Deals of the week: Nice, Scotland, New York
Wednesday 14 March 2012
Less than £200... British Airways Holidays has a two-night break in Nice for £194pp, including flights from Heathrow on 21 May and B&B at the central Regence hotel, just off the Promenade des Anglais and the Mediterranean waters that lap the shore. Ba.com
Less than £500... Stonefield Castle Hotel, overlooking Loch Fyne on the west coast of Scotland, has a three-night "island tour" package for £260pp on a range of dates. It includes breakfast, dinner and two day-long boat trips to Islay and Gigha. Oxfordhotelsandinns.com
Less than £1,000... Fly out to New York on the May bank holiday. Hayes & Jarvis has three nights at the four-star Empire Hotel on the Upper West Side, for £599pp. The deal includes Delta flights from Heathrow on 7 May. The hotel has a rooftop pool, terrace and bar. Hayes&Jarvis.com
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