Turquoise Holidays unveils the UK’s biggest honeymoon sale
The Turquoise Holiday Company, widely regarded as the UK’s leading honeymoon tour operator, has launched its annual Honeymoon Sale in concurrence with the most romantic celebration of the year; Valentine’s Day.
The eclectic sale which provides discounted rates and complementary services for newlyweds to a range of exotic locations runs from February 14th to February 29th in which time bookings must be completed in order to qualify for the special offers. Highlighted features include free nights, room upgrades, discounts of up to 40% and spa treatments to destinations as diverse as the Seychelles, Thailand, South Africa and Bora Bora.
Honeymooners also receive a choice of one of six free gifts which are awarded upon any completed booking within the sale window and which range from a £50 Agent Provocateur voucher, a half case of wine from The New Zealand House of Wine, a Heidi Klein Bikini or one piece, a lounge pass at Heathrow Airport, a £50 voucher for Turquoise’s own gift list service or a Sony digital camera.
The sale follows the success of last year’s event which attracted thousands of prospective honeymooners, a triumph that marketing director James Bell hopes will be emulated in 2012.
Turquoise came to prominence as a honeymoon specialist after becoming one of the first tour operators in the UK to provide a completely free Honeymoon gift list service. An alternative to the traditional wedding list the platform allows couples to set up an online account where they can create a wish list of activities or contributions they would like their friends and family to make towards their honeymoon. Instead of toasters and crockery newlyweds receive monetary donations towards their flights, room upgrades or experiences such as boat trips or spa treatments.
Also specialising in luxury holidays to worldwide destinations, the Turquoise Holiday Company was founded in 2002 and has since been voted as one of the top ten tour operators in the UK for the last three years by Condé Nast readers.