4* All Inclusive 7 Night Holiday In Kos, Greece Flights,Excellent Hotel & Transfers Included - £235pp @ Alpha Rooms - HotUKDeals
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Fly with Ryanair from Liverpool to Kos on 27th Apr and back on 4th May
£47.98 pp (slightly cheaper if you book flights separately as one way as ryanair will charge euros for return flight and convert to sterling)
Total Price - £95.96

This is without hold luggage but Ryanair do give you 10kg hand luggage. Anyone worrying about packing for a weeks holiday using only cabin bag take a look at the below link (as posted in a previous post by someone else):
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5UlxHsgD58

Use a prepaid payment card to avoid the admin charge.

Hotel Ramira Beach 4* All inclusive for two adults:
- Book via quidco with alpharooms.com - £316.48 -4% quidco cashback (£12.66) = Total £303.82

Hotels on trip advisor are pretty good for this hotel.

Transfers:
- Book with alpharooms (click on the holiday extras link): £69.35 for 2people

Total = 469.13 (£234.56 pp)

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#1
having seen some of the so called 4 and 5 star holidays on a program which i think was called save my holiday on bbc1 recently what some of these operators call 4 and 5 star and we would call 4 and 5 star is totally different
banned#2
marsh5000
having seen some of the so called 4 and 5 star holidays on a program which i think was called save my holiday on bbc1 recently what some of these operators call 4 and 5 star and we would call 4 and 5 star is totally different


I agree with you. Checking out reviews is crucial when booking a hols! Trip advisor reviews for this hotel are excellent - click here to read.
#3
AuntieKitty
marsh5000
having seen some of the so called 4 and 5 star holidays on a program which i think was called save my holiday on bbc1 recently what some of these operators call 4 and 5 star and we would call 4 and 5 star is totally different


I agree with you. Checking out reviews is crucial when booking a hols! Trip advisor reviews for this hotel are excellent - click here to read.
thankyou it was just a warning for people who want to book an holiday and not spend all there time in bed from food poisioning,as you say check first but for me the most impotant thing is accomodation then i can choose for myself the food part of the holiday,good of you to post
#4
Guys I know standards, but some of the crap that BBC program put on, goes on in out own back yeard. Yes I saw program and some of it was outrageous. Thou, some of what was said, was totally unrealistic, and the BBC wana look at its own back yeard as well(including them selves,as well).
Thou having siad this, any savy traveller should look at a number of reviews, and the most important being trip advisor. The key is research
#5
seems good het added
#6
bargain book now
#7
Ha, I remember staying here was I was about 5 years old. We arrived in the middle of the night and our room was double booked. Got put in a horrible chalet on the hillside with no A/C. The next day we got upgraded to a 2 roomed suite on a corner, with a massive balcony - just remember my parents being really chuffed with the upgrade and our friends who we'd traveled with being jealous :-)
#8
Didn't know there was a way to get around the admin charge. Thanks for posting, will take a look
#9
Forgot to add ... LOTS of mossies here.
#10
Wish I had some holidays left....heat added!
#11
As an ex holiday rep in kos I can confirm this is a great deal, you will not be disappointed, hotel is great!
banned#12
If you fancy hiring a car then you can take off the transfer cost and drive your self from the airport. Car hire for the week is about £95 cheapest. So works out as an extra £13pp for switching the transfers for a weeks car hire.
#13
Great holiday at that price - FXcard useful too
#14
great price.. i've already booked mine for that time though.. d'oh!
#15
aswome deal!
#16
AuntieKitty
Sorry forgot to add, the best prepaid card I've found is Fairfx. That link will allow you to register for a card without paying the usual £9.95 account opening fee.
better then this one?
http://www.topcashback.co.uk/kalixa-prepaid-mastercard/
#17
With Ryan Air if you want to take 20KG luggage it's £70 per person. I think if you book with Alpha Rooms for some reason their system only lets you book up 15KG at £50 pp.

Bit annoying really. Fair enough if you're taking a briefcase on a short business trip to Brussels but everyone needs to take a reasonable amount of luggage on holiday.
#18
Booked, thank u
#19
Hopefully gonna book thanks
#20
Just booked this, thank you for the heads up =)
#21
tempting
#22
Looks like the hotel might be full of people off Hot UK Deals =)

Who is going?
#23
I have booked here for first TWO WEEKS of June 2011. Family of 4 all inclusive for under £1400, thats less than £350.00 each. It took some time scouring the net to find this price but booked eventually through Ryanair and Monarch for the hotel.
#24
AuntKittie, I want to book this deal. I tried to send you private message but could not as i am new to this forum. Can you please share your email address or phone, so that i can get in touch with you. You can shoot me an email at satyarth7[AT] gmail [dot] com
#25
Wow the flight prices for this jumped up lol
#26
Seems there may be a few going from hukd so why dont you contact each other and arrange to split the costs of some car hire between you all...? makes transfer costs even cheaper...!
#27
What a good idea lol

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