Deals of the week: Paris, Marrakech, Phuket
Wednesday 19 September 2012
Less than £200... See the new face of the Louvre on an autumn break in Paris. On Saturday, the iconic museum reopens its Department of Islamic Art within a striking new glass gallery. Cresta has three nights' B&B at the Montcalm Hotel for £195pp, with Eurostar on 10 Oct. Crestaholidays.co.uk
Less than £500... Stroll amid the souks of Marrakech on a three-night escape for £475pp. The package with VJV includes B&B at the Angsana Riad Blanc, a boutique hotel close to the medina. Flights are with BA from Gatwick on 6 Dec, with transfers, a city tour and some excursions. Vjv.com
Less than £1,000... The Thai isle of Phuket is perfect for lazy days on white beaches. Thomas Cook has an eight-night escape for £699pp, just as the monsoon season tails off. It includes B&B at the Seaview Patong Hotel and Etihad flights from Heathrow via Abu Dhabi on the 23 Oct. Thomascook signature.com
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