Travel challenge: An Easter family holiday in Tenerife
Saturday 20 February 2010
Every week we invite competing companies to give us their best deal for a specified holiday. Today: a seven-night Easter holiday for a family of four in Tenerife. The price is for a family of two adults and two children departing on 2 April and includes flights and seven nights' accommodation.
£2,095: Playa de las Américas
Includes flights from Gatwick, private resort transfers and all-inclusive accommodation in a one-bedroom apartment at the Gran Oasis Resort. "We have selected the Gran Oasis Resort as its facilities and day/evening entertainment are excellent for the whole family. The "3-key" complex is located in a popular resort, and the family will always have something to do," says Domingo Sanchez of Corona Holidays (0800 5 677 688; coronaholidays.co.uk ).
£1,897: Playa de las Américas
Includes flights from Gatwick or Manchester, transfers and self-catering accommodation in a one-bedroom apartment at the four-star Isabel Family Hotel. "This Canarian village-style complex consists of squares and streets set amongst attractive garden areas. I'd highly recommend it for a family looking for a high standard of self-catering accommodation, as well as great facilities that include a kids' club and multi-functional sports area," says Trish Hughes at Thomas Cook (0844 412 5970; thomascook.com ).
James Villa Holidays
£3,036: San Miguel
Includes flights from a London airport and seven nights' self-catering accommodation at the six-bedroom Vera de la Hoya villa. "Stay in the comfort of this beautiful old Canarian-style house, which dates from the 17th-century and has been finely restored and converted into rural lodgings. We offer over 2,500 handpicked properties across more than 50 destinations," says Pete Brudenell at James Villa Holidays (0800 074 0254; jamesvillas.co.uk ).
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