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4* Hotel RH Princesa Spain, 2 Adults +1 Child *Full Board Upgrade* (£211pp) 7 Nights - Birmingham Flights, 28th Jan = £632 @ Jet2Holidays

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4* Full Board holiday package for 2 Adults + 1 Child, Total price = £632
  • Offer includes 1 free child place
  • + Free Full Board Upgrage

Hotel RH Princesa Benidorm, Costa Blanca
Rated 4.5 On tripadvisor and 4.5 on Google

That works out just £211 per person Including:
  • Return flights from Birmingham
  • 3x 10kg hand luggage
  • 3x 22kg baggage
  • 4* Full Board
  • Double or twin Room
  • Coach transfers

Located close to Benidorm’s old town and main shopping streets, this hotel is an ideal all year round holiday choice. The famous Levante beach is nearby, giving you the option to spend your days by the sea or around the pool. Rooms here are decorated with a fresh, modern feel, and if you’re looking to unwind, why not try out the relaxing, adults only spa? Boasting a children's splash park amongst a long list of family facilities on offer, the RH Princesa really does cater to all.

  • Full Board The Full Board package includes buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner in the main restaurant.

  • 2 bars including a lounge bar and pool bar serving a range of local and premium drinks
  • Buffet restaurant
  • 2 outdoor pools including children's pool (freshwater)
  • Splash park
  • 2 indoor pools
  • Pool facilities include whirlpool, disabled hoist and swimming lane
  • Towels (refundable deposit)

Room facilities include
  • Flat screen television
  • Wi-fi
  • Safety deposit box
  • Hairdryer
  • Kettle
  • Balcony
  • Mini bar*
  • Bathroom containing a bath or shower.
  • Air conditioning (between 01 May and 31 Oct).
  • Daily room cleaning service and towel change
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    free child and its a no from me, couple with no kids are subsidising the families with kids (edited)