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Which TUI family holiday would you choose? - £200 voucher to be won

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geemumsnet · 25/01/2024 10:07

With TUI the possibilities are endless; from all-inclusive beach holidays to magical Disneyland experiences and fun-filled cruises! We’d love to hear which TUI holiday would be perfect for your family. Whilst you’re having a browse, be sure to check out TUI's £300 off selected Greece or Turkey holidays deal including an extra £50 off when you use code EXTRA50. T&Cs apply.

  • Find your favourite TUI holiday deals here and share your top picks in the thread below to be entered into a prize draw.
  • One lucky MNer will win a £200 voucher towards their next TUI holiday

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What’s your favourite TUI family holiday destination?

51 votes. Final results.

The Balearics
littlecottonbud · 12/02/2024 11:00

TUI BLUE Sensatori Akra Sorgun IN SIDE, ANTALYA AREA, TURKEY -looks heavenly, - everything we want from a holiday

  • Hotel facilities
  • Highlights6 x Bars
  • 1 x Kids pools
  • 4 x Pools
  • 6 x Restaurants
  • The Restaurant
  • 3 outdoor pools
Alltheusernamesaretakennow · 12/02/2024 14:18

Adult break for 2, when it's cold weather in the UK, a TUI Blue hotel:

Beautiful hotel with lovely food and plenty to explore on the island, yoga and pilates classes are included, and lovely spa/pool/rooftop terrace

Boofips · 15/02/2024 23:31

This would be perfect for me and my girls. Having a large age gap there would be plenty to entertain both the youngest at 9 years old and the eldest at 17. Recently separated from my husband so staying at an all inclusive resort would make me feel much more comfortable taking the girls abroad on my own.. no money worries and plenty of food options for 2 fussy eaters!|2|0|1|0|9&rmtp=DD05&rmbb=AI&fc=n&greatDealDiscount=22&bb=AI&price=pp


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