Deals Of The Week: From Miami to Dubai

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Check into the swanky five-star Beach House Bal Harbour Hotel in Miami with Midas Hotels (0870-445 0050). A stone's throw from the fabulous Bal Harbour designer shopping mall, this Ralph Lauren-designed hotel is one of the smartest in town.

£129

Travel in style on a short break to Paris with Eurostar Holidays Direct (0870-167 6767). The deal includes free first-class upgrades on all two-night mid-week b&b bookings at the two-star plus Printania Hotel made between now and 31 May, for travel until 30 June.

£138

Thank Abba for the music at an Abba Tribute night at the four-star Portsmouth Marriot Hotel on 7 May. The deal for two people includes one night's b&b accommodation, a three-course meal, live entertainment from the Abbarival band and a disco. To book call Portsmouth Marriot (0870-400 7285) and quote LLRO.

£599

Kuoni Travel (01306 747008) offers 10 nights' room-only accommodation at the three-star Central Samui Village Hotel on the island of Koh Samui in Thailand. The deal includes return flights with Eva Air, return domestic flights with Bangkok Airways. Book by 29 April for travel between 1 May and 31 July.

£725

Get on your bike in Corfu with Solo's Holidays (0870-499 2299). This seven-night singles' holiday departing 3 May for people aged 28-55 explores some of the most beautiful parts of the island on a bike. The deal includes return flights, half-board accommodation, all cycling equipment and four days' guided cycling.

£999

Soak up the rays on a seven-night break in Dubai with Travelpack (0870-121 2050). The deal includes five nights' b&b at the luxury five-star Jumeirah Beach Hotel, two nights' b&b at the five-star plus Burj al-Arab beachside villas, return flights with Qatar Airways and transfers. Book by 30 April for travel between 7 June and 15 July.

£1,860

Play at Robinson Crusoe on Denis Island in the Seychelles with Carrier Worldwide (01625 547030). The offer includes six nights for the price of five, full-board accommodation, return flights on Air Seychelles and return flights from Mahe to Denis. Valid for travel up to 20 December.

£1,995

Cox & Kings (020-7873 5000) invites you to Drive The Cape in style on an 11-night self-drive package of South Africa's Garden Route. The deal includes return flights with British Airways, car rental, three nights at the Steenberg Country Hotel, two at the Sheraton Western Cape Hotel in Hermanus, four at the Plettenberg Hotel in Plettenberg Bay, all on a room-only basis, and two nights at the Shamwari Private Game Reserve on full-board. Valid for travel up to 30 June.

All prices are based on two sharing, unless stated

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