Deals of the week - London, Amsterdam, The Caribbean
Tuesday 29 October 2013
Less than £200... London’s newest budget-chic property, Qbic Hotel London City, is offering five double rooms per day for £1, for stays between 15 December and 15 March. The rooms will be released on the hotel’s Facebook page and Twitter @QbicLondon on 25 November. Qbichotels.com
Less than £500... The price of £327pp buys you three nights amid the canals, cafés and art galleries of Amsterdam. The deal includes room-only accommodation at the Mövenpick Hotel near Centraal Station, with easyJet flights from Luton on 12 November. Transfers not included. Expedia.co.uk
Less than £1,000... For £999pp, P&O has a 15-night Caribbean cruise. Departing with flights from Gatwick to Barbados on 8 November, the price includes all meals aboard the Ventura, with stops in St Vincent, Dominica, Saint Lucia, St Kitts, Antigua, Grand Turk, Tortola and St Maarten. Pocruises.co.uk
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