New luxury family holiday brochure from Carrier

 

Luxury tour operator Carrier has launched a new luxury family holiday brochure for the 2012 season and, what’s more, any family booking with them before the end of this month will enjoy the benefit of at least one of their children staying for free. Luxury Family Escapes 2012 includes a hand-picked selection of some of the finest hotels suited to families from destinations áthroughout Europe,áNorth Africa, the Caribbean, Mexico, Florida, the Indian Ocean, Arabia,áthe Far East and South Africa. áThese aren’t just standard family friendly hotels, but hotels with creative kids’ clubs, children-only spas and a host of unique experiences geared towards the younger generation. For precise details of the savings, go directly to www.carrier.co.uk/savings/family

Those families with tiny ones in tow can also make life a whole lot easier thanks to Carrier’s partnership with The Little Concierge Company (complete with a 15% discount), a premium service catering for the needs of babies and toddlers by delivering essential items such as nappies, milk, food and toiletries directly to the holidaymakers’ destination.

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