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Package holiday for large family advice needed..

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motherof7 Mon 21-Mar-16 12:02:54

Hi all,

Can anyone recommend any good hotel appartments to search for on Thomson/Thomas Cook. For a family of 2 adults, and 4 children.
I keep getting offered 2 small apartments when I search online, but would rather us all in together, or interconnecting..
Short Haul preffered..
Any advice appreciated..

Fourormore Tue 29-Mar-16 16:08:01

I found using the Jet2 website came up with better options for this - cheaper, too!

StealthToddler Sun 03-Apr-16 23:12:06

I found the same problem in the Thomson website (I have 4 ds age 8, 7, 5 and 3). There is an option on the left hand side I think to choose options for your room where you can choose that you want just 1 room which will then just show you a room with 2 bedrooms etc that sleeps 6 or just interconnecting rooms. I booked last month with them and couldn't get interconnecting rooms but have got a good deal on a 2 bed apartment which also has 2 beds in the living area and its in all inclusive hotel (dh won't do self catering!)

CodyKing Sun 03-Apr-16 23:15:54

Go on "On the beach" it has a great search engine -

Note down the hotels and use the name in which ever preferred company -

Did you know that you can book it yourself?

You just need to include "airline" failure on your usual travel insurance - you then have the same cover - but obviously not the reps - who just want to sell you days out -

Valeriesquiteposh Sun 03-Apr-16 23:22:54

Thomas Cook are a bit hit and miss. They will try to get you an interconnecting room if they can.

They told us they were all sold out last year but when we got there we had one. Our rep had emailed and asked specifically for one a week before we left.

Funnily enough we were in Tc this morning trying to book for next year, all interconnected rooms already gone!

zzzzz Sat 16-Apr-16 22:15:34

Would you consider a villas? Just book flights and take a taxis (or 2) to the villas.

Fatcakes Tue 19-Apr-16 17:14:46

We have 4 children.
Try Esprit Summer. We have been to lake Garda and French Alps with them. Total success. Child care, children's tea time and babysitting included in some packages so you get some alone time too.

Fatcakes Tue 19-Apr-16 17:18:44

Or try Sal, Cape Verde, flying with Thomson/First Choice. Rooms are next door to each other with an outer door which is lockable too. Worked really well for us. AI, 5 hour flight and it's exactly like the Caribbean but for less.Totally safe but quite undeveloped.

BustingOut Tue 19-Apr-16 17:19:20

Agree with on the beach we booked a 2 bed apartment in Minorca with them 2 years ago 4 kids were then aged 6 - 15. Have another baby since not brave enough to go anywhere this summer!

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