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Special deals for La Manga early bookers
January 18, 2011

The prestigious La Manga Club resort in Spain is offering a host of early booking benefits on 2011 travel including free nights and a gift of a further one night's transferable stay.

Valid for seven-night stays during summer, Easter and all half-term periods, the holidays must be booked by February 28 and offer up to two nights' free accommodation plus, for hotel guests, two free activities per adult per stay.

Activities include a choice of golf - available on any of La Manga Club's three championship courses - tennis at the resort's 28-court tennis centre or selected spa treatments at the 2,000sqm spa.

As an extra bonus for hotel guests, early bookers will also receive a voucher for a complimentary one-night stay for a future visit. The voucher is also transferable meaning it can be used by the recipient or as a gift for a loved one.

In addition, there are some great inclusions for families, with one child under-13 free when sharing their parents' room, 40 per cent discount for children in their own room, free kids' meals for under fives and entry into the complimentary Funlandia programme of family activities - including movie nights, treasure hunts and more (not available in February half-term).

La Manga Club also boasts more than 20 bars and restaurants and all resort guests receive complimentary access to Spa La Manga Club's fitness centre, indoor pool, saunas and steam rooms.

Lead-in for a week in May half-term based on a family of four staying in a two bedroom self-catering apartment is €1,000 including VAT. The same stay based on two twin or deluxe rooms at the five-star Hotel La Manga Club Principe Felipe will cost €1,900 and includes breakfast and VAT.

For more information or to book call 00 34 968 17 5577, email reserve@lamangaclub.com or visit www.lamangaclub.com .








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