Deals of the week - festive shopping in London, design hotel in Portugal,Christmas in Austria
Wednesday 11 December 2013
Under £200... Capital Christmas shopping
Tune Hotels offers a budget pre-Christmas stay in the English and Scottish capitals, with double rooms for £50 at some London properties and £25 in Edinburgh. These rates apply on a few nights between now and Christmas, with availability good on 23, 24 and 25 December. tunehotels.com
Under £500... A week in the Algarve
The price of £210pp gets you a week at Memmo Baleeira, a design hotel in Sagres, on the south coast of Portugal. The deal is based on two sharing and valid for stays throughout January and February. Breakfast is included, but flights are not. i-escape.com/memmo-baleeira
Under £1,000... Five-star luxury on the slopes
Inghams has the chance to spend Christmas at the luxurious Hotel Alpine Palace in the Austrian resort of Saalbach Hinterglemm for £899pp. The week-long break departs on 21 December with Monarch flights from Birmingham to Salzburg, transfers and half board. inghams.co.uk
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