Our Destinations

At Quickrooms we are able to offer you the most popular destinations from across the globe at the best possible price. Whether you are looking for a short break in Paris, a week enjoying the delights of the Greek Islands or 2 weeks chilling out in the Caribbean - we will have what you are looking for.


Alanya is a city of two halves – a rocky peninsula divides its two Blue Flag beaches, while night and day split your holiday into laid-back sunbathing experiences with cocktail-sipping after dark. Graceful Alanya Castle is well worth moseying around, while the countryside is beckoning, so jump aboard a jeep safari.


The new and old parts of Albufeira will attract those looking for fun with the incredible nightlife on offer. For families, the Algarve offers a multitude of activities in the scenic resorts of Albufeira, Vilamoura and Sagres. The Algarve offers year round holiday enjoyment and proves especially popular with golfers during the winter months.


Great weather, sumptuous food and sublime beaches all await you in Antalya. Soak up the sun on one of Antalya’s glorious beaches or take to the waters and enjoy a variety of watersports activities. Lara and Belek offer great nightlife so you won’t be short of things to do.


Antigua has something for everybody. There’s the Frigate Island Nature Reserve and a visit to Antigua wouldn’t be complete without tasting the island cuisine. Make sure you take advantage of the fresh seafood prepared with spices, lime and coconut. The ‘Fish Friday’ at Nelson’s Dockyard is a popular dining spot.

Ayia Napa

Ayia Napa is arguably the most well known resort in Cyprus with a wide variety of accommodation to meet all demands and budgets. The night life is certainly second to none and among the best in the Mediterranean whilst during the day you can chill out on the amazing beaches and if enjoy water sports you will find everything you need including wind surfing, sports boats, snorkelling and canoeing.


Barbados enjoys dry, sunny and hot beach weather. So why not pack your beach bag and treat yourself to an amazing tropical holiday? Barbados holidays simply ooze indulgence, relaxation and luxury. With stunning white beaches and crystal clear waters, Barbados pushes all the right buttons for holidaymakers looking for a little bit of paradise and some sunshine.


This seaside city combines the best of a beach holiday with a city escape. Stroll along one of Barcelona’s exquisite sands during the day before heading into the bustling city centre, scattered with museums, eateries and stunning architecture. You’ll be able to spot famous architect Antoni Gaudi’s work throughout the city such as the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell.


If it’s the ultimate sun, sea and sand experience you’re after, you can’t beat the Costa Blanca. Spain's beautiful White Coast undulates south from the relaxed beach resort of Denia, taking in legendary nightlife hub Alicante and the bright lights of Benidorm.


Berlin is Germany's capital city and is a mixture of creativity, culture and music. Contemporary street art is everywhere and there are museums and art galleries wherever you look. If you are after a great night out you can find every kind of bar and nightclub imaginable. The Berlin Wall and Checkpoint Charlie remain iconic reminders of the city's history.


Historic sites, popular beaches and some of Turkey’s best nightlife have made Bodrum a favourite for families and couples alike. The city of Halicarnassus was popular with ancient Greeks too and among its sandy beaches you’ll find plenty of remains from the iconic civilisation.


Beaches, mountains and a rich culture influenced by some of the biggest civilisations of their day, Bulgaria has it all. And yet the country can still feel undiscovered. White and golden sandy beaches line the Black Sea, while inland you'll find towering peaks, lakes and traditional villages.


A holiday to Mexico’s Cancún revolves around the beaches and luxury resorts that stretch from the Zona Hotelera south to Punta Nizuc, enclosing the Nichupté Lagoon. Honeymooners and couples breaks abound here but there’s action for intrepid travellers too.


Corfu holidays offer fantastic beach resorts, tranquil bays, traditional villages and many more attractions. Families, couples and groups will all find something to enjoy in Corfu. QuickRooms have great offers on accommodation in Corfu, making it easy for you to tailor-make your perfect Corfu holiday!

