Hemel Hempstead, Herts (PRWEB) September 23, 2009
Warner Leisure Hotels has revealed details of its upcoming festive breaks - for Christmas, New Year and in between - for the 2009 season.
The announced four and five night Christmas breaks (http://www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/short-breaks/christmas-break.aspx ) and the three and four night New Year breaks (http://www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/short-breaks/new-year-break.aspx ) are all full board and feature a feast of optional daytime activities, relaxing leisure facilities, traditional Christmas dinner or a Gala New Year Eve's dinner, and the unique blend of Warner entertainment. A variety of live performances are planned across the various Warner Leisure Hotels.
As well as the usual en-suite accommodation and range of activities, Warner Leisure Hotels is providing a range of seasonal treats, such as a visit from Santa, a special Christmas dinner and a New Year's Eve party with a fireworks display to see in 2010.
Frances Pardell, PR manager for Warner Leisure Hotels, said: "Last year's festive period was a huge success. We totally sold out in the South West 'triangle' Holme Lacy, Littlecote and Cricket St Thomas, and experimented with setting up a Warner's holiday experience in another hotel in the Four Pillars Costwold Hotel. This year we've listened to our guests, as we always do, and offered them more 'product' so they are getting more things in their breaks."
Subject to availability, these three, four or five day breaks can be booked up until the last minute.
In addition to the usual festive dates, Warner Leisure Hotels is also providing a range of special 'Twixmas' breaks for those looking for a break between Christmas and New Year.
About Warner Leisure Hotels:
Exclusively for adults, Warner Leisure Hotels enjoys an occupancy rate of 95% in its portfolio of 13 properties across the UK. Warner Leisure Hotels offers a wide choice and style of accommodation, each with its own personality. Renowned for its weekend breaks (http://www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/ ) and spa breaks, the hotel chain is also known for its wide range of experiences, offering more than 600 additional activities from hot air balloon trips and antiques with TV's Eric Knowles to a Mini Cooper Treasure Hunt and numerous dance breaks.
The group currently receives around half a million guests annually but is expecting even more this year as many people are choosing UK breaks (http://www.warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/short-breaks/uk-break.aspx ) and rediscovering beautiful Britain.
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Warner Leisure Hotels
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