Deals Of The Week: From Berlin to Marrakech


£152...

Visit the Christmas market in Berlin and enjoy an overnight stay at the Ritz-Carlton (0800 234 000; ritzcarlton.com). This Christmas offer includes one night's b&b, based on two sharing, and is available until 6 January 2006.

£299...

Crystal (0870 160 6040; crystal.co.uk) is offering seven nights at the Hotel Waldrand in the Austrian ski resort of Scheffau for departures on 24 December. The price includes return flights, transfers and half-board accommodation. Quote ref: SR1808.

£350...

For departures before 18 December, Simpson Travel (0845 811 6505; simpsontravel.com) is offering a three-night stay in Marrakech. The price includes return flights, transfers and three nights' b&b.

£429...

Visit the January sales in New York with Trailfinders (0845 054 7777; trailfinders.com). For bookings made by 19 December it is offering return flights from Heathrow and three nights' room-only accommodation at the Hudson hotel for travel between 1 January and 31 March 2006.

£690...

Spend New Year in Northumberland staying at Breamish Valley Cottages (01665 578 263; premiercottages.com) in the Northumberland National Park. The price is for a week's rental of the property, which sleeps four, from 28 December.

£1,069...

Depart on 23 December for 10 nights in Madeira with Cadogan Holidays (02380 828 313). The price includes return flights from Heathrow, transfers and b&b at the five-star Madeira Palacio. Child prices (under 12 years) start at £629.

£1,239...

Have a Cuban Christmas with Carefree World (0870 330 3134; carefree-world.com). It is offering this deal on a seven-night holiday, departing 22 December. The price includes return flights and all-inclusive accommodation, with three nights in Havana and four nights in Varadero.

£2,795...

Experience the luxurious side of Thailand with Aspire Holidays (0845 345 9096). It is offering return flights from London, seven nights' b&b at the Mandarin Oriental Dhara Dhevi in Chiang Mai and seven nights' half-board at the Rayavadee in Krabi between 9 January and 28 February 2006.

Prices, correct at time of going to press, are per person based on two sharing, unless stated otherwise. Subject to availability

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