Travel challenge: A Dominican Republic beach holiday
Saturday 18 September 2010
Each week we invite competing companies to give us their best deal for a specific holiday. Today: a Dominican Republic beach holiday in early November. Prices are per person, based on two travelling together, and for 10 nights' all-inclusive board.
British Airways Holidays
£1,140: Dreams Palm Beach, Punta Cana
Includes BA flights from Gatwick on 4 November and accommodation at the five-star hotel; book by 30 September. "Offering great value for money and an idyllic beach location, this hotel is the perfect retreat to enjoy luxury hospitality," says Tracy Long of British Airways Holidays (0844 493 0758; ba.com/dominicanrepublic).
£2,169: Zoëtry Agua, Punta Cana
Includes BA flights from Gatwick on 6 November, transfers and accommodation at the five-star resort, above; book by 31 October. "With the introduction of direct BA flights to the Dominican Republic, we are delighted to be expanding our portfolio in the country. The exclusive, upmarket and amazing value-for-money product that Dominican Republic offers is a perfect addition to our programme," says Paul Cleary of Caribtours (020-7751 0660; caribtours.co.uk).
Hayes & Jarvis
£899: Occidental Grand Punta Cana Resort
Includes Air France flights from Heathrow via Paris on 7 November, transfers and accommodation at the four-star resort. "There is a growing demand for great-value Caribbean all-inclusives; this beachfront resort has an impressive range of facilities," says Katie Parsons of Hayes & Jarvis (0871 664 0246; hayesandjarvis.com).
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