Costa Blanca

If it’s the ultimate sun, sea and sand experience you’re after, you can’t beat the Costa Blanca. Spain's beautiful White Coast undulates south from the relaxed beach resort of Denia, taking in legendary nightlife hub Alicante and the bright lights of Benidorm.

Costa Brava

Situated along one of the most beautiful stretches of Spain’s coastline, it’s no wonder so many people love a holiday to Costa Brava. There’s plenty to keep both couples and families entertained including stunning beaches, buzzing nightlife, lively waterparks and the great excursions to Barcelona.

Costa del Sol

Hugging the southernmost tip of Spain, the Costa del Sol is a vibrant holiday destination, perfect for groups and families alike. The Costa del Sol is graced with miles of picturesque coastline, and with an average 11 hours of sunshine a day, you’ll have plenty of time to top up your tan. From fun-filled activities in Fuengirola to the chic nightlife of Marbella, a Costa del Sol holiday is guaranteed to be unforgettable.

Costa Dorada

With over 200km of coastline, the Costa Dorada - or golden coast - offers plenty of golden beaches, some great resorts and beautifully clear, turquoise waters. Many of the resorts here tend to be less developed than in other areas of the Spanish coast, giving them a more modest, traditional feel. However, the area is still very much geared up for holidaymakers, with some stand-out beaches, beautiful inland scenery and Spain's most-visited theme park, PortAventura in Salou.


Crete is a beautiful Greek island in the heart of the Mediterranean. Whether your dream holiday consists of lounging on the beach or discovering ancient ruins, you’re sure to feel at home in Crete. History buffs will love exploring the ancient Minoan palace of Knossos, as well as the cave claiming to be the birthplace of Zeus, while the nightlife of Malia will attract keen party people.


Croatia is awash with beach front hotels to fulfill all wishes and match all budgets. The capital of Zagreb boasts a wide array of attractions. The medieval city of Dubrovnik is located along the Adriatic coast and only a stone’s throw away from party capital Split. There is also the unique island of Hvar with its exciting nightlife, chilled out restaurants and unspoilt beaches.


Cyprus is the perfect holiday destination for all year round enjoyment. The picture postcard-bays of the Cypriot coast are simply impossible to resist for any holidaymaker. Night owls can party hard in the famous bars and clubs of Paphos and the world famous Ayia Napa whilst families will find their perfect holiday in the numerous quality hotels available through QuickRooms.

Dominican Republic

One of the Caribbean's most popular islands - and for a good reason. Incredible beaches with endless white sands and lively towns make for a wonderful getaway. For culture vultures a visit to the capital city Santo Domingo is a must for its churches and fortress. Whale watching, hiking, climbing are all popular pastimes too. Nightlife is abundant, from modern clubs to traditional Latin American dancefloors.


Holidays to Dubai are a unique mixture of eastern and western culture, where stunning beaches meet towering skyscrapers and your are guaranteed year round sunshine. Spend your days wandering around the impressive shopping malls, bartering for a deal at the local markets or lounging on one of the pristine beaches.


Florida is one of the world's best-equipped and best-value holiday destinations for families. It has beautiful beaches, state-of-the-art theme parks and as much shopping and nightlife as you need. Lots of holidaymakers opt to combine a trip to Orlando - home of the Universal and Walt Disney resorts - with a few days of beach bliss on the Gulf Coast or the Keys.


Home to stunning beaches, rustic towns and ancient volcanoes, Fuerteventura is one of the most beautiful Canary Islands. Follow the coastline down and you’ll find yourself in the National Park of Fuerteventura. With a backdrop of mountains, this 6 mile expanse of sand dunes and clear turquoise sea is a peaceful haven all year round.

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is a brilliant choice for your next holiday and at QuickRooms we can offer you a full range of quality accommodation. Whether you’re travelling as a couple or with the kids, there is plenty to see and do. From trying your hand out at a variety of watersports activities to sampling Canarian cuisine at one of the local restaurants.


As you start your married life together we know choosing where to go for your honeymoon is very important. At QuickRooms we offer the best honeymoon destinations from around the world and can provide with all the best honeymoon ideas.


