The sun might have his hat on at the moment, but who knows if he’ll be in the mood to play next summer? If you don’t fancy leaving things to chance, pick up one of our new holiday brochures or check out our website today and start plotting your next escape. Here’s what’s in store for 2014…
1) New Greek Destinations
We’re going gaga for Greece at the moment. Two new destinations – the mainland’s Olympia Coast (bottom image) and the island of Mykonos (top image) – have joined the Thomson family for summer 2014. The former is one for sports fans (it’s the birthplace of the Olympics, don’tcha know), while the latter is on the money for glitz and glamour.
2) New Thomson Family Resort
It takes a special type of hotel to meet the Thomson Family Resorts criteria, and the Atlantica Paphian Sun in Cyprus ticks all the boxes. It’s right by the beach, it boasts 22 acres of grounds, and three quarters of its rooms sleep 4 or 5 people. Oh, and just wait ‘til you clock its swim-up suites…
3) New Thomson Couples Hotels
We’re always on the lookout for romantic hideaways to add to the adults-only Thomson Couples collection, and we’ve found 2 gems for summer 2014. There’s the Atlantica Sea Breeze in Cyprus, which will be a picture of luxury after a big makeover, and the Medina Gardens in Marrakech, which shares postcodes with Jemaa el-Fna square.
4) Free Wi-Fi
Posting smug Facebook statuses and Instagram-ing the view from your balcony just got easier. We’re rolling out free Wi-Fi across loads of our hotels for summer 2014, so you can log on whenever you fancy. And – shameless plug alert – it means you’ve got no excuse not to download the MyThomson App…
5) Sensatori iPad Magazine
We’re so excited about this one, we’ve given it its own blog post. It’s our first venture into the world of digital magazines, and the finished product is packed full of exclusive information about our sleek Sensatori hotels. You can download the mag for free from the Apple App Store today.
Check out all our holidays and latest deals on our Thomson website.
Where have you got your sights on for summer 2014?