Getting away with the family to spend some quality time on holiday together is a highlight of the year and a time to be cherished. On such special occasions, we know how important it is to find the destination that’s exactly right for you, so the whole family enjoys the experience in equal measure. Our expert Travel Advisors will plan your trip to include stays at gorgeous hidden gems, where there is something magical for everyone


Step onto Antigua and play Robinson Crusoe, with 365 sweeping beaches – one for every day of the year. Soft white sands couple up with cerulean skies, West Indian flavour meets British colonial charm, the clear Caribbean waters are perfect for swimming and steady trade winds offer calm sailing across to sister island Barbuda’s pink coral sands. What’s more, you can choose between some truly breathtaking hotels, including all-inclusive resorts, cosy boutique retreats and chic hideaways. Panoramic clifftop views, luxurious spas, sparkling pools, laid back beach dining and romantic sun-drenched terraces only add to the paradisiacal vibe.


Holidays are the perfect way to really reward yourself for your hard work, to indulge in the blissful pleasures that travel brings and make your trip a once in a lifetime experience. We have hand-picked a selection of ultra-luxury holidays where you can really spoil yourself with something extra special. 


For sheer extravagance, rent the Rockstar Villa at Eden Rock, which has got to be one of the most indulgent villas out there! With four ultra luxurious king bed suites and two trendy cabins for teenagers, a private swimming pool, fully equipped gym, state-of-the-art music recording studio and screening room, and a choice of cars from the Rockstar garage, this is a fabulous option for that special occasion holiday.


This romantic cluster of some 60 islands and cays attracts a high number of repeat visitors, and with exclusivity and luxury as standard, it’s easy to see why people come back time after time. Luxurious resorts, spellbinding spas, pristine white sands and ultramarine waters only confirm the allure. 


Oman is a mixture of age-old traditions and contemporary resorts, a wave of ochre coloured sand dunes and deserted beaches, and an intoxicating blend of antique culture and luxurious service. 


Abu Dhabi boasts over 200 natural islands, including the stunning unspoiled sands and turquoise waters of Saadiyat Island, given the seal of approval by the hawksbill turtles that nest here every year and the dolphins that play in the crystal clear waters offshore. Yas Island is increasingly becoming Abu Dhabi’s entertainment centre, with Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, Yas Waterworld and the Yas Marina Circuit, host of the annual Abu Dhabi Grand Prix


A former haven of pirates, smugglers and rum-runners, the Bahamas is a popular holiday destinations in the Caribbean. Enjoy long days below the surface as tropical fish swim by, kick back on powder-soft sands or go island-hopping to explore your surroundings. 


The opulent emirate of Dubai is a place where the Persian Gulf meets the Arabian Desert, where glamour meets glitz, and where unspoiled beaches and indigo seas meet designer shops and intoxicating nightlife. The perfect place for a hedonistic holiday, it’s also a seductive destination where you can swim with dolphins, camp in the desert and dine at world-class
restaurants under the sea or high up in the sky.


Imagine a place where you can discover ancient civilisations hidden in tropical forests, where old traditions are celebrated with vibrant street parties, enchanting colonial architecture adorns verdant landscapes and rich culture oozes from colourful cities. Mexico is an entire world of its own, with character that couldn’t be imitated


Greece is such a familiar destination for the British (so many of us have memories of childhood summer holidays spent there) that it sometimes gets overlooked in the rush for more far-flung destinations.


The volcanic island of Mauritius, anchored off the south east coast of Africa amidst the cerulean waters of the Indian Ocean, packs a big punch when it comes to spectacular beaches, luxurious hotels and underwater adventure. 


Sprinkled across the Indian Ocean like precious gemstones, the 1,200 or so islands that make up the 26 coral atolls of the Maldives are a blaze of pure white sands, Tiffany-blue waters and decadent resorts. As your seaplane touches down, or you arrive by speedboat, it’s quite clear that this is going to be a special holiday. 


On sleepy Nevis, while away days in a beach cabana enjoying hot spicy shrimp straight from the barbecue, washed down with coconut water or a rum punch. 


Impossibly picturesque, her jagged, jungle-clad peaks rising from the sea like dragon’s teeth, stunning Saint Lucia is rightly feted as the Caribbean’s most romantic island. 


Known as the Island of Eternal Spring, Tenerife enjoys year-round balmy temperatures with even the winter months often offering sunshine and up to 20 degrees. Being also only a direct four-hour flight from the UK makes it the perfect destination for a healthy dose of vitamin D during those cooler times of year. 


“From the crystal clear waters of Saona Island to the unspoilt sugary sands of Punta Cana, the islanders promise that the Dominican Republic has it all, and we can’t help but agree.”


We work with some of the best hotels in the world, a number of which are real favourites for their incredible gastronomy. Trying out amazing cooking classes whilst on holiday, with creative chefs introducing you to new local ingredients and learning about the flavours of authentic regional cuisine, is a highlight of travelling to far off lands