• 13 Aug 2019, 19:15
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Hainan Island getaway! 9 nights at 4* hotel & non-stop flights from London for £484!

Holiday in ‘Chinese Hawai’!

Are you up for an exotic escape? Book 7 nights at top-rated 4* beach resort in Hainan Island and non-stop flights from London for only £484 per person (based on 2 pax booking)!

Hainan Island – the only tropical beach destination in China – has often been called the Chinese Hawaii. With sunshine all year around, Sanya is a very popular holiday destination in China. The resort has 20km long stretches of beach. As the only tropical city across the coastline, it is packed with a lot of water sports such as snorkeling and jet-skiing and innumerable hotels. This coastal city has many natural advantages. Situated on the southernmost tip of Hainan Island, Sanya is a noted tourist resort with mountains, sea and river. The favorable climate is hot in summer but warm in the three other seasons.

You will be staying at 4* Barry Boutique Hotel Sanya, just a 5-minute walk from a private beach area. It offers a rooftop outdoor pool, on-site parking and free shuttle service to the private beach. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a seating area and a flat-screen TV. En suite bathrooms come with free toiletries and a hairdryer.

Travel dates:
September 26 – October 6

Routing:
London – Sanya – London

Baggage policy:
One checked baggage and one cabin bag per passenger.

Flight reservation for 2:
London – Sanya – London >>

Accommodation:
You’ll be staying at 4* Barry Boutique Hotel Sanya

Offer Details:

  • 9 Nights
  • 2 Sharing
  • Well-rated 4* beach resort
  • Flights

Price Breakdown:

  • Flights for 2: £734 round trip (£367 per person)
  • Hotel: £234/ 9 nights, 2 sharing (£117 per person)
  • Total: £968/ £484 per person
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