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Help me find an all inclusive holiday for 6 in Spain

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MrsS01 · 18/10/2011 20:55

We're looking for a kind of apartment hotel which is big enough for 2 adults and 4 kids (age 4 - 12) where we can go all inclusive so they can eat when they want. Also it could do with having kids entertainment to keep them (and us) happy!

I can only find self catering apartments or all inclusive hotels where the rooms aren't big enough for 6.

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hayleysd · 19/10/2011 17:05

First choice holiday village is supposed to be fab, the turkey one was great and they're all similar, it's near malaga.

mumtofourkids · 21/10/2011 08:19

Try the hotel presidente in ibiza. They have connecting rooms, we took 4 dc there this summer and had a brilliant time

MrsS01 · 21/10/2011 10:48

thanks mum - interconnecting rooms would be great. Does it do all inclusive? Failing that a 2 bedroom apartment sleeping 6 on a complex where you can pay for all inclusive. Its a nightmare trying to find something!

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mumtofourkids · 21/10/2011 11:00

They do offer all inclusive although we only stayed half board. Great kids clubs too. Agree it's a nightmare once you have 4 dc.

herbietea · 21/10/2011 11:02

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MrsS01 · 21/10/2011 11:16

can you get apartments for 6 with firstchoice?

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MrsS01 · 23/10/2011 21:30

anyone else got any ideas?

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MrsS01 · 23/10/2011 21:59

or is it easier to do self catering?

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mumtofourkids · 25/10/2011 18:18

We have done both. The problem we have found with self catering apartments is they are normally two bedrooms so two of you end up sleeping on uncomfortable sofas in the lounge. If you stay in a hotel you all get proper beds and we have always found it works out cheaper to do this than self catering.

popcal · 30/10/2011 06:25

We have booked AI hotel with interconnecting rooms for 2 adults and 4 children to Ibiza next August. I booked with first choice but I think the interconnecting rooms seem to get booked up quickly.

josephinebonaparte · 30/10/2011 06:55

Protur bonaire in cala bona in Majorca.

MrsS01 · 31/10/2011 21:03

Popcal - where have you booked? I want to spend no more than £2,000 for all inclusive for a week - am I being very hopeful!

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popcal · 01/11/2011 13:53

Hi I've booked Hotel Tanit Cala Gracio-but it was over £3000 for a week in August and that was with 2 free child places!!! There was also a hotel in Es Cana that had interconnecting rooms but we went for the one with better kids clubs as my children will be 10,8,6 and 2. Never done this before but in need of some sun after a rainy holiday in France this year!!

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