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2017 sports holidays

2017 Sporting Holidays In Style

As we are all coming down from the excitement of Christmas and have been battling through the January blues, it seems like a great time to look at some inspiration for how to make sure you feel your holiday booking gives you the pickup you need. So if you you’re traveling with sports fans and or those who love to be treated like a VIP then here are some fantastic pointers for your 2017 trips.

Get 18 days holiday using just 9 days holiday.

There is more than one way to holiday in style and sneaking in an extra-long break is a brilliant way to get that holiday feeling. This has been all over the news and it seems like a great way to make sure you get a great extended holiday without struggling with days off for the rest of the year! If you book your holidays between April the 13th and the 1st of May, because of those lovely weekends and bank holidays, you could actually get all 18 days off but only have to use 9 of your actual annual leave days. Plus! Booking over these dates would give you time to make the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters 2017 where you could soak up the tennis whilst having the opportunity to rub shoulders with the rich and famous in one of the most cultural and beautiful areas of the world.

Hoping for something in the Summer Holiday?

Getting the holiday you’ve always dreamed of during the summer months can be really difficult financially, with holiday prices soaring over the school holidays, it can be even more difficult to add a luxury element to your trip. To save some of the strain on your finances you could consider a couple of things: Firstly, if any of your loved ones have a special occasion coming up, you could combine the holiday with a present of a ticket to see a sports event you will both love. It’s only a minimal saving, but, you’ll save on getting them a present plus a holiday excursion by combining the cost of both and a dream sports trip makes the perfect present for any special occasion. It doesn’t have to be long haul and you would save money or in a far way land, if they love motor racing the Belgian Grand Prix in the final week of August could be a fantastic option as if you do your research, sites like Skyscanner can help you pick dates where UK to Belgium flights are really low, meaning you still get to visit a beautiful city, make the most of your summer holidays and visit an amazing sporting event, all on a reasonable budget.

Looking for the height of Luxury in the UK?

If you love the VIP treatment and are desperate for that break but, would rather soak up events the UK has to offer than tackle the flights abroad, Royal Ascot is a fantastic event to make into a long UK break. On the race days you can splash out on Fizz and stunning food, dressed in your finest consorting with the rich and famous. Make it into an extra luxurious break by staying at a luxurious five star hotel like the Coworth Park or one of the stunning spa hotels in the area and dine at one of the areas AA rosette restaurants such as Bluebells on Shrubbs Hill.