Treat yourself to an unforgettable luxury holiday in St Lucia at Calabash Cove Resort and Spa
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The ultimate Egyptian backdrop in the shadow of the only remaining ancient wonder of the world.
- Set in landscaped gardens, equipped with two heated swimming pools and bar, Le Meridien enjoys spectacular views of the Pyramids, just a short drive from Cairo
- World famous dining with international, Mexican and Oriental menus to be savoured
- Indulge the mind, body and spirit in Indulge spa. Take advantage of the steam room, sauna, whirlpool and chill out zones
Take time to unwind as you discover one of Cuba's most beautiful unspoilt little keys and make your dreams of island paradise come true.
- Positioned facing a 3-kilometre-long pristine beach, perfect for all kinds of water sports
- A variety of restaurants means you can dine out somewhere different every night of the week
- Enjoy a holiday as active or relaxing as you like either exploring the local untouched nature or laying back on the soft sands
Unwind in acres of breathtaking green coconut gardens, in a Heritage property overlooking the Arabian Sea and enjoy the splendours of the past
- Traditional Keralan design, including staying in spiritual union with the 5 elements of nature
- Ayurveda Centre offering traditional centuries-old Indian treatments
- Rooms overlook the sea or green lawns and are designed as traditional Keralan cottages, with a cliff offering great beach views
Discover some of the best diving sites in the world in the Maldives
- Kanuhura has a wide range of facilities and activites with a spa, an aerobics studio, gym, bars, restaurants and sports
- 'In-villa' dining is a specialty, providing romantic dinners and special celebrations in the privacy of your villa, or various locations on the island
- Close by are some of the world's best diving sites, with the outer reef dropping down nearly 2,000 metres