Deals Of The Week: From Capri to India
Sunday 09 May 2004
Spend a night at the Grand Hotel Quisisana on the Italian island of Capri with Exclusive Italy (020-8256 0231).
For as little as...
Spend a night at the Grand Hotel Quisisana on the Italian island of Capri with Exclusive Italy (020-8256 0231). The price is valid from 14-19 May and 29May-1 June and includes breakfast.
Take a three-night break at the Mayfair Hotel, St Helier in Jersey with Modern Hotels (01534 735511). The price is valid for travel before 27 May and includes a return Condor Fastcat crossing from Weymouth or Poole, transfers and b&b. Children aged two-11 pay £59.
Get a voucher for a free return flight to several destinations in Europe when you book one week's car hire costing more than £150 with Holiday Autos online at www.holidayautos.co.uk. Valid for bookings until 25 May for pick-ups before 30 September.
Up to six people can spend two weeks at the Lou Pignanda Holiday Park in Gascony, France, with Thomson Al Fresco (0870-166 0366), including ferry from Dover to Calais. Departs 21 May.
Spend two weeks at the five-star Shangri-La Tanjung Aru in Borneo with Tropical Places (0800-316 5125) for departures until 31 May, including flights and room-only accommodation.
Take a luxurious 12-night tour of some of India's major sights including Delhi, Agra and Udaipur with Cox and Kings (020-7873 5000). Includes flights, transfers and b&b at five-star hotels.
All prices are per person, based on two sharing unless otherwise stated
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