Spring in Mallorca
Saturday 25 January 2014
Each week, we invite three companies to offer us their best deal for a specific holiday. This week: a spring break in Mallorca. Prices are per person, based on two sharing. Each package includes seven nights' accommodation and easyJet flights from Gatwick to Palma on 25 April.
Expedia - £338
Includes B&B at the Be Live Grand Palace De Muro. Transfers extra. "This modern spa resort, located on Playa de Muro, is the perfect spot for a relaxing getaway in the sun," says Andy Washington (0800 783 2384; expedia.co.uk).
Sovereign - £829
Includes private transfers, airport lounge access and half board at Hotel Illa D'Or. "The hotel has only recently been refurbished and boasts an idyllic waterfront setting across the bay of Pollensa," says Scott Langridge (0843 770 4526; sovereign.com).
Prestige Holidays - £981
Includes private transfers and B&B at Castillo Son Vida. "This elegant five-star on the Son Vida Estate is a truly excellent, romantic hotel in beautiful parkland with fabulous views to the Bay of Palma," says Nicky Shafe (01425 480400; prestigeholidays.co.uk).
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