ETIHAD Holidays is offering packages to England and the Far East on its summer menu.
The packages to England are tailormade around the English F.A. premier division team, which plays at home during the 2004/05 football season. Commencing August 2004, the packages cost Dh1,769 per person and include airfare on Etihad Airways, two nights accommodation in a four-star hotel and match tickets of your choice.
Packages to Thailand start at Dh1,780 per person, including airfare to Bangkok on Etihad, three nights stay at Asia hotel including breakfast and transfers. Three more nights at the Holiday Inn in Phuket can be added on for Dh1,295 including flights from Bangkok, transfers and breakfast. In both cases, one child stays free. Also worth checking out this summer is Etihad Holidays’ offer on apartments in London.
Starting from Dh2,265 per person, the apartments are studios, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments.
Ideal for long holidays and perfect for families or groups of friends, each apartment is fully equipped with a colour TV and satellite channels, IDD telephone with private number and voice mail,
hi-fi system with CD player, a microwave/combination oven, fridge, utensils, crockery, cutlery, glassware, a daily maid service, a laundry service, mobile phone rental and business centre services. Continental breakfast is included in the package price.
The four apartment blocks available are conveniently located near the tube stations, three near Bayswater and one near Gloucester Road.
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