Tips and deals of the week: 07/03/2010
Sunday 07 March 2010
£10 for a hotel in London
The Academy is celebrating its 10th birthday by releasing 10 rooms at £10 for a night's B&B. Call 020-7631 4115 from 10am this Wednesday.
Self-cater from under a tenner
Book The Stables, a cottage on the North Norfolk coast sleeping eight, from £8.95 per person per night – £501 in total for the week – starting 3 April.
Go to: cottages4you.co.uk
Skiing in Austria for £199
Get seven nights' skiing in Soll, Austria, for £199, saving £200. The holiday departs from Gatwick on 20 March. Book by 11 March.
Go to: directski.com
AA Route Planner, the useful search facility for drivers, is now available on the move thanks to a new iPhone app. Launch price £1.79.
Go to theaa.com
Yotel plans to launch its first hotel outside an airport. The property, in New York City's Times Square, will open in 2011.
Go to yotel.com
Travelmood has launched an "extrAValue" brochure for holidays with added value, such as early booking bonuses and free meals.
Go to travelmood.com
Cyprus hotel Anassa has launched treatments in its spa for boys – including how to manage those teenage spots.
Go to anassa.com.cy
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