Whether youâ€™re accustomed to cruise holidays and fancy a little bit of a change, or youâ€™re a complete newbie that wishes to tread the waters a bit before jumping in the deep end, a cruise and stay holiday could be the perfect option for you. Whether itâ€™s a cruise on the decks of the Brilliance of the Seas or you are thinking, instead, of the luxurious Oasis of the Seas Caribbean itinerary, you can easily add a stay on dry land too, to get the best of both holidaying options.
With a cruise and stay break, you can opt to stay at a hotel in the embarkation port before you set off on your ocean journey, or save the stint on dry land for after the cruise is over. Itâ€™s completely up to you when you book with Cruise Thomas Cook.
Gone are the days when cruises were the glamorous alternative to the everyday holiday, where an evening meal wasnâ€™t possible without dressing to impress in a tux or a cocktail dress. Nowadays, cruises are available at affordable prices as well as offering smart, casual and informal options.
If youâ€™re new to the whole experience, a cruise and stay break would be perfect. Not only would you have the chance to benefit from the on deck facilities, visit various exotic ports of call and appreciate far corners of the world, but youâ€™ll also be able to kick back and relax at an idyllic hotel for several days as well, giving you a perfect reason to extend your holiday to suit your personal preferences.
Test the water and see whether a cruise is for you by checking out the cruise and stay options available with your chosen itinerary. Perhaps you love the look of a particular destination but a dayâ€™s stay just wonâ€™t cut it, or would like to combine a mini cruise with a couple of days extra stay in resort â€“ cruise and stay vacations give you unlimited possibilities to help make your dreams come true.
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