Deals Of The Week: From Marrakech to Manchester
Sunday 31 December 2006
Between 8 and 31 January, Simpson Travel (0845 811 6505; simpsontravel.com) is offering four nights in the Riad Bougainvillea in Marrakech. The price includes return flights, transfers and b&b.
Depart on 7 or 14 January for a week in the Italian ski resort of Sauze d'Oulx with Inghams (020-8780 4433; inghams.co.uk). The price includes return flights from London, transfers and half-board accommodation. Departures from Manchester and Birmingham are also available for a supplement.
Get three nights for the price of two at the five-star Hotel Eden in Rome with Citalia (0870 909 7554; citalia.com). For departures until 31 March it is offering return flight and b&b.
Virgin Holidays (0871 222 1203; virgin.com/holidays) is offering seven nights skiing in Killington, USA. The price is valid for departures between 22 and 25 January and includes return flights, car hire and seven nights' b&b. Child prices start at £359.
Spend a long weekend shopping in Hong Kong throughout January and February with China Holidays (020-7487 2999; china holidays.com). The price includes return flights from Heathrow, transfers and four nights' room-only.
Prices correct at time of going to press and are per person based on two sharing, unless stated. Subject to availability
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