artists including Strictly’s very own singers, Tommy Blaize, Lance Ellington and Patrick Smyth.

“We have designed these breaks to provide an intimate and immersive Strictly Come Dancing experience for all.”

Simon Thompson, managing director of Warner Hotels.

Over each of the weekend breaks, the professional dancers will lead several classes, alongside additional supporting dancers from the Strictly touring teams, giving guests the opportunity to learn a host of different styles at varying degrees of difficulty.

Simon Thompson, managing director of Warner Hotels, said: “The dance classes with Strictly pros are an exciting and exclusive addition to what we offer our guests, and provide super fans with the most incredible experience.”

Professional Strictly Come Dancing dancer Amy Dowden meeting fans.

Pro dancer Amy Dowden will be on-hand to meet fans and share her expertise.

Meet and greets will also create part of the experience so guests can take a picture with their dancing heroes, as well as a costumes display from the 2023 series, offering a closer look at the detailed craftmanship that goes on behind the scenes to produce colourful ensembles.

Simon added: “We have designed these breaks to provide an intimate and immersive Strictly Come Dancing experience for all.”

The dates scheduled for next year’s breaks are: 12th April at Sinah Warren, Hampshire, 14th June at Cricket St Thomas, Somerset, 21st June at Thoresby Hall, Nottinghamshire and 5th July at Studley Castle, Warwickshire. 

Aside from learning how to dance with the pros, guests will be able to spend their break taking part in a host of other activities or resting their dancing feet in the spa, before refuelling with a three-course evening meal – all built into the price.

Warner Hotels has 15 properties set in both countryside and coastal locations across the UK. From North Yorkshire to the Isle of Wight shores, each hotel offers fine dining, live shows and music, and plenty of areas to relax and soak up the scenery. 

For more information and to book a Strictly Come Dancing break, click here.