Hurghada is a beach resort area stretching some 40km along Egypt’s Red Sea coast. It’s renowned for scuba diving and has numerous dive schools in its modern Sekalla district. There are many restaurants, bars and nightclubs, while the old town,


Ibiza attracts the biggest DJ's and names in dance and music and many visitors will sleep all day and party all night! Away from the party people, there is an untouched beauty in Ibiza. There are many amazing beaches and quaint rustic villages and there are a multitude of activities for families to enjoy too.


Jamaica’s cragged coastline is interspersed with long stretches of sheltered beach and sea caves that were once pirate hangouts. Soft wood trees drip with exotic fruit and flutter with tropical birds. Elsewhere, crooked driftwood shacks sell rum concoctions and plantain snacks as folkloric parades, calypso bands and reggae groups pass on by. The ultimate in chilled out!


If you’re interested in adopting the traditional Greek culture, exploring golden beaches and learning about the local history, Kos is the place to be. Kos, the third largest island of the Dodecanese, is located in the south-eastern Aegean Sea, meaning the opportunities to get out and about are endless. Everyone is sure to be catered for with secluded and luxurious spots and lively pubs and bars in Kardamena.


Lanzarote ticks all the right boxes for an unforgettable beach holiday. From Papagayo Beach, where turquoise waters meet dreamy white sands, to Puerto del Carmen which is renowned for its restaurants and nightlife, there’s plenty in Lanzarote to ensure that visitors of all ages will have a holiday that will live long in the memory and leave you wanting to return.

Las Vegas

The best location for a Las Vegas hotel stay is on the strip. Vegas is located high in the desert plateau’s of Nevada. Enjoy the unique buzz of this world renowned resort that is a once in a lifetime experience. Las Vegas is a resort city famed for its vibrant nightlife, centered around 24-hour casinos and other entertainment options

Lloret de Mar

It may be one of the Costa Brava's largest and liveliest holiday hotspots, but Lloret de Mar's history goes back more than a thousand years with some archaeological remains still existing. Throughout its transformation from fishing village to a popular and dynamic holiday resort it has kept its distinctive style.


At QuickRooms we have hundreds of hotels at very competitive prices including late rooms for the last minute hotel bookings. The huge variety of accommodation stretches from the major hotels such as the Ritz and the Savoy to boutique hotels in fascinating areas such as Notting Hill or Islington.


Madeira’s charm lies in the natural beauty of its forests, mountains and deep-blue ocean. Whether you’re on one of the black sand beaches or hiking through the levada irrigation channels, you'll be dumbstruck by the gorgeous scenery. There’s also a strong selection of bars and restaurants throughout the island, ranging from the modern spots around the marina in Funchal, to the traditional establishments in sleepy towns like Canico.


This stunning and exciting city has everything you could wish for in a capital, with museums, nightlife, shopping, and even an urban beach. Head on a tapas tour sampling dishes in as many eateries as you can, bargain hunt at the weekend flea markets and get your culture fix at the free museums and galleries. In the evening, Madrid really comes alive - it has more bars than any other city in the world, and 1 or 2 nightclubs too.


Majorca boasts beautiful beaches, exciting nightlife and restaurants on tap, making it a great choice for groups and families alike. Resorts such as Palma Nova, Cala D'or and Alcudia see many people returning year after year. With a multitude of hotels and apartments to choose from you will be able find the perfect place with QuickRooms.


You're sure of a warm welcome in Malta, with this sunkissed Mediterranean hotspot home to pretty beaches and clear blue waters. But the island offers much more than just sea and sand, with centuries old cities and prehistoric temples a must for history buffs. Built by the Knights of St John, the capital city of Valletta boasts impressive fortifications, museums and churches. Just off the coast, the islands of Gozo and Comino offer the chance to explore hidden lagoons and caves.


