Research by online travel expert Directline Holidays reveals that British travellers can save money on their total holiday cost by carefully selecting the right board basis.
More than three-quarters of UK holidaymakers who chose to go All Inclusive ended up paying for extras they expected to be covered within the package price, according to the latest research by Post Office Travel Money.
The Crowne Plaza Los Cabos-Grand Faro has undergone a name change to reflect and recapture the sense of fun that Mexican holidays are all about.
ME Hotels, a collection of “experience-based” urban hotels and contemporary resorts operated by Sol Melia, announced today that the brand’s Cancun property, ME Cancun, will shift to an all-inclusive business model as of January 1, 2011. ME Cancun will embrace the brand’s first “Complete ME” concept, which will break the mold of traditional all-inclusive resorts where non-guests are prohibited access to the property grounds and amenities. In addition to welcoming hotel guests, this revolutionary and industry-first business approach will embrace non-guests and local movers and shakers, allowing them to enjoy the property’s a la carte culinary offerings and revel in ME Cancun’s high style design and vibrant social scene.
The fourth hotel in Thomson’s exclusive Sensatori collection will open its doors to Thomson customers in February 2011. Located on the Red Sea Riviera, the new all-inclusive 5T Sensatori Resort Sharm-el-Sheikh – which like the other Sensatori resorts, takes its name from ‘Senses’ and ‘Satori’, the Buddhist term for the ‘Wow Moment’ - will incorporate signatory elements including swim-up, whirlpool and family rooms, six restaurants, a selection of bars and a world class spa, as well as its own dive centre.