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Friday, 24 August 2012 10:52

Happy client just returned from The Savoy, Sharm el Sheikh

Written by Paul Rollason
Hi Paul Were do I begin from the moment we stepped out the airport our holiday begun we were met by the transfer rep who was really friendly and showed us the way to the cab the driver was really friendly to. We arrived at the hotel and was greeted by the porter who took our bags from us we didn't lift a thing. Check in was really smooth we were given a drink and a cold flannel to cool us down we were then shown to our room and our cases were brought up by the porter. The room…
Friday, 24 August 2012 10:36

Two new hotels on the Riviera Maya, Mexico

Written by Paul Rollason
Our local office on the Riviera Maya, Mexico have contracted two new hotels for the winter season Grand Sunset Princess and Occidental Xcaret. Both these Five Star hotels have earned a reputation for giving a high quality service and have been particularly recommended for theirt All Inclusive package. Now available on our three weekly flights by British Airways from Gatwick
Thursday, 23 August 2012 14:57

Savoy/Royal Savoy Egypt - Winter Deal Agreed

Written by Paul Rollason
For the third successive Winter season we have concluded the best available rates for these splendid hotels in Sharm el Sheikh. This deal applies to both hotels on all boards from Bed & Breakfast to Ultra All Inclusive and available on all departures from 1st November until 30th April 2013. Check our great prices NOW
Friday, 20 July 2012 08:18

This Weeks Top 3 Selling Resorts

Written by Paul Rollason
1. Skiathos 2. Crete  3. Sharm el Sheikh
Thursday, 19 July 2012 14:50

New flight from Birmingham to Sharm el Sheikh

Written by Paul Rollason
Starting 19th October 2012 Monarch Airlines will start a twice weekly scheduled service from Birmingham to Sharm el Sheikh. These flights will have their popular Premium Cabin seats which will be able to reserve for £65 return
Friday, 13 July 2012 12:58

More Flights from Monarch Airlines

Written by Paul Rollason
Our favourite airline supplier, Monarch Airlines will be basing two Airbus A320 aircraft at both Leeds/Bradford and East Midlands Airports for next summer. These scheduled services will have the front cabin extra legroom seating so popular with our clients especially on the longer routes to the Canary Islands, Egypt, Greece and Turkey.
Wednesday, 04 July 2012 08:37

President Mursi sworn in

Written by Paul Rollason
Now that President Mursi has been sworn in the first democratically elected head of state in Egypt’s history, we can now look forward to a long period of stability. The Red Sea resorts of Sharm el Sheikh, Taba Heights, Soma Bay and Port Ghalib all have hotels offering excellent value over the summer period and beyond. Even deluxe five star resorts have fine offers available for the time being anyway.
Wednesday, 06 June 2012 12:54

Good Reports from Greece

Written by Paul Rollason
Just analysing feedback from customers who have returned from holidays on the Greek Islands in May. I am pleased to report that all customers were delighted with the reception they received from the local people and staff in the hotels. The locals seemed to really appreciate the UK holidaymakers were still travelling to Greece. Prices were reported as cheaper than last year, the main difference was that the resorts are quieter - which isn't such a bad thing!
Friday, 30 March 2012 12:49

New Flights from Luton

Written by Paul Rollason
In co-operation with EASYJET we are now able to offer holidays to two of our favourite Greek Islands Corfu and Crete. Flights will operate to Corfu every Tuesday and Saturday at 0800hrs and to Crete every Wednesday and Saturday at 0700hrs. Two flights a week to both destinations enables us to offer 10 and 11 nights holidays durations to our superb selection of luxury hotels. For further information see our website www.luxuryhotelholidays.com or call us 0118 947 7187
Wednesday, 01 February 2012 10:30

Costa Concordia Disaster

Written by Paul Rollason
A fascinating programme on Channel 4 last night investigating the events that led to the disaster, including many eyewitness accounts. There are extraordinary scenes showing the crew instructing passengers to return to their cabins, as it must have been clear to all that the ship was sinking. Only after a delay of an hour was the order given to abandon ship, a process which was to take a further 8 hours until 5a.m.  In the meantime Captain Schettino was in a lifeboat before midnight. As in the case of the sinking of the Titanic, 50% of the lifeboats were unusable…
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