Long renowned as a playground for the rich and famous, Marbella remains a chic, cosmopolitan yet accessible destination for those considering holidays to Spain. Offering world-class shopping, outstanding dining and luxuriant beaches, Despite its reputation for the glamorous, Marbella holidays also have much to offer in terms of authentic Spanish hospitality and culture. At QuickRooms we've got all the best hotels and apartments to choose from making Marbella a great choice.


Marmaris is blessed with some of the most beautiful beaches you are likely to see and a great nightlife scene as well. Take a walk along the picturesque marina until you reach Icmeler beach, enjoy a day out on the water on a traditional gulet cruise, treat yourself to a traditional Turkish bath or enjoy a day trip to one of the neighbouring Greek Islands.


A treat for all the senses. The sights, sounds, tastes and smells of this exotic city will ensure your time there is truly memorable. Visit the bustling Medina with its crowded souqs, head to an authentic spa for a treatment like you've never had before and don't forget to head to Jemaa el Fna in the evening for a real carnival experience, complete with some of the best street entertainment you'll ever see.


Home to stunning beaches, and idyllic scenery, Menorca is the ideal holiday destination for those who want to chill out and relax. Visit the main city of Mahon, famed for its grand monuments and bustling squares, or travel to Ciutadella Old Town, where the cobbled lanes date back to the 17th century. If you prefer something a little more lively then you’ll be pleased to know Mahon's and Ciutadella’s bars and restaurants come alive at night – perfect if you’re the partying type.


Morocco is a mystical country that offers up a huge variety of holiday experiences and provides a wide range of accommodation to meet all tastes and budgets including unique Riads. You can enjoy the beaches of Agadir and Essaouira as well as the amazing, vibrant and historic Cities of Marrakech and Casablanca. Add to this the stunning Atlas mountains and you will struggle to find as many holiday choices than in Morocco.


Munich is a city of two halves. Partly a haven for arts and technology, and partly a place of culture and history. If you happen to be visiting between mid September and early October, and you enjoy great fun and a beer or two, you should definitely make a beeline for the beer tents of the Oktoberfest.

New York

New York is the talent capital of the world from actors making their way in Broadway backstreets to blues-blaring saxophonists in the atmospheric subway stations. Short breaks to New York are well spent in the hip flea markets of Brooklyn’s Williamsburg one day and the high street designer outlets of Manhattan the next. Grab a NYC ‘slice’ or test the samples in the Chelsea Market and marvel at the iconic Empire State building.


Home to many of the world’s biggest and most exhilarating theme parks, including Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort™, Orlando is a perfect holiday destination to impress young children, teenagers and fun-loving adults alike. As a premier family destination, Orlando offers a broad range of spacious and comfortable accommodation.,


A City Break in Paris is something everybody should experience at least once in their lifetime. From the romantic setting of the Seine to the iconic sight of the Eiffel Tower dominating the skyline, there's nothing quite like the magic of Paris.


The largest of the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes is a popular tourist destination for nightlife, beaches and culture. Rhodes is bursting with well-preserved medieval buildings, sophisticated restaurants and plenty of shops. If you’re looking for the party scene, head to Faliraki, a popular destination for young tourists.


History is around every corner of Rome. From the Pantheon and the piazzas to Vatican City’s Sistine Chapel, the ‘Eternal City’ is one of the world’s most historically significant destinations. In Italy’s capital, you’ll discover cultural remnants of the Roman Empire, awe-inspiring Renaissance art plus numerous historic landmarks.


Salou also boasts some of the most vibrant nightlife on the Costa Dorada, with many pubs, bars and clubs all within easy reach of the hundreds of holiday apartments and hotels lining the Levant and Ponent beaches in downtown Salou. Whether you’re looking for relaxing days by the beach, buzzing nightlife and great dining, Salou is the place for you.

Sunny Beach

Sunny Beach is an increasingly popular resort that provides lots of fun along with some of the best beaches you can find anywhere. It's the standout resort on the Black Sea coast with a great combination of sandy beaches, numerous attractions and very lively club scene. A visit to the ancient town of Nessebar is an absolute must!


