There are many choices to be made when it comes to planning a holiday, from the kind of weather you want to enjoy, which activities to do and how far you want to travel. However, one of the most basic options involves deciding what type of accommodation you want to stay in.
There are several different types and most have a range of budget options, so it doesn’t really have to come down to how much you can afford to spend.
So what types of holiday accommodation are available and how do you choose the option that is most suitable for you?
Renting an apartment can give a very flexible approach to a holiday. You can stay in apartments in beach side locations just as much as you can in city areas. Either way, you have the advantage of working to your own timetable. Obviously, an apartment will be a ‘self catering’ style break, as you have the choice of either making your own meals or eating out wherever you choose. Apartments can range from quite basic and cost-effective solutions right up to high-level, top quality five star serviced units.
Villa holidays are available to most popular European destinations and they also come in a range of price points that can suit all budgets. Renting a villa can be a great way of enjoying a holiday with a larger family or extended group of friends, as it gives privacy and the ability to organize your own environment.
The Co-operative holiday villas offer a full range of choices and as many bedrooms as you need in some of the most popular resorts. High quality furnishings, a private pool and terrace areas come as standard in most cases. The Costa del Sol, Portugal, Ibiza and Cyprus are all great options.
Of course, some of us are looking for pure relaxation on our getaways and choosing to stay in a hotel can be the way to help achieve our aims. Knowing that your rooms are cleaned and serviced while you are out at the beach, and that everything you need for food and drink is all within easy reach, ensures you are able to kick back and enjoy yourself. Sometimes all-inclusive deals can be the perfect way to get the most out of your budget without having to worry about covering expensive extras once you get to your destination.
This guest post was brought to you in partnership with The Co-operative Travel.
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