Travel challenge: A weekend break in Seville
Saturday 06 August 2011
Every week, we invite three competing companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a two-night weekend break in Seville. Prices are for two people, in September.
£390: Hotel TRH Alcora
Includes easyJet flights from Gatwick on 17 September and accommodation with breakfast. "Seville is the artistic and cultural capital of southern Spain and – being a short hop away – it is an ideal city break location," says Mandy Round, of easyJet Holidays. "With flights and four-star accommodation for under £200 per head, this deal offers exceptional value." (0843 104 1000; easyJet.com/holidays).
£644: Gran Meliá Colón
Includes Iberia flights from Heathrow on 16 September and room-only accommodation. "This luxury, renovated historic hotel is situated right in the heart of Seville, making it the perfect spot for a weekend city break," says Andy Washington, of Expedia.co.uk. "For those looking to explore the rich culture this beautiful city has to offer, the cathedral is minutes away, while travellers looking to soak up the sun and taste the local cuisine can do so on the hotel's rooftop terrace and restaurant, which caters for all tastes." (0330 123 1235; expedia.co.uk).
£1,372: Hotel Doña María
Includes Vueling flights from Gatwick on 16 September, transfers and accommodation with breakfast. "Located in the heart of Seville's old town, the Doña María is a luxurious and characterful hotel with a rooftop terrace, spectacular views of the cathedral and an outdoor pool to enjoy the Spanish sunshine," says Enrique Novella, of Kirker Holidays (020-7593 2283; kirkerholidays.com).
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