Tenerife is an island of two halves, with Spain’s highest mountain, Mount Teide, sitting right in between the lush, tropical north and the rocky south. Mix in beautiful beaches, great nightlife, water sports galore, and plenty of family adventures at the parks, and the cliffs of Los Gigantes, and Tenerife holidays are perfect for everyone. With great weather both in the summer and winter months, Tenerife is the perfect year round destination.


As well as being a hive of activity, Tunisia is the ideal spot for relaxation. In the luxurious resort of Hammamet there are manicured gardens, wide beaches and crystal-clear waters where you can totally unwind. Head to nearby Djerba, an idyllic spot in the south-east that is famed for its stunning landscapes of palm trees and sand-swept beaches. The perfect destination to kick back and relax in.


With beautiful beaches, energetic towns and extraordinary architecture and history, Turkey is the perfect holiday destination. Whether you’re a foodie, culture vulture or just want to spend a week relaxing on the beach, a holiday to Turkey is bound to suit you. Adrenaline junkies are sure to love all the watersports activities on offer, while those who prefer the slower pace of life can lounge by the pool or indulge in a spot of retail therapy at the local markets.


The Bahamas is truly a magical place to visit with white and golden sandy beaches contrasting with the sparkling deep blue sea. The Bahamas exudes a chilled Caribbean calm as well providing some the most stunning, elegant and sophisticated resorts which will appeal to the most discerning of holidaymakers.


Kefalonia was brought to the world’s attention when it featured in the blockbuster film ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’, based on the novel by Louis de Bernières. Looking around the island, you can see immediately why it was deemed worthy of the big screen - picture perfect white or golden sand beaches are lapped by warm turquoise waters, and the sky is the most dazzling blue.


The harbour town of Paphos makes a great base for any stay. The beaches are one of the big draws of the west coast of Cyprus. Clean, golden sands are backed by limestone cliffs and dotted with swaying palms. The weather is fabulous too, with soaring temperatures in summer and a slightly milder, sunny climate in spring and autumn.


Mauritius may be located off the east coast of Africa, but you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a Caribbean island. With over 200 miles of white-sand beaches, this destination is also rich in natural history, boasting majestic mountains and lush forests, which are inhabited by some of the rarest fauna on Earth.


The Greek islands feature some stunning coastlines, and Zante in particular is renowned for having one of the very best. This island, also known as Zakynthos, is the third-largest of the Ionians, and features what is widely considered to be the best beach in Greece – Smugglers Cove or Navagio. This white pebble beach enjoys a peaceful, secluded setting thanks to the fact that it can only be reached by boat.

Disneyland Paris

Paris, home of Europe’s very own Disney theme park, is just over an hour’s flight away from the UK, so there’s no need to fret about keeping the kids happy - and quiet - on a long-haul flight. Hop onto a France-bound plane at your local airport, and in just a few hours you could be stepping into the make-believe world created by Walt Disney.


The Italian city of Florence is one of those destinations that makes it onto many a bucket list. The whole of the city centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site, for starters, and this very special destination is overflowing with art, culture and history. If that’s not enough, the surrounding Tuscan countryside is also a must.

Lake Garda

Lake Garda has been inspiring great writers, such as Lord Tennyson and James Joyce, as well as other artists and thinkers for centuries. Almost 150 square miles of calm, clear waters comprise Italy’s largest lake, which sits halfway between Venice and Milan in Northern Italy.


Milan has a reputation for being one of the world’s fashion hotspots, but there’s far more to this Italian city than designer labels. The city is also home to some of the finest Gothic architecture you’ll find anywhere on earth, as well as some fabulous international - and of course Italian - food.


If you’re a bit of a history buff, then Sorrento’s surviving medieval architecture is enthralling. The cathedral dates from the 1400s, and boasts a remarkable bell tower. The Chiesa di San Francesco harks back even further, having been built in the 1200s. Sorrento has abundant Roman architecture too - a remnant of the days of the Roman Empire.


The Portuguese resort of Albufeira is situated at the heart of the Algarve, and has been a firm favourite with holidaymakers for decades. Whether you want to laze around on sun-kissed golden sands or dance the night away, Albufeira has plenty to offer.


