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Beat the January Blues with Hayes and Jarvis

LONDON, January 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

The luxury long-haul specialist is helping customers banish the post-Christmas blues with some excellent holiday offers

With the excitement of Christmas over for another year, many will be turning their attentions to 2013 and what the new year has in store, but with the prospect of going back to work in January and all the wintry weather, it's easy for the post-Christmas blues to set in. What better way than to get the New Year off to a great start by booking a luxury holiday? Not only does booking early mean something to look forward to in the New Year, it also reduces the stress of having to organise a holiday closer to the departure date, meaning customers can rest assured, knowing that everything is taken care of well in advance. A range of great offers both in the Caribbean and Indian Ocean mean that there is no excuse not to get that 2013 holiday booked right now.

The Maldives is possibly the most idyllic island chain in the world and an early summer holiday here will purge all thoughts of winter from the memory. The Chaaya Reef Ellaidhoo is the perfect resort from which to experience the Maldives, and Hayes and Jarvis customers can stay here for seven nights on an All Inclusive basis from just £995, saving £920 per couple. This great offer includes a 5% early booking discount, 5% accommodation discount and speedboat transfers. Extra nights are from £75 and an upgrade to a superior room is available from £10 per person per night. Flights depart on 15 May 2013 from London Gatwick. For more on the Maldives, visit http://www.hayesandjarvis.co.uk/destinations/Maldives

The island of Mauritius boasts a vibrant culture and some luxurious resorts and hotels; the Maritim Hotel is one of the finest and Hayes and Jarvis customers can stay here for seven nights on an All Inclusive basis from just £1,149, saving up to £1272 per couple. This offer includes one bonus night, a 15% early booking discount, 8% accommodation discount and in-resort transfers. Extra nights are available for £141 and an upgrade to a prestige room can be snapped up for £18 per person per night. Flights depart on 12 September 2013 from London Gatwick.

For a slightly different holiday experience, try the Caribbean with its ultra laid-back, friendly locals, palm-fringed beaches and variety of water sports. St. Lucia is one of the most popular islands and Hayes and Jarvis customers can stay here at the four star Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa for seven nights on an All Inclusive basis from just £899, saving an impressive £1614 per couple. This offer includes a 55% accommodation discount and in-resort transfers, and extra nights are available for £158. Flights depart on 12 September 2013 from London Gatwick.

For more on these offers as well as all the other luxurious hotels and resorts available at Hayes and Jarvis in a wide range of long haul destinations, visit http://www.hayesandjarvis.co.uk or call 0844-855-4488.


SOURCE Hayes and Jarvis Travel Limited T/ATUI Specialist Holidays

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