The Portuguese capital is popular for short breaks and longer holidays alike. Nestled among seven hills, it is Western Europe’s oldest city and visitors can expect to see both modern and classic art at the Gulbenkian and Berardo Museums respectively.

Disney Florida

Whatever your dreams are made of, the range of Disney World Orlando hotels is vast and caters to every child or adult’s whim. Walt Disney World hotels are a great choice if you want to be at the centre of it all, as Disney hotels in Orlando are located right on site.


Jersey and Guernsey both feature rocky, rugged coastlines and abundant wildlife. Sea creatures often spotted off the coast include grey seals, basking sharks, pilot whales and pods of dolphins.


Edinburgh is one of Britain’s best-loved cities, and it’s easy to see why. The beguiling Scottish capital is bursting with charm, character and history. From the gracious, sweeping Georgian terraces of the New Town to the ancient, winding lanes of the Old Town, there’s plenty to enchant visitors in this jewel of a destination.


Athens is undoubtedly an attractive city break destination. There’s ancient Greek culture and history to explore in addition to superb shopping and fabulous food. As well as its fascinating past, the city has a thriving cosmopolitan, contemporary side that includes vast nightclubs that throb by night with techno beats.


Prague is a magical city is full of bohemian and Gothic architecture, as well as hidden surprises tucked away in its tiny, winding lanes and alleys. In addition, it offers great value for money, so it’s easy to have a fabulous trip even on the tightest budget.


Bangkok is one of Asia’s hottest cities - in terms of temperament as well as temperature. The Thai capital is one of the most popular stopover cities in the world, with travellers often en-route to Thai beaches or islands, or further flung destinations such as Australia and New Zealand


Vietnam is a Southeast Asian destination that’s rapidly growing in popularity among Western holidaymakers. This beautiful country really is a feast for all the senses, with food to delight your tastebuds and unspoilt landscapes to gaze upon.


Malaysia is an exotic Asian holiday destination with plenty of natural and manmade attractions to offer. A holiday here can also mean great value for money, particularly when it comes to hotels. Dining out is very affordable too, and there are an array of mouthwatering dishes to sample.


Miami is a flamboyant, tropical American destination that has lots going for it, including mile after mile of sun-kissed sands and some stunning examples of Art Deco design and architecture. Just beyond the city limits is the Everglades National Park, one of the best places on the planet to spot crocodiles.


Holidays in Bali offer great value for money, as in Bali, the hotels and restaurants are very competitively priced. From hectic Kuta and exclusive Nusa Dua to laid-back Ubud, Bali can offer visitors a holiday in the most picturesque of settings, with your troubles a world away.


Bruges is located around a network of twisting canals that criss-cross this compact city. Bruges is not built on water in the same way as Venice, however. There is much more solid ground, meaning that there are pretty squares in the city in which to admire the architecture or simply relax with a coffee.


Why not check out our range of Brussels hotels, which range from cheap hotels in Brussels to 5-star hotels. Brussels really does have it all when it comes to accommodation as well as things to do, so see for yourself what makes this appealing Belgian city tick.


Dubrovnik offers visitors a city break with a difference. This historical and musical hotspot is also within easy reach of the Adriatic Riviera, making this a destination that will keep sun-worshippers just as content as culture buffs.


The largest settlement on the Dalmatian Coast and the second biggest city in Croatia, Split is a superb holiday destination. There’s lots to do in this charming, historical city – which is packed with ancient artefacts, as well as more contemporary shops, eateries and nightlife spots.


The resort of Larnaca combines classic Cypriot culture with a contemporary edge that makes for a holiday destination that pleases every member of the family. The city’s size means there is an array of beautiful beaches to choose from, ranging from the peaceful sands of the west to the busier stretches elsewhere.


Limassol hotels offer a range of accommodation to suit all holidaymakers. All-inclusive hotels in Limassol are a big hit with families, as parents know from the start that almost every holiday expense is covered.


The resort of Protaras on the south east coast of Cyprus has grown around Fig Tree Bay, a golden sandy beach that’s perfect for sunbathing, swimming and watersports. There’s even a tiny islet just off shore that you can swim out to.


The contrast of the warm azure sea against the cool whitewashed buildings of Mykonos immediately makes this Greek destination stand out. If you’re looking for the most glamorous and glitzy of the Greek islands, then either luxury or cheap hotels in Mykonos might be just the right choice for you.


Santorini is characterised by lofty, whitewashed towns and villages and its signature black sand beaches. The sight of the caldera, popping up from beneath the ocean, is visible from the island’s hills and clifftops, and was formed by a huge volcanic eruption that occurred back in 1450 BC.

Lake Como

Lake Como is an elegant, timeless destination in the most dramatic of Italian settings. Steep, pine-clad mountains rise up behind this wishbone-shaped glacier lake, and the area is blessed with both abundant natural beauty and some wondrous man-made creations such as ancient frescoes.


A holiday to Naples isn’t just about fabulous food, although that’s obviously one of this Italian city’s highlights. Visitors can also take in panoramic views over the Bay of Naples and absorb the area’s rich culture and history.


Sardinia is situated midway between Europe and Africa, and is the Mediterranean’s second biggest island. Even if you think you know Italy, Sardinia might well surprise you, as it has a personality all of its own.


Sicily is a triangular island, and the Mediterranean’s largest, sitting just in front of the ‘toes’ of the boot-shaped land that is mainland Italy. Sicily is a destination popular with couples, families, solo travellers and groups alike.


Porto is one of those destinations that successfully combines the medieval and modern - to stunning effect. You can spend as much time as you like relaxing, or if you’d rather get out and explore then this Portuguese city has plenty to see and do.

St Lucia

If the island life of St Lucia appeals to you, why not have a look at the hotels we offer in this glorious Caribbean destination? From cheap accommodation to all-inclusive hotels in St Lucia, we have something to suit everyone.


For those in search of sun, sand and sea, as well as plenty of activity on holiday, Pattaya is a Thai resort that likes to live it up. By day, there is lots to do - if you want to. Sample some watersports, or simply laze away the day from the comfort of your sun lounger.


Liverpool is arguably the most vibrant city in the whole of the UK. The city skyline is dominated by the Anglican Cathedral, located at one end of Hope Street, and the Metropolitan Catholic Cathedral of Christ the King at the other,


Manchester is a vibrant city, full of energy and creativity. It has its own Chinatown, a canal network, a number of major universities and a tram system. It also adjoins the fellow city of Salford, much of which has undergone a serious transformation in recent years, especially at Salford Quays where the new Media City is based.


Boston is the Massachusetts state capital, yet the city has a distinctly European influence too. Towering skyscrapers brush shoulders with old, colonial buildings, resulting in a successful combination of old and new. This city is brimming with history, yet also has its eye firmly on the future.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles, aka the City of Angels, is home to Hollywood, Venice, Santa Monica and Malibu beaches, well-heeled Beverly Hills and theme parks too. This makes it a great destination for children and adults alike.

San Francisco

San Francisco is located on the north-west coast of California – the Sunshine State – so the area is also usually blessed with warm, sunny weather. The quintessential, bohemian city by the bay of San Francisco is one of those destinations that visitors really take to their hearts.


It is also close enough to both Venice and Lake Garda to allow you to visit either or both of these destinations, while the influences from the European countries than border northern Italy have permeated both the culture and the cuisine.


A holiday in Tuscany has the unique capacity to tick both the city break and beach holiday boxes - and there’s mile upon mile of beautiful countryside to discover too. You can take in classic art and architecture in Florence, gaze at the Leaning Tower of Pisa and enjoy spending time in Italy’s largest square in Siena.


Whether you want to laze on one of the beaches of the Caribbean coast, try out some new-to-you water sports, trek through thick, tropical jungle or explore ancient Aztec and Mayan ruins, a holiday to Mexico could fit the bill very nicely indeed.

Riviera Maya

Whatever kind of holiday you dream of, the Riviera Maya on the Mexican coast can deliver. There are secluded white sand beaches fringed by turquoise water, where you can soak up the sun or indulge in a spot of snorkelling.


If history, culture, beach life and superb cuisine appeal to you, then Tulum on the Mexican coast may well be the destination for you. This smaller resort has a more laid-back and bohemian vibe than the larger resorts to the north, and is the very best place in which to base yourself if you really want to see ruins and remnants of the ancient Mayan civilisation at their best.


Agadir is a real Moroccan gem - a modern, palm-lined holiday resort offering everything that a tourist could want, not least almost six miles of soft, golden sands, and plenty more besides.


Portugal is just a three hour flight from the UK, and with 300 days of sun per year, has plenty to offer all sorts of holidaymakers from Europe and beyond. For city breaks or longer stays, many flock to the capital, Lisbon, or Porto, both of which offer history and culture in spades.


Spain has long reigned supreme when it comes to sun-soaked holidays, as well as cultural city breaks. The Spanish Costas each have their own charm and personality, while the variety of resorts within each can offer holidaymakers the chance to stay in just the kind of setting they crave - whether that’s a sleepy fishing village or a sprawling resort with non-stop entertainment.


You’ll never visit anywhere quite like Istanbul, as it’s the only city in the world to straddle two continents. This cultural melting-pot of a metropolis is also firmly rooted in ancient history, yet is also, by turns, ultra-modern.

United States of America

The USA is high on many holidaymakers’ hit lists. A number of US airlines operate out of the larger hubs such as New York, Chicago or Los Angeles, making these cities popular for stopovers en-route to another part of the States or even the world.


The Leaning Tower of Pisa is world famous, but there’s much more to this compact, livable and loveable Italian city than wonky architecture. The River Arno bisects the town, giving the place an attractive waterside feel.


The capital of Liguria, Genoa on Italy’s north-western coast is something of an undiscovered gem. This enchanting city has a stunning setting by the sea, and those who do visit generally leave feeling utterly charmed, very content - and very full.


Italy is one of the most popular countries in the world in which to take a holiday, and it’s easy to see why. It is packed with breath-taking art and architecture, historical monuments, beaches, mountains and fascinating cities.


Toulouse has many features to charm visitors. There’s a food and wine scene that’s nothing short of fabulous, and sipping a glass of fine French wine in one of the city’s historic squares is definitely one of the highlights of a visit to this city.


Located on France’s south coast, Monaco is a country in its own right. Monte Carlo casino, which is a fine example of the belle époque architectural style, is known the world over


France is a perennially popular holiday destination, from the romance and bright lights of Paris or nearby Disneyland to fertile regions such as Brittany, the Rhône, the Dordogne or Champagne, there’s something for everyone.


Egypt is one of the world's most colourful holiday destinations, featuring white and gold beaches, red desert sands and clear blue sea. It attracts more than 12 million holidaymakers per year and has been popular with tourists since around 300 BC.


Cannes is the jewel in the glittering crown of the French Riviera but is not only a place of glitz and glamour during the annual film festival - this place sparkles all year long. The Côte d’Azur is known for its gorgeous beaches, and Cannes is no exception.


As well as producing some very fine food and wine, the city of Bordeaux is set around a port, and is also a UNESCO world heritage site, meaning that there’s far more to this Gallic gem than meets the eye.

Sharm El Sheikh

Situated on the Red Sea coast, Sharm El Sheikh boasts clear blue waters fringed by white sand beaches. It’s also close to the desert, and as well as scuba diving, there’s a huge range of water sports activities on offer.


Luxor is top of the list for many when it comes to discovering ancient Egypt. This city, situated on either side of the mighty river Nile, is like a gigantic open-air museum, as it is packed with old artefacts, decaying remains and ancient treasures.


Cairo is known locally as Umm Ad Dunya, which translates into ‘Mother of the World’. It is the second largest Muslim city on the planet and is packed with intrigue